NCPA Media: NCPA in the News

  • Jul 08, 2014

    Texas Beats California: No Income Tax, Booming Economy, Friendly Folks

    The New American: Toyota employees moving with the company from California to Texas will save big, regardless of their income, said NCPA Senior Fellow Pam Villarreal in a piece at The New American.


  • Jul 06, 2014

    Income Inequality

    McCuistion: NCPA Senior Fellow Pam Villarreal discusses the causes and solutions to income inequality with NCPA interim President and CEO Dennis McCuistion on KERA’s McCusition.


  • Jul 06, 2014

    Democrats Abandoning Obamacare’s Employer Mandate

    Newsmax: The costs imposed by ObamaCare’s employer mandate will hurt small business’ hiring, employee compensation and business growth, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a Newsmax article.


  • Jun 27, 2014

    ACA and the Supreme Court: Looking Back and Projecting for 2015

    FOX Business: The botched rollout was a defining moment for the Affordable Care Act, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a FOXBusiness.com article.


  • Jun 26, 2014

    OHSU Students Get Bitter Insurance Pill

    Portland Tribune: OHSU’s health insurance policy, which requires students to buy OHSU’s health plan if their insurance isn’t deemed “good enough,” runs against the national trend, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a Portland Tribune article.


  • Jun 26, 2014

    50 or Older? 10 Things You Should Do With Your Money

    Forbes: The average credit card debt for those aged 65 to 74 has increased since 1989, according to an NCPA report quoted in a Forbes article.


  • Jun 25, 2014

    Computers Make Tutoring Cheap, Accessible

    Heartland Institute: Facilitating the integration of technology into the classroom allows children to receive the personalized education they need, says NCPA Research Associate Megan Simons in a commentary at Heartland.


  • Jun 23, 2014

    Former Allies Turn on Pence’s Health Indiana Plan

    Indianapolis Business Journal: NCPA Senior Fellow Linda Gorman finds “little to like” in Indiana Governor Mike Pence’s Healthy Indiana Plan, and outlines the flaws with the plan in an Indianapolis Business Journal article.