Over 1500 Organizations Urge Opposition to the TPP – Letter delivered to Sen. Wyden’s office 2/4/2016

Also View video of Sen. Wyden at his Townhall meeting in Eagle Point, OR, on August 1 where he is asked to respond to letter “Over 1500 Organizations Urge Opposition to the TPP”.

Over 1,500 Organizations Urge
Opposition to the TPP

Over 1500 Organizations Urge Opposition to the TPP – Letter delivered to Sen. Wyden’s office 2/4/2016 Over 1,500 Organizations Urge Opposition to the TPP Below is the letter delivered on 2/4/2016 to Senator Wyden via staff at his Medford office: January 7, 2016 Please Oppose the Trans Pacific Partnership We urge you to oppose the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a binding pact that poses significant threats to American jobs and wages, the environment, food safety and public health, and that falls far short of establishing the high standards the United States should require in a 21st Century trade agreement. If enacted, the TPP would set rules governing approximately 40% of the global economy, and includes a “docking” mechanism through which not only Pacific Rim nations, but any country in the world, could join over time. The questions policymakers should be asking about these rules is whether, on the whole, they would create American jobs, raise our wages, enhance environmental sustainability, improve public health and advance human rights and democracy. After careful consideration, we believe you will agree, the answer to these questions is no. Our opposition to the TPP is broad and varied. Below are just some of the likely effects of the TPP that we find deeply disturbing.
Below is the letter delivered on 2/4/2016 to Senator Wyden via staff at his Medford office:
January 7, 2016

Please Oppose the Trans Pacific Partnership

We urge you to oppose the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a binding pact that poses significant threats to American jobs and wages, the environment, food safety and public health, and that falls far short of establishing the high standards the United States should require in a 21st Century trade agreement.

If enacted, the TPP would set rules governing approximately 40% of the global economy, and includes a “docking” mechanism through which not only Pacific Rim nations, but any country in the world, could join over time. The questions policymakers should be asking about these rules is whether, on the whole, they would create American jobs, raise our wages, enhance environmental sustainability, improve public health and advance human rights and democracy. After careful consideration, we believe you will agree, the answer to these questions is no.

Our opposition to the TPP is broad and varied. Below are just some of the likely effects of the TPP that we find deeply disturbing.

Offshoring U.S. jobs and driving down wages
The TPP would offshore more good-paying American jobs, lower wages in the jobs that are left and increase income inequality by forcing U.S. employers into closer competition with companies exploiting labor in countries like Vietnam, with workers legally paid less than 65 cents an hour, and Malaysia, where an estimated one third of workers in the country’s export-oriented electronics industry are the victims of human trafficking.

The TPP replicates the investor protections that reduce the risks and costs of relocating production to low wage countries. The pro-free-trade Cato Institute considers these terms a subsidy on offshoring, noting that they lower the risk premium of relocating to venues that American firms might otherwise not consider.

And the TPP’s labor standards are grossly inadequate to the task of protecting human rights abroad and jobs here at home. The countries involved in the TPP have labor and human rights records so egregious that the “May 10th” model — which was never sufficient to tackle the systemic labor abuses in Colombia — is simply incapable of ensuring that workers in Mexico, Vietnam, Malaysia and all TPP countries will be able to exercise the rights they are promised on paper. Even if the labor standards were much stronger, the TPP is also so poorly negotiated that it allows products assembled mainly from parts manufactured in “third party” countries with no TPP obligations whatsoever to enter the United States duty free.

The TPP contains none of the enforceable safeguards against currency manipulation demanded by a bipartisan majority in both chambers of Congress. Thus, the often modest tariff cuts achieved under the pact for U.S. exporters could be easily wiped out overnight by countries’ willingness to devalue their currencies in order to gain an unfair trade advantage. Already, the TPP includes several notorious currency manipulators, and would be open for countries such as China to join.

In addition, the TPP includes procurement requirements that would waive “Buy American” and “Buy Local” preferences in many types of government purchasing, meaning our tax dollars would also be offshored rather than being invested at home to create jobs here. Even the many Chinese state-owned enterprises in Vietnam would have to be treated equally with U.S. firms in bidding on most U.S. government contracts. The pact even includes financial services provisions that we are concerned might be interpreted to prohibit many of the commonsense financial stability policies necessary to head off future economic crises. The TPP is a major threat to the U.S. and global economy alike.

Undermining environmental protection
The TPP’s Environment Chapter rolls back the initial progress made in the “May 10th” agreement between congressional Democrats and President George W. Bush with respect to multilateral environmental (MEAs) agreements. The TPP only includes an obligation to “adopt, maintain, and implement” domestic policies to fulfill one of the seven MEAs covered by Bush-era free trade agreements and listed in the “Fast Track” law. This omission would allow countries to violate their obligations in key environmental treaties in order to boost trade or investment without any consequences.

Of the new conservation measures in the TPP, most have extremely weak obligations attached to them, requiring countries to do things such as “exchange information and experiences” and “endeavor not to undermine” conservation efforts, rather than requiring them to “prohibit” and “ban” destructive practices. This stands in stark contrast to many of the commercial obligations found within the agreement.

The TPP’s controversial investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) system would enable foreign investors to challenge bedrock environmental and public health laws, regulations and court decisions as violations of the TPP’s broad foreign investor rights in international tribunals that circumvent domestic judicial systems — a threat felt at home and throughout the Pacific Rim.

Despite the fact that the TPP could threaten climate policies, increase shipping emissions and shift U.S. manufacturing to more carbon-intensive countries, the TPP fails to even include the words “climate change.”

Jeopardizing the safety of the food we feed our families
The TPP includes language not found in past pacts that allows exporters to challenge border food safety inspection procedures. This is a dire concern given the TPP includes countries such as Vietnam and Malaysia that export massive quantities of shrimp and other seafood to the United States, significant amounts of which are now rejected as unsafe under current policies.

As well, new language in the final text replicates the industry demand for a so-called “Rapid Response Mechanism” that requires border inspectors to notify exporters for every food safety check that finds a problem and give the exporter the right to bring a challenge to that port inspection determination. This is a new right to bring a trade challenge to individual border inspection decisions (including potentially laboratory or other testing) that second-guesses U.S. inspectors and creates a chilling effect that would deter rigorous oversight of imported foods.

The TPP additionally includes new rules on risk assessment that would prioritize the extent to which a food safety policy impacts trade, not the extent to which it protects consumers.

Rolling back access to life-saving medications
Many of the TPP’s intellectual property provisions would effectively delay the introduction of low-cost generic medications, increasing health care prices and reducing access to medicine both at home and abroad.

Pharmaceutical firms obtained much of their agenda in the TPP. This includes new monopoly rights that do not exist in past agreements with respect to biologic medicines, a category that includes cutting edge cancer treatments. The TPP also contains requirements that TPP nations allow additional 20-year patents for new uses of drugs already under patent, among other rules that would promote the “evergreening” of patent monopolies. Other TPP provisions may enable pharmaceutical companies to challenge Medicare drug listing decisions, Medicaid reimbursements and constrain future U.S. policy reforms to reduce healthcare costs.

With this agreement, the United States would shamefully roll back some of the hard-fought protections for access to medicine in trade agreements that were secured during the George W. Bush administration. Indeed, the pact eviscerates the core premise of the “May 10th” reforms that poor nations require more flexibility in medicine patent rules so as to ensure access. All of the TPP’s extreme medicine patent rules will apply equally to developing countries with only short transition periods for application of some of the rules.

Elevating investor rights over human rights and democracy
Contrary to Fast Track negotiating objectives, the TPP’s Investment Chapter and its ISDS system would grant foreign firms greater rights than domestic firms enjoy under U.S. law. One class of interests — foreign firms — could privately enforce this public treaty by skirting domestic laws and courts to challenge U.S. federal, state and local decisions and policies on grounds not available in U.S. law and do so before extrajudicial tribunals authorized to order payment of unlimited sums of taxpayer dollars. Under the TPP, compensation orders could include the “expected future profits” a tribunal determines that an investor would have earned in the absence of the public policy it is attacking.

Worse, the TPP would expand U.S. ISDS liability by widening the scope of domestic policies and government actions that could be challenged. For the first time in any U.S. free trade agreement, the provision used in most successful investor compensation demands would be extended to challenges of financial regulatory policies. The TPP would extend the “minimum standard of treatment” obligation to the TPP’s Financial Services Chapter’s terms, allowing financial firms to challenge policies as violating investors’ “expectations” of how they should be treated. Meanwhile, the “safeguard” that the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) claims would protect such policies merely replicates terms that have failed to protect challenged policies in the past.

In addition, the TPP would newly allow pharmaceutical firms to use the TPP to demand cash compensation for claimed violations of World Trade Organization (WTO) rules on creation, limitation or revocation of intellectual property rights. Currently, WTO rules are not privately enforceable by investors.

With Japanese, Australian and other firms newly empowered to launch ISDS attacks against the United States, the TPP would double U.S. ISDS exposure. More than 1,000 additional corporations in TPP nations, which own more than 9,200 subsidiaries here, could newly launch ISDS cases against the U.S. government. About 1,300 foreign firms with about 9,500 U.S. subsidiaries are so empowered under all existing U.S. investor-state-enforced pacts. Most of these are with developing nations with few investors here. That is why, until the TPP, the United States has managed largely to dodge ISDS attacks to date.

In these, and multiple other ways, the TPP elevates investor rights over human rights and democracy, threatening an even broader array of public policy decisions than described above. This, unfortunately, is the all-too-predictable result of a secretive negotiating process in which hundreds of corporate advisors had privileged access to negotiating texts, while the public was barred from even reviewing what was being proposed in its name.

The TPP does not deserve your support. Had Fast Track not become law, Congress could work to remove the misguided and detrimental provisions of the TPP, strengthen weak ones and add new provisions designed to ensure that our most vulnerable families and communities do not bear the brunt of the TPP’s many risks. Now that Fast Track authority is in place for it, Congress is left with no means of adequately amending the agreement without rejecting it entirely. We respectfully ask that you do just that.

Thank you for your consideration. We will be following your position on this matter closely.


Citizens Trade Campaign


ActionAid USA

Adorers of the Blood of Christ, US Region


Agricultural Missions, Inc (AMI)

Alliance for Democracy

Alliance for Global Justice

Alliance for Retired Americans

Alliance of South Asian American Labor (ASAAL)

Amalgamated Transit Union

American Federation of Government Employees

American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)

American Federation of Teachers

American Friends Service Committee

American Grassfed Association

American Jewish World Service

American Postal Workers Union

American Sustainable Business Council

Americans for Democratic Action (ADA)

Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA)

Association of Western Pulp & Paper Workers

Backbone Campaign


Black Alliance for Just Immigration, Black Immigration Network

BlueGreen Alliance

Breast Cancer Action

Campaign for America’s Future


Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good

Center for Biological Diversity

Center for Digital Democracy

Center for Effective Government

Center for Environmental Health

Center for Food Safety

Center for International Environmental Law

Clean Water Action

Coalition for Better Trade

Coalition of Labor Union Women

Colombia Support Network

Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES)

Common Cause

Communications Workers of America (CWA)

Communities and Postal Workers United

Corporate Accountability International


Daily Kos

Defenders of Wildlife

Domestic Fair Trade Association



Energy Action Coalition

Episcopal Network for Economic Justice

Equal Exchange

Farm Aid

Fellowship of Reconciliation

Feminist Majority

Fight for the Future

Food & Water Watch

Food Chain Workers Alliance

Foundation for Integrative AIDS Research (FIAR)

Friends Committee on National Legislation

Friends of the Earth

Global Exchange

GMO Action Alliance


Green America


Guatemala Solidarity Project

Health Care Without Harm

Health GAP (Global Access Project)

HIV Prevention Justice Alliance

Holy Cross International Justice Office

Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy

Institute for Global Labour and Human Rights

Institute for Policy Studies

International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers

International Brotherhood of Boilermakers

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

International Brotherhood of Teamsters

International Federation of Professional & Technical Engineers (IFPTE)

International Forum on Globalization

International Labor Rights Forum

International Longshore & Warehouse Union

International Union of Painters and Allied Trades

International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, & Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW)

Intertribal Agriculture Council


Jobs With Justice

Just Foreign Policy

Labor Network for Sustainability

League of Conservation Voters

Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns

Medical Mission Sisters Alliance for Justice

Move To Amend

MoveOn.org Civic Action

National Association of Consumer Advocates

National Association of Letter Carriers

National Consumers League

National Council of Gray Panthers Networks

National Family Farm Coalition

National Farmers Union

National Hmong American Farmers

National Jobs for All Coalition

National Latino Farmers & Ranchers Trade Association

National LGBTQ Task Force Action Fund

National Nurses United

National Organization for Women

Natural Resources Defense Council

Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala/NISGUA

NETWORK, A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby

Nicaragua Network

Organic Consumers Association

Organization for Competitive Markets

Peace Action

People Demanding Action

People for the American Way

Pesticide Action Network North America

Physicians for a National Health Program

Poor Peoples Economic Human Rights Campaign

Popular Resistance

Presbyterian Church (USA)

Pride at Work

Progressive Congress

Progressive Democrats of America

Public Citizen

Quaker Earthcare Witness

Rachel Carson Council

Rainforest Information Centre

Rainforest Relief

Ranchers-Cattlemen Action Legal Fund, United Stockgrowers of America

Real Food Challenge

Rural Advancement Foundation International – USA

Rural Coalition

Service Employees International Union (SEIU)

Sierra Club

Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, Congregational Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation Office

Sisters of the Holy Cross Congregation Justice Committee

Steelworkers Organization of Active Retirees

Students for a National Health Program



The Main Street Alliance

Transport Workers Union

Unitarian Universalist Association


United Brotherhood of Carpenters

United Church of Christ Justice and Witness Ministries

United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE)

United Food and Commercial Workers

United Methodist Church, General Board of Church and Society

United Mine Workers of America

United Steelworkers

United Students Against Sweatshops

Universities Allied for Essential Medicines


Utility Workers Union of America

Witness for Peace

Women of Steel

Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom


350 Bangor

350 Colorado

350 Eugene

350 Ft. Lauderdale

350 Maine

350 NYC

350 PDX

350 Santa Cruz

350 Seattle

350 South Florida

350 Triangle

5th Legislative District Democrats (WA)

A Well-Fed World


Access to Medicine Coalition

Activate CT

Addison County ReLocalization Network

Advocates for Morris

Africa Connections, First Unitarian Church, Portland, OR

AFSCME Council 32

AFSCME Council 75

AFSCME Local 1363

AFSCME Local 1542

AFSCME Local 2748 Chapter 10

AFSCME Local 2858

AFSCME Local 3214

AFSCME Local 3292

AFSCME Local 3293

AFSCME Local 59

AFSCME Local 871

AFT Pennsylvania

AFT Washington

Agrarian Trust


Alabama AFL/CIO

Alaska Farmers Union

Alaska Longline Fishermen’s Association

Albany County Central Federation of Labor


Allegheny County Labor Council

Alliance for a Just Society

Alliance for Democracy – Oregon

Alliance for Democracy Downeast (ME)

Alliance for Economic Democracy

Alliance for Retired Americans North Carolina

Alliance for the Wild Rockies

Alpha and Omega Ministries


Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1091

Amalgamated Transit Union Local 843

American Federation of Government Employees Local 3354

American Federation of Government Employees Local 3937

American Postal Workers Union Retiree Chapter Greater Las Vegas Area Local 0761

Americans for Democratic Action Hawaii

Americans for Democratic Action Iowa

Americans for Democratic Action Massachusetts Chapter

Americans for Democratic Action of Northeast Ohio

Americans for Democratic Action Southern California

Americans Who Tell The Truth

Amherst School Gardens Project

Appetite For Change

APRI Miami-Dade Chapter

Arise for Social Justice

Arkansas Farmers Union

Ashtabula, Geuaga, Lake Counties Farmers Union (Ohio)

Austin Central Labor Council

Austin DSA Chapter

Austin Tan Cerca de la Frontera

Awake Miami

AWAKE Palm Beach County


Balance & Accuracy in Journalism

Balanced Trade Associates


Barnett Shale Hell

Bay Area Latin America Solidarity Organization


BAYAN-USA Pacific Northwest

Beacon Presbyterian Fellowship

Beaver Valley NOW

Beaver/Lawrence County Central Labor Council

Beehive Design Collective

Berkeley Citizens Action

Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists

Berkshire Central Labor Council

Bexar County Federation of Teachers Local 1356

Big Apple Coffee Party

Big City Fish Share

BioRegional Strategies

Biosafety Alliance

BlueGreen Alliance of Washington State

Bold Nebraska

Boulder/Denver DSA

Brandywine Watershed Regeneration Initiative

Brooklyn For Peace

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen Indiana State Legislative Board

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen Washington State Legislative Board

Brevard NOW

Buckeye Quality Beef Association, Inc.

Button Me

California Dairy Campaign

California Farmers Union

California Nurses Association

Californians for a Healthy & Green Economy

Capital District Chapter of the NYSARA

Carpenters Local 165

Carpenters Local 271

Casa Baltimore/Limay

Casa de Paz

Cascade AIDS Project

CATA – The Farmworkers Support Committee

Catalyst Miami

Catskill Citizens for Safe Energy

Catskill Mountainkeeper

Cattle Producers of Louisiana

Cedar Circle Farm and Education Center

Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church, Environmental Justice Ministry

Center for Family Farm Development, Inc

Center for Justice & Democracy

Center for Policy Analysis on Trade and Health

Central Alabama Labor Federation

Central Co-op

Central Labor Council of Contra Costa County

Central Maine Labor Council

Central New York Chapter of the New York State Alliance for Retired Americans

Central South Carpenters Regional Council

Chenango Community Action for Renewable Energy

Chesapeake Climate Action Network

Chesapeake Sustainable Business Council

Chester County Council AFL-CIO

Chicago Democratic Socialists of America

Chicago Fair Trade

Chicago Religious Leadership Network on Latin America

Chicago Young Workers AFL-CIO

Chicago-Cinquera Sister Cities

Chicagoland Oil By Rail

Christopher Newport Green Team

Church Council of Greater Seattle

Citizen Action of New York

Citizens Action for Safe Energy

Citizens’ Action for Peace (CAP)

Cleveland Jobs with Justice

Climate Action Coalition

Climate Action Now (Western Massachusetts)

Climate Change for Families

Climate Jobs PDX

Climate Solutions

Coalition for Economic Justice

Coalition Plus

Coalition to Protect New York

Coalition to Restore Democracy

Code Pink NY

Coloradans For Immigrant Right, a project of AFSC

Colorado Independent Cattle Growers Association

Colorado Move to Amend

Colorado People’s Alliance

Colorado State Legislative Board Broherhood of Locomotive Engineers & Trainmen

Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador Seattle Chapter

Communication Workers of America Local 1140

Communication Workers of America Local 4070

Communications Workers of America District 1

Communications Workers of America District 2-13

Communications Workers of America District 4

Communications Workers of America District 6

Communications Workers of America Local 1085

Communications Workers of America Local 1108

Communications Workers of America Local 13101

Communications Workers of America Local 13500

Communications Workers of America Local 1400

Communications Workers of America Local 2336

Communications Workers of America Local 3101

Communications Workers of America Local 3102

Communications Workers of America Local 3106

Communications Workers of America Local 3108

Communications Workers of America Local 3112

Communications Workers of America Local 3114

Communications Workers of America Local 3120

Communications Workers of America Local 3121

Communications Workers of America Local 3122

Communications Workers of America Local 3170

Communications Workers of America Local 3179

Communications Workers of America Local 6143

Communications Workers of America Local 6360

Communications Workers of America Local 6733

Communications Workers of America Local 7901

Communications Workers of America Local 81336

Communications Workers of America Local 9400

Communications Workers of America Local 9408

Communications Workers of America Local 9511

Communications Workers of America Minnesota State Council

Communications Workers of America NE State Council

Communications Workers of America Wisconsin Political Council

Community Action for Justice in the Americas Africa and Asia

Community Alliance for Global Justice

Community Alliance of Lane County

Community Farm Alliance

Community Food and Justice Coalition

Community to Community Development

Community Watersheds Clean Water Coalition

Complete Hearing Health Ltd.

Concerned Burlington Neighbors

Concerned Citizens of Otego

Concerned Families of Westchester

Concerned Residents of Oxford

Conejos Clean Water

Congregational Leadership Team, Sisters of the Presentation, Dubuque, IA

Connecticut Justice Party

Connecticut State Council of Machinists

ConnFACT (Connecticut Families Against Chemical Trespass)

Conservation Congress

Construction & General Laborers Local 154

Corvallis Area Move to Amend

Cottage House

Coulee Partners for Sustainability

Coulee Region Community Coalition

D. Heitkamp Farm

Dakota Resource Council

Dakota Rural Action

Dallas AFL-CIO

Dallas Building & Construction Trades Council

Damascus Citizens for Sustainability

Dawson Resource Council

Dean’s Beans Organic Coffee Company

Delaware Americans for Democratic Action

Delaware Riverkeeper Network

Democracy for America Miami Dade

Democracy for America Palm Beach County

Democratic Socialists of America, Boston Local

Democratic Socialists of America, Los Angeles

Democratic Socialists of America, San Diego Chapter

Democratic Socialists of Central Ohio

Denver Justice and Peace Committee

DIG Cooperative

Dirigo Food Safety

District 1 Texas AFL-CIO

Dryden Resource Awareness Coalition

Duke Food For Thought

Earth Day Los Angeles

Earth’s New Ways

East Bay Citizens for Action

East Bay Move to Amend

Eco-Logic, WBAI-FM

Ecological Farming Association

Economic Justice Action Group of the First Unitarian Church, Portland OR

Ecumenical Peace Institute/Clergy and Laity Concerned

El Centro Humanitario

El Paso Equal Voice Network

El Paso Grassroots

Elmirans & Friends Against Fracking

Emerge USA

Emory University Young Democratic Socialists

Empire State Consumer Project, Inc.

Engineers and Scientists of California Local 20

Environment & Sustainability Committee of the University of Tennessee Student Government Association

Environmental Justice Ministry, Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church, Bethesda, MD

Environmental Justice Thomas Merton Center

Esperanza Peace and Justice Center

Ethix Ventures

Eugene-Springfield Solidarity Network Jobs with Justice

Fair World Project

Fair, Local, Organic (FLO) Food

Fairmont, Minnesota Peace Group

Faith Action Network

Family Farm Defenders

Fanm Ayisyen Nan Miyami, Inc.: Haitian Women of Miami

Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance

Farms Not Arms

Farmworker Association of Florida

First Presbyterian Church (Cooperstown, NY)

Fishing Vessel Mystic

Florida Alliance of Retired Americans

Florida Immigrant Coalition, Inc.

Florida National Nurses United

Florida Student Justice Alliance

Food Bank of North Alabama

Food Democracy Now!

Food Empowerment Project

Food for Maine’s Future

Fort Worth Building Trades Council

Fort Worth MoveOn Council

Fossil Free & Green New York

Fox Valley Citizens for Peace & Justice

Frack Free Catskills

Frack Free Colorado

Frack Free Illinois

FrackBusters NY

Free Speech for People

Fresnans Against Fracking

Friends of Hudson

Friends of Merrymeeting Bay

Front Range Fair Trade Coalition

Fuerza Unida

Gas Free Seneca

Gas Workers Local 11-6

GCC/Teamsters Local No. 24M/9N

GCC/Teamsters Local No. 4535-M

GDAC Gas Drilling Awareness Coalition

Glenmary Home Missioners

Global Justice for Animals and the Environment

Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space

Global Union Against Radiation Deployment from Space [GUARDS]


GMO Free Florida

GMO Free Josephine County


GMO Free Virginia

Got Green

Grassroots Environmental Education

Grassroots Tosa

Green Map System

Green Party of Florida

Green Party of Minnesota


Grinnell Food for Thought

Growing Back to Your Roots, Inc.

Haiti Action Committee

Hampshire Food Advocates

Harris County Labor Assembly

Health and Development Consulting Int’l LLC

Health Care for All Oregon

Healthcare for All Oregon – Rogue Valley Chapter


Hernando County Green Party

Holyoke Health Center

Honor the Earth

Hopewell Township Citizens Against the PennEast Pipeline

Hunger Action Los Angeles

Huron Valley Central Labor Council

Idaho Alliance for Retired Americans

Idaho Organization of Resource Councils

Illinois Citizens for Clean Air & Water

Illinois Fair Trade Campaign

Illinois Right to Know GMO

IMAXI Cooperative

Independent Beef Association of North Dakota

Independent Cattlemen of Nebraska

Independent Cattlemen of Wyoming

Indiana Armstrong County Central Labor Council

Inlandboatmen’s Union of the Pacific

Instituto de Educacion Popular del Sur de California

Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center

Interfaith Committe on Latin America

Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice

Interfaith Earthkeepers

International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees Local No. 329

International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees Local No. 500

International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees Local No.3

International Association of Firefighters Local 1 Pittsburgh

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 104

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 1245

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 1253

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 1837

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 1914

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 1977

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 22

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 242

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 278

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 29

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 294

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 46

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 48

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 520

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 567

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 569

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 583

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 60

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 66

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 72

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 912

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Reno/Sparks Retirees Club

International Longshore and Warehouse Union Local 23

International Longshore and Warehouse Union Local 4

International Longshore and Warehouse Union Puget Sound District Council

International Longshore and Warehouse Union Southern California District Council

International Socialist Organization, Portland OR Branch

International Union of Electrical Workers Local 123

International Union of Elevator Constructors Local 21

Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement

Iowa Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO

Iron Workers Local 263

Iron Workers Local 512

Iroquois Valley Farms, LLC

Island Peace and Justice

It Takes A Garden

IUE-CWA Local 755

IUE-CWA Local 84436

IUE-CWA Local 89119

IUE-CWA Local 901

IUE-CWA Local 913

IUPAT Local 1175

IV&P Alliance4democracy

Jobs with Justice Chicago

Johnson County MoveOn Council

Jubilee Oregon

Kaleo Center for Faith, Justice and Social Transformation at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities

Kansas Cattlemen’s Association

Kansas Farmers Union

KAS Consulting


Kim’s Farm


Knights of Labor-Keystone Council


La Mujer Obrera

Label GMOs Inland Empire


Labor and Religion Coalition

Labor Council for Latin American Advancement – New York City Chapter

Labor Fightback Network

Land Stewardship Project

Lehigh Valley Gas Truth

LEPOCO (Lehigh-Pocono Committee of Concern) Peace Center

Linn-Benton-Lincoln Central Labor Chapter

LiUNA Local 327

LiUNA Local 872

Living Economies Forum

Local Food RULES

Local Food Rules – Hancock County Chapter

Long Island Chapter of NYSARA

Long Island Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO

Lorton Station Town Center Merchants Association

Lubbock Central Labor Council

LULAC Concilio Zapatista 4383

Machinists 751 Retirement Club

Machinists District Lodge 160

Machinists District Lodge 751

Machinists Local Lodge 112

Machinists Local Lodge 1584

Machinists Local Lodge 1943

Machinists Local Lodge S6

Mad As Hell Doctors

Madison Teachers, Inc.


Maine Alliance For Retired Americans

Maine Clammers Association

Maine Coalition to Stop Smart Meters

Maine Fair Trade Campaign

Maine Green Independent Party

Maine Labor Group on Health

Maine Machinists Council

Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association

Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Associations’s El Salvador Sistering Committee

Maine Small Business Coalition

Maine State Nurses Association

Malama Kauai

Manhattan Green Party Local

Mangrove Action Project

Maquiladora Health & Safety Support Network

Marion Polk Move To Amend

Mariposa Nursery and Landscapes

Martin Luther King County Labor Council

Massachusetts Alliance for Retired Americans

Massachusetts Right to Know GMOs

Mata Traders


Media Island

Metro Atlanta DSA

Michigan Farmers Union

Michigan Nurses Association

Mid-South Carpenters Regional Council

Middlefield Neighbors

Milford Doers/Residents of Crumhorn Mtn

Millwrights Local 1348

Milwaukee Area Labor Council

Milwaukee Fair Trade Coalition

Minnesota Association of Professional Employees

Minnesota Farmers Union

Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light

Minnesota Nurses Association

Minnesota State Council of Machinists

Minnesota State Council of Machinists Retirees

Missouri Alliance for Retired Americans, Education Fund

Missouri Farmers Union

Missouri Rural Crisis Center

Missouri’s Best Beef Co-Op, All Natural

Moana Nui Action Alliance

Mohawk Valley Keeper

MohawkFine Papers Local 390

Moishe Kavod House, Boston

Montanans Against the TPP

Mothers Out Front Pioneer Valley

Mount Vernon United Tenants

Mountain Watershed Association

Move to Amend Chicago

Move to Amend Coachella Valley

Move to Amend Portland OR

MoveOn Desert Council

MoveOn Los Angeles

MoveOn Portland Council

MOVI, Money Out Voters In

Multi-Duti Manufacturing, Inc.

National Association of Letter Carriers Branch 1111

National Organization for Women of New Jersey

National Society of Collegiate Scholars University of Maine Chapter

National Writers Union, Tucson Chapter

Nebraska Alliance for Retired Americans

Nebraska Farmers Union

Nevada Alliance of Retired Americans

New England Farmers Union

New Florida Majority

New Hampshire AFL-CIO

New Hampshire Alliance for Retired Americans

New Hampshire Institute of Agriculture and Forestry

New Jersey State Council of Machinists, AFL-CIO

New Jersey State Industrial Union Council

New Jersey Tenants Organization

New Mexico State Council of Machinists and Aerospace Workers

New Paltz Climate Action Coalition

New York City Chapter, NYSARA

New York City Friends of Clearwater

New York City Safe Energy Campaign

New York Climate Action Group

New York Mechanical Gardens Bike Co-op

New York Society for Ethical Culture

New York State Alliance for Retired Americans

Newground Social Investment

NH Right to Know GMO

Nicaragua Center for Community Action

North Bay Jobs with Justice

North Bay Organizing Project

North Carolina Alliance for Retired Americans

North Central States Regional Council of Carpenters

North Coast Area Labor Federation

North Dakota Farmers Union

North Texas Jobs with Justice

Northeast Organic Farming Association – Interstate Council

Northeast Organic Farming Association – Massachusetts

Northeast Organic Farming Association of Connecticut

Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Hampshire

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Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance

Northwest Washington Central Labor Council

NTAPE Local 9527

Nurses for Single Payer, Oregon

NW Oregon Labor Council

NW Washington Labor Council

NWSC Move To Amend

NY Metro Area Postal Union


Oakland Park Democratic Club

Occupy Alternative Banking

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Occupy Ft. Lauderdale

Occupy Medford

Occupy the SEC, Inc.

Office & Professional Employees International Local 277

Ohio Alliance for Retired Americans Educational Fund

Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association

Ohio Fair Trade Campaign

Ohio Farmers Union


Olympic Climate Action

One America

One Fish Foundation

OneAmerica Votes

OPEIU Local 100

Operating Engineers Local 286

Operating Engineers Local 49

Oregon AFL-CIO

Oregon Alliance for Retired Americans

Oregon Fair Trade Campaign

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Oregon NOW

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Oregon Rural Action

Oregonians for Safe Farms and Families (OSFF)

Other Worlds

Otsego 2000, Inc.

Our Health, Our Future, Our Longmont

Out Now

OWS Special Projects Affinity Group

P’nai Or Social Justice Committee

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Pakistan USA Freedom Forum

Park Slope Food Coop

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Peace and Justice Center of Eastern Maine

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People for Social and Economic Development

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People, Not Pipelines

People’s Climate Movement Capital Region (NY)

People’s Climate Movement NY

People’s Health Movement USA

Peregrine Forum

Philadelphia Chapter Coalition of Labor Union Women

Philadelphia Unemployment Project

Philippine US Solidarity Organization

Pierce County Central Labor Council

Pipefitters Local 725

Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers – Retiree Chapter

Plumbers & Steamfitters UA Local 146

Plumbers & Steamfitters UA Local 529

Plumbers and Pipefitters UA Local 725

Plumbers Local 27

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Plymouth Friends of Clean Water

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Polo Democratico Alternativo – NY

Port Orford Sustainable Seafood

Portland Central America Solidarity Committee

Portland Committee for Human Rights in the Phillipines

Portland Healthcare Action Group

Portland Jobs with Justice

Portland Raging Grannies

Portland, Oregon, Chapter of Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom

Powder River Basin Resource Council

Power In Community Alliances (PICA)

Pride at Work – Oregon Chapter

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Professional and Technical Employees (PTE) Local 17

Progressive Democrats of America Central New Mexico Chapter

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Progressive Democrats of America Miami Chapter

Progressive Democrats of the Santa Monica Mountains

Protect Biodiversity in Public Forests

Protect Orange County

Puget Sound Advocates for Retirement Action (PSARA)

Puget Sound Sage

Radio Free Maine

Real Food Challenge Northeastern University

Real Food Challenge Oberlin College

Real Food Revolution

Real Food UGA

Red Uniendo Manos El Salvador

Regeneration International

Resources for Organizing and Social Change

ReThink Energy Florida

Revolt Against Plutocracy

Revolution United Church of Christ


Rhode Island Alliance for Retired Americans

Rights Action

Rights for All People

Rogue Climate

Rogue Valley Citizens For Clean Air

Rogue Valley Veterans for Peace Chapter 156


ROUSE – Residents Opposing Unsafe Shale-Gas Extraction

RRBG Farms

RUAF Foundation – International Network on Urban Agriculture and Food Systems


Sacred River Healing

Safe Climate Campaign

Safe Energy Rights Group, Inc.


Saint Louis Inter-Faith Committee on Latin America

Saint Paul Regional Labor Federation

Salsa Sisters

San Antonio AFL-CIO

San Antonio Building & Construction Trades Council

San Antonio Labor Council for Latin American Advancement – Chavez-Huerta Chapter

San Diego Democracy For America

San Fernando Valley Gray Panthers

Sane Energy Project

Santa Cruz Branch Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, Earth Democracy Committee

Santa Cruz Climate Action Network

Save Our Sky Blue Waters

School of the Americas Watch – San Francisco

Seattle Against Slavery

Seattle ILWU Pensioners

SEIU 503

SEIU 668


SEIU Local 1000 Environmental Committee

Sequoia ForestKeeper

Seven Mountains Central Labor Council

SGL Health Insurance, Inc.

Shawnee Forest Sentinels

Sheet Metal Workers Local 12

Sheet Metal Workers Local 17

Sheet Metal Workers Local 54

Shifting Patterns Consulting

Slow Food Katy Trail

Slow Food Youth Network Bay Area

Snohomish County Labor Council

Social Justice Council, First Unitarian Society of Ithaca NY

Socially Responsible Agricultural Project

Society of Professional Engineering Employees in Aerospace

Soil not Oil

Solidarity Committee of the Capital District

Sonoma County Conservation Action

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South Carolina Alliance for Retired Americans

South Central Federation of Labor

South Dakota Stockgrowers Associations

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South Florida LCLAA

South Florida Progressive Jewish Council

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South Florida Voices for Working Families

Southern Illinoisans Against Fracturing Our Environment

Southern Maine Labor Council

Southern Maine Workers’ Center

Southern Oregon Climate Action Now

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Southern Oregon Veterans for Peace

Southwest Ohio Green PAC

Speak Up For Wildlife Foundation

Spiritual Ecology and Regenerative Systems Initiative

Spokane Regional Labor Council, AFL-CIO

St Pete for Peace

St. John’s Presbyterian Church of Berkeley

St. Louis – Kansas City Carpenters’ Regional Council

St. Mary’s Social Justice Ministry

St. Paul Area Local 65 APWU

Steelworkers Organization of Active Retirees 31-9

Steelworkers Organization of Active Retirees 31/13

Steelworkers Organization of Active Retirees 38-1

Stephanie Low Artists Inc.

Stop Algonquin Pipeline Expansion

Stop NY Fracked Gas Pipeline

Strenght Through Peace

Students Against a Factory-Farming Economy (SAFE)

Students for A Democratic Society USF, St. Pete

Students for Environmental Action at the University of Georgia

Sullivan Alliance for Sustainable Development

Sustainable Agriculture of Louisville (SAL)

Sustainable Energy & Economy Network

Sustainable Food Center

Sustainable Otsego

Sustainable Tompkins

Take Back America for the People

Tampa Food not Bombs

Taos County Economic Development

Tar Sands Action Southern California

Tarrant County Central Labor Council

Task Force on the Americas

Teamsters Dairy Conference

Teamsters Joint Council No. 10

Teamsters Joint Council No. 13

Teamsters Joint Council No. 16

Teamsters Joint Council No. 25

Teamsters Joint Council No. 3

Teamsters Joint Council No. 37

Teamsters Joint Council No. 53

Teamsters Joint Council No. 58

Teamsters Joint Council No. 7

Teamsters Joint Council No. 75

Teamsters Joint Council No. 87

Teamsters Local No. 107

Teamsters Local No. 117

Teamsters Local No. 1205

Teamsters Local No. 122

Teamsters Local No. 142

Teamsters Local No. 2011

Teamsters Local No. 210

Teamsters Local No. 231

Teamsters Local No. 24

Teamsters Local No. 324

Teamsters Local No. 325

Teamsters Local No. 38

Teamsters Local No. 396

Teamsters Local No. 436

Teamsters Local No. 449

Teamsters Local No. 455

Teamsters Local No. 52

Teamsters Local No. 559

Teamsters Local No. 577

Teamsters Local No. 600

Teamsters Local No. 631

Teamsters Local No. 633

Teamsters Local No. 637

Teamsters Local No. 653

Teamsters Local No. 657

Teamsters Local No. 690

Teamsters Local No. 697

Teamsters Local No. 701

Teamsters Local No. 703

Teamsters Local No. 71

Teamsters Local No. 727

Teamsters Local No. 728

Teamsters Local No. 745

Teamsters Local No. 769

Teamsters Local No. 773

Teamsters Local No. 777

Teamsters Local No. 79

Teamsters Local No. 814

Teamsters Local No. 839

Teamsters Local No. 853

Teamsters Local No. 891

Teamsters Local No. 917 NY

Teamsters Local No. 952

Teamsters Local No. 988

Terra Organic Foods

Terraza 7 / RACA

Texarkana Central Trade Council


Texas AFT (American Federation of Teachers)

Texas Alliance of Retired Americans

Texas Alliance of Retired Americans Dallas Chapter

Texas Alliance of Retired Americans Educational Fund

Texas Drought Project

Texas Fair Trade Coalition

Texas Farmers Union

Texas National Nurses Organizing Committee

Texas Political and Legislative Committee/CWA

Texas State Association of Electrical Workers

Texas State Building and Construction Trades Council

Texas State Council of Machinists and Aerospace Workers

The Center and Library for the Bible and Social Justice

The Coalition to Restore Democracy

The Cornucopia Institute

The Cross Border Network for Justice and Solidarity

The Enviro Show

The Global Center for Advanced Studies

The Green Sanctuary Committee, Community Church of New York

The Greenhorns

The Hampshire Food Advocates

The Main Street Alliance of Oregon

The Maine Paparazzi

The Rick Smith Show

The University Professional and Technical Employees – Communications Workers of America Local 9119

The Watershed Partnership

Thurston-Lewis-Mason Central Labor Council

Toledo Area Jobs with Justice & Interfaith Worker Justice Coalition

Tom Neilson Music

Toxics Information Project (TIP)

Trade Justice New York Metro

Transformations CDC

Transport Workers Local 223

Traprock Center for Peace and Justice

Treatment Advocacy and Literacy Campaign

Tri County Regional Labor Council

Tri-County Democrats (IA)

Tri-Valley Move On Council

Triangle NC TPP Working Group

Troy Area Labor Council

TWU Local 291

TWU Local 568

U Students Like Good Food (UMN)

U.S. Climate Plan

U.S.-El Salvador Sister Cities

UAW Local 218

UAW Local 2320

UAW Local 276

UAW Local 4121

UAW Local 677

UAW Local 686

UAW Local 848 Retiree Chapter

UAW Midwestern States CAP Council

UAW Southwestern States CAP Council

UMass Auxiliary Services Sustainability Department

UMass Permaculture

UMass Real Food Collective

Unitarian Universalist of the Lehigh Valley Social Action Committee

Unitarian Universalist Women’s Association – Metro District

UNITE HERE Local 355


UNITE HERE New England Joint Board

United Areospace Workers Local 848

United Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers of America (UE) Western Region

United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1189

United Food and Commercial Workers Local 21

United Food and Commercial Workers Local 367

United Food and Commercial Workers Local 555

United Food and Commerical Workers Local 23

United for Action

United Nations Association – Greater Milwaukee chapter

United Sludge Free Alliance

United Steelworkers District 1

United Steelworkers District 10

United Steelworkers District 10 Rapid Response

United Steelworkers District 11

United Steelworkers District 12

United Steelworkers District 12 Associate Member Program

United Steelworkers District 13

United Steelworkers District 13 Women of Steel

United Steelworkers District 4 Sub District 3

United Steelworkers District 9

United Steelworkers Gas Workers 11-6

United Steelworkers Local 00769L

United Steelworkers Local 01280

United Steelworkers Local 01973

United Steelworkers Local 02-02003

United Steelworkers Local 0971

United Steelworkers Local 1-112

United Steelworkers Local 1-346

United Steelworkers Local 1-801

United Steelworkers Local 10

United Steelworkers Local 10-00086

United Steelworkers Local 10-00179

United Steelworkers Local 10-00547

United Steelworkers Local 10-1

United Steelworkers Local 10-1303

United Steelworkers Local 10-1426

United Steelworkers Local 10-234

United Steelworkers Local 10-547

United Steelworkers Local 10-670

United Steelworkers Local 10-719

United Steelworkers Local 1010

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United Steelworkers Local 1013

United Steelworkers Local 1014

United Steelworkers Local 1020l

United Steelworkers Local 1024

United Steelworkers Local 1028

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United Steelworkers Local 104

United Steelworkers Local 1046

United Steelworkers Local 105

United Steelworkers Local 1055L

United Steelworkers Local 1066

United Steelworkers Local 1097

United Steelworkers Local 11-1457

United Steelworkers Local 11-164

United Steelworkers Local 11-194

United Steelworkers Local 11-205

United Steelworkers Local 11-470

United Steelworkers Local 11-500

United Steelworkers Local 11-574

United Steelworkers Local 11-578

United Steelworkers Local 11-75

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United Steelworkers Local 1104

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United Steelworkers Local 11228

United Steelworkers Local 1123

United Steelworkers Local 1155L

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United Steelworkers Local 1165

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United Steelworkers Local 1196

United Steelworkers Local 1199

United Steelworkers Local 12-00049

United Steelworkers Local 12-237

United Steelworkers Local 12-427

United Steelworkers Local 12-591

United Steelworkers Local 1200

United Steelworkers Local 12004

United Steelworkers Local 12075

United Steelworkers Local 1212

United Steelworkers Local 12130

United Steelworkers Local 12160

United Steelworkers Local 1219

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United Steelworkers Local 1241

United Steelworkers Local 125 A-01

United Steelworkers Local 12517

United Steelworkers Local 1257

United Steelworkers Local 1259

United Steelworkers Local 12623

United Steelworkers Local 12698

United Steelworkers Local 1274

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United Steelworkers Local 1279

United Steelworkers Local 12943

United Steelworkers Local 12965

United Steelworkers Local 1299

United Steelworkers Local 12L

United Steelworkers Local 13

United Steelworkers Local 13-1327

United Steelworkers Local 13-1685

United Steelworkers Local 13-1965

United Steelworkers Local 13-2001

United Steelworkers Local 13-245

United Steelworkers Local 13-423

United Steelworkers Local 13-447

United Steelworkers Local 13-522

United Steelworkers Local 13-620

United Steelworkers Local 13-654

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United Steelworkers Local 13-9402

United Steelworkers Local 1300

United Steelworkers Local 13028

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United Steelworkers Local 1350

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United Steelworkers Local 1357

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United Steelworkers Local 13729

United Steelworkers Local 13796

United Steelworkers Local 13833

United Steelworkers Local 1398

United Steelworkers Local 1408

United Steelworkers Local 1421

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United Steelworkers Local 1440

United Steelworkers Local 1448

United Steelworkers Local 14637-01

United Steelworkers Local 1465

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United Steelworkers Local 1899

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United Steelworkers Local 2-00096

United Steelworkers Local 2-1011

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United Steelworkers Local 2-116

United Steelworkers Local 2-1279

United Steelworkers Local 2-144

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United Steelworkers Local 2-209

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United Steelworkers Local 200

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United Steelworkers Local 207L

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United Steelworkers Local 2599

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United Steelworkers Local 286

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United Steelworkers Local 2936

United Steelworkers Local 295

United Steelworkers Local 2958

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United Steelworkers Local 2L

United Steelworkers Local 3057

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United Steelworkers Local 319

United Steelworkers Local 3199

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United Steelworkers Local 338

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United Steelworkers Local 36

United Steelworkers Local 3609

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United Steelworkers Local 363

United Steelworkers Local 3643

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United Steelworkers Local 3937

United Steelworkers Local 4-00054

United Steelworkers Local 4-0472

United Steelworkers Local 4-0625

United Steelworkers Local 4-107

United Steelworkers Local 4-1247

United Steelworkers Local 4-2

United Steelworkers Local 4-2 Next-generation Committee

United Steelworkers Local 4-270

United Steelworkers Local 4-277

United Steelworkers Local 4-318

United Steelworkers Local 4-340

United Steelworkers Local 4-6992

United Steelworkers Local 4-898

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United Steelworkers Local 5 Women of Steel

United Steelworkers Local 50

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United Steelworkers Local 5073

United Steelworkers Local 512T

United Steelworkers Local 5133

United Steelworkers Local 5252

United Steelworkers Local 5282

United Steelworkers Local 5429

United Steelworkers Local 550

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United Steelworkers Local 5632

United Steelworkers Local 5652

United Steelworkers Local 5668

United Steelworkers Local 5702

United Steelworkers Local 571

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United Steelworkers Local 5852

United Steelworkers Local 59

United Steelworkers Local 6063

United Steelworkers Local 608

United Steelworkers Local 609L

United Steelworkers Local 6103

United Steelworkers Local 6115

United Steelworkers Local 6163

United Steelworkers Local 624

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United Steelworkers Local 632

United Steelworkers Local 644L

United Steelworkers Local 6496

United Steelworkers Local 6521

United Steelworkers Local 662

United Steelworkers Local 6621

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United Steelworkers Local 663

United Steelworkers Local 667L

United Steelworkers Local 675

United Steelworkers Local 6787

United Steelworkers Local 68

United Steelworkers Local 6816

United Steelworkers Local 6860

United Steelworkers Local 690l

United Steelworkers Local 6982

United Steelworkers Local 6996

United Steelworkers Local 7

United Steelworkers Local 7-00030

United Steelworkers Local 7-00164

United Steelworkers Local 7-0186

United Steelworkers Local 7-0304

United Steelworkers Local 7-0706

United Steelworkers Local 7-1106

United Steelworkers Local 7-507

United Steelworkers Local 7-807

United Steelworkers Local 7-838

United Steelworkers Local 7090

United Steelworkers Local 711A

United Steelworkers Local 715

United Steelworkers Local 7150

United Steelworkers Local 7263

United Steelworkers Local 731

United Steelworkers Local 7334-13

United Steelworkers Local 7380

United Steelworkers Local 745

United Steelworkers Local 7477

United Steelworkers Local 75

United Steelworkers Local 750

United Steelworkers Local 752L

United Steelworkers Local 759

United Steelworkers Local 760

United Steelworkers Local 7686

United Steelworkers Local 7687

United Steelworkers Local 771

United Steelworkers Local 7752

United Steelworkers Local 7796

United Steelworkers Local 787L

United Steelworkers Local 790

United Steelworkers Local 7973

United Steelworkers Local 8-719

United Steelworkers Local 8-957

United Steelworkers Local 8031

United Steelworkers Local 8042

United Steelworkers Local 8065

United Steelworkers Local 81

United Steelworkers Local 812

United Steelworkers Local 8183

United Steelworkers Local 831

United Steelworkers Local 8339

United Steelworkers Local 8378

United Steelworkers Local 8384

United Steelworkers Local 8420

United Steelworkers Local 8507

United Steelworkers Local 8566

United Steelworkers Local 8581

United Steelworkers Local 8586

United Steelworkers Local 859L

United Steelworkers Local 87

United Steelworkers Local 8810

United Steelworkers Local 884

United Steelworkers Local 8844

United Steelworkers Local 8851

United Steelworkers Local 886

United Steelworkers Local 887

United Steelworkers Local 89

United Steelworkers Local 8972

United Steelworkers Local 9-0000593

United Steelworkers Local 9-00395

United Steelworkers Local 9-00537

United Steelworkers Local 9-00795

United Steelworkers Local 9-01762

United Steelworkers Local 9-0425

United Steelworkers Local 9-1535

United Steelworkers Local 9-466

United Steelworkers Local 9-508

United Steelworkers Local 9-677

United Steelworkers Local 9-738

United Steelworkers Local 9-738

United Steelworkers Local 9-790

United Steelworkers Local 9-925

United Steelworkers Local 90

United Steelworkers Local 900

United Steelworkers Local 9014

United Steelworkers Local 915

United Steelworkers Local 9187

United Steelworkers Local 9227

United Steelworkers Local 9230

United Steelworkers Local 9231

United Steelworkers Local 9265

United Steelworkers Local 9305

United Steelworkers Local 9335

United Steelworkers Local 9345

United Steelworkers Local 9349

United Steelworkers Local 937

United Steelworkers Local 9402

United Steelworkers Local 9423

United Steelworkers Local 9424

United Steelworkers Local 9436-7

United Steelworkers Local 9445-02

United Steelworkers Local 9447

United Steelworkers Local 9452

United Steelworkers Local 9455

United Steelworkers Local 9460

United Steelworkers Local 9462

United Steelworkers Local 9489

United Steelworkers Local 952

United Steelworkers Local 9520

United Steelworkers Local 9532

United Steelworkers Local 956

United Steelworkers Local 960

United Steelworkers Local 9671

United Steelworkers Local 970

United Steelworkers Local 9777

United Steelworkers Local 979

United Steelworkers Local 985 L

United Steelworkers Local 9899

United Steelworkers Local 9999

United Steelworkers Maine Labor Council

United Steelworkers Oregon L&E Committee

United Students Against Sweatshops Local 18 – University of Texas at Austin

Unity, Strength for Workers Local 9423

University Professional and Technical Employees, Communications Workers of American Local 9119

Upper East TN Central Labor Council

Upper Unadilla Valley Association

UTU-SMART-TD Minnesota

Valley Alliance of Worker Co-operatives

Vecinos Unidos

Vermont Chapter of the Alliance for Retired Americans

Vermont Students Towards Environmental Protection, University of Vermont

Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund

Veterans For Peace Chapter 19

Veterans For Peace – NYC Chapter 34

Virginia Alliance for Retired Americans

Volasiga Inc.

Voters Occupy

WA State Alliance for Retired Americans

WA Teamsters Joint Council 28

Washington Biotechnology Action Council

Washington Fair Trade Coalition

Washington Federation of State Employees Local 443

Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO

Washington Young Emerging Labor Leaders

Waterkeeper Alliance

Wellstone Democratic Renewal Club

WESPAC Foundation

West Seattle Neighbors for Peace and Justice

West Virginia Eastern Panhandle for Bernie Sanders

West Texas Building Trades Council

Western Colorado Congress

Western Maine Central Labor Council

Western Mass. Jobs with Justice

Western Organization of Resource Councils (WORC)

Western Washington Fellowship of Reconciliation, Seattle Chapter

Western Wisconsin AFL-CIO

Whatcom County Democrats

Whatcom Peace and Justice


WildWest Institute

Wisconsin Fair Trade Coalition

Wisconsin Farmers Union

Wise Latina International

Witness for Peace Southeast

WKYAFL-CIO Area Council

Women Occupy San Diego

Women of Steel Detroit Area Council

Women of Steel McMinville Oregon Local

Women of Washoe County

Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom – Ashland, OR

Women’s Voices for the Earth

Words Apart Magazine

Workers Defense Project

Yamhill County Democrats Executive Committee

York Township Democratic Organization (IL)

Youth for Environmental Sustainability, Wolfson Campus, Miami Dade College