NCPA Media: News Release

  • Aug 25, 2008

    NCPA Responds to Census Uninsured Report

    The Census Bureau Tuesday releases its latest report on the status of the nation's uninsured millions.


  • Aug 22, 2008

    Federal Court Ruling Blurs Lines of Authority

    NCPA Expert Says EPA Authority over Pollution Monitoring Should be Maintained

    A federal appeals court ruling on pollution monitoring demonstrates a social justice view and not a constitutional view of government, according to NCPA Senior Fellow H. Sterling Burnett.


  • Aug 21, 2008

    NCPA Publishes New Telemedicine Analysis

    The National Center for Policy Analysis is today releasing a study update on the topic of telemedicine.


  • Aug 13, 2008

    Report Finds Medical Tourism Option Not Just for Wealthy Patients

    Medical tourism is one of the fastest growing trends in Americans' search for affordable, quality health care, according to an updated study  by National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow Devon Herrick. 


  • Aug 08, 2008

    iDebate Winning Team

    A debate team comprised of Noel Gordon, a high school junior from Henderson, Nevada and Hannah Ketring, a high school junior from Flanagan, Illinois were named the big winners at a week-long leadership camp hosted by retired General Tommy Franks.


  • Aug 07, 2008

    Green Schools Don't Make The Grade

    Congress Prepares to Spend Billions for Green Schools But Data Doesn't Add Up

    As schools across the country prepare for a new academic year, Congress is considering spending $20 billion to support "green" school programs that have not been proven to work, according to a new report by the National Center for Policy Analysis.


  • Jul 17, 2008

    BORROWING FROM 401(K) PLANS COULD BE A BIG MISTAKE

    Most employees don't realize that borrowing $30,000 from their 401(k) plans could cost them as much as $600,000 in retirement income.


  • Jun 10, 2008

    Some Good News on Income Inequality

    The rich are getting richer, but so is everyone else, according to a study released today by the National Center for Policy Analysis.