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Synonyms for bipartisan

supported by both sides

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The Senates passage of this historic, bipartisan legislation will help provide Nevadans with more access to financial resources and economic opportunities, and also give them more choices when it comes to finding a loan to buy a house, buy a car to get to work, start a business, or grow a business, said Heller.
Crapo said he too would continue to push for a bipartisan deal, which would be necessary to clear a 60-vote hurdle in the Senate.
The HDP is a bipartisan, twenty-member commission of the U.
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.
The Society of Chemical Manufactures and Affiliates (SOCMA) also commended members of a key Senate environmental panel for addressing shortcomings in the nation's chemical control law, while expressing concern over advancing legislation in the middle of bipartisan negotiations.
In 1985 and 1986, bipartisan majorities passed major legislation on taxes and immigration.
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.
This bipartisan bill to save presidential public financing is crucial.
Together, they have published a book, Opportunity and Progress: A Bipartisan Platform for a National Housing Policy, which offers 12 recommendations designed to preserve and expand programs that support individual access to opportunity.
Most of all, I want to wake up and read that John Kerry just asked John McCain to be his Vice President because if Kerry wins, he intends to tackle America's hardest problems, and that can only be done with a bipartisan spirit and bipartisan team.
The uncertainty stems from a competing bill sponsored by a bipartisan group of Congressmen, led by Reps.
Judd Gregg, R-New Hampshire, chairman of the Senate's Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, and Edward Kennedy, D-Massachusetts, devised a new bipartisan bill that was expected to go to the full Senate possibly in the early summer.
and that bipartisan organizations like the Human Rights Campaign are making a big mistake by supporting Republican incumbents who are good on our issues.
Since 1949, broad, bipartisan support for NATO has been an element of U.