California Ranks 47th in Economic Opportunity

Competition in business provides more consumers more choices for better products at better prices. The same principles apply in competition between states for business development and jobs. Freedom to choose where we live and do business compels state governments to offer a better business environment or lose businesses, jobs and the tax base to other states.
Rich States Poor States ranks states by economic opportunity. California dropped nine positions in one year due to tax increases and the implementation of new regulations on businesses. Only Illinois, New York, and Vermont have worse economic environments.
Rich States Poor States can be viewed at ALEC.org

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