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bipartisan

consisting of or supported by two political parties
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Heller and Heinrich for joining together to present a bipartisan effort against this ill-advised tax.
We applaud Congress's bipartisan leadership and hope President Obama will see this as an opportunity to work with Congress on a bipartisan basis for our country's future.
A Senate Banking Committee press release announcing the markup stated, "Earlier this month, Chairman Johnson and Ranking Member Crapo unveiled a bipartisan housing finance reform proposal that used Senators Corker and Warner's bill (S.
Rohrabacher said he has sponsored several bipartisan bills and works closely with some California Democrats.
Another feature of the DOER Act that is responsible for its bipartisan support is its "states' rights" appeal, which gives the states control over their own coastal waters while dramatically increasing the revenues available to the states from offshore energy production.
Urge your Senators and Representative to save presidential public financing by supporting this bipartisan presidential public financing legislation.
The release of the joint inquiry report was Goss's last major bipartisan effort.
But that HRC is absolutely right to be taking the bipartisan approach it does.
That action suggests bipartisan congressional support could well be there for a more concrete legislative proposal.
The Senate Finance Committee released an initial bipartisan staff proposal in May 2000 and a revised staff draft in October 2000.
Breaking gridlock on managed care reform, a bipartisan coalition in Congress introduced the newest version of a patient bill of rights.
An array of LWCF proposals have been introduced in the House and Senate, many with bipartisan support.