The GOP-led House approved a Senate bill averting automatic tax hikes and deep, across-the-board spending cuts.
The legislation extends Bush-era tax cuts for households earning less than 450-thousand dollars a year.
Bucshon opposed the plan saying the spending cuts were nowhere near an offset of the tax increases.
He also says the bill continues to support over-spending of tax dollars.
Also voting against the bill were republicans Mike Pence, Todd Rokita, Marlin Stutzman, and Todd Young.
Democrats Joe Donnelly and Andre Carson were the lone House members from Indiana to say yes to the deal.
Democrat Pete Visclosky also voted against the bill.