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In a roll call vote, the names of each legislator are read aloud and their vote is recorded alongside their name.

In the previous congress, Senate Democrats ten times killed President George W.

I would hope that whatever we agree on we can vote on this year," she said.

But sometimes politicians work with members of the other party to get things done that they agree on.

Although parties such as the , the Quebec-Nationalist , and others, have elected members to the , and parties have never gained a prominent force in Canadian society and have never formed a government in the Canadian Parliament.

After numerous attempts to pass a bill, the House finally approved a repeal measure on a purely party-line vote.

Bipartisan does not mean the same thing as.

Together they created a platform to offer images and stories of hope to advance their community.

Description: Democratic lawmakers Representative John Dingell and Senator Harrison Williams authored the endangered species bills which drew wide support of their Republican colleagues.

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And Wal-Mart, the very model of world-wide retail efficiency, struggled to keep up with the demand for American flags as our citizens felt an urgency not seen in generations to remind each other of what unites us.
But key moderate Democrats insisted the Bi-partisan Infrastructure bill be considered first while delaying the Human Infrastructure plan until funding questions were answered.

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    Bipartisanship, sometimes referred to as nonpartisanship, is a political situation, usually in the context of a two-party system (especially those of the United States and some other western countries), in which opposing political parties find common ground through compromise. Partisanship is the antonym, where an individual or political party.
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    Define bipartisan. bipartisan synonyms, bipartisan pronunciation, bipartisan translation, English dictionary definition of bipartisan. adj. Of, consisting of, or.
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    bipartisan: 1 adj supported by both sides Synonyms: bipartizan , two-party , two-way nonpartisan , nonpartizan free from party affiliation or bias
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    In April 2012, President Obama and Congress passed bipartisan legislation known as the β€œJumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act.”. The legislation was created to help aid entrepreneurship and small business growth by limiting federal regulations and allowing individuals to invest in new companies.
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    Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002 . The McCain-Feingold Act is the popular name for the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002. The Act was named after Senators John McCain, R-Ariz., and Russ Feingold, D-Wis. It sought to end the influence of corporations on federal elections.
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