Australians support universal health care, so why not a universal basic income?

In Australia, the idea of a universal basic income has floated in and out of our political arena for years, but remains only that, an idea.

 

Job Seekers Search For Employment At Job Fair Held In Denver, December 2009 (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

In Australia, the idea of a universal basic income has floated in and out of our political arena for years, but remains only that, an idea.

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Where the Presidential Candidates Stand on Scientific Issues

ScienceDebate.org sent 20 fine-tuned questions to the presidential candidates. 3 out of 4 of them responded. Here's where they stand on key science issues.

ScienceDebate.org, a nonprofit that promotes science and technology discourse in the public sphere, came up with 20 questions to ask the leading candidates for U.S. Presidency. The questions were crowdsourced and refined by dozens of scientific organizations. Despite the unpredictable nature of the current elections, aside from the Libertarian Gary Johnson, the candidates actually answered.  

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