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bipartisan

consisting of or supported by two political parties
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During a speech on the Senate floor earlier this week, Heller highlighted how the bipartisan legislation will help local lenders grow their services to support small businesses in every community in Nevada.
I still believe we have an opportunity to negotiate a bipartisan regulatory relief package for community financial institutions, while protecting consumers and ensuring the safety of our financial system," said Sen.
This visit by our nation's elected representatives in Congress shows that bipartisan support for strong U.
On March 16, Johnson and Crapo released the legislative text of their bipartisan housing finance reform agreement.
Rosenberg commended the effort and engagement of Senators on both sides of the aisle and noted that ACI will work toward opportunities for all sides to come together for a bipartisan, bicameral bill that promotes the safe use of chemicals, enhances public confidence in the chemical management system, protects American jobs and maintains US global leadership in chemical innovation.
Over the last 30 years, it has been easier to pass bipartisan legislation "when political voting patterns are stable and most members have reason to believe their seats are reasonably safe.
The last meeting of a bipartisan delegation was in February 2005, when Gov.
The bipartisan majority was obtained in the House by crafting a bill that intelligently addressed many serious issues and appealed to many constituencies: industry, union members, truckers, automobile owners, coastal state governors and legislators, and hurricane-prone communities.
Members of Congress do not sponsor such bipartisan events if they believe you have a partisan agenda.
The spotlight on corruption in recent months will color consideration of challenges to the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1974 and the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002 that are sure to heat up in 2006.
The single most important thing you can do in political terms is to work towards the restoration of a bipartisan goal, bipartisan recognition that the goal of the Housing Act of 1949 yet to be achieved .
Former NLC President and HUD Secretary Henry Cisneros last week joined with a bipartisan group to reassert housing as a national priority and ask the federal government to assume its place at the table with cities, states, and other public and private organizations to address housing issues throughout the country.