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McCain coy on new GOP health care bill that Flake, Ducey are backing

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By Joel T. Vernile and Adrienne St. Clair | Cronkite News Arizona Sen. John McCain, a key vote in the failure of the last Obamacare repeal attempt, refused to say Tuesday how he will vote on a new GOP plan, which is being supported by his fellow Republicans, Gov. Doug Ducey and Sen. Jeff Flake. […]

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Teens aren’t grasping ‘the responsibilities of adulthood,’ new study says

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By Kim Painter | Special for USA TODAY Today’s teens are on a slow road to adulthood, putting off risky behaviors from drinking to sex, but also delaying jobs, driving, dating and other steps towards independence, according to a new study based on 40 years of survey data. Compared to teens from the 70s, 80s […]

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From desert wheat in Arizona to pasta in Italy

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One of the wheat fields in Casa Grande. Photo courtesy of Wesam AbuHammad By Kianna Gardner | Cronkite News CASA GRANDE — Italian pasta chefs are known for crafting dishes that are as much local culture as they are food. What is less well-known is that Arizona’s desert durum wheat is a common ingredient in […]

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Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey gives his support to latest ‘Obamacare’ repeal effort; governor candidate opposed

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By Yvonne Wingett Sanchez and Dan Nowicki | The Republic Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announced his support Monday for a Senate Republican attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act. The legislation, introduced by Sens. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., and Bill Cassidy, R-La., would keep much of the “Obamacare” tax structure in place but would give the […]

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[SUNDAY FEATURE] Phoenix constitutional convention gives ‘rebirth to a new nation,’ planners say

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By Alia Beard Rau | The Republic The gathering of leaders from 22 states to recommend rules for what would be the first Article V convention in American history has concluded in Arizona, on what was the 230th anniversary of the states’ final approvalof the U.S. Constitution. “It is fitting that we have met here […]

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[OPINION] Bolick v. Woods

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(Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only.) Arizona Progress & Gazette They are two of the biggest names in the Arizona legal world. Former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods and Arizona Supreme Court Justice Clint Bolick.  Earlier this week Father Bolick likely would have been proud as his son, Evan Bolick, sparred […]

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HOAs foreclosing on hundreds of Phoenix-area homeowners for as little as $1,200; Rose Law Group Partner and Transactional Dept. Director, Cameron Carter comments on ‘The Republic’ investigation

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By Jessica Boehm and Catherine Reagor | The Republic Homeowners associations, the enforcers of neighborhood paint colors, holiday decorations and trash bins, are leading the latest surge in Phoenix-area foreclosures. HOAs are foreclosing on a record number of homeowners for as little as $1,200 in missed maintenance payments, according to an Arizona Republic investigation. And homeowners who thought […]

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Rose Law Group Jordan Rose takes 3rd place of 11 at ULI’s “Hot Intersections” competition this morning for her presentation on Camelback and Scottsdale Road

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  And the winner was Craig DeMarco for Central and Camelback (…don’t tell Jordan but we even voted for him… after all, how can you vote against the guy who created our favorite happy hour spot, Postino’s?)

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    Brokerage closes first bitcoin home purchase in Texas

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    Builder For the first time, a home in Texas has been purchased entirely with the cryptocurrency, bitcoin, reports HousingWire staffer Brena Swanson. Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty finalized the purchase of a newly built custom home in Austin. The home includes grand entertaining areas, a kitchen fit for a chef, lavish master suite, and a finely landscaped backyard, according to Kuper […]

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    Here’s how to save a dying suburb

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    Builder A new Manhattan Institute study suggests that in order to save some dying suburbs on the outskirts of cities, those inner-ring suburbs should merge with the central city, says CityLab contributor Aaron Renn, one of the researchers. Cities such as Dolton, Illinois (outside Chicago); and Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania (near Pittsburgh), have experienced significant economic transition in recent decades, often for the worse. Data […]

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    Home prices rising twice as fast in cities with highest natural hazard risk

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    Home owners in highest-risk cities have more equity, longer home-ownership tenures. Builder ATTOM Data Solutions, was out Thursday with its 2017 U.S. Natural Hazard Housing Risk Index, which showed that the value homes that faced the greatest risk from natural hazards rose twice as fast as those with minimal risk. The findings were not surprising […]

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    Foreclosures rise in Houston post Harvey

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    Builder Houston’s housing market has been busy in recovery mode following Hurricane Harvey. The devastating storm has left many citizens without housing and no options in Houston. The housing market is running out of options as well. Prior to Harvey, foreclosures in Houston were up by 67%. The Dallas News reports: Economists and real estate agents predict that […]

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    Mesa looks at area around Fiesta Mall as employment hub

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    By Wayne Schutsky | East Valley Tribune The city of Mesa will make a concerted effort to transform the area surrounding Fiesta Mall from an aging retail district to an employment hub. In a unanimous vote, the City Council officially adopted the Southwest Redevelopment Area Plan at its Sept. 11 meeting. The adoption will allow […]

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    County affirms: Casa Grande Domes must come down

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    By Heather Smathers | Casa Grande Dispatch A decaying Pinal County landmark must come down, the Board of Supervisors affirmed Wednesday. The Pinal supervisors voted to affirm a hearing officer’s findings from earlier this year that the dilapidated structures known as the Casa Grande Domes are a safety hazard and must be demolished. Dan Peer, […]

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    5 candidates vie to fill Mesa City Council spot after Winkle ousted

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    By Lily Altavena | The Republic Five finalists, narrowed from a pool of 33 applicants, are vying for a seat on the Mesa City Council after a council member was ousted for drinking and driving. The council unanimously voted to remove first-term Councilman Ryan Winkle in August after he pleaded guilty to a DUI in Tempe. Council members […]

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    A tale of two perspectives: the Scottsdale Desert EDGE

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    By Terrance Thornton | Scottsdale Independent A proposal to bring a desert-appreciation venue to the inside edge of the McDowell Sonoran Preserve appears to have created a rift in Scottsdale that has been felt in nearly every corner of the “The West’s Most Western Town.” The deep divide between preservationist, project proponents and local gadflys has […]

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      Government agency backs import protection for U.S. solar panel industry

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      The 4-0 vote by the International Trade Commission could boost Trump administration efforts to take a more aggressive stance on trade enforcement By Jacob M. Schlesinger, Andrew Tangel and Erin Ailworth | The Wall Street Journal President Donald Trump’s pledge to offer American companies more aggressive protection from foreign competition got fresh ammunition Friday, when […]

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      116 Arizona lobbyists could face attorney general investigation

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      By Alia Beard Rau | The Republic The Arizona Secretary of State’s Office has referred 116 lobbyists to the Attorney General’s Office after they failed to file paperwork detailing which public officials they were spending money on and why. According to state records acquired by The Arizona Republic Friday, the lobbyists did not file the […]

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      Russia tried to hack Arizona voter registration system, federal officials say

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      By Alia Beard Rau |The Republic The Russian government attempted to hack Arizona’s voter registration system during the 2016 election, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security told state officials on Friday. DHS officials said Arizona was among 21 states Russia attempted to hack, said Secretary of State’s Office spokesman Matt Roberts. Roberts said federal officials […]

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      Government agendas for week of Sept. 25-29, 2017

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      Cities and Towns 9-28 City of Phoenix Zoning Adjustment Hearing 9-26 City of Buckeye P&Z Commission 9-26 City of Apache Junction P&Z Commission – Agenda not available 9-25 City of Coolidge Execute Session Meeting 9-25 City of Coolidge Council Meeting 9-25 City of Eloy Council Meeting 9-26 City of Glendale Council Meeting 9-25 City of Goodyear […]

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      McCain to oppose Graham-Cassidy, likely sinking Obamacare repeal

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      ‘I cannot in good conscience vote for the Graham-Cassidy proposal,’ he states By Seung Min Kim | POLITICO Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said he will oppose the Graham-Cassidy health care overhaul, likely denying Republicans a final chance to repeal Obamacare before a Sept. 30. “I cannot in good conscience vote for the Graham-Cassidy proposal. I […]

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      Population growth means a city is thriving, or does it?

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      Public officials and reporters alike adopt the myth that bigger is better. That’s not always the case. By J.B. Wogan | Governing Every year, the U.S. Census Bureau releases its latest data on cities and population growth. The reaction is always the same: News outlets look at the numbers showing which places gained and which […]

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      [LETTER TO THE EDITOR] MEMO: From Don’t Waste Arizona and Picacho Peak RV Resort

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      Re: September 8, 2017 article in the Rose Law Group Reporter regarding the Red Rock rail facility (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only.) Dear Mr. Riske, In response to your article dated September 8, 2017 in the Rose Law Group Reporter regarding the Red Rock rail facility I would like to […]

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      Bookworm governor – a study in the words of leaders

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      By Rachel Leingang | Arizona Capitol Times Gov. Doug Ducey doesn’t read much fiction. But five books focused on management, team-building and conservative politics top his list of works that have influenced him as a CEO and governor. He requires his senior staff to read two of them: “Government That Works” and “The Conservative Heart.” […]

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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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        Indian Child Welfare Act harms Native American children through separate and unequal set of rules, new Goldwater Institute paper argues

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        Goldwater Institute Phoenix—A federal law intended to protect Native American children does more harm than good because its substandard rules deny them equal protection, a new Goldwater Institute paper explains. In the paper, Escaping the ICWA Penalty Box: In Defense of Equal Protection for Indian Children, Goldwater Institute Vice President for Litigation Timothy Sandefur delves into […]

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        Goldwater Institute asks U.S. Supreme Court to provide equal rights to Native American children

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        (Editor’s note: News releases are published unedited, unless they contain factual errors.) Phoenix—The Goldwater Institute has filed a petition asking the U.S. Supreme Court to take a case that would help decide whether Native American children are entitled to the same rights as all other American children, regardless of their race. In this case, two […]

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        What agents should know about the rise of ‘silver splitter’ divorces; Kaine Fisher, partner and director of Family Law at Rose Law Group, comments

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        Agents, are you prepared to handle this new demographic? By Amber Taufen | Inman Key Takeaways Divorce rates are rising nationally for older couples, which means agents should be prepared to handle this group as they sell the property they shared and buy new, separate property. Agents should be sensitive to the challenges faced by […]

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          Government agency backs import protection for U.S. solar panel industry

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          The 4-0 vote by the International Trade Commission could boost Trump administration efforts to take a more aggressive stance on trade enforcement By Jacob M. Schlesinger, Andrew Tangel and Erin Ailworth | The Wall Street Journal President Donald Trump’s pledge to offer American companies more aggressive protection from foreign competition got fresh ammunition Friday, when […]

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          [LETTER TO THE EDITOR] MEMO: From Don’t Waste Arizona and Picacho Peak RV Resort

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          Re: September 8, 2017 article in the Rose Law Group Reporter regarding the Red Rock rail facility (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only.) Dear Mr. Riske, In response to your article dated September 8, 2017 in the Rose Law Group Reporter regarding the Red Rock rail facility I would like to […]

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          Paradise Valley to gauge local appetite for SRP under-grounding

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          By Melissa Fittro | Paradise Valley Independent Town of Paradise Valley officials have been given the proverbial head nod to explore a proposed method to finish under-grounding utility lines that could cost affected residents thousands of dollars. The Town of Paradise Valley has been undergrounding overhead utility lines from Salt River Project and Arizona Public Service Electric […]

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          The big solar verdict: domestic industry vs. cheap foreign imports

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          Axios The solar industry is on edge ahead of tomorrow’s vote by the International Trade Commission. Photo: John Locher / AP The solar industry is on edge ahead of tomorrow’s vote by the International Trade Commission on whether it finds domestic solar manufacturers have been injured by cheap foreign imports. If it does — and […]

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          Phoenix is fastest-warming city in US, meteorologist says; drinking water in danger

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          KTAR For residents in Phoenix, it is no secret that the city sometimes feels like a giant oven. But Arizona’s largest city is also the fastest-warming in the country, according to one meteorologist. Phoenix is currently the “fastest warming big city in the US,” said meteorologist Eric Holthaus in an interview with Vice News. The […]

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          Cool it: From slushy ice to high utility bills, sports in desert can be costly

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          By Taylor Clark | Cronkite News Going to the rink in shorts and flip -flops is a perk that comes with playing hockey in Arizona. Behind the scenes, however, the heat is a strain on the state’s professional teams, especially from a financial standpoint. Even though only the Diamondbacks, Mercury and Rising play when temperatures […]

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          Grant funding reductions at EPA delaying air and water programs in Arizona

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          The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality expects reductions in grant funding from the federal Environmental Protection Agency, but a lack of specifics have impeded planning, Arizona Capitol Times reported. The Trump administration announced a reduction of $2.6 billion in the EPA’s proposed fiscal 2018 budget in March, a plan that is now making its way […]

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          Regulators approve big Arizona power line project

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          By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal The Arizona Corporation Commission has approved a new power line project in the East Valley proposed by Salt River Project. The ACC approved the SRP utility’s plans for power lines in Chandler’s Price Road Corridor. The regulatory board approved plans for underground power lines connecting to a new substation. […]

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            Tribal leaders urge colleagues to consider marijuana businesses to boost revenue

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            By Shayla Hyde | Cronkite News Tribal leaders from California and Washington discussed Thursday the potential opening of legal marijuana businesses on tribal lands. Several members of the National Indian Gaming Association attended the meeting and touted the financial and health rewards. David Vialpando, Santa Ysabel Gaming Commission chairman in Southern California, said the Iipay […]

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            Arizona high court won’t lift restrictions on medical pot for PTSD patients

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            By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services via Arizona Daily Star The Arizona Supreme Court will not remove some barriers that exist for individuals with post-traumatic stress disorder to get medical marijuana. Without comment, the justices on Tuesday rejected arguments by the Arizona Cannabis Nurses Association that former state Health Director Will Humble acted illegally in […]

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            Rose Law Group names Laura Bianchi director of its expanding Cannabis Department

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            Bianchi has been on the forefront of the legal cannabis movement since 2010 (SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.) – Scottsdale based Rose Law Group pc is proud to announce Partner Laura Bianchi has been named Director of its Cannabis Department. Bianchi will also continue to serve as Director of Rose Law Group’s Business/Corporate Transactions and Estate Planning Departments. As […]

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            Medical marijuana dispensaries to start paying personal property tax, assessor announces, Senior Partner Court Rich comments

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            By Ben Giles | Arizona Capitol Times Taxing personal property at medical marijuana dispensaries and growth operations may net Maricopa County schools more than $1 million, and likely more once the county assessor completes audits of taxes owed in previous years. Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen announced that the county’s 109 dispensaries, growth operations and […]

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            New Coolidge marijuana cultivation center seeks expansion

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            Casa Grande Dispatch COOLIDGE — A new marijuana growing facility will expand to include several more buildings on its site. During Wednesday’s Coolidge Planning and Zoning special meeting, the commission gave the green light to add 59,640 square feet of new buildings to the facility, currently under construction. According to Development Service Director Gilbert Lopez, […]

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            Women & cannabis: How the $280M emerging industry is providing women the opportunity to rake in the green; Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner featured 

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            By Sayo Akao | Phoenix Business Journal Green. It’s the color of money and of hundreds of plants in nature. One cash crop in particular – cannabis – is the focus of an emerging industry that has opened up the opportunities for women to lead. Lilach Power and her business partner, Gina Berman, did not plan to […]

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            Marijuana politics emerge as 2020 flashpoint

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            The debate over legalization is about to receive a full airing on the presidential campaign trail By Carla Marinucci | POLITICO Marijuana legalization just moved from the fringes of the last presidential campaign to center stage in 2020. Between a sweeping new package of legislation introduced last week by one of the top Democratic presidential […]

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            Lawmakers cannot outlaw medical marijuana on campus?

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            By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times State lawmakers have no legal right to make it a crime for medical marijuana users to possess the drug on college campuses, an attorney for a student who was arrested is arguing to the Arizona Supreme Court. In new legal filings, attorney Thomas Dean […]

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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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              How porn can get you fired, sued, exposed and blackmailed; insight provided by Jordan Rose, Rose Law Group founder and president, and Lauren Reynolds, Rose Law Group cybersecurity attorney

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              By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal Jordan Rose and Lauren Reynolds are seeing a number of new lawsuits being filed in Arizona involving copyright infringement related to purported downloads of movies, pornography and other material online. “Regular people, business leaders, moms are being sued for allegedly illegally downloading movies and pornography from file-sharing programs,” said Rose, managing […]

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              Arizona Businesses Under Cyberattack

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              By Lauren Reynolds, Rose Law Group attorney focusing her practice on cyber security and Dan Gauthier This year, small and medium sized businesses in every state have been exposed to increased security threats, according to a new study by security software company Malwarebytes. These businesses are particularly vulnerable to attack because many do not have a dedicated IT department or […]

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              Attorneys general ask Supreme Court to review Microsoft data case

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              Arizona Daily Independent Arizona and 32 other states have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether email service providers can shield evidence of a crime from U.S. law enforcement by storing data on servers located outside the United States. The 33 states − led by Vermont – filed a legal brief asking the U.S. […]

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              Tech companies are pushing back against biometric privacy laws; Lauren Reynolds, Rose Law Group litigation attorney who focuses on privacy and data breach issues, comments

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              They want your body By Kartikay Mehrota | Bloomberg Privacy advocates cheered when Illinois passed its Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) in 2008 regulating commercial use of finger, iris, and facial scans. With companies such as Facebook Inc. and Google Inc. developing facial tagging technology, it was clear that laws would be needed to ensure companies didn’t collect and use biometric data […]

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              Congress considers self-driving vehicle laws

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              By Lauren Reynolds, Rose Law Group attorney focusing her practice on cyber security and Dan Gauthier The potential consequences from lax cybersecurity have been well documented.  One hypothetical scenario garnering specific attention is a hacker being able to remotely control a “smart” vehicle.  In 2015, for example, a pair of “white hat” hackers – or ethical hackers – […]

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                The Dealmaker: 9/22/2017

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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   Market Report: More than half of U.S. homes have rebounded to pre-recession peak values; real estate consultant Jim Belfiore explains Phoenix market lag. While Denver, Dallas, and Nashville […]

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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: $22.4M Buyer: EW17-MOF-JF Seville, LLC Seller: SPI AZ, LLC Property Type: Commercial Property Size:  4.005 acres Location: 7001 North Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale APN: 174-23-005Y Financing: New loan, conventional To view the affidavit: 170695043, click here. Price: $11,252,415 Buyer: Kachina Industrial Park, LLC Seller: […]

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                The Dealmaker: 9/21/2017

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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   New to market: 6 projects you need to know. “There are a lot of cranes operating in Arizona as developers pursue new projects that are creating a more […]

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                The Dealmaker: 9/20/2017

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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       Michael Pollack will attempt world record for 3-D advertising museum. (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Michael Pollack in various capacities.) Real estate “re-developer” Michael Pollack started […]

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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: $10.3M Buyer: Sonoran Palms Apartments, LLC Seller: 29SC Sierra Madre, LLC c/o 29th Street Management, LLC Property Type: Apartments Property Size:  4.420 acres Location: 900 North Country Club Drive, Mesa APN: 135-16-043 – 044, 135-16-005F, 135-16-147B Financing: New loan, conventional […]

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                The Dealmaker: 9/19/2017

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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       How Equifax breach could hurt home sales; Lauren Reynolds, Rose Law Group litigator focusing on cybersecurity, says ‘breach could complicate everything.’ “For consumers trying to get […]

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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: $28.5M Buyer: Dana Park, LLC   Seller: GreenLeaf at Dana Park, LLC Property Type: Apartments Property Size:  10.985 acres Location: 1440 South Val Vista Drive, Mesa APN: 140-58-184C Financing: New loan, conventional To view the affidavit: 170683843, click here. Price: $16.1M Buyer: BBK/PHX […]

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                The Dealmaker: 9/18/2017

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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     GOING, GOING, GONE – Investors line up to buy bargain homes at Phoenix HOA foreclosure auction. “Since 2015, bidders have purchased more than 400 Phoenix-area homes at HOA […]

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