Tuesday, January 05, 2010

NCPA: Daily Policy Digest 1-5-2010

National Center for Policy Analysis

National Center for Policy Analysis

Daily Policy Digest

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

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Economic Issues

10 WAYS TO WRECK YOUR RETIREMENT

Many common practices can derail even the best-laid retirement plans, says Pamela Villarreal, a Senior Policy Analyst with the NCPA...

NATIONAL CENTER FOR POLICY ANALYSIS

Economic Issues

FRUITFUL DECADE FOR MANY IN THE WORLD

In economic terms the last decade was a remarkably good one for many people around the globe, says Tyler Cowen, an economics professor at George Mason University...

NEW YORK TIMES

Taxes

HAPPY TAX YEAR!

By allowing so many tax provisions to expire, Congress has enacted tax increases on many individuals and businesses at a time when these taxpayers can least afford it, say observers...

HERITAGE FOUNDATION

Health Issues

MAYO CLINIC IN ARIZONA TO STOP TREATING SOME MEDICARE PATIENTS

The Mayo Clinic's hospital and four clinics in Arizona, including the Glendale facility, lost $120 million on Medicare patients last year, say spokesmen...

BLOOMBERG

Health Issues

23 MILLION WOULD REMAIN UNINSURED BY 2018 UNDER SENATE BILL

As many as 23 million people younger than age 65 still would be left uninsured under the Senate health care reform bill, according to the Congressional Budget Office...

WASHINGTON POST

Economic Issues

THE WHITE HOUSE TAKES AIM AT IP THEFT

The government has a clear interest in thwarting the growing and increasing complex problem of counterfeiting and piracy, says trade group...

U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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