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The one that’s based on conditions because it’s required to have low income might create the disincentives the board is talking about, but the universal one is less likely to create disincentives.A school district opted out of a free meals program, saying students could ‘become spoiled’|María Paúl|August 27, 2021|Washington Post
Government bureaucracy, they argued, disrupts markets and disincentives work and competition.
Right now, she said, contact-tracing efforts are hindered by “deep disincentives” for people to quarantine.CDC says 2-week coronavirus quarantines can be cut to 10 or 7 days|Joel Achenbach|December 2, 2020|Washington Post
That not only created a risk for everyone – since that person may be exposed to others while being transported to wherever they were getting tested – it also created a disincentive to test people who weren’t symptomatic, he said.San Diego’s Many Jail Outbreaks Have These Factors in Common|Maya Srikrishnan|December 2, 2020|Voice of San Diego
That’s because while many Democrats favor a bigger bill, Republicans by and large think the economy is in better shape than it was last spring and have objected to benefits that might serve as a disincentive, keeping Americans from looking for work.Denied unemployment benefits? Here are your options|Lance Lambert|December 1, 2020|Fortune
He thinks leaving large sums to children is a disincentive for them to go out and do great things on their own.
First and foremost, Israel has the disincentive of advantage.No, the Two-State Solution Isn't Dead Yet—But You're Asking the Wrong Question|Robert Blecher|May 31, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It creates a disincentive for employers to hire people who may need government assistance to afford insurance.
Iran knows this, and that is itself a disincentive for them to proceed.
This provides a disincentive for people to know their HIV status.