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Starting in January, the City of LA plans to give 3,200 families in poverty $1,000 a month — with no conditions. The $38 million program is called “BIG:LEAP.”

LA to give $1000/mo to select families in poverty. How much can guaranteed basic income change their lives?

Starting in January, the City of LA plans to give 3,200 families in poverty $1,000 a month — with no conditions. The $38 million program is called “BIG:LEAP.”

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