Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) has launched a television, radio, and digital advertising campaign in California and Washington D.C. as part of our nationwide “Stop Sanctuary” campaign.
The advertisement features CAPS’ national spokesperson Don Rosenberg, whose son was killed by someone in the country illegally, explaining why sanctuaries bring more illegal immigration, more crime, and more gangs, and how Americans can be part of the solution to stop sanctuaries.
The focus of the campaign is featured at www.stopsanctuary.com, which CAPS created to be a resource for citizens who oppose sanctuary laws in California and around the country. Earlier this year, the city of Los Alamitos sparked a revolt against SB 54, California's so-called "sanctuary" bill, by approving an ordinance to exempt the city from giving "sanctuary" to immigrants in the country illegally. In the ensuing months, dozens of cities and counties in California and across the nation have openly revolted against sanctuary laws.
The six-figure advertising campaign includes radio, television, and digital media advertising buys in the Washington D.C. metro area, Fresno, California, and southern California where the debate over California's “sanctuary law” has sparked fierce opposition.