I believe that communities should create no incentives for residents raised in a community that they would not offer to anyone moving into that community. First, if people are given preferential treatment simply because they were raised somewhere, that is simultaneously creating a society based upon privilege awarded solely on birth rather than merit. This creates a highly unjust society. Secondly, this sort of idea would discourage people from moving into a community and limit the growth potential for a place. That can cripple the economy and create a stagnant community. Therefore, I would not support any policy that offers incentives to lifelong residents.
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