These members are leaving the House. So how did they vote on the spending bill?
After averting a government shutdown by narrowly passing a spending bill at the 11th hour Thursday, the House is headed home for the holidays. For its many departing members, the nail-biter marked their last big vote in the chamber.
The most notable finding: 75 percent of retiring members voted yes.
So where did each of the soon-to-be ex-members come down on the more than $1 trillion measure? With some help from Roll Call's handy Casualty List, we divided them into three groups:
1. Senate-bound members ...