State Assemblyman Dan Logue says Gov. Jerry Brown called him Thursday, Aug. 2 and wants to meet about complaints by business owners that the state is targeting companies and making it hard to do business in California.
Logue says he’s pleased by the governor’s interest in the issue following a town hall meeting in Chico where business owners testified about overzealous Department of Labor representatives. Logue says it won’t be easy to end a culture in state government that puts a bulls eye on the back of business owners, but the governor is a key to that effort.
The state assemblyman, who represents counties including Nevada in Sacramento, says other states are attracting business from California.