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Grieving Dad Asks President Trump to Withhold Federal Funds from Los Angeles in New TV Ad

Press Contact:
Joe Guzzardi
805-705-8290
joeguzzardi@capsweb.org
 
Brantley Davis
202-775-8181
bdavis@davisadagency.com
 
Grieving Dad Asks President Trump to Withhold Federal Funds from Los Angeles in New TV Ad
 
Dad’s Request Comes as Governor Brown Prepares to Sign Legislation Making California a Sanctuary State
 

Grieving Dad Asks President Trump To Withhold Federal Funds From Sanctuary Cities In New TV Ad

Press Contact:
Joe Guzzardi
805-705-8290
joeguzzardi@capsweb.org
 
Brantley Davis
202-775-8181
bdavis@davisadagency.com
 

GRIEVING DAD ASKS PRESIDENT TRUMP TO WITHHOLD FEDERAL FUNDS
FROM SANCTUARY CITIES IN NEW TV AD

Dad’s Request Comes As Governor Brown Prepares To Sign Legislation
Making California A Sanctuary State 

                                                               
SAN FRANCISCO (May 31, 2017) – Today Don Rosenberg, father of the deceased Drew Rosenberg, and Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched TV commercials in the Sacramento area asking President Trump to withhold federal funds from sanctuary cities like San Francisco. The TV ads are scheduled to run for several weeks.

Grieving Dad Asks President Trump to Withhold Federal Funds from Sanctuary Cities in New TV Ad

Dad Asks Assembly How They’d Feel If Their Child Was Killed Due To Sanctuary City Policies

SACRAMENTO, CA (May 31, 2017) Today Don Rosenberg, father of the deceased Drew Rosenberg, and Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched TV ads in Sacramento. One ad urges President Trump to withhold federal funds from California’s sanctuary cities. Another ad asks how many more lives will be lost before California politicans stand up for Californians.

Sanctuary State Bill SB 54 Passes Senate - Prompts CAPS to Launch 'Blindfold' Call to Action Campaign to CA State Assembly Members

Press Contacts:
Toby White
805-564-6626
 
Joe Guzzardi
805-705-8290
 
Sanctuary State Bill SB 54 Passes Senate - Prompts CAPS to Launch 'Blindfold' Call to Action Campaign to CA State Assembly Members
                        

CAPS Announces Nine Talented Winners of Annual Student 'Growing Pains' Video Contest

Press Contacts:
Toby White
805-564-6626

Joe Guzzardi
805-705-8290
 

CAPS ANNOUNCES NINE TALENTED WINNERS OF ANNUAL 'GROWING PAINS" STUDENT VIDEO CONTEST

 Cash Prizes Awarded at 9th Annual Southern California Student Film Festival Event

- Winning Videos Showcased at www.CAPSweb.org -

Earth Day 2017 – Population growth is the key environmental problem

Press Contact:
Joe Guzzardi
805-705-8290
 
Earth Day 2017 – Population growth is the key environmental problem
 
SANTA BARBARA – A devastating oil spill off the coast of Santa Barbara inspired Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson to create the first Earth Day in 1970. Twenty million Americans participated in events as Nelson and other conservationists noted that “every environmental problem is a population problem.”

Caps ‘Kid’ Earth Day Ad Suggests California Should Be Sanctuary For Californians, Natural Treasures

Press Contact:

Joe Guzzardi
805-705-8290

Brantley Davis
202-775-8181

– Recent Vote to Make California Sanctuary for Illegal Aliens Encourages More Immigration, More Population Growth –

 
LOS ANGELES (April 17, 2017) – Today Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched TV and radio spots across Los Angeles suggesting California implement policies to slow mass immigration, slow population growth and save some California for future generations. The ads are scheduled to run through Earth Day.

CAPS TV Ad Asks Arizona if Senator Jeff Flake is Ready to Work with Trump on Immigration

Press Contacts:
Joe Guzzardi
805-705-8290
JoeGuzzardi@capsweb.org
 
Brantley Davis
202-775-8181
 

Flake Continues Role as Critic, Impediment to Trump’s Immigration Agenda

TV AD FEATURING CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER REMINDS CONGRESS IT’S NOT RACIST TO PUT AMERICANS’ JOBS FIRST

Press Contact:
Brantley Davis for Frank Morris
202-775-8181
 
Joe Guzzardi
805-705-8290

More Immigration and More Foreign Workers Hurt Millions of Americans Still Unemployed or Underemployed

Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) has launched a TV ad on national cable TV networks and local TV stations around the country including in Milwaukee, WI and coverage of the Republican National Convention.

CAPS RADIO AD REMINDS CLINTON, SANDERS SUPPORTERS, IT’S NOT RACIST TO PUT AMERICANS’ JOBS FIRST

Clinton, Sanders Immigration Policies Would Increase Flow of Foreign Workers, Hurting Working Class Californians
                                                                       
LOS ANGELES (June 1, 2016) Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched a radio ad today in Los Angeles reminding Californians that putting Americans’ jobs first isn’t racist. The commercial features civil rights leader and former Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Executive Director Frank Morris and is running on multiple radio stations in Los Angeles, including the top urban contemporary station. 

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