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101-125 of 1038 signatures
Number Date Name Add a Comment
938 Sat Jun 23 06:53:35 EDT 2012 Catherine Miller
937 Sat Jun 23 04:39:34 EDT 2012 Anonymous
936 Sat Jun 23 01:39:38 EDT 2012 Adelia Vachon Keep all government talks which don't involve national security transparent. Taxpayers( voters) have a right to know what they are paying for in our country's business and by our elected (appointed) More....
935 Fri Jun 22 23:44:43 EDT 2012 thomas Larko
934 Fri Jun 22 21:52:32 EDT 2012 Ciiff Stepina
933 Fri Jun 22 21:44:39 EDT 2012 Annette Paquet
932 Fri Jun 22 21:22:45 EDT 2012 Anonymous It would better to prioritize creating good jobs for people that live in America, Trickle down didn't work under Regan or Nixon, The profits from outsourcing American workers jobs have been trickling up More....
931 Fri Jun 22 21:21:51 EDT 2012 Diana Nelson It would better to prioritize creating good jobs for people that live in America, Trickle down didn't work under Regan or Nixon, The profits from outsourcing American workers jobs have been trickling up More....
930 Fri Jun 22 21:19:34 EDT 2012 Diana Nelson It would better to prioritize creating good jobs for people that live in America, Trickle down didn't work under Regan or Nixon, The profits from outsourcing American workers jobs have been trickling up More....
929 Fri Jun 22 21:06:18 EDT 2012 Donna5 Reilly I left a detaile message for Rep. Ed Markey, my rep.

Donna Segreti Reilly
Winthrop, MA 02152-2907
928 Fri Jun 22 20:42:29 EDT 2012 Dale Mohr Who can expect transparency in the TPP negotiations no matter what is promised?
927 Fri Jun 22 20:21:33 EDT 2012 Tim Lawless
926 Fri Jun 22 20:20:03 EDT 2012 michael maggied
925 Fri Jun 22 20:01:50 EDT 2012 Ellen Caldwell
924 Fri Jun 22 19:26:44 EDT 2012 Anonymous
923 Fri Jun 22 18:53:16 EDT 2012 Keith D'Alessandro
922 Fri Jun 22 18:52:21 EDT 2012 Anthony &Mary Ann Rotondo Just when does the US become our priority. These deals are
killing our jobs. NAFTA agreements must be done away with before it is too late.
921 Fri Jun 22 18:51:01 EDT 2012 Richard Clemens
920 Fri Jun 22 18:39:52 EDT 2012 Nancy Ferkingstad
919 Fri Jun 22 18:26:34 EDT 2012 Frederick Stamberger
918 Fri Jun 22 18:25:04 EDT 2012 Kelly Fowler
917 Fri Jun 22 18:18:16 EDT 2012 Benjamin Adler
916 Fri Jun 22 17:57:13 EDT 2012 Julian Chazin
915 Fri Jun 22 17:10:16 EDT 2012 Stephanie Eastwood Staffer at Ron Kind's local office took my comment and already knew about this.
914 Fri Jun 22 17:08:45 EDT 2012 C E Krause The TPP is the absolute last straw!!! We, the 99% worldwide say NO.
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