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Arizona rated low for its children’s health care

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A new study says the City of Phoenix has the highest number of unvaccinated children in the nation, due to reasons of personal belief /Arizona Department of Health Services By Adam McCann | WalletHub Raising a child in America is extremely expensive, costing the average parent over $230k, and health care accounts for a big chunk […]

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Drink & be merry at AZ’s best Kentucky Derby party

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The Best Drinks at Arizona’s Best Kentucky Derby Party The only Kentucky Derby Party in Arizona with live racing and betting returns to Turf Paradise on May 4th, produced by the Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships. With air-cooled polo party-style tents, private betting terminals and incomparable up close racing action there is no better place to […]

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The American worth ethic

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Like so many of our lofty ideals, the “American Work Ethic” is actually two different standards — one for the wealthy and one for the poor — with two different interpretations of what work looks like. Getty / Collage by Katie Kosma By Bryce Covert | Longreads  “The American work ethic, the motivation that drives […]

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[SUNDAY FEATURE] A look behind the Hollister Ranch gates. Will the public ever access these exclusive beaches?

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Hollister Ranch is one of California’s most pristine stretches of coastline. /Al Seib / Los Angeles Times By Rosanna Xia | Los Angeles Times Tucked off a turn on Highway 101, down an unmarked fork in the road, the elusive gates of Hollister Ranch swung open to a 14,500-acre oasis — described by many as […]

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Jordan Rose moderates all-star panel for National Association of Women Business Owners talking about corporate board gender mandates

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From left Jordan Rose, Susan Schultz and Kina Harding / NAWBO Phoenix Facebook Jordan Rose, Rose Law Group, founder and president moderated a point/counter point presentation talking gender mandates for The Phoenix Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) on Wednesday with Kina Harding of The Harding Firm and the Arizona Black […]

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APS claims customer rates don’t fund its political spending; Rose Law Group Co-Founder, Senior Partner, and Director of Renewable Energy, Court Rich tells New Times, ‘We all know where that money comes from.’

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By Elizabeth Whitman | Phoenix New Times From 2013 to 2018, Arizona Public Service and parent company Pinnacle West poured at least $130 million into political spending, charitable contributions, marketing and advertising, lobbying, and sponsorships. None of that money came from customers, APS claimed, as it submitted spending records to the Arizona Corporation Commission on […]

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The Best Kentucky Derby Party in Arizona will be here before you know it

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Fast and Faster The All New Bulleit Bourbon Derby DayClub: Bubbles & Betting, produced by The Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships, is almost here! It’s Arizona’s only Kentucky Derby party with live racing, betting, DJs, and a polo party-style tent. It takes place on May 4th at Turf Paradise in Phoenix. The Speed The Kentucky Derby, […]

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Congress passes Colorado River drought plan with unanimous approval from Arizona lawmakers

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By Andrew Nicla | Arizona Republic  A bill that would authorize the federal government to enact a drought plan for Colorado River basin states in times of shortage has passed Congress and is on its way to the White House for the president’s signature. Rep. Raúl Grijalva, D-Ariz., and Sen. Martha McSally, R-Ariz., fast-tracked the […]

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    Solar homes sell for more

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    A new report published by Zillow found that homes with residential solar systems sell for 4.1% more than their non-solar counterparts. By Tim Sylvia | PV Magazine A common if disingenuous argument against the adoption of residential solar is that not only can systems be expensive, but that expense is a lost cause because solar […]

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    Homebuilding across states in two graphics

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    Fixr Looking at the construction industry can give us a good idea of the state of the economy overall. Following on from last year, the main drivers in the construction industry seem to be the shortage of labor and the fairly stagnant domestic housing market. We look at the number of building permits authorized by […]

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    Phoenix remains among cheapest for real estate construction despite cost increases

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    Expert sees slowdown on horizon in Valley real estate market By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal Phoenix remains one of the cheapest major cities for building real estate projects, despite one of the largest increases in construction costs during 2018. According to the quarterly construction cost report done by Rider Levett Bucknall, construction costs […]

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    Taylor Morrison teams up with National Wildlife Federation

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    Great White Egret / Pixabay NWF will foster wildlife habitat conservation to elevate Taylor Morrison’s land development and sustainability practices, impacting thousands of acres of parks and open space in communities across the country By Carey Stanton | National Wildlife Federation The National Wildlife Federation (NWF), America’s largest and most trusted conservation organization, and Taylor […]

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    Cullum Homes Begins Construction on New Luxury Golf Estates at Seven Desert Mountain

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    (Editor’s note: News releases are published as submitted unless there are errors of fact. The Village at Seven Desert Mountain by Cullum Homes range in size from approximately 3304 to 6500 square feet, with most lots located directly on Desert Mountain’s new No. 7 golf course Newly awarded National Custom Home Builder of Year, Cullum […]

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    New York lawmakers tee up tax bill that takes a swing at golf courses

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    Industry advocates have sounded the alarm about proposed legislation that could raise property taxes Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton, N.Y. The prospect of higher taxes comes as the golf industry has stabilized after the 2008 recession hit it hard. /Photo: Warren Little/Getty Images By Keiko Morris | The Wall Street Journal Golf-industry advocates have […]

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    Planned bike ranch near Saguaro National Park gets further backing

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    This 19.26-acre lot across the street from the entrance to Saguaro National Park East would be the site of the bike resort. / Photo Ron Medvescek / Arizona Daily Star By Joe Ferguson | Arizona Daily Star A plan to build a “bike ranch” on 20 acres directly across the street from Saguaro National Park […]

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    Print.Save.Repeat. breaks ground near Gateway Airport

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    AZBigMedia AZBigMedia Print.Save.Repeat. co-founders, CEO Errol Berry and Chairman Richard Grubenhoff, joined Mesa Mayor John Giles and Councilmember Kevin Thompson at a groundbreaking ceremony for two warehouse and manufacturing facilities in the new business park north of Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. The project is for two ground-up industrial buildings totaling over 65,000 square feet on 4.3 […]

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      Arizona’s messy tax system hampers small businesses battling online retailers for tax fairness

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      By Veronica Graff | Cronkite News Video by Alexis Puhlick/Cronkite News Arizona small business owners are fighting for sales tax equality with online retailers, similar to 39 other states trying to collect taxes on goods that consumers buy online. But experts said Arizona’s tax system complicates the situation. A bill in the Legislature would require […]

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      Proposed law would curb Corporation Commission’s subpoena power

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      By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times State lawmakers are moving to curb the ability of regulators to seek documents from some private companies because of a fight with one firm that doesn’t want to cough up the information. SB 1145, given preliminary House approval Monday, would allow anyone who gets […]

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      Timeshares bill gets preliminary Senate approval

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      By Howard Fischer State lawmakers are not going to help those who bought timeshares get out from under what is often a lifetime obligation. On a voice vote Monday the state Senate gave preliminary approval to some new requirements about what would-be purchasers have to be told. More to the point, it provides what amounts […]

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      Don’t wait for action at Arizona Capitol — impasse on state taxes won’t be resolved by April 15

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      4 days away By Mitchell Atencio and Ryan Randazzo | Arizona Republic  Just before April 15, Gov. Doug Ducey and members of the Legislature have a message for Arizonans who have delayed filing taxes while leaders at the Capitol try to resolve a conflict over tax rates: Don’t wait. Related:Ducey signs bill to increase cap […]

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      Ducey signs bill for state to recognize out-of-state license

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      Using the fender of a U-Haul truck as a prop to represent people moving to Arizona, Gov. Doug Ducey signs legislation Wednesday to permit people with professional licenses from other states to work here. \/Capitol Media Services photo by Howard Fischer By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times Gov. Doug Ducey […]

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      No Margaritaville in Arizona

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      Margarita will not be Arizona’s “official” drink. By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Daily Star The margarita may be the drink of the Southwest. But state senators rejected a bid to have it declared the “official” Arizona drink, in favor of something with a little less kick: lemonade. The vote Wednesday is […]

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      State should loan Pinal County farmers funds until feds pitch in

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      By Sine Kerr | Guest Opinion/Arizona Capitol Times (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.) Recognizing the immediate realities of a historic drought, the Legislature and governor acted responsibly this year to approve the Drought Contingency Plan. The DCP prepares Arizona for a drier future, but its implementation requires cooperation and sacrifice […]

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      Bill requires lawmakers to live in districts they serve

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      By Ben Giles | Arizona Capitol Times Rep. Bob Thorpe wants to ensure candidates for the Arizona Legislature are established residents of the districts they hope to serve. By some measure, that’s already a requirement. The state Constitution requires legislators to have been residents of the county they represent for at least one year prior […]

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        Ethics Committee still reviewing Schweikert allegations

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        Arizona Republican and former chief of staff allegedly misused office resources and broke campaign committee rules Investigators found “substantial reason” to believe Schweikert authorized expenditures his former chief of staff made outside of the scope of permissible official expenses./Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo By Lindsey McPherson The House Ethics Committee is continuing an investigation […]

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        Arizona city ranks 12th among “The Most Successful Small Cities in America”

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        Look familiar? Work + Money Steeped in history and culture, even with a population of just over 40,000, this metro in the central part of the state boasts a vibrant, tourist-friendly downtown. Its economy revolves around its large retirement community, with jobs concentrated in tourism and health care. While the average home price isn’t as […]

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        Don Shooter accuses former speaker of ‘cover-up’ in sexual harassment probe

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        Don Shooter awaits a vote by the House on whether to expel him on Feb. 1, 2018. He was later removed from by a vote of 56-3. /Photo by Katie Campbell/Arizona Capitol Times Ousted legislator wants Senate ethics to investigate his claim By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times Ousted state […]

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        Proposed law would curb Corporation Commission’s subpoena power

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        By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times State lawmakers are moving to curb the ability of regulators to seek documents from some private companies because of a fight with one firm that doesn’t want to cough up the information. SB 1145, given preliminary House approval Monday, would allow anyone who gets […]

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        Glendale hires Fitzer to lead its development: Surprise loses top planner after tenure of growth

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        Eric Fitzer / YourValley.net By Jason Stone | YourValley.net Surprise’s loss is turning into Glendale’s gain. Economic Development Director Eric Fitzer will be leaving Surprise this week to take over the as the new development services director for the City of Glendale on Monday, April 22. Mr. Fitzer is replacing Sam McAllen as Glendale enters a key […]

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        Former Mesa Mayor and WWII hero Wayne Pomeroy dies at 96

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        Wayne Pomeroy / East Valley Tribune By Joshua Bowling | Arizona Republic Former Mesa Mayor and WWII veteran Wayne Pomeroy died at 96 He received the Silver Star, Purple Heart and Air Medal for his actions in WWII His family has owned and operated the Pomeroy’s Men’s and Missionary Store downtown for 68 years Former […]

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        Lease or sale of certain Town of Guadalupe owned property

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        Facebook Town of Guadalupe The Town of Guadalupe hereby announces the release of a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the lease or sale of certain Town of Guadalupe owned properties as outlined in the RFP.   Interested and qualified firms are invited to respond to this exciting development opportunity.  Firms interested in receiving a copy of […]

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        Ethics complaint alleges Arizona Rep. Anthony Kern violated state Constitution

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        Representative Anthony Kern appears on a list of officers with a history of dishonesty or misconduct. /Gage Skidmore/Flick By Dustin Gardiner | Arizona Republic  An ethics complaint filed with the Arizona House of Representatives alleges state Rep. Anthony Kern violated the Arizona Constitution when he simultaneously worked as a lawmaker and a Tombstone marshal for […]

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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

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          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

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          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

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          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

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          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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          Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group partner and director of Family Law Department, talks to ‘AZ Big Media’ about selfies and divorce

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          AZ Big Media When we think of family law and divorce, we may think of everything from bitter bickering over who gets the house to battles over child support. However, something we might not consider, but we need to, is the role technology could play in your case. “That’s the first thing I think of, that […]

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          How old is old enough to get married?

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          States are raising the age of consent to protect children from forced marriage. No state has gone as far as Delaware. By Alan Greenblatt | Governing Child marriages are more common than you think. Roughly 200,000 minors have gotten married since the start of the century. Nearly 90 percent of those child marriages involve a […]

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            [OPINION] APS secretly paid to defeat the campaigns I ran. Here’s how it can make things right.

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            What should theArizona Corporation Commission do now? By Nathan Sproul | opinion contributor/Arizona Republic (Editor’s note:Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.) APS’s involvement in the 2014 election raised plenty of legal and ethical questions. But there are ways to restore shattered trust. Arizonans now know what has been suspected for years – that […]

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            [REGIONAL NEWS] California governor seeks to protect utilities from the cost of wildfires

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            Gov. Gavin Newsom announced April 12, 2019 a panel’s findings that California should change its laws on wildfire liabilities, giving PG&E and other utilities more protection against billion-dollar claims. / Alyssa Hodenfield/CAL OES By Peter Eavis | The New York Times With another wildfire season looming, Gov. Gavin Newsom of California on Friday urged the […]

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            Billion-dollar bets on electric vehicles await payoff; regulators should not hamper growth of electric vehicles, says Court Rich, Rose Law Group Senior Partner

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            By Joann Muller | Axios If carmakers have any hope of making money on electric vehicles, they’ll need to re-think how they design and sell them, a new McKinsey study suggests. Why it matters: Automakers will pour $255 billion into EVs by 2023 but are resigned to losing money on them for the foreseeable future […]

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            APS claims customer rates don’t fund its political spending; Rose Law Group Co-Founder, Senior Partner, and Director of Renewable Energy, Court Rich tells New Times, ‘We all know where that money comes from.’

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            By Elizabeth Whitman | Phoenix New Times From 2013 to 2018, Arizona Public Service and parent company Pinnacle West poured at least $130 million into political spending, charitable contributions, marketing and advertising, lobbying, and sponsorships. None of that money came from customers, APS claimed, as it submitted spending records to the Arizona Corporation Commission on […]

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            The Dark Money Wagon Train: Rose Law Group Notable Cartoon

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            A Virtual Solar Power Plant for L.A.? ‘It Will Happen’

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            Pixabay By Jim Kowen | The New York Times How Californians get power has been in the news a lot lately, between Pacific Gas & Electric’s woes and Mayor Eric Garcetti’s recent announcement that the Los Angeles Department of Water and Powerwould phase out three natural gas power plants on its way toward 100 percent renewable energy sources. […]

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            Tribes putting energy into economic development

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            AZBigMedia AZBigMedia Many tribes are looking for ways to diversify industry in their Nations or Communities. Knowing that the cost of utilities can be a deciding factor in business attraction efforts, some tribes have taken the innovative step of forming their own electrical, water, and/or telecom/broadband utilities. Building utility infrastructure takes substantial capital investment and […]

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            APS docs reveal it funded 2014 ‘dark money’ effort supporting commissioner’s son

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            Justin Pierce at a 2014 forum for statewide candidates. Photo by Gage Skidmore | Flickr/CC BY-SA 2.0 By Jeremy Duda | Arizona Mirror A cache of documents released by Arizona Public Service on Friday confirm what many political observers have long suspected: The utility giant provided funding to a dark money organization that spent heavily […]

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              High and dry: Real estate issues present major hurdle for Valley cannabis companies

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              Arizona’s medical marijuana law allows cities to set dispensary and cultivation facility location restrictions By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal Nearly 10 years after Arizona voters legalized marijuana for medical use, dispensary owners and attorneys who work with the industry cite an unlikely hindrance in opening up shop: real estate. “Real estate is hands […]

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              ACLU says Bill Montgomery’s office is still prosecuting medical marijuana patients

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              Medical cannabis extract By Elizabeth Whtiman | Phoenix New Times County Attorney’s Office, led by ardent weed opponent Bill Montgomery, is still prosecuting medical marijuana patients for extracts whose legality is under review by the Arizona Supreme Court, according to the Arizona chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union. Related:Overheard: Maricopa County Prosecutor Jon Eliason […]

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              New marijuana dispensary in Peoria marks sign of the times

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              By Philip Haldiman | YourValley.net A new medical marijuana dispensary — Peoria’s fifth — will be built near the northeast corner of 88th Avenue and Thunderbird Road. The city recently approved the proposal with no opposition, a reflection of the shifted perspective on medical marijuana being sold in local communities. Today 33 states have legalized […]

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              Bianchi: Medical marijuana is a regulated program benefiting patients

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              Laura Bianchi (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only) By Laura Bianchi | YourValley.net Peoria recently approved its fifth medical marijuana dispensary within city boundaries, a sign of the evolving perceptions surrounding the beneficial drug. When voters approved the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act in 2010, there was already support for the program, […]

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              Meet the ASU grad atop the cannabis industry world — he just signed an $850M deal

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              Steve White By Ryan Randazzo | Arizona Republic  Steve White remembers telling his parents several years ago his plan to leave a successful business law career to launch a medical marijuana company, which was —and remains — illegal under federal law. The 1995 Arizona State University graduate who swam and played basketball at Corona Del […]

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              Harvest of AZ takes a different approach to medical marijuana

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              Steve White By Georgann Yara | Special for the Arizona Business Gazette The absence of the usual signals — a lighted green cross or a bright green leaf with the distinctive spikey leaves — is not a coincidence. It’s truly by design. It was a deliberate decision Harvest of AZ CEO Steve White and his […]

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              Suddenly, CBD is everywhere. Here’s what’s next; Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose comments

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              Twitter By Parija Kavilanz | CNN The CBD gold rush has begun.CBD, the chemical found in hemp and marijuana plants, is showing up in shampoos, lattes, body oils, gummy bears and dog treats. It’s being sold in coffee shops and farmer’s markets, mom-and-pops and high-end department stores and most recently, drugstore chain CVS. “Literally overnight, […]

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              Arizona Supreme Court justices appear to favor medical marijuana extracts; bolsters patients’ rights, says Laura Bianchi, partner and director of Rose Law Group Cannabis Department

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              In a packed auditorium at ASU’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, each side presented divergent interpretations of what voters intended as the definition of marijuana when they enacted the medical-marijuana law via ballot initiative nine years ago. /Arizona Supreme Court photo By Elizabeth Whitman | Phoenix New Times Several Arizona Supreme Court justices appeared to […]

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                The end of YouTube?

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                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

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                  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

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                  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

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                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

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                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   4 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 significance of investing in Opportunity Zones; comment from Dan Gauthier,  Rose Law Group transactional attorney

                Posted by   4 months ago

                  By Elie Rieder | Forbes The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act created quite a stir when it was first drafted and eventually passed, with all sides of the political spectrum arguing for and against the proposed changes. It is unfortunate, but commonplace now, that within Congress there are tremendous divides on just about every […]

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                The case for taking AI seriously as a threat to humanity; Troy Roberts Chairman of Cybersecurity, Privacy, and Emerging Technologies comments

                Posted by   4 months ago

                By Kelsey Piper | Vox ephen Hawking has said, “The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race.” Elon Musk claims that AI is humanity’s “biggest existential threat.” That might have people asking: Wait, what? But these grand worries are rooted in research. Along with Hawking and Musk, prominent figures at […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 4/17/2019

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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 Nikola World kickoff. Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Renewable Energy Department, Court Rich, attended a private reception highlighting the innovative technologies of Nikola Motor Company! Featuring the […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 4/16/2019

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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 Developer of luxury ‘live/work’ community in north Scottsdale to add more homes. Irene Catsibris Clary, founder and president of Catclar Investments, is gearing up for Phase II of SOHO […]

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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: $5,640,000 Buyer: Courtland Communities, LLC     Seller: Courtland Homes, Inc Property Type: Vacant land   Property Size: 82.449 Acres Location: W. Willams and N 178th Ave., Surprise APN: 503-73-033W, 503-73-038A, 503-73-038D Financing: New loan, conventional […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 4/15/2019

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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 Casa Grande comes in ‘10 of 10’ for opportunity zone investment. The opportunity zone tax incentive program is taking off, and Pinal County, specifically Casa Grande, is reaping […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 4/12/2019

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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 Huge Goodyear development includes city hall, library, park, office space.AZRE delivers a development teaser on Civic Square at Estrella Falls, featuring a drone’s-eye shot of the site, along with remarks from Mayor Georgia Lord, Economic Development Director Lori Gary and Mike Olsen, […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 4/11/2019

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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 Richmond American to open Surprise community. It’s the grand opening of Marley Park, a collection of new one-story homes featuring floor plan options for 3- and 4-car garages and […]

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                  Cameron’s $5M + deals of the day

                  Posted by   7 days ago

                  Cameron Carter, Director of Rose Law Group’s Transactional Real Estate Department, thinks you need to know about these transactions in Maricopa County. Price: $8,850,000 Buyer: Solar Junction Corporation   Seller: SJC Tempe, LLC Property Type: Commercial Property Size:  91,999 SQFT Location: 2507 W. Geneva Drive, Tempe APN: 123-28-114A, 123-28-119A Financing: Cash   To view the affidavit: 190250597, […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 4/10/2019

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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 From the suburbs to the exurbs: Public records show cyclical nature of growth. “To better understand this growth,”YourValley takes a deep dive into building permit activity for “municipalities throughout Maricopa and Pinal […]

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