cosponsor

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v cosponsor sponsor together with another sponsor
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Usage


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Last February, activists pitched a fit when it was announced that, for the second consecutive year, the gay Republican group GOProud would be a cosponsor of Washington's biggest right-wing confab, the Conservative Political Action Conference.
APTA is launching its first annual Fall Cosponsor Drive and needs your help.
Ever wanted to cosponsor a piece of legislation, but didn't want to spend the time and energy on a run for Congress.
Citing concerns about parts of its technical content, the IEEE EMC Society Standards Development Committee (SDCom) has voted to withdraw as the cosponsor of IEEE Standard for Power Line Communication Equipment.
Paul Ryan is a cosponsor of HR 212, the Sanctity of Human Life Act.
Cosponsors of the Senate bill include.
Youngsters and parents are invited to the event, cosponsored by Scheel's All Sports and Geo Caching Club of Mankato.
Since it has to do with budgetary matters, Pawar and his cosponsors applied a little logic and assumed it would be assigned to the council 's budget committee.
He is perhaps best known from his Senate years as cosponsor of the Gramm-Rudman-Hollings budget- cutting law.
Kansas Sen Pat Roberts – along with cosponsors Kansas Sen Jerry Moran, Nebraska Sen Mike Johanns and Nebraska Sen Ben Nelson – has introduced S.1288, which would grant similar diesel-fuel hauling relief for agriculture-related businesses.
CCSU Cosponsoring Emancipation Art And Poetry Contest.
Last week Representative Rick Boucher from Virginia introduced a bill in the US House of Representatives cosponsored by Representative Cliff Stearns from Florida that would prevent the FCC from reclaiming TV spectrum on involuntary basis.
The Poets and Writers film series, cosponsored by the Friends For The Public Library, kicks off today at Guild Cinema in Nob Hill.
North Carolina senator Kay Hagan announced over the weekend that she will cosponsor federal legislation to ban anti-LGBT employment discrimination.
Rep Ben Ray Luján, who represents Santa Fe and northern New Mexico, was signed on as a cosponsor of SOPA.
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