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How each House member voted on the bill targeting TikTok

The
House

passed
a
bipartisan
bill
on
Wednesday

that
could
force
TikTok
to
cut
ties
with
its
parent
company
or
face
a
nationwide
ban,
the
latest
threat
to
the
popular
social
media
app
in
the
United
States.
Concerns
about
data
security
and
the
app’s
Chinese
connections
are
fueling
the
bill’s
momentum
in
Congress.

This
legislation
would
not
directly
ban
the
app,
but
it
would
force
the
platform
to
sever
ties
with
its
Beijing-based
parent,
ByteDance,
or
face
a
prohibition
of
its
sale
from
U.S.
app
stores.
The
bill
sailed
to
passage,
352
to
65,
clearing
the
necessary
two-thirds
approval.

Vote
results

The
legislation

faces
an
uncertain
path
in
the
Senate
,
where
Sen.
Rand
Paul
(R-Ky.)

blocked
a
similar

effort
last
year.
President
Biden

has
pledged
to
sign
the
bill

if
Congress
approves
it.

Here’s
how
your
representative
voted
on
the
legislation.


There
are
three
vacancies
in
the
U.S.
House
as
of
Wednesday.



Read
full
bill
text
for
H.R.7521
.
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tallies
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the



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clerk
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