Congress Should Restore Consumer Rights by Passing the Arbitration Fairness Act.
In early November, the New York Times published a three-part investigative series about the corporate bullying tactic of forced arbitration, spreading the word about what happens when we lose when we “click here to agree.”
Now it’s time to do something about it!
There are proposed bills in the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate that would eliminate corporations’ ability to steal our constitutional rights in employment, consumer, civil rights and antitrust cases. But Congress has stalled in making these bills become law, and more consumers are losing their constitutional rights.
Please click the link to sign our petition
and tell Congress:
it’s time to end the get-out-of-jail-free card that Wall Street has buried in the fine print.
Petition to Congress:
We, the undersigned, call on Congress to pass the Arbitration Fairness Act (S. 1133 and H.R. 2087), legislation that would ensure that the use of arbitration to resolve disputes is truly voluntary and not forced on consumers and workers in the fine-print terms of corporate contracts. Restore our ability to exercise our constitutional right to a day in court.