NCPA: Daily Policy Digest 11-11-2009

National Center for Policy Analysis

National Center for Policy Analysis

Daily Policy Digest

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Trade Issues

AMERICA LEAVES ITSELF BEHIND

When the United States sits on the sidelines, the rest of the world is going to find its own trading way, however imperfect, say observers...

WALL STREET JOURNAL

Health Issues

CONGRESS WOULD COMPEL YOUNG ADULTS TO BUY HEALTH INSURANCE THEY DON'T NEED

Since about one-third of young adults already reject health insurance at current prices, even more of them would avoid coverage if Congress drives those prices higher, says Aaron Yelowitz, an associate professor of economics at the University of Kentucky...

CATO INSTITUTE

Health Issues

CALIFORNIA FOCUS: HEALTH CARE SOLUTIONS ALREADY HERE

California already has programs to expand the availability of health care for those in need and to make sure that individuals with preexisting conditions have access to affordable insurance, say observers...

ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER

Education Issues

ENDING SOCIAL PROMOTIONS LEADS TO GAINS IN NEW YORK CITY

Ending social promotion has helped New York students realize academic gains, according to a new study from the RAND Corporation...

HERITAGE FOUNDATION

Energy Issues

IT'S TIME TO RETHINK ELECTRICITY

Unless the state's market is opened to let more suppliers in, Arizonans will be at increased risk of electricity shortages and spiraling prices, says Nick Dranias, constitutional policy director at the Goldwater Institute...

ARIZONA REPUBLIC

Social Issues

WHAT THE NEXT CENSUS WILL TELL MARKETERS

By 2010 the most prevalent American household will be a married couple with no kids, followed closely by single-person homes -- while marrieds with kids will tally a mere 22 percent of all households, says Peter Francese, a demographic trends analyst at Ogilvy & Mather...

BUSINESSWEEK/ADVERTISING AGE

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