Ask your Senator for a Copy of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Draft Text

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The TPP has been under negotiation for three years. U.S. negotiators announced many chapters are nearly completed. And Congress and all 50 state legislatures will have to conform ALL of our laws to the TPP’s expansive rules. So, every U.S. Senator must have a copy of the TPP draft text, right? Contact your Senator to ask for your copy 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 Senator.

3. When a staff member answers the phone, you can use this script: Hi, my name is ______ and I am a constituent of Senator _______. I would like to be sent a copy of the draft text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership “free trade” agreement.

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101-125 of 861 signatures
Number Date Name Add a Comment
761 Fri Jul 13 23:18:44 EDT 2012 LAURIE LAGOE
760 Fri Jul 13 22:33:56 EDT 2012 Dan Fullerton
759 Fri Jul 13 22:32:47 EDT 2012 Javier Rivera
758 Fri Jul 13 22:10:38 EDT 2012 Helen Buttel
757 Fri Jul 13 21:48:19 EDT 2012 Areil Larsen
756 Fri Jul 13 21:40:30 EDT 2012 Ken Lundgreen
755 Fri Jul 13 21:37:40 EDT 2012 Karen Berger
754 Fri Jul 13 21:29:04 EDT 2012 Linda Rust
753 Fri Jul 13 21:12:01 EDT 2012 Clarycel Lauer
752 Fri Jul 13 21:01:25 EDT 2012 James McIntosh
751 Fri Jul 13 20:05:20 EDT 2012 Merius Atangcho
750 Fri Jul 13 20:03:04 EDT 2012 Kyle Chidester
749 Fri Jul 13 20:02:56 EDT 2012 Rev. Jake Harrisoin
748 Fri Jul 13 19:46:03 EDT 2012 Maureen Gilll
747 Fri Jul 13 19:28:15 EDT 2012 jon Feinstein's staff said they'd email her working copy this AM, haven't seen it yet [late afternoon]...

Didn't bother B. Boxer, she always does the right thing.
746 Fri Jul 13 19:15:56 EDT 2012 Adam Hammick
745 Fri Jul 13 19:14:24 EDT 2012 Kirk Ramble
744 Fri Jul 13 19:09:13 EDT 2012 Jimmy Arnett
743 Fri Jul 13 19:08:48 EDT 2012 Jon Anderholm
742 Fri Jul 13 19:07:21 EDT 2012 Dan Buckles TPP is another NAFTA but on steroids giving corporations more rights than our own companies.
741 Fri Jul 13 19:05:40 EDT 2012 Dennis Hill
740 Fri Jul 13 18:53:36 EDT 2012 Ron Swanstrom
739 Fri Jul 13 18:13:17 EDT 2012 Stephen Hackney
738 Fri Jul 13 17:45:24 EDT 2012 Anne Bodin I called my senators' offices and was told that they have not had access to the TPPA, but each has written a letter to the Administration requesting the draft. I asked to be advised about this when they More....
737 Fri Jul 13 17:30:24 EDT 2012 Marsha Beck
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