Twelve Republicans on Wednesday broke with the party and voted against the $1.5 trillion tax reform bill.
Most are moderates or lawmakers from high-tax states, like New York, New Jersey and California, where residents could see their taxes go up because of a cap on the state and local tax deductions.
- New York Rep. John Faso
- North Carolina Rep. Walter Jones
- New York Rep. Pete King
- New York Rep. Lee Zeldin
- New Jersey Rep. Chris Smith
- New York Rep. Elise Stefanik
- New Jersey Rep. Leonard Lance
- New Jersey Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen
- California Rep. Darrell Issa
- California Rep. Dana Rohrabacher
- New York Rep. Dan Donovan
- New Jersey Rep. Frank LoBiondo
The House gave the final stamp of approval Wednesday to the tax reform package, handing President Trump his first major legislative victory and most Americans a tax cut starting next year.
In a 224-201 vote, Congress sent the $1.5 trillion package to Trump’s desk.
On Tuesday, the House approved the tax overhaul on a 227-203 vote, though lawmakers had to vote again Wednesday because of provisions in the House bill that did not align with the Senate’s special budgetary rules.
No Republican senators voted against the bill.
Fox News’ Chad Pergram and Judson Berger contributed to this report.