22 GOP 'no' votes on Boehner debt plan

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 Andrew BoehnerDemocrats eager to fill power vacuum after Pelosi exit Stopping the next insurrection Biden, lawmakers mourn Harry Reid 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.

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The dissenting Republicans were:

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