24 hours a day
accessed via key cards issued to homeless
stocked with fruit, sandwiches, snacks, sanitary products, items of clothing
limited to 3 items a day - so that person does not become dependent on the machine
Chicago: paying taxes to the boss
The most jarring incentive reportedly comes out of Chicago, which, under state law, could redirect between 50 and 100 percent of the income taxes incurred by Amazon employees right back to Amazon. In a city where income is taxed at a rate of 4.95 percent, their concession could amount to a loss of $1.32 billion that could have been spent on city schools, roads, and fire fighters.