NCPA Experts Available To Discuss Public Policy Implications Of Election Results


DALLAS (November 6, 2000) -- On Tuesday the nation will finally decide who the next occupant of the White House will be, as well as which party will control the House and Senate. Experts from the non-partisan National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA SM) are available to discuss the implication of this decision on the future of Social Security and Medicare reform; tax and economic policy; health care reform; the environment; and crime and gun policy.

The NCPA is a non-profit, non-partisan public policy institute with internationally known experts who analyze the most pressing issues on the minds of Americans today.

SOCIAL SECURITY:

  • John C. Goodman, Ph.D., NCPA President
  • Matt Moore, Social Security Policy Analyst

TAXES/ECONOMY:

  • Bruce Bartlett, Senior Fellow

HEALTH CARE:

  • John C. Goodman, Ph.D., NCPA President
  • Jack Strayer, V.P. of External Affairs
  • Greg Scandlen, Senior Fellow

PRESCRIPTION DRUGS:

  • Robert Goldberg, Ph.D., Senior Fellow

ENVIRONMENT:

  • H. Sterling Burnett, Senior Policy Analyst

EDUCATION:

  • Dorman Cordell, Senior Scholar

CRIME/GUN CONTROL:

  • Morgan Reynolds, Ph.D., Senior Fellow
  • H. Sterling Burnett, Senior Policy Analyst