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Basics of living for free
I think the idea of a universal income is a good one, but won't solve the issue that sometimes people make poor choices and money won't make anything better. So instead I would like the option of free healthcare, housing, food, education, power and basic internet available to all New Zealanders should they wish to receive it. The idea is if you want extras like fast food, cigarettes, a car, going to a restaurant and so fourth you have to earn money to pay for it, so there is still a large incentive to working.
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