Representative Brad Sherman's bill, nicknamed "No Nuclear Weapons for Saudi Arabia Act of 2018", would prohibit Saudi Arabia's construction of nuclear weapons from the material it buys from the US, Vox reported Friday.
Mr Sherman's bill could block Saudi Arabia's plans to obtain nuclear technology from the US.
"Now I think we have a chance".
Khashoggi, a Washington Post columnist critical of the Saudi government and its de facto ruler Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, was murdered at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2.
MBS previously said in March that the kingdom does not want to produce a nuclear weapon, but it will if their arch-rival Iran develops one.
Saudi Arabia has presented an evolving narrative about what happened to Khashoggi, a Saudi citizen.
Congressman Brad Sherman's bill, titled "No Nuclear Weapons for Saudi Arabia Act of 2018", would not only prohibit the kingdom's construction of nuclear weapons from the material it buys from the United States, it would also force Saudi Arabia to uphold a number of strict regulations to ensure that classified material regarding USA nuclear technology does not get leaked.
Erdogan said a 15-member team that Turkey says was sent to kill Khashoggi know who is behind the killing as well as the location of his remains.
Erdoğan also called on Saudi officials to do their part to reveal the unanswered parts of the dissident journalist's murder.
Besides refueling aircraft, the U.S. military has been providing Saudi-led forces with target information and other intelligence over the course of the war, which has killed thousands of Yemeni civilians and destroyed the poor country's infrastructure.