Reps. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) and Walter Jones (R-NC) on Wednesday are expected to file a complaint in federal court that is presumably related to the failure of the Obama administration to seek congressional authority for military action in Libya.

The two members are expected to announce the details of their action at noon Wednesday. Kucinich released a statement late Tuesday night that said other members of Congress would join the suit.

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Both members have argued that the Obama administration has failed to seek congressional authority for Libyan military actions under the War Powers Resolution. The House earlier this month approved a resolution asking for details and justification about the intervention by the end of this week, which many believe is the deadline by which U.S. troops must withdraw, or the administration must obtain congressional approval.

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-- This story was updated at 9:49 a.m. Wednesday to reflect that the announcement is now scheduled for noon, not 2 p.m. as they originally stated.