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Group aiming to legalize recreational cannabis submits signatures; a ‘tremendous opportunity,’ says RLG Partner and Cannabis Department Director Adam Trenk

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By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal A citizens initiative aiming at legalizing cannabis for adult use in Arizona filed 420,000 signatures with the Arizona Secretary of State Wednesday, more than the 237,645 required signatures to get the initiative on the November ballot. “Arizonans are ready to legalize cannabis, and this is the right policy […]

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Meet the 2020 Phoenix Business Journal class of 40 Under 40

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RLG Founder and President Jordan Rose was honored by Phoenix Business Journal as an inaugural member of the 40 Under 40 Hall of Fame in 2018. By Patrick O’Grady | Phoenix Business Journal Leaders are needed in tough times, and this year’s class of 40 Under 40 from the Phoenix Business Journal shows there is […]

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How Smart & Safe Arizona Act allows cities to prohibit recreational marijuana establishments, by Adam Trenk, RLG partner and director of cannabis, hemp departments

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By Adam Trenk and Madelaine Bauer | Rose Law Group Reporter As the world starts to emerge from the COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis, with the dispensing of medical marijuana deemed essential, recreational marijuana entrepreneurs are waiting in the wings for the legalization of marijuana in Arizona. The Smart & Safe Arizona Act (the “Act”) is on […]

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Supreme Court rules CFPB structure unconstitutional; RLG corporate attorney Shruti Gurudanti comments

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By Mike Albanese | DS News The Supreme Court ruled Monday that the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is unconstitutional, but it can keep operating under new rules. “The CFPB’s single-Director configuration is also incompatible with the structure of the Constitution, which—with the sole exception of the Presidency—scrupulously avoids concentrating power in […]

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Arizona Gov. Ducey orders bars, gyms and theaters to close at 8 p.m. tonight; large gatherings restricted, school start delayed; RLG Founder Jordan Rose comments

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By Maria Polletta | The Republic Facing mounting pressure to respond to Arizona’s ballooning COVID-19 numbers, Gov. Doug Ducey on Monday announced he would again shut down bars, gyms and theaters in Arizona.  His forthcoming executive order, which also will cover water parks and tubing, is expected to take effect at 8 p.m. It will not […]

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Researchers propose health safety grading system for restaurants amid COVID

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(Disclosure: RLG represents HealthyVerify Certification.) By Laura Gillespie | Houston Business Journal With restaurants initially shuttering amid the coronavirus pandemic — and then reopening, despite spiking cases — Rice University Texas Policy Lab epidemiologists in Houston are proposing creating a Covid-19 grading system akin to health department inspections. In a paper authored by E. Susan […]

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HealthyVerify assists Phoenix Rising’s safe return to soccer

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(Disclosure: RLG represents HealthyVerify Certification.) By Briar Napiar | The Republic Phoenix Rising FC General Manager Bobby Dulle admitted as such: A perfect way to return to sports doesn’t exist. COVID-19 can’t be defeated by pumping goals past a ‘keeper or by outrunning its defenses. For sports, where competition is its lifeblood and what captivates billions to […]

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Ducey urges more caution as Arizona cases rise: ‘You are safer at home’

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By Danny Shapiro | KTAR    Gov. Doug Ducey urged Arizonans to take more caution Thursday as coronavirus cases continue to rise throughout the state. The Republican governor doubled down on his call to wear a mask in public, urged Arizonans to stay at home and to limit social gatherings. Governor Ducey June 25, 2020: “The […]

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    CRE in the time of COVID

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    Tempe Town Lake. / Photo by Mike Mertes, AZRE / AZBigMedia By RaeAnne Marsh | InBusiness Phoenix Real estate has always been a major part of our economy. And, as a lagging indicator whose thread weaves through businesses of every type, size and sector, it is also the perfect instrument with which to take the […]

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    Senators introduce tax credit to revitalize distressed homes

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    By Donna Kimura | Affordable Housing Finance Sens. Ben Cardin (D-Md.) and Rob Portman (R-Ohio) have introduced legislation to create a tax credit that would encourage the revitalization of distressed single-family homes. The Neighborhood Homes Investment Act (NHIA) is based on the low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) and New Markets Tax Credit. These longtime programs […]

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    12 housing markets struggling the most with sales

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    By Paul Centopani | National Mortgage News The month of May posted a record number of pending home sales, as many parts of the country began reopening and mortgage rates dipped to all-time lows. However, not every housing market experienced a boom in contract signings. Data from May 7 through June 6 showed pending sales dropped annually in […]

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    Ranking Arizona: Top 10 green builders for 2020

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    Above: The leadership team from CORE Construction./AZBigMedia Ranking Arizona | AZBigMedia Here are the Top 10 green builders in Arizona, based on public voting for the 2020 edition of Ranking Arizona, the state’s biggest and most comprehensive business opinion poll. Ranking Arizona is based purely on opinion and ranks companies based on how voters answer […]

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    Non-profits, city partner to add PHX housing

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    By Colleen Sparks | North Central News The city of Phoenix, non-profit organizations and developers are teaming up to address the critical need for affordable housing, an issue exacerbated by financial struggles people are facing due to the COVID-19 crisis. Experts say incomes have not been keeping pace with increasing rents in North Central Phoenix […]

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    Sales strong for Lennar in Cadence at Gateway

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    MARK SKALNYLennar is building homes in Cadence at Gateway, a master-planned community on 444 acres at Ellsworth and Ray in Mesa./Queen Creek Independent Independent Newsmedia | Queen Creek Independent Harvard Investments, an Arizona-based real estate investment and development company, reported that progress at Cadence at Gateway continues to exceed expectations in their newly opened Phase […]

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    Check out Phoenix’s newest (and popular) housing submarket

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    By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The opening of the new Loop 202 / South Mountain Freeway connecting the East and West Valleys has birthed a new housing submarket that is attracting buyers’ and builders’ attention. The areas is located south of Laveen off the new freeway near Elliott Road and Carver Mountain. […]

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    Latest updates on cities around Arizona and their operations during the virus chaos

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    By Rose Law Group Reporter Staff As Covid-19 still remains a reality in Arizona, cities and municipalities have all responded in various ways to the virus. Public meetings, developmental and other city services are all effected by rapidly changing rules and policies that can possibly affect us business for the unknown future. Every city and […]

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      Latest updates on cities around Arizona and their operations during the virus chaos

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      By Rose Law Group Reporter Staff As Covid-19 still remains a reality in Arizona, cities and municipalities have all responded in various ways to the virus. Public meetings, developmental and other city services are all effected by rapidly changing rules and policies that can possibly affect us business for the unknown future. Every city and […]

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      9 AZ cities among Top 20 in U.S. bouncing back most

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      AZ Business Magazine | AZBigMedia The latest jobs report shows the national unemployment rate at 13.3%, which is below the peak of 14.7% during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. To provide more context at the city level, WalletHub today released its report on the Cities Whose Unemployment Rates Are Bouncing Back Most, as a follow-up to its […]

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      Sen. Martha McSally, Rep. Ruben Gallego react to alleged Russian bounty on American troops

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      U.S. soldiers in Wardak province, central Afghanistan, in 2019. /Photo: Thomas Watkins/AFP via Getty Images By Yvonne Wingett Sanchez and Ronald J. Hansen | Arizona Republic President Donald Trump looks on during an American Workforce Policy Advisory Board Meeting in the East Room of the White House in Washington, June 26, 2020. Sen. Martha McSally most […]

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      Incoming Tempe Mayor Corey Woods tests positive for COVID-19

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      ABC 15 By Paulina Pineda | Arizona Republic Tempe Mayor-elect Corey Woods has tested positive for the new coronavirus just days before he is set to take office. Woods, who will be sworn in as the city’s new mayor on Thursday, announced on Facebook that he had contracted a minor case of the virus and was […]

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      Latest updates on cities around Arizona and their operations during the virus chaos

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      By Rose Law Group Reporter Staff As Covid-19 still remains a reality in Arizona, cities and municipalities have all responded in various ways to the virus. Public meetings, developmental and other city services are all effected by rapidly changing rules and policies that can possibly affect us business for the unknown future. Every city and […]

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      Vice President Mike Pence to visit Phoenix Wednesday as Arizona grapples with COVID-19 surge

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      By Yvonne Wingett Sanchez | The Republic Vice President Mike Pence will travel to Phoenix on Wednesday, continuing his tour of the nation’s new coronavirus hotspots in an effort to calm growing concerns that leaders in Washington and Arizona have bungled their response to the crisis.  Dr. Deborah Birx, a respected medical voice and member […]

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      Charges dropped against Fountain Hills restaurant owner cited for allowing on-site dining

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      By Lorraine Longhi | The Republic Charges have been dropped against a Fountain Hills restaurant owner accused of allowing on-site dining in violation of Gov. Doug Ducey’s executive order. Merita Kraja, who owns Euro Pizza Café in Fountain Hills, had allowed patrons to dine on the restaurant’s premises on at least two instances in March, according to a Maricopa County […]

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      Mesa looks for contractors, engineers for board posts

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      By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The city of Mesa is looking for contractors and engineers to potentially serve on the city’s Building Board of Appeals. The board hears appeals made by property owners and others to decisions made by the Mesa Fire Marshal and Buildings Safety Director. The Building Board of Appeals […]

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        Petitions delivered for vote to legalize recreational marijuana in state

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        Employees of Petition Partners deliver paperwork Wednesday with about 430,000 signatures to put a measure on the November ballot to legalize the recreational use of marijuana by adults. /Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via PinalCentral Backers of a campaign to legalize recreational use of marijuana submitted about 420,000 signatures […]

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        Scottsdale Councilman Guy Phillips says he won’t resign following backlash to ‘I can’t breathe’ comments

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        Scottsdale Councilman Guy Phillips/Screengrab video By Lorraine Longhi | Arizona Republic Scottsdale Councilman Guy Phillips said Tuesday he will not resign his seat following backlash after last week hosting a protest against mask-wearing requirements, during which he said, “I can’t breathe,” to the crowd. Those words were spoken by George Floyd moments before he died […]

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        A Sun Belt time bomb threatens Trump’s reelection

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        Photo: Al Drago/Bloomberg/Getty Images Rising Covid-19 caseloads in Florida, Arizona and Texas raise fresh doubts about the president’s reelection prospects.  By Natasha Korecki and Marc Caputo | POLITICO The explosion of Covid-19 cases in Sun Belt states is becoming another albatross for President Donald Trump’s reelection hopes — and creating a new opening for Joe […]

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        McSally, other vulnerable 2020 GOPers on board for public lands bill

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        Grand Canyon By Jacob Fischler | Arizona Mirror Endangered Republican senators such as Arizona’s Martha McSally provided key backing for the public lands bill the U.S. Senate passed June 17, a possible indication the issue holds increasingly bipartisan appeal. The legislation would provide $9.5 billion over five years to pay down the National Park Service’s […]

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        Maricopa County attorney candidate apologizes for using racial slur

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        Robert McWhirter By Lauren Castle | Arizona Republic A Democratic candidate running for Maricopa County attorney apologized during a recent forum for using a racial slur while teaching a legal class in 2018. Several advocacy groups, including Black Lives Matter Metro Phoenix, Mass Liberation Project Arizona, LUCHA, Trans Queer Pueblo and Poder in Action, hosted […]

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        Candidates for Maricopa County attorney weigh in on racism in the justice system

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        By Lauren Castle | Arizona Republic The death penalty. The school-to-prison pipeline. Mass incarceration.  During a recent forum on the treatment of people of color in the criminal justice system, the three democratic candidates for Maricopa County attorney discussed their positions on a number of key issues.  As county attorney, they would have the power […]

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        Democratic suit challenging Arizona’s ballot order laws dismissed by District Court judge

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        Arizona Democratic Presidential Primary March 2020 AZ Law A Democratic suit challenging Arizona’s ballot order statute was dismissed Thursday by U.S. District Court Judge Diane Humetewa.  The judge stated that the plaintiffs did not have standing to challenge the statute. The plaintiffs were composed of three voters and three Democratic organizations – the Democratic National Committee, […]

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        Legislator says cities can’t set own election dates

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        By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media  A new legal fight is brewing over the ability of cities to set their own election dates. Sen. J.D. Mesnard, R-Chandler, is asking Attorney General Mark Brnovich to investigate whether Tucson’s odd-year elections violate a 2018 state law. That statute says if turnout in those off-year events falls below […]

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          Arizona cities with the highest shares of families with kids

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          AZ Business Magazine | AZBigMedia Parents were the unsung, multi-tasting heroes of the lockdown period. One can only imagine how it is to juggle the job, parenting, and homeschooling in these past few months. And the burden was probably heavier on single parents. There are 33.4 million families with children under 18 in the U.S., and […]

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          Former County Assessor Paul Petersen pleads guilty to welfare fraud in international adoption scheme

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          Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen leaves the Matheson courthouse in Salt Lake City with this attorney Scott Williams,/Scott Winterton/Deseret News By Robert Anglen | Arizona Republic  Former Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen pleaded guilty Thursday to welfare fraud and forgery connected to an international adoption scheme he operated in Arizona, Utah and Arkansas. Petersen, during […]

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          Unemployed parents see no refunds as child support overcharges continue, such mistakes common with DES, says RLG partner, Family Law director Kaine Fischer

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          By Laura Gómez | Arizona Mirror Every month Raymond Kingman has to pay $250 in child support, but the Arizona Department of Economic Security has been taking $275 a week in child support deductions from his unemployment pay. Since mid-March, when the downtown Tucson restaurant where he worked as a server closed and he lost […]

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          Fearful of covid-19, older people are changing their living wills

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          By Judith Graham | The Washington Post Last month, Minna Buck revised a document specifying her wishes should she become critically ill. “No intubation,” she wrote in large letters on the form, making sure to include the date and her initials. Buck, 91, had been following the news about covid-19. She knew her chances of […]

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          Banner Gateway treated 20 pregnant women in Paul Petersen’s adoption scheme without raising alarms

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          Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen leaves the Matheson courthouse in Salt Lake City with his attorney Scott Williams and another unidentified man on Nov. 15, 2019./Scott Winterton/Desert News By Robert Anglen | Arizona Republic  The staff at Mercy Gilbert Medical Center suspected the pregnant women were in trouble. They came in days apart, three in […]

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          A new Covid-19 crisis: Domestic abuse rises worldwide; Phoenix dealing with it, says Kaine Fisher, RLG partner, director Family Law

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          Steve Benson Amanda Taub | New York Times Add another public health crisis to the toll of the new coronavirus: Mounting data suggests that domestic abuse is acting like an opportunistic infection, flourishing in the conditions created by the pandemic. There was every reason to believe that the restrictions imposed to keep the virus from […]

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          Breaking up and social distancing; a precarious time, says Kaine Fisher, RLG partner, director of Family Law

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          It’s been a major mind shift, having to be alone in a half empty house with holes from where his stuff was,” Leah, a newly single IT manager, told us./ Malte Mueller Getty Inages Social distancing makes splitting up extra hard. We asked therapists (and the newly single) how to cope with the coronavirus pandemic […]

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          A high-stakes divorce illustrates how the rich play real-estate tug of war; RLG family attorney Audra Petrolle comments

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          By Candace Taylor | Wall Street Journal In 2011, Texas financier Wilbur Edwin “Ed” Bosarge and his wife of 22 years, Marie Bosarge, used a trust to buy, for about $45 million, a flat on Belgrave Square in London, an area nicknamed “Billionaire Square.” Mrs. Bosarge said she then set about decorating the home with […]

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            McSally, other vulnerable 2020 GOPers on board for public lands bill

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            Grand Canyon By Jacob Fischler | Arizona Mirror Endangered Republican senators such as Arizona’s Martha McSally provided key backing for the public lands bill the U.S. Senate passed June 17, a possible indication the issue holds increasingly bipartisan appeal. The legislation would provide $9.5 billion over five years to pay down the National Park Service’s […]

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            Sunday Feature: San Pedro River, squeezed by growing population, is subject of two lawsuits

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            “One of the biggest threats to it (the river) is groundwater pumping”  The San Pedro River is at the center of two lawsuits filed by Arizona environmental groups in the hopes of better regulating groundwater pumping and livestock grazing./Photo of courtesy Sandy Bahr/ The Sierra Club’s Grand Canyon Chapter By Madison Staten | Cronkite News […]

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            SUP amendment OK’d for Navajo County solar facility

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            By Tasha Anderson | AZBEX Global energy storage developer, Invenergy LLC, is requesting a Special Use Permit Amendment from Navajo County in order to construct a 400 MW photovoltaic solar and energy storage facility south of Joseph City, called Hashknife Energy Center.  The Special Use Permit Amendment, which was recommended for approval at the Navajo County Planning and Zoning Commission meeting on […]

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            Senate passes major public lands bill

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            The Great American Outdoors Act will fix crumbling national park infrastructure and permanently support the popular Land and Water Conservation Fund. Visitors Thursday at Yosemite National Park in California./Ezra Shaw/Getty Images By Chris D’Angelo | Huffpost In a rare display of bipartisanship, the U.S. Senate has passed a sweeping public lands package that both addresses […]

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            University of California divests from fossil fuels, puts $1 billion into clean energy

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            University of California President Janet Napolitano, shown in a file photo, announced the divestment in May. Her statement praised UC’s sustainability efforts, including the university’s goal to be carbon-neutral in five years. /Photo by Gage Skidmore/Flickr Bree Florence | Cronkite News Student activism has shaped history in powerful ways, and college students have gained traction recently on […]

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            Engineering ‘marvel’ Central Arizona Project: A 35-year-old economic powerhouse

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            Central Arizona Project water from the Colorado River flows next to a cantaloupe field near the Pinal County community of Maricopa. / Mike Christy / Arizona Daily Star 2018 By Victoria Harker | Chamber Business News Arizona’s engineering masterpiece, the Central Arizona Project (CAP), is celebrating 35 years of delivering Colorado River water to the […]

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            Nikola ‘laser-focused’ on hydrogen station buildout, truck production

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            The hydrogen-electric Nikola TRE (means three in Norwegian) has 500 to 1,000 HP, 6×4 or 6×2 configurations and a range of 500 to 1,200 kilometers depending on options./ AZBigMedia By Jeff Gifford | Phoenix Business Journal The strong reception Nikola Corp. has gotten on the stock market since going public last week is heartening and […]

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            Industrial gas manufacturer moves headquarters to Peoria, plans to hire 400

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            By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal Taronis Fuels Inc. said Monday it will move its headquarters from Phoenix to Peoria and create an advanced manufacturing facility in the West Valley city. The company, which distributes industrial gases and welding supplies in global markets under the MagneGas brand, will employ between 50 and 75 people […]

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              Group aiming to legalize recreational cannabis submits signatures; a ‘tremendous opportunity,’ says RLG Partner and Cannabis Department Director Adam Trenk

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              By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal A citizens initiative aiming at legalizing cannabis for adult use in Arizona filed 420,000 signatures with the Arizona Secretary of State Wednesday, more than the 237,645 required signatures to get the initiative on the November ballot. “Arizonans are ready to legalize cannabis, and this is the right policy […]

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              Petitions delivered for vote to legalize recreational marijuana in state

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              Employees of Petition Partners deliver paperwork Wednesday with about 430,000 signatures to put a measure on the November ballot to legalize the recreational use of marijuana by adults. /Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via PinalCentral Backers of a campaign to legalize recreational use of marijuana submitted about 420,000 signatures […]

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              How Smart & Safe Arizona Act allows cities to prohibit recreational marijuana establishments, by Adam Trenk, RLG partner and director of cannabis, hemp departments

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              By Adam Trenk and Madelaine Bauer | Rose Law Group Reporter As the world starts to emerge from the COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis, with the dispensing of medical marijuana deemed essential, recreational marijuana entrepreneurs are waiting in the wings for the legalization of marijuana in Arizona. The Smart & Safe Arizona Act (the “Act”) is on […]

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              Peoria resident heads Mint Dispensary operations

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              By Philip Haldiman | Peoria Independent The Mint Dispensary has launched a contest in search of the best cannabis-infused creations. This is one of many things the medical marijuana dispensary has done to distinguish itself from the other legal peddlers of medical greenery out there. Raul Molina, a Peoria resident and chief operating officer and […]

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              Tempe cannabis firm expects more than $67M from sale of California assets

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              By Jeff Gifford | Phoenix Business Journal Harvest Health & Recreation Inc. says it will pocket $61.5 million in stock and cash after completing the initial closing of its divestment of assets in California, with another $6 million expected after a second closing. The Tempe-based medical marijuana company will receive $1.5 million in cash and […]

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              DISPENSARY DISTANCING – Legal extent of rights to access of medical marijuana debated in Paradise Valley

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              By Melissa Rosequist | Paradise Valley Independent A public hearing on a potential amendment to the Town of Paradise Valley’s medical marijuana dispensary regulations ordinance has been continued five times since June 2019. Town Attorney Andrew Miller says there is no rush to make changes to the regulations, compounded by the COVID-19 matter and budget […]

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              Tempe asked to lift size restrictions on medical marijuana cultivation facilities

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              By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The Tempe City Council is looking at lifting restrictions on the size of medical marijuana cultivation facilities. Tempe currently limits cannabis grow facilities to 25,000 square feet. The Tempe Council is being asked to lift that size limit completely. Phoenix and Scottsdale also do not limit the […]

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              Valley cannabis firm’s national expansion plans in full bloom

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              By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal Medical marijuana dispensaries in Arizona have seen a huge increase in demand in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic during the past few weeks. While dispensaries are considered an essential service and have promised to stay open for medical marijuana patients, demand is well above typical levels. Read […]

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                Phoenix seeks to improve wastewater plant

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                By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The Phoenix City Council is slated to vote today on a $5.4 million engineering contract as part of construction and operational improvements at the city’s 91st Avenue Wastewater Treatment Plant. City staff is recommending the contract go to Arcadis U.S. Inc.  There were five engineering firms bidding […]

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                Tempe-based firm wins contract for Peoria water plant design

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                Peoria Independent As growth and development has continued in north Peoria, the need for more water infrastructure has also increased. The Peoria City Council recently approved a contract in the amount of $3.4 million for Tempe-based Wilson Engineers to design an expansion to the Jomax Water Reclamation Facility, near Jomax Road and 123rd Avenue. The […]

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                Sunday Feature: San Pedro River, squeezed by growing population, is subject of two lawsuits

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                “One of the biggest threats to it (the river) is groundwater pumping”  The San Pedro River is at the center of two lawsuits filed by Arizona environmental groups in the hopes of better regulating groundwater pumping and livestock grazing./Photo of courtesy Sandy Bahr/ The Sierra Club’s Grand Canyon Chapter By Madison Staten | Cronkite News […]

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                Johnson Utilities directed to begin Pecan Water Reclamation Plant expansion

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                Independent Newsmedia | Queen Creek Independent Johnson Utilities LLC is to begin work on the Pecan Water Reclamation Facility phase 4 expansion and influent pump station and headworks replacement projects, the Arizona Corporation Commission has decided. Pecan Water Reclamation Plant phase 4 is to cost approximately $18 million and will expand the capacity at the […]

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                State leaders discuss major water challenges

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                By Suzanne Adams-Ockrassa | Casa Grande Dispatch CASA GRANDE — Finding a solution to Arizona’s water problems is going to take input from everyone, according to panelists at the University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center’s annual conference. That includes state, federal and local governments, the public, environmental organizations, agriculture and business and may require […]

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                Engineering ‘marvel’ Central Arizona Project: A 35-year-old economic powerhouse

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                Central Arizona Project water from the Colorado River flows next to a cantaloupe field near the Pinal County community of Maricopa. / Mike Christy / Arizona Daily Star 2018 By Victoria Harker | Chamber Business News Arizona’s engineering masterpiece, the Central Arizona Project (CAP), is celebrating 35 years of delivering Colorado River water to the […]

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                Study says Phoenix reservoirs are resilient to warming

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                By Ian James | The Republic Scientists have found that climate change is playing a big role in shrinking the flow of the Colorado River, but recent research suggests Arizona’s reservoirs on the Salt and Verde rivers could fare better as temperatures continue to rise.  The findings back the assurances of water managers at Salt River Project that […]

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                Preliminary OK for Little Colorado dam proposals worries plan’s critics

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                By Ellie Borst/Cronkite News Federal regulators have given a Phoenix company the green light to study a hydropower project for the Little Colorado River, what opponents fear is a first step toward “destroying incredibly rare, beautiful, sacred resources.”The OK last week from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission came despite a slew of concerns about the project’s […]

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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: $10M Buyer:  Skyline Education, Inc. Seller:  DBM Skyline GR, LLC Property Type:  Charter School Property Size:  397,694 Sq. Ft. Location:   Gila River – 255 E. Riggs Rd. Chandler, AZ 85249 APN:  303-58-983 Financing: […]

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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:  $12.3M Buyer: Hillstone Restaurant Group, Inc. Seller: RSR Agri-Corp Inc. Property Type: Commercial Property Size:  46, 827 SQ FT. Location:  2650 E. Camelback Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85016 APN: 164-68-653 Financing: Conventional New […]

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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: $25.6M Buyer: AMFP IV Tides On Mill LLC c/o Abacus Capital Group LLC Seller: Tides On Mill Owner, LLC Property Type: Commercial Property Size: 321,429 SQ FT Location:  5101 S. Mill Avenue Tempe, AZ […]

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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: $6.17 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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