The House has voted to censure Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-N.Y.) for pulling a fire alarm in a Capitol office building.
On Thursday, lawmakers voted 214 to 191 to approve the censure resolution.
Three Democrats joined Republicans in voting for the measure.
Meanwhile, five lawmakers voted present.
Bowman pleaded guilty in October to a misdemeanor charge after he pulled a fire alarm in an office building near the Capitol.
He was required to pay a $1,000 fine and write an apology to the Capitol Police.
The New York congressman initially said he did not know he was pulling a fire alarm and claimed he thought it would unlock a door so he could exit the building.
However, footage released late last month showed him removing warning signs before pulling the fire alarm.
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? NEW FOOTAGE: Democrat Rep. Jamaal Bowman removes warning signs before pulling the fire alarm in a House office building last month pic.twitter.com/dhwOQN2G6y— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) October 26, 2023
After his guilty plea, he stated, “What I did was against D.C. law.”