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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Number Date Name Add a Comment
711 Fri Jul 13 14:59:38 EDT 2012 John Meyer
710 Fri Jul 13 14:54:28 EDT 2012 Patrick A. Sigala Called Sen. Boxers office. Asked her rep. for copy of daft TPP AGEEMENT. Was given runaround. Called her message #, asked what was UP with TPP AREEMENT. To let me know.
709 Fri Jul 13 14:53:57 EDT 2012 Virginia Lee I followed up on a call I made yesterday to Stewart at Senator Lee's office. Stewart had suggested going to www.thomas.loc.gov, a Library of Congress website. The text of the TPP was not there. The More....
708 Fri Jul 13 14:53:07 EDT 2012 Calvin Huang
707 Fri Jul 13 14:46:26 EDT 2012 annette bailey one in washington office gave website, the other said they'd have to check firs and call me back
706 Fri Jul 13 14:40:13 EDT 2012 William Stone "It is being considered by the house, and Senator Hagan has not yet considered the issue. We have no copy of the agreement, you need to contact the House comittee."
705 Fri Jul 13 14:28:35 EDT 2012 Robert Chevere A staff member of Senator Coons called Megan after I asked for the copy of the trade agreement she put me on hold to find out about it, she came back on the phone asked me for a bill number, I told her More....
704 Fri Jul 13 14:27:16 EDT 2012 Tom Helm Senator Boxer's office referred me to USTR.gov.
Senator Feinstein's office referred me to http://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/row/R40502.pdf. Neither had a copy in their office to send me.
703 Fri Jul 13 14:26:37 EDT 2012 nancy gutierrez
702 Fri Jul 13 14:26:18 EDT 2012 Kandyce Fisher I would like to know the details of this agreement.
701 Fri Jul 13 14:25:57 EDT 2012 Geoff Leavell
700 Fri Jul 13 14:25:54 EDT 2012 Carol Boyle Senator Bob Casey's staff member said she would pass my concerns along to him. I expressed concern about preserving environmental protection, product standards, and food safety (under the Treaty's
"regulatory More....
699 Fri Jul 13 14:15:44 EDT 2012 Armand Ramirez Iwould like to know the details of this agreement. I'm assuming that it is modeled after NAFTA which like the others which followed it, has done noting to improve the lives of and working conditions of More....
698 Fri Jul 13 14:13:19 EDT 2012 Armand Ramirez Iwould like to know the details of this agreement. I'm assuming that it is modeled after NAFTA which like the others which followed it, has done noting to improve the lives of working people in any any More....
697 Fri Jul 13 14:04:06 EDT 2012 Dinah Jentgen Tom Udall's aide directed me to ustr.gov. It does have some articles on TPP posted, but the aide said the Senator will have the text once it is finished.
696 Fri Jul 13 14:00:26 EDT 2012 Jack Barrett
695 Fri Jul 13 14:00:16 EDT 2012 Denise Black
694 Fri Jul 13 13:58:35 EDT 2012 annette bailey One person said, sure, we'll send to you a copy and the other tripped all over the place not knowing what to do and said he'd check if the senator
could do that or what medium to send it to me another More....
693 Fri Jul 13 13:56:25 EDT 2012 eric meyers
692 Fri Jul 13 13:56:25 EDT 2012 eric meyers
691 Fri Jul 13 13:51:02 EDT 2012 Mary Lucas Called Senator Hagan's office (NC). They were courteous but didn't know what I was talking about at first..but took the time to find out. Sent me to the Committee on Terroism and Trade (interesting More....
690 Fri Jul 13 13:49:32 EDT 2012 Anonymous
689 Fri Jul 13 13:41:19 EDT 2012 Rita Fahrner
688 Fri Jul 13 13:33:32 EDT 2012 Mark M Giese I e-mailed.
687 Fri Jul 13 13:32:28 EDT 2012 Louis Albano
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