NCPA Media: News Release

  • Mar 17, 2003

    Long-Term Health of Social Security/Medicare is Worse

    The Social Security Administration today is releasing the annual report from its trustees on the status of the nation's retirement and health programs for seniors.


  • Mar 10, 2003

    Uninsured Week: Get The Other Side

    The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, along with several other organizations, have declared this "Cover the Uninsured Week," and are scheduled to stage a series of events to focus attention on the problem and proposed solutions.


  • 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.



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