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bipartisan

consisting of or supported by two political parties
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In encouraging bipartisanship, Rauner pointed out Democrats and Republicans worked together to make Chicago's bid for Amazon's second headquarters and could do so again for future projects.
First, just as mid-1950s theorists who complained about too much bipartisanship should have been careful what they wished for, so too should modern advocates of "bipartisanship" remember that bipartisanship was not all lollipops and roses.
But perhaps bipartisanship can only go far, as he added, "Don't vote for him.
Republican Senator John McCain, who is recovering from surgery in his home state of Arizona, urged a much different change of course -- bipartisanship.
But the fact that two veteran senators from different parties were able to reach an agreement that required serious give-and-take on both sides speaks well for the future of bipartisanship, whether or not law makers approve the final bill.
But we hope that bipartisanship and cooperation really do come to prevail in Washington, D.
Cast your vote on this discussion on medical bipartisanship whichever degree or office you hold.
By choosing him, Romney could show bipartisanship while handing the reins in Foggy Bottom to someone with international stature and whose foreign-policy views are more hawkish than many Republicans.
The session could not have been more timely: It was during a moment of rare bipartisanship, seen in the recent passing of the U.
The third-longest-serving woman in congressional history-serving a combined 33 years in the House and Senate--Snowe has been known as a stalwart of bipartisanship and an outspoken champion for small businesses.
But bipartisanship disappeared early, with Republicans sitting stone-faced through several rounds of emphatic Democratic cheering.
Obama urged Democrats and Republicans to work in a spirit of bipartisanship to formulate a healthcare reform plan for the benefit of all Americans.