Press Releases

Obama Administration Abandons American Workers, Refuses to Implement E-Verify Requirement

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (June 4, 2009) - Billions of dollars in stimulus aid can be used by federal contractors to hire illegal workers because of the Obama administration’s cancellation of a requirement that they use the E-Verify system. As unemployment soars in the U.S., taxpayer-funded assistance will be used to hire illegal aliens, according to Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS).

CAPS Announces New Board Member

Marilyn Brant Chandler DeYoung has been elected to the Board of Directors of Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS). Marilyn earned a Master's degree in Urban Planning from UCLA and has served as an executive or partner in several Southern California architect/planning firms and was President of Marilyn Brant & Associates.

What You Can Do About Overpopulation

CAPS Offers Nine Things to Talk About on Earth Day

Santa Barbara, Calif. (April 9, 2009) – Since Earth Day 2008, an estimated 80 million people have been added to the planet. That’s approximately 150 people a minute, or about 6.6 million people every month. Think of it as adding a city roughly the size of Chicago, Hong Kong or Hyderabad, India – every single month.

NEW CAPS TV CAMPAIGN REVEALS MASSIVE LAYOFFS OF U.S. WORKERS

U.S. Brings In 1.5 Million Foreign Workers A Year to Take American Jobs During Time of High Unemployment

California’s Budget Problems Exacerbated by Illegal Immigration

Costs of Illegal Immigration to State Match Amount of the Budget Deficit

SANTA BARBARA – While Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has called for increases in the sales tax and cuts in services to reduce the budget deficit of $11.2 billion, a population group has noted that the shortfall is about the same as the costs of illegal immigration to the state.

Overpopulation and Over-Immigration Threaten Water Supply, Says Ad Campaign

Water conservation efforts overwhelmed by continued population growth

SANTA BARBARA - October 20, 2008 - Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) and allied organizations have initiated an ad campaign to draw attention to America's looming water shortages and the role that population growth plays in the problem. The advertisements will appear in major national publications.

Population Group Opposes Proposition 4

SANTA BARBARA - Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) opposes Proposition 4 on the California ballot. The organization’s spokesperson said that it is important that women have the ability to choose when and if to have children, and opponents fear that some young girls will seek out dangerous, and/or illegal abortions or have a child that no responsible adult will be responsible for rather than notify their parents that they are pregnant.

California TV Ad Says Current And Future Immigration Exacerbates Global Warming

Immigrants Produce Four Times More Carbon Emissions in U.S. Than In Their Home Countries

SANTA BARBARA, CA. – Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) has launched an ad campaign in California TV markets.  The TV spots point out that when immigrants settle in the U.S., their energy use quickly becomes Americanized. As a result their carbon emissions skyrocket.  The result is a quadrupling of immigrants’ carbon footprints compared to the amount of carbon emissions they produced in their home countries.

Ad Campaign Asks, “Do We Really Want This Population Growth?”

Overpopulation overwhelms efforts to protect environment

SANTA BARBARA - Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) and allies unveiled an ad campaign to raise America's awareness of the role population growth plays in many of the nation’s environmental problems. The ads, which will appear in major national publications, are a response to a Census Bureau report that the U.S. population will rise to 439 million by 2050, or 135 million more than today.

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