NCPA Media: News Release
Sep 27, 2000
The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) today announced the launch of a commercial television advertising campaign to educate the general public about the benefits of personal investment in Social Security reform.
Sep 25, 2000
The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA SM) will unveil a national educational advertising initiative at a news conference Wednesday, Sept. 27, at the National Press Club.
Sep 12, 2000
With the Medical Savings Accounts demonstration project due to expire on December 31, 2000, National Center for Policy Analysis health policy experts John C. Goodman, Greg Scandlen and Jack Strayer, all of whom helped develop and market the concept of Medical Savings Accounts, are available to comment.
Sep 05, 2000
Jumping into the fray of the prescription drug debate, the National Center for Policy Analysis will host a Congressional briefing, Thursday, Sept. 7, to propose an innovative new way to finance a prescription drug benefit for seniors.
Aug 31, 2000
The major reason nearly one in four Texans lacks health insurance is an extensive system of free health care that makes private health insurance unattractive for many Texas families.
Aug 30, 2000
Forest fires continue to rage throughout much of the western United States, turning 2000 into one of the worst fire seasons in a century. So far this year, more than 55,000 wild fires have blackened more than 4 million acres.
Aug 15, 2000
In recent months the South African government has accused U.S. manufacturers of HIV/AIDS drugs of price gouging. But are they?
Aug 14, 2000
On the sixty-fifth anniversary of the enactment of Social Security, a just released poll shows widespread support for using a portion of workers payroll tax dollars to create personal retirement accounts as part of Social Security reform.