House Roll Call: 9/11 bill
The 348-77 roll call Wednesday by which the House voted to override President Barack Obama's veto of a bill to allow the families of Sept. 11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia.
A "yes" vote is a vote to override the veto.
Voting yes were 123 Democrats and 225 Republicans.
Voting no were 59 Democrats and 18 Republicans.
X denotes those not voting.
Present denotes those who voted they were "present" at the time of the vote but did not vote yes or no on the issue.
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