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Emergency Chapel Hill picket to #StopFastTrack (5/28)

Jeremy Sprinkle
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Time for Rep. David Price to say where he stands on fast-tracking dangerous new trade agreements

Yesterday the U.S. Senate approved fast track of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. This is not a surprise - we knew from the beginning this would happen.

But what does this mean for the future of the TPP? It means we have to keep up the fight in the U.S. House!

Rep. David Price is still a key vote and has not stated his position on fast track, so we're going to increase the pressure on him to side with his constituents and against fast track for the TPP!

What: Picket to Stop Fast Track and the TPP
When: Thursday, May 28, 2015 from 4 to 6 PM
Where: Rep. Price's office, 1777 Fordham Blvd, Suite 204, Chapel Hill, NC 27514

If you care about keeping jobs in the U.S., food safety, internet freedom, affordable medicine, and stopping climate change, please join us next Thursday, May 28, 2015 from 4-6pm outside Rep. Price's office in Chapel Hill. We will be holding signs and making a lot of noise about fast track and the TPP.

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Rep. Price's Chapel Hill office is located along 15/501. Rush hour traffic is the perfect time to let his constituents know about fast track and the TPP. Will you join us?

Even if you can't join us, please invite people in your network who live in Congressional District 4 to join us and share the event on Facebook.

Also, don't forget to call your member of Congress at 1-855-712-8441 to let him or her know you want them to vote NO on giving President Obama "fast track" power to railroad the TPP through Congress!

For more information, call Renee Maas at 919-593-7752 or email her at [email protected].

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Watch Sen. Elizabeth Warren explain how corporations will use the TPP to undermine U.S. sovereignty.Help us set the facts straight about the TPP and "fast track".