NCPA: Daily Policy Digest 1-14-2010

National Center for Policy Analysis

National Center for Policy Analysis

Daily Policy Digest

Thursday, January 14, 2010

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Health Issues

RETAIL CLINICS: CONVENIENT AND AFFORDABLE CARE

Increasingly, patients have less costly and more convenient options for routine medical needs: retail walk-in clinics, says Devon Herrick, a Senior Fellow with the NCPA...

NATIONAL CENTER FOR POLICY ANALYSIS

Taxes

THE IRS SHOULD FIX ITSELF FIRST

The U.S. tax code ranks 122nd in complexity among 175 nations worldwide, according to study...

MANHATTAN INSTITUTE/REAL CLEAR MARKETS

Health Issues

CANADIANS LESS FIT THAN THEY USED TO BE

Canadians of all ages have become substantially fatter and less fit over the last two decades, according to study...

CANADIAN HEALTH MEASURES SURVEY/UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL

Economic Issues

PENSION CRISIS THREATENS FINANCIAL HEALTH OF STATES

State employee pension systems are facing severe shortfalls, and these growing liabilities threaten to drive many states deeper into the red, say observers...

AMERICAN LEGISLATIVE EXCHANGE COUNCIL

Economic Issues

THERE IS AN ENDLESS NUMBER OF JOBS

The best thing Congress could do if it really cared about job creation would be to lower or eliminate the minimum wage, say observers...

MACKINAC CENTER

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