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Join the Global Fight-Back Against TPP

Trade officials from the U.S. and eleven Pacific Rim nations—Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, and Vietnam— have been in negotiations cloaked in secrecy. They want to complete a new Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) "free trade" agreement that could eventually include every Pacific Rim nation from China and Russia to Indonesia. America's worst job-offshoring corporations, major global banks, agribusiness, and pharmaceutical giants want this deal to be a corporate power tool with unprecedented attacks on our most basic rights and needs.


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Write Your Representative to Vote ‘No’ on TPP

  • The finally public text reveals that the TPP would offshore more American jobs, lower our wages, flood us with unsafe imported food, raise the price of medicines and expose our laws to attack in foreign tribunals. It is clearer than ever that the TPP might be a good deal for the multinational corporations that influenced the secret negotiations — but it is not a good deal for the rest of us.


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