@FundForHumanity: Here is what Buckminster Fuller wrote on the subject: . Bear in mind, 1.3% of employed Americans are farmers or ranchers and they feed all the rest of us. What if we forced them to farm as they did in 1900, who would that benefit?

Gerald Huff Fund For Humanity (@FundForHumanity) / Twitter

@gregnasif: Anyone who understands why most businesses pay their employees on a biweekly or twice monthly basis implicitly understands why the Child Benefit should be disbursed on a monthly basis too.

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@gregnasif: The recovery is moving slowest for women with a child at home.When monthly Child Benefit checks begin in July, watch for this gap to begin closing.Direct cash makes working easier.

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@scottsantens: It’s helpful to read anti-UBI opinions like this to understand why the new monthly child benefit is such a big deal and should be made permanent. The checks are visible. Parents will know they’re getting them unlike an invisible tax subsidy. That’s a great thing and builds trust.

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@HumanityForward: America’s child-poverty slashing efforts in the American Rescue Plan are inspiring other monthly benefits around the globe.Italy’s Senate unanimously passes a child benefit of €250 per child each month:

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HumanityForward: 21 Senators are looking to avoid repeating what took place last summer, when a jobless benefit boost expired and contributed to millions of Americans falling into poverty. They’re behind the idea of monthly checks, and so are we.

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