Idaho's Republican U.S. senators both voted against a bipartisan budget deal that now goes to President Obama for his signature.
Sens. Mike Crapo and James Risch on Tuesday opposed the plan that passed 67-33.
Like Crapo and Risch, all those against the measure were from the Senate's minority GOP side.
The deal marked a modest congressional accomplishment at the end of a year punctuated by a partial government shutdown, a near-default by the U.S. Treasury and congressional gridlock on issues ranging from immigration to gun control.