Which of the following statements is correct regarding the War Powers Act?
A. A. The Supreme court has overturned the Act as violating the president s commander in chief powers. B. B. Sanctions for violating the War Powers Act is a fine of $10,000 or imprisonment for not more than ten years. C. C. Presidents must seek a resolution from Congress to continue military action more than 60 days (90 if its is necessary to get the troops out safety) D. D. The Act only allows a president to take defensive military actions without a resolution of approval from the congress.
C. presidents must seek a resolution from congress to continue military action more than 60 days (90 if its is necessary to get the troops out safety) -c. the war powers act was enacted in 1973 over the veto of president nixon. it allows the president to engage in military actions (also instituted if troops are moved into harms way) for 60 days (90 to get troops out safely)the congress must pass a resolution or the troops must come out. the court has said that an appropriation to support the action constitutes a resolution supporting the engagement. the supreme court has never ruled on the constitutionality of the act, and there are no penalties specified in the act. several presidents have questioned the constitutionality of the act but followed it.