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After heat-related death, Attorney General Mark Brnovich says Arizona needs power shutoff law

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By Ryan Randazzo | Arizona Republic  Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich said he supports enacting alaw to prevent power cutoffs in hot weather, following the report of a woman who died in the heat after her power was cut off in Sun City West. Seventy-two-year-old Stephanie Pullman died in part from exposure to the heat […]

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[SUNDAY FEATURE] The hot new debate over the future of the smartphone

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Illustration: Rebecca Zisser/Axios By Steve LeVine | Axios Just 12 years after the first iPhone, almost every conceivable smartphone consumer on the planet currently owns one — some 4 billion people, according to the consensus. Which has begotten a surprising new trend: a still-small but growing chorus of forecasts (like this) of the smartphone’s demise. […]

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Beating my dad

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Photo: mixetto/iStock Reflections on Father’s Day By Bert Stratton | City Journal (Editor’s note: Stratton is uncle to Jordan Rose and Court Rich.) I should have listened more when my dad taught me tennis. Instead, I moped on the courts. My dad, Toby, was the only father out there. This was in the 1960s, in […]

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Rose Law Group a top three company to work for in Arizona by Arizona Republic

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Rose Law Group Reporter Rose Law Group (RLG) is pleased announce winning third place as a Top Company to Work for in 2019 by the Arizona Republic, out of U.S. companies with 25 to 99 employees. RLG is honored to be recognized for the sixth consecutive year. The selection process is a result of anonymous […]

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[SUNDAY FEATURE] America’s rural radio stations are vanishing – and taking the country’s soul with them

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Portrait of Mark Lucke inside the radio station in Willcox, Arizona. /Photograph: Cassidy Araiza/The Guardian At a time when local newspapers are disappearing, the loss of a radio station leaves a community with another cultural and informational gap By Debbie Weingarten in Willcox, Arizona When I arrive at the radio station, Mark Lucke is standing […]

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Arizona politicians react to President Trump’s tariff agreement with Mexico

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Mexico President Marcelo Erbrad leaves the U.S. State Department June 7 after an agreement with the U.S. on trade./Jacqueline Martin By KTAR.com Arizona politicians provided their two cents following President Donald Trump’s Friday announcement of a signed agreement between the United States and Mexico to avoid tariffs he had scheduled to impose on the country. […]

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Tribal leaders, lawmakers push bill to ban mining near Grand Canyon [VIDEO]

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Havasupai Councilwoman Carletta Tilousi, Flagstaff Mayor Coral Evans and the Grand Canyon Trust’s Amber Reimondo, from left, backed the mining ban, while Mohave County Supervisor Buster Johnson opposed it./Photo by Miranda Faulkner/Cronkite News By Miranda Faulkner | Cronkite News Tribal and environmental officials urged House lawmakers Wednesday to protect sacred land and natural resources by […]

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[SUNDAY FEATURE] Facial recognition technology is facing a huge backlash in the U.S. but some of the world’s biggest Tech companies are trying to sell it in the Gulf

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BuzzFeed News/ Getty Images Face recognition has been banned in San Francisco and linked by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to a rise in global fascism. But it’s being marketed in Dubai, which has spied on hundreds of dissidents, by American and Chinese tech giants By Megha Rajagopalan | BuzzFeed  DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — As a backlash […]

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    If Colorado’s mountains and rivers bore you, well, you’re a weirdo: Rose Law Group Reporter Notable Photo

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    A sign welcomes visitors to the UFO Watchtower, an elevated metal platform offering a view of the skies, and perhaps travelers from outer space. /Andy Cross /The Denver Post

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    What did you do yesterday? Jeremy Ramsdell, Ashton Woods

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    Jeremy Ramsdell By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Jeremy Ramsdell is vice president of acquisition of Ashton Woods Homes.  And not surprisingly, his busy and early workdays are spent working land deals and helping navigate the home builder’s growth and moves in Arizona. We caught up with Jeremy who gave us a rundown of […]

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    Mammoth growth plans in West Valley, its farthest reaches and ‘cities of the future’ moving from blueprints and closer to reality

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    Twitter By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Developers, builders and transportation planners have long plotted big growth plans in the far West Valley west of Buckeye and the outer reaches of the Phoenix suburbs. Interstate 11, cities of the future developments at Douglas Ranch and on land owned by Microsoft founder Bill Gates […]

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    Proposed $65M hemp extract facility to employ up to 175 in Phoenix

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    Hemp seeds were planted last week on this 10,000-acre farm near Yuma that will be used to create hemp-derived CBD products. / Provided by Integrated CBD / Phoenix Business Journal Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Integrated CBD LLC Hemp-derived CBD industry is expected to reach $16 billion nationwide by 2025 By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix […]

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    Industrial subdivision to open near Mesa’s Gateway Airport

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    City of Mesa Photo / KTAR KTAR A 20-acre industrial subdivision is set to open soon in southeast Mesa, the city announced Wednesday. The Landing at PMG will consist of six buildings for a total of 281,000 square feet in the city’s Phoenix-Mesa-Gateway Airport area near Ray and Sossaman Roads, according to a press release. So […]

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    GCU growing beyond capacity

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    AZBigMedia If you’ve driven out by Grand Canyon University in west Phoenix in the past six months you may have seen what appears to be a never-ending stretch of construction on the campus’ new dorms. Practically every free bit of space around the private Christian university’s campus has been purchased by the college to build […]

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    Construction begins on Mesa grocery store, retail center

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    An artist’s rendering shows the end cap restaurant space at the Point at Eastmark commercial project. / Provided by Evergreen Devco / Phoenix Business Journal By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal Construction has begun on the Point at Eastmark, a Safeway-anchoredshopping center that will be the first major commercial development in Mesa’s Eastmark neighborhood. The […]

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    Court says Tempe can boot ‘squatter’ from long-disputed land

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    By Richard Ruelas | Arizona Republic He has waged a 15-year battle to stay on land he claims has been in his family for more than a century, a fight he has waged without the paperwork to definitively prove that claim. But on Thursday, Steve Sussex lost yet another legal battle when an appellate court ruled the […]

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      Legislature 2019 Regular Session View All →

      New horse racing law could lead to lawsuit

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      Vince Francia, general manager of Turf Paradise, tells Capitol Media Services the law signed last week by Gov. Doug Ducey endangers its ability to continue to get signals from several tracks.  By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times The owners of the state’s largest race track are weighing whether to sue […]

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      Legislation to immunize well owners becomes law

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      Water well (Deposit photo) By Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services | Arizona Capitol Times A new law signed Thursday by Gov. Doug Ducey is designed to provide legal protections to those who drill wells into underground streams they are not legally entitled to tap. The measure repeals existing laws that make it a crime when […]

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      Ducey signs bill to pay off debt

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      The state borrowed $1B during the recession. By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation Thursday to pay off about $190 million in debt, a payment he had originally opposed. The funds are part of the more than $1 billion borrowed by the state during the recession, […]

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      ‘Almonds don’t lactate’ but what’s in cannabis?

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      Talking into a cellphone while driving is now banned, although police applying the new statewide law can issue only warnings until 2021./Mike Christy / Arizona Daily Star 2014 Arizonans to see nearly 300 new laws — here’s what to expect By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Daily Star Sure, there were big, […]

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      Clean Elections commissioner condemns shooting joke by state representative

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      By Jeremy Duda | Arizona Mirror The chairman of the Citizens Clean Elections Commission wants two legislators to apologize for comments they made during a Republican caucus meeting about virtually shooting the head of the commission. On Monday, Republican members of the Arizona House of Representatives were discussing a bill that would authorize funding for […]

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      Legislature ends 2019 session

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      By Jeremy Duda | Arizona Mirror Arizona House of Representatives//Photo by Jerod MacDonald-Evoy / Arizona Mirror With the protracted budget fight over, the legislature called it quits for the year shortly before 1 a.m. Tuesday morning, wrapping up its business after 134 days. The House of Representatives ended the night after a brief hiccup that […]

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      Lawmaker aims to give Trump free pass in 2020 Arizona primary

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      By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Daily Star Any Republican planning to run against President Trump next year might just as well skip Arizona. House Speaker Rusty Bowers tucked a provision into the state budget that allows any political party to opt out of the state’s presidential preference primary simply by sending […]

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      Senate near on budget deal with holdout lawmaker

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      Senate President Karen Fann, R-Prescott, said the fight has been over a question of balance. By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times The fate of an $11.8 billion budget could be decided today as lawmakers debate the question of the liability of churches, the Boy Scouts and other organizations over old […]

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        3 Arizona congressmen under ethics probes

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        Rep. Raúl Grijalva faces ethics probe over hostile workplace allegations Rep. David Schweikert allegedly presided over a slipshod office operation  Rep. Paul Gosar’s Christmas bonuses for staff questioned. The Arizona Republic The House Ethics Committee is examining allegations that Rep. Raúl Grijalva(D-Ariz.), the Natural Resources Committee chairman, created a hostile workplace, his spokesman confirmed on Friday. […]

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        Government agendas for week of June 17 – 21th, 2019

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        Cities and Towns: 6/18 Apache Junction City Council 6/17 Avondale City Council 6/17 Casa Grande City Council 6/17 Cave Creek City Council 6/19 Chandler P&Z 6/17 Florence Town Council 6/18 Fountain Hills Town Council 6/20 Gilbert Town Council  6/18 City of Maricopa Council 6/17 Mesa City Council 6/18 Paradise Valley P&Z 6/18 Peoria City Council […]

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        Pinal County manager finalists tout experience, accomplishments

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        By Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder Three top officials who’ve been in positions that allowed them to become well-acquainted with Pinal County over the last six years are in the running to be the next county manager. The Board of Supervisors interviewed candidates behind closed doors June 5 and agreed on a list of three […]

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        Flagstaff announces new city manager candidates, schedules meet-and-greet

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        Flagstaff City Hall.  / Arizona Daily Sun By Adrian Skabelund | Arizona Daily Sun Flagstaff City Council is hoping the third time is the charm as the city announced Wednesday four new finalists for the job of city manager. According to a press release, the city received 51 applications for the position but has now […]

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        Didn’t we just get a state budget?

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        Senate plans to start budget talks around Labor Day By Julia Shumway | Arizona Capitol Times Republicans in the state Senate — and possibly the House — plan to start drafting next year’s budget shortly after Labor Day and have a proposal ready by the end of the year, Senate President Karen Fann told the Arizona […]

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        Study concludes Arizona likely to suffer worst Census undercount, lose congressional seat if citizenship question added

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        By Laura Gómez | Arizona Mirror A new estimate shows Arizona’s total population could see an undercount of nearly 5% if a controversial citizenship question is added to the 2020 Census – and potentially miss out on adding a congressional seat and Electoral College vote. That’s according to a study from Harvard University’s Shorenstein Center […]

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        New Phoenix council members ‘unapologetic’ about who they are

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        Carlos Garcia takes the oath of office to become a city of Phoenix councilmember. His left hand rests on top of a copy of the Chicano history book “Occupied America” by Rodolfo Acuña. / Photo by James Ritter | City of Phoenix By Laura Gómez | Arizona Mirror When Betty Guardado and Carlos Garcia, Phoenix’s […]

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        Litchfield Park eyes $9.9M on capital projects over 5 years

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        Litchfield Park City Hall, 214 W. Wigwam Blvd. / Photo Jacob Stanek / Independent Newsmedia By Mark Carlisle | YourValley.net Litchfield Park plans to spend nearly $10 million on capital projects in the next five years and will spend $4.1 million in the next year, according to preliminary budget reports. Twenty-nine tabbed capital projects would […]

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          U.S. Supreme Court refuses to hear Indian Child Welfare case; curtailing Indian Child Welfare Act would be an intrusion on sovereignty, says Rose Law Group Family Law Attorney Audra Petrolle

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          By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times The U.S. Supreme Court has rebuffed a bid to void a federal law that challengers claim is racist because it places the desires and rights of Native American tribes over the constitutionally protected best interests of children. That, however, does not mean the justices […]

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          LGBT couples told ‘You’re ‘out of wedlock,’ kids aren’t citizens; such action obstructs our core values, says Audra Petrolle, Rose Law Group family law attorney

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          Photo Illustration by Lyne Lucien/The Daily Beast/Photos Getty Children of U.S. citizens are falling victim to a policy that de-recognizes their parents’ marriage—and strips them of their birthright citizenship By Scott Bixby | Daily Beast No parent can ever be fully prepared for the arrival of a new baby. But when Roee and Adiel Kiviti […]

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          Unmarried couples living together have no legal rights across the pond; common-law marriage slow in coming to Arizona, says Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group partner & director Family Law Department

          Posted by   5 months ago

          By Natalie Gil | refinery29.com Cohabitating unmarried couples are the fastest growing family type in the UK but a large proportion of people are unaware of their legal rights within these arrangements. Almost half (46%) of people mistakenly believe that cohabitating couples form a “common law marriage” and enjoy the same protection as married couples, […]

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          Investigation: Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen involved in questionable adoptions

          Posted by   6 months ago

          By Jessica Boehm | Arizona Republic Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen, an elected official in charge of property valuation, is facing national scrutiny for his involvement in questionable adoptions from the Republic of the Marshall Islands, according to an investigation by Honolulu Civil Beat. The non-profit media entity released a two-part investigation late last week […]

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          Fight over wedding invitations for same-sex couples heads to Arizona Supreme Court

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            Invitation designers are challenging the law because they do not want to design for same-sex couples By Jessica Boehm | Arizona The Arizona Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments in a case filed by wedding-invitation designers who are challenging a Phoenix law protecting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people from discrimination. The evangelical […]

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          Children’s best interest trumps parental rights, state Supreme Court says; analysis provided by Rose Law Group partner, director Family Law, Kaine Fisher

          Posted by   9 months ago

          By Mary Jo Pitzl | Arizona Republic A judge’s decision that it was in the best interest of two children for their mother to lose parental rights was correct, the state Supreme Court found, reversing an earlier decision that such a move was based on shaky facts. The unanimous ruling last week made clear that […]

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          Court rejects challenge to Native American law on adoptions

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          By Mary Jo Pitzl | The Republic The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has dismissed a case challenging a federal law that requires Native American children removed from their parents to be placed with a Native family. The court’s ruling comes in a case brought by the Goldwater Institute on behalf of several Arizona couples […]

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          Jilted husband wins multi-million lawsuit after suing wife’s boyfriend; some of Arizona law prohibits such suits, notes Rose Law Group attorney Audra Petrolle

          Posted by   11 months ago

          Man wins $8 million after suing over wife’s affair A Texas man’s affair with a North Carolina man’s wife will cost him nearly $9 million dollars after the husband sued, citing an obscure law. Durham County Superior Court judge Orlando Hudson awarded BMX stunt show owner, Kieth King, more than $2.2 million in compensatory damages, […]

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            Energy and Environment View All →

            After heat-related death, Attorney General Mark Brnovich says Arizona needs power shutoff law

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            By Ryan Randazzo | Arizona Republic  Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich said he supports enacting alaw to prevent power cutoffs in hot weather, following the report of a woman who died in the heat after her power was cut off in Sun City West. Seventy-two-year-old Stephanie Pullman died in part from exposure to the heat […]

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            [OPINION] Stephanie Pullman lost her life over $51. Now APS CEO Don Brandt should lose his job

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            This toothless tiger of a regulatory agency knew within days that Pullman had died for lack of a $51 payment to APS. By Laurie Roberts | Arizona Republic  Stephanie Pullman’s death is a disgrace. Shame on Arizona Public Service, the Arizona Corporation Commission and the Arizona Legislature. (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes […]

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            On 107-degree day, APS cut power to Stephanie Pullman’s home. She didn’t survive [UPDATE]

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            Last year, 182 people in Maricopa County died from heat-related causes./maliciousmonkey via Flickr By Elizabeth Whitman | Phoenix New Times If Arizona Public Service hadn’t cut off her electricity last September, Stephanie Pullman might still be alive today. On August 23, 2018, the utility mailed a warning letter to the 72-year-old’s home in Sun City […]

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            Arizona Corporation Commission order new trial over APS electricity rates

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            By Ryan Randazzo | Arizona Republic State utility regulators on Tuesday launched a new inquiry into the rates and profits at Arizona Public Service Co. after almost two years of customer complaints and a formal challenge to the company’s prices. The opening of a new rate case could take more than a year to resolve […]

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            $3B solar-powered data center will be built modularly

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            Construction Drive Construction Drive Dive Brief: Pegasus Group Holdings announced it is building $3 billion data centernear Kingman, Arizona, which according to local officials, will be the largest solar-powered data center in the world. The data center will consist of a network of modified cargo containers, each housing 500 to 1,000 servers. Solar panels, according to […]

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            [REGIONAL NEWS] Colorado mine’s ties to Interior secretary unsettle tourist town

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            The mine’s array of powerful allies is inspiring deep unease among leaders in Glenwood Springs By Ben Lefebvre | POLITICO The Mid-Continent quarry has sat for decades in the hills of western Colorado, where kayakers paddle the Roaring Fork River and tourists soak in the natural hot springs. But now a proposed expansion of the […]

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            Scottsdale gas facility may make money for the city

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            Marking the opening of the new plant are, from left, Scottsdale Water Director Brian Biesemeyer; Tempe Public Works Director–Water Utilities Holly Rosenthal; Ameresco Senior Project Developer Jim Bier; Scottsdale Councilwoman Solange Whitehead; Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego; Phoenix Councilman Michael Nowakowski; RNG Coalition CEO and Executive Director Johannes Escudero; and Phoenix Water Services Director Kathryn Sorensen […]

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              Arizona just made cannabis safer and savings for patients; ‘important step forward,’ says Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner and director of Cannabis Department

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              By David Downs | Leafy Arizona’s medical cannabis program is about to become cheaper and cleaner, courtesy of a new bill passed by the Legislature and signed by Gov. Doug Ducey late Friday. Under the new rules, medical cannabis cards will be valid for two years instead of one. That will save patients the $150 […]

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              Medical marijuana deliveries made legal in Glendale

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              Arizona Organix, 5301 W. Glendale Ave., is one of four state-licenses medical marijuana dispensaries in Glendale. / Photo Jacob Stanek / Independent Newsmedia By Mark Carlisle | YourValley.net Glendale medical marijuana card holders will soon be able to have marijuana delivered to their doorstep. City Council approved a law change allowing medical marijuana dispensaries in […]

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              Supreme Court upholds sanctions against political law firm

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              At the heart of the fight is the 2016 decision by the town to issue a special use permit to Copperstate Farms, a limited liability company, to grow marijuana. By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times A Phoenix law firm known for its political involvement and lawsuits will have to pay […]

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              Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner and director of Cannabis department, talks to Phoenix Business Journal about cannabis extract ruling

              Posted by   3 weeks ago

              Laura Bianchi By Greg Barr | Phoenix Business Journal Medical marijuana patients in the state now can legally possess hashish after the Arizona Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled the extracted resin and oils from marijuana are the same as other parts of the plant. The Court’s 7-0 ruling clarifies the definition of marijuana in the […]

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              Marijuana concentrates okay for patients, Arizona Supreme Court rules; Rose Law Group Partner and Cannabis Dept. Director, Laura Bianchi, calls it ‘incredible victory’

              Posted by   3 weeks ago

              Twitter By Ray Stern | Phoenix New Times The Arizona medical marijuana community and business industry can finally exhale: The state Supreme Court decided a crucial appeal on Tuesday by siding 7-0 with patients and state voters on marijuana resin extracts. Parties in the case of State of Arizona v. Rodney Christopher Jones received word just after […]

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              Medical marijuana rezoning case moves forward in East Valley

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              By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Plans to move a medical marijuana dispensary to a new location in the East Valley took a step forward this week. The Mesa Planning and Zoning Board voted 4-0 to approve rezoning of a commercial center on Baseline Road to allow for medical marijuana dispensaries to locate […]

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              Equestrian Federation reins in CBD use; Laura Bianchi and Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partners, comment

              Posted by   1 month ago

              US Equestrian Tasked with protecting the welfare of equine athletes and ensuring the balance of competition, the US Equestrian Federation (USEF) Equine Drugs and Medications Program consistently monitors new products and product claims. From time to time, new products appear on the equine supplement market claiming to enhance a horse’s performance. Over the last several […]

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              Thomas Galvin, Rose Law Group regulatory attorney, talks to 12 News about opening banking to cannabis businesses

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              12 News The marijuana industry has no place to put their money. Because the sale of pot goes against federal law even medical marijuana facilities can’t put their cash in a bank. Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is pushing for a law that would change all that.

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                Cyberlaw and Cybersecurity View All →

                [SUNDAY FEATURE] Facial recognition technology is facing a huge backlash in the U.S. but some of the world’s biggest Tech companies are trying to sell it in the Gulf

                Posted by   2 weeks ago

                BuzzFeed News/ Getty Images Face recognition has been banned in San Francisco and linked by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to a rise in global fascism. But it’s being marketed in Dubai, which has spied on hundreds of dissidents, by American and Chinese tech giants By Megha Rajagopalan | BuzzFeed  DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — As a backlash […]

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                Former Homeland Security chief Janet Napolitano sees many dangers, but not from migrants

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                Former DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano said that, in some ways, the nation is safer than it once was. By Ronald Hansen | Arizona Republic  Guns, cyberwarfare and climate change currently pose the biggest threats to the U.S., not undocumented immigrants, said Janet Napolitano, the former secretary of Homeland Security and former Arizona governor. “If you […]

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                The end of YouTube?

                Posted by   3 months ago

                By Evan Bolick | Rose Law Group litigator The European Union (EU) just passed a law holding Google, which owns YouTube, directly responsible for the upload of any material infringing copyrights to YouTube. The potential consequences are alarming and jeopardize the very existence of YouTube, or at least YouTube as we know it. Initially, this […]

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                UA professor cautions senators to go slow in bid to protect personal data

                Posted by   3 months ago

                  By Andrew Howard | Cronkite News A University of Arizona law professor cautioned members of a U.S.  Senate panel Tuesday against rushing into data privacy laws that could wind up hurting consumers. Jane Bambauer said she was “delighted” to see lawmakers considering federal laws on data privacy, but said they should not follow laws […]

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                Speaker aims to regulate commercial use of biometric data

                Posted by   5 months ago

                  By Jerod MacDonald-Evoy | Arizona Mirror A bill proposed by House Speaker Rusty Bowers would make it illegal for a company to use biometric data for commercial purposes. House Bill 2478 states that a person may not enroll an individual’s biometric information into a database for commercial use unless certain criteria are met. Anyone […]

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                Arizona bill addresses data privacy

                Posted by   5 months ago

                By Jerod MacDonald-Evoy | Arizona Mirror Websites like Facebook are facing almost weekly controversies over their use of user data, and now the Arizona Legislature is looking at a possible remedy. But it seems unlikely that the bill would affect any of the large online data-collectors. House Bill 2259 proposed by Rep. Bob Thorpe, R-Flagstaff, […]

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                Gatwick and Heathrow Airports buying anti-drone equipment; Troy Roberts, chairman of Cybersecurity, Privacy, and Emerging Technologies, says legal issues could be ahead

                Posted by   5 months ago

                BBC Anti-drone equipment was deployed by the RAF at Gatwick until this week Gatwick and Heathrow are to spend millions of pounds on anti-drone technology following the disruption at the Sussex airport before Christmas. The equipment, which can detect and jam communications between a drone and its operator, was deployed by the RAF on a […]

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                [REGIONAL NEWS] Utah could be the first state in the U.S. to pass a ‘digital privacy’ law

                Posted by   6 months ago

                  FOX 14/KSTU Utah may be the first state to create a digital privacy law, providing additional protections for emails, instant messages, and other online data. A state lawmaker, Rep. Craig Hall, R-West Valley City, introduced a bill that he hopes would ensure law enforcement and tech companies understand that people have the right to […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 6/14/2019

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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 What did you do yesterday? Jeremy Ramsdell, Ashton Woods. In RLGR’slatest look into the busy schedules of some of Arizona’s top leaders in real estate and government, entries for land […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 6/13/2019

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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 Justin Brandt, Rose Law Group litigator, cited in AZCentral report on state’s budding hemp and CDB industry. “In Arizona, a legal change recently allowed farmers to grow hemp, […]

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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: $24,278,967 Buyer: LTSE, Inc. Seller: B&K Land and Investment Company, LLP et all   Property Type: Vacant land Property Size: 116.58 Acres Location:  NWC E. Warner Rd. and S. Recker Rd., Gilbert APN: 304-19-010C […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 6/12/2019

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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 a top three company to work for in Arizona. Rose Law Group won third place as a Top Company to Work for in 2019 by the Arizona Republic, […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 6/11/2019

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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 Q&A: Tony Lanese of Shea Homes. (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Shea Homes at Azure in Paradise Valley.) Tony Lanese says he was “destined to work” in the […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 6/10/2019

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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 Second round of O-Zone guidance provides ‘much-needed answers,’ says Dan Gauthier, Rose Law Group transactional attorney handling many Opportunity Zone investments. Dan Gauthier tells RLGR: “With this second round of […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 6/7/2019

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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 Belfiore: Why South Phoenix is becoming a housing destination – for builders and buyers. Over the past two months home sales in the South Mountain area have more […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 6/6/2019

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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 Offerpad taps Bryan LaFranchi to lead home builder program. (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Offerpad.) Former Zillow senior sales manager Bryan LaFranchi will head Offerpad’s Homebuilder Alliance. The […]

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