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Sunday Feature: Why do corporations speak the way they do?

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Photo: Sam Edwards/Getty Images By Molly Young | Vulture In January, a very good memoir called Uncanny Valley was published. The author, Anna Wiener, moved to San Francisco from Brooklyn around 2014 to work at a mobile-analytics start-up, and one of the book’s many pleasures is how neatly it bottles the scent of moneyed Bay […]

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These are the best and worst careers for marriage; Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group partner/director of Family Law, discusses his profession

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Military careers can end marriages. By HTV National Desk  In a country where about half of all marriages result in divorce, marriage can end for a variety of reasons. Career site Zippia investigated the likelihood of people’s occupations contributing to their decision to divorce. According to the 2017 study, researchers compiled data from the U.S. […]

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Arizona’s SB 1070 births new generation of immigrant activists

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Tony Valdovinos speaks during a press conference preview for the musical “Americano!” based on his life Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2020, in Phoenix. Valdovinos didn’t know he was in the U.S. illegally until he tried to join the Marine Corps at 18 and learned he was born in Mexico, but channeled disappointment into activism, and enrolled […]

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Sunday feature & Photo: For Mayor Romero, 1 million planted trees in city admittedly a ‘big effort’

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New stormwater infrastructure will allow the city to plant trees “all over town” in a way that doesn’t use large amounts of potable water, says James MacAdam of Tucson Water./Ron Medvescek / Arizona Daily Star 2019 By Justin Sayers | Arizona Daily Star As part of her promise to create an aggressive citywide climate resiliency […]

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Arizona DREAMer Antonio Valdovinos has Invited President Donald Trump to attend a performance of AMERICANO!

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By BWW News Desk An Arizona DREAMer has reached out to President Donald Trump ahead of his campaign trip to Phoenix next week via a letter sent Tuesday, February 11th. Antonio Valdovinos has invited President Trump to attend a special performance of Americano! The Musical during his upcoming campaign stop in Phoenix on February 19th.In the letter, Valdovinos […]

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BWW Review: The Phoenix Theatre Company Presents AMERICANO!

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Sean Ewing in Americano! / Broadway World By Herbert Paine | Broadway World There are over 800,000 DREAMers in the United States. Young adults, living daily in uncertainty as to whether their protected status under President Obama’s 2017 Executive Order (Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals) will be upheld in the face of legal challenges by […]

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[OPINION] Americano! is the musical immigrants need to touch your heart

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Opinion: Phoenix Theatre has produced the rare musical that can explain the political predicament of dreamers in an enjoyable, accessible way. By Elvia Díaz | Arizona Republic Some couldn’t contain themselves, quietly dabbing tears to the U.S. citizenship oath of the Marine who’d never be. Their eyes were transfixed on the stage where the young man poured […]

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Sunday Feature: Here’s Proof that Government is Protecting Industries, Not the Public

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By Mark Flatten | Goldwater Institute  So you are looking for a new career, one that allows you to work anywhere in the country with a minimum of hassle. Good luck with that. About a fourth of all jobs in the United States require you to obtain a license from the state before you can […]

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    Governor Doug Ducey at Pinal Partnership!

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    Governor Doug Ducey takes the stage at a Pinal Partnership breakfast. /Rose Law Group Reporter Story, videos and photos by Rose Law Group Reporter staff A packed house of almost 300 people welcomed Governor Doug Ducey at a Pinal Partnership breakfast in Eloy Tuesday. People from all over Pinal County attended the event at Robson […]

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    How to make a housing crisis

    Foreclosures

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    By Benjamin Schneider | CityLab For most of American history, cities grew along a familiar pattern. Once a suburban community grew large enough, the neighboring big city would loosen its borders and swallow it up through annexation. Then in the 1950s, the developers of Lakewood, California—sometimes described as the “Levittown of the West Coast”—invented a […]

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    Where property taxes are best, and worst

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    Property taxation Builder WalletHub was out Tuesday with a look at where property taxes are the most and least burdensome across the U.S., and New Jersey again topped the list, or rather, came in last in terms of favorability. The average American household spends $2,375 on property taxes for their homes each year, according to the […]

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    Hale Theatre in Gilbert unveils stunning renovations

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    Photo by Nick Woodward-Shaw, Alyssa Tufts and Ane Pulu./AZBigMedia By Alyssa Tufts | AZBigMedia The stage is set, you’re in your seat, and the lights have gone down. From the moment they come up with actors on stage and the seconds before the first line is magic — an anticipation only surpassed by the final […]

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    Rural-Warner controversy: Long-vacant property up for new scrutiny; neighbors and developer disagree over rights

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    A bulldozer clears the way for replacement of Tempe’s water lines along Warner Road./Joyce Coronel By Joyce Coronel | Wrangler News A vacant lot at the northwest corner of Rural and Warner roads stands at the center of a long- swirling controversy that has bitterly divided a South Tempe neighborhood. When a chain link fence popped […]

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    Valley’s largest spec industrial project begins construction

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    By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal Construction began Tuesday on a $100 million industrial development in Goodyear that will bring 1.3 million square feet of speculative space to the market. Phoenix-based Tratt Properties is developing the Elwood Logistics Center, and is calling the development the largest speculative industrial development to ever break ground in the Phoenix […]

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    Club West group challenges HOA board

    Ahwatukee

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    By Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothills News The failed attempt by four investors to begin an approval process for 162 houses on the Club West Golf Course has given birth of a nonprofit group of homeowners that is challenging the HOA board’s handling of the beleaguered site. The Club West Conservancy, an incorporated organization of […]

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    Phoenix home price gains now the highest in the U.S.

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    Twitter By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal Phoenix has topped the nation in annual home price gains, according to the latest results of the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Indices. Data through December 2019 revealed year-over-year price increases of 6.5% in Phoenix — nearly double the national average — followed by 5.3% in Charlotte, North Carolina, and 5.2% in […]

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      Governor Doug Ducey at Pinal Partnership!

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      Governor Doug Ducey takes the stage at a Pinal Partnership breakfast. /Rose Law Group Reporter Story, videos and photos by Rose Law Group Reporter staff A packed house of almost 300 people welcomed Governor Doug Ducey at a Pinal Partnership breakfast in Eloy Tuesday. People from all over Pinal County attended the event at Robson […]

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      Bill Crawford enters Scottsdale City Council race

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      Bill Crawford. By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Scottsdale business owner and downtown advocate Bill Crawford has entered the race for Scottsdale City Council. Crawford and his wife, Debbie, own Basic Training MedX in downtown Scottsdale. Crawford has been very active in issues impacting Old Town and downtown Scottsdale. He has officially filed […]

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      Ducey in Pinal touts economic growth, I-10 bridge widening

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      Gov. Doug Ducey. / Photo by Gage Skidmore, Flickr / Arizona Mirror By Suzanne Adams-Ockrassa | The Eloy Enterprise ELOY — The money for widening Interstate 10 is coming, Gov. Doug Ducey assured Pinal Partnership members Tuesday morning. “Our budget puts the pedal to the metal on one of the most important highway projects in […]

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      Senate rejects Gov. Ducey’s proposed state tax break for military pensions

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      By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Daily Star State senators on Tuesday rejected the one tax break sought by Gov. Doug Ducey in his State of the State speech. Four Republicans lined up with the 13 Senate Democrats to quash the idea of exempting military pensions from the state’s income tax. None […]

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      Opinion: ‘The Arizona Republic’ will no longer make candidate endorsements. Here’s why.

      Posted by   12 hours ago

      Readers have made it clear: You want to be informed about elections but not told how to vote. We hear you. By Phil Boas | The Republic  Our highest calling as a news organization is to bring you important facts quickly and accurately so you can make informed decisions. You need information to understand your […]

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      Transportation Committee OKs SR347/Riggs overpass

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      inMaricopa.com House Bill 2802 passed out of the House Transportation Committee on a 7-0 vote today. Two members of the nine-person committee were absent. The bill, sponsored by Rep. Bret Roberts (R-District 11), would appropriate $35 million toward building a State Route 347 overpass at Riggs Road in Maricopa County. It is co-sponsored by most […]

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      City manager highlights some Glendale projects

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      By Tom Scanlon |  Glendale Star  While many are excited about the new things in Glendale over the past few years, from expansions at Westgate Entertainment District to Desert Diamond Casino West Valley to major production facilities, others are not so much. Some feel all the growth is just causing more traffic and crowding. To them, […]

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      PinalCast: McFarland asks for another term as Casa Grande mayor; hints at major announcement

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      By Suzanne Adams-Ockrassa | Pinal Central Casa Grande Mayor Craig McFarland is excited and concerned about what the future holds for Casa Grande and he wants to be a part of it. McFarland is currently running unopposed for another term as mayor. Mayor Craig McFarland gets a close look at an electric car during Lucid […]

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        2020 Elections View All →

        Opinion: ‘The Arizona Republic’ will no longer make candidate endorsements. Here’s why.

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        Readers have made it clear: You want to be informed about elections but not told how to vote. We hear you. By Phil Boas | The Republic  Our highest calling as a news organization is to bring you important facts quickly and accurately so you can make informed decisions. You need information to understand your […]

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        Biden proposes $640 billion housing plan

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        Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden unveiled a $640 billion housing plan on Monday that the former vice president’s campaign said will improve affordability and establish a Homeowner and Renter Bill of Rights./Getty Images By Kathleen Howley | HousingWire The presidential candidate calls for a national “Homeowner’s Bill of Rights” Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden proposed […]

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        Sanders leads Democrat field in raising money in Arizona

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        By McKenzie Sadeghi | Cronkite News  Arizona’s presidential preference primary is still three weeks away, but voters are already making their preferences known with their wallets. Campaign finance reports released this month by the Federal Election Commission show Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders had raised $768,054 in Arizona through Jan. 31, well ahead of the No. […]

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        Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg unveils sweeping housing plan

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        By Ben Lane | HousingWire With the Nevada Caucus just a few days away, things should soon begin to get a little clearer in terms of who the real frontrunner is for the Democratic nomination for president.  Current odds place Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-VT, as the favorite, although former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg appears to have some momentum, securing […]

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        Elizabeth Warren announces endorsements as AZ early voting begins

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        Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) speaks as former Vice President Joe Biden listens during the Democratic presidential primary debate at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. /Photo by Justin Sullivan / Getty Images By Jim Small |Arizona Mirror On the first day of early voting for Democrats in Arizona’s presidential preference election, three women state senators […]

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        This is how presidential elections really affect home sales

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        Credit: KTAR By Sylvia Varnham O’Regan | The Real Deal Data analysis predicts decline leading up to voters’ decision on Trump. Who will be president come January? It’s the biggest question of the year — and a thorn in the side of brokers, who regard uncertainty as an enemy of sales. “Election years are always […]

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        LaFond running for Maricopa council seat

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        Andre LaFond chats with local residents at Honeycutt Coffee./Howard Waggner/Pinal Central By Katie Sawyer | PinalCentral With the end of term for many of Maricopa’s current city council members looming, several seats are up for grabs including the mayoral position. Currently up for re-election on city council are Nancy Smith and Julia Gusse. Also up […]

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        The Dems are coming

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        Phoenix to host Democratic presidential debate in March (L-R) Democratic presidential candidates Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) participate in the Democratic presidential primary debate in the Sullivan Arena at St. Anselm College on February 07, 2020 in Manchester, New Hampshire./Joe Raedle / Getty Images By Kevin […]

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          Family Law View All →

          Don’t let the wrong state get between you and your assets; Rose Law Group Family Law Attorney, Audra Petrolle, speaks to ‘home state’ control

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          Where couples start “living apart together,” for instance, can make a big difference if they divorce. State laws can also affect trusts and other financial transactions Gwyneth Paltrow’s “living apart together” arrangement with her husband, Brad Falchuk, generated curiosity, but lawyers say the strategy comes with risks./Credit…Angela Weiss/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images By Paul Sullivan […]

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          These are the best and worst careers for marriage; Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group partner/director of Family Law, discusses his profession

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          Military careers can end marriages. By HTV National Desk  In a country where about half of all marriages result in divorce, marriage can end for a variety of reasons. Career site Zippia investigated the likelihood of people’s occupations contributing to their decision to divorce. According to the 2017 study, researchers compiled data from the U.S. […]

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          Legislative proposal to open adoption birth-records. For Rose Law Group Family Law Attorney Audra Petrolle, it’s personal

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          By Mary Jo Pitzl | The Republic For more than 50 years birth certificates for adopted Arizonans have listed the adoptive parents, while the names of biological parents were off-limits to adoptees. That could change if a bill in the state Legislature becomes law, giving adult adoptees unrestricted access to their original birth certificates. House Bill 2600 […]

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          Regional News: Bill To Decriminalize Polygamy Earns Unanimous Approval From Utah Senate Committee

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          Sen. Deidre Henderson, R-Spanish Fork, listens to comment at the first public hearing for SB102, which would make polygamy between consenting adults an infraction (punishable by a ticket but no arrest or jail time) instead of a felony, on Monday, Feb. 10, 2020. At right speaking in favor of the bill is Jessica Christensen of […]

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          My Ex-Wife Bad-Mouths Me to Our Boys. Can I Tell Them the Truth About Her? Rose Law Group Family Law Attorney Audra Petrolle has an answer

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          Illustration by Tomi Um / New York Times Magazine By Kwame Anthony Appiah | The New York Times Magazine After a decades-long marriage, my wife and I divorced. We have two sons, now grown. Before we separated, our relationship became increasingly distant. During that time, she refused any physical closeness, telling me, “That part of […]

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          Ask a family law attorney: What a’ prenup’ can and can’t do

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          By Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group partner and director of Family Law, and Audra Petrolle, family law attorney “I’m just getting engaged and want to propose a prenuptial agreement. Are there any assets that legally in Arizona I cannot protect?”  Arizona is a community property state, meaning that any income or property acquired during a marriage is […]

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          Pence praises rule that would let adoption agencies exclude gay parents; ‘inherently discriminatory’, says Rose Law Group family law attorney Audra Petrolle

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          U.S. Vice President Mike Pence/Mandatory Credit: Photo by SHAWN THEW/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock (10052858m) The Trump administration’s proposed rule would allow adoption agencies that refuse to place children with LGBTQ families to still collect federal dollars. By Tim Fitzsimons | NBC During an event celebrating National Adoption Month, Vice President Mike Pence praised a proposed Trump administration rule […]

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          Regional News: Child support formula changes in Nevada, impacting thousands; depends on expenses of both parents, says Rose Law Group family law attorney

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          It all comes down to the factor of money By Lauren Clark | KSNV TV There’s a new formula that could benefit or hurt you if you’re a mom or dad receiving child support for new cases across the state. DJ Clark is a single mom with two kids. Like hundreds of others, she relies […]

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            Regional News: Trump’s Nevada play leaves nation’s nuclear waste in limbo

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            The president wants to win the state he narrowly lost in 2016, but he may be jumping into an energy issue By Eric Wolff and Anthony Adragna | POLITICO President Donald Trump is seeking to woo Nevada voters by abandoning the GOP’s decades of support for storing the nation’s nuclear waste under a mountain northwest […]

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            Cities hate it, but Ducey signs bill banning local bans on natural gas anyway

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            A Phoenix sunset with a film of haze. /Alan Levine via Flickr By Elizabeth Whitman | Phoenix New Times Governor Doug Ducey has signed into law a bill that will prevent cities and towns in Arizona from banning natural gas, despite clear opposition from major cities. Spokesperson Patrick Ptak said that Ducey signed House Bill […]

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            Proposal would let power customers avoid paying for renewable energy

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            A television ad states: “California tried the clean energy mandate and their rates are increasing three times the national average.” AZ Fact Check takes a look. /Photo: Getty Images By Ryan Randazzo | The Republic An Arizona lawmaker is proposing to change the state Constitution so that electric companies are required to offer customers a […]

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            Sunday feature & Photo: For Mayor Romero, 1 million planted trees in city admittedly a ‘big effort’

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            New stormwater infrastructure will allow the city to plant trees “all over town” in a way that doesn’t use large amounts of potable water, says James MacAdam of Tucson Water./Ron Medvescek / Arizona Daily Star 2019 By Justin Sayers | Arizona Daily Star As part of her promise to create an aggressive citywide climate resiliency […]

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            Arizona House passes industry-backed pre-emption bill to keep natural gas flowing

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            Tucson opposes the bill, arguing that it would undermine the city’s sovereignty. /SD Kirk via Flickr By Elizabeth Whitman | Phoenix New Times An industry-backed bill that would curb the ability of Arizona’s cities and towns to mitigate climate change at the local level sailed through the Arizona House of Representatives on Wednesday afternoon. If […]

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            Opinion: APS made a huge bet on solar — and the case that it needs some competition

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            APS.com Arizona Public Service wants to focus on renewable  APS says it will go carbon-free by 2050. That’s a big bet that captive ratepayers shouldn’t have to cover. By Robert Robb | The Republic  (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only.) The announcement by Arizona Public Service that it will transition to providing […]

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            Regional News: What happens if California takes Pacific Gas & Electric?

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            One by one, bondholders, insurers and most wildfire victims have signed onto PG&E’s plan for emerging from bankruptcy reorganization. Only Newsom now stands in the company’s way — and he has threatened a public takeover if big changes aren’t made at California’s largest utility.  GEYSERVILLE, CA – OCT. 25: Gov. Gavin Newsom tours a home […]

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            Judge sides with opponents of Rosemont copper mine, overturns wildlife analysis

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            El Jefe on remote-sensor camera in 2005/Center for Biological Diversity By Ian James | Arizona Republic  A judge on Monday overturned a key government approval for a proposed copper mine in Arizona’s Coronado National Forest, ordering federal wildlife officials to redo their analysis of potential effects on jaguars and other endangered species.   The ruling by […]

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              Cannabis and Hemp View All →

              Tucson teen faces deportation after being caught with marijuana vape pens; ‘unfortunate’ circumstances, says Darius Amiri, chairman, Rose Law Group Immigration Dept.

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              A recent and old photo of Jonathan Torres Resendiz at his family’s home in Tucson. He was the youngest of three children brought to the U.S. on a desert crossing in 2008. /Rebecca Sasnett / Arizona Daily Star By Danyelle Khmara | Arizona Daily Star Maria Resendiz Uribe looks at her son’s senior photos taken […]

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              Regional News: After New Mexico Lawmakers Fail To Pass Marijuana Legalization, Governor Says Voters Could Decide

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              By Kyle Jaeger | Marijuana Moment Marijuana legalization failed to happen legislatively in New Mexico this year, but now Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) says she’s open to letting voters decide on the policy change. A bill to legalize cannabis in the state advanced through one Senate committee last month, but it was rejected by […]

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              Regional News: The Cannabis Industry’s Next Big Threat: Hacks And Fraud

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              Credit: Shutterstock By Alicia Wallace | CNN Business Cannabis is an emerging industry with stratospheric growth expectations. Like the California Gold Rush, the dot-com boom and every other new market with boundless potential, the cannabis industry also has the tendency to attract some sketchy characters with dubious motives. Security experts have long warned that the […]

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              Speaker wants voters to sharply limit medical marijuana potency, citing controversial book; ‘absurd,’ says Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner, director of cannabis and hemp departments

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              Getty Images By Jerod MacDonald-Evoy | Arizona Mirror Arizona voters may be asked to severely limit the amount of THC that medical marijuana can contain, if the top Republican in the Arizona House of Representatives has his way. After reading a controversial book that links marijuana use to mental illness and violence, House Speaker Rusty […]

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              Local nurse sues hospital after ‘New Times’ story on medical pot ban

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              Phoenix New Times wrote about how a hospital threatened to fire Timothy Costello for using medical marijuana. Now, he’s suing./Ali Swenson By Ali Swenson | Phoenix New Times Valley ER nurse Timothy Costello is suing one of the biggest hospital systems in Maricopa County for its ban on employee medical marijuana use, just over a […]

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              Arizona’s biggest marijuana company just got bigger

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              By Ryan Randazzo | The Republic  Marijuana dispensary licenses are worth millions in Arizona today and are poised to leap in value this November if voters approve recreational use of the drug. Harvest Health and Recreation, Arizona’s biggest medical-marijuana operator, said on Wednesday it has acquired three shops run by competitor Arizona Natural Selections, giving […]

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              Marijuanopoly: Inside the high risk, high reward game of Arizona’s pot industry

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              By Ali Swenson | Phoenix New Times  Arizona’s cannabis industry is a strategic game — with huge payouts. The applications were in, the photo backdrop had been unfurled, and the media was gathered in tightly at the state laboratory in Phoenix. All that was left to do for the three polo-clad Arizona Department of Health […]

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              Tribes considering a hemp production ordinance

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              By John Gutekunst | Parker Pioneer The Colorado River Indian Tribes are looking at getting into the growing hemp business in Arizona and the nation. They are considering adopting an ordinance regarding the production of industrial hemp on the CRIT Reservation. A public hearing will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 25 in the […]

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                Water View All →

                Rising temperatures are taking a worsening toll on the Colorado River, study finds

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                Scientists  focused on the role of snow cover as a “protective shield” for water in the river basin./phys.org By Ian James | The Republic  Scientists have documented how climate change is sapping the Colorado River, and new research shows the river is so sensitive to warming that it could lose about one-fourth of its flow by […]

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                Arizona Senate committee shelves groundwater bill after impassioned debate

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                Aquifers containing groundwater help cities manage their water supplies. By Ian James | The Republic  State senators heard impassioned pleas from supporters of proposed legislation that would make it easier for Arizona water regulators to limit well-drilling in farming areas where groundwater levels are falling. But in the end, the bill was set aside, its […]

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                Regional News: Trump signs order diverting water to California farmers against state wishes

                Posted by   6 days ago

                Site of the potential intake for the delta tunnel project in the north Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, near Freeport. /Katie Cahill /CNS By Rebecca Beitsch | The Hill President Trump on Wednesday signed an order in California to re-engineer the state’s water plans, completing a campaign promise to funnel water from the north to a thirsty […]

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                Groups plan to sue over federal change that guts protections for Arizona

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                By Elizabeth Whitman | Phoenix New Times More than a dozen conservation groups, including the Tucson-based Center for Biological Diversity, announced plans Tuesday to sue the Trump administration over its rollback of a federal rule aimed at protecting rivers and streams across the United States. In Arizona, curbing that rule, Waters of the United States, eliminates protections for more than […]

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                Ranchers, environmentalists on collision course in defining ‘waterway’

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                A beaver dam on the San Pedro River Southeastern Arizona. The river flows north out of Sonora, Mexico. A recent change in federal rules will require Arizona to define what is a waterway./PHOTO BY HOLLY RICHTER/NATURE CONSERVANCY By Andrew Nicla via Arizona Capitol Times A beaver dam on the San Pedro River Southeastern Arizona. The […]

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                As groundwater depletes, arid American west is moving east

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                Loss of groundwater may accelerate drying trends in the eastern United States, according to research that applied supercomputing to create an in-depth model of how groundwater will respond to warming. By Daniel Stolte | University of Arizona Communications   Depletion of groundwater will be more disruptive to vegetation, streams and rivers in the eastern U.S. than […]

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                Metro Phoenix cities don’t have equal access to water. See how your city stacks up.

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                The Central Arizona Project aqueduct system, shown meandering west of Phoenix, diverts Colorado River water to cities, farms and tribes in Central and Southern Arizona. /Ross D. Franklin / The Associated Press 2010 By Joshua Bowling | Arizona Republic Where water flows, development follows. The Hohokam long ago carved canals through the Phoenix area to […]

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                State lawmakers and industry talk water stewardship

                Posted by   2 weeks ago

                By Victoria Harker | Chamber Business News Representatives from Arizona’s most sustainable companies — Microsoft, Intel, Arizona Public Service, Ewing Irrigation, Salt River Project and others — met with legislative leaders at the state Capitol last week to talk about the state’s water supply and how to protect it for future development.  Businesses will continue […]

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                  Dealmaker View All →

                  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: $6.17 M Buyer: CP WSB-20 LLC  Seller: Walgreen Arizona Drug Co. Property Type: Commercial Property Size: 14949 SQ FT Location: 2707 W Carefree Hwy Phoenix, Arizona APN: 204-02-008 Financing: Cash To view […]

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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: $15MBuyer: 9185 East Desert Cove, LLC Seller: Desert Flower Owner, LLC Property Type: Assisted Living Property Size: 142,000 SQ FTLocation: 9185 East Desert Cove, Scottsdale APN: 217-25-575 – 577 Financing: New loan, conventional To view […]

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                  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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