I can't seem to quote the article, but basically Switzerland is considering providing a universal basic income of about $2800 (in U.S. dollars) to every adult, rich and poor, just for being a citizen of the country. You could take a leave of absence to care for an injured spouse or elderly parents and still have some income, and so would they. Fast food workers and artists would be able to support their families. The article explains more about what a basic universal income is, why countries are thinking about it, especially now, and also why he thinks the U.S. probably will never do anything like it even though we probably should. Your thoughts? Would you support this in the U.S.?