Dean Cain discussed his choice to leave California, even though he once believed he would always stay in the Golden State.
Speaking to Fox News Digital, the 57-year-old actor, currently featuring in "Condition of Return," highlighted several reasons that prompted him to part with his Malibu residence for $6.25 million in May and make Las Vegas his new home.
"My home in Malibu was going to be my forever home," Cain recalled. "That was where I was going to die, and everything was going to be just fine. You can't beat the weather. And I had a lovely house with the most incredible views.
"Governments can ruin an area. And that's what's going on in California.
"What is happening under [Democratic California Gov.] Gavin Newsom and the Democratic leadership in the House, in Congress — people I did not vote for.
"People did in California vote for it. I didn't," he added. "But it's the most ridiculous large government, incredible taxation, horrible regulations for business. Very anti-business. The personal income tax is 13 — the highest levels — 13, 13.2, whatever it happens to be.
"You're getting hit with the highest gas tax in the nation. Sales tax, food tax, energy tax, natural gas tax. It's as though they're trying to tax people out of there."
"The policies are just terrible. The fiscal policies, the soft-on-crime policies, the homelessness policies," he said in June. "The things that our leaders in California have been doing have driven out anybody who can really afford to get out. People are flocking out of there in droves."
Cain informed Fox News that he moved his son Christopher from a public school to a private Christian school during their time in California.
"I didn't like the things they were teaching in the public school," he recalled of the decision. "So, there's so many things like that.
"It's pernicious, you know, just bit by bit by bit. It gets there, and it just makes you feel like you're working for Big Brother or that you can't do anything. So, I had to get out of California. I'm ecstatic to be in Nevada."
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