The U.S. hearing passed the TikTok ban and will go to the Senate for a vote.

On July 22, the U.S. Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee voted to pass a “ban on the use of TikTok on government equipment” proposed by Republican Senator Josh Hawley, which will be submitted to the full Senate for a vote, U.S. media reported.

The U.S. hearing passed the TikTok ban and will go to the Senate for a vote.

20, the House of Representatives voted 336 to 71 to pass the bill, which prohibits federal employees from downloading TikTok on government equipment.

The bill is part of an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act and may soon become law after a vote in the House and Senate.

The U.S. hearing passed the TikTok ban and will go to the Senate for a vote.