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Flake among shutdown voters, McCain absent

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Arizona delegation divided when shutdown arrived By Ronald J. Hansen | The Republic Arizona’s congressional delegation seemed as stubborn about solving the partisan budget stalemate as the rest of their colleagues in Washington on Friday night. Related: How the federal government shutdown could affect Arizona As the deadline approached, Arizona’s members alternately tried to establish why […]

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No Arizona cities named as a finalist for Amazon’s second headquarters

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By Russ Wiles | The Republic Phoenix, Tempe, Mesa and the rest of Arizona won’t be landing Amazon’s prized second headquarters — and the investment dollars, jobs and prestige that will come with it. The online retailing giant on Thursday named 20 finalists for the coveted expansion project from the 238 proposals that were submitted in October. […]

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How do I opt-out of an arbitration provision?

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By Kathryn Honecker, Chair of Rose Law Group Class Action Department, and Clark Wu, Law Clerk Phoenix, Arizona | January 11, 2018 In our last article, “Did I give up my rights with my online purchase?” we explained why you need to check your contracts and terms of service for buried arbitration provisions and the ability […]

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[SUNDAY FEATURE] Internet sales tax case interests supreme justices

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The justices agreed to hear an appeal by the state of South Dakota, which has been pushing a test case with the goal of overturning a high-court precedent that limits states’ sales tax collections. an states broadly require online retailers to collect sales taxes even if they lack a physical presence in the state? The Supreme […]

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Did I give up my rights with my online purchase?

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By Kathryn Honecker, Chair of Rose Law Group Class Action Department, and Clark Wu, Law Clerk Phoenix, Arizona | January 11, 2018 Perhaps.  But you’re not alone.  Many consumers are quick to accept a retailer’s terms of service after only a quick scan through the fine print or without even opening the terms of service, altogether.  […]

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Don’t let them see you sweat

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The most stressful jobs of 2018 By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal areerCast unveiled its list of the most and least stressful jobs of 2018, with the least stressful job paying a pretty good salary. CareerCast evaluated 11 stress factors: travel required, growth potential, deadlines, working in the public eye, competition in the field, physical […]

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Jordan Rose called “one hell of a lawyer”

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From the Trends Chatter Newsletter, published by Trends Magazine “I’ve known Jordan Rose for a long time. She’s a huge supporter of our publication, the community and one hell of a lawyer. So just before Christmas she invited 800 of her closest friends to The Coach House in Scottsdale to celebrate the success of her […]

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An Apple a day might hurt children’s brains

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By David Gelles | The New York Times A creator of the iPhone called the device “addictive.” A Twitter founder said the “internet is broken.” An early Facebook investor raised questions about the social network’s impact on children’s brains. Now, two of the biggest investors on Wall Street have asked Apple to study the health […]

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    Yavapai Downs is up: Racing to begin again next year

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    By The Daily Courier The deal closed Thursday morning, Jan. 11, 2018, with JACOR Partners from Phoenix and Kentucky Downs president Corey Johnsen signing papers to purchase Yavapai Downs in Prescott Valley, Arizona, for $3.22 million out of federal bankruptcy court. The new owners include Johnsen and brothers Tom, Dave and Mike Auther, and Joe […]

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    Rosewood just closed escrow for new Scottsdale neighborhood

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    (Editor’s note: News releases are published unedited, unless they contain factual errors.)  Rosewood Homes closed escrow late today (January 18, 2018) on a new 21-acre parcel in North Scottsdale planned for the exclusive private-gated Rosewood Ranch Estates neighborhood. Rosewood’s new neighborhood will be located on the north-side of Hawknest Road just north of Rosewood’s nearly […]

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    No Arizona cities named as a finalist for Amazon’s second headquarters

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    By Russ Wiles | The Republic Phoenix, Tempe, Mesa and the rest of Arizona won’t be landing Amazon’s prized second headquarters — and the investment dollars, jobs and prestige that will come with it. The online retailing giant on Thursday named 20 finalists for the coveted expansion project from the 238 proposals that were submitted in October. […]

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    The most livable small cities in the U.S.

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    Builder SmartAsset was out Thursday with a new look at local housing markets, this time seeking the most livable small cities in the country. Here’s what it found: For this study, we considered small cities to be those with populations between 65,000 and 99,000. In order to rank the most livable small cities in the […]

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    Mesa lands data center in Elliot Road Tech Corridor

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    By Wayne Schutsky | East Valley Tribune A new data center development is coming to Mesa in the Elliot Road Tech Corridor on a long-dormant parcel of land once slated to become a regional shopping and employment center. EdgeConneX, a global technology company headquartered in Herndon, Virginia, plans to build a data center on over […]

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    In 2018, it’s about how much more can be done with how much less

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    As winning builders need to create bigger deltas of value, here’s a critical resource stream that has no constraint, rising cost, or unpredictability: Purpose. By John McManus | Builder The wrap on 2017 is this. It’s the best year for single-family housing since 2007, and the good news is, 2018 looks as if it’s going to be […]

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    Most expensive home sales in Phoenix

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    By Katie Halle Lambert | AZFoothills Magazine Here are the Valley’s top home sales from the past week (1.8.18 – 1.14.18). The combined sales for the top 10 of the past week was over $29 million. READ ON:

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    Arizona’s most iconic developer, DMB, is moving out of the suburbs

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    By Catherine Reagor | The Republic Metro Phoenix’s growth has been defined and refined over the past 20 years by the big planned developments DC Ranch in Scottsdale, Verrado in Buckeye and Eastmark in Mesa. The projects, on the edges of the Valley when they started, have grown into popular communities where schools, shops, and jobs […]

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      Outsider Republican Sanchez enters race for Phoenix mayor

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      By Jessica Boehm | The Republic City Hall outsider Moses Sanchez jumped into the Phoenix mayoral race Tuesday — the first Republican to do so. Sanchez, 40, has run in local Republican circles for years and previously served on the Tempe Union High School Governing Board, but has never sought city office. If elected, he […]

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      McSally’s flight from her district gives Dems hope

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      Tucson-based district now seen by some as leaning to Democrats By Ronald J. Hansen |The Republic Martha McSally’s Senate bid adds a new face to the Republican race, but also gives Democrats new hope of winning her Tucson-based House district. David Wasserman, House editor with the Cook Political Report, quickly rated the new House race […]

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      [OPINION] No, Joe

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      The conservative Goldwater Institute was unsparing in its assessment of Arpaio NATIONAL REVIEW (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.) The Alabama Senate race was disastrous for Republicans, who found themselves apologizing for a crackpot accused of serious and potentially criminal wrongdoing. Republicans have the opportunity to avoid repeating the error in […]

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      Flying ovaries: McSally is in the race for Senate desk

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      Arizona Republican Congresswoman Martha McSally called on the national GOP to “grow a pair of ovaries” as she launched her bid for the U.S. Senate on Friday, joining the race to replace retiring GOP Sen. Jeff Flake by embracing President Donald Trump and his outsider playbook in one of the nation’s premier Senate contests. Like […]

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      Coolidge man wants another crack at O’Halleran

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      By Jake Kincaid | PinalCentral Miguel Olivas is running again for the Congressional District 1 seat held by fellow Democrat Tom O’Halleran. Olivas lost to O’Halleran in the 2016 primary, taking 41 percent of the vote, while winning the majority in Pinal County. In 2016, Olivas ran on a budget of less than $5,000, but […]

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      Ward sheds political alliance with ‘Sloppy Steve’

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      By KTAR.COM Arizona Senate candidate Dr. Kelli Ward is cutting ties with former White House strategist Steve Bannon a few months after he introduced her at a campaign fundraiser. “He’s made some significant mistakes, significant gaffes that are unacceptable to me,” Ward, a Republican, said Thursday morning on CNN. Related: Rep. Martha McSally announces run for […]

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        Fort McDowell elects new members to Tribal Council

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        The Fountain Hills Times Paul Russell edged out incumbent Vice President Pansy Thomas in the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation Tribal Council election on Jan. 9. A long-time council member, Russell received 130 votes. Thomas, formerly council secretary, received 125 votes. Sandra Pattea had 76 votes in a race for vice president and Robin Russell received […]

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        Turley appointed vice mayor of Queen Creek

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        Queen Creek Independent Councilwoman Emilena Turley was appointed vice mayor of the town of Queen Creek during the Jan. 17 meeting of the Queen Creek Town Council. Each year the council appoints a new vice mayor to serve a one-year term. Ms. Turley’s term will end in January 2019. READ ON:

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        Cancellation of light rail leaves $162 million in Glendale transportation coffers

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        By Darrell Jackson | The Glendale Star A month after councilmembers ended the city’s participation in bringing light rail to downtown Glendale, staff presented the report of increased funds that adds hundreds of millions of dollars to the city’s transportation plan. “The Dec. 12 action by council to remove the light rail project from our […]

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        Local leaders discuss the rise of Mesa’s innovation district

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        By Hayley Ringle | Phoenix Business Journal The Mesa Arts Center, Benedictine University and the extension of the Metro light rail down Main Street are part of the city’s efforts to revitalize the downtown area and form an innovation district similar to the successful transformation of downtown Phoenix. City, education and business leaders joined together Thursday morning […]

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        Virginia Korte plans to pursue Scottsdale mayor’s seat

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        Scottsdale Independent Scottsdale City Councilwoman Virginia Korte has announced her intent to form an exploratory committee for the mayor’s seat in 2020. In a Jan. 18 press release, Ms. Korte says it’s time for her to make the “ultimate commitment.” “For nearly 30 years, I have dedicated myself to helping maintain our wonderful quality of […]

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        As federal shutdown looms, legislators approve Arizona CHIP health care funds for children

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        By Fortesa Latifi | Cronkite News ealth insurance for thousands of low-income children in Arizona’s KidsCare program would be preserved, even if federal funds are yanked, under a measure approved Thursday by an Arizona legislative committee. The House Health Committee voted in favor of HB 2127, the bill designed to prevent a funding freeze for […]

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        Gray in for Lesko at Legislature

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        By Andrew Nicla | The Republic Former Arizona Rep. Rick Gray will replace former state Sen. Debbie Lesko in the Senate after the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Thursday to appoint him. Lesko, R-Peoria, resigned last week to run for former Rep. Trent Franks’ vacant congressional seat. Gray, who lives in Sun City, […]

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        1 vote kills Tempe opposition to border wall

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        The vote came just one day after Flagstaff passed a resolution to oppose the wall KTAR.com The Tempe City Council failed to pass a resolution that would have opposed a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border on Thursday. The resolution failed on a 3-4 vote. Before the vote was held, several Arizona residents spoke in front […]

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          The other mom fights for child custody from same-sex former partner; Audra Petrolle, Rose Law Group Family Law attorney, comments on the case

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          By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times Saying biology matters, an Arizona woman is making a last-ditch effort to keep from being forced to share custody of her child with her former wife. Keith Berkshire, attorney for Kimberly McLaughlin, is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn last year’s ruling by […]

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          The new tax law provision as it applies to family law; Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Family Law, comments

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          Rose Law Group Reporter For taxpayers who sign divorce agreements after December 31, 2018, alimony will no longer be deductible by the payor or taxable to the recipient. For existing agreements that are modified after that date, the parties may expressly choose to adopt this new rule. If they do not, alimony on agreements entered […]

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          Men feeling they are being shortchanged leads to shared parenting laws; Kaine Fisher, director Family Law Dept., comments

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          By Michael Alison Chandler | The Washington Post The every-other-weekend dad, born from two generations of soaring divorce rates, was once a conventional part of American culture. In recent years, more couples have been agreeing to parent after divorce as they did in marriage: collaboratively. Now lawmakers are accelerating this trend toward co-parenting, with legislatures […]

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          High divorce rate married to Arizona

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          The Stacker.com In 1980, nearly 50% of all marriages ended in divorce. Though now an aged statistic, that astounding number is still cited as conventional wisdom regarding successful marriages today. Fortunately, new findings suggest that divorce is actually on a relatively steep decline; despite myths, the institution of marriage is indeed alive and well in […]

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          But what if she’s pregnant? Comments on minimum age to marry by Kaine Fisher, partner, director of Family Law

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          Can’t buy cigarettes and can’t get married By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times Saying 18 is plenty young enough, a Scottsdale lawmaker wants to repeal existing Arizona laws that allow children of any age to get married. The proposal by Rep. Michelle Ugenti-Rita, R-Scottsdale, would make it illegal for the […]

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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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            [IN-DEPTH] Uranium miners in Arizona, elsewhere pushed hard for a comeback. They got their wish.

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            Energy Fuels, a Canadian uranium producer, owns the Grand Canyon mine, where groundwater has already flooded the main shaft. By Hiroko Tabuchi | The New York Times ONUMENT VALLEY, Utah — Garry Holiday grew up among the abandoned mines that dot the Navajo Nation’s red landscape, remnants of a time when uranium helped cement America’s […]

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            Florence Copper opponents skeptical of air quality claims

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            By Mark Cowling | PinalCentral Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Southwest Value Partners in its fight to stop the mine from locating in the middle of the Pulte Merrill ranch family community Florence Copper claims it has made further strides in controlling airborne emissions at its future operations, but many of those attending a hearing […]

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            RFP issued: PII of Solar Zone at UA Tech Park

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            By Roland Murphy | AZBEX Tech Parks Arizona and Tucson Electric Power this week issued an RFP for companies interested in taking part in Phase II of The Solar Zone. The Solar Zone is a public-private partnership between the University of Arizona and TEP, serving as an innovation hub to test, evaluate and demonstrate solar technologies. According to the description, it was […]

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            Utility jobs shrink as new power plants need fewer workers

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            Older plants are being supplanted by newer power plants fired by natural gas, as well as wind and solar farms By Russell Gold | The Wall Street Journal As coal and nuclear power plants around the U.S. close due to competitive pressures, the number of people employed in making electricity is shrinking. Older power plants […]

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            Interior secretary pounds chest taking credit for Grand Canyon protection from mining

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            The administration can’t get its story straight — again By Chris D’Angelo | The Huffington Post Late last month, the Interior Department published a “comprehensive list of accomplishments” in its first year under Secretary Ryan Zinke’s leadership, including several actions it felt demonstrated “a conservation stewardship legacy, second only to Teddy Roosevelt.” In a summary […]

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            If there were not so damn many cars in Phoenix . . .

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            By Joseph Flaherty | Phoenix New Times hoenix wants to be a carbon-neutral city. But with more cars on the road and the resulting increase in emissions, it’s making it harder for the city to get there. Increasing vehicle emissions are holding the city back from rapidly reducing greenhouse gases, according to a report presented to […]

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            Tucson Electric Power follows suit with rate reduction

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              By David Wichner | Arizona Daily Star Customers of Tucson Electric Power Co. and other state-regulated utilities may be in line for a break on their bills, thanks to the federal tax overhaul. But exactly how, and how much, are up in the air as companies and regulators grapple with the effects of the […]

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            APS now seeking rate decrease thanks to federal tax cuts

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            By Ryan Randazzo | The Republic Arizona Public Service Co. wants to cut about $4.70 from the average residential customer’s monthly bill thanks to the tax changes that President Donald Trump signed into law last month. The state’s biggest electric company announced the proposal Tuesday, and is seeking to have the reduction take effect in […]

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              Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group Partner, Director of Medical Marijuana Dept., provides comment on Illinois student using medical marijuana at school

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              Illinois says it won’t stop sick girl from using medical marijuana at school By Aamer Madhani | USA TODAY Illinois on Friday said it won’t get in the way of an 11-year-old girl whose parents want her to be allowed to use medical marijuana at school to regulate seizures, despite state laws that prohibit the use […]

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              Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner and director of Medical Marijuana Department quoted in Yahoo Finance provides guidance following Sessions’ action 

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              By Jennifer Kaplan/Bloomberg | Yahoo Finance Attorney General Jeff Sessions is rescinding an Obama-era policy that helped states legalize recreational marijuana, throwing a wet blanket on the fledgling industry during what should have been a celebratory week. The Justice Department will reverse the so-called Cole and Ogden memos that set out guardrails for federal prosecution of […]

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              Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner, director of Medical Marijuana Department quoted in Minnesota Lawyer discussing reversal of Cole and Ogden memos

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              By Zac Farber |  Minnesota Lawyer Attorney General Jeff Sessions is rescinding an Obama-era policy that helped states legalize recreational marijuana, throwing a wet blanket on the fledgling industry during what should have been a celebratory week. The Justice Department will reverse the so-called Cole and Ogden memos that set out guardrails for federal prosecution of cannabis and allowed […]

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              Whether college students with medical marijuana on campus are criminals to be decided by Supreme Court

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              By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times The Arizona Supreme Court will decide whether lawmakers can make criminals of legal medical marijuana users who possess their drug on college and university campuses. Related: Medical pot proposal forces patients to pay for drug prevention In a brief order, the justices agreed to […]

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              Sessions takes aim on marijuana enforcement; Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner, director of Medical Marijuana Dept. comments

              Posted by   2 weeks ago

              By Dwayne Harmon | Newburgh Gazette Medical and recreational marijuana use is still illegal nationally under the Controlled Substances Act and marijuana is listed under the Schedule 1 list of drugs, along with heroin and LSD. Oregon Governor Kate Brown said Oregon will continue to move forward with pot sales. “I advise clients continue to […]

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              Sessions ending Obama-era policy that ushered in legal weed

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              Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner, director of Medical Marijuana Dept. comments By Jennifer Kaplan | Bloomberg Attorney General Jeff Sessions is rescinding an Obama-era policy that helped states legalize recreational marijuana, throwing a wet blanket on the fledgling industry during what could have been a celebratory week. Related: Don’t worry about downfall of medical […]

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              Sessions to nix Obama-era rules leaving states alone that legalize pot; don’t worry about downfall of medical cannabis business, says Laura Bianchi, partner, director of Medical Marijuana Dept.

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              By Laura Jarrett | CNN In a seismic shift, Attorney General Jeff Sessions will announce Thursday that he is rescinding a trio of memos from the Obama administration that adopted a policy of non-interference with marijuana-friendly state laws, according to a source with knowledge of the decision. While many states have decriminalized or legalized marijuana […]

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              The key to their children’s survival is medical cannabis; but it’s a bigger issue than marijuana says Laura Bianchi, partner and director Cannabis Department

              Posted by   1 month ago

              By Kate Masters | The Frederick News-Post Raina Tilghman had her first seizure when she was just weeks old, on the day of her two-month check-up with the family pediatrician. The night before, the little girl had been up for hours with the hiccups, said her mother, Carey, who lives with Raina, her husband, Matt, […]

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                Facing fears: iPhone X’s new facial recognition raises concerns

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                By Allison Bailey | Cronkite News ven before the news reports about problems with Apple’s iPhone X – one reviewer for Forbes called it the worst iPhone ever – some experts had reservations about the facial recognition technology that is one of the phone’s marquee features. Arizona State University professor Sonia Bovio recently bought an iPhone 8, mainly for financial […]

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                Did I give up my rights with my online purchase?

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                By Kathryn Honecker, Chair of Rose Law Group Class Action Department, and Clark Wu, Law Clerk Phoenix, Arizona | January 11, 2018 Perhaps.  But you’re not alone.  Many consumers are quick to accept a retailer’s terms of service after only a quick scan through the fine print or without even opening the terms of service, altogether.  […]

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                Technology that will change our lives in the new year

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                Electric cars, cryptocurrencies and artificial intelligence are poised for leaps forward. And Amazon will get even bigger By Joanna Stern and Christopher Mims | The Wall Street Journal It’s been a weird year. In 2017, technology spread its tentacles into our lives in ways we couldn’t have imagined—see the Equifax hack, Russia’s manipulation of Facebook, […]

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                [OPINION] The real reason the net neutrality issue is so bad for Arizona

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                (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.) By Nick Labadie Rose Law Group Senior Planner/Project Manager, involved in start-up business ventures The repeal of Net Neutrality is terrible but the real reason why it isn’t what’s getting discussed. Obviously, free speech and the public’s equal access to information and the microphone of the internet […]

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                Legislatures waking up about ‘scary’ cyber crime; a word of caution for Internet users from Lauren Reynolds, who practices cyberlaw

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                By Heide Brandes | Bridge Tower Media Newswires As the use of Internet technology continues to grow across the globe, so do the attempts to access devices through spam, invasive viruses, hacking and other criminal activities. In turn, federal and state laws are created to keep computers, personal information and sensitive data safe from computer […]

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                Smart home attacks and challenges to solving security issues; Lauren Reynolds, Rose Law Group litigator focusing on cybersecurity, comments

                Posted by   2 months ago

                Pipeline Creating a well thought out home design that incorporates the smart home technology that your customers want is becoming increasingly difficult because of the fracturing of the market. More products and more options that don’t always speak to each other create a difficult equation. Here the challenges are explored. Key value propositions for consumers […]

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                Supreme Court cellphone case puts free speech – not just privacy – at risk; could be precedent setting, says Evan Bolick, Rose Law Group litigator

                Posted by   2 months ago

                Carpenter v United States has rightly prompted concerns over surveillance. But it could also have drastic implications for personal freedom in the digital age By Jameel Jaffer and Alexander Abdo | The Guardian On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will consider whether the government must obtain a warrant before accessing the rich trove of data that […]

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                Study finds Arizona seventh-worst in U.S. for cybercrime; Lauren Reynolds, Rose Law Group Litigator focusing on Cybersecurity, recommends ‘taking precautions’

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                KTAR.com Arizona was ranked as the seventh-worst state in the nation for cyber crime, according to a recent study. The study showed that more than 60,500 Arizonans reported cyber crimes and those crimes cost the state more than $20 million last year. The study also found that adults over the age of 60, and in […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 1/19/2018

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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 PC SEARCHING FOR… An attorney with at least two years’ experience who has a basic understanding of business/corporate law/corporate structure to […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 1/18/2018

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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     Apple announces second campus, promises to bring 20,000 jobs. In a move that has “Thanks tax-code overhaul!” written all over it, Apple has announced that it will “be building a second […]

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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: $53,136,000 Buyer: Aldea At Estrella Falls Sig, LLC Seller: Aldea Apartments, LLC Property Type: Apartments Property Size: 803,256 SQFT Location:  2400 N. Bullard Avenue, Goodyear APN: 501-69-018P Financing: New loan, conventional To view the affidavit: 180039444, click here. Price: $8,301,000 […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 1/17/2018

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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       EXCLUSIVE: Avondale approves Encanto Crossing. The Avondale City Council Tuesday night unanimously approved a rezoning and pre-Plat to allow for the development of a 60-acre subdivision west […]

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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: $17,964,101.70 Buyer: FAE Holdings 485301R, LLC Seller: RP PV IV, LLC Property Type: Vacant land Property Size: 168.159 Acres Location:  North Sarival Rd. and West Camelback, Goodyear APN: 9 Parcels: 501-61-026S – 026T, 501-61-026Q, 501-61-027E – 027F, 501-61-024C […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 1/16/2018

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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         Maracay closes on 80-acre land purchase in Peoria. Here’s Maracay’s Jason Weber on Riverwalk at 77th Ave. and Pinnacle Peak, a neighborhood which will feature […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 1/12/2018

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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       [EXCLUSIVE] All that traffic you see is homebuyers. “Metro Phoenix home builder’s sales offices saw more homebuyer traffic than in the past 11 years, before the downturn, […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 1/10/2018

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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     Realtor.com® issues housing forecast at IBS. “The forecast [delivered at The NAHB International Builders’ Show] predicts a growing economy and positive demographic trends, creating opportunities… despite the […]

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