Citizens Trade Campaign

Citizens Trade Campaign is a coalition of labor, environmental, religious, family farm, civil society and consumer organizations united in the pursuit of social and environmental justice in trade policy. Formed in 1992 to reform NAFTA, our more than fourteen million combined members support trade policy that reflects the interests of a majority of people in America, and across the world.

Releases by this organization

Newswire article
Monday, January 27, 2014
SOTU: President's Base Opposes Fast Track for TPP
Over 550 labor, environmental, family farm and other organizations traditionally associated with President Barack Obama's political base sent a letter to Congress today opposing Fast Track legislation for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and other pending trade agreements. The letter comes just a day before the President's annual State of the Union address. Corporate interests that fought the president's re-election are lobbying for him to use the speech to call on Congress to enact Fast Track authority for the TPP.
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Newswire article
Friday, April 13, 2012
Minnesota Fair Trade Urges President Obama not to Green Light Columbia Free Trade Agreement
The Minnesota Fair Trade Coalition has sent a letter to President Obama, urging him to put greater pressure on the Colombian government to complete and enforce protections for workers before implementing the Colombia Free Trade Agreement. As the President travels to Cartegna, Colombia for the Summit for the Organization of American States, it has been speculated that he will green light the agreement to go forward. However, it is clear that Colombia is still one of the most dangerous places in the world for workers to stand up for their rights.
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Newswire article
Friday, February 06, 2009
Hundreds of Organizations Unite to Support a New Day in Trade Policy
In a letter sent to members of Congress yesterday, 347 national, state and local organizations from across the country, representing over eighteen million combined members, vowed to support promises of change made by scores of successful candidates during the 2008 election, and to help "replace the failed trade policies of the past with those that deliver broadly shared benefits."
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