Update #7 ·

#TPPTuesday, January 21, 2014

1) Holding Elected Officials Accountable

  • #TPPTuesday PHOTO: Constituents urge @RepDuckworth to save IL jobs by opposing Fast Track for the #TPPpic.twitter.com/tuajIS7S8M
  • Will @RepDuckworth get the msg? Constituents urge her to vote NO on Fast Track for the #TPPhttp://fb.me/6FXOMPrrc #TPPTuesday
  • Las Vegas delivers a coffin full of anti-#TPP, anti-Fast Track letters to @SenatorReid http://tinyurl.com/mjwnbej#TPPTuesday
  • Wisconsin continues to tell @RepRonKind that Fast Track is wrong track for the state http://tinyurl.com/m3gnald#TPPTuesday
  • Protesters call out "Benedict @MaxBaucus Arnold" at Fast Track hearing for #TPP pic.twitter.com/RfR2fhJQcj#TPPTuesday


2) Crashing the Senate Hearing on Fast Track

  • #TPP PIC: Anti-Fast Track voices were loud and clear at Senate hearing pic.twitter.com/ClVhx9YhL8#TPPTuesday
  • VIDEO: Protesters slam #TPP at Fast Track hearing by outgoing Sen @MaxBaucus http://tinyurl.com/l4bp88v#TPPTuesday
  • Nobody's fooled: Fast Track for the #TPP would fast track a race to the bottom pic.twitter.com/gPevussNUe#TPPTuesday


3) Getting Ready for the January 31st TPP Day of Action

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    UPDATE: 1/10/14 @12:30PM PST A fast-track bill was introduced in Congress yesterday. NOW is the time to take action to stop the TPP before it's too late!  The Obama administration has been engaged in secret negotiations with trade officials from eleven Pacific Rim nations - Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, and Vietnam - to create a massive…

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