The Trans-Pacific Partnership is the proposed trade deal between 12 countries. Since the Bush administration, leaders of these 12 countries have mostly met in secret to discuss and on Thursday another round of talks will take place. If the TPP deal is completed it could have alarming effects on people’s access to medicine, online freedoms and financial regulations. Melinda St. Louis with Public Citizen’s Global Trade Watch has more.

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