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November 2015 E-Newsletter

  CAPS eNews and Action CAPS' latest ads are shaking things up. Thanks to your support, CAPS was the first national organization to run an anchor baby TV ad during the first presidential debate on CNN. Accompanying radio ads in Los Angeles...
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Fall 2015 Newsletter

caps_nl_fall_15web.pdf CAPS Ads Shake Up National Debate CAPS aired a new national TV commercial during CNN’s first Democratic Presidential debate to help Americans understand what presidential candidates mean when they say “anchor babies.” Immigration Wave Often, being wrong is more comforting than...
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September 2015 E-Newsletter

    CAPS eNews and Action CAPS' Local Activism Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors Weighs Sanctuary Policies A few weeks ago, CAPS alerted its Central Coast activists to a protest at the Santa Maria courthouse during the arraignment of two illegal...
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August 2015 E-Newsletter

    CAPS eNews and Action How many more families need to suffer the loss or harm of their loved ones?  On the heels of heels of the murder of Kate Steinle by a 7-felony, 5-times-deported illegal alien, comes Marilyn Pharis' brutal...
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July 2015 E-Newsletter

    CAPS eNews and Action Is a terrible – and completely avoidable – tragedy combined with an outsider Presidential candidate what the media needs to finally start covering sanctuary cities?  The murder of Kate Steinle by a 7-felony, 5-times-deported illegal alien...
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June 2015 E-Newsletter

    CAPS eNews and Action: Drought Spotlight Water Shortage or People Longage? You can count on CAPS to uncover the hidden and common sense truths about our drought crisis — overpopulation has made the problem worse for your family.  It's simple...
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