The House of Representatives Tuesday voted in favor of a measure to block President Trump’s emergency declaration to use military money to build a border wall along the southern border. The measure passed 245 to 182 with 13 Republicans joining Democrats in the effort. South Dakota representative Dusty Johnson was one of those 13 Republicans. By law, the Senate now has 18 days to vote on the same measure and it is looking more likely that it is going to pass. North Carolina Republican senator Tom Tillis came out Tuesday and said he would vote to block the declaration. He is the third Republican in the Senate to do so with many more on the fence about what to do.