NCPA Media: News Release
Oct 24, 2006
When use of the computer is ubiquitous among other professionals (accountants, lawyers, architects, etc.) why do so few doctors maintain their patient records that way?
Oct 17, 2006
According to Matt Moore, an expert with the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA), the new kid on the block faces a life of higher taxes than any American before him and a mounting financial burden.
Oct 11, 2006
Many public health advocates are urging states to increase their spending on Medicaid, noting that average state revenue grew faster than spending on Medicaid.
Sep 28, 2006
Medicaid takes money from poor states and gives them to rich ones, according to new study by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
Sep 26, 2006
States that have lower taxes, smaller government and flexible labor markets tend to have comparatively more economic growth.
Sep 21, 2006
As Congress continues debate over reduction and possible elimination of the estate tax, a new study from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) undermines the chief argument made by proponents of the tax – that estate taxation prevents the concentration of wealth in the hands of financial dynasties.
Jul 27, 2006
NCPA Scholar Calls for Environmentalists to "Get Serious" About Energy Alternatives
As former Vice President Al Gore's global warming movie nears the end of its run in theaters, a new report from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) suggests combating climate change requires creative thinking about the world's energy needs.
Jun 28, 2006
Government spending on health care in the U.S. is on a course to consume about a third of national income by mid-century – an amount that would absorb the entire federal government budget as well as all state and local government budgets, according to a study published by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).