No fast track for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which is a proposal to expand the 2005 agreement between New Zealand, Singapore, Chile and Brunei to include Australia, Canada, Mexico, the United States, Vietnam and others.

It is a sweet deal for big corporations and a ripoff to the American people. The secret negotiations, and the fact that the corporations are writing this bill tell me that we, the people, are going to be short-changed.

Only those terms conducted in the full light of day with the knowledge and agreement of the people it will affect should be brought up for a vote, with much discussion and input from the public and their elected representatives.

Diana Lovejoy, Buckfield

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