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The Trans Pacific Partnership is the largest proposed trade deal in history impacting everything from how we use the internet to prescription drug prices. Public interest groups don’t have access to the negotiations, which involve 11 countries plus the U.S., but corporate lobbyists do. Given the potential for change, should the public have a say?
On this episode of The Stream, we'll speak to:
Maira Sutton @maira
Global Policy Analyst, Electronic Frontier Foundation eff.org
Author, America's Trade Follies
Melinda St. Louis @PCGTW
International Campaigns Director, Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch exposetheTPP.org