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The War Powers Act of 1973 includes all of the following provisions EXCEPT
Congressional ability to veto the President's decision to send troops overseas.
a requirement that if the President sends forces into combat or imminent danger, he or she must report it to Congress in a timely manner.
the requirement that the use of military force must be approved by Congress within 60 days or else the troops are required to be brought home.
the requirement that the President must consult with Congress before deploying troops into hostile situations.
the provision that if Congress does not approve of the action, the President may request a 30-day extension (to amount to a total of 90 days) if extra time is needed to withdraw troops safely.