House Republicans on Friday narrowly approved legislation authorizing a limited increase in the $14.3 trillion debt limit in exchange for more than $900 billion in spending cuts.
The 218-210 vote occurred nearly a full day after it was originally scheduled as Speaker John BoehnerJohn BoehnerHouse markup of ObamaCare repeal bill up in the air Conservatives to Congress: Get moving Boehner: ObamaCare repeal and replace 'not going to happen' MORE (R-Ohio) agreed to revise the legislation to win enough conservative support to carry the House.
Twenty-two Republicans voted against the bill, which got no Democratic votes.
The dissenting Republicans were:
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