This week, I introduced the Otto Warmbier North Korea Sanctions Act as an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act. This amendment would impose secondary sanctions on foreign financial institutions that do business with virtually anyone that trades with North Korea, and would cut off Pyongyang’s ability to earn hard currency through North Korean laborers working abroad. The bottom line is simple – foreign banks can either do business benefitting North Korea or do business with the United States. They cannot do both. I am proud that the House unanimously adopted my amendment.