NCPA Media: News Release

  • Sep 08, 2010

    New NCPA Report: Health Reform Impact on Elderly and Disabled

    Two Former Trustees at September 8th Capitol Hill Briefing on Medicare Cuts

    Finding accessible and quality care for the elderly and disabled will become increasingly difficult because of the "stunning" reduction in Medicare spending in the coming years, according to a new findings from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).

  • Sep 07, 2010

    U.S. Needs To Lead in R&D, Not Follow

    Tax Credit Creates Jobs, Fuels Economic Growth

    Extending business tax credits for research and development (R&D) and making them permanent are necessary to create and retain high-level jobs in the U.S., according to a new research paper released today by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA). The report also concludes that expanding the R&D credits and making them permanent could grow gross domestic product (GDP) and increase taxable revenues.

  • Aug 25, 2010

    Health Reform Costs, Benefits Explained in NCPA Consumer's Guide

    The first detailed and objective consumer's guide on the impact of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has just been released by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA), titled "What Does Health Care Reform Mean To You? A Consumer's Guide"

  • Aug 23, 2010

    NCPA's John Goodman Voted among Most Influential in Health Care

    Modern Healthcare magazine has named National Center for Policy Analysis President, CEO and Kellye Wright Fellow John Goodman among the 100 Most Powerful People in Healthcare.

  • Aug 02, 2010

    Gulf Oil Spill Becomes More Hype Than Reality

    Although Still a Tragedy, Spill Is Now Reported to Not Be as Bad as Originally Claimed

    Dallas - More than two weeks after BP began capping a spewing oil rig, it seems that much of the resulting oil spill has disappeared, and evidence suggests that environmentalists may have tried to take this most unfortunate event and make it seem worse than it really was, according to NCPA Senior Fellow, H. Sterling Burnett.

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