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Richard Rider

Small Business Council again ranks California worst in the nation in its index

California wins yet another “superlative” from the business community.  The 100,000 member national Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council (SBE Council) again ranked California the worst state in their Small Business Policy Index.  I’m not sure how many years we’ve held our ground in this survey, but I know we were the same in 2012.  We currently maintain a comfortable (though admittedly not insurmountable) lead over our fellow anti-business states.

It appears that the bottom 11 states are all controlled by the Democrat Party.  And most of the best states are controlled by Republicans.  But, of course, correlation doesn’t prove causation — yada, yada, yada.  Still, one MIGHT start to wonder . . . .

http://www.sbecouncil.org/2013/12/12/sbe-council-ranks-the-50-states-in-small-business-policy-index-2013/

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 12, 2013
CONTACT: SBE Council
703-242-5840

SBE Council Ranks the 50 States in “Small Business Policy Index 2013”

Washington, D.C. – Today, the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council (SBE Council) released its 18th annual“Small Business Policy Index 2013: Ranking the States on Policy Measures and Costs Impacting Small Business and Entrepreneurship.”

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Here’s the table of relative rankings:

Small Business Policy Index 2013
Rank            State                                    SBPI
1            South Dakota                      34.627
2            Nevada                                 37.537
3            Texas                                    39.520
4            Wyoming                            44.414
5            Florida                                 48.863
6            Washington                        54.500
7            Alabama                              57.758
8            Indiana                                58.138
9            Ohio                                     61.372
10            Utah                                   62.740
11            Michigan                            62.782
12            North Dakota                    63.490
13            Arizona                               64.590
14            Colorado                            65.500
15            Virginia                              65.538
16            Mississippi                        66.713
17            South Carolina                 66.808
18            Tennessee                         68.081
19            New Hampshire               68.789
20            Alaska                               69.487
21            Louisiana                          70.051
22            Georgia                             70.307
23            Kansas                              71.645
24            Oklahoma                        73.392
25            Pennsylvania                   73.685
26            Missouri                           73.703
27            New Mexico                     76.799
28            West Virginia                  79.011
29            Wisconsin                        80.024
30            Kentucky                         80.061
31            North Carolina                80.777
32            Idaho                                80.782
33            Montana                          81.169
34            Delaware                         81.452
35            Illinois                             83.047
36            Arkansas                         83.462
37            Maryland                         84.491
38            Massachusetts               86.408
39            Nebraska                         88.476
40            Rhode Island                  94.255
41            Connecticut                     94.632
42            Oregon                             94.952
43            Iowa                                  97.002
44            Maine                             103.264
45            Minnesota                     103.486
46            Hawaii                            107.070
47            New York                       107.213
48            Vermont                         107.221
49            New Jersey                    109.265
50            California                      113.637