The House voted Friday to require President Obama to swiftly report to Congress the rationale behind continued U.S. military engagement in Libya, launching a potential showdown over federal funding for the NATO-led operation.
Amid mounting antiwar sentiment in Congress, the House voted 268 to 145
for the resolution, which also said that the administration failed to
make its case for military action as required by the authority of the
War Powers Act.
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