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“There's something moving here, said David LaMotte, a Raleigh songwriter who works on peace issues for the North Carolina Council of Churches, a co-sponsor of the event.”
“Join Jessica Alba and urge your senators to co-sponsor the Safe Chemicals Act.”
“Anyway Mary Fallin is a co-sponsor of this resolution.”
“And, Perry's judgment was called into question when it was reported that the American Family Association was a co-sponsor.”
“Tata Consultancy Services, with revenue of more than $6.5 billion in 2010, stays in the sport as a co-sponsor of Garmin-Cervélo this season.”
“One Indian company, Tata Consultancy Services, joined the pro peloton last year with a deal to co-sponsor the now-defunct Cervélo TestTeam.”
“One of a handful of top female executives who support the concept of boardroom quotas, this year Ms. Curtis became a co-sponsor of HSBC's diversity program.”
“The co-sponsor of the provision that created the program, Rep. Frank Pallone D., N.J., called the administration's decision "simply wrong.”
“Can you imagine a stranger pair than me and Rand Paul," laughed Mr. McCain of his co-sponsor, who is a libertarian Republican.”
“Or as co-sponsor Rep. Timothy Walz D., Minn. put it: "We are trying to set the bar higher for members of Congress.”
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