The TRADE Act, or Trade Reform, Accountability, Development and Employment (TRADE) Act, will soon be introduced in the Senate this session. One of the key elements in this bill, beyond our usual labor and environmental standards is an analysis of the economic impact of each trade agreement on the United States and most importantly it's workforce.
Here is Lori Wallach with her request for help to get this legislation passed and (finally) signed into law:
You might consider reviewing this bill and consider supporting it if you want significant trade reform. This bill has been introduced before and they could not get it passed. It's clear they are hoping all of the campaign promises from elected officials makes some real change happen this time.
I personally want trade agreements that guarantee the United States is the winner on trade deals. But this is a very good start and framework to obtain real trade reform.