NCPA Media: News Release
Jul 25, 2000
NCPA Policy Chairman Pete du Pont will testify to a special hearing of the U.S. House Budget Committee Thursday, July 27, on how investment-based reform is the best way to meet the demographic challenges of the Social Security system.
Jul 21, 2000
Having testified on relieving the marriage tax penalty before the House Ways & Means Committee, Bartlett, one of the nation's foremost experts on tax policy, can provide important insight and analysis on the strength and scope of the compromise bill, as well as compare it to the separate House and Senate marriage penalty bills.
Jul 17, 2000
Many studies have shown that bloated government budgets can become a drag on economic growth. But is big government needed to achieve such non-economic objectives as literacy and better health care outcomes?
Jul 11, 2000
With the U.S. Senate set to debate both marriage penalty relief and ending the estate tax this week, Bruce Bartlett, senior fellow with the National Center for Policy Analysis, is available to provide expert analysis and comment on the two proposals and on their likelihood of passage.
Jul 10, 2000
Arguing that F.A. Hayek is more responsible than any other single individual for the intellectual defeat of totalitarian collectivism, John Raybould, a visiting fellow at London's Adam Smith Institute will present an audio visual tribute to the Austrian economist at the next National Center for Policy Analysis/Dallas Fed Policy Forum.