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!

Here’s what to do:

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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Number Date Name Add a Comment
811 Mon Jul 16 13:21:15 EDT 2012 Christine Eardley
810 Mon Jul 16 12:15:40 EDT 2012 Faye Soares
809 Mon Jul 16 10:48:35 EDT 2012 Anonymous I called Sen. Burr's office (NC) and was transferred twice when I made the request. The last # went to a voice mailbox and I left a message requesting a copy of the agreement.
808 Mon Jul 16 09:53:17 EDT 2012 Janet Bender
807 Mon Jul 16 07:43:05 EDT 2012 Todd Johnston "A popular Government, without popular information, or the means of acquiring it, is but a prologue to a farce or a tragedy; or, perhaps both. Knowledge will forever govern ignorance; and a people who More....
806 Sun Jul 15 21:32:57 EDT 2012 Sherwood Johnson
805 Sun Jul 15 20:49:42 EDT 2012 Mark Benson
804 Sun Jul 15 20:41:20 EDT 2012 jason d
803 Sun Jul 15 20:31:36 EDT 2012 Karin Clayton
802 Sun Jul 15 19:35:15 EDT 2012 bill legere
801 Sun Jul 15 18:54:39 EDT 2012 Ruth Moskowitz
800 Sun Jul 15 18:21:56 EDT 2012 Donald Waltman
799 Sun Jul 15 16:37:42 EDT 2012 Ray Falvey
798 Sun Jul 15 16:37:42 EDT 2012 Ray Falvey
797 Sun Jul 15 12:51:05 EDT 2012 G h
796 Sun Jul 15 12:47:04 EDT 2012 Leland Griffin Jr Left a Message at Sen. Gillibrand's office.
795 Sun Jul 15 12:11:09 EDT 2012 John Dear
794 Sun Jul 15 12:07:22 EDT 2012 larry lindbloom
793 Sun Jul 15 12:07:21 EDT 2012 larry lindbloom
792 Sun Jul 15 10:51:21 EDT 2012 Jeanne Larson Left messages at Herb Kohl and Ron Johnson's offices.
791 Sun Jul 15 10:06:48 EDT 2012 Mike sullivan
790 Sat Jul 14 23:28:08 EDT 2012 M.G. Carbone
789 Sat Jul 14 22:51:10 EDT 2012 Steve Pagano
788 Sat Jul 14 18:54:42 EDT 2012 Gloria Morrison I left the message on the voicemail and my address with both of my senators - Hutcheson and Cornyn.
787 Sat Jul 14 18:20:35 EDT 2012 Osvaldo Rios Called, but I only got his voice mail, so I left a message asking him to send a copy of the draft text of the TPP to me, and I, of course, left my address.
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