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Chicago Democrat To Introduce Basic Income Plan To Pay Up To 5,000 City Residents

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By Jeffrey Cawood

Chicago could be the next big city to consider a universal basic income pilot program.

The Chicago Tribune reports, Northwest Side Alderman Gilbert Villegas, a Democrat, “wants to use $30 million in federal pandemic recovery money to pay up to 5,000 Chicagoans $500 per month for a year.” He will reportedly introduce the proposal during Wednesday’s City Council meeting.

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