NCPA Media: News Release

  • May 05, 1998

    Private Businesses Putting Prison Inmates to Work

    More than half of all Americans favor private companies putting prisoners to work according to a new survey released today.

  • May 01, 1998

    First-Ever Prison Labor Poll to Be Released

    The National Center for Policy Analysis, The Enterprise Prison Institute, The Criminal Justice Policy Foundation and The Workman Fund will release the results of a first-of-its-kind national poll to assess public sentiment on expanding prison work programs by allowing businesses to employ inmates.

  • Apr 22, 1998

    School Choice for an Entire District!

    An historic educational choice project announced today in San Antonio will enable, for the first time ever, thousands of families in an entire school district to exercise choice of schools.

  • Apr 22, 1998

    Earth Day Briefing Unveils Five Rational Principles For A Better Environment

    In celebration of Earth Day a panel of environmental experts gathered in Washington, D.C. at a National Center for Policy Analysis Congressional briefing that urged lawmakers to move away from accusations of who values restoring, protecting and conserving the environment most to focusing instead on sensible environmental policies.

  • Apr 17, 1998

    Earthday Briefing: Five Rational Principles for a Better Environment

    The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) will sponsor a Congressional Briefing to propose principles to help solve one of the most important dilemmas facing modern Americans: How do we best advance environmental protection while ensuring continued economic growth and individual rights?

  • Apr 13, 1998

    NCPA Tax Expert Calls for Major Tax Reform

    As April 15th approaches, the time of year when taxpayers feel most inclined to lambast the Internal Revenue Service, it is imperative that Americans pay attention to the real problem - the tax code the IRS is contracted by Congress to enforce.

  • Apr 06, 1998

    Study: Diet & Lifestyle, Not Chemicals, Are The Largest Cause of Cancer

    More than half the natural chemicals in fruits and vegetables that have been tested cause cancer in laboratory rats and mice at very high doses.

  • Mar 24, 1998

    A Real Patient Bill of Rights

    While the President's health care commission has released a Consumers' Bill of Rights that could lead to massive regulation and government control over health insurance, a group of panelists today said the solution is more choice, not more regulation.