Derail the Trans-Pacific Partnership

No backroom deals for the 1%

Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) “free trade” agreement talks resume this September in Leesburg, Virginia. Once again, negotiations will take place with the public locked out and the texts held in tight secrecy, meanwhile over 600 corporate have regular access to the negotiating texts. On the table is a veritable smorgasbord of extreme new corporate rights to slam the 99%. Tell Ron Kirk to release the text of the TPP draft texts to ensure that public health and access to life-saving medicines aren’t on the bargaining table.

Sign the TPP Petition below

Dear U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk:

Americans deserve the right to know what U.S. trade negotiators are proposing in our name.

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) “free trade” agreement is likely to impact jobs, wages, agriculture, migration, the environment, access to medicine, consumer safety, banking regulations, indigenous rights, Internet freedom, government procurement and more. A pact this far-reaching should be negotiated in the most transparent and participatory manner possible.

Please publicly release all the TPP proposals now.


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Number Date Name Location
1525 Sat Jan 31 13:40:46 EST 2015 Jeannine Moore HI
1524 Sat Jan 31 11:47:35 EST 2015 Beth Wood AL Please publicly release all TPP proposals NOW!!!
1523 Fri Jan 30 15:44:55 EST 2015 Amy Finnegan MD
1522 Fri Jan 30 15:19:14 EST 2015 Erin Huffer-Ethial CA
1521 Fri Jan 30 12:19:05 EST 2015 Deb Baker CA
1520 Fri Jan 30 12:13:32 EST 2015 Deborah Durkin FL Enough! Aren't we on our knees already?
1519 Fri Jan 30 11:59:31 EST 2015 Tadd Pallick MI
1518 Thu Jan 29 20:42:55 EST 2015 Anonymous IL This secrecy so unamerican!
1517 Thu Jan 29 14:36:15 EST 2015 steve IL Transparency is a mark of freedom. Not debating laws publicly is incompatible with freedom.
1516 Thu Jan 22 22:25:25 EST 2015 Don Snow MT
1515 Tue Jan 20 08:09:33 EST 2015 Robert Albritton FL
1514 Sat Jan 17 14:54:46 EST 2015 Maria Miller MI
1513 Sat Jan 17 11:02:07 EST 2015 Scott Whiting NY
1512 Thu Jan 15 14:38:58 EST 2015 robert&jean dinwiddie MO
1511 Mon Jan 12 19:05:25 EST 2015 Ronald Clancy CA
1510 Wed Dec 10 13:16:34 EST 2014 Ryan Cooley CA
1509 Tue Oct 28 17:34:52 EDT 2014 charlene pollard TN
1508 Thu Aug 14 01:50:10 EDT 2014 Nancy Holland CA
1507 Mon Jun 02 21:01:28 EDT 2014 Lisa Mair MA
1506 Tue May 20 21:00:48 EDT 2014 Allison Sears OK The treaty - agreement of the TPP sounds like total destruction to the Hope, Justice and Freedom from Restrictions that all humans need to thrive. Man needs less restrictions to do great scientific work, More....
1505 Sat May 17 12:34:34 EDT 2014 Ashlie Timm IL
1504 Sun Apr 27 13:19:10 EDT 2014 David Green CA
1503 Sun Apr 20 11:23:57 EDT 2014 Billy Griffin AL
1502 Mon Apr 14 22:44:57 EDT 2014 Ron Sr. Herrera CA
1501 Wed Apr 09 19:06:08 EDT 2014 Anonymous WI It's "We the People," not "We the Corporations." I - like millions - oppose the TPP Fast Track.
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