TODAY: Call Your Rep. Against the TPP!

The fate of the corporate-rigged Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is being decided right now. Dozens of organizations are working together to make TODAY a nationwide TPP Call-In Day to press our Representatives to publicly announce their opposition to the TPP before the election.

Call your Representative now at (202) 224-3121. When you reach a staffer or leave a message, you can say something like:

"I urge you to make a public statement in opposition to the TPP now, before the election."

When you've made your call, please report it below.

TPP backers are working now to generate enough congressional support to pass the deal in a lame-duck session of Congress, after the election. We can foil their plan if we force members of Congress to take a public position against the agreement now, before Election Day.

The TPP would grant corporations new rights to sue the U.S. and other governments before a panel of corporate lawyers that can award unlimited sums, including for loss of future expected profits, to be paid by taxpayers when corporations claim government policies violate the new entitlements the TPP would promise them. In practice, the U.S. is likely to change its policies rather than pay TPP claims, and for poorer countries, it's not even a realistic choice. Even the threat of a TPP lawsuit is likely to deter a poorer country from exercising its rights.

Call your Representative now at (202) 224-3121 to urge them to issue a public statement opposing the TPP.

When you've made your call, please report it below.

Told him to speak louder vs it.

the woman who answered was kind and efficient to take name and phone

1. ISDS CLAUSE is reason alone to block the TPP
2. Introduce a New Bill to require states to refine oil and petroleum in states where the product is discovered and to block the transport of oil across aquifers and lands already stolen from the Native Americans.

Said that they would pass along my urging to speak even more loudly vs the TPP & NOT let it pass through

Said that they would pass along my urging to speak even more loudly vs the TPP & NOT let it pass through

Rep. Engels' staffer thanked me for the call and said he would pass on my comments in their entirety to him-

Called and left message w/ staffer.

I called Congressman Paul Tonko of New York. I made the recommended statement. The person who answered asked my address and thanked me for calling.

Called Mike Rogers, Alabama
Bland response
They liistened and said "Thank you, have a nice day!"

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