(CNN) The House on Friday voted 228-206 to pass a $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill after hours of delays and debating among Democrats, sending the bipartisan measure to President Joe Biden's desk for his signature.
But while Democratic leaders managed to unify House progressives and moderates to hold a vote on the Senate-passed bill, not all members of the party ultimately supported it.
A number of progressives -- who have consistently called for both the infrastructure and the separate economic package, known as the Build Back Better Act, to move together -- voted "no" on the legislation.
Here are the six House Democrats who broke from their party to vote against the bill:
Thirteen Republicans in the House voted with Democrats to approve the bill. They are: