Democratic Presidential Candidates Share Solutions on Poverty and Healthcare
DES MOINES, Iowa -- Two democratic presidential candidates visited Iowa to meet with constituents during the Iowa State Fair and other events. Even though they are both in the same party, they don’t agree on the same solutions to the issues Americans face. One of those issues is poverty. Democratic Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang said his main focus is what he calls universal basic income. What that means is, each American between the ages of 18 and 64 would receive $1,000 per month from the government, no strings attached.