bipartisan

[ bahy-pahr-tuh-zuh n ]
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With our support on a bipartisan basis, today there are 1,100.

I welcome the bipartisan enthusiasm for spending discipline.

It was a sort of bipartisan mass-meeting, but there was one prevailing spirit, that born of rye and corn.

I recommend that the substance of these charges be thoroughly examined by a Bipartisan Commission created by the Congress.

But one moment of courage, idealism, and bipartisan unity can change American history forever.

I can assure you, the bipartisan leadership of Congress, of my help in fighting off any attempt to bust our budget agreement.

Now, review this multibillion-dollar package that will not undercut our bipartisan budget agreement.

In the past, the minimum wage has been a bipartisan issue and I think it should be again.

One of the greatest sources of our strength throughout the Cold War was a bipartisan foreign policy.

I ask your support for bipartisan legislation to guarantee that a woman can stay in the hospital for 48 hours after a mastectomy.

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