NCPA Media: News Release

  • Dec 04, 1997

    Briefing to Address IRS Reform

    Dr. John Goodman, President of the National Center for Policy Analysis, joins Senator Phil Gramm and Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison in Houston Monday for a public briefing on Internal Revenue Service reform and the introduction of Sen. Gramm's "Honest Taxpayer Protection Act of 1998."


  • Dec 04, 1997

    NEWS RELEASE: Wyoming Is Valedictorian, Hawaii Fails On Report Card For Welfare Reform States

    Washington, D.C. - Why work when you can earn more than $36,000 a year doing nothing? This is what welfare recipients are asking in Hawaii, and why welfare-to-work reform policies have been slow to be adopted in that state according to a report from the National Center for Policy Analysis. Making Welfare Work: Lessons From the Best and Worst State Welfare Reform Programs, looks at why some states have been more successful than others in implementing welfare-to-work programs.


  • Dec 04, 1997

    MEDIA ADVISORY: Briefing to Address IRS Reform

    Dallas - Dr. John Goodman, President of the National Center for Policy Analysis, joins Senator Phil Gramm and Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison in Houston Monday for a public briefing on Internal Revenue Service reform and the introduction of Sen. Gramm's "Honest Taxpayer Protection Act of 1998."


  • Dec 02, 1997

    Best and Worst States for Welfare Reform

    While some states are having great success with welfare reform, many indolent states are putting fewer welfare recipients to work.


  • Dec 02, 1997

    MEDIA ADVISORY: Best and Worst States for Welfare Reform

    Washington, D.C. - While some states are having great success with welfare reform, many indolent states are putting fewer welfare recipients to work according to a report from the National Center for Policy Analysis.



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