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Senate immigration bill would cause devastating population growth!

SANTA BARBARA—July 13, 2013--While the immigration bill passed by the Senate has received considerable attention, little notice has been paid to the huge increase in population growth that it would cause. An analysis from the Congressional Budget Office indicates that it would increase the population of the U.S. by an additional 15 million in 20 years beyond previous projections.

CAPS accepts Rep. Paul Ryan’s offer to debate amnesty

"It’s not amnesty-lite, it’s amnesty-plus," says Californians for Population Stabilization

SANTA BARBARA, CA – June 14, 2013 --
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) offered to “debate anybody” who says that immigration proposals in Congress constitute amnesty, and his offer has been accepted by the nonpartisan group, Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS), which supports lower levels of immigration.

CAPS ad asks, Does Sen. Rubio need eyeglasses to read his own amnesty bill?

TAMPA, FL -- June 13, 2013 -- An ad running Sunday, June 16 in Tampa asks if Sen. Rubio needs eyeglasses as he apparently has not read his own immigration bill. The ad shows Sen. Rubio with reading glasses drawn on his face, and asks readers to send him any extra eyeglasses to help clear things up.

CAPS TV AD ASKS FLORIDA IF ADDING 33 MILLION MORE FOREIGN WORKERS IS THEIR IDEA of Immigration Reform

CAPS Asks If Freshman Senator Rubio Really Understands Impact Of His Own Bill

TAMPA, FL – May 23, 2013 – Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) has launched TV ads in the state of Florida calling attention to the impact the Senate immigration reform bill will have on Florida residents. The bill is sponsored by Florida Senator Marco Rubio, who has become the public spokesperson for the bill. Rubio has been promoting the bill in TV ads funded by special interest groups that want to bring in more cheap labor.

Earth Day 2013 - The Paramount Issue of Overpopulation!

SANTA BARBARA, CA -- April 19, 2013 -- As another Earth Day rolls around, a California organization reminds us that population growth is still the fundamental environmental problem.

CAPS TV Ad Urges Senator Rubio To Stop Pushing Plan To Increase Entitlement Immigration, Reward Illegal Aliens With Amnesty

Despite High Florida Unemployment And A Projected Cost Of Trillions To Taxpayers, Senator Rubio Continues Pushing Gang of Eight Plan

MIAMI, FL -- April 2, 2013 --
Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) has created a new TV commercial urging Florida Senator Marco Rubio to stop pushing his plan to increase the flows of foreign job seekers into the U.S. and award amnesty to millions of illegal aliens. The TV ad is set to launch in markets across Florida, pending Senator's Rubio's response to a CAPS invitation to meet and discuss the plan's implications for U.S. taxpayers, the national debt and jobless Floridians.

CAPS LAUNCHES TV ADS URGING SENATOR MCCAIN TO BACK OFF HIS MASS IMMIGRATION, AMNESTY PUSH

Despite 2007 Amnesty Defeat And Strong Resistance From Arizona Voters, McCain Insists On Increasing Mass Immigration And Amnesty

Phoenix, AZ – March 18, 2013 –
Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) has launched TV, Radio and Online ads in Phoenix, Arizona. The ads urge Arizonans to call Senator McCain and ask him to stop his push for huge increases in immigrant workers and amnesty for more than 11 million illegal aliens.

OBAMA’S IMMIGRATION SPEECH WAS FULL OF TIRED CLICHÉS

California group says yes to immigration reform, but no to amnesty!

SANTA BARBARA, CA – February 14, 2013 The nonpartisan group, Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS), has announced its opposition to an immigration proposal from President Obama that call for an amnesty for illegal immigrants.

The election is over, but the need to control immigration continues

SANTA BARBARA, CA – November 7, 2012 -- The election and the campaigns were dominated by concerns about the state of the economy. Now that the election has ended, President Obama and the new Congress must deal with a host of issues including gaining control of immigration, according to Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS).

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