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bipartisan

consisting of or supported by two political parties
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Im grateful to Senate Leadership for allowing me to participate in this bi-partisan, bi-cameral group to propose serious budget reforms in the days ahead.
It is easy to understand why these groups want a bi-partisan commission.
The bi-partisan committee, constituted on July 25, has been tasked to "evaluate the shortcomings of the previous electoral process and make recommendations to hold free, fair and transparent elections" in the future.
The Coalition of Flight Attendant Unions said it will now turn its focus to building the co-sponsor list for the bi-partisan No Knives Act of 2013, H.
This letter comes after those from Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairmen Senators John Kerry (D-MA) and Richard Lugar (R-IN) and a bi-partisan group of 29 other senators, the Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and members of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, the Blue Dog Coalition and the Congressional Black Caucus.
Bi-partisan support was not needed for the Bill to pass through the House of Representatives, but without it Mr Obama will be open to criticism if the plan fails to drag the US economy out of the depths of recession.
Last election cycle, AICPA members serving as legislative contacts across the country personally delivered checks to their members of Congress, and the bi-partisan PAC was able to help elect 9 new House representatives and 4 new Senators.
Anew bi-partisan independent commission has been created to recommend ideas to Congress and the Bush administration in preparation for the 2007 reauthorization of the No Child Left Behind law.
Of course, the commentators and wags could all be surprised: The new year may bring a torrent of key appointments, a renewal of the boldness that drove the first term of the Bush Administration, or perhaps a healthy dose of bi-partisan collegiality.
Another issue that calls for a bi-partisan look at a proposed solution is the cost of health insurance.
Meek's remarks prompted a bi-partisan group of six senators to leave the chamber in protest.
Public efforts have made the strong bi-partisan support possible.