NCPA: Daily Policy Digest 11-17-2009

National Center for Policy Analysis

National Center for Policy Analysis

Daily Policy Digest

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Global Warming

FROM COPENHAGEN TO NOPENHAGEN FOR CLIMATE TREATY

The global warming treaty being proposed in Copenhagen, Denmark, would force the United States to return to 1977 emission levels, radically changing both the U.S. economy and our personal lives, says the National Center for Policy Analysis...

ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER

Health Issues

HOUSE HEALTH BILL WILL HIKE COSTS $289 BILLION

The House-passed health care reform bill would increase costs, cut Medicare and expand Medicaid, according to an analysis by Richard S. Foster, Chief Actuary at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services...

THE HILL

Health Issues

THE RATIONING COMMISSION

The core problem with government-run health care is that it doesn't make decisions in the best interests of patients, but in the best interests of government, say observers...

WALL STREET JOURNAL

Health Issues

GOODIES FOR LABOR TUCKED AWAY IN HEALTH BILL

If the public option passes, organized labor would have considerable influence over decisions affecting most doctors, nurses and patients, says Kevin Troutman, chairman of the Healthcare Practice Group of Fisher & Phillips LLP...

HOUSTON CHRONICLE

Health Issues

HIGHER HEALTH TAXES IN NEW YORK?

While the nation debates health care reform, New York's state Senate Democrats are considering $1 billion in new taxes on medical services, say observers...

NEW YORK POST/NEW YORK FISCAL WATCH

Economic Issues

THE POOR NEED CAPITALISM

If capitalism continues to spread for just 40 more years, poverty will have been essentially eradicated from the globe, say economists Maxim Pinkovskiy and Xavier Sala-i-Martin...

NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH/NATIONAL REVIEW

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