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EcoWatch

Nov 26 '13

Protestors Shine Light on Trans-Pacific Partnership’s Secret Corporate Coup

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)would affect laws and regulations involved in fields including agriculture, media and medicine, and would cover about 40 percent of global GDP. While the leadership of both mainstream political parties in the U.S. supports the deal, advocates of environmental and social justice, as well as some elected representatives, have criticized it.

The Sierra Club has said the TPP would result in an “explosion of fracking.” Public Citizen called it a “corporate power tool of the one percent.” And, in a letter signed by more than 130 Democratic members of Congress, Rep. DeLauro (D-CT) and Rep. Miller (D-CA) described the TPP as “weakening … 

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http://ecowatch.com/2013/11/26/protestors-trans-pacific-partnerships-secret-corporate/

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