Every American adult over the age of 18 would receive $1,000 a month with no strings attached and no questions asked, which he called the Freedom Dividend.
BREAKING: Pres. Trump and Treasury Sec. Mnuchin say they're looking into sending Americans checks for $1,000 each to mitigate the economic impact of the coronavirus. They've released no details yet, but the idea echoes Andrew Yang's call for a universal 'Freedom Dividend'
they should call the checks they send us a "Freedom Dividend" to make everyone feel better about being locked-down, sheltering in place in self-isolation
@cenkuygur asked @AndrewYangVFA what welfare programs he'd end or decrease funding in order to #UBIdo "I would not touch any of our existing programs. The freedom dividend is meant as a complement. #SteakFry #tytlive
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang says his "freedom dividend" plan of $1,000 a month is "about everything but the money"
Evelyn Yang, wife of presidential candidate @AndrewYangVFA : "The 'Freedom Dividend' would be a safety net, a lifeline for anyone falling on hard times because we all know that poverty is a slippery slope."
@AndrewYangVFA ’s flagship policy proposal is a “freedom dividend” that would pay every U.S. adult $1,000 per month until the day they die
Andrew Yang successfully pivoted back to his “Freedom Dividend” in nearly every answer tonight. “If you didn't know who he was or what he stood for, you know one thing about him now,” says editor Emily Stephenson. More key moments:
Andrew Yang has put the “Freedom Dividend” at the centerpiece of his campaign — $1,000 a month to every U.S. citizen over 18. Tonight he announced a contest for 10 families to start getting the dividend now, for a year. #DemDebate