NCPA Media: News Release
Aug 03, 1998
As Congress wrangles over Social Security reform, a National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) study finds that the system is not only destined to fail, but also discriminates against blacks and people without college degrees.
Aug 01, 1998
Higher punishment rates are responsible for the continued decline in violent crime.
Jul 16, 1998
The organization that created the Medical Savings Account concept now says the MSA pilot project is proving to be a failure. The reason: over-regulation.
Jun 25, 1998
NCPA Health Care Expert Says House Plan Won't Work "Patients Need Consumer Choice, Not Consumer Protection"
"Republicans have finally responded to political pressure to do something about managed care. The problem is what they want to do is wrong."
Jun 24, 1998
NCPA Expert To Testify on Prison Industries: Removing Restrictions to Inmate Work Best Antidote for Recidivism
Dr. Morgan Reynolds, director of the National Center for Policy Analysis' Criminal Justice Center will testify before the Crime Subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee on the new prison reform bill, Prison Industries Reform Act of 1998.
Jun 11, 1998
The latest developments in the arena of scholarship vouchers for school choice are clear indications that the idea of choice and competition in education pioneered by Children's Educational Opportunity of America (CEO America), will not be going away.
Jun 08, 1998
With Congress and the Administration locked in battle over whether or not to cut taxes, speakers at a National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) Capitol Hill Briefing today called for bolder cuts than those currently being considered by either congressional budget resolution or President Clinton.
Jun 03, 1998
Five years ago President Clinton raised taxes to balance the budget and eliminate the national deficit. Now that the government is operating with a budget surplus of between $43 billion to $63 billion, why are Americans still paying higher taxes?