On Monday, Denver City Council approved a contract that will provide 140 people or families with universal basic income over a year.
DENVER — On Monday, Denver City Council approved a contract that would provide cash assistance to 230 people or families, including 140 who will receive up to $12,000 in universal basic income over the course of one year.
While the $2 million contract is with the nonprofit Impact Charitable, the move joins the effort of the Denver Basic Income Project, which looks to serve around 600 other households, according to a presentation to council in August.
According to a FAQ, the city-funded program will focus on women, transgender…
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