cosponsor


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co·spon·sor

(kō′spŏn′sər)
n.
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.
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cosponsor

(ˈkəʊˈspɒnsə)
n
(Commerce) a person, company, or other organization that is one of the two sponsors of an event or initiative
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.cosponsor - sponsor together with another sponsor
patronize, sponsor, patronise - assume sponsorship of
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Therefore, Brother decided to cosponsor the Japan pavilion as the Crosspoint for the Future due to its high affinity for Brother's history and current status.
The President had said yesterday (Thursday) that he was not aware of the decision taken by the Government to cosponsor the Resolution on Sri Lanka at the UNHRC.
Sweden, March 18 -- The United States applauds Sri Lanka and stated that it was "pleased" that Sri Lanka had decided to cosponsor the latest resolution at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) and commended the Government's decision.
Said Hoey, "I encourage NCPA members to take grassroots action to encourage their senators to cosponsor this legislation."
Rep Allyson Schwartz (D-Pa.), the bill's lead cosponsor, noted there's agreement that growth in Medicare costs need to be reduced, but added that "blunt instruments aimed at simply reducing costs are not the best solution." In the last Congress, the bill garnered more than 230 cosponsors and passed in the House as part of broader legislation.
Allyson Schwartz (D-Pa.), the bill's lead cosponsor, noted there's agreement that growth in Medicare costs need to be reduced, but added that blunt instruments aimed at simply reducing costs are not the best solution." In the last Congress, the bill garnered more than 230 cosponsors and passed in the House as part of broader legislation.
Senators and ask them to cosponsor the Seniors Mental Health Access Improvement Act (S.604).
For the second consecutive year, AMT participated as cosponsor of the annual Legislative Symposium and Legislative Day ("Leg Day") on Capitol Hill for members of the clinical laboratory professions.
5585 and to ask your representative to become a cosponsor, visit www.ons.lac.
As a result of those meetings, the groups agreed to cosponsor a national conference to highlight the recommendations and to engage "users" of standards (state and district curriculum specialists, textbook and assessment publishers, K-12 district and teacher leaders, and representatives from higher education and business) in discussions about implications for their work.
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Tell your Representative to cosponsor and vote for H.R.