When you hear a big idea from a presidential candidate, do you ever want to ask: How would that work?
Two undecided voters John Zeitler, a 48-year-old attorney for an insurance company, and Hetal Jani, 36, who runs a nonprofit focused on education and mentorship, wanted to know more about the “freedom dividend” proposal from first-time presidential candidate Andrew Yang.
The voters, along with Morning Edition host Noel King, sat down with Yang at a Midtown Manhattan dumpling shop called Baodega as part of Off Script, a series of interviews with 2020 presidential candidates. Listen to the group’s conversation about the freedom dividend by clicking the audio button above. Watch the full conversation here.