Austin experimented with giving people $1,000 a month. They said they spent the no-strings-attached cash mostly on housing.
People who received guaranteed basic income in one of Texas’ largest cities reported reduced rates of housing insecurity. But some Texas lawmakers are not happy.
Kenneth Niemeyer January 28, 2024
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