Definition of Bipartisan Bill
What is a bipartisan bill? What is the definition of the term bipartisan bill?
A bipartisan bill is a bill that has the support of both parties.
Bipartisan support of a bill usually comes through negotiations, give-and-take and compromise.
On rare occasions, Democrats and Republicans will both back a bill without any compromise or negotiations.
In order for a bill to be "bipartisan", a country must have a two party system (such as the United states).
The term "bipartisan" can also refers to acts, resolutions and other decrees of government that have the support of both parties.
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