Salisbury Post: Charlotte, North Carolina has the 9th-highest tax burden on travelers among major cities in the U.S., according to a NCPA travel tax study featured in a Salisbury Post article.
Pharmacy Times: Providing birth control over the counter would result in substantial cost savings and give women better access to contraceptives, argues a NCPA brief cited in a Pharmacy Times article.
Bankrate: The trifecta of taxes on lodging, rental cars and airfare is a traveler’s worst nightmare – and a politician’s best friend, according to NCPA research in a Bankrate article.
Fox&Hounds: The Prius is a source of some of the worst pollution in North America because of the car’s batteries, even outdoing the Hummer in environmental damage, says an NCPA report in a Fox&Hounds article.
Flashreport: Prius automobiles are a source of some of the worst pollution in North America because of the car’s batteries, says NCPA research in a Flashreport article.
The Daily Texan: The original 1995 Texas concealed carry law has yielded a major reduction in Texas crime as a 2000 report from the NCPA suggested in a Daily Texan article.
Hawaii Repoter: According to an essay by the NCPA, unemployment statistics may not be a true representation of economic climate.
Reuters: New York reporter Toddi Gutner includes Wendell Cox’s views on the dynamics of international real estate pricing.
NCPA – The rapid rise of housing costs in the international market is the focus of a new brief released today from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
The Wall Street Journal – NCPA Chairman Pete Du Pont assesses President Obama’s reelection chances in the Wall Street Journal
Poorly designed government regulations are blocking many private sector assistance options that could provide essential services to the poor almost immediately, according to a new report from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
Education Week News – Rick Hess discusses possible solutions to the United States’ teacher shortage, and references the NCPA’s 2006 study “Educating School Teachers.”
Office of Governor Rick Perry – Gov. Rick Perry today emphasized the importance of competition between the states and the need to return to the principles of the 10th Amendment to ensure our nation’s future prosperity. The governor spoke at the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) Hatton W. Sumners Distinguished Lecture Series.