From Congressman Jim McGovern:

R Street Institute
“The Founders tasked Congress with the power to make laws, spend money, and declare war. But in recent times, the Executive Branch has taken it upon itself to unilaterally engage in military conflicts, declare vague national emergencies, and sell arms to foreign governments with insufficient congressional consultation. Fortunately, there is bipartisan momentum to rebalance national security powers between Congress and the President. The National Security Reforms and Accountability Act is an essential step towards that goal.”