Where Does Your Legislator Stand on the TPP?

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Green = Most Legislators Oppose Fast Track 
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Green = Most Legislators Oppose Fast Track, Yellow = Some Opposition, Orange = Oppose aspects of TPP, Blue= Unknown
DeLauro 13 - Signed 2013 DeLauro/Miller letter (151)
Pocan - Signed Freshman Letter Opposing Fast Track (35)
W/M - Signed Ways and Means Letter opposing TPP
Gibson - Signed Rep. Chris Gibson letter opposing TPP
SOPA - Oppose Stop Online Piracy Act - voted against
Currency - Oppose Currency Manipulation (Signed Michaud Letter) (230 - Bipartisan)
Textile - Oppose changes to "First Yarn" (Signed Textile Industry Letter) (167 - Bipartisan)

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