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The Monday Morning Commute: Ask the traffic engineer

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Summit Land Management, Paul Basha, provides answers and proves that thinking about traffic is really interesting!! Phoenix light rail collision study For those who have lived in metropolitan Phoenix for more than a decade, you may recall that when the light rail system began operation in December 2008, there seemed to be a train-car collision […]

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Sunday Feature: Go ahead and complain. It might be good for you.

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A mantra to embrace: “This sucks I’m unhappy with what’s going on.”/ Illustration Credit: Angus Greig By Micaela Marini Higgs | The New York Times We’ve all done it: Whether it’s about traffic, our boss or our partner’s annoying habits, complaining “is just something we do, like breathing — though hopefully not as often,” said Robin […]

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Rose Law Group sponsors 11th Annual AZDealmakers

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Where was everyone in the real estate industry yesterday?  Jordan Rose moderating the “Housing Super Panel” at AZDealmakers. They were at the 11th AZ Dealmakers forum hosted by Belfiore Real Estate Consulting with 980 optimistic people! Jordan Rose, Rose Law Group founder and president moderated the “Housing Super Panel” along with top executives including Taylor Morrison Homes […]

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I’m selling my business. How do I value it?

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By Rose Law Group Corporate Attorney Shruti Gurudanti for Rose Law Group Reporter You’ve operated your widget manufacturing business for over a decade and now you’re considering selling it and possibly moving to Honolulu to enjoy your hard-earned money. But then comes the million-dollar question: what is the business worth? Unfortunately, there isn’t one golden formula […]

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SUNDAY FEATURE: Is the news too scary for kids?

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CreditTiago Majuelos How, and when, to introduce current events to your children By Paul L. Underwood | The New York Times Confession: I am sometimes jealous of the news-free bubble in which my 5-year-old daughter resides. She barely knows that there is a Greenland, let alone that our president apparently offered to buy it. That […]

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An Arizona ‘Dreamer’ watches his life become a Phoenix Theatre musical, ¡Americano!. Is Broadway next?

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His hope of being a marine died because he was undocumented. Now a “Dreamers” life is a musical that Phoenix Theatre Company aims to take to broadway. By Kerry Lengel | Arizona Republic OVERTURE: I DREAMED A DREAM Move over, “Hamilton.” A revolutionary musical promises to break down barriers and give voice to hundreds of thousands […]

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Congratulations, Pinal County, on your hard-fought victory! Analysis of appellate court’s upholding of Pinal road tax

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Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents a coalition of property and business owners throughout Pinal County who have worked to bring new transportation infrastructure to the county Analysis of the appellate court’s upholding of Pinal road tax By Jordan Rose and Johnathan Udall | Rose Law Group Thursday’s decision by the Arizona Court of Appeals, upholding […]

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Arizona Court of Appeals upholds Pinal County RTA

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Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents a coalition of property and business owners throughout Pinal County who have worked to bring new transportation infrastructure to the county. Rose Law Group Reporter The Arizona Court of Appeals issued a decision validating Proposition 417, Pinal County’s excise tax funding Proposition 416, a regional transportation plan, which was approved […]

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    Metro Phoenix is expected to add 1 million people by 2030. Where will they live?

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    Twitter Catherine Reagor | Arizona Republic Metro Phoenix is expected to grow by 1 million people during the next decade. That will be like adding a city the size of San Jose, California, or Austin, Texas, to the Valley. The billion-dollar question is where all those new residents will live. Most of the available land is […]

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    [GUEST COLUMN] A home-grown solution to the rising rents that are hurting renters in Arizona

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    Kareem Neal By Kareem Neal | Scottsdale Independent Cost of living affecting teachers, first responders and other middle-class renters By Kareem Neal | Scottsdale Independent I know what it is like for teachers who work hard for their students and schools but struggle to afford to live in the same communities they love. I have […]

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    Shadow of 2018 hangs over housing proposal even as commission moves forward

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    Flagstaff City Hall. / Angela Mabe By Adrian Skabelund | Arizona Daily Star Flagstaff voters are one step closer to seeing an affordable housing bond on the 2020 ballot. On Thursday, the city’s affordable housing commission voted unanimously to recommend the city council place a bond dedicated to lowering the cost of housing in Flagstaff […]

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    Surprise hopes to be more of a park place

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    Growth brings need for recreation space throughout city By Jason Stone | Daily Independent Surprise’s growth over the last 20 years has transformed the city. But it’s also made it become a victim of its own success. Some cities grow fast and some outgrow themselves. That’s what’s happening with Surprise in terms of parks and recreation […]

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    No shopping mall … but Goodyear moving closer to new city hall

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    By Tom Scanlon | West Valley View When Goodyear Mayor Georgia Lord first became a government representative, Goodyear residents were clamoring for a shopping mall. And Goodyear staff was plotting how to build a new city hall complex. That was 2005. A decade-and-a-half later: Still no Goodyear mall. And no new Goodyear City Hall. Lord […]

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    Single-story rental community to Mesa

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    City of Mesa/ AZBEX By Tasha Anderson for AZBEX New York-based, GTIS Partners is requesting a site plan review with the City of Mesa for the development of a new single-story, for rent community within the Cadence at Gateway Planned Community District. The project, dubbed Cadence Multifamily, will be located on approximately 17 acres of undeveloped property east […]

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    Mayor Gallego discusses challenge of affordable housing in booming Phoenix

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    Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego, right, sits with Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser during a Jan. 23 session at the U.S. Conference of Mayors meeting, where Gallego later talked about the challenges of providing affordable housing in a fast-growing city like Phoenix. / Christopher Scragg / Cronkite News By Christopher Scragg | Cronkite News Phoenix Mayor […]

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    And now, the ugliest house of the year.

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    Builder It was a 2,000 square-foot dump in Miami. It is now virtually a brand new home. Builder The Ugliest House of The Year 2019 winner is a three-bedroom, two-bath, 2,000-foot extreme makeover done by Rick Tobchi, an independently owned and operated HomeVestors / We Buy Ugly Houses franchisee and development agent with offices in Tampa and […]

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      Shadow of 2018 hangs over housing proposal even as commission moves forward

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      Flagstaff City Hall. / Angela Mabe By Adrian Skabelund | Arizona Daily Star Flagstaff voters are one step closer to seeing an affordable housing bond on the 2020 ballot. On Thursday, the city’s affordable housing commission voted unanimously to recommend the city council place a bond dedicated to lowering the cost of housing in Flagstaff […]

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      Goodyear city projects to gain ground in 2020

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      By Mark Carlisle | Daily Independent The coming year in Goodyear will be marked by the development of four major city projects, plenty more businesses coming to town and continued population growth. “We had a booming year, and I think we’re going to have another booming year,” said Mayor Georgia Lord. Goodyear Mayor Georgia Lord Goodyear […]

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      Higher gas tax touted to help fund Pinal highway improvements

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      Pinal Partnership President and CEO Harold Christ kicks off the group’s breakfast Friday in Florence. / Pinal Partnership By Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder In a discussion of transportation needs, the words “state funding” don’t come up often enough, and there’s a good reason for that, attendees at a Pinal Partnership breakfast were told Friday. […]

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      Mayor Gallego discusses challenge of affordable housing in booming Phoenix

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      Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego, right, sits with Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser during a Jan. 23 session at the U.S. Conference of Mayors meeting, where Gallego later talked about the challenges of providing affordable housing in a fast-growing city like Phoenix. / Christopher Scragg / Cronkite News By Christopher Scragg | Cronkite News Phoenix Mayor […]

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      Citizens band together pursuing November ballot for American Dream Act measure

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      Phoenix resident Lynne Weaver is spearheading an effort to place a statewide ballot measure asking Arizona voters to allow homeowners 65 years old or better to be exempt from property tax levies. / Paradise Valley Independent Arizona seniors decry unfair nature of property tax levies By Terrance Thornton | Paradise Valley Independent Phoenix-area residents are banding […]

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      State parties seek unity ahead of elections as dissenters vent at Ducey, Sinema

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      By Ronald J. Hansen and Katie Surma | Arizona Republic  Arizona’s major political parties energized their activists on Saturday while seeking to finesse dissent from party purists toward some of Arizona’s top elected officials. In Yuma, some at the annual Arizona Democratic Party meeting pushed a resolution “advising” Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., to more closely […]

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      David Cook sent threatening messages after being confronted for ‘drunkenness,’ lobbyist says

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      By Yvonne Wingett Sanchez and Andrew Oxford | Arizona Republic An influential lobbyist told a top staff member at the Arizona House of Representatives that Rep. David Cook sent him threatening emails after the lobbyist confronted the lawmaker about excessive drinking. Bas Aja, lobbyist for the Arizona Cattle Feeders’ Association, confronted Cook last fall and […]

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      REGIONAL NEWS: Utah’s Legislature, governor announce plan to repeal controversial tax reform law

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      The House Chamber in Salt Lake City on Thursday Dec. 12, 2019 as lawmakers hold a special session focusing on tax reform./ Trent Nelson / Tribune file photo By Bethany Rodgers and Benjamin Wood | The Salt Lake Tribune  In a dramatic reversal, Gov. Gary Herbert and the state’s legislative leaders announced Thursday they are […]

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        Woman can’t use fertilized embryos without ex-husband’s consent, Arizona Supreme Court rules; nevertheless a balanced ruling, says Rose Law Group family law attorney Audra Petrolle

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        Before undergoing treatment for breast cancer, Ruby Torres and her then-fiance agreed in July 2014 to complete in vitro fertilization, a process that created seven frozen embryos. Torres wanted the option to eventually have a child following breast-cancer treatment. After getting a divorce, she lost legal rights to the embyos and warns others about the […]

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        Co-parenting sites skip love and marriage, go right to the baby carriage; app’s a fairytale, says Rose Law Group partner Kaine Fisher

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        Jenica Andersen, left, and Stephan DuVal, center, talk with Jeanne Hebl, a certified nurse-midwife. The two met through PollenTree, which matches would-be parents who want to share custody of a child without any romantic expectations. PHOTO: LIDO VIZZUTTI FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL By Julie Jargon | The Wall Street Journal When Jenica Andersen felt […]

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        Arizona families caught in middle of debate over ‘conversion therapy’ ban; Rose Law Group Family Attorney Audra Petrolle approves of the ban

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         Thurston is candid about going from seemingly having it all — a husband and four beautiful children, to nearly losing it all when she realized she was gay./Source: Elena Thurston By Nicole Crites | 3TV/CBS 5 The American Medical Association is calling for a nationwide ban on “conversion therapy,” and in a landmark move later […]

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        A daughter’s journey: Years of heartache fade as Aliyah chooses her new family; Rose Law Group Family Law Attorney Audra Petrolle: adoption is a ‘beautiful gift’

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        Two and a half years after moving to Phoenix, the chaos ends for Rihanna Agnew. She can only hope her biological mother finds her way home. She was an Agnew. She would become a part of a new family. Two and a half years of heartache and uncertainty would fade into her past./azcentral video By […]

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        The upside to divorce (no really); Rose Law Group family law attorney Audra Petrolle comments

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        In states with ‘no fault’ divorces, couples are 8% more likely to both work full-time outside the homeup  Divorces can be tough, but sometimes for the best, says one researcher./Gravitas Ventures /courtesy Everett Collection By Andrew Keshner | MarketWatch Divorces can be tough, but sometimes for the best, says one researcher.  After surviving the holidays, […]

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        Utah Supreme Court rules in paternity cases, opening a window for ‘alleged fathers’

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        Graphic: Fox 13 By Ben Winslow  |  Fox 13 In a series of rulings made public Saturday, the state’s top court has opened a window for “alleged fathers” to establish paternity in the face of Utah’s notoriously tough laws. The Utah Supreme Court issued rulings in four separate cases, and almost all of them allowed men seeking […]

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        Paul Petersen’s wife files for divorce; a successful claim could be Pyrrhic victory, says Rose Law Group family attorney Audra Petrolle

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        Raquel Petersen says the marriage is “irretrievably broken and without a reasonable prospect of reconciliation.”/12 News Raquel Petersen alleges Maricopa County assessor hid and spent their money for his own benefit. Prosecutors have seized both their assets as potential restitution By Brahm Resnik | 12 News The wife of suspended Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen […]

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        Hoffman says vaccine exemption, Pledge of Allegiance bills unnecessary; ‘exemption could invite litigation,’ says Rose Law Group family attorney Audra Petrolle

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        By Jessica Swarner | KTAR Arizona’s top education official says there’s no need for two education-related bills being pushed by a state representative. Democratic Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman said Thursday that Republican Rep. John Fillmore’s bills concerning vaccines and the Pledge of Allegiance attempt to solve problems that don’t exist. The first bill, which Fillmore […]

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          2 companies pitch competing plans for Sacaton Mine near Casa Grande

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          ASARCO mine 2009/PinalCentral By Suzanne Adams-Ockrassa | PinalCentral (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Elim Mining.) A battle over ownership of the old Sacaton Mine is developing between two companies — one that wants to return the property to mining and another that wants to create hydropower. In October, Elim Mining announced that it was working with […]

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          In a big splash for housing, EPA chief announces new water rule at IBS

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          NAHBnow Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler today announced a final, new “waters of the United States” (WOTUS) regulation at the International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas that resolves years of uncertainty over where federal jurisdiction begins and ends. “The Navigable Waters Protection Rule is a big win for states, municipalities, builders and developers, […]

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          Arizona Solar Energy Industry Association (AriSEIA) Responds to APS 100% Clean Energy by 2050 Announcement

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          (Editor’s note: News releases are published as submitted unless there are errors of fact.)  ARIZONA SOLAR ENERGY INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION (ARISEIA)·FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 2020·READING TIME: 3 MINUTES FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 24, 2020 Media Contact: Stacey Champion T. 602-788-0033 e. sc@champion-pr.com Arizona Solar Energy Industry Association (AriSEIA) Responds to APS 100% Clean Energy by 2050 Announcement […]

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          She’s taking on Elon Musk on solar. And winning.

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          As the head of Sunrun, Lynn Jurich won’t rest until the photovoltaic cell module is as common as the fireplace. By David Gelles | The New York Times Lynn Jurich, the chief executive of the residential solar company Sunrun, starts every morning with a mantra: “All people and all circumstances are my allies.” It’s a […]

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          The Energy 202: Arizona’s biggest utility, which fought renewables in 2018, now wants to go carbon-free

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          By Dino Grandoni | The Washington Post Arizona’s biggest electric utility spent millions of dollars in 2018 to defeat a renewable energy ballot initiative. Just two years later, it now says it wants to get all of its power from carbon-free sources. As Steven Mufson and I report this morning, Arizona Public Service announced an […]

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          REGIONAL NEWS: California sues Trump administration over fracking

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          San Benito County voters approved a fracking ban, but it’s likely to face challenges. /Gabriela Quiros/KQED By Rachel Frazen | The Hill California is suing the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) over its plan to open up public lands in the state to oil and gas drilling including fracking, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra (D) […]

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          REGIONAL NEWS: Letter to the Editor: Exploring nuclear energy makes sense for Southern Utah’s cities

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          Nuclear produces the vast majority of carbon-free energy in the United States and across the world St. George News (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only.) A Jan. 12 opinion letter made negative assertions about nuclear energy and, particularly, a small modular reactor project being studied by the Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems. […]

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          REGIONAL NEWS: What’s polluting Colorado’s air? 125 million tons a year of heat-trapping and hazardous gases

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          State leaders say current level of pollution is unacceptable, some major polluters are taking action PUEBLO, CO – JANUARY 07: Xcel Energy’s Comanche Generating Station, a 1410 megawatt, coal-fired power plant January 07, 2020. /Photo by Andy Cross/The Denver Post By Bruce Finley | The Denver Post More than 125 million metric tons of hazardous […]

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            Cannabis and Hemp View All →

            Coolidge hemp processing plant gets conditional use permit

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            By Rofida Khairalla | Coolidge Examiner A company that specializes in hemp processing was approved for a conditional use permit by the Coolidge Planning and Zoning Commission earlier this month. Premier Extractions specializes in extracting CBD, or cannabidiol, from hemp plants. The refined end-product is then sold to other companies that use it for hemp-based […]

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            Is cannabis ever OK in the office? Check handbook, says Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner, director of cannabis and hemp departments

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            Jeanette Hales, a school bus driver in Salt Lake County, Utah was forced to either resign or be fired after she tested positive for THC, the compound that causes the high experienced by marijuana users. However, she hadn’t used the drug but instead was taking CBD capsules to relieve stress. Hales received the pictured bag […]

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            REGIONAL NEWS: Mayor opposes marijuana legalization in New Mexico

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            By Michael McDevitt | Las Cruces Sun-News  As New Mexico faces the prospect of legalizing marijuana for recreational use, the left-leaning Las Cruces City Council at a Monday work session was unsurprisingly supportive, with a notable exception — Mayor Ken Miyagishima (photo). On Wednesday, Miyagishima told Sun-News that a legalization bill would be the “most irresponsible” legislation […]

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            Proposed hemp regulations would be a nightmare for farmers

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            “I would have to grow at least three times as many plants under the USDA rule to produce the same amount of CBD as I get out of one plant now.” By Masha Abarinova | Reason The federal government is considering various regulations on the commercial harvesting of hemp, and hemp farmers are none too […]

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            Many of Arizona’s first hemp harvests have too much THC; a dire situation, says Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner, director of cannabis and hemp departments

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            By Andrew Howard | Arizona Republic When Arizona started issuing licenses for farmers to grow hemp in 2019, many people predicted a boost to the economy from the plant that’s used to create the popular CBD oil, among other products. But months into this crop’s new era, the results are not what was expected by […]

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            Parker excited about hemp plant

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            Parker Pioneer Parker Town Manager Lori Wedemeyer has issued a press release regarding the proposed hemp processing facility in Parker South. Dated Jan. 6, it states the Town is looking forward and is excited to working with the La Paz Economic Development Corporation to bring this facility to Parker. However, she said that, as of […]

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            Valley cannabis company to pay $35M for Nevada cultivation facility

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            Harvest operates this medical marijuana dispensary in Scottsdale. / Phoenix Business Journal By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal Tempe-based Harvest Health & Recreation Inc. (CSE: HARV) has signed a deal to pay $35 million for a cultivation facility in Nevada. Plans call for buying the 32,000-square-foot structure in Cheyenne, Nevada, a suburb of Las Vegas, […]

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            Q & A: What is hemp? Omar Abdallah, Rose Law Group attorney handling hemp-related issues, weighs in

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            By John Gutekunst | Parker Pioneer You’ve probably heard there are plans to build a big hemp processing plant in Parker South. This plant promises to bring close to 100 jobs to our area. There are some misconceptions out there about hemp, what it is, and what it does. With that in mind, we’d like […]

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              Arizona’s water system for suburban growth heads toward ‘train wreck,’ Babbitt says

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              By Tony Davis | Arizona Daily Star A water management district created by a 1993 state law that allowed massive subdivisions to spread into the outer suburbs of Tucson and Phoenix is now heading for a “train wreck,” warns former Arizona Governor and Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt. Arizona House Speaker Rusty Bowers, who like Babbitt […]

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              REGIONAL NEWS: EPA water rule change called disastrous for New Mexico

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              Rio Grande running near San Antonio, N.M. (It’s even higher now than when this picture was snapped a week or so ago./ Laura Paskus By Danielle Prokop | Santa Fe New Mexican A majority of New Mexico’s waterways and wetlands will lose federal pollution protections under the Environmental Protection Agency’s final “U.S. Waters” rule unveiled […]

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              Phoenix water pipeline likely to avoid precious preserve lands

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              A Phoenix Water Services project will most likely still go through the Phoenix Mountain Preserve, but an alternative route has been announced to slightly change the plans. / Photo by Arianna Grainey / Independent Newsmedia Confluence of comprise, advocacy may result in citizen win By Melissa Rosequist | Daily Independent A resolution is in the works […]

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              Arizona lawmakers want to use casino agreements to force tribes to settle water disputes

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              By Ryan Randazzo and Andrew Oxford | Arizona Republic  Republican leaders at the Arizona Legislature are proposing that tribes with outstanding water disputes with the state be forced to settle those claims before they can renegotiate the number of slots and games they offer at casinos. That’s the idea behind House Bill 2447, sponsored by […]

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              Flagstaff considers new water plan

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              By Adrian Skabelund | Arizona Daily Sun As Flagstaff continues to grow, so does its need for water. But now the City of Flagstaff is looking to create a new water master plan in hopes of ensuring the city has an adequate supply of water far into the future. City Water Resources Manager Erin Young […]

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              [OPINION] Why would Bruce Babbitt, long a voice of reason on water, support such a knee-jerk idea?

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              Opinion: It was shocking to see the former Arizona governor championing a scheme that would set off parochial, Balkanizing fights over water. By Grady Gammage, Jr., opinion contributor | azcentral Arizona is defined by acquiring, managing, sharing and moving water. From the time of the Hohokam through the building of the Salt River Project and the CAP […]

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              Arizona Water hopes new Coolidge aquifer will help water supply

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              Pinal County Supervisor for District 3 Stephen Miller, left, Arizona Water Company President Fred Schneider, second from left, and Coolidge Mayor Jon Thompson, right, prepare to start the Arizona Water company’s recharge basins at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the PVRRF on Wednesday. / Rofida Khairalla / PinalCentral By Rofida Khairalla | Coolidge Examiner Hundreds of […]

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              Legislature plans to address groundwater crisis in rural Arizona

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              By Ian James and Rob O’Dell | Arizona Republic State legislators plan to tackle widespread problems of groundwater overpumping in rural Arizona this session, proposing bills that would make it easier to limit well-drilling in farming areas where residents have asked for help from the state to safeguard their dwindling water supplies.  At least four bills have […]

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                Dealmaker View All →

                The Dealmaker: 1/23/2020

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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 is looking to hire a full time Planner/Project Manager to join the Zoning and Land Use Law team. Duties include managing entitlement and permit processes […]

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                The Dealmaker: 1/22/2020

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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 is looking to hire a full time Planner/Project Manager to join the Zoning and Land Use Law team. Duties include managing entitlement and permit processes […]

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                The Dealmaker: 1/21/2020

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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 is looking to hire a full time Planner/Project Manager to join the Zoning and Land Use Law team. Duties include managing entitlement and permit processes […]

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                The Dealmaker: 1/17/2020

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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?Keith Mishkin, Cambridge Properties President & CEO. Since 2003, Cambridge Properties has closed over $1B in deals. Based on the kind of days Keith puts […]

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                The Dealmaker: 1/6/2020

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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 Bidding on a classic car this month? Know what numbers matching means. As Scottsdale gears up for car auction season, Rose Law Group attorney Eric Hill, who works […]

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                The Dealmaker: 1/3/2020

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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? Darryl Berger, Berger Holdings founder, CEO. Family matters (including a stray Lego), BB Living and a bit of ‘par for the course’ trash-talking […]

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                The Dealmaker: 1/2/2020

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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 [OP-ED] Unwarranted referendum for Southbridge II will be a costly, year-long delay for needed redevelopment. (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Spring Creek Development.) While “referendums are a legitimate […]

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                The Dealmaker: 12/30/2019

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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 [OPINION] Industrial farms invest in Arizona. They don’t pirate its water and resources. In AZCentral, Arizona Farm Bureau CEO Philip Bashaw points out that while farming operations are “not always as […]

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