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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.

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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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226-250 of 1038 signatures
Number Date Name Add a Comment
813 Fri Jun 22 01:06:55 EDT 2012 Jerry T. Payne Please help stop these closed door back room dealings on the TPP negotiations.
812 Fri Jun 22 01:05:02 EDT 2012 Matthew Gossage
811 Fri Jun 22 00:54:30 EDT 2012 yvette sheble A country incapable of feeding, clothing and gainfully employing its populace is doomed to failure through dependency on others. STOP gutting American and start rebuilding.
810 Fri Jun 22 00:51:31 EDT 2012 Duncan Conley
809 Fri Jun 22 00:28:25 EDT 2012 carol reom Sending our jobs oversea is a betrayal of our people.By doing this they have no means of supporting their families or paying taxes. Are you trying to do away with the American family and make us all slaves More....
808 Fri Jun 22 00:27:38 EDT 2012 Jacob Craven
807 Fri Jun 22 00:24:17 EDT 2012 Eric Helgeson
806 Fri Jun 22 00:23:31 EDT 2012 Lewis showers
805 Fri Jun 22 00:22:15 EDT 2012 steve brown If you represent me and my family, you will OPPOSE the Free Trade Agreement with countries arouns the Pacific because the this kind of FTA will only serve the criminal top 1% at the expense of the already More....
804 Fri Jun 22 00:06:43 EDT 2012 Janice Gibeau
803 Thu Jun 21 23:55:25 EDT 2012 Yvonne Westbrook
802 Thu Jun 21 23:46:36 EDT 2012 Lisbeth Isn't it interesting that the first go-around of NAFTA back in the 90's coincided with the rise of "illegal immigrants" from south of the border also in the 90's? As Alice said in Wonderland.: Curiouser More....
801 Thu Jun 21 23:41:00 EDT 2012 Patrick Duncan I called both my senatorial representatives office and spoke with a member of their staff, including the white house staff also.
800 Thu Jun 21 23:40:03 EDT 2012 Ron Hubert
799 Thu Jun 21 23:39:40 EDT 2012 Justin Clayton
798 Thu Jun 21 23:35:57 EDT 2012 Larry Sukut
797 Thu Jun 21 23:30:09 EDT 2012 Roseann DeLuca
796 Thu Jun 21 23:29:03 EDT 2012 David Greene
795 Thu Jun 21 23:29:03 EDT 2012 David Greene
794 Thu Jun 21 23:28:54 EDT 2012 Caleb
793 Thu Jun 21 23:23:38 EDT 2012 George Kearney NAFTA, CAFTA and now SHAFTA.
792 Thu Jun 21 23:19:35 EDT 2012 Mary Gardner
791 Thu Jun 21 23:19:24 EDT 2012 Anonymous
790 Thu Jun 21 23:09:28 EDT 2012 Arthur Flood
789 Thu Jun 21 23:07:24 EDT 2012 Linda Kane
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