Universal Basic Income
Posted by: TaylorCS
18th Jan 2021 01:15pm
Stanford University's Basic Income Lab define's a Universal Basic Income as a cash payment given to all members of a community on a regular basis regardless of income level and with no strings attached. However, there are various interpretations with differing levels of support dependent on income being tested around the world.
Are you in favour of a Universal Basic Income in Australia? If so, do you think it should be for everyone, regardless of personal or household income? And if not, at what level of personal income do you think it should be stopped?
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