YES! - US tax dollars will be invested into the sweatshop manufacturing of authoritarian regimes, instead of creating US jobs!
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NO! - This will save the US government money by further outsourcing manufacturing to human-rights-violating nations.
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Pagg 5 years 12 weeks ago

Just one more step toward turning corporations into Kings and the masses into slaves

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arky12 5 years 12 weeks ago

go to tppinfo.org for more info on this bill. I found this by googling transpacific partnership. Get the info out there now on Face Book, Twitter, etc.

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