Do you think Universal Basic Income will ever become standard practice in the USA?

How many people in the U.S. live without shelter? And how many of them do not have a job? What would the life meant to them in this situation? All these questions and much more need to be answered and solved in order to save people’s dignity and have better society. To do so, there are thousands of ways, but one of the easiest ways is universal basic income. Many activities and other people have urged the U.S. government to standardize it. Moreover, Universal Basic Income is more likely to become standard practice in the U.S. due to its several advantages to both the government and its citizens, such as promoting education and improving the quality of life.

Education is the essential part of healthy society. Future is for those who care about education, and make it one of their priorities. Furthermore, by standardizing universal basic income people would focus on their education and spend more time and money on it. They will not have to worry about their basic needs, so they will give more attention to education, and how they can give more knowledge.

Evaluating governments could be by evaluating the life of their people. The more fair lives people have, that means how good governments are. Obviously, by standardize the universal basic income people will have better life, and the quality of their lives will be at higher level. That means basic services and infrastructure are covered.

In conclusion, universal basic income is a choice for governments right now. It is their decision whether make it or nor. However, more pressure would be on them in the future to implement it, so it is better to take a step forward and start regulating it as soon as possible. The reason behind that is the several benefits the program has to the government before its citizens, such as promoting education and improve the quality of life.

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