HOMELESS PEOPLE IN CALIFORNIA SPEND $750 MONTHLY ON BASIC NEEDS

Homeless people in California were given $750 a month as part of a study on universal basic income.

The study aimed to determine how the money would be spent and its impact on the recipients.

The results showed that the majority of the money was spent on basic needs such as food, clothing, and hygiene products.

The study provides evidence that universal basic income can help alleviate poverty and provide a safety net for those in need.

Critics argue that universal basic income may discourage work and lead to increased government spending.

However, proponents argue that it can provide a foundation for people to build their lives and contribute to society.

The study highlights the importance of addressing poverty and homelessness through innovative solutions such as universal basic income.

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