In opposing the budget, Stonier said the permanent taxes would come at a time when people are still struggling.
“We need to look at scaling things in,” Stonier said, “so we can keep our promises to taxpayers.”
The House budget plan would increase government spending by 10 percent.
The vote took place after the Senate passed its own plan, which called for increasing government spending by 7 percent.
The two chambers will have until April 28 to hash out their differences or risk going into special session.