TikTok Ban Signed

AP News
Senate passes bill forcing TikTok's parent company to sell or face ban, sends to Biden for signature
The Senate has passed legislation that would force TikTok’s China-based parent company to sell the social media platform under the threat of a ban, a contentious move by U.S. lawmakers that’s expected to face legal challenges and disrupt the lives of content creators who rely on the short-form video
48%
The TikTok "ban" will be rendered unenforceable by courts (with little chance of appeal/overturn)
33%
TikTok will be sold to a non-Chinese company
12%
TikTok will become unavailable in Apple/Google app stores in the US for at least 30 days
6%
The TikTok "ban" will go at least a year without movement toward becoming law
NPR
House approves sell-or-be-banned TikTok measure, attaching it to foreign aid bill
The bill, now advancing to the Senate, represents the most serious threat yet to the video app used by half of Americans.
AP News
House passes a bill that could lead to a TikTok ban if Chinese owner refuses to sell
The bill would require the Chinese firm ByteDance to divest TikTok and other applications it owns within six months of the bill’s enactment.
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NO
Jeff Merkley - D, Oregon
Resolved
NO
Bernie Sanders - I, Vermont
Resolved
NO
Tommy Tuberville - R, Alabama
Resolved
NO
Marco Rubio - R, Florida
Resolved
NO
Jeff Merkley - D, Oregon
Resolved
NO
Bernie Sanders - I, Vermont
Resolved
NO
Tommy Tuberville - R, Alabama
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NO
Marco Rubio - R, Florida
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NPR
President Biden would ban TikTok. But candidate Biden is using it for his campaign
The White House supports a bipartisan bill that would ban TikTok unless its Chinese parent company sells it. It's a popular app with young voters, who the Biden campaign is working to woo.
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