On Tuesday, all present House Republicans voted against a bill that would all for a two-month debt limit hike to prevent a default on U.S. debt.
Unfortunately, the bill passed anyway with a party-line vote was 219-206 in the House.
Six Republicans and one Democrat did not vote.
Despite their failure, conservative representatives took a hard line against hiking the limit have been applauded by their voters, who believe the hike will only motivate increased spending in the future.
The bill now heads to President Biden’s desk to be signed.
The House and Senate will face a new debt-ceiling showdown now, in December.