Stop the TPP

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) would lock the United States into its current broken copyright rules and empower foreign corporations to sue us if we reform them. Vital components of U.S. law such as fair use and net neutrality are missing or non-binding in the TPP.

The TPP is bad for users’ rights both in the U.S. and abroad. Please call your representative and demand that they oppose the TPP.

Despite immense, bipartisan opposition, the White House is more determined than ever to force a post-election, “lame-duck” vote on the TPP. The lame duck session is the time when representatives are often least accountable to their constituents, as many of them are retiring or have been voted out of office. We can’t let Congress sneak the TPP through during the lame duck session.

Make no mistake: the TPP is not dead. In August, the Obama administration sent Congress the last official document required before the legislation implementing TPP can go for a vote. That vote could happen any day.

We can keep the TPP from passing during lame duck, but it will only work if representatives know that we’re watching them. After you call your own Representative, please send this page to your friends so that they can call too.

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