Well, it’s too late now to try to influence the negotiations.
Senators Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, and Ron Wyden, D-Oregon, the chair and vice-chair of the Senate finance committee, and Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wisconsin, the chair of the House ways and means committee, agreed to support fast-track approval for the proposed 12-nation Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement.
This would mean that the House would have 60 days to discuss the agreement, and the Senate would have an additional 30 days, before they voted “yes” or “no”, with no possibility of amendment.
The fact that President Obama and powerful Congressional leaders support fast track does not mean that it has been approved. The procedure requires a vote of the House and Senate, and, since there is strong opposition in both parties, it may well not be approved.