Many California business leaders say it's becoming more difficult to do business in the state and a number of them are being recruited by governors from places like Texas and Iowa.
Politicians, some of whom insisted just a few months ago that California is a great place to do business, met with business leaders to improve the state's business climate and create jobs.
Now politicians seem to have come to the realization that California may not be as great a place to do business as they once said it was. That's bad news for Sacramento business owner Curtis Champman who is thinking about incorporating his optometry shop to expand. He's done business with the state before and knows it can be difficult.