Here are the 21 House Republicans who voted no on McCarthy's stopgap funding bill to avert government shutdown
The House of Representatives failed to pass a stopgap funding bill which could have averted a government shutdown, with 21 Republican members of Congress voting against the bill.
While a procedural vote to advance the bill passed, final passage failed by a 198-232 vote, with 21 Republicans voting against the bill.
Funding for the government expires at midnight on Sunday, and without a deal agreed to by the House and Senate, all federal functions considered "nonessential" will temporarily be placed on hold.
The bill voted down by lawmakers, the "Continuing Appropriations...