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Economy: Money for Nothing / Finland #1134816

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 10, 2019
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(Studio: Kate Snow) The idea of giving money to the unemployed without conditions to help them get back on their feet introduced.

(No location given: Sarah Harman) The Finland government's basic income experiment examined; details given about how the experiment works to give the unemployed a safety net. [Coffee shop owner Finnie LAUTMAN‡- comments.] [Social Insurance Inst. of Finland researcher Minna YLIKANNO†- comments on the outcome.] [Georgetown University-Qatar Karl WIDERQUIST†- explains the goal of universal basic income.] [Facebook's Mark ZUCKERBERG - backs the idea.] The planned experiments in Stockton, California, Chicago & Jackson, Mississippi, noted.

Snow, Kate;
Harman, Sarah

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