@ThatChrisRyan: When homeless people were given $7,500, no strings attached, “They decreased spending on drugs, tobacco, and alcohol by 39 percent on average, and increased spending on food, clothes, and rent.”

Andrew Yang (@busybid) / Twitter

@ubi_works: Our most common jobs are also at the highest risk of automation: drivers, food workers, retail, manufacturing, construction, EAs.It’s not a coincidence. That’s a lot of ‘overhead’ to save with technology.#UBI helps Canadians transition through the 4th industrial revolution.

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