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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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126-150 of 1038 signatures
Number Date Name Add a Comment
913 Fri Jun 22 17:04:51 EDT 2012 LORETTA Bodiford The GOP continually harps about the Constitution while behind the scenes doing whatever corporations want in direct violation of Constitutional principals! A majority in our Congress speak with forked More....
912 Fri Jun 22 16:50:22 EDT 2012 jeffery Hinrichsen
911 Fri Jun 22 16:49:47 EDT 2012 Walt Lynds Just call Owens took just 2 min.
910 Fri Jun 22 16:20:16 EDT 2012 Anonymous
909 Fri Jun 22 16:01:54 EDT 2012 John Hartman I spoke with Rep John Sullivan's staff. They said they would get back with me via email about the Miller-DeLauro letter. I explained the importance of the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations and the More....
908 Fri Jun 22 15:45:05 EDT 2012 Elizabeth Alvarado You are going to see a lot of workers lose their jobs, then what are you going to do support all the familes, that have lost thier jobs, we have worked all our lives, not once askedi help from the state More....
907 Fri Jun 22 15:36:06 EDT 2012 edwin Gabler I just called Steny Hoyer's office and left a request that he sign on to the letter. I got the usual I'll-pass-it-on response.
906 Fri Jun 22 15:19:15 EDT 2012 james schroeder
905 Fri Jun 22 14:34:25 EDT 2012 Thomas Fitzgerald
904 Fri Jun 22 14:32:21 EDT 2012 Robert Johnson
903 Fri Jun 22 14:19:07 EDT 2012 Lynette Hebaichi
902 Fri Jun 22 14:16:52 EDT 2012 Kay I spoke with a staff member in Rep. Rush's office and he stated he would pass along my comment to Rep. Rush.
901 Fri Jun 22 14:07:55 EDT 2012 Sharon Dymowski
900 Fri Jun 22 13:59:28 EDT 2012 Elinor Carlson
899 Fri Jun 22 13:54:57 EDT 2012 Joel Henry No more '-AFTA's'. Government must not be the prostitute of multinational corporations. This is fascism.
898 Fri Jun 22 13:53:39 EDT 2012 JAN Gilbert message with staff She was curteous as usual
897 Fri Jun 22 13:50:00 EDT 2012 Patricia Kelly
896 Fri Jun 22 13:45:43 EDT 2012 Peter Bishop I left a message urging my representative to please support transparency for the TPP.
895 Fri Jun 22 13:42:37 EDT 2012 vin agmeno
894 Fri Jun 22 13:41:47 EDT 2012 Marybelle Suczek SPOKE WITH A STAFF MEMBER AND LEFT A MESSAGE.
893 Fri Jun 22 13:34:55 EDT 2012 Mark M Giese I e-mailed.
892 Fri Jun 22 13:29:47 EDT 2012 Joe Hernandez
891 Fri Jun 22 13:20:28 EDT 2012 Tom Padwa They thanked me for the comments and would pass them along.
890 Fri Jun 22 13:11:18 EDT 2012 dan stevens
889 Fri Jun 22 12:53:41 EDT 2012 Anonymous I called Senator Boxer and Senator Feinstein's offices and left messages through an actual person to support transparency for the TPP. I also called Susan Davis office in San Diego.
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