Bipartisan

Cheesy Corporate Lingo CheesyCorporateLingo.com 17 October 2012

 

(1).  A method of passing legislation by agreement of both political parties.  It is usually used to describe legislation which has failed to pass at all.

 

“We have appointed a bipartisan sub-committee to review the findings of the bipartisan special commitee on the actions of the bipartisan standing committee appointed by Congress in a bipartisan manner to investigate allegations that the bipartisan sub-committee manipulated their findings for partisan purposes.”