NCPA Media: News Release
Dec 13, 2011
Administration Orders to FDA Likely to Aggravate Shortfall
NCPA Study - The major cause of the recent drug shortages can be directly linked to excessive government price regulations and the shortage is projected to get worse, according to a report released today from the National Center for Policy Analysis
Nov 09, 2011
NCPA: Most Social Security reform proposals would result in fewer benefits for future retirees. However, if the program pays out less in benefits there is an offsetting gain: payroll taxes needed from younger workers to support the program will be lower than they would be to fully fund benefits under the current program.
Oct 25, 2011
“Smart Growth” Not So Smart Overseas
NCPA - The rapid rise of housing costs in the international market is the focus of a new brief released today from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
Oct 25, 2011
First Conference on Rare Earths, Critical Metals, Energy and National Security in Washington, D.C. On Nov. 2
Congressional, DOD, DOE, Policy and Other Experts to Speak
NCPA - The first of its kind, this conference will explore the direct link between the U.S. rare earths supply and the nation's safety, as well as policy proposals to decrease our dependence on foreign suppliers, improve our domestic energy production, and enhance our national security. It is sponsored by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
Sep 22, 2011
Hiking Corporate Tax Rate Hurts Employees Most: NCPA Study
NCPA: President Obama and Congress should consult with workers before raising corporate income taxes, according to a new National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) study from Senior Fellow Laurence J. Kotlikoff.
Sep 07, 2011
NCPA - The country faces a rapidly growing fiscal gap that is actually fifteen times larger than the $14 trillion "official" debt, according a new report from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
Sep 02, 2011
Projects Expensive & Encourage High Risk Development
NCPA: In the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, state and federal government focus is turning to the erosion damage that Irene's battering tides caused to the beaches along the east coast into New England.
Aug 11, 2011
Compliance Will Risk Millions of Jobs and Raise Energy Costs – NCPA Report
DALLAS - Four new clean air regulations that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed or finalized will further stifle struggling economic recovery efforts, according to two new reports released today by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).