NCPA Media: News Release
Nov 30, 1999
Responding to the lawsuit filed by the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) against the U.S. Conference of Mayors and each of the cities who have filed suit against firearm manufacturers, National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Policy Analyst H. Sterling Burnett issued the following statement.
Nov 12, 1999
Should Congress raise the minimum wage? Should the city of Dallas mandate a so-called "living wage" of $9 per hour for employees of businesses that contract with the city?
Nov 10, 1999
Jack Strayer, vice president of External Affairs in NCPA's Washington, D.C. office, will appear live via telephone on Tri-State Media News Television today at 1:30 p.m. (EST) to discuss the current minimum wage debate on Capitol Hill.
Nov 08, 1999
Will the current economic prosperity continue in the years to come? Does this economic golden age come with a price to our culture? What should the phrase "prosperity with a purpose" truly mean?
Nov 03, 1999
The Clinton Administration is threatening to veto a bill which would raise the minimum wage by $1 over three years and cut taxes by $35 billion, saying it "provides no benefit to average working Americans."