Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has begun 2015 with a promise to act quickly on Fast Track, and Obama has redoubled his efforts to find as many allies as he can when it comes to corporate-backed agreements.

Without a doubt, the threat of Fast Track is at its height. We’ve defeated it once, but this time the risks are higher – and we need to be ready to rise to the occasion.

Register today for a conference call to plan and share information on rapid response actions to Fast Track legislation, and help spread the word!

When: Wednesday, January 14th, at 4pm PST/7pm EST
Phone Number: (712)432-1500
Access Code: 587325#

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