President Obama's Libya Intervention Hits 60-Day Legal Limit

The legal license President Obama used to justify U.S. military intervention in Libya expires today, and there's little sign the White House is working quickly to get it renewed. Exactly two months ago, Obama notified Congress of his unilateral decision to engage in "limited military action" to help defend the Libyan people from attacks by their leader, Moammar Gadhafi. But under federal law -- the War Powers Resolution of 1973 -- Obama is only allowed to keep U.S. forces engaged in...Full Story
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