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As communities test basic income programs, here’s how one California city fared

Guaranteed basic income, the concept of no-strings-attached payments to provide people with a financial floor, is being tested in dozens of pilot programs across the country. Stockton, California was one of the first cities to launch a pilot program in 2019. John Yang speaks with Michael Tubbs, Stockton’s mayor at the time and the founder of Mayors for a Guaranteed Income, to learn more.

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