NCPA Media: News Release

  • Apr 04, 2001

    House Repeals Estate Tax

    A group of black millionaires led by billionaire founder of the Black Entertainment Network, Robert L. Johnson, bought ads today in The New York Times and the Washington Post calling for abolition of the so-called death tax.

  • Apr 03, 2001

    Louisiana Supreme Court Ruling On Gun Suits Hits The Mark

    H. Sterling Burnett, senior policy analyst with the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA), applauded today's ruling of the Supreme Court of Louisiana to reject New Orleans' liability lawsuit against the nation's gun manufacturers.

  • Apr 03, 2001

    Health Care Tax Credits Can Solve Uninsured Problem

    House Majority Leader Dick Armey (R-Texas) today reintroduced his bill to provide a refundable tax credit to help the uninsured purchase private health insurance.

  • Mar 26, 2001

    Lieberman's $60 Billion Tax Rebate Idea Won't Work

    A small tax rebate would only serve to provide tax rate cut opponents with political cover, while doing virtually nothing to help stimulate the economy.

  • Mar 23, 2001

    What Are The Prospects For Medicare Reform This Year?

    The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) and the National Association for Business Economics' (NABE) Health Economics Roundtable will co-sponsor a Capitol Hill briefing to answer some of the critical questions about the chances for Medicare reforms this Congress.

  • Mar 20, 2001

    Gun Show Loophole Doesn't Exist

    Mandating background checks at gun shows will not reduce crime significantly. Rather than closing a loophole in current law, mandatory background checks will be a step towards banning private firearm sales between individuals.

  • Mar 15, 2001

    Bush Makes Right Call On Co2

    President Bush's announcement that the administration will not impose mandatory emissions reductions for carbon dioxide on the nation's power plants is good news for our nation's energy and environmental policy.

  • Mar 12, 2001

    How Should Texas Grow?

    According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Texas is expected to grow by more than 7 million people by the year 2025-the second largest increase in the nation.