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City will explore reparations, Universal Basic Income programs (access required)

Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren has launched an initiative that could lead to implementation of reparations and a Universal Basic Income program in the city. With poverty and income disparity plaguing the city, the programs would use proceeds from the impending legalization of marijuana, along with other means of funding. "The recent report by the RASE Commission (Commission on Racial ...
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Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren has launched an initiative that could lead to implementation of reparations and a Universal Basic Income ...

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Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren has launched an initiative that could lead to implementation of reparations and a Universal Basic Income ...