US SB667 | 2019-2020 | 116th Congress

Status

Spectrum: Bipartisan Bill
Status: Introduced on March 5 2019 - 25% progression
Action: 2019-03-05 - Read twice and referred to the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs.
Pending: Senate Banking, Housing, And Urban Affairs Committee
Text: Latest bill text (Introduced) [PDF]

Summary

Otto Warmbier Banking Restrictions Involving North Korea Act of 2019

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Title

Otto Warmbier Banking Restrictions Involving North Korea Act of 2019

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History

DateChamberAction
2019-03-05SenateRead twice and referred to the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs.

Same As/Similar To

HB295 (Similar To) 2019-03-07 - Committee Agreed to Seek Consideration Under Suspension of the Rules,.

Subjects

Alliances
Arms control and nonproliferation
Asia
Bank accounts, deposits, capital
Banking and financial institutions regulation
Civil actions and liability
Coal
Congressional oversight
Corporate finance and management
Crime victims
Criminal investigation, prosecution, interrogation
Diplomacy, foreign officials, Americans abroad
Employee benefits and pensions
Financial services and investments
Foreign and international banking
Foreign and international corporations
Foreign labor
Foreign property
Fraud offenses and financial crimes
Government ethics and transparency, public corruption
Human trafficking
Intelligence activities, surveillance, classified information
International affairs
International organizations and cooperation
Law enforcement administration and funding
Licensing and registrations
Metals
Military assistance, sales, and agreements
North Korea
Nuclear weapons
Oil and gas
Presidents and presidential powers, Vice Presidents
Sanctions
Seafood
State and local finance
Technology transfer and commercialization
Trade restrictions
U.S. and foreign investments
United Nations
War and emergency powers

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