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A joint sponsor: two senators who were cosponsors of new legislation.
tr.v. (kō-spŏn′sər) co·spon·sored, co·spon·sor·ing, co·spon·sors
To act as a joint sponsor of: corporations that cosponsored a marathon.

co·spon′sor·ship′ n.


joint sponsorship
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Attendees learned about pending legislation and lobbied their legislators in Congress for their cosponsorship of four bills.
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She said: "We made it clear at the meeting with Lord Adonis that we could only work with those sponsors who we felt shared our vision and understanding of cosponsorship, and Lord Adonis accepted this.
California Pan-Ethnic Health Network sponsored SB 853, the Health Care Language Assistance Act, in 2003, with cosponsorship from the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund and the Western Center on Law and Poverty.
Alternatively, find your two Senators' name on an Internet search engine, go to their website, and use the "Contact" link, typically on their main page, to send an email urging cosponsorship of the bill.
Now is the opportunity for us to educate or elected representatives on the need for this producer licensing reform and ask for their cosponsorship and vote to approve the NARAB II bills.
Breitbart denounced groups that objected to GOProud's cosponsorship of the Conservative Political Action Conference in 2011, and he provided one of the conference highlights by throwing a GOProud party headlined by bisexual singer Sophie B.
This special event, originally founded by NBC-LEO, now incorporates the cosponsorship and fellowship of NLC's five other constituency/member groups: the Asian Pacific American Municipal Officials (APAMO); the Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Local Officials (GLBLO); the Hispanic Elected Local Officials (HELO); the University Communities Caucus (UCC); and Women in Municipal Government (WIMG).
APAMO sponsored a reception at the Northwest Asian Actors Theatre with the theatre group's cosponsorship.