PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — When Democrats in the House of Representatives voted to pass a $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill, most of Oregon’s Democrats in the congressional delegation voted with the party line — except for Kurt Schrader.

Schrader, who represents the state’s 5th District, was one of two Democrats who voted against the bill, called the American Rescue Plan.

The bill would provide $1,400 stimulus checks, extend emergency unemployment benefits through August, increase child tax credits and provide billions for struggling state and local governments, in addition to businesses impacted by the ongoing pandemic, according to the Associated Press.

KOIN 6 News has reached out to Schrader’s office for comment.

Democrat Rep. Earl Blumenauer meanwhile touted his restaurant relief proposal that was part of the bill. The proposal would provide $25 billion in grants to local restaurants and their workers. Blumenauer represents Oregon’s 3rd District, which includes most of Multnomah County.

“Passage of my restaurant relief proposal could very well be the difference between survival for some of our most cherished local restaurants and losing them forever,” he said in an statement Saturday.

Rep. Peter DeFazio, who represents Oregon’s 4th District, said in a statement he was proud to have voted in favor for the bill, called the American Rescue Plan.

“Thousands of Oregonians’ lives have been devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic and economic downturn,” he said, adding the bill will also help states and local governments increase vaccines and testing, give relief to Oregon families and support struggling small businesses.

Republican Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, who represents Washington’s 3rd District voted against the bill, calling it a “bloated wish list.”