Andrew Yang has been pushing for his version of Universal Basic Income. But there’s actually a test of such a program in progress. “In Stockton, like much of America, there’s this Puritan ethos of, ‘I work hard. If you don’t work, you shouldn’t eat.’ And [we’re] really illustrating to people, no, just like you there are people who are working hard who are struggling—not because they’re lazy, but because wages haven’t kept up with inflation, wages haven’t kept up with costs.” Sarah Holder in CityLab: In Stockton, Early Clues Emerge About Impact of Guaranteed Income.