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bipartisan

consisting of or supported by two political parties
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The Honoring American Veterans in Extreme Need (HAVEN) Act bipartisan legislation co-sponsored by Senator Tillis to protect the economic security and well-being of veterans and their families who rely on disability benefits and may be experiencing financial hardship.
Schneider, 57, of Deerfield, is a member of the bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus and participates in the Bipartisan Working Group, which meets weekly.
Lim then challenged former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, who made the allegation against PH yesterday, to support the call for a bipartisan investigation that will probe both sides, including Hasanah's letter to the CIA.
"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.
LSC was created in 1974 with broad bipartisan congressional sponsorship and was signed into law by President Nixon.
"This visit by our nation's elected representatives in Congress shows that bipartisan support for strong U.S.-Sri Lankan ties is robust across the branches of the U.S.
This is surprising as the particular effort in question is a carefully worded bipartisan initiative grounded in language that has previously been passed into law.
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.
DOES AMERICA'S POLARIZED political landscape render bipartisan legislation impossible?
Amazingly, the House's DOER Act passed by a large margin (232 to 187) on June 29, as a bipartisan coalition of labor and business overcame the obstructionist efforts of the radical environmental lobby.
Since passing any measure in divided government requires bipartisan support, a shift in majorities is less likely to bring on serious changes or adulterations.