Not all cities are created equal, especially when it comes to starting a business. Differences in policies and regulations can help or hurt a local economy. Thumbtack recently released its annual report on the friendliest cities and states for businesses. They surveyed over 13,000 business owners across the country. Boise, Idaho topped the list of cities, and Wyoming came in as the friendliest state for business. Lucas Puente, Chief Economist at Thumbtack, explains what it takes to make it to the top of the list. He says that it's all about how well a city caters to the needs of its citizens. This year, small business owners are worried about the perception that governments are care more about large corporations than the health of small businesses.