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The Huffington Post: Minimum Wages vs. Universal Basic Income

My latest HuffPo piece

My latest piece on Huffington Post is available to read and share, titled "Minimum Wages vs. Universal Basic Income"

Excerpt:

Because basic income provides an income floor, there's no longer any reason to keep any of these bureaucracy-filled ways of easing but never ending poverty. Instead, poverty would . . .

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August 11, 2015

Minimum Wages vs. Universal Basic Income

One of these is a tool of the future, the other is a tool of the past

Below is the full audio (with text) of my commentary originally recorded for WNYC's The Takeaway for a discussion about reconsidering the minimum wage, of which only a small portion was aired. It is available here now in its entirety.

Audio:

Text:

I think that wherever possible, we should look to . . .

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July 29, 2015

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