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Today's Influence Ads: CEA Calls for Strategic Immigration

On the day the Supreme Court heard arguments about Arizona's immigration law, the Consumer Electronics Association has a new ad saying strategic immigration can help America's innovation, according to a compilation of print influence ads by Kantar Media's Campaign Media Analysis Group. "America's golden door has always been a source of inspiration for the world's best free-thinkers and innovative minds," the ad says. "But today, closed-minded immigration policy is pushing many of our leading technology entrepreneurs outside our borders."

As today's Washington Eye shows, Auto Alliance, the American Petroleum Institute, Earthjustice, ExxonMobil, the GI Film Festival, the Independent Community Bankers of America, Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America, the Independent Pilots Association, the International Council of Shopping Centers, Lockheed Martin, United Technologies and a group of environmental and conservancy groups have new ads.

Others with ads today are the American Beverage Association, Chevron, Citigroup, CTIA, CVS Caremark, Easter Seals, Goldman Sachs, Huntington Ingalls Industries, the Nuclear Energy Institute, TriWest Healthcare Alliance, United Healthcare, Volkswagen and WTOP.    

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