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Nestle Isn’t The First Company To Leave California

It shouldn’t be shocking to hear that major companies announce their leaving from California. Ever since California “announced” they are going against the federal law, thousands of companies have decided to leave the liberal state. As Gateway Pundit stated, Nestle is going to leave the state of California and move to Virginia to get as far away from the liberal state. Nestle’s HQ’s is moving from Glendale, California to Rosslyn, Virginia.

Nestle officials said  this was “no big deal,” and was in fact an opportunity as the company moves thousands of jobs away from that area.

As Gateway Pundit stated “the Nestle Company is taking 1,200 California jobs with it. Why? As many companies have found, California is an awful place to do business.

The $26-billion-a-year food conglomerate is discreet, of course, about its reasons, citing a desire to be closer to its core customers and other bland corporate pabulum. But the fact is, Nestle and its corporate brethren in California that actually make things are overtaxed and overregulated, and elected officials treat them not as honored members of the community but as rapacious pirates…”

Is anybody curious why Nestle did this?

California has high taxes, high housing costs and more regulations than any other state. The Golden State has now become a place for activist groups to file costly class action lawsuits or to launch anti-corporate PR campaigns against big, wealthy targets like Nestle.

Nester is not the first major company to leave California, according to records other 1,680 and more companies have left the state too.

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