Press Releases

CAPS Calls for the Resignation of San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom

and a Show of Support for Mrs. Bologna by California Senators Dianne Feinstein, Barbara Boxer and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi

July 24, 2008

CAPS Calls for U.S. Attorney to Prosecute San Francisco Triple Murder Case

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Press Contact: Rick Oltman
National Media Director
Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS)
415-215-9550 or 805-564-6626
www.capsweb.org

CAPS Calls for U.S. Attorney to Prosecute San Francisco Triple Murder Case

Population Group Criticizes California Senate - Appeals to Governor to Veto Bill

 

Santa Barbara, CA. – Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) President Diana Hull criticized action taken by a state senate committee on Thursday supporting legislation that would prohibit the state of California and cities and counties from using an electronic employment verification system known as E-Verify.

 

Ad Campaign Says Population Growth Devours Open Space, Destroys Wildlife Habitat

Vast majority of population growth results from immigration

SANTA BARBARA — Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) and allied groups have launched an ad campaign to draw attention to the environmental devastation caused by continuing population growth. The ads will appear in major publications across the nation.

Ad Campaign Claims Ever-Increasing Traffic Caused by Ever-Increasing Population

Defeats Efforts to Conserve Fuel, Natural Resources and Infrastructure Capacity

SANTA BARBARA - Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) and its partners in America's Leadership Team for Long Range Population-Immigration-Resource Planning unveiled an ad campaign this week to raise America's awareness of the effects of population growth. The ads will appear in major national publications.

EARTH DAY 2008 – The “inconvenient truth” is that population growth drives our environmental problems

Californians for Population Stabilization will participate in Earth Day events:

April 12 - Santa Monica
April 19 - Thousand Oaks
April 20 - Santa Barbara
April 20 - San Diego

SANTA BARBARA—As Earth Day approaches, a California organization reminds us that population growth is the fundamental environmental problem.

BLACK CAUCUS LEADER LAUNCHES TV ADS ASKING WHY LEADERS ARE IGNORING BLACK WORKERS VICTIMIZED BY IMMIGRATION

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Press Contact:
Rick Oltman
(415) 215-9550
(805) 564-6626


BLACK CAUCUS LEADER LAUNCHES TV ADS ASKING WHY LEADERS ARE IGNORING BLACK WORKERS VICTIMIZED BY IMMIGRATION
TV Spots Break Across Country

Save Our License Initiative Update


Signatures Gathered Fell Short Of Goal

Although efforts to attain sufficient qualifying signatures for the Save Our License initiative were unsuccessful, the failure was entirely due to funding problems and logistical issues of the campaign—and it is no indication of the support of California voters on this issue.

Earth Day 2005—Population Growth is Paramount Issue!

Santa Barbara - April 6, 2005

At the first Earth Day in 1970, conservationists across the country noted that “every environmental problem is a population problem,” but the U.S. population soared by almost 50 percent from 203 to 296 million today. Census Bureau projections indicate that our current population will double by the end of the century.

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