Finland is reviewing a measure to give every citizen 800 euros per month. Could such a policy work in the States?
There’s a movement in Finland that may soon approve a basic income for all citizens. The Finnish Social Insurance Institution (Kela) would pay everyone regardless of income level 800 euros (around $876) a month free of any government charge. That means that each citizen would be given that monthly p...
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