Gov. Calls on KRCA-TV to Kill Billboard

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LOS ANGELES California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger (left) today asked for Spanish-language television station KRCA to remove a controversial local billboard advertising the news team as broadcasting from “Los Angeles, Mexico.”

Speaking on the John and Ken Show on KFI-AM, Los Angeles, earlier today, Schwarzenegger called the advertisement “extremely divisive” in promoting illegal immigration.

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