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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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201-225 of 1038 signatures
Number Date Name Add a Comment
838 Fri Jun 22 08:50:39 EDT 2012 James Artman This trade agreement is essentially another bow to big business and will produce more grief for the average citizen already burdened by the banking catastrophe.
Please oppose this and other such agreements.
Thank More....
837 Fri Jun 22 08:48:45 EDT 2012 Patrick Stroud
836 Fri Jun 22 08:43:05 EDT 2012 linda haywood
835 Fri Jun 22 08:32:09 EDT 2012 MIchael Falk
834 Fri Jun 22 08:19:13 EDT 2012 Felicia Williams
833 Fri Jun 22 07:56:18 EDT 2012 Leann Enos
832 Fri Jun 22 07:51:35 EDT 2012 Tim Lienau Remember that sucking sound from Mr. Pero. prior to NAFTA I sure do not want anymore job losses do to stupid trade deals!

Left a message with Ron Kind's office
831 Fri Jun 22 07:46:29 EDT 2012 Jeffrey Handford
830 Fri Jun 22 07:40:24 EDT 2012 Thomas Perez
829 Fri Jun 22 07:37:00 EDT 2012 Leslie Stephens
828 Fri Jun 22 07:28:04 EDT 2012 Dawn Paoletti
827 Fri Jun 22 07:10:32 EDT 2012 Robert Richtfort
826 Fri Jun 22 06:40:45 EDT 2012 Ken Canty
825 Fri Jun 22 06:23:48 EDT 2012 Ashley Rowland
824 Fri Jun 22 05:19:01 EDT 2012 Anonymous Left voicemail. Called too early, but called.
823 Fri Jun 22 04:55:00 EDT 2012 Charles Bufe These secret negotiations do not bode well for the American worker or for the environment.
822 Fri Jun 22 04:49:03 EDT 2012 Peter Mancino Dear representative Tim bishop and Rep Schumer Please take a stand against closed door negotiations in the Trans-Pacific Partnership and sign on to the Miller-DeLauro letter today.
821 Fri Jun 22 04:36:22 EDT 2012 Kathleen O'Neill
820 Fri Jun 22 04:12:19 EDT 2012 Sarah Banks
819 Fri Jun 22 03:20:56 EDT 2012 Burt Furuta
818 Fri Jun 22 02:50:36 EDT 2012 Dale Cain No more trade agreements that hurt the American worker!
817 Fri Jun 22 02:36:43 EDT 2012 Astrid Giese-Zimmer
816 Fri Jun 22 02:21:53 EDT 2012 Anonymous Globally competitive wages? Globally competitive housing! If a company enjoys an advantage by hiring outside the US, then that company must be made to compensate for the expense of having an unemployed More....
815 Fri Jun 22 01:33:08 EDT 2012 phoury chhun
814 Fri Jun 22 01:13:36 EDT 2012 Denise Pierce
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