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Good afternoon, thank you for joining us for the panel on the monetary case for a job guarantee. Sorry, is that better? There we go. Okay, good afternoon, thanks for joining us for the panel on the monetary case for the job guarantee. When we organized this panel, we knew it would be highly relevant for the conference, but I think that some of the comments that we've heard over the last day have really highlighted the importance of labor issues for the democratization of money. And I think that this panel can address some of the recurring themes that we've heard. We have four great panelists. We have Pavlina Trinova from Bard College, Rowan Gray from Cornell where he's an SGD student. He's the founder and president of the Modern Money Network. Phil Harvey from Rutgers Law School and Derek Hamilton, who will be joining Ohio State at the start of the year, the Kirwan Institute for the Study of race and ethnicity. After a long absence, the job guarantee and the human right to work have sort of returned to public debate, and our panelists have been working on this issue for years, and they're a big part of the reason why that's happened. There's a lot more I could say about all of them, but I'd like to get started. So just for format, each panelist will speak for about 15 minutes, and then we'll open it up to audience questions. So with that, we can get started. Thank you very much. Thanks to Chris for the invitation and to Danny for organizing this panel. We are talking about the monetary case for a job guarantee, so my remarks will be somewhat different from what you may have heard in the past. The main point that I'd...