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University of Utah researchers identify 4 gene variants linked to heightened suicide risk

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By Ben Lockhart | Deseeret News University of Utah Health researchers have identified some genetic factors that may increase a person’s risk of dying by suicide, according to the results of a newly published study. Variants in four genes — known as APH1B, AGBL2, SP110 and SUCLA2 — were identified as being noticeably associated with […]

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Pinal County economically charged heading into 2019

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  By Callan Smith | Rose Law Group Reporter The economic outlook for 2019 is good according to Elliott Pollack, who spoke to a large crowd at Rawhide for the twelfth year in a row at a Pinal Partnership event. Which is especially true for Pinal County, which has seen not one, but two significant […]

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Airobotics receives FAA BVLOS waiver for U.S. operations

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(Editor’s note: News releases are published unedited, unless they contain factual errors.) Leading Automated Drone Startup receives Certificate of Waiver from the Federal Aviation Administration, allowing the company to initiate Beyond Visual Line of Sight operations in the US Scottsdale, Arizona (December 6th, 2018) – Leading automated drone startup Airobotics announced today that it is the first company […]

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Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group partner and director of Family Law Department, talks to KPNX 12 News about DUI eWarrant system statewide rollout

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12 News KNPX If you get pulled over for suspicion of DUI you get the choice of doing a breathalyzer or a blood draw. Many people choose the blood draw hoping to delay the test to lower the amount of alcohol in their system. But do police officers have a faster way? We verify!

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Jennifer Hall, Rose Law Group senior project manager, named 2019 Chair of Paradise Valley Village Planning Committee

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Congratulations to Jennifer Hall, Rose Law Group senior project manager, on being named 2019 Chair of Paradise Valley Village Planning Committee.

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[SUNDAY FEATURE] Dire warnings for Arizona, the Southwest included in new federal climate report

Posted by   1 week ago

By Tony Davis | Arizona Daily Star ore heat and drought. Less water. More heat-related deaths and hospital visits. Bigger wildfires. Fewer native trees. Maybe more valley fever cases. Someday, possibly less food and less energy, not counting solar energy.  These and other impacts of warmer weather in Arizona and the Southwest are laid out in […]

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George Bush, 41st president, dies at 94

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  By Adam Nagourney | The New York Times Nov. 30, 2018 eorge Bush, the 41st president of the United States and the father of the 43rd, who steered the nation through a tumultuous period in world affairs but was denied a second term after support for his presidency collapsed under the weight of an economic […]

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Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Medical Cannabis, celebrity dancer, National Kidney Foundation of Arizona Dancing with the Stars 2019 [VIDEO]

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Laura Bianchi came together with dancers and mixed martial arts athletes to bring awareness to a cause that affects so many–kidney health and the National Kidney Foundation Dancing with the Stars Arizona 2019. Thank you to those involved including Kristijan & Anja Burazer, Radomir Pashev and Gergana Slavova-Daniels from NRG Ballroom; her coach Roman Salazar, John Long and Anthony Rozema from her Fight Ready MMA […]

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    The housing boom is already gigantic. How long can it last?

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      By Robert J. Shiller | The New York Times We are, once again, experiencing one of the greatest housing booms in United States history. How long this will last and where it is heading next are impossible to know now. But it is time to take notice: My data shows that this is the […]

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    Cottonwood waives water capacity fees on Mesquite Hills project

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      Developer installed substantially more water capacity than the subdivision will likely use  By Kelcie Grega | CV Bugle Cottonwood City Council waived water capacity fees for the Mesquite Hills Subdivision during Tuesday’s regular council meeting. The subdivision, which was initially proposed to be built in three phases, is still in Phase 1. Phase 1 […]

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    Gavin Newsom promised to fix California’s housing crisis. Here’s a bill that would do it.

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      A bold vision for denser construction, this time with more tenant protections By Matthew Yglesias | Vox California’s newly elected governor Gavin Newsom kicked off his campaign in 2017 with a bold promise to tackle the state’s housing supply crisis by creating 3.5 million new housing units by 2025. That would mean nearly quadrupling […]

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    Maricopa home sales

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    Real estate agents get briefed on election fallout

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      By Jim Headley | inMaricopa Dale Wiebusch brought Maricopa leaders up to speed on what the 2018 election results might mean to their city. Thursday morning Wiebusch, the City’s Intergovernmental Affairs director, hosted the Quarterly Real Estate Roundup focused on the “Legislative Effects of the 2018 Election.” Wiebusch’s main role is to serve the […]

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    Richmond American design center wins Silver in The Nationals

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      Located in Denver, Colorado, HG2 was built to showcase the focused assortment of fixtures and finishes available in Richmond American’s new Seasons™ Collection. Builder Richmond American Homes of Colorado, Inc., a subsidiary of M.D.C. Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: MDC), has picked up a 2019 Silver Award for Best Design Center in The Nationals, the National Association of Home […]

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    Fulton Homes investing $200M for 2,700 metro Phoenix lots

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      Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Fulton Homes By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal Fulton Homes Corp. is developing two huge master-planned communities on opposite ends of the Valley, investing about $200 million to add 2,700 homes to metro Phoenix. Last month, the Tempe-based homebuilder paid $32.2 million in cash for 500 acres of vacant land at […]

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    HonorHealth breaks ground on 6th hospital

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      AZBigMedia HonorHealth broke ground on its sixth hospital today at Interstate 17 and Dove Valley Road in north Phoenix. The three-story, 210,000-square-foot HonorHealth Sonoran Medical Center will be built on the campus that currently houses the Sonoran Health and Emergency Center. The site will include an inpatient hospital, ambulatory surgery center and outpatient center to meet the growing […]

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      2018 Elections View All →

      AG suggests measured words when making allegations of fraud in election

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        By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times Attorney General Mark Brnovich warned Monday that people “need to be really careful when making serious allegations” about election fraud or other issues or risk undermining democracy. Brnovich’s comments came on the heels of the state formally certifying the results of last month’s election. […]

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      Hobbs rebukes Howard Dean over unfounded election ‘cheating’ allegation

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        By Jeremy Duda | Arizona Mirror Incoming Secretary of State Katie Hobbs took former Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean to task on Twitter after he made a baseless suggestion that GOP “cheating” kept Maricopa County a Republican stronghold until a Democrat became county recorder in 2016. Related:Political storms ahead for Dem elections head […]

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      Maricopa County saved nearly 7,000 ballots through curing policy

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      By Jeremy Duda | Arizona Mirror Nearly 7,000 voters would have had their early ballots rejected over problems with their signatures if Maricopa County hadn’t initiated a new policy of attempting to “cure” those ballots after Election Day. According to data provided to the Arizona Mirror by the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office, 7,240 early ballots […]

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      Navajo Nation drops voter discrimination lawsuit

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      By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times The Navajo Nation has dropped a legal claim that could have delayed formal certification of the general election results. But the tribe still contends that early voting procedures used in three Arizona counties violate the rights of tribal residents. And attorney Patty Ferguson-Bohnee said […]

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      Midterms turnout prompts proposals for election law changes

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      By Ben Giles | Arizona Capitol Times Arizona’s prolonged vote count has borne a batch of proposed law changes designed to speed up the process and instill more confidence in the system. It took a week in Arizona for a victor to be declared in the U.S. Senate race, which garnered national attention both for […]

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      Navajo Nation suit could delay final vote count

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      By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times The Navajo Nation is claiming that the state and several counties illegally discriminated against tribal members and kept them from having their votes counted. Legal papers filed Tuesday in federal court cite a litany of problems that lawyers for the tribe say make it […]

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      Company agrees to never run faux political campaign again

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        By Ben Giles | Arizona Capitol Times Homie won’t be running for the U.S. Senate anymore. The Utah-based real estate company, which made headlines with a guerilla marketing campaign that took advantage of an election season loophole to post “Vote For Homie” signs on street corners throughout metro Phoenix, has agreed to never duplicate […]

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      High voter turnout makes direct democracy more difficult

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      By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times That record number of Arizonans who turned out to vote this year has a dark side for direct democracy: It’s going to be harder for voters to propose their own laws or get rid of ones they don’t like. And that poses a threat […]

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        Gavin Newsom promised to fix California’s housing crisis. Here’s a bill that would do it.

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          A bold vision for denser construction, this time with more tenant protections By Matthew Yglesias | Vox California’s newly elected governor Gavin Newsom kicked off his campaign in 2017 with a bold promise to tackle the state’s housing supply crisis by creating 3.5 million new housing units by 2025. That would mean nearly quadrupling […]

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        Ducey: Trump tweet on border surge raises questions

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          By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times Gov. Doug Ducey said Friday he has no knowledge of Arizona “bracing for a massive surge” of migrants through a “non-walled” part of the border despite a warning by President Trump. “We’re in constant communication with Homeland Security,” the governor said after being […]

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        On SNL, Robert De Niro’s “boogeyman” Mueller is scaring Eric Trump.

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        It’s not clear why he came to visit Eric, or if De Niro had seen his lines in advance.

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        Government agendas for week of Dec. 10 – 14, 2018

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        Cities and Towns  12-13 Phoenix ZA hearing 12-12 Phoenix Council Meeting 12-10 Chandler council meeting 12-10 Chandler study session 12-13 Cave Creek Planning commission 12-10 Coolidge council meeting 12-10 Eloy Council meeting 2-11 Glendale regular council meeting 12-11 Glendale special council meeting 12-11 Marana special council meeting 12-10 Mesa council meeting – Agenda not available […]

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        Pinal, Pima counties share common goal, manager says

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        By Heather Smathers | Casa Grande Dispatch  We in Pinal County have much to gain from our neighbor to the south. No, not Sonora, although that trade partnership is critical. Pinal and Pima counties share common interests and goals, particularly when it comes to economic development, according to Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckleberry. Huckleberry, speaking […]

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        Twice rejected, proposal for Arizona lieutenant governor again discussed

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        Arizona is one of only seven states in the country that doesn’t elect a lieutenant governor By Ben Giles | Arizona Capitol Times The election of a Democrat as Arizona’s next secretary of state has renewed some Republicans’ interest in the line of succession. That’s because if anything were to happen to Republican Gov. Doug […]

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        [COLUMN] Rep. David Stringer banned from Prescott-area schools but still welcome at state Capitol

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          By Laurie Roberts | Arizona Republic Opinion: Arizona’s resident white nationalist has been banned from Humboldt schools. But he’s still welcome at the state Capitol./ (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.) State Rep. David Stringer may be welcome in the Legislature but he’s persona non grata in some northern Arizona schools. Humboldt […]

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        Recall of controversial Phoenix councilman may be on August ballot

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        LGBT leaders demand Councilman Michael Nowakowski resign By Jessica Boehm | Arizona Republic A group of fed-up residents is one step closer to removing Phoenix Councilman Michael Nowakowski from office. On Wednesday, the Urban Phoenix Project PAC, “devoted to electing urbanists to the Phoenix City Council,” submitted 2,361 signatures supporting a recall of the councilman. […]

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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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          Court rules unmarried heterosexual couple not entitled to state benefits

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          By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times Heterosexual couples that always have had the right to marry in Arizona are not entitled to the same benefits that the state provided to gay couples who were not at the time entitled to wed, the state Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday. The judges […]

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            Arizona rejects Prop. 127, but Phoenix pursues solar energy options

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              By Jose Ivan Cazares |Downtown Devil Arizona voters rejected Proposition 127 in November, striking down a law that would have required electric companies to generate 50 percent of their electricity using renewable sources by 2020 instead of the 12 percent currently mandated. But energy providers are investing in the technology to increase renewable energy […]

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            Landowner inside Bears Ears monument wants out of newly incorporated Bluff, raising questions about what is planned for the property

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                By Brian Maffly | Salt Lake City Tribune Three months into its life as a newly incorporated municipality, Bluff has already found itself in lawyers’ crosshairs with a property owner promising legal armageddon if the Town Council declines to “disconnect” its land from the town boundaries. The land in question is a 391-acre […]

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            BLM approves Kirkland mine plan

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              Wickenburg Sun The Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Hassayampa Field Office has approved an updated Mining and Reclamation Plan of Operations and Final Environmental Assessment (EA) for a pozzolan mine on approximately 88 acres of public lands near Skull Valley, proposed by the Kirkland Mining Company LLC (KMC). The updated plan supports the responsible […]

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            Lost lands? The American wilderness at risk in the Trump era

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              A new study reveals the vast extent of public lands being opened up to the energy industry. The Guardian heard from three communities on the frontlines By Charlotte Simmonds, Gloria Dickie and Jen Byers | The Guardian In the great expanses of the Grand Staircase-Escalante national monument, the silence hits you first. Minutes pass, […]

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            SRP will unveil 100-megawatt solar project

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              AZBigMedia Salt River Project announced today a collaboration to invest in clean, green energy with zero emissions and provide 100 megawatts of solar generation to the growing Intel Chandler facility. As part of a commitment to invest in more renewable energy and reduce carbon emissions, SRP and Intel reached a 15-year agreement to provide […]

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            [SUNDAY FEATURE] Dire warnings for Arizona, the Southwest included in new federal climate report

            Posted by   1 week ago

            By Tony Davis | Arizona Daily Star ore heat and drought. Less water. More heat-related deaths and hospital visits. Bigger wildfires. Fewer native trees. Maybe more valley fever cases. Someday, possibly less food and less energy, not counting solar energy.  These and other impacts of warmer weather in Arizona and the Southwest are laid out in […]

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            [OPINION] APS may have won this fight, but the clean energy war isn’t over

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            By Tom Steyer | Guest columnist/Arizona Republic (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.) When NextGen America decided to get involved in Arizona’s energy politics, a lot of people asked me why. Surely, there are easier places to win. Arizona has been a Republican stronghold as long as anyone can remember. And […]

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            Dry and getting drier: Water scarcity in Southwest is the new norm, study says

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              By Luke Runyon | KUNC he effects of climate change are not far off challenges for future generations. They are existential problems for everyone alive today. That’s one big takeaway from the U.S. federal government’s latest roundup of climate science, the National Climate Assessment, now in its fourth iteration. Released the day after Thanksgiving, the […]

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              Medical Marijuana View All →

              Pima County to allow medical marijuana cultivation in additional zones

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                KOLD News 13 The Pima County Board of Supervisors approved a zoning amendment on Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018 to allow designated medical marijuana caregivers to cultivate medical marijuana in certain zones. The change allows designated caregivers to cultivate medical marijuana in GR -1 (Rural Residential) and RH (Rural Homestead) zones without a Conditional Use […]

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              How the largest marijuana retail space in the U.S. plans to revamp a district; “history in the making,” says Rose Law Group partner, Medical Cannabis department director, Laura Bianchi

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                By Amy Dobson | Forbes For a while it looked like the best thing to bring to a neighborhood was a new Whole Foods grocery store. One study showed that homes in these neighborhoods would appreciate at a much faster rate than if they were near a Trader Joe’s (and both were better than a Starbucks). Another […]

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              With Jeff Sessions out at the Justice Dept., the marijuana movement exhales

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              By Kurtis Lee | Los Angeles Times He described marijuana as a “very real danger” and has said its effects are “only slightly less awful” than those of heroin. Once, during a drug hearing when he was a Senator, he said he wanted to send a clear message: “Good people don’t smoke marijuana.” So when […]

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              Lawyer up: dreaming of the Apple Store of cannabis? Don’t hold your breath

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              The cannabis industry wants to see bold and beautiful dispensaries, but the various state rules and regulations around the plant often turn sleek visions into clunky realities. Disclaimer: This column is written for educational purposes only. It does not provide specific legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship. This column should not be […]

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              Huge medical marijuana growing center being built on Tucson’s southeast side; Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner, director Medical Cannabis Department, comments

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                By Carol Ann Alaimo | Arizona Daily Star A Tucson native is hoping to turn his hometown into a hot spot for cannabis cultivation by building a massive medical marijuana-growing complex on the city’s southeast side. Construction is underway on the first phase of Tucson Cannabis Campus, a project envisioned as an eventual 440,000-square-foot […]

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              Colorado homeowners lose case against next door cannabis biz; ‘ruling a step forward’ says Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Medical Cannabis Department

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                The marijuana business had been sued for damages under anti-racketeering laws. The case was seen as a major threat to the state’s cannabis industry By John Ingold | The Colorado Sun A southern Colorado marijuana grow facility did not hurt the property values of a neighboring couple, a jury in Denver decided Wednesday, ending […]

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              Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner, director Medical Cannabis Department talks to Leafly about Phoenix scrapping proposed cannabis tax

              Posted by   2 months ago

              By Ben Adlin | Leafly Phoenix patients can breathe a sigh of relief this week after a unanimous vote by the Phoenix City Council to scrap a proposal that would’ve imposed heavy taxes on medical cannabis. The plan, floated last week by Phoenix Mayor Thelda Williams, offered several possible tax options. Each was so steep […]

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              Phoenix City Council kills medical marijuana tax; a ‘victory against bad policy,’ says Rose Law Group land-use & regulatory attorney Thomas F. Galvin

              Posted by   2 months ago

                Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents multiple medical-marijuana dispensaries in Phoenix and was hired to help kill the potential tax By Jessica Boehm | Arizona Republic The Phoenix City Council voted unanimously to kill a tax proposal that could have cost medical marijuana dispensaries millions of dollars each year. After backlash from the medical marijuana industry and transparency […]

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                As Arizonans, how susceptible are we to identity theft?

                Posted by   2 months ago

                By Adam McCann | WalletHub In recent years, many Americans’ personal information has become compromised by big data breaches. In 2018 alone, prominent companies like Adidas, Best Buy, Delta, Kmart, Macy’s and Sears have fallen victim to cybercriminals. According to the Identity Theft Resource Center’s most recent Data Breach Report, between January 1, 2005 and […]

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                [SUNDAY FEATURE] How AI can help stop cyberattacks; Logan Elia, Rose Law Group Chairman of Cyber-Law Department, ‘excited’ about AI’s future

                Posted by   3 months ago

                  As hackers get smarter and more determined, artificial intelligence is going to be an important part of the solution By Adam Janofsky | The Wall Street Journal As corporations struggle to fight off hackers and contain data breaches, some are looking to artificial intelligence for a solution. They’re using machine learning to sort through […]

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                Google’s location privacy practices are under investigation in Arizona

                Posted by   3 months ago

                  By Tony Romm | The Washington Post Google’s alleged practice of recording location data about Android device owners even when they believe they have opted out of such tracking has sparked an investigation in Arizona, where the state’s attorney general could potentially levy a hefty fine against the search giant. The probe, initiated by […]

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                Florence partners with Subex to cyber-secure infrastructure

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                  AZBigMedia Subex, a leading Internet of Things (IoT) and critical infrastructure security solutions provider, has announced it has partnered with the Town of Florence, Arizona to provide security to its critical public infrastructure. An agreement to this effect was recently signed by Florence and Subex. Once critical infrastructure comes online, it becomes vulnerable to […]

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                The rise of cybersecurity insurance

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                By Shannon Vavra | Axios All companies are potential victims of cyber attacks, and buying insurance is one way many are trying to manage that risk. Why it matters: Companies hit by attacks are exposed to incredible costs — Equifax lost $4 billion in stock market value in just a week — so companies are […]

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                Power to the drones: Utilities place bets on robots; Rose Law Group Cybersecurity, Privacy and Emerging Technologies Chairman Troy Roberts, expresses support

                Posted by   5 months ago

                  By Stephen Jewkes, Christoph Steitz | Reuters Flying robots that can travel dozens of kilometers without stopping could be the next big thing for power companies. Utilities in Europe are looking to long-distance drones to scour thousands of miles of grids for damage and leaks in an attempt to avoid network failures that cost them […]

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                Supreme Court opens the door to online sales taxes; law catching up with the times: Attorney Troy Roberts, chairman of Cybersecurity, Privacy, and Emerging Technologies

                Posted by   6 months ago

                  By Sam Baker | Axios The Supreme Court today paved the way for states to begin collecting sales taxes from online vendors. In a 5-4 decision, the court threw out a precedent that had blocked online sales taxes. Why it matters: Online retailers likely will have to pay billions more in taxes each year. […]

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                How hackers can exploit devices used at home; hacking business data more a concern, says Logan Elia, Rose Law Group attorney practicing privacy law

                Posted by   7 months ago

                By Olivia Beavers | The Hill As Americans increasingly fill their homes with smart technology, the risk of hackers exploiting their devices is growing. Experts say the expanding ecosystem of internet-connected devices such as smart thermostats, home security systems and electric door locks are increasingly susceptible to hackers, including those trying to leverage voice-command devices. […]

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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: $6,850,842 Buyer: GM Gabrych Family Limited Partnership    Seller: Phx, Mesa Gateway Airport Property Type: Agriculture Property Size:  112.243 Acres Location: NEC Sossaman and Warner Rd., Mesa APN: 304-30-010E Financing: Cash To view the affidavit: 180889323, click here.

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                  The Dealmaker: 12/5/2018

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                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox         Lennar snags State Trust Land at auction. Lennar successfully bid $22.575 million Tuesday for a 140-acre parcel south of the SW corner of Dove Valley […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 12/4/2018

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                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox         Jennifer Hall, Rose Law Group senior project manager, named 2019 Chair of Paradise Valley Village Planning Committee. http://bit.ly/2Rxvi0F ‘Friendly’ proposal by CAP board could derail […]

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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: $92,552,000 Buyer: Prologis-Exchange Westside Business Park, LLC   Seller: BPP Pacific Industrial AZ REIT Owner, LLC Property Type: Commercial Property Size:  922,933  SQ FT Location: 8590 & 8602 West Buckeye Road, and 859 & 901 South 86th Avenue, […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 11/30/2018

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                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox         KB to open new Glendale community. Marbella Ranch • El Mirage & Glendale Ave. • 84 one- and two-story homes • Six floor plans • From the […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 11/29/2018

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                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox         [OPINION] Misconceptions are plentiful over treatment of opioid addiction. (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Community Medical Services.)  In an effort to dispel “misconceptions held by both our state leadership […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 11/28/2018

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                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox         Former Rep. Ed Pastor, Arizona’s first Latino congressman, dies at 75. Our prayers and thoughts go out to his family. http://bit.ly/2BDqPUH Pinal County prepping December appeal […]

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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: $90M Buyer: GS Highlands, LLC Seller: Cresent Highland, LLC Property Type: Apartment Property Size:  175,530 SQ FT Location: 4626 N. 16th Street, Phoenix APN: 155-02-181 Financing: Cash To view the affidavit: 180864250, click here.

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