Contest for Six Scholarships and $7,500 Open to Creative Students Alexandria, VA (February 28, 2012)—Negative Population Growth (NPG) President Donald Mann has issued an open invitation to film and video production students at the college level (as well as college-bound high school seniors) to join in a major scholarship contest that is part of NPG’s […]
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Encourages more State Legislatures to Take the Lead on Fighting the War Against Illegal Immigration Alexandria, VA (May 27, 2011)—Negative Population Growth (NPG) President Don Mann has highly praised the U.S. Supreme Court’s action in Chamber of Commerce v. Whiting which upheld Arizona’s law that allows the state to suspend the licenses of businesses for hiring workers […]
Declares Voter by Defeated Members of Congress to be an “Insult to Democracy” Alexandria, VA (November 16, 2010)—Negative Population Growth (NPG) President Don Mann called on Congressional leaders to put off any vote on immigration reform until January 2011 when the newly elected members of the 112th Congress take office. Working to derail a move […]
Declares Population Level of 450 Million will Wipe Out Environmental Gains Alexandria, VA (April 22, 2010)—Negative Population Growth (NPG) President Don Mann called on America’s elected leaders and policymakers today to use the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day to make a commitment to a national population policy that will rein-in population growth. Mann noted that […]
Alexandria, VA (1/23/09): Negative Population Growth, the nation’s premier population-focused organization, has launched a new “Chesapeake Bay Project” dedicated to focusing students’ attention on the Chesapeake Bay’s deteriorating environment. The new program is designed to serve as both an educational project and a “call to action” for students to get involved in pressuring federal, state […]