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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
836 Tue Jul 17 12:26:34 EDT 2012 tim gabbert
835 Tue Jul 17 11:24:29 EDT 2012 Dan Fullerton 11:20 A.M. EDT No on answered the phone in Sen. Schumer's office.
Nora responded in Sen. Gillibrand's office, took my e-mail address, and said she'd get back to me, hopefully, on her part, with a More....
834 Mon Jul 16 21:10:18 EDT 2012 B Bittner Corporate whores, all of them!
Sen. Bennet's staffer said they would send it to me, and took my address!
I left a message on Sen. Udall's (Mark, not his cousin Tom who is Senator In New Mexicoo), More....
833 Mon Jul 16 20:53:12 EDT 2012 Martha Scoppa 07-16-12 I called Senator Gillibrand (NY) on my lunch hour today. Was asked to make my request on her website. I just did that from home tonight at 8:00 p.m. I asked for a copy of the draft text More....
832 Mon Jul 16 20:24:18 EDT 2012 Timothy Taylor
831 Mon Jul 16 20:14:09 EDT 2012 Roxann Carmean Floyd Senator Jon Kyl has staff referring consituents to "your trade representative"; however they do not know or do not have a name, number, any inforation really.
830 Mon Jul 16 17:54:43 EDT 2012 Margaret S. KNOEPFLE I called senator Durbin's office. I told him I opposed this trade agreement which appears to be NAFTA on steroids and represents a kind of hardline capitalism that has been rejected by most of the world. More....
829 Mon Jul 16 17:48:41 EDT 2012 Ellen Wright
828 Mon Jul 16 17:40:21 EDT 2012 Anonymous we left a voice mail for Sen. Toomey of Pa. His office did not yet have a draft of it. Said they will email us a research paper on it tomorrow!
827 Mon Jul 16 17:39:07 EDT 2012 Mark and Judy Harvey
826 Mon Jul 16 17:35:35 EDT 2012 Debra Johnson Called Senator Bill Nelson -- Staff said "What?" then I explained what the TPP was -- she said she knew what it was but did not have a copy. I asked twice as to why they had no copy and she said she More....
825 Mon Jul 16 17:34:39 EDT 2012 Mark and Judy Harvey we left a voice mail for Sen. Casey of Pa.
824 Mon Jul 16 17:28:31 EDT 2012 Debra Johnson Called Senator Rubio's office. Got put on hold then transferred to voice mail of Erinn Robinson. Left message requesting the TPP draft be sent to my email addy.
823 Mon Jul 16 17:10:18 EDT 2012 Ruth Sheridan I was unable to get thru on the toll free number, so I called the local offices of our senators. Lisa Murkowski's office suggested that I contact the Dept. of Commerce for information about the trade More....
822 Mon Jul 16 16:56:13 EDT 2012 Cynthia Williams
821 Mon Jul 16 16:37:35 EDT 2012 Paul Peloquin Both of the staff members of Senators Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand office did not know of the TPP. Don't they read the newspapers? Maybe People Magazine. What bill number they asked? Well, it More....
820 Mon Jul 16 15:53:33 EDT 2012 Kelly Hanks
819 Mon Jul 16 15:10:42 EDT 2012 sidney ramsden scott This is a DISASTROUS Trade Agreement!! Have you actually read it?????
818 Mon Jul 16 15:07:13 EDT 2012 Pat O'Connell was told that it's on

817 Mon Jul 16 14:43:53 EDT 2012 John Gubbings Had to leave a message for MD Senator Micholski
816 Mon Jul 16 14:02:47 EDT 2012 Bruce Linton 208 -->207contacted Sen. Carper's office, office staff said they would find out if he has a copy and send it.

contacted Sen. Coons' office, staff named Grace said she would e-mail copy when it is available.
815 Mon Jul 16 13:58:42 EDT 2012 Rudy Cypser Asked Sen Schumer for TPP draft
814 Mon Jul 16 13:53:55 EDT 2012 Miriam Mellman I calle Sen. Feinstein's office and was told to go on line to reterive it. They are too busy to serve each individual request.
813 Mon Jul 16 13:48:42 EDT 2012 DAVID K ELKINS Left message for Sen Boxer on her VM requesting a copy. Spoke to nice lady in Sen Feinstein's office who took down my request, my address, phone #, and email address, and said she would pass the info More....
812 Mon Jul 16 13:22:34 EDT 2012 Martha Bushnell I called. Senator Udall will send me a copy of the draft text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership "free trade" agreement.
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