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USHB7704Intro
25%
To deter Chinese aggression towards Taiwan by requiring the Secretary of the Treasury to publish a report on financial institutions and accounts connected to senior officials of the People's Republic of China, to restrict financial services for certa...
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2022-05-17
Sponsor introductory remarks on measure. (CR H5092)
USSB812PassDirects the Department of State to include additional information in its annual reports concerning Taiwan's participation at the World Health Organization's World Health Assembly (WHA) as an observer. The report shall describe changes and improvement...
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2022-05-13
Became Public Law No: 117-124. (TXT | PDF)
USHR1106Intro
25%
Expressing support for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, its member states, and the United States-ASEAN Special Summit in Washington, DC, and reaffirming the commitment of the United States to continue to remain a strong, reliable, and acti...
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2022-05-11
To House Foreign Affairs Committee
USSR616Intro
25%
A resolution expressing support for the Association of South East Asian Nations, its 10 member states, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam, and the United States-ASEAN Special Summit...
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2022-05-05
To Senate Foreign Relations Committee
USSB4112Intro
25%
A bill to address issues involving the economic statecraft of the United States, and for other purposes.
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2022-04-28
To Senate Foreign Relations Committee
USHB7372Engross
50%
Establishes an interagency working group to address semiconductor supply chain issues caused by Russia's attack on Ukraine. The working group must report to Congress on issues including (1) the impact of Russia's attack on Ukraine on the supply of va...
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2022-04-28
To Senate Foreign Relations Committee
USHB7579Intro
25%
To decrease dependency on People's Republic of China manufacturing and decrease migration due to lost regional economic opportunities.
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2022-04-26
To House Ways And Means Committee
USSR446Intro
25%
This resolution commends the government of Lithuania for its decision to deepen ties with Taiwan and standing up to the coercion and pressure towards Lithuania by the Chinese Communist Party. The resolution also commits to supporting Lithuania and Ta...
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2022-04-06
Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 341.
USHR994Intro
25%
Recognizing and reaffirming the strong relationship between the United States and the Pacific Islands.
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2022-03-18
To House Foreign Affairs Committee
USHR937Intro
25%
This resolution expresses the sense of the House of Representatives that it is the duty of the federal government to carry out specified actions, including enacting a balanced budget amendment and abolishing the Department of Education.
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2022-02-23
To House Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment
USHB6772Intro
25%
Revises the approval process for applications to export natural gas. Specifically, the bill expedites the approval process for certain U.S. allies, such as Taiwan and Ukraine. However, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission may not grant expedited ...
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2022-02-18
To House Energy And Commerce Committee
USSB3661Intro
25%
Revises the approval process for applications to export natural gas. Specifically, the bill expedites the approval process for certain U.S. allies, such as Taiwan and Ukraine. However, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission may not grant expedited ...
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2022-02-16
To Senate Energy And Natural Resources Committee
USHB6484Intro
25%
To require the imposition of sanctions with respect to the People's Republic of China if the People's Liberation Army initiates a military invasion of Taiwan, and for other purposes.
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2022-01-25
To House Subcommittee on Trade
USSB3526Intro
25%
A bill to require the imposition of sanctions with respect to the People's Republic of China if the People's Liberation Army initiates a military invasion of Taiwan, and for other purposes.
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2022-01-19
To Senate Banking, Housing, And Urban Affairs Committee
USSB1605PassAuthorizes Department of Defense (DOD) activities and programs for FY2022 and addresses various other issues. For example, the bill provides or extends procurement authority for certain helicopters and amphibious shipbuilding programs; imposes variou...
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2021-12-27
Became Public Law No: 117-81. (TXT | PDF)
USSB3090Intro
25%
Authorizes the Department of State to initiate a U.S. plan to endorse Taiwan's membership in the Inter-American Development Bank as a nonborrowing member. (The bank's nonborrowing members, such as the United States, provide capital and have voting re...
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2021-10-27
To Senate Foreign Relations Committee
USSB3068Intro
25%
Authorizes activities pertaining to Taiwan and requires reports on related topics. authorizes from FY2022 through FY2025 (1) activities and trainings to increase Taiwan's economic and international integration, and (2) Department of State activities ...
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2021-10-26
To Senate Foreign Relations Committee
USHCR56Intro
25%
This resolution condemns China's government and military for their continued military aggression against Taiwan, most notably the incursion into Taiwan's Air Defense Identification Zone on October 4, 2021.
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2021-10-25
To House Foreign Affairs Committee
USSB2792Intro
25%
Authorizes Department of Defense (DOD) activities for FY2022 and addresses related issues. For example, the bill provides or extends procurement authority for certain helicopters and amphibious shipbuilding programs; requires DOD to establish executi...
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2021-09-22
An errata sheet on written report No. 117-39 was printed.
USSB2610Intro
25%
Authorizes various intelligence-related activities for FY2022 and addresses related issues. For example, the bill requires the National Counterintelligence and Security Center to periodically report to Congress and certain agencies; authorizes the Of...
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2021-08-10
By Senator Warner from Select Committee on Intelligence filed written report. Report No. 117-37. Additional views filed.
USHB4792Intro
25%
To counter the malign influence and theft perpetuated by the People's Republic of China and the Chinese Communist Party.
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2021-08-04
To House Subcommittee on Asia, the Pacific, Central Asia and Nonproliferation
USHB4362Intro
25%
Requires the Department of State, in carrying out the international distribution of COVID-19 vaccine doses, to prioritize distribution to and ensure that at least 25% of such doses are reserved for Taiwan and certain Latin American allies. The State ...
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2021-08-04
To House Subcommittee on Asia, the Pacific, Central Asia and Nonproliferation
USHB4775Intro
25%
Requires various actions related to malign influence operations by other countries in the United Nations (UN), with such operations defined as coordinated actions by a UN member state to foster UN actions or attitudes that further that member state's...
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2021-08-04
To House Subcommittee on Asia, the Pacific, Central Asia and Nonproliferation
USSB2494Intro
25%
Requires various actions related to malign influence operations by other countries in the United Nations (UN), with such operations defined as coordinated actions by a UN member state to foster UN actions or attitudes that further that member state's...
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2021-07-28
To Senate Foreign Relations Committee
USHB4560Intro
25%
To require an annual report on cooperation between the National Guard and Taiwan, and for other purposes.
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2021-07-20
To House Foreign Affairs Committee
USSB2395Intro
25%
A bill to require an annual feasibility report on cooperation between the National Guard and Taiwan, and for other purposes.
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2021-07-20
To Senate Armed Services Committee
USSB2391Intro
25%
Limits presidential authorities related to, and increases congressional oversight of, introducing U.S. armed forces into hostilities, arms transactions, and national emergencies. The bill limits presidential authority to introduce U.S. forces into ho...
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2021-07-20
To Senate Foreign Relations Committee
USHB3524Intro
25%
Addresses various foreign relations issues, with a focus on China. Among other things, the bill authorizes the Department of State to establish a program to help U.S. companies address supply chain issues related to China, including by relocating pro...
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2021-07-15
Ordered to be Reported in the Nature of a Substitute (Amended) by the Yeas and Nays: 26 - 22.
USHB3922Intro
25%
Requires sanctions on certain members of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and officials of Chinese health agencies. It also addresses related issues. The President must impose visa- and property-blocking sanctions on any foreign person who is a CCP ...
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2021-06-23
Sponsor introductory remarks on measure. (CR H3077)
USHB3972Intro
25%
Requires various reports to Congress related to Taiwan. The Department of State must report on (1) a strategy to advance Taiwan's meaningful participation in certain international organizations, and (2) a plan for strengthening Taiwan's community of ...
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2021-06-17
To House Subcommittee on Trade
USSB2073Intro
25%
Establishes that it shall be U.S. policy to maintain the ability of the U.S. Armed Forces to defeat attempts by China to invade and seize control of Taiwan before U.S. forces can respond effectively.
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2021-06-16
To Senate Armed Services Committee
USHB3934Intro
25%
Establishes that it shall be U.S. policy to maintain the ability of the U.S. Armed Forces to defeat attempts by China to invade and seize control of Taiwan before U.S. forces can respond effectively.
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2021-06-16
To House Foreign Affairs Committee
USHB3084Intro
25%
Directs the Department of State to establish a program to provide fellowships in Taiwan to qualifying U.S. government employees. Each program fellow shall work in (1) a Taiwanese government agency; or (2) a nongovernmental organization, such as the A...
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2021-05-28
To House Subcommittee on Asia, the Pacific, Central Asia and Nonproliferation
USSB1169Intro
25%
Addresses various foreign relations issues, with a focus on China. Among other things, the bill requires the U.S. Agency for Global Media to take certain actions to support independent journalism and combat censorship in countries where the Chinese C...
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2021-05-10
Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 54.
USHR371Intro
25%
This resolution reaffirms the commitment of the United States to certain legislation and reassurances relating to the unofficial U.S.-Taiwan relationship. It also reaffirms the commitment of the United States to continued diplomatic and military coor...
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2021-05-07
To House Foreign Affairs Committee
USHB2967Intro
25%
Requires and authorizes activities related to U.S. foreign policy in the Pacific Islands, including the Cook Islands, Fiji, the Marshall Islands, Papua New Guinea, and Vanuatu. The bill requires specified departments and agencies to develop and imple...
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2021-05-04
To House Foreign Affairs Committee
USHB2646Intro
25%
Requires the Department of State to annually report to Congress on efforts by China to undermine Taiwan's participation in international organizations or Taiwan's relationships with other countries.
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2021-04-30
To House Subcommittee on Asia, the Pacific, Central Asia and Nonproliferation
USHB1145Intro
25%
Directs the Department of State to include additional information in its annual reports concerning Taiwan's participation at the World Health Organization's World Health Assembly (WHA) as an observer. The report shall describe changes and improvement...
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2021-03-25
Ordered to be Reported in the Nature of a Substitute by Voice Vote.
USSB1054Intro
25%
Contains provisions pertaining to the U.S.-Taiwan relationship. The director of the American Institute in Taiwan's Taipei office shall be subject to the advice and consent of the Senate. (In 1979, the United States established diplomatic relations wi...
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2021-03-25
To Senate Foreign Relations Committee
USSB960Intro
25%
Prohibits using funds made available to the Department of State for FY2022 to implement or enforce any policy that restricts representatives of Taiwan (such as members of Taiwan's armed forces or representatives of its government) or the Taipei Econo...
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2021-03-24
To Senate Foreign Relations Committee
USHB2103Intro
25%
Provides Taiwan with preferential treatment when receiving U.S. defense articles and services. Specifically, Taiwan shall be subject to the requirements and procedures that apply to certain U.S. partners and allies, such as North Atlantic Treaty Orga...
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2021-03-19
To House Foreign Affairs Committee
USSB811Intro
25%
Directs the Department of State to establish a program to provide fellowships in Taiwan to qualifying U.S. government employees. Each program fellow shall work in (1) a Taiwanese government agency; or (2) a nongovernmental organization, such as the A...
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2021-03-17
To Senate Foreign Relations Committee
USSB687Intro
25%
Contains provisions addressing China and foreign relations generally. The provisions include directing the Department of State to establish a program to facilitate dialogues between U.S. regulatory and technical agencies and their counterparts in par...
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2021-03-10
To Senate Foreign Relations Committee
USHCR21Intro
25%
This resolution calls on the President to abandon the One China policy in favor of one that recognizes Taiwan as an independent country that is not a part of China. The resolution also urges the President to bolster diplomatic and economic relations ...
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2021-02-26
To House Subcommittee on Trade
USSB417Intro
25%
Limits the validity period of B-1 (business visitor) and B-2 (tourist) visas issued to Chinese nationals until the Department of State makes certain certifications to Congress regarding the Chinese government. Specifically, the State Department may n...
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2021-02-24
To Senate Judiciary Committee
USSB332Intro
25%
Authorizes the President to use the Armed Forces to defend Taiwan against a direct attack by China's military, a taking of Taiwan's territory by China, or a threat that endangers the lives of civilians in Taiwan or members of Taiwan's military. The b...
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2021-02-22
To Senate Foreign Relations Committee
USHB1168Intro
25%
Directs the United States to withhold all contributions to the World Health Organization (WHO) until (1) China's WHO membership is terminated, and (2) Taiwan is granted full membership. (China has opposed Taiwan's participation in the World Health As...
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2021-02-18
To House Foreign Affairs Committee
USHB1169Intro
25%
Directs the United States to withhold all contributions to the United Nations (UN) until (1) China's World Health Organization membership is terminated, and (2) Taiwan is granted full membership in the UN. (In 1971, the UN expelled Taiwan as a member...
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2021-02-18
To House Foreign Affairs Committee
USHB1173Intro
25%
Authorizes the President to use the Armed Forces to defend Taiwan against a direct attack by China's military, a taking of Taiwan's territory by China, or a threat that endangers the lives of civilians in Taiwan or members of Taiwan's military. The b...
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2021-02-18
To House Foreign Affairs Committee
USSB296Intro
25%
Prohibits the United States from providing any funds (either assessed or voluntary contributions) to the World Health Organization until the organization replaces all top leadership that was in place as of January 1, 2020, and Taiwan is accepted as a...
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2021-02-08
To Senate Foreign Relations Committee
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