By Brent Addleman (The Center Square)

A bipartisan bill introduced in Congress aims to bring back the balance of power with the president, according to the co-authors of the bill.

Congressman James P. McGovern, D-MA, chairman of the House Rules Committee, and Rep. Peter Meijer, R-MI, ranking member of the Homeland Security Subcommittee on Oversight, Management & Accountability, introduced the National Security Reforms and Accountability Act (NSRAA) on Thursday.

The bill, known as H.R. 5410, aims to “reassert congressional power over matters of national security,” according to a news release.

If approved, the bill would “recalibrate the balance of power between the president and congress by reclaiming congressional oversight of arms sales, emergency declarations, and the use of military force,” according to the release.

A bipartisan bill introduced in Congress aims to bring back the balance of power with the president, according to the co-authors of the bill.

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Congressman James P. McGovern, D-MA, chairman of the House Rules Committee, and Rep. Peter Meijer, R-MI, ranking member of the Homeland Security Subcommittee on Oversight, Management & Accountability, introduced the National Security Reforms and Accountability Act (NSRAA) on Thursday.

The bill, known as H.R. 5410, aims to “reassert congressional power over matters of national security,” according to a news release.

If approved, the bill would “recalibrate the balance of power between the president and congress by reclaiming congressional oversight of arms sales, emergency declarations, and the use of military force,” according to the release.

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