NCPA Media: NCPA in the News
May 27, 2014
FOX Business: The funds needed to cover the increase in Medicaid enrollment will either come from an increase in taxes or cuts to educational programs, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a FOX Business article.
May 26, 2014
FOX News: ObamaCare will cover generic medications, but people who need specialty drugs will end up paying more out of pocket, says NCPA President John Goodman on FOX News’s Special Report with Bret Baier.
May 25, 2014
Forbes: If competition, incentives, and market prices were introduced into the VA’s healthcare system, veterans would receive better treatment at lower costs, says NCPA Senior Fellow Peter Ferrara in a Forbes commentary.
May 14, 2014
FOX Business: Changes in health benefits are playing a big role in people’s decision to retire early, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a piece at FOXBusiness.com.
May 06, 2014
Huffington Post: Britain’s latest accidental vasectomy was well publicized, but the number of hospital blunders reported between this year and last year was about the same, according to a National Center for Policy Analysis report featured in a Huffington Post article.
May 06, 2014
New training efforts are valuable to Irving-based Signal Metal Industries, which has had trouble finding welders and other skilled workers.
Dallas Morning News: The skills gap created by variance in education is real, says NCPA Distinguished Fellow Bob McTeer in a Dallas Morning News article.
May 05, 2014
The Boston Globe: NCPA President John Goodman advises those touting the success of the Massachusetts health care law to ensure that the good news holds true before celebrating in a Boston Globe article.
May 04, 2014
The Federal Reserve, which on Wednesday decided to continue with its tapering program by withdrawing $10 billion of monthly stimulus money, directs US monetary policy with a combination of data and anecdote, quantitative analysis and horse sense. But some
The Christian Science Monitor: NCPA Distinguished Fellow Bob McTeer discusses the 2008 housing market crash and the structure of the Federal Reserve in a book review at The Christian Science Monitor.