NCPA Media: News Release

  • Jul 22, 2009

    NCPA: White House Has Ideas On How To Ration Health Care

    On the cusp of President Obama's news conference tonight, the National Center for Policy Analysis points to evidence that the President's health care reform plan may result in denying care to a significant number of Americans, especially the elderly.


  • Jul 15, 2009

    House Democrat’s Health Care Reform Bill Is a 1,018-Page Nightmare

    The Democrats' health care reform bill under consideration in the House of Representatives creates a new government-run health plan that will undercut the private market and force as many as 119 million people to lose their private health insurance and be forced into a Medicare-like plan, according to National Center for Policy Analysis President John C. Goodman.


  • Jul 01, 2009

    Not-So-Sweet Excise Taxes

    The proposal by Congress and the Obama Administration to impose excise taxes on soft drinks and increase them on alcohol to fund health care reform and energy technology development won't accomplish their goal of changing unhealthy behavior or increasing revenue, according to a new report by the National Center for Policy Analysis. Instead, according to the NCPA report, it will inflict a burden on the poor.  


  • Jun 15, 2009

    NCPA President To Address Health Care Reform

    Success North Dallas Symposium Looks at Impact on Workers and Employers


  • Jun 09, 2009

    Expanding Family Leave Act Would Hurt Working Families

    Expansion of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) to include employers with 25 or more workers would be counterproductive, especially during a recession, according to a new NCPA report. The FMLA threshold is now 50 employees.



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