The final version of the GOP’s tax reform bill passed in the House of Representatives on Tuesday, sending it on to the Senate, where it’s also expected to pass.
Although it passed along party lines and is considered token legislation for the Republican Party, it wasn’t a unanimous “yes” vote for House Republicans.
These are the Republicans who voted against the tax bill:
- Rep. Dan Donovan, New York
- Rep. John Faso, New York
- Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen, New Jersey
- Rep. Darrell Issa, California
- Rep. Walter Jones, North Carolina
- Rep. Peter King, New York
- Rep. Leonard Lance, New Jersey
- Rep. Frank LoBiondo, New Jersey
- Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, California
- Rep. Christopher Smith, New Jersey
- Rep. Elise Stefanik, New York
- Rep. Lee Zeldin, New York
The Senate is expected to vote on the legislation Tuesday evening.
Tax bill passed the House 227 to 203. Issa and Rohrabacher only California GOP no votes
— Sarah D. Wire (@sarahdwire) December 19, 2017