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.

4. Let us know how your call went!

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76-100 of 861 signatures
Number Date Name Add a Comment
786 Sat Jul 14 17:58:56 EDT 2012 arnold johnson
785 Sat Jul 14 17:51:01 EDT 2012 John McGloin OCCUPY TRANSPARENCY
784 Sat Jul 14 17:30:46 EDT 2012 John Moszyk
783 Sat Jul 14 17:11:54 EDT 2012 Emily Lubahn
782 Sat Jul 14 17:11:49 EDT 2012 Emily Lubahn
781 Sat Jul 14 17:08:27 EDT 2012 Dolores Tippett
780 Sat Jul 14 16:53:52 EDT 2012 Matt Courter
779 Sat Jul 14 16:43:51 EDT 2012 Stephen Zecher I have emailed this request to KERRY & BROWN.
778 Sat Jul 14 14:44:05 EDT 2012 Steven Mayo NAFTA was terrible, so the TPP must be stopped or changed.
777 Sat Jul 14 13:34:38 EDT 2012 Doris (Jody) Wilson 204 -->203I left a telephone message on Senator Patty Murray's voicemail at her local Seattle office, requesting a copy of the draft text be sent to my home address. Senator Maria Cantwell's local phone was busy.
776 Sat Jul 14 13:17:47 EDT 2012 Denise Cameron
775 Sat Jul 14 13:11:57 EDT 2012 Jim Mora
774 Sat Jul 14 12:35:16 EDT 2012 Marcus Sanchez
773 Sat Jul 14 12:03:44 EDT 2012 Steven Clawges
772 Sat Jul 14 10:28:19 EDT 2012 Danielle Gaskin
771 Sat Jul 14 09:55:06 EDT 2012 Mike Laviolette
770 Sat Jul 14 09:47:42 EDT 2012 Darlene Jakusz
769 Sat Jul 14 03:03:04 EDT 2012 Justin Horstmann
768 Sat Jul 14 02:46:17 EDT 2012 Glen Youngblood The voters should be made fully aware of the TPP trade agree,ent and its begative effects on growing the U.S. economy. The TPP can have the same results as NAFTA and the WTO in which free trade is promoted More....
767 Sat Jul 14 02:34:22 EDT 2012 Eleanor Hodges Phones for both Wyden and Merkley were answered by people who seemed uncertain. One said he was "not up to speed" Both said they didn't have copies of the draft agreement. Merkley's person asked for More....
766 Sat Jul 14 02:14:47 EDT 2012 Stephen Oviatt
765 Sat Jul 14 02:00:19 EDT 2012 Ollie Warner
764 Sat Jul 14 01:42:29 EDT 2012 Ginger Novstrup
763 Sat Jul 14 00:19:12 EDT 2012 Tim Lawless
762 Sat Jul 14 00:09:29 EDT 2012 Mark Bales
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