NCPA Media: News Release
Jul 16, 2015
Drs. McCollough and Pivnick Bring New Insight to Healthcare
NCPA: The NCPA is pleased to welcome Gaylon McCollough, M.D. and Lawrence Neil Pivnick M.D, J.D. as its newest Contributing Fellows in the area of healthcare.
Jul 14, 2015
Making “The Pill” Available Over the Counter Could Help Millions: NCPA
NCPA: Making oral contraceptives available for purchase without a prescription would give millions of women access to reliable family planning methods – right at their local grocery or drug store shelves, according to a new report by National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow Devon Herrick.
Jul 08, 2015
NCPA Announces Addition of New Contributing Fellow
NCPA: The National Center for Policy Analysis is pleased to welcome former Republican National Committee spokesman Cherylyn Harley LeBon as its newest Contributing Fellow.
Jul 07, 2015
NCPA Pres/CEO Allen West Applauds Nomination
NCPA: General Joseph Dunford’s long history of exemplary service and experience make him an excellent choice for the next Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said NCPA President/CEO Allen West ahead of Dunford’s confirmation hearing before the Senate Armed Services Committee on Thursday, July 9th.
Jun 09, 2015
Incentivizing Work Key to Comprehensive Change: NCPA
NCPA: Despite improvements in health care options and workplace accommodations, the number of individuals receiving disability payments has skyrocketed over previous decades, which will deplete the Disability Trust Fund by 2016, according to a new report by National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow Pam Villarreal.
Jun 08, 2015
“Non-Profit” Option Broke Without Taxpayer Bailout: NCPA
NCPA: Health insurance cooperatives are hemorrhaging money, paying out far more in medical claims than they can cover with their artificially low premiums – and expecting taxpayers to pick up the slack, warns NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a report published by the NCPA.
May 28, 2015
Lecture-Based Curricula Fail to Fill STEM Gap: NCPA
NCPA: In order to fill the growing number of STEM openings over the next several years, schools across Texas must reevaluate how STEM subjects are taught, according to a new report by National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Research Fellow Lloyd Bentsen IV.