The eight Republicans who voted for the House gun restrictions bill

The eight Republicans who voted for the House gun restrictions bill
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[Ed. – Kinzinger is the best known, but I think most folks will know the usual suspects when they see them.  One Democrat voted no on the bill.]

Eight House GOP lawmakers bucked party lines and joined Democrats in supporting legislation aimed at strengthening background checks on firearm sales and transfers on Thursday.

The Bipartisan Background Checks Act — spearheaded by Rep. Mike Thompson (D-Calif.) — ultimately passed in a 227-203 vote, with one Democratic lawmaker, Rep. Jared Golden (Maine), opting to vote against it.

The bill would put new background check requirements in place for gun transfers between private parties.

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Rep. Vern Buchanan (Fla.)

Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (Pa.)

Rep. Andrew Garbarino (N.Y.)

Rep. Carlos Gimenez (Fla.)

Rep. Adam Kinzinger (Ill.)

Rep. Maria Salazar (Fla.)

Rep. Chris Smith (N.J.)

Rep. Fred Upton (Mich.)

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