Universal basic income works, but it’s not cheap

Guaranteed income experiments are yielding significant proof that sending people money produces positive results. Journalist Megan Greenwell joins host Krys Boyd to discuss programs that offer monthly stipends with no strings attached with the hopes of lifting people out of poverty, and why the movement now finds itself at a crossroads. Her article published in The Washington Post is “Universal Basic Income Has Been Tested Repeatedly. It Works. Will America Ever Embrace It?”