NCPA Media: News Release
May 29, 2013
New NCPA Study Warns They Aren’t for Everyone
Reverse mortgages, which allow seniors age 62 and older to tap into their home equity and receive an annuity payment during their retirement years, have grown in popularity; but so have the potential pitfalls, according to a new report from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
May 02, 2013
Thousands in College Scholarships Available for High School Students
The May 15 deadline for nationwide applications to the prestigious Four Star Leadership Institute with General Tommy Franks is quickly approaching.
Apr 22, 2013
Rep. Sessions will address a wide range of issues on Capitol Hill and important federal issues in Texas
Apr 03, 2013
Rare Earths Should Come from U.S. Not China: NCPA Study
With economic and military demand likely to grow in the next few years, the United States must reform its mine permit process and safety regulations to get to the vast underground store of rare earths materials that could drive growth, add jobs and bring revenues to state budgets, according to a new study from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
Mar 26, 2013
Health care spending in three states – Maine, West Virginia and Mississippi – accounts for one out of every five dollars of state GDP. Conversely, Wyoming spends less one in ten, according to a new study by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
Mar 26, 2013
"LOST" is Ineffective and Doomed to Fail: NCPA Study
The Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) is neither necessary for the U.S. to secure the open ocean's wealth, nor would it be good for the economy, according to a new report from the National Center for Policy Analysis.
Mar 07, 2013
Patients Benefit from Competitive Rx Drug Marketplace
As drug coverage increases as a result of expanded health insurance and Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act, unnecessary regulations will increase prescription drug costs, according to a new study from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
Feb 28, 2013
Increasing the number and variety of schools competing for students and teachers will save states money, help resolve many student behavioral issues and improve education quality for a huge number of children, according to a new study that focuses on Texas and was released today by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).