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

Speaker Ryan Continues Push for More Immigration, More Foreign Workers Despite Millions of Americans Still Unemployed or Underemployed
                                                                       
MILWAUKEE (MAY 16, 2016) Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched TV ads today in Milwaukee asking Speaker Paul Ryan to stand up for working class Americans instead of continuing his push for more foreign workers, more immigration and amnesty for illegal aliens. The ad features civil rights leader and former Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Executive Director Frank Morris who reminds Speaker Ryan that slowing mass immigration and the flow of foreign workers so working class Americans have a better chance at good paying jobs is simple common sense. The ads are scheduled to run for weeks in the Milwaukee area.

Illegal Immigration and Sanctuary Cities – Turning a Blind Eye Gets You a Blindfold!

SANTA BARBARA — As the public increasingly voices its anger over crimes committed by illegal aliens, Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS), a nonprofit organization, is calling out decision-makers who support sanctuary policies and enable regrettable, preventable tragedies.

As Supreme Court Hears Immigration Case, CAPS Launches Earth Day Ad Suggesting Slowing Immigration To Slow Environmental Degradation

Natural Treasures and Resources, California Dream at Risk as Population
Projected to Increase to 50 Million by 2050 Ahead of SCOTUS Ruling

                                                                      
LOS ANGELES (April 18, 2016) As the Supreme Court began hearing oral arguments today about the future of President Obama’s executive actions on immigration, Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched a radio spot across Los Angeles suggesting California implement policies encouraging less immigration to slow population growth, given the impact on water, natural resources, the environment and quality of life for future generations. The ads are scheduled to run through Earth Day.

CAPS Water Radio Ad Asks Californians if Population Growth Should Be Slowed Before Taps Run Dry

Water, Natural Treasures, California Dream At Risk As Population Projected to Increase to 50 Million By 2050

                                                                       
LOS ANGELES (April 15, 2016) Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched a radio ad today asking Californians if the state should adopt policies encouraging slower population growth given the impact on water, natural resources and the quality of life for future generations.  The ads are scheduled to run in Los Angeles on multiple radio stations, at all times of day.

Earth Day 2016 – The Overriding Issue of Overpopulation in California!

SANTA BARBARA—As we celebrate another Earth Day, a California nonprofit organization reminds us that population growth is still the fundamental environmental problem.
 

“Overpopulation is the root cause of so much environmental destruction. Human activity devours open space, destroys wildlife habitat, and drives species extinct,” said Jo Wideman, executive director of Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS). Since the first Earth Day in 1970, world population has doubled to 7.4 billion, and the U.S. population has grown from 203 million to 324 million.

Bringing Middle Eastern Refugees to America is 'Misguided Compassion' Says Population Stabilization Group

Bringing Middle Eastern Refugees to America is 'Misguided Compassion' Says Population Stabilization Group
 
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (March 25, 2016) – According to Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS), addressing the needs of refugees closer to their home countries is a common sense approach to the global refugee crisis because it focuses resources and offers the best opportunity for displaced citizens to ultimately return and rebuild their countries.
 

Californians for Population Stabilization Launches Anchor Baby Radio Ads

Ad Asks Listeners to Visit USAnchorBabies.org to Learn Where Presidential Candidates Stand

LOS ANGELES, CA (October 12, 2015) – Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) is airing new radio spots in select markets in California. The ad is designed to help Americans understand what presidential candidates mean when they reference “anchor babies” and where candidates stand on granting automatic citizenship to anyone born on U.S. soil.

More than 300,000 babies are born in the U.S. to illegal immigrants each year, about 8% of all U.S. births. Pew Hispanic Research estimates there are 4 million children residing in the U.S. today who were born in the U.S. to illegal immigrants.

Californians for Population Stabilization Launches Anchor Baby TV Ad in Presidential Debate in Iowa, South Carolina and California

Ad Asks Viewers to Visit USAnchorBabies.org to Learn Where Presidential Candidates Stand

LOS ANGELES, CA (October 12, 2015) Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) aired a new TV spot tomorrow t in CNN’s first Democratic presidential debate. The spot ran multiple times in the debate across major markets in Iowa, South Carolina and California. The ad is designed to help Americans understand what presidential candidates mean when they reference “anchor babies” and where candidates stand on granting automatic citizenship to anyone born on U.S. soil.

CAPS Water TV Ad Asks Californians if Population Growth Should Be Slowed Before Taps Run Dry

Water, Natural Treasures, California Dream At Risk As Population
Projected to Increase to 50 Million By 2050

LOS ANGELES (June 2, 2015) Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched a TV ad today asking Californians if the state should adopt policies encouraging slower population growth given the impact on water, natural resources and the quality of life for future generations.  The ads are scheduled to run for weeks in Los Angeles and Sacramento on multiple TV networks, across all day parts.

Sergio Romo Flubs Pitch For Medi-Cal For Illegal Aliens

Romo Pitching SB 4, a Bill That Would Cost Working Class Taxpayers Hundreds of Millions of Dollars and Decrease Number of Doctors Per Medi-Cal Participant

SAN FRANCISCO, April 30, 2015 -- After recently signing a $15 million contract to pitch for the San Francisco Giants, Sergio Romo has taken on the pitching responsibilities for a group of California legislators, too.  Romo is appearing in TV commercials pitching SB 4, a bill currently winding its way through the California legislature that could provide Medi-Cal benefits to up to four million illegal aliens residing in the state.  A similar bill was proposed last year but stalled in the Senate due to concerns about the cost to taxpayers.  Costs were projected to be between $700 million and $1.3 billion per year.

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