By Charlotte Pence Bond
Supervisors in Marin County, California plan to contribute funds to a universal basic income program that restricts initial participants on the basis of race and sex. The program will be done in conjunction with the Marin Community Foundation.
According to the Marin Independent Journal, the foundation will spend $3 million in order to provide $1,000 to 125 low-income women each month for the duration of two years.
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