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> Between 1974 and 1979, a rural town called Dauphin in the Canadian province of Manitoba took money as part of the “Mincome” program. University of Manitoba professor Evelyn Forget published a highly cited study of Dauphin in 2011 that’s considered the definitive look at the Mincome project. Using health administration data from the time period, she determined that “a Guaranteed Annual Income, implemented broadly in society, may improve health and social outcomes at the community level.” (Source) (Link)

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