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Arizona’s high court upholds state’s Medicaid expansion law

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services via Arizona Daily Star The state’s high court this morning upheld the legality of an assessment on hospitals that helps pay for health care for 400,000 Arizonans. In a unanimous decision, the justices rejected arguments by the attorney for some Republican lawmakers that the levy, approved by the Legislature […]

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City Court: Elections protect from ‘good old boy’ system of appointment

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By Mark Flatten | National Investigative Reporter/Goldwater Institute othing seems unusual about the proceedings in Yuma Municipal Court. On one typical day, a procession of defendants appeared in front of the two full-time city judges. One man had been ticketed for failing to register his car on time. Another faced criminal charges for failing to […]

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Rose resigns as Maricopa City Manager

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By Raquel Hendrickson & Mason Callejas | InMaricopa Maricopa is hunting for a new city manager. After almost four years, Gregory Rose announced to staff Tuesday morning his intention to leave for a similar position in University City, Missouri. He starts his new job Dec. 28. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, his salary will be […]

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Jordan Rose talks about Rose Law Group and her favorite restaurant in Life in Paradise Valley magazine

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Rose Law Group founder and president, Jordan Rose, talks about the firm that bears her name, life in general, her favorite restaurant, and more, in Life in Paradise Valley magazine. Meet the Rose Family    

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Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group partner and director of Family Law, ‘is a beast,’ says Travis Bagent, World Heavyweight Arm-Wrestling Champion

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Kaine Fisher met up with Arm Wrestling Champion Travis Bagent at the 7th Annual Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships.

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APS rate hike shocks customers; loophole could allow rate rehearings

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By Ryan Randazzo | The Republic Arizona Public Service Co. customers are reporting much higher bills than expected after the state’s utility regulators allowed the company to raise rates in mid-August. APS had projected that the average residential bill would increase approximately $6 a month, or 4.5 percent. But some customers are saying their bills […]

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Many new records set by 2017 Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships

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(Editor’s note: News releases are published unedited, unless they contain factual errors.) (SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.) Wow. That’s the only way to describe the world’s greatest polo party which took place for the seventh time on November 11th and 12th at WestWorld of Scottsdale. The records and highlights include: *New record crowd:  13,129 over the two days; […]

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Polo Championships gallop mightily into Westworld of Scottsdale

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By Josh Martinez | Scottsdale Independent The 7th Annual Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships returned to thunderous excitement at WestWorld of Scottsdale Saturday, Nov. 11. Expanding to two full days was an exhibition of the Sport of Kings as the Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships brings the flair of affluence and offered its aromas, its sights and its […]

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    The 15-year mortgage: Pros and cons

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    With a 15-year mortgage you’ll own a home much faster and save a lot of money, but you’ll need to budget carefully for the higher monthly payments. By Marilyn Lewis | Nerdwallet A 15-year mortgage is the dream home loan for home buyers who can afford the much higher monthly payments and want to shred […]

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    Housing starts bounce back strongly

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    Activity for single-family homes in the South were at the highest level in a decade, rising 16.6% from September By Laura Kusisto and Sarah Chaney | The Wall Street Journal  U.S. housing starts rose last month to the highest level in a year, a sign that builders are getting back on track after hurricanes lashed the southeast and […]

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    Arizona Supreme Court declines to hear Tempe ‘squatter’ case

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    Richard Ruelas | The Republic The Arizona Supreme Court on Thursday declined to hear the case of a Tempe man who is fighting with the city over rights to land he claims has been in his family for more than a century. Steve Sussex had filed suit against the city claiming he gained title to the land, […]

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    Joseph Carl Homes returns

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    Acquired by Avatar in 2010, the Phoenix builder is back in business, focusing on affordable starter homes. By Jennifer Goodman What better place to rise from the ashes of the 2009 recession than in Phoenix? When Joseph Carl Homes was first founded that year, its meteoric rise led to its being acquired by Avatar Holdings, […]

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    Shea Homes awarded for Best Community Sales Collateral

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    Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Shea Homes  Scottsdale Independent Shea Homes was honored with an award for Best Community Sales Collateral for its new Shea Signature community, Azure Paradise Valley at the inaugural Sales, Advertising, Marketing and Merchandising award ceremony held at the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia in Paradise Valley on Nov. […]

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    Most expensive home sales in Phoenix

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    By Katie Halle Lambert | Arizona Foothils Magazine Here are the Valley’s top home sales from the past week (11.6.17 – 11.12.17). The combined sales for the top 10 of the past week was over $26 million. READ ON:

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    Michael Pollack one of three Valley collectors featured in ‘Phoenix Magazine’

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    (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Michael Pollack in various capacities) By Lauren Loftus | Phoenix In his famous collection of children’s poetry Where the Sidewalk Ends, late author Shel Silverstein writes of a fellow who collects bits of string, dolls with broken heads, copper keys that fit no locks, airplane models and broken bottles. Hector the […]

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    Man with the plans

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    After developing a couple of Colorado towns – ever hear of Telluride? – real estate visionary Ron Allred sets his sights on Arizona’s historical inns. Long before Ron Allred purchased The Hermosa Inn in 2015, he stalked the property like a professional thief casing the joint. He paced the entrance and hallways of Lon’s, the Paradise Valley […]

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      Government agendas for week of Nov. 17 – 24, 2017

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      Cities and Towns 11.21 Buckeye City Council Hearing 11.21 Apache Junction City Council Hearing 11.20 Casa Grande City Council Hearing 11.20 Cave Creek Town Hearing 11.20 Eloy Council Hearing 11.20 Florence Town Hearing 11.21 Fountain Hills Hearing 11.20 Goodyear City Council 11.21 City of Maricopa Council Hearing 11.20 City of Mesa Council Hearing 11.21 Town […]

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      McFarland kicks off re-election campaign for Casa Grande mayor

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      By Heather Smathers | Pinal Central Casa Grande’s mayor is seeking re-election. At a campaign kickoff event Thursday, Mayor Craig McFarland announced his intentions to seek another term. Among the achievements he said he’s most proud of, he touted the economic activity in Casa Grande, saying that Casa Grande is “open for business!” McFarland told […]

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      Rose Law Group Reporter’s Top 10 Tax Reductions and Penalties in the House version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

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      By Phil Riske | Senior Reporter/Writer 10. 10% off personal income for those who have visited the Grand Canyon 17 times 9. Citizens who have toured Moscow would be penalized 1% of personal income. 8. Home mortgage deduction would be doubled for millenials living with parents. 7. Parents of millenials may deduct 25% of personal […]

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      Pinal city managers discuss growth, new roads

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      By Jake Kincaid | Casa Grande Dispatch For the November Pinal Partnership breakfast, city and town managers of Pinal County gathered to discuss the future of their communities at the Windmill Winery. A common refrain in the discussion Thursday was how to hold onto the small town character that people love in Pinal County while […]

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      School choice group’s ad campaign not to sway voters, spokesman says

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      By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times A nonprofit funded at least in part by the Koch brothers is financing a six-figure TV campaign that a spokesman said is designed to “educate” Arizonans about school choice. But Brian Faughnan said it isn’t designed to sway votes on a measure on next […]

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      Arizona lawmakers split along party lines as House approves tax cut

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      By Adrienne St. Clair | Cronkite News Arizona lawmakers fell in line with their respective parties Thursday as the House voted 227-205 for a $1.5 trillion tax-cut plan, making good on Speaker Paul Ryan’s promise to get a bill passed before the Thanksgiving recess. Thirteen Republicans joined all 192 voting Democrats to oppose the Tax […]

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      Getting driver’s license puts Arizonans into ‘perpetual criminal lineup’

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      By Rachel Leingang | Arizona Capitol Times If you have a driver’s license in Arizona, your face now lives in a government database that uses facial recognition technology to see if you’re really who you say you are, or if you’re stealing someone else’s identity. But that’s not the only use of the system – […]

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      Ducey: ‘There is truth there’ when women allege sexual harassment

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      By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times Gov. Doug Ducey said Thursday his experience is that women who complain about being sexually harassed are generally telling the truth. But the governor declined to call for Rep. Don Shooter to resign, saying the investigation of charges against the Yuma Republican should be […]

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        Biggs raises concerns with House Republicans’ tax plan

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        KTAR.com U.S. Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) voiced his concerns with a tax plan unveiled by House Republicans last week, saying there are several provisions he would like to see modified before the plan advances. In a statement issued on Friday, Biggs said he opposes the removal of a tax credit for adoptive families and believes […]

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        Divorce penalty? Tax reform could shrink alimony for ex-spouses; could cause different advice in divorce cases, says Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group partner, director Family Law

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          By Sarah O’Brien | CNBC Alimony payments mandated by divorce agreements could lose their beneficial tax treatment. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, unveiled on Thursday, includes a provision to kill the deduction that taxpayers get for making such payments to an ex-spouse. Although it’s just one of the many tax breaks eliminated under […]

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        Supreme Court won’t hear Arizona case on custody fight over tribal kids; application of the act has led to a result that is not in the best interest of the children involved in the case, says Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group Partner, director Family Law

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        By Andrew Nicla | Cronkite News  WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court has refused to hear an Arizona case that pitted a non-Indian mother and Indian father against one another in a fight for custody of their children. The decision Monday lets stand lower court rulings that invoked the Indian Child Welfare Act, a 1978 federal […]

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        Court ruling validates rights in same-sex marriages, will have ripple effect

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        By Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times Saying all marriages are created equal, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled today that the spouse of a gay woman who has given birth is entitled to the same parental rights as if she had been a man. Chief Justice Scott Bales, writing for the majority, […]

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        DCS: Phoenix woman who used hemp oil on son will get foster-care license; Kaine Fisher, director Family Law Dept., comments

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        By Ray Stern | Phoenix New Times Arizona Department of Child Safety officials will revise a newly updated policy banning foster-care licenses for people who possess hemp oil following a parent’s plea for change. The change won’t affect the DCS’ ongoing discrimination of state-authorized medical-cannabis consumers in the foster-care program. But it will likely make […]

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        New fathers are older than ever

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        By Nicholas Bakalar | The New York Times A young family in California in 1936. Researchers at Stanford University found that the average age of the father of a newborn in the United States has risen to 30.9. Credit Dorothea Lange, via Library of Congress New fathers in the United States are getting older. Researchers […]

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        About 4,700 children wait for adoption in Arizona

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        By Hubble Ray Smith | Special to The Daily Courier Children are placed in foster homes for a lot of reasons — abuse, neglect, parents in prison — and nearly 17,000 Arizona kids are currently in foster care. Most of them land there through no fault of their own. Their greatest hope is that some […]

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        Expert testimony on behavior of domestic violence victims permitted, court rules; decision is just, says Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group partner, director Family Law Dept.

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        By Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times Juries are entitled to hear from experts who can explain why domestic violence victims often forgive their attackers, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Tuesday. The justices rejected arguments by Mark Haskie Jr. that he did not get a fair trial because jurors heard from an […]

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          Arizona faith leaders call on McCain, Flake to fight repeal of Clean Power Plan

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          By Shawna Truong | Cronkite News Rabbi Bonnie Sharfman described the scene of a beautiful sunset — caused by pollution leading to ugly results like asthma. “We can feel thickness in our throats, and we can feel tightness in our chests,” Sharfman said. “Something is happening to our planet.” Arizona faith leaders, from rabbis to […]

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          APS rate hike shocks customers; loophole could allow rate rehearings

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          By Ryan Randazzo | The Republic Arizona Public Service Co. customers are reporting much higher bills than expected after the state’s utility regulators allowed the company to raise rates in mid-August. APS had projected that the average residential bill would increase approximately $6 a month, or 4.5 percent. But some customers are saying their bills […]

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          Waymo tests its self-driving cars In my town. Here are the odd things I’ve seen.

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          By Robert Rapier | Forbes Opinions expressed by Forbes contributors are their own. Two years ago on my daily commute to work in Chandler, Arizona, I noticed something new sharing the roads with me: a fleet of white cars with a funny contraption on top of it, and prominent decals on the side labeled “Google” […]

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          Flagstaff council passes resolution against uranium transport

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          By Corina Vanek | Arizona Daily Sun The Flagstaff City Council officially has opposed the transportation of uranium ore and other radioactive materials through the city and neighboring communities. The resolution, however, will have no ability to control the route trucks hauling the material will take. At a meeting last month, City Attorney Sterling Solomon […]

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          As Green Roof Initiative heads to probable victory, Denver’s mayor — an opponent — turns to implementation

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          Officials will examine “opportunities and challenges” in measure that is most stringent in U.S. By Jon Murray | The Denver Post Mayor Michael Hancock opposed the Denver Green Roof Initiative but said Wednesday, as votes still were being counted, that his administration was taking its probable passage to heart. “We have always made a good-faith […]

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          Arizona regulators OK power line upgrade from Vail to Nogales, new line to Mexico

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          By David Wichner | Arizona Daily Star State regulators approved a project planned by Tucson-based UniSource Energy Services and a Texas company to upgrade a high-voltage transmission line between Vail and Nogales, and related construction of a new power line from Nogales to Mexico. The Arizona Corporation Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to approve both the […]

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          [EDITORIAL] Navajo do the right thing by the Grand Canyon

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            Salt Lake City Tribune (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only.) In seeking to create and, now, preserve the Bears Ears National Monument in Utah, leaders of the Navajo Nation have held the clear moral high ground. Centuries of connection to the land and a reverence for its natural beauty, silence […]

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          Could EPA regional headquarters move from San Francisco to Phoenix?

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          By Lily Altavena | The Republic Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt discussed moving the agency’s regional headquarters from San Francisco to Phoenix during a meeting with metro Phoenix officials in May. GPEC President and CEO Chris Camacho said the Phoenix-area team pitched the idea. Meeting notes distributed by GPEC to attendees of the meeting […]

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            Medical Marijuana View All →

            How can banks handle illegally legal marijuana business? ‘They don’t have the opportunity to bank like everyone else,’ says Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner and director of Cannabis Dept.

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            By Nikole Tower | AZBigMedia Where would you put your money if you weren’t allowed access to a bank? In a safe? Under the mattress? Maybe a friend can hold onto it for you? Now, let’s say you’re operating a successful business and the money is flowing in at a generous rate. Putting cash like […]

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            Court asked to rule Arizona’s fee for medical pot permits is illegally high; reaction from Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner, director Cannabis Dept.

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            By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Daily Star An attorney is asking the Court of Appeals to force health officials to slash what they charge medical marijuana users for the state-issued permit needed to buy the drug. The $150 that patients must pay annually is illegally high, attorney Sean Berberian said Monday. […]

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            Chronically ill girl sues U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions over medical marijuana legalization; Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner, director Cannabis Dept. comments

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            By Caitlyn Hitt | New York Daily News Alexis Bortell has filed a lawsuit against U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding medical marijuana legalization. Due to legal restrictions, the 12-year-old, who turned to medical marijuana to control her seizure disorder, is unable to return home to her native Texas to visit family. “I would like […]

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            Courts expected to uphold legality of medical cannabis resins

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            By Ray Stern | Phoenix New Times A Navajo County judge’s recent ruling about medical-marijuana extracts could lead to popular dispensary products like vape cartridges and edibles being taken off the shelves. Don’t freak out: That’s a worst-case scenario. But it’s possible, if a higher court ultimately agrees with the judge and rules that “cannabis” […]

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            [IN-DEPTH] Will 2018 be the year marijuana takes over?

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            By Todd Shepherd | Washington Examiner So far, all the states that have legalized marijuana have done so through grassroots petitions and ballot initiatives meant to bypass risk-averse lawmakers in state houses. California, Nevada, Maine, Massachusetts, Alaska, Oregon, and the District of Columbia have all followed Colorado and Washington either to legalize the sale and […]

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            Jeff Sessions calls for “more competition” among medical marijuana growers for research, a statement praised by Laura Bianchi, director of Rose Law Group’s Medical Marijuana Cannabis practice group

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            By Polly Washburn, The Cannabist Staff In testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday morning, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said there should be “more competition” among growers who supply marijuana for federally approved research, though he said he thought the current applicant pool of 26 was too many. His statement came in response […]

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            Closing of local marijuana dispensary may open new cultivating options

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            By Bathany Blundell | Pinal Central The sudden closure of a local marijuana dispensary has many Maricopa residents wondering what happens next. On Oct. 1, Ponderosa Releaf sent an email to its customers stating that the business, located at 49237 W. Papago Road, would be temporarily closed as of Oct. 2. “At this point in […]

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            Master plan set for cultivation facility

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            By Roland Murphy | AZBEX The mainstreaming of licensed cannabis operations as a force in Arizona real estate and development took another step forward this week with the announcement by Scottsdale-based Zoned Properties of a mixed-use, master planned cultivation facility in Chino Valley. The property has been leased to a licensed marijuana cultivation tenant on a 20-year, NNN structure. […]

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              How to fix facebook? We asked 9 experts

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              By Farhad Manjoo and Kevin Roose | The New York Times Colin Stretch, the general counsel of Facebook, appeared on Tuesday before senators who are investigating how Russia spread misinformation online during the 2016 presidential campaign. Along with Google and Twitter, Facebook has been blamed for helping Russian agents influence the outcome of the election. […]

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              Protect your email from latest hacking trend; wire fraud plaguing real estate industry, says Lauren Reynolds, Rose Law Group litigator focusing on cybersecurity

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              RealtorMag Many real estate professionals have become keenly aware of targeted wire fraud scams that include email impersonation tactics. A growing avenue cyber criminals are using to get highly sensitive financial data is known as spear phishing, according to Asaf Cidon, vice president of content security for Barracuda Networks, a data protection company. Spear phishing is a highly targeted and […]

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              Senators say feds leave local officials on their own on cybersecurity

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              By Isaac Windes | Cronkite News An empty chair fielded question after question from an angry Senate panel Thursday, after a White House cybersecurity coordinator invoked executive privilege and skipped the hearing. Representatives from the FBI, the Pentagon and the Department of Homeland Security testified beside the empty chair, telling the Senate Armed Services Commitee […]

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              2017’s states most vulnerable to identity theft & fraud

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              See where Arizona lands WalletHub Equifax has proven that absolutely no one is immune to cybercrime. In September 2017, the credit bureau announced that it had fallen victim to one of the biggest data breaches in recent history. As a result of the hack, an estimated 145.5 million American consumers’ information had been compromised. Indeed, […]

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              Secretary of State: Arizona’s election hacking was ‘much ado about nothing’

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              KTAR.COM Officials with the Arizona Secretary of State’s office said reports that hackers believed to be directed by the Russian government breached Arizona’s state election database last year were “much ado about little or nothing.” Before the 2016 presidential election, the FBI said it uncovered information that hackers breached Arizona’s state election database in an […]

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              BeyondTrust names the 5 deadly sins related to why data breaches occur, and how to fix it; Lauren Reynolds, Rose Law Group litigator focusing on cybersecurity, stresses increased ‘oversight’

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              By Hayley Ringle | Phoenix Business Journal With so many data breaches originating from the abuse or misuse of privileged credentials, Phoenix-based cybersecurity software provider BeyondTrust Software Inc. has identified the five deadly sins of privileged access management. After surveying nearly 500 IT professionals from around the world during May and June with involvement in privileged access […]

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              How Equifax breach could hurt home sales; Lauren Reynolds, Rose Law Group litigator focusing on cybersecurity, says ‘breach could complicate everything’

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              RealtorMag The recent Equifax data breach, which exposed the personal information of about 143 million Americans—one of the largest hacks on record—could put home sales at risk. For consumers trying to get a mortgage, the data breach, which compromised people’s Social Security numbers, addresses, and credit card information, could stall their loan approval or put them […]

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              Unlike most industries, drone makers and operators clamor for federal regulation; current regs insufficient, says Lauren Reynolds, Rose Law Group cybersecurity attorney

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              Leaders seek approval for broader commercial applications, so they buck the trend toward looser government oversight By Andy Pasztor | The Wall Street Journal   espite White House directives rolling back regulations affecting most industries, drone proponents are clamoring for more federal rules as the way to open up the skies for unmanned aircraft. The counterintuitive […]

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                The Dealmaker: 11/17/2017

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                The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox   Rose Law Group searching for… High energy project manager and/or planner to add to our highly motivated project management team. RLG is also looking for a brilliant transactional […]

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                Cameron’s $5M + deals of the day

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                Cameron Carter, Director of Rose Law Group’s Transactional Real Estate Department, thinks you need to know about these transactions in Maricopa County. Price: $40M Buyer: KB Mountain Park I, LLC & KB Mountain Park 2, LLC   Seller: KI-Mountain Park, LLC Property Type: Apartments Property Size:  12.547 acres Location: 4221 East Ray Road, Phoenix APN: 301-58-008X, 301-83-499A Financing: New loan To view the affidavit: 170851462, click here. […]

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                The Dealmaker: 11/16/2017

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                The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox Rose Law Group searching for… High energy project manager and/or planner to add to our highly motivated project management team. If you know someone (or you are that someone) […]

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                The Dealmaker: 11/15/2017

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                The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox     Rose Law Group searching for… High energy project manager and/or planner to add to our highly motivated project management team. If you know someone (or you are […]

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                The Dealmaker: 11/14/2017

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                The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox     RTA to jump-start future north-south Pinal freeway. (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents a coalition of property and business owners throughout Pinal County who have worked to bring […]

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                The Dealmaker: 11/13/2017

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                The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox     Amended Bell Group Self Storage application passes Scottsdale Planning Commission. (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Bell Group Self Storage.) “Planning Commission… voted… to approve the storage facility, […]

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                Cameron’s $5M + deals of the day

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                Cameron Carter, Director of Rose Law Group’s Transactional Real Estate Department, thinks you need to know about these transactions in Maricopa County. Price: $133.6M Buyer: SP Heritage LLC, c/o SRG Partners, LLC Seller: WSL Heritage Investors V, LLC c/o Walton Street Capital, LLC Property Type: Senior housing Property Size:  17.144 acres Location: 19303 N. New Tradition Rd., 13805 and 13813 W. Woodside Dr., Sun […]

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                The Dealmaker: 11/10/2017

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                The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox   Prop. 417 passes, promising roads! (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents a coalition of property and business owners throughout Pinal County working to bring new transportation infrastructure to the […]

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