4 Republican senators and 4 Democrat senators have signed onto the bill so far
Democrats: Kaine (Va) Duckworth (Ill) Coons (Del) Durbin (Ill) Republicans: Young (Ind) Lee (Utah) Grassley (Iowa) Paul (Ky)
Sens. Tim Kaine and Todd Young on Wednesday introduced bipartisan legislation that would repeal decades-old authorizations for the use of military force in the Middle East, amid escalating tensions between the U.S. and Iran in the region.
Kaine (D-Va.) and Young (R-Ind.) unveiled the measure as lawmakers have expressed frustration with President Joe Biden’s decision to launch airstrikes in Syria last week without first seeking congressional approval. It also comes just hours after an Iraqi military base housing U.S. troops and civilian contractors was hit by rocket attacks, and the Biden administration announced they don’t care.