How the youngest and oldest House members voted on the TikTok bill


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WASHINGTON — Legislation that could ban TikTok in the U.S. on Wednesday passed with overwhelming support in the House, including the majority of members under 50. An NBC News analysis reviewed the votes of every member of the House, grouped by age, and found that 78% of the 124 members under the age of 50 voted in favor of the bill and about 19% of them voted against it. Three members under 50 didn't vote and one voted present. The first Gen-Z and youngest member of Congress, Rep. Maxwell Frost, D-Fla., was among the younger lawmakers who opposed the measure,...