While the House approved a $1.3 trillion budget to fund the government through fiscal year 2018, nearly 100 Republicans voted against it.

The budget was approved by a vote of 256 – 167, but the majority of dissenting votes, 90, came from Republicans, according to the Daily Caller.

Ninety Republican members of the House voted against the bill, compared to 77 dissenting Democrat votes. In total, 145 Republicans and 111 Democrats voted in favor of a bill.

The 90 Republicans are:

Rep. Ralph Abraham
Rep. Rick W. Allen
Rep. Justin Amash
Rep. Brian Babin
Rep. Joe Barton
Rep. Jack Bergman
Rep. Andy Biggs
Rep. Rob Bishop
Rep. Diane Black
Rep. Marsha Blackburn
Rep. Rod Blum
Rep. Dave Brat
Rep. Mo Brooks
Rep. Ken Buck
Rep. Ted Budd
Rep. Mike Coffman
Rep. James Comer
Rep. Carlos Curbelo
Rep. John Curtis
Rep. Warren Davidson
Rep. Jeff Denham
Rep. Ron DeSantis
Rep. Scott DesJarlais
Rep. Jeff Duncan
Rep. John Duncan
Rep. Tom Emmer
Rep. Blake Farenthold
Rep. Matthew Gaetz
Rep. Tom Garret
Rep. Greg Gianforte
Rep. Louie Gohmert
Rep. Paul Gosar
Rep. Garret Graves
Rep. Morgan Griffith
Rep. Glen Grothman
Rep. Andy Harris
Rep. Jody B. Hice
Rep. Clay Higgins
Rep. George Holding
Rep. Trey Hollingsworth
Rep. Mike Johnson
Rep.  Jim Jordan
Rep. Trent Kelly
Rep. Mike Kelly
Rep. Steve King
Rep. Congressman Raúl Labrador
Rep. Darin LaHood
Rep. Doug LaMalfa
Rep. Bob Latta
Rep. Billy Long
Rep. Barry Loudermilk
Rep. Mia Love
Rep. Thomas Massie
Rep. Brian Mast
Rep. Tom McClintock
Rep. Mark Meadows
Rep. Alex Mooney
Rep. Markwayne Mullin
Rep. Dan Newhouse
Rep. Kristi Noem
Rep. Ralph Norman
Rep. Gary Palmer
Rep. Steve Pearce
Rep. Scott Perry
Rep. Ted Poe
Rep. Bill Posey
Rep. John Ratcliffe
Rep. Tom Reed
Rep. Jim Renacci
Rep. Tom Rice
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher
Rep. Todd Rokita
Rep.Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
Rep. Keith Rothfus
Rep. David Rouzer
Rep. Steve Russell
Rep. Mark Sanford
Rep. David S. Schweikert
Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner
Rep. Jason Smith
Rep. Lloyd Smucker
Rep. Chris Stewart
Rep. Mark Walker
Rep. Randy Weber
Rep. Daniel Webster
Rep. Bruce Websterman
Rep. Roger Williams
Rep. Ted Yoho
Rep. Lee Zeldin

The Daily Caller reports that while House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) tout the bill as allowing an $80 billion increase for defense investment, there isn’t much in it to advance conservative or Trump administration priorities.

The bill provides $1.5 billion for physical barriers, technology advancements and more agents for the southern border, but doesn’t provide funding for any new wall prototypes. The bill also limits how many Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents can be hired, continues funding for sanctuary cities and Planned Parenthood.

A temporary funding measure expires on Friday at midnight, meaning the government would shut down at 12:01 a.m. Saturday.

McConnell set up a 1 a.m. Saturday vote for the spending bill.