NCPA Media: NCPA in the News

  • Jan 23, 2005

    Importing drugs a flawed solution to rising costs

    A deluge of recent news coveragehas very effectively shed light on the deep flaws in prescription drug importation as a solution to higher drug costs.


  • Jan 22, 2005

    Uninsured throng drugstore when it offered drugs at cost, historic shop went high-volume

    Six months ago, one of Texas' oldest drugstores operated much as it had for 146 years, drawing a small but loyal base of customers with perks like free home delivery, credit accounts based on trust and an old-fashioned cosmetics counter.


  • Jan 19, 2005

    Lives at Risk: Single-Payer National Health Insurance Around the World

    If you're looking for intellectual ammunition to refute the perennial myths about the triumph of socialized medicine in the rest of the developed world, this book is essential. It is an updated, expanded, well-referenced version of Twenty Myths About National Health Insurance, published in 1991 by the National Center for Policy Analysis.


  • Jan 09, 2005

    Reform Calculations

    The Bush administration has suggested shifting the calculation of initial Social Security benefits from wages to prices to reduce costs. Reporters and pundits flew into a tizzy as if this were breaking news. But the indexing proposal has been discussed publicly since it was developed three years ago.


  • Jan 08, 2005

    STATE OF FEAR - OR SMEAR

    Global warming is hot! - pun fully intended. Within the space of a year, a blockbuster action movie and now a sure-to-be best-selling novel have both focused on the perils and political intrigues surrounding the question of whether, or to what extent, humans are causing the planet to overheat with all manner of apocalyptic results.



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