NCPA Media: NCPA in the News

  • Oct 08, 2014

    Insurance Companies Can’t Get Obamacare Bailout Unless Congress Approves

    Watchdog.org: The requirement that Congress appropriate funds for Obamacare’s risk corridors is a good protection for taxpayers, says NCPA Senior Fellow John R. Graham in a Watchdog.org post.


  • Oct 08, 2014

    Having Students Pay for College is Socially Unjust

    National Review Online: NCPA Research Associate Farhad Mirzadeh reports on Germany’s recent decision to make higher education virtually free for all students in an article at National Review Online.


  • Oct 07, 2014

    Debt Weighs Heavily On People Near Retirement

    Debt.org: Cultural changes have made paying off debt seem less crucial, leaving many seniors paying off loans well into retirement, says NCPA Senior Fellow Pam Villarreal in a Debt.org article.


  • Oct 07, 2014

    Just Say NO to a Carbon Tax

    American Thinker: Only 60 percent of the federal fuel tax revenue goes towards highways, bridges, and roadways, according to an NCPA report featured in an American Thinker article.


  • Oct 06, 2014

    Wright Shows Limits Shouldn’t Last Forever

    Dallas Morning News: Government programs often end up hurting the people who can least afford it, says NCPA Senior Fellow Pamela Villarreal in a Dallas Morning News column


  • Oct 02, 2014

    Indiana is Rated No. 1 for School Choice

    And that gives students a better shot at a good education.

    Indiana News-Sentinel: School choice creates a dynamic system that embraces the diversity of school children, says NCPA Senior Fellow John Merrifield in an Indiana News-Sentinel editorial.


  • Oct 02, 2014

    How California's Plastic Bag Ban Could Backfire

    Yahoo! Finance: Employers impacted by California’s plastic bag ban were forced to cut employment by almost 10 percent, according to an NCPA report featured at Yahoo! Finance.


  • Sep 29, 2014

    It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World of Health Prices

    Heartland: The third-party payment system has wildly inflated health care costs, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in an article at Heartland.