NCPA Media: NCPA in the News
Jan 05, 2010
For young adults, many of whom do not have health insurance coverage, the health care reform bill will add a new and costly expense into their budgets.
Jan 04, 2010
As Congress continues to debate sweeping health care legislation, reports indicate the threat of greater regulation is already hiking costs as drug companies are reportedly raising prices in anticipation of lost income due to expanded taxes and fines, along with concerns about expiring patents.
Dec 30, 2009
A leading health economist says everybody is missing the two worst aspects of the Democrats' healthcare reform bill. Dr. John Goodman of the National Center for Policy Analysis says Congress and President Obama are about to nationalize health insurance in the U.S. for the first time in American history...
Dec 29, 2009
Proposed health care legislation in the U.S. Senate could eliminate tax-advantaged savings accounts used by thousands of Americans, even as evidence suggests they have helped lower health care costs.
Dec 25, 2009
Legislation Clears First Hurdle; Debate Is Far From Over
Now that the Senate's $871 billion health care overhaul bill has passed, many may still have questions about the exact nature of the bill -- and how it may affect their health choices in the decade to come.
Dec 22, 2009
At least common thieves don't destroy an entire health care system and socialize the American economy when they commit their felonies. Too bad we can't say the same for our illustrious Democratic senators who sold out the nation.
Dec 22, 2009
No one really likes any of the various health care reform proposals passed by Congress. Why would the majority of Members of Congress vote for bills that no one really likes and no one thinks will control costs or improve quality and possibly not even improve access to care?
Dec 13, 2009
Swine flu pushed snout into the tent
NCPA Distinguished Fellow Terry Neese said in a Washington Times editorial that the proposed Emergency Influenza Containment Act would force more mandates on small businesses, and mandated sick leave is not a cure for what ails small businesses. Neese said a better solution would be to look for policies that empower the employer and employee.