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bipartisan

consisting of or supported by two political parties
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To be sure, a strong bi-partisan majority in Congress believes that federal construction projects should not be the vehicle through which local community wage and benefit standards are undermined by 'low road' contractors that seek competitive advantage through the deployment of a low-wage, low skill, easily exploited workforce
manufacturing, and it is a bi-partisan law and revenue neutral.
In a move symbolic of unprecedented bi-partisan support for stimulating new job creation, the House of Representatives passed by a margin of 421 to 1 the Small Company Financing Act, and by a similar margin the Entrepreneurs Access to Capital "Crowdfunding" Bill.
The American public has long been clamoring for increased bi-partisan cooperation and accord.
At a press conference last Thursday announcing the bi-partisan bill, Sen.
com did for bands in the Los Angeles area: bringing them together in a bi-partisan way and allowing them to communicate, organize and share information.
Murphy and Corker for their continued bi-partisan progress in the U.
NEW YORK -- Burson-Marsteller, a leading global public relations and communications firm, will be providing communications and media relations support to "America's Health Care at Risk: Finding a Cure," a bi-partisan conference bringing together major stakeholders in the health care debate for a high-level dialogue aimed at generating real and lasting solutions.
Ann Cavoukian, will speak on issues relating to how privacy is essential to both freedom and innovation, in a presentation to the Congressional Bi-Partisan Privacy Caucus this week.
The Association for a Better Long Island hailed the bi-partisan actions of the Long Island Congressional delegation to successfully fight the decision by the United States Commerce Department and the Office of Management and Budget to destroy Long Island's separate economic identity.
Measure to reduce government multilingualism passes with strong bi-partisan margin
Led by Virginia Congressman Frank Wolf and with overwhelming bi-partisan support, Congress included $75 million to create a comprehensive school safety initiative and an additional $2 million to support the recently created National Center for Campus Public Safety.