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  Critics say Yang's cash giveaway means people won't work. Alaska says otherwise.
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Last EditedBrentinCO  Apr 08, 2019 09:14pm
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News DateTuesday, April 9, 2019 03:10:00 AM UTC0:0
DescriptionDemocratic presidential hopeful Andrew Yang is making a name for himself on the campaign trail with a radical plan to provide all Americans over the age of 18 with $12,000 of income annually from government funds.


Alaskans who have lived in the state for at least one full year are paid out a dividend — typically $1,000 to $2,000 a year — from the Alaska Permanent Fund, which was established in 1976 and is worth in excess of $55 billion, replenished with the state's vast oil revenues.

"It is wildly popular in a conservative state," Yang tweeted. "It has created thousands of jobs, reduced income inequality, and improved health for children."
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