What if California were still a haven of high-profile tech companies but had lower personal and corporate income taxes, a lower cost of living, more affordable housing, a lower regulatory burden, fewer mudslides, fewer cars on the freeway, no Kardashians, and better pizza?
It wouldn’t be California. It would be Phoenix.
(Sorry, New York and Chicago. The pizza thing is true. Phoenix was named America’s best pizza city
by Travel and Leisure
, which also means it is possible–though calorically inadvisable–to eat a burrito for breakfast, a Sonoran hot dog for lunch, and one of America’s best pizzas for dinner, as long as you’re in the Valley of the Sun.) See full article here.