NCPA Media: News Release
May 15, 2001
Small business owners across America are cheering the imminent demise of the estate tax, but Congress is poised to approve a little-known tax procedure that soon may give them headaches all over again.
May 14, 2001
In anticipation of the announcement of President Bush's national energy strategy, H. Sterling Burnett, senior policy analyst with the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) signaled his optimism that the administration will unveil a plan with "a proper and realistic balance between energy and environmental concerns."
May 02, 2001
The Bush Administration announced today the appointment of Dr. Tom Saving, professor of economics at Texas A&M and a senior fellow with the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA), to the bi-partisan commission on Social Security reform.
Apr 27, 2001
Threats to individual privacy have never been greater due to the spread of electronic databases in government, medicine, business and the workplace.
Apr 26, 2001
The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) will sponsor a briefing at the National Press Club this Friday to discuss what policies should be implemented to protect privacy in the United States.
Apr 11, 2001
The solution to America's labor shortage, the high rate of inmate recidivism and an ever-spiraling tax bill for prisons may be the inmates.
Apr 09, 2001
The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) has added a new pharmaceutical hotline to its Web site, www.ncpa.org.
Apr 04, 2001
There's likely to be a battle over repeal of the estate tax when H.R. 8 comes to the floor for a vote later today.