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Californians for Population Stabilization Announces Five Winners in CAPA Awards Competition for California College Students

SANTA BARBARA (March 2012) – Five California college students have been named winners in the California Population Awareness Awards, a statewide college competition sponsored by CAPS (Californians for Population Stabilization). Recipients received cash awards totaling $11,000.

Allison Tate-Cortese, a film and television student at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, will receive $9,500 in awards for her entries in the video, audio and Facebook categories in the CAPAs competition.

CAPA Awards Competition for California Students Enters Final Week

– Collegians Asked to Discuss What Benefits Would Accrue from a Sustainable Population –

LOS ANGELES (January 24, 2012) – California’s college and university students are encouraged to finalize their entries this week for the California Population Awareness Awards competition which ends January 31. Complete information is at http://www.capaawards.com.

CAPS Asks College Students What Role Overpopulation Plays in Challenges Ahead as Planet Surpasses 7 Billion People

-- Earth to Add 80 Million People This Year; the U.S., 2.8 million; California, 500,000 --

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 5, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Global population surged past the 7 billion mark about a month ago, garnering a fair share of media coverage and discussion. CAPS (Californians for Population Stabilization) wants to ensure the discussion continues and that future leaders understand the role overpopulation plays in challenges for the state and country now and in the future.

TV ADS CALL ON PRESIDENT OBAMA TO SLOW LEGAL IMMIGRATION UNTIL LOS ANGELES IS WORKING AGAIN

President Obama Continues Admitting Millions of Legal Immigrants and Temporary Foreign Workers To Take Californians’ Jobs Despite High Unemployment

CALIFORNIA GROUP TO RUN TV AD IN PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE CALLING FOR LESS LEGAL IMMIGRATION TO OPEN MORE JOBS

Californians For Population Stabilization Asks If Republican Candidates Know How Many Legal Immigrants Are Admitted Annually To Take Jobs

Press Contact:
Gretchen Pfaff
(805) 564-6626

Santa Barbara, CA  – Californians for Population Stabilization will air a TV ad on CNBC’s broadcast of this Wednesday’s Rochester, Michigan, Republican Presidential debate. The commercial makes the connection between LEGAL immigration and job competition and displacement in California.

CAPS Announces CAPA Awards Competition for College Students in the Golden State

LOS ANGELES (September 19, 2011) – CAPS (Californians for Population Stabilization) today announced the launch of a statewide college competition for the California Population Awareness Awards. Through the CAPA Awards, CAPS aims to increase awareness among college students of the state’s rapid population growth and to encourage students to explore the sources and implications of continuing growth.

CALIFORNIA GROUP TO RUN TV AD IN PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE CALLING FOR LESS LEGAL IMMIGRATION TO OPEN MORE JOBS

Californians For Population Stabilization Asks If Republican Candidates Know How Many Legal Immigrants Are Admitted Annually To Take Jobs

Press Contact:
Gretchen Pfaff
(805) 564-6626

CAPS to Super Congress: Immigration Enforcement Helps the Budget, Helps the Economy, and Should not be Cut

Santa Barbara, CA –  The nonpartisan group, Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS), has noted that enforcement of laws against illegal immigration saves the federal government money and is one area that should not be cut by the new “super committee” in Congress.

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