(CNN)Thirty-five House Republican broke ranks Wednesday evening to support legislation that would establish an independent commission to investigate the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol.

The bill now moves to the Senate where it faces an uncertain fate as GOP resistance is growing.The GOP defections in the House showcased a significant break with Republican leadership in the chamber and former President Donald Trump, who had urged members to vote against the legislation.Here are the House Republicans who broke with their party:Liz Cheney of WyomingRead MoreTom Rice of South CarolinaDan Newhouse of Washington Anthony Gonzalez of OhioAdam Kinzinger of IllinoisFred Upton of MichiganJaime Herrera Beutler of WashingtonPeter Meijer of MichiganJohn Katko of New YorkDavid Valadao of California Tom Reed of New YorkDon Bacon of NebraskaJohn Curtis of UtahBrian Fitzpatrick of PennsylvaniaAndrew Garbarino of New YorkTony Gonzales of TexasDusty Johnson of South DakotaDavid Joyce of OhioChris Smith of New JerseyVan Taylor of TexasChris Jacobs of New YorkDavid McKinley of West VirginiaJeff Fortenberry of NebraskaMaria Elvira Salazar of FloridaMariannette Miller-Meeks of IowaSteve Womack of ArkansasStephanie Bice of OklahomaFrench Hill of ArkansasMike Simpson of IdahoRodney Davis of IllinoisBlake Moore of UtahMichael Guest of Mississippi Trey Hollingsworth of Indiana Carlos Gimenez of FloridaCliff Bentz of Oregon

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