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Skipping the Basics: why isn’t it experimenting with universal basic income pilot programs like the rest of the U.S.?

by Shane Hoffmann | The stabilizing potential of UBI could work well in a city like Eugene, potentially helping meet the needs of the unhoused community. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 20.4 percent of Eugene’s population lived in poverty in 2019. 

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