NCPA Media: News Release
Oct 11, 1999
As the President and members of Congress consider expanding Medical Savings Account (MSA) provisions to increase access to health insurance for the uninsured, Dr. John Goodman, recognized as "the father of MSAs" and president of the Dallas-based National Center for Policy Analysis, will be in Washington this week to dispel myths some members of Congress recently tried to attach to MSAs during the Patient Bill of Rights debate.
Oct 08, 1999
Responding to Ohio Judge Robert Ruehlman's decision today to dismiss Cincinnati's liability lawsuit against gun manufactures, National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) Senior Policy Analyst H. Sterling Burnett issued the following statement.
Oct 06, 1999
National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Policy Analyst H. Sterling Burnett will take part in a panel discussion on environmental policy at the 7th Annual State Policy Network Meeting in Dallas, Texas.
Sep 29, 1999
The National Center for Policy Analysis announced today that an episode of the nationally syndicated program DebatesDebates, a series of 22 programs which are sponsored by the NCPA, will be made available to stations starting today, Wednesday, Sept. 29.
Sep 27, 1999
First Comparative Analysis Of Major Social Security Reform Plans Shows Private Accounts Can Solve Financial Crisis Of Social Security
The projected federal budget surplus offers a rare opportunity to reform Social Security and eliminate its current multi-trillion dollar unfunded liability.
Sep 23, 1999
Responding to the President's decision to veto the tax cut approved by Congress, National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow Bruce Bartlett issued the following statement.
Sep 22, 1999
Talking about his life on the court and the difficult process that placed him there, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas was the featured speaker at the National Center for Policy Analysis' recent Sumners Lecture Series luncheon, which will air on Saturday, Sept. 25, on the C-SPAN cable network.
Sep 21, 1999
Several serious solutions for reforming Social Security have emerged in the U.S. Congress, including those with bipartisan support.