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Letter To President Obama: From Members of Congress Opposing “Fast Track” For The Trans-Pacific Partnership

If the Trans-Pacific Partnership is approved, American workers will be forced to compete with workers in countries like Vietnam, with a minimum wage of 25 cents an hour. It’s not just manufacturing jobs that are at risk – multinational corporations will happily auction off information technology and tech support jobs to the lowest bidder.
Negotiators are seeking "fast track" authority for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which blocks any changes or amendments to the trade deal and only allows for an "up or down" vote by Congress.
Stopping fast track is the only real way to change the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Tell your members of Congress to stand against "Fast Track" and the Trans-Pacific Partnership. TAKEACTION: http://action.cwa-union.org/c/1372/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=7357
Read the following letter to see if you’re Member of Congress Opposes “Fast Track.”
In Unity There Is Strength:
Liz VanDerWoude, President, CWA Local 4250
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