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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.
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The program has been continued by Moorehead's wife, Betty, and his daughter, Becky Hoag, in partnership and cosponsorship with George H.
Five Members of the House of Representatives and two Senators have added their cosponsorship to a resolution opposing "any new performance fee, tax, royalty, or other charge" on local broadcast radio stations.
announced the Philippines's cosponsorship of United Nations Security Council (UNSC) Resolution 2462 on combating the financing of terrorism.
She added, 'Cosponsorship of 83 states was a reiteration of the international community's continued support for the peoples' right to self-determination as a fundamental human right.
Michael Bennet (D., Colo.) and Dean Heller (R., Nev.) introduced the Senate version, with the original cosponsorship of Sens.
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'She was one speck that made the lives of so many other specks much, much better,' he said in his cosponsorship speech.
That summer our collaboration grew further, with cosponsorship of the American Historical Association (AHA), when Reznick represented NLM on another panel of public scholars, which included Katherine Ott, curator, Division of Medicine and Science of the National Museum of American History, and Christine Sizemore, chief, Tuberculosis, Leprosy and Other Mycobacterial Diseases Section, NIAID.
And in places like Connecticut, where the cosponsorship model is well known, volunteer numbers have skyrocketed, allowing us to almost double the number of refugees resettled.
Its House counterpart has received the bipartisan cosponsorship of 150 representatives.