NCPA Media: News Release
May 25, 2010
Provider & Services Alternatives Can Help Meet Health Care Demand
Millions of people will try to access health care services that simply won't be there because the already strained health care providers will not be able to meet the increased demand, as a direct result of the new national health care reform, according to a new report from the National Center for Policy Analysis.
May 18, 2010
New NCPA Report Says Employer Penalties Will Negatively Affect Job Creation
Although the IRS announced yesterday the ground rules for small businesses expecting to claim a new federal tax credit, small business owners may be in for a big surprise. The tax credit penalizes employers if they hire more workers or increase salaries, according to a new report by the National Center for Policy Analysis.
May 13, 2010
NCPA Expert Says Kerry-Lieberman Bill Will Result in Lost Jobs, Higher Prices
Although Sen. John Kerry (D-MA) claims that the Kerry-Lieberman climate bill, which was formally released yesterday, will not raise taxes for Americans and will have "very little if any cost increase to the American consumer," the bill will inevitably have the same negative economic impact of any other tax, according to H. Sterling Burnett, Senior Fellow with the National Center for Policy Analysis.
Apr 29, 2010
NCPA Expert Says Subsidized Green Job Creation will Cost More Jobs than It Creates
Dallas - A big supporter of green jobs, President Obama has regularly touted legislation containing provisions to subsidize green job creation. Unfortunately, there is growing evidence that government support of green industries will cost more jobs than it creates, according to a new analysis by the National Center for Policy Analysis.
Apr 22, 2010
Randal O'Toole To Discuss Transportation Pitfalls & Solutions
Author and Cato Institute Senior Fellow Randal O'Toole contends that government "congestion experts" may actually be making America's traffic problem worse. On Tuesday, April 27, O'Toole is the featured speaker at the National Center for Policy Analysis sponsored event, and will outline simpler, less expensive, and more effective solutions