Fourteen Senate Republicans voted to approve the Senate's immigration bill on Thursday.
The same 14 members have generally backed the bill in a series of votes this week.
They include Sens. John McCainJohn McCainFree speech is a right, not a political weapon The trouble with Rex Tillerson Senate: Act now to save Ukraine MORE (Ariz.), Lindsey GrahamLindsey GrahamThe trouble with Rex Tillerson A Cabinet position for Petraeus; disciplinary actions for Broadwell after affair Pentagon should have a civilian chief to give peace a chance MORE (S.C.), Marco RubioMarco RubioSenate GOP to Obama: Stop issuing new rules Juan Williams: McConnell won big by blocking Obama The ignored question: What does the future Republican Party look like? MORE (Fla.) and Jeff FlakeJeff FlakeCures bill clears first Senate hurdle Senate GOP to Obama: Stop issuing new rules Senators crafting bill to limit deportations under Trump MORE (Ariz.), the four GOP authors of the legislation who worked with four Democrats to bring it to the floor.
Sens. Bob CorkerBob CorkerSenate: Act now to save Ukraine ExxonMobil CEO, retired admiral will meet with Trump about State: report Conway: Trump expanding secretary of State field MORE (Tenn.) and John HoevenJohn HoevenSenate GOP to Obama: Stop issuing new rules Feds deny permit for Dakota Access pipeline Dem senator to meet with Trump MORE (N.D.) were two more GOP "yes" votes. They authored a border security amendment that was added to the bill this week. The amendment was intended to bring in more GOP support, and likely won over Sen. Lamar AlexanderLamar AlexanderMedicare looms over Trump-Ryan alliance This week: Government funding deadline looms Key Republicans ask Trump to keep on NIH director MORE (Tenn.), who voted "yes" on final passage.
The other GOP "yes" votes were Sen. Orrin HatchOrrin HatchSenate GOP: National museum should include Clarence Thomas Mnuchin's former bank comes under scrutiny Trump’s economic team taking shape MORE (Utah), who backed the bill in committee, and Sens. Dean HellerDean HellerGovernments and businesses: Teaming up for taxpayers GOP senator won't rule out 2018 run for Nevada governor A holiday surprise: Will Congress protect privacy? MORE (Nev.), Mark KirkMark KirkJuan Williams: McConnell won big by blocking Obama Battle for the Senate: Top of ticket dominates The untold stories of the 2016 battle for the Senate MORE (Ill.), Lisa MurkowskiLisa MurkowskiPassing US-Canada preclearance would improve security and economy Overnight Energy: Dakota pipeline standoff heats up Trump's wrong to pick Bannon or Sessions for anything MORE (Alaska) and Jeffrey Chiesa (N.J.), who was appointed to the Senate earlier this month.