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bipartisan

consisting of or supported by two political parties
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It is easy to understand why these groups want a bi-partisan commission.
We believe that the EB-5 program will continue to enjoy broad bi-partisan support in the U.S.
Just as important, the Chamber is a staunch supporter of the Americans with Disabilities Act and its goals, and played a vital role in reaching the compromise that resulted in the bi-partisan passage of the ADA Amendments Act of 2008.
That is because the Senate energy bill that has wide, bi-partisan support does not include a provision allowing the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to approve a pipeline construction application 90 days after completing a final environmental study of the project.
We applaud the bi-partisan leadership of the Wisconsin legislature and Governor Walker for enacting legislation that will bring greater oversight and controls to the structured settlement marketplace.
The adoption of the care worker parking permit scheme was championed within the local government councils by former Marrickville mayor Jo Haylen and received bi-partisan support across all LGAs.
So today at Eastlands there will be a bi-partisan demonstration involving United fans, Man City supporters plus representatives from Liverpool's Spirit of Shankly group and Everton's Blue Union.
Courtney (D- Ct.) have introduced bi-partisan legislation to repeal the tax.
The bill was introduced last fall but is reportedly closer to passing with bi-partisan support.
Bi-partisan legislation introduced in the Senate in March aims to extend VA benefits to "blue water" Vietnam-era veterans exposed to Agent Orange, despite never having set foot on land.
The bill, known as the Federal Duck Stamp Act of 2014, had broad bi-partisan support and was signed into law by President Obama in December.
However, in the interests of Mirfield, I tried to adopt a bi-partisan approach to securing improvements.