Forbes: The FOMC will likely begin paying more attention to the core indexes, says NCPA Distinguished Fellow Bob McTeer in a Forbes commentary.
Senior Fellow Larry Bell is a professor and endowed professor at the University of Houston where he founded and currently directs the Sasakawa International Center for Space Architecture and heads …
Coal is abundant, reliable and affordable, and states that use it to generate at least half of their electricity pay up to 30 percent less for energy than states that depend on other energy sources.
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LifeHealthPro: Expanding health savings accounts would bring bigger benefits to employees than mandating sick days, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a LifeHealthPro article.
NCPA: Health industry entrepreneurs will discuss health policy challenges and solutions at a Capitol Hill briefing on Thursday, January 29th in the Rayburn House Office Building sponsored by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
Heartland: The low fees paid by state Medicaid programs make doctors reluctant to participate in managed care plans, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a Heartland article.
Forbes: The rising dollar could be a good or bad thing, says NCPA Distinguished Fellow Bob McTeer in a Forbes commentary.
Forbes: Restricting access to oncologists and cancer drugs under Obamacare4 will severely disadvantage Americans in the war on cancer, says NCPA Senior Fellow John R. Graham in a Forbes commentary.
Examiner.com: Redistributing income and increasing the middle class’s government dependence was a recurring theme of the president’s State of the Union address, says NCPA Senior Fellow Pam Villarreal in a piece at Examiner.com
The Federalist President Obama’s version of “middle class economics” was more about paying people’s bills with other people’s money and less about fostering job creation and income growth.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Georgia must expand its school choice options if it wants to truly see results, says NCPA President & CEO Allen West in an Atlanta Journal-Constitution op-ed.
Heartland: Taxpayers lose on health insurance CO-OPs, warned NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a Heartland commentary.
NCPA: The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) is entering a long-term contract with the Beacon Hill Institute for Public Policy Research (BHI) to expand the research offered by its Tax Analysis Center. The Tax Analysis Center aims to provide objective, empirical research on the effects of U.S. federal and state taxing and spending on the economy and to propose reforms that will measurably improve the lives of all Americans by raising the rate of economic growth, resulting in employment and income growth.
NCPA: President Obama’s proposal to give students two “free” years of community college will only aggravate the growing “student loan bubble,” according to a new report by National Center for Policy Analysis Research Associate Farhad Mirzadeh.
President Obama has proposed to give community college students two “free” years of community college at an projected cost of nearly $70 billion (ultimately to be paid for by workers who don’t go to college).
NCPA Senior Fellow John R. Graham gave a presentation on the topic Repeal and Replace Obamacare to the South Carolina Tea Party Coalition Convention in Myrtle Beach, SC.
NCPA: Once and possibly future presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee will discuss his new book God, Guns, Grits and Gravy in Dallas on Wednesday, February 4th as part of a National Center for Policy Analysis and Rotary Club of Dallas joint event.
Forbes: The world is “playing with matches” by messing with exchange rates, says NCPA Distinguished Fellow Bob McTeer in a Forbes commentary.
NCPA: Upcoming legal challenges could shake the entire framework of Obamacare — and the expansive action that has been the hallmark of its implementation, according to a new report by National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Research Fellow Ann Purvis.
In the five years since Congress passed and President Barack Obama signed into law the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, the validity of the law has been litigated in federal courts throughout the United States. From infringements on religious liberty to violations of the legislative process, lawsuits challenging the ACA have reflected the dissatisfaction of many with both the substance of the bill and its implementation.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: The increase in Social Security benefits will only net seniors around an extra $20 a month, but it beats nothing, says NCPA Senior Fellow Pam Villarreal in a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article.
Forbes: Bundling Medicaid alongside other safety-net funding into Paul Ryan’s Opportunity Grants would unleash civic entrepreneurship at the local level while reducing the burden on taxpayers, according to a Forbes commentary.