The House passed a resolution Wednesday in support of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the law enforcement agency that some Democrats now want to abolish.
The measure praised ICE’s work countering the narcotics trade and combatting human trafficking, Fox News reported. It further argued that without ICE, more Americans would suffer from drug abuse.
In total, 133 Democrats voted present, 43 voted no on the resolution, and 18 voted yes.
Half of the Democrats in the House that hail from districts won by Donald Trump in 2016 voted in support of the resolution.
One noteworthy no vote came from Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D.), who is the Democratic nominee in the Texas Senate election this year.