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Nearly everyone living in Alaska gets about $2,000 a year from the state’s $65 billion fund. We asked 9 Alaskans how they spend it.

Nearly everyone living in Alaska gets about $2,000 a year from the state’s $65 billion fund. We asked 9 Alaskans how they spend it.

Business Insider - Richard Feloni

As the universal basic income movement has gained popularity in the US in recent years, interest in Alaska's Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD) has grown, but so have misperceptions. It's not a universal basic income, but it is a unique program in America that has become ingrained in Alaskan life. It …

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