Tiffany Boyd

Emancipated foster youth, member, LA County Commission for Children and Families

Emancipated foster youth, member of the LA County Commission for Children and Families

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Last month, the LA County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a Universal Basic Income (UBI) plan to provide $1,200 a month to 150 people ages 18-24 who are already receiving…

Universal basic income could help the most vulnerable in LA, according to 2 emancipated foster youth

Last month, the LA County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a Universal Basic Income (UBI) plan to provide $1,200 a month to 150 people ages 18-24 who are already receiving…

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