Texas’ two U.S. Senators were among Republicans who voted “no” on a deal to end the government shutdown and avoid default. The Senate voted 81-18 Wednesday night on a bipartisan bill that reopens the government until Jan. 15 and raises the debt ceiling through Feb. 7.

As expected, Sens. John Cornyn and Ted Cruz were among lawmakers who opposed the agreement. Speaking on the Senate floor prior to the vote, Sen. Cruz said, “This is a terrible deal today, but it’s a terrible deal for the American people. But at the same time, if the American people continue to rise up, we’re going to turn this around.”

The House is expected to approve the legislation later this evening and President Obama has said he will sign it immediately. The deal will end the 16-day government shutdown.