NCPA Media: News Release

  • Mar 06, 2003

    Work Extracts a Heavy Toll

    Most Americans lose more than half of the income they earn to taxes and lost government benefits, with the highest penalties imposed on low-income workers.

  • Mar 06, 2003

    New Uninsured Study Doesn't Match Author's Rhetoric

    According to health policy experts with the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA), a study on the number of Americans without health insurance released this week by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Families USA "doesn't match the rhetoric of its authors."

  • Mar 04, 2003

    Bush To Detail Plan To Provide Choices For Medicare

    In a speech today before the American Medical Association, President Bush will present a framework for revamping Medicare to provide seniors with additional coverage options, including private insurance coverage that includes prescription drugs.

  • Feb 28, 2003

    Václav Klaus Elected President Of Czech Republic

    Václav Klaus, 2003 Distinguished Leader at the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) has been elected president of the Czech Republic, according to Radio Prague and Czech Radio.

  • Feb 18, 2003

    States Can Avert Medicaid Cost Crisis

    States could save hundreds of thousands of budget dollars spent on Medicaid programs just by becoming smarter buyers of health care.

  • Feb 07, 2003

    NCPA’s Bartlett To Appear On CNBC’s Capitol Report

    Bruce Bartlett, senior fellow with the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA), will appear tonight (Friday, February 07, 2003) on CNBC's Capitol Report.

  • Feb 07, 2003

    Bartlett Tells Democrats "Deficit Fears Exaggerated"

    In testimony today before a joint hearing of the House and Senate Democratic Policy Committees, National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) Senior Fellow Bruce Bartlett refuted the argument that increased deficits would raise interest rates.

  • Feb 03, 2003

    Despite War With Iraq, Oil Should Be Plentiful

    Despite claims that war could disrupt global oil markets, the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) says there is enough oil to meet our needs for the next 100 years.