NCPA Media: News Release
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.
Feb 01, 2000
Bruce Bartlett, senior fellow with the National Center for Policy Analysis, is available to comment on a marriage penalty tax relief proposal that is expected to be unveiled today by House Ways & Means Chairman Rep. Bill Archer.
Jan 28, 2000
Why do many seniors lack insurance coverage for prescription drugs?
Jan 27, 2000
Policy experts from the Dallas-based National Center for Policy Analysis will be available to offer insight and analysis on the policy proposals made during President Clinton's State of the Union address.
Jan 27, 2000
In his State of the Union address this evening, President Clinton is expected to put forward a proposal to reduce the impact of the marriage penalty in the Tax Code.
Jan 26, 2000
Dr. John C. Goodman, president of the National Center for Policy Analysis and leading free-market health policy innovator, is available to comment on the bi-partisan health insurance tax credit proposal unveiled today, which is based in part on proposals first made by Goodman and the NCPA.