A $1.2 trillion spending bill that will keep the U.S. Government open through September easily passed the House on Wednesday by a final count of 309-118. The bill will now head to the U.S. Senate where it is expected to pass then onto President Trump's desk where he and the White House have already indicated that he would sign the legislation.

Congressman Jodey Arrington was one of 103 Republicans that opposed the spending bill. In a press release, Arrington said he opposed the bill because it lacked the values of his constituents.

"Unfortunately, this spending bill does not do enough to prioritize our conservative, West Texas values; therefore, I cannot in good conscience vote for it.”

Conservative lawmakers were upset with how the spending bill had been negotiated. The spending bill did not include money for a border wall and it continued to fund Planned Parenthood and other areas of the government that conservatives have long seen as wasteful.

15 Texas lawmakers in the House voted against the spending bill. Those who voted against the bill are as follows:

Jodey Arrington

Louie Gohmert

Ted Poe

Sam Johnson

John Ratcliffe

Randy Weber

Joe Barton

Joaquin Castro (D)

Lamar Smith

Pete Olson

Kenny Marchant

Roger Williams

Blake Farenthold

Filemon Vela (D)

Brian Babin

President Trump has signaled that a government shutdown could happen in September if more of his priorities are not funded.

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