Fight for Fair Trade - Stop CAFTA-NAFTA Expansion

THIS IS THE FINAL WEEK  to act to stop the NAFTA disaster from multiplying by 6 more countries via the Central America Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA). If you want trade justice, follow the steps below.


We Need 5,000 calls by July 28
to stop CAFTA-NAFTA Expansion!


  1. Call your Representative toll free 1-800-718-1008.  Don't know who
    your Representative is?  Click here to find out!
  2. Ask to speak to the person who handles trade issues. Tell the office you want your Rep to vote NO on CAFTA and ask for a response letter or email stating the Rep's position.  Click here for more on what to say when you call.
  3. Reporting back  is critical to our success- tell us what happened using the form below! 
  4. After you've reported back, use the spread-the-word form to tell others how they can help get us to our 5,000 call goal.

Click here for more details on CAFTA

August 27, 2016


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Fight for Fair Trade - Stop CAFTA-NAFTA Expansion