NCPA Media: News Release
Dec 31, 2009
NCPA Expert Examines Pros and Cons of Conversion
Converting from a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA may come with a hefty price depending on your income level and how many years you have before you retire, according to a new analysis by the National Center for Policy Analysis.
Dec 30, 2009
New NCPA Report Says Nuclear Power is Safe, Reliable and Sustainable
Since many state governments now require a percentage of their electrical power to come from approved "renewable" energy sources, now is a good time for policymakers to allow the U.S. to expand the use of nuclear power as a reliable form of energy, according to a new report by the National Center for Policy Analysis
Dec 17, 2009
People often assume they have little control over how much they spend on health care. After all, sickness cannot be scheduled, doctors prescribe treatments and employers provide health coverage to more than 60 percent of Americans
Dec 14, 2009
Will Independent Medicare Advisory Board Control Health Costs?
Health economists from the National Center for Policy Analysis say that creating an Independent Medicare Advisory Board and changing doctors' payments will not lower health care costs.
Dec 10, 2009
New Consumer Financial Protection Agency Would Cause Significant Backslide in the Economy
If Congress votes this week to establish a new Consumer Financial Protection Agency, new job creation would be discouraged and the likelihood of economic recovery would be reduced, according to a new report by the National Center for Policy Analysis
Nov 12, 2009
Four Trillion Dollars, According to NCPA Research
The cost of the Medicare physician payment fix will be more than $4 trillion, according to National Center for Policy Analysis President John C. Goodman.
Nov 09, 2009
NCPA Offers Answers
For your health reform analysis, National Center for Policy Analysis President John C. Goodman is available for interviews on the House health reform bill and the pending Senate legislation that would mean:
Oct 30, 2009
Speaking In Dallas -- To Define "What Americans Really Want"
One of the most honored communication professionals in America today will discuss his latest research findings from a decade of face-to-face interviews with twenty-five thousand people and telephone polls with one million more.