(Washington, DC) -- Twenty-two House Republicans are now in favor of a "clean" spending bill that would put an end to a partial government shutdown.
Colorado Representative Mike Coffman added his name to the list in an op-ed in the "Denver Post." Coffman said "the debate over attaching Obamacare to a spending bill must end" and added he'll press the need "to pass a clean spending bill to immediately reopen the government."
GOP House Speaker John Boehner has repeatedly said he doesn't have the votes to pass a "clean" spending bill, something that Democrats in the Senate vehemently dispute. to a shocking win over the Falcons. He became the second rookie ever to win a road game on Monday Night Football.