Co-sponsors in the Senate and House for the 113th Congress of the Uniting American Families Act (UAFA). Bill numbers for House and Senate are below with links to the Library of Congress' Thomas database.
U.S. Senate Co-Sponsors
U.S. House of Representatives Co-Sponsors
What's a Co-Sponsor?
From the Library of Congress:
"A cosponsor is a member of Congress who has joined one or more members in his/her chamber (i.e., House or Senate) to sponsor a bill or amendment. The first member to "sign onto" a bill is considered the "sponsor," members subsequently signing on are "cosponsors." Any number of members may cosponsor a bill in the House or Senate."