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Tell your representative to take a stand against closed door negotiations in the Trans-Pacific Partnership and sign on to the Miller-DeLauro letter today.

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1. Call 1-888-291-9824 to be connected to the Capitol switchboard.

2. Ask to be connected with your representative.

3. When a staff member answers the phone, you can use this script: Hi, my name is ______ and I am a constituent of Representative _______. I would like for him to be a cosponsor on the Miller-DeLauro letter and support openness and transparency in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement.

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Number Date Name Add a Comment
1038 Wed Jan 08 10:15:29 EST 2014 peter lopez
1037 Tue Dec 03 00:14:12 EST 2013 don wleklinski
1036 Sun Nov 17 13:26:53 EST 2013 Bonita McKee Please provide transparency in the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement. Do not Fast Track this agreement. Thanls
1035 Sun Nov 17 11:36:32 EST 2013 Robert Ott
1034 Sun Nov 17 08:23:49 EST 2013 jerry saylor this has to be stopped nothing more damming to the world populist
1033 Sun Nov 17 05:53:15 EST 2013 Anonymous
1032 Sun Nov 17 05:07:26 EST 2013 Anonymous
1031 Sat Nov 16 23:05:50 EST 2013 Karen Do not give corporations like Monsanto such unstoppable power. They are slowly but surely poisoning the planet and all its living creatures. This is the beginning of the end of life on this planet. More....
1030 Sat Nov 16 17:21:16 EST 2013 Anonymous
1029 Sat Nov 16 12:16:48 EST 2013 Mary LaFever
1028 Sat Nov 16 03:38:01 EST 2013 Anonymous
1027 Fri Nov 15 23:02:57 EST 2013 Olga Flowers
1026 Fri Nov 15 17:00:41 EST 2013 Anonymous
1025 Fri Nov 15 16:45:35 EST 2013 Anonymous
1023 Fri Nov 15 15:57:04 EST 2013 andy s
1022 Fri Nov 15 09:33:19 EST 2013 Lea Tolley Closed door negotiations?? Never a good thing! Please say no to this and start doing what is right and good for this country instead. America can't take much more of this kind of disgrace!
1021 Fri Nov 15 09:17:02 EST 2013 Fern Henley a global community of sovereign nation states will not happen with TPP. TPP means more economic injustice and less sovereign for all nations. Slaves and masters do not make for support of the human species. More....
1020 Fri Nov 15 09:16:48 EST 2013 Catherine Arnesen Please put an immediate stop to this.
1019 Fri Nov 15 05:02:04 EST 2013 Billy Daniels
1018 Fri Nov 15 00:36:50 EST 2013 Hong Giap See
1017 Fri Nov 15 00:00:32 EST 2013 Dr. David Gilbertson
1016 Thu Nov 14 20:32:29 EST 2013 nathan stewart
1015 Thu Nov 14 19:58:40 EST 2013 Anonymous
1014 Thu Nov 14 19:23:32 EST 2013 Anonymous
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