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Caddy McKeown, D-Coos Bay, and Cliff Bentz, R-Ontario -- a bipartisan, bicameral quartet dubbed the Fab Four.
The suit, filed against the California secretary of state, Alex Padilla, who oversees election laws in California, calls for an increase in the membership of the bicameral Legislature, which since 1862 has capped the number of lawmakers at 120.
Capriglione, Goldman, Turner and Nelson formed a bi-partisan, bicameral coalition to help Tarrant County College create broader investment options.
A bipartisan, bicameral group of lawmakers joined Trump, including House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Democratic Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Heidi Heitkamp, as well as anti-human trafficking experts and leaders.
Lawmakers in both parties want to convene a special congressional bipartisan, bicameral commission or a blue-ribbon panel of experts.
The 1993 Constitution, approved by 52 percent of Peruvians, allowed immediate presidential reelection, abolished the bicameral structure and brought back capital punishment.
Prior to McCament’s memo, 10 members of the South Florida congressional delegation sent a bipartisan, bicameral letter to Homeland Security pushing for an extension of the immigration protection.
UPDATED JUNE 19: Added bicameral legislation, CARERS Act, that seeks to protect state medical marijuana programs, and enable research and veterans’ access.
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BICAMERAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bicameral for English Language Learners
: having two parts
Medical Definition of bicameral
: having two chambers
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