NCPA Media: News Release
Feb 13, 2014
Reagan’s Former OMB Director to Speak at NCPA Luncheon
NCPA: David Stockman, chief architect of Reagan’s supply-side economics, will be interviewed by National Center for Policy Analysis President John C. Goodman at a Dallas luncheon on Friday, February 21st as part of the NCPA’s Hatton W. Sumners Distinguished Lecture Series.
Feb 03, 2014
Raising the Social Security Payroll Tax or Cutting Future Benefits?
NCPA: Workers at all ages could be better off from smaller Social Security benefits rather than higher payroll taxes, according to a new study from the National Center for Policy Analysis.
Jan 22, 2014
NCPA Study: Expenditures Changing for Americans 65 and Older
Jan 06, 2014
NCPA: Replacing the current 35 percent corporate income tax with a more broadly based rate of 9 percent would increase wages for all workers, increase GDP and still produce just as much revenue, according to a major study just released by the Tax Analysis Center, a new nonprofit tax research center sponsored by the National Center for Policy Analysis.
Dec 11, 2013
NCPA: Bag Bans Hurt Environment, Have No Impact on Costs
NCPA: A new NCPA study finds that plastic bag bans do not reduce waste costs.
Dec 09, 2013
New Study Shows Actual Cost to Arizona Taxpayers
NCPA: Arizona’s Medicaid expansion will cost the state’s taxpayers almost a billion dollars a year within a decade, according to a new study from Health Systems Innovation Network (HSI) and the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
Nov 07, 2013
NCPA Study: Subsidies Push People to Stay Single
NCPA: Should you get married? The Affordable Care Act says no, according to a new study from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
Oct 24, 2013
NCPA Study: The Federal Government Stands in the Way of Greater Supply, Lower Prices, and Increased Employment
NCPA: Fracking is currently responsible for more than 30 percent of U.S. domestic oil and natural gas reserves, and the National Petroleum Council estimates that 60 to 80 percent of all U.S. drilling over the next decade will require fracking.