Stars who've left California in 2020

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    "LA Ink" star Kat Von D revealed in December that she’s relocating her family part-time from Los Angeles to Indiana due to California’s "tyrannical government overreach." The star, who isn’t closing up her LA shop, also said she plans to one day retire in the "small town." (Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)(Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

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    Actor and comedian Rob Schneider recently expressed his intention to "part" with California due to the state’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. "It is time to leave," he wrote in a Dec. 9 tweet, along with the hashtag #CaliforniaYouBrokeMyHeart.(Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

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    Busy Philipps told Shondaland in a November interview that she was relocating to New York City with her husband, screenwriter Marc Silverstein, and their daughters, Birdie and Cricket, citing her growing health concerns for the move. "When the fires started again this year I just had this real lightning bolt moment where I turned to Marc and said, ‘We have to leave. We have to go to clean air,’" she told the outlet.(Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Glamour)

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    In September, James and Kimberly Van Der Beek revealed they were relocating from Beverly Hills to Texas. The couple, who shares five kids, detailed their move in the following weeks.(Michael Kovac/Getty Images for A24)

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    Marvel star Josh Brolin and his wife, Kathryn Boyd, reportedly left Los Angeles after purchasing a $3.25 million home in Georgia in September. At the time, Boyd wrote on Instagram, "It’s truly a beautiful, bizarre feeling moving back to my hometown. Not sure how long we will be here, but all I know is it feels so good to be home."(George Pimentel/Getty Images)

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    Actress Rosario Dawson revealed in June that she was packing up everything and moving across the country to New Jersey in order to be closer to her boyfriend, Sen. Cory Booker, whom she had been separated from for most of the pandemic. During an interview with director Kevin Smith at Mooby’s pop-up, she explained that "it’s time." "We were thinking about moving in together anyway. But especially during all of this, it’s been really intense," she said.(Araya Diaz/Getty Images for Earth Conscious Films)

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