- Drawdown Day, Afghanistan. STEIN, ROBERT // Moderate Voice;6/21/2011, p4
A blog related to U.S. President, Barack Obama's announcement on Drawdown Day, which will neither satisfy growing bipartisan desire to get out completely nor the people who see Middle East conflicts as outposts defending American liberty, is discussed.
- Transparency, Bipartisanship--Just Words? DE WIND, DORIAN // Moderate Voice;1/5/2011, p12
A blog by Dorian de Wind on bipartisanship is presented.
- Bipartisan Support for Immigration Reform Strengthens During August Recess. Rodriguez, Julie Chavez // Whitehouse Blog;2013, p110
A blog post about the strengthening of the bipartisan support for U.S. immigration reform during the August 2013 recess is presented.
- Hoosiers still know how to cooperate. MYERS JR., Woodrow A. // Indianapolis Business Journal;2/4/2013 Supplement C, Vol. 33, p8C
The author discusses the significant role of the Indiana Society of Washington, an organization of Republicans for Indiana residents in Washington, D.C., in the field of politics and as a known bipartisan philanthropic social organization since 1905.
- Era of bipartisanship is now beginning. Davis, Lanny // Hill;1/13/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p16
The author reflects on the era of a true bipartisanship and on the real solutions to the problems which most citizens want in the U.S.
- Gerrymandering cuts us out of the process. Kennedy, Sheila Suess // Indianapolis Business Journal;10/19/2015, Vol. 36 Issue 34, p13
The article reflects the views of author related to the structural issue in the process of gerrymandering in Indiana, which is a bipartisan practice.
- Preparing for shutdown, lawmakers change plans. Hooper, Molly K. // Hill;4/4/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 44, p12
The article reports that lawmakers in the U.S. are preparing for the possibility of a government shutdown by staying at the nation's capital until a bipartisan deal is created.
- Reid calls for bipartisan participation at third clean-energy summit. Edwards, John G. // Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);8/9/2010, Vol. 27 Issue 32, pP12
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- Bridge to Somewhere. Romans, Ben // Fly Fisherman;Apr/May2010, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p12
The article informs that Kendall Van Dyk, the state legislator of Montana, has passed a bill related to public access to rivers, with the help of bipartisan cooperation.