NCPA Media: News Release
Feb 29, 2000
President Clinton today unveiled a state-by-state analysis on Medicare benefits to bolster support for his proposed plan to add a prescription drug benefit for seniors.
Feb 24, 2000
NCPA Health Care Innovator In DC To Promote Widening Access Free-market Analyst Urges Congress to Consider Tax Credits & Revised MSAs
As Congressional conferees attempt to balance increasing health insurance access for the uninsured with protecting patients' rights, Dr. John Goodman, president of the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) and prominent health reform economist, will be in Washington next week to support broadening access through refundable tax credits and expanded Medical Savings Accounts (MSAs).
Feb 17, 2000
National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Analyst H. Sterling Burnett has been appointed by Texas Comptroller Carole Keeton Rylander to the new e-Texas citizens commission.
Feb 14, 2000
Responding to the announcement by Reps. Clay Shaw (R-FL) and Sam Johnson (R-TX) of their plans to propose a repeal of the earnings test for Social Security benefits, National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow and former Treasury official Bruce Bartlett, issued the following statement.
Feb 11, 2000
Bruce Bartlett, senior fellow with the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPASM), will provide testimony to the House Ways & Means Social Security Subcommittee on Tuesday, Feb. 15, on the Social Security earnings test.
Feb 08, 2000
The National Center for Policy Analysis announced today that a new episode of the nationally syndicated program DebatesDebates, a series of programs, which are sponsored by the NCPA, will be made available to stations starting Wednesday, Feb. 9.
Feb 07, 2000
NCPA's Online Calculator Shows What You're Going to Pay & What You're Going To Get From Social Security
A new online calculator will allow workers to determine their personal stake in Social Security.
Feb 04, 2000
National Center For Policy Analysis Study: Government, Not Companies, Blocks Seniors' Access To Prescription Drugs
America's seniors could have access to full prescription drug coverage without the government spending an additional dime on a costly new benefit.