NCPA Media: NCPA in the News

  • Aug 17, 2015

    U.S. House Votes to Abolish IPAB

    Heartland Institute: Congress should replace the Independent Payment Advisory Board with a program that encourages patients to behave like consumers, advocates National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a Heartland Institute article.

  • Aug 14, 2015

    Study: U.S. uninsured rate drops below 10 percent

    Greenville Online: Almost ninety percent of Americans had no health insurance in 1940, but this rate dropped to 25 percent by 1960 with the introduction of private health insurance, according to a National Center for Policy Analysis report in a Greenville Online article.

  • Aug 06, 2015

    John Hood: Reservations about travel taxes

    Salisbury Post: Charlotte, North Carolina has the 9th-highest tax burden on travelers among major cities in the U.S., according to a NCPA travel tax study featured in a Salisbury Post article.

  • Aug 06, 2015

    Policy Brief Pushes for OTC Birth Control

    Pharmacy Times: Providing birth control over the counter would result in substantial cost savings and give women better access to contraceptives, argues a NCPA brief cited in a Pharmacy Times article.

  • Aug 05, 2015

    Group tracks U.S. fracking bans

    Daily Oil Bulletin: NCPA’s “FracMap,” showing bans and restrictions on hydraulic fracturing (fracking) in the U.S., was the featured daily infographic on

  • Aug 04, 2015

    Travel taxes can add up quickly

    Bankrate: The trifecta of taxes on lodging, rental cars and airfare is a traveler’s worst nightmare – and a politician’s best friend, according to NCPA research in a Bankrate article.

  • Jul 29, 2015

    Health Care Reform 2015: As Pharmacists Push For A Bigger Role In Healthcare, Doctors Flinch

    International Business Times: Giving pharmacists a bigger role in health care could lead to bigger bills for, worries NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in an International Business Times article.

  • Jul 29, 2015

    Will US Oil Prices Rise or Fall Heading into 2016?

    Flow Control Network: The price of crude oil could rise at an annual rate of $8 a barrel over the next 12 months, says NCPA Senior Fellow R. David Ranson in a Flow Control Network article.

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