Universal Basic Income Could Help D.C.’s Poorest Get By, But Could The City Afford It? – WAMU

March 05, 2018
  • D.C. Policy Center
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Executive Director Yesim Sayin Taylor was quoted in a WAMU article entitled “Universal Basic Income Could Help D.C.’s Poorest Get By, But Could The City Afford It?”

“We have a tradition of supporting our families and low-income residents. But it really hasn’t solved income inequality and economic segregation problems. We need to think of different types of investments when we think about how do we improve lives,” she said.

Read more at WAMU: Universal Basic Income Could Help D.C.’s Poorest Get By, But Could The City Afford It?

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