Tell your representative: Commit to vote no on NAFTA corporate power grab!

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Participating Organizations:
Center for International Environment Law (CIEL)
Citizens Trade Campaign
Corporate Accountability International
Daily Kos
Demand Progress
Democracy for America
Food & Water Action Fund
Franciscan Action Network
Friends of the Earth
Good Jobs Nation
Interfaith Workers Justice
International Labor Rights Forum
Just Foreign Policy
Open Media
People Demanding Action
Presente Action
Progressive Congress Action Fund
Public Citizen Global Trade Watch

Supporting Organizations:
Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Council of Canadians
Derechos Digitales
Global Exchange
Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy
International Corporate Accountability Roundtable
Leadnow

If you live in North America, we need you to make sure your government representative stops a corporate power grab in the new NAFTA renegotiations.

NAFTA gave vast new powers for corporations that make it easier to offshore jobs and attack the environmental and health laws on which we all rely.

Deals like NAFTA give multinational corporations the power to sue governments in front of a tribunal of three corporate lawyers. These lawyers can order taxpayers to pay the corporations unlimited sums of money, including for the loss of expected future profits.

The multinational corporations only need to convince the lawyers that a law protecting public health, digital rights or the environment violates their special NAFTA rights. The corporate lawyers' decisions are not subject to appeal.

This corporate power grab is formally called Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS).

END ISDS: Add your name to demand that any North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) renegotiation removes the corporate power grab known as ISDS.

If You Live In the U.S., Canada or Mexico:
Add your name to tell your government representative (in the U.S., your member of Congress) to commit to oppose any North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) renegotiation or any other agreement that includes Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS).

















For more information, please visit www.isdscorporateattacks.org.