Factions of the House Republican Conference brokered a stopgap funding measure Sunday evening to fund the government beyond Sept. 30.
The draft continuing resolution was composed by members from the House Freedom Caucus and the Main Street Caucus and is set for floor consideration this week.
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A handful of Republican hardliners have already said they’ll oppose the bill, a hit to House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R‑CA), who can spare no more than four votes.
Currently, there are at least 10 House Republicans who’ve pledged to vote no so far:
Rep. Matt Gaetz (R‑FL)
Rep. Dan Bishop (R‑NC)
Rep. Cory Mills (R‑FL)
Rep. Matt Rosendale (R‑MT)
Rep. Tim Burchett (R‑TN)
Rep. Victoria Spartz (R‑IN)
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R‑GA)
Rep. Eli Crane (R‑AZ)
Rep. Chip Roy (R‑TX)
Rep. Anna Paulina Luna (R‑FL)
Many critics are citing funding for the war in Ukraine as a reason for their opposition. However, upon the late evening release of the 165-page bill, there was no mention of addi …