NCPA Media: NCPA in the News

  • Mar 27, 2013

    New Jersey Medicare Spending Outpaces Rest Of The Nation

    New Jersey Newsroom: The $12,000 per person that New Jersey spends on Medicaid is the highest of any state, according to a new NCPA study.


  • Mar 25, 2013

    Electric Car Enthusiasts are Squaring Off with Ethanol Advocates

    Lawmakers Consider Changing the Renewable Fuels Standard

    Energy Biz: Federal subsidies and mandates are the main reason ethanol is still in the marketplace, says NCPA Senior Fellow Sterling Burnett.


  • Mar 22, 2013

    Medical Device Tax

    Fox News Channel: National Center for Policy Analysis President John C. Goodman speaks about the repeal of the medical device tax in the Affordable Care Act.


  • Mar 21, 2013

    Obama Care

    Fox News Channel: National Center for Policy Analysis President John C. Goodman analyzing the effects of the Affordable Care Act since its implementation.


  • Mar 21, 2013

    The Fed Has Not Been Printing Boatloads Of Money

    Forbes: The Federal Reserve is not printing boatloads of money and predictions of an inflationary break-out are not accurate, says NCPA Distinguished Fellow Bob McTeer.


  • Mar 21, 2013

    Sebelius: GOP governors will eventually expand Medicaid

    Aside from cost savings, Medicaid expansion could create more jobs, given hospitals are often the largest employers in a community, the Health and Human Services secretary told USA TODAY.

    USA Today: Taxpayers, patients and hospital budgets would benefit if moderate-income families enroll in private coverage rather than Medicaid, according to a new NCPA Study.


  • Mar 19, 2013

    Bob McTeer - Fed and the Stimulus

    CNBC: National Center for Policy Analysis Distinguished Fellow Bob McTeer discussing if and when the Federal Reserve will end the Stimulus program.


  • Mar 19, 2013

    Looking Beyond the Budget Duel

    American Thinker: The Obama administration does not want to admit how much the Affordable Care Act is going to cost, says NCPA President John C. Goodman.