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Synonyms for bipartisan

supported by both sides

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Like McCain, Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer held out the possibility of bipartisanship.
Politics aside, MDMA participants were excited about the bipartisanship displayed in the face of issues so important to them.
Her integrity, bipartisanship and tireless dedication to improving the plight of small business will be sorely missed.
Thomas and Beckel, noted political analysts who possess contrary political leanings, offer this guide to bipartisanship and explain how the use of consensus politics is the only way for the United States to complete a healing process.
But with only 38% of Americans saying the Republicans in Congress are making a sincere effort to work with Obama and the Democrats, compared with 66% who say Obama is trying to work with the Republicans, Americans seem more likely to fault the Republicans than the president for the lack of tangible evidence of increased bipartisanship.
With a reputation for bipartisanship during her 12 years in the Senate, Collins helped convene a group of about 20 senators from both major parties who sought to boost investment in job-creating infrastructure projects while scrubbing the legislation of expenditures that, while worthwhile, would not contribute to turning the economy around.
LONDON: Bipartisanship seems to have taken a drubbing in Washington since President Barack Obama got to the White House.
I'm going to go in there in a spirit of bipartisanship.
Haven't we had enough of these self-appointed mentors, revelling quietly in their personal superiority, who spend their time collecting from the hedge funds and the short sellers and working out how to con us by slick presentation, glad handedness and feints of bipartisanship.
Mr Bush praised the spirit of bipartisanship last night and said the bill "provides the necessary tools and funding to help protect our economy against a system-wide breakdown".
Mr Bush praised the spirit of bipartisanship and said the bill "provides the necessary tools and funding to help protect our economy against a system-wide breakdown".
Davis' first piece is titled "Time for Bipartisanship Partisanship -- Not An Oxymoron.
It's his entire foreign-policy team, whose members also share their candidate's belief that the Democrats' perennial search for a national-security sweet spot just a little less hawkish than the Republicans' results in an unthinking Beltway bipartisanship that seldom questions the use of American power, no matter how dubious.
To be sure, the careful reader comes to appreciate the veneer of bipartisanship and moderation that helped Train cultivate support for early environmental programs.
For years there has been hand-wringing over the death of bipartisanship in Washington politics and over the rise of the politics of uncompromising ideology.