Nanny New York Is Best at Something!

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WELOME TO NANNY NY

New York is best at NOT welcoming Businesses and at LIMITING freedoms according to the latest studies! Yea!

The Tax Foundation’s forecasts for 2013 list California and New York as the states with the worst tax climates for businesses. A recent report ranks California 48 and New York as dead last!

Scott Drenkard and Joseph Henchman, authors of the 2013 State Business Tax Climate Index, point out that New York has the highest individual income tax and one of the highest unemployment insurance taxes. [Inc.com]

Interestingly, the worst states were the liberal states.

That’s not all! According to the Mercatus Center at George Mason University’s third annual report on “Freedom in the 50 States,” New York comes in dead last.

New York is the least free state in the nation. It comes in dead last economically. Rent-control, rampant eminent domain abuse, and restrictive union law are the main causes. Home school regulations are excessive.

The study  “examines state and local government intervention across a wide range of public policies, from income taxation to gun control, from homeschooling regulation to drug policy and it looks at paternalism (right there, you have nanny Bloomberg, though nanny Cuomo is no slouch)

The freedom rankings are:

1. New Hampshire (this was before they started eliminating dodgeball)
2. South Dakota
3. Indiana
4. Idaho
5. Missouri
6. Nevada
7. Colorado
8. Oregon
9. Virginia
10. North Dakota
11. Florida
12. Oklahoma
13. Iowa
14. Texas
15. Georgia
16. Tennessee
17. Kansas
18. North Carolina
19. Alabama
20. Utah
21. Wyoming
22. Arizona
23. Nebraska
24. Mississippi
25. Wisconsin
26. South Carolina
27. Michigan
28. Arkansas
29. Montana
30. Vermont
31. Pennsylvania
32. Kentucky
33. Maine
34. Minnesota
35. Louisiana
36. West Virginia
37. New Mexico
38. Connecticut
39. Delaware
40. Washington
41. Illinois
42. Ohio
43. Maryland
44. Alaska
45. Rhode Island
46. Massachusetts
47. Hawaii
48. California
49. New Jersey
50. New York

New York has lost two congressional seats and is down 9% in population growth.

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