Hours after the legislators met with Mr. Perry, another business, Fujitsu Frontech, announced that it is abandoning California. "It's the 70th business to leave this year," says California business relocation expert Joe Vranich. "That's an average of 4.7 per week, up from 3.9 a week last year." The Lone Star State was the top destination, with 14 of the 70 moving there.I don't want to move to Texas. I don't even want to leave California. But if the current trend continues, finding employment may be yet another reason (along with high taxes and batshit-crazy politicians) to vote with our feet...
Friday, April 22, 2011
John Fund has an excellent piece up at the WSJ. Sample:
Labels: California, Jobs, Politics
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