Is a Universal Basic Income a good move for the United States?
In this 60-second assessment, the American Enterprise Institute looks at how much it would cost to provide everyone over the age of 21 with $10,000 of income every year.
The findings will probably surprise you.
Sheena McFarland has worked in the communication field for more than a decade. She currently is a communications specialist for The University of Utah David Eccles School of Business, telling the stories of students, faculty and staff through traditional and new media. She continues to freelance for The Salt Lake Tribune, where she was a reporter and editor, covering topics ranging from education to government to astronomy. She graduated from the University of Utah with a communication degree and minors in French and biology teaching.