NCPA Media: News Release

  • Jul 22, 2002

    Federal Prison Industries Need "Work"

    Former Reagan Administration Attorney General, Edwin Meese, will join forces with the ACLU and headline a Congressional briefing on the need to reform federal prison industries and amend current legislation.


  • Jun 27, 2002

    NCPA'S Moore: Court Unlocks The Schoolhouse Door

    This is great news, not only for the children in Cleveland's school choice program, but for children trapped in failing schools across the country. With this decision, government bureaucrats can no longer claim constitutional protection when they prevent those with the humblest of means from exercising the same choices most middle and upper-income families make.


  • Jun 19, 2002

    Implicit Obligations Bloat Public Debt Ten Fold

    What the government owes is ten times larger than official federal debt.


  • Jun 13, 2002

    Taxes Drain Almost Half Of Workers' Additional Earnings

    American workers today only get to keep 56 cents out of each additional dollar they earn, on the average.


  • Jun 06, 2002

    Letter To Bush On Social Security Reform Rings Hollow

    House Minority Leader Dick Gephardt Wednesday sent a letter to President Bush describing the need for an open and honest debate on Social Security, and asking for the president's leadership.


  • May 15, 2002

    Women Need Free-Market Solutions

    NCPA's Women in the Economy project has compiled in-depth research about women's need for flexible work environments, concluding that governments and labor unions will not prompt necessary workplace reforms.


  • Apr 30, 2002

    Colgan: Social Security Reform Critical for Women

    Critics of reforming Social Security have begun charging that investment-based reform of Social Security will shortchange women.


  • Apr 30, 2002

    NCPA: Lung Association Report Full of Hot Air

    In its annual "State of the Air" report, the American Lung Association (ALA) is expected to assert tomorrow (May 1, 2002) that "more than 142 million Americans live in areas where the air they breathe puts them in risk.