NCPA Media: News Release

  • Mar 08, 2001

    Bush Tax Cut Affordable, Trigger Not Workable

    The following is the testimony given today by Bruce Bartlett, senior fellow at the National Center for Policy Analysis before the House Budget Committee hearings on the economic impact of President Bush's tax cut and budget priorities.


  • Mar 07, 2001

    Bipartisan Consensus Builds For Health Care Tax Credits

    A bipartisan group of Hill leaders joined economists from the Dallas-based National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) and the American Medical Association (AMA) to discuss the growing consensus for creating a tax credit to help the millions of uninsured Americans purchase private health insurance.


  • Mar 07, 2001

    Bush Tax Cut Won't Cost As Much As Predicted

    President Bush's proposed tax cut will not cost as much as is predicted because the published estimates do not take into account the rate cut's macroeconomic impact of increased growth.


  • Mar 05, 2001

    NCPA & AMA Host Briefing On Tax Credits, A Bipartisan Approach To Expanding Health Care Coverage

    A bipartisan consensus is beginning to form between President Bush and both Republicans and Democrats in Congress over enacting tax credits to expand health care coverage to the over 43 million uninsured.


  • Mar 01, 2001

    NCPA's Bruce Bartlett on Fox News Channel's "The O'Reilly Factor"

    Bruce Bartlett, senior fellow with the National Center for Policy Analysis is scheduled to appear tonight on The O'Reilly Factor to discuss this week's decision by Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan to leave interest rates alone for the time being, and President Bush's continuing campaign for his tax cut package.


  • Feb 26, 2001

    Business-Friendly Dallas Often Discourages Entrepreneurs

    Regulatory barriers thwart new small business development, especially affecting those low-income areas that most need help-minorities, new immigrants and single parents.
  • Feb 07, 2001

    More Than 560,000 Students Now Have Choice

    While school choice may be controversial inside our nation's capitol, school choice programs are blossoming in communities across the country even without Congressional action.


  • Feb 06, 2001

    National School Choice Summit

    As a positive consensus is beginning to form between Republicans and Democrats over most of President Bush's education reform plan, there appears to be only one main area of contention: school choice.