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Standardized Test Discontent Spreads Across the Nation

As the nation moves into the peak weeks of the 2016 standardized exam season, the backlash against standardized tests is escalating sharply...

Don't Expect to Hear from Fans of Yellen, SEC or Congress at NCPA Event

A growing number of economic thinkers and market watchers see another American financial meltdown building just beneath the bull-headed stock market and a too-loose Fed monetary policy...

The Military, Nation-Building and Counterterrorism in Africa

The 2017 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) must take a more measured approach to the military's financial commitment to the Trans-Sahara Counterterrorism Partnership...

Administration Still Bailing Insurers Out of Obamacare Exchanges

The Obama Administration refuses to concede defeat in its struggle to save Obamacare's exchanges...

Obamacare's Unintended Consequences: People Buy Short-Term Policies

Obamacare has driven individual health insurance premiums up so high people are forgoing comprehensive coverage in favor of short-term policies...

U.S. Health Spending Is Not an Economic Burden

Health spending consumes a higher share of output in the United States than in other countries...

Politicians' Plans to Raise Prescription Drug Costs are Creating Headaches for Consumers

Removing drug price ceilings could cause prescription drug costs to skyrocket, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a commentary at Townhall...

The Governing Philosophies that Divide America

The debate between two visions for America is coming to a head, and voters will soon have to make a hard choice, says NCPA Executive Director Allen West...

Oklahoma Debates Bad Drug Plan Regulations that Would Harm Consumers

State politicians have proposed a hodgepodge of bad regulations. In many of these cases state politicians want consumers to pay more (not less); and the beneficiaries of the regulations are often local pharmacies...

Consumer Price Index: Most Medical Price Hikes Stall

Medical price inflation matched changes in other prices charged to consumers in March with a slight uptick of 0.1 percent...


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