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Arizona Republic reporter’s cellphones snatched in interview with restaurant operator By Kathy Tulumello | Arizona Republic  A restaurant operator grabbed an Arizona Republic reporter’s cellphones Thursday, abruptly ending an interview about the woman’s new venue and her trail of closed restaurants. Frank Giola-Frank Capri/Submitted photo Tawny Costa, the operator of Parma Italian Roots, took the phones, with […]

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SouthBridge Two: Scottsdale City Council approves mixed-use project

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By Melissa Rosequist | Daily Independent In a split 4-3 Scottsdale City Council vote, Spring Creek Development’s polarizing project known as SouthBridge Two has been approved to redevelop a swath of Old Town real estate. The council’s vote came during its Dec. 4 meeting at City Hall, 3939 N. Drinkwater Blvd., with a number community members […]

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Southbridge II, an Old Town project decades in the making, approved

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Old Town Scottsdale canal location of Southbridge 2.0. / File photo Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Spring Creek Development By Paulina Pineda and Lorraine Longhi | Arizona Republic Fred Unger’s vision for the Canals of Scottsdale would have transformed the city’s waterfront into something akin to the San Antonio Riverwalk, but was rejected by voters 20 […]

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Rose Law Group Reporter Hero: Ahwatukee student aids starving ASU students

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Lindsay Pacheco helps to run Arizona State University’s Pitchfork Pantry.//Special to AFN By Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothills News While many of her fellow Ahwatukee residents were busy shopping for today’s meal, Lindsay Pacheco’s mind to a large extent was where it has been for a while – collecting food for her classmates. The Arizona […]

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Dreamer-inspired musical AMERICANO! places billboards in Times Square

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Broadway World Americano! – a groundbreaking, true-story musical on the life of a Dreamer debuting in Phoenix in January- has launched new billboards in New York’s Times Square. The Americano! billboards are being seen on two of Times Square’s most iconic sign locations- the Nasdaq sign, the world’s most famous billboard and the Thomson Reuters […]

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Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose among ‘Arizona Jewish Life’’s Tikkun Olam Top 10

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By Mala Blomquist | Arizona Jewish Life Whether they are called unsung heroes, influencers, or change makers, there are certain people in the community who seem to make a difference in everything with which they become involved. People are drawn to their confident energy and the positive impact they create. Tikkun olam is defined by […]

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New Phoenix, dreamer-inspired musical Americano! Takes unusual step placing billboards in New York’s Time Square

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Americano! billboard, Times Square. / Submitted photo (Editor’s note: News releases are published as submitted unless there are errors of fact.)  True-life story of a Dreamer debuts January 29that The Phoenix Theatre Company (PHOENIX & NEW YORK) — Americano! — a groundbreaking, true-story musical on the life of a Dreamer debuting in Phoenix in January— […]

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    Residential plans put forward in North Scottsdale

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    Submitted illustration By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Sonora West Development Inc. has put forward plans in Scottsdale to develop 20 acres at Happy Valley Road and 92nd Street. Scottsdale-based Sonora West wants to build a new luxury residential subdivision called Solitude on 20 acres. The builder is asking the city of Scottsdale […]

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    Navajo Gaming nearing Flagstaff after purchase of new property

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    Horsemen Lodge Steakhouse was recently purchased by the Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise, which has leased the space back to the previous owners to continue operating the restaurant. / Kaitlin Olson / Arizona Daily Star By Kaitlin Olson | Arizona Daily Star Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise is expanding toward Flagstaff with its recent purchase of 14 […]

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    Glendale to bring Portillo’s, Lou Malnati’s and more in 2020

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    Daily Independent Glendale is getting ready to welcome four restaurants that are well-known at other cities in the Valley, adding to the food choices in the northwest. Since the opening of Arrowhead BMW, Glendale’s Arrowhead neighborhood has seen a boost in development, a release states. In recent months, it’s all about the food. Several new […]

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    Goodyear residents want Trader Joe’s, city launches campaign

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    Daily Independent The residents of Goodyear have spoken, and now the city is following suit. When you think of Goodyear, what comes to mind? An emerging city that’s one of the fastest growing in Maricopa County with companies choosing to locate there, including Amazon, Microsoft, and Nike? But what’s missing? According to Goodyear residents, it’s […]

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    Renovations to bring Class A office space to downtown Chandler

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    By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter A downtown Chandler office building is slated to get a $5 million renovation and will be upgraded to Class A status. George Oliver Companies (25 Arizona Place LLC) has purchased the Class B office property and adjoining parking garage at Arizona Place and Boston Street in downtown […]

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    Open space, timelines, Mid-Century modern design plans submitted for Scottsdale Entrada project

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    Entrada rendering. / File photo By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Banyan Residential has submitted more plans for its big Entrada redevelopment at McDowell Road and 64th Street in south Scottsdale. The Santa Monica, California-based builder says it will likely take 10 years to redevelop the 33.4-acre site and has outlined ‘Mid-Century Modern’ […]

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    Sedona revises code on short-term rentals

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    Twitter By Ron Eland | Sedona Red Rock News The Sedona City council did a little winter house­keeping regarding one of the most talked about topics in the community. On Tuesday, Nov. 26, council voted unanimously to approve a resolution and ordinance revising the city’s code on short-term vacation rentals.  “This has been a work […]

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    Paradise Valley continues to grapple with short-term rental prevalence, mitigation

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    Paradise Valley Councilman Mark Stanton, who is employed as the Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce president and CEO, faced questions about his position on short-term rentals during a Dec. 5 meeting. / Photo by Arianna Grainey / Scottsdale Independent By Melissa Rosequist | Scottsdale Independent While discussing adopting a new ordinance in the ongoing effort to […]

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      Los Angeles bans developers from making campaign donations

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      Twitter In the midst of a housing crisis, L.A. politicians have decided to limit their own incentives to allow more housing construction. By Christian Britschgi | Reason In the midst of an affordable housing crisis, Los Angeles politicians have decided to reduce their own incentives to approve more development. On Wednesday, the city council voted unanimously to […]

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      Q&A: Sierra Vista Economic Development Director Tony Boone

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      Tony Boone By Timothy J. Woods | Herald Review Col. Tony Boone, who was formerly the Garrison Commander on Fort Huachuca, retired from the U.S. Army in 2017 and immediately stepped into his current role as economic development director for the City of Sierra Vista. Boone sat down with the Herald/Review this week to discuss […]

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      Chandler to vote on new rules for scooters

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      By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The Chandler City Council is scheduled to vote today on new rules for electric scooters. The proposed Chandler ordinance would allow the popular scooters on sidewalks and bike lanes outside of the downtown area as well as on residential streets when bike lanes are not present. The […]

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      New Arizona poll shows Buttigieg, Biden in statistical tie with Trump

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      Buttigieg (left) and Biden shown a a Democrat debate./CNBC By KTAR.com A new poll of Arizona voters shows a statistical dead heat between Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana, former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump. According to an OH Predictive Insights poll released Monday, Trump leads the Indiana mayor 45%-43%, while […]

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      Opinion: Maricopa County should hold its nose and (gag) reinstate Assessor Paul Petersen

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      (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only.) By Laurie Roberts Arizona Republic  A county investigation shows Paul Petersen hasn’t neglected his official duties as tax assessor — largely because he doesn’t have many. Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen appears in court at the Matheson courthouse in Salt Lake City on Nov. 15, […]

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      ‘SNL’ takes us into the NATO cafeteria, with Trump and critics

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      Foreign leaders (Jimmy Fallon, Paul Rudd, James Corden) that were caught making fun of President Trump (Alec Baldwin) at the NATO summit continue their taunting in the cafeteria.

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      Ducey floats idea of not electing county assessors, treasurer

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      The treasure’s post has always been an elective office in Arizona. Doug Ducey was treasurer when ascended to the governorship. By Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services | Pinal Central  Gov. Doug Ducey said Friday that Arizona could do “just as well” without electing certain county officials, like the assessor. And he even conceded it may […]

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      Maricopa County report: Petersen performed county duties. Should suspension stand?

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      Paul Petersen at his Salt Lake City arraignment./Deseret News By Jessica Boehm | Arizona Republic  A report commissioned by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors to investigate embattled County Assessor Paul Petersen turned up little evidence of professional misconduct.  The Board of Supervisors suspended Petersen in October after he was arrested on a deluge of […]

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        These adoption experts have been trying to stop attorneys like Paul Petersen for decades

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        Maricopa County Attorney 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/Deseret News  By Jessica Boehm | Arizona Republic  Social worker Mary Jarman called a young adoption agent named Paul Petersen in the early 2000s to discuss adoption issues in […]

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        Arizona Department of Child Safety doesn’t give foster parents information needed to keep kids safe; new portal will help, says Rose Law Group family attorney, Audra Petrolle

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        By Dianna M. Nanez The Arizona Department of Child Safety isn’t giving foster parents the information they are legally entitled to, so they can properly care for children the state places in their homes, according to a state auditor general report.  Because DCS did not inform a foster parent of a child’s medical conditions, one child went […]

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        Records show Petersen’s firm planned Native adoption, raising legal questions

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        The Indian Child Welfare Act is a federal law enacted in 1978 to prevent removals of Native children from tribal communities and to protect the due process rights of American Indian parents. By Steven Hsieh | Phoenix New Times County Assessor Paul Petersen, who’s facing possible prison time for an adoption scheme involving pregnant Marshallese […]

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        County supervisors may suspend Paul Petersen after adoption scheme arrest

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        By Jessica Boehm and Robert Anglen | Arizona Republic  Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen has not resigned from his elected post, despite indictments in three states related to an alleged international adoption scheme.  But the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors may be inching closer to finding a way to forcibly remove him from the position […]

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        After a divorce, who gets the dog? Rose Law Group family attorney Audra Petrolle explains ‘furry friend’ options in Arizona

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        I recommend a petnup. By Steven Petrow | The New York Times “I have some good news,” my divorce lawyer told me during our second consultation in her downtown Durham, N.C., office. Before divulging it, she asked a question: “Are you willing to pay $16,000 for Zoe?” In our first meeting I’d explained to the lawyer, Milan […]

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        Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group Partner and Director Family Law Dept., talks to 3TV/CBS5 about more pending adoptions through Paul Petersen

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        Kaine Fisher with Brittni Thomason, talking Petersen adoptions. / 3tv By Brittni Thomason | azfamily The Superior Court in Maricopa County said it has learned of six more pending adoptions through Paul Petersen. The Maricopa County Assessor who’s in federal custody is accused of international adoption fraud. [VIDEO: Six pending adoptions tied to Maricopa County Assessor […]

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        [SUNDAY FEATURE] Marshallese adoptions fuel a lucrative practice for some lawyers

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        U.S. and Marshall Islands officials say the law clearly bars women from traveling to America to give up babies for adoption. But some attorneys are still taking advantage of lax oversight and willing families. By John Hill and Emily Dugdale | Civil Beat NOVEMBER 28, 2018 — In 2017, an Arizona attorney named Paul Petersen […]

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        Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group partner and director Family Law Dept., talks to NBC’s Oxygen network about Paul Petersen and red flags raised years ago

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        Paul Petersen / Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office / Oxygen Paul Petersen raised eyebrows over a decade ago when he allegedly arranged for a pregnant woman from the Marshall Islands to give birth in the U.S. By Dorian Geiger | Oxygen An Arizona public official remains behind bars following accusations he masterminded a human trafficking and […]

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          ACC Commissioner Burns considering end of monopolies for Arizona utilities

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          On Dec. 19, the commission will investigate ending utility monopolies in hopes of lowering customer bills. By Peter Samore | KTAR   Imagine utility companies fighting for your business instead of monopolies setting rates in Arizona. Sound too good to be true? Arizonans could choose contract lengths and types of energy like solar and wind. “Any […]

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          Regional News: Oil surge reshapes life in New Mexico

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          By Dan McKay | Albuquerque Journal  Carlsbad has ballooned to nearly triple its normal size since 2012. Roughly 75,000 people now live in the city, though the proliferation of RV parks and dormitory-style man camps makes estimating difficult. CARLSBAD – For a few months this year, David Davidson spent his days in an oil field, […]

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          Opinion: A power trip

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          Arizona Public Service wants customers to believe that growth and renewable energy are forcing it to ask for more money. But you shouldn’t believe what APS is selling about its rate increase.  APS says it needs a rate increase to match growth and renewable energy investments. That’s not the case. /Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto By Abhay […]

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          Regional News: Details of bold plan for customer-owner PG&E fix released with resounding support

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          More than 100 elected officials have signed onboard A street lamp is dark as a utility pole is seen in the background during a power outage in Sunol, Calif., on Oct. 10, 2019. Hundreds of thousands of Pacific Gas and Electric Company customers continued to be cutoff from electricity on a second day of the […]

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          Opinion: Arizona utility regulators finally want to get tough on APS? Here’s how to prove it.

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          Arizona’s corporation commissioners need to do more than just talk tough about Arizona Public Service. They need to get tough. Here are five ways to do it. By Laurie Roberts | Arizona Republic  (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only.) Are Arizona’s utility regulators finally ready to start acting like – dare I […]

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          APS CEO, staff to appear before Corporation Commission

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          By Dillon Rosenblatt | Arizona Capitol Times It took the former CEO of APS roughly 10 years to answer questions at the Arizona Corporation Commission and it’s taken less than one month for his successor to do the same.  Jeff Guldner, the current boss of APS – and its parent company Pinnacle West – has […]

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          Bruce Babbitt urges youth to address climate change

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          Fences with reporter in Q&A Bruce Babbitt By Andrew Nicla | Arizona Capitol Times Bruce Babbitt has nothing else to run for and nothing to lose from speaking his mind. The former Arizona governor and Interior secretary is calling on the state’s youth to organize and push for small and incremental local change to pressure […]

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          Kennedy: Haul in Pinnacle West board to answer for Brandt’s large consulting contract

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          By Jeremy Duda | Arizona Mirror Corporation Commissioner Sandra Kennedy wants Pinnacle West’s board of directors to explain why it gave a seven-figure consulting contract to recently retired CEO Don Brandt. The company’s board of directors on Nov. 4 approved a 12-month contract worth $1.75 million. According to a quarterly filing with the Securities and […]

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            Medical marijuana cultivation at Florence Junction OK’d

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            By Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder A medical marijuana cultivation and production center on 37 acres in the northwest corner of Florence Junction received a special use permit to operate Wednesday from the Pinal County Board of Supervisors. The supervisors will consider whether to renew the permit each year, and the applicant, Navel Land and […]

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            Farmers rushed into hemp. Now they face a glut.

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            Prices for the crops are falling, and some growers are struggling to unload their product Joel Haynes is looking to sell the bales of hemp he has grown this season, but he says buyers are trying to underpay sellers./Andrea Morales for the Wall Street Journal By Arian Campo-Flores and Cameron McWhirter | The Wall Street […]

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            Congress might finally give the cannabis industry access to banks with comments from Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner, director of Cannabis and Hemp departments

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            By Eric Boehm | Reason Congress passed its first ever standalone bipartisan marijuana legalization bill in 2019. The House of Representatives voted in September to approve the Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act, a bill that would allow state-legal marijuana businesses to access financial institutions without running afoul of federal law. Currently, nearly all […]

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            GOP lawmaker proposes slew of regulations on medical marijuana

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            By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services  via Arizona Capitol Times Saying he doesn’t trust the industry, a top Senate Republican wants an outright ban on the use of certain chemicals on the marijuana that Arizonans smoke, eat or drink.\ Majority Whip Sonny Borrelli said he appreciates that lawmakers last session finally approved a plan he […]

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            Borrelli again targets medical marijuana dispensary kitchens

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            By Dillon Rosenblatt | Arizona Capitol Times A state GOP senator wants to allow the Arizona Department of Health Services to inspect medical marijuana kitchens without giving notice and blames the marijuana industry for killing the same effort last session. Sen. Sonny Borrelli Sen. Sonny Borrelli, R-Lake Havasu City, introduced his first bill of the […]

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            Regional News: Say what? Some Utah farmers growing Trump and Cherry Blossom cannabis

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            By Amy Joi O’Donoghue | KSL  Who knew there are cannabis strains named Merlot, Cherry Blossom, Tokyo, and even Obama and Trump? Some of Utah’s farmers do, as they planted a few of these varieties during the 2019 growing season after industrial hemp was legalized across the country as a commodity by President Donald Trump […]

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            Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner, director of cannabis and hemp departments, talks to PBJ about the impact of legalizing recreational marijuana

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            If approved, legal recreational marijuana could cause big issues for Arizona employers in 2020 By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal Though a proposed initiative to get recreational marijuana on the November 2020 ballot in Arizona was designed with employers in mind, it’s not yet winning over a lot of converts. “The key difference between this […]

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            House panel OKs pot decriminalization, as poll shows support in Arizona

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            The House Judiciary Committee voted 24-10 on largely party lines to advance a sweeping marijuana reform bill that would decriminalize the drug, fund treatment and erase federal pot convictions since 1971, among other changes. /Photo by Wissam Melhem/Cronkite News By Heather Cumberledge and Wissam Melhem, | Cronkite News A House committee gave preliminary approval Wednesday […]

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              Leaked report discloses harm to San Pedro River caused by Fort Huachuca

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              The consultant’s report for Fort Huachuca was drafted nearly a decade ago but wasn’t disclosed until now. It predicts continued drying along multiple stretches of the San Pedro River./Mamta Popat / Arizona Daily Star File By Tony Davis | Arizona Daily Star   Groundwater pumping done by and caused by Fort Huachuca has already harmed the […]

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              In southeastern Arizona, farms drill a half-mile deep while families pay the price

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              Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Fondomonte By Ian James, and Rob O’Dell | Arizona Republic Richard Wilson was in his kitchen making coffee and getting ready for work one July morning when he heard his wife, Julie, call out from the shower.  She had just finished rinsing off when the water stopped.  “I started hollering for him: […]

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              In western Arizona, corporate megafarms turn water into profits, leaving small towns in the dust

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              Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Fondomonte By Rob O’Dell, and Ian James | Arizona Republic It was a triumph for the eight-man Salome High School football team. Clad in all green uniforms except for white helmets and socks, the Frogs smashed opponent Mayer 60-0 in front of a raucous homecoming crowd.  Everything for the Frogs […]

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              For decades, groundwater beneath Arizona’s big cities has been spared. That’s about to change

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              Central Arizona Project canal. / File Photo Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Fondomonte By Rob O’Dell, and Ian James | Arizona Republic While groundwater is rapidly falling in rural farming communities across Arizona, Phoenix, Tucson and other cities haven’t reached that desperate situation.  That’s because in the urban areas of the state — where there are rules limiting […]

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              These 7 industrial farm operations are draining Arizona’s aquifers, and no one knows exactly how much they’re taking

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              Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Fondomonte By Rob O’Dell, and Ian James | Arizona Republic The last time Regina Cobb traveled east of the Kingman airport toward the Peacock Mountains, the area was mostly unspoiled desert where cattle grazed on the sparse Mojave Desert vegetation.  She had driven up the dusty rural road to store a bighorn […]

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              Megafarms and deeper wells are draining the water beneath rural Arizona – quietly, irreversibly

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              Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Fondomonte By Ian James, and Rob O’Dell | Arizona Republic Vast expanses of lush green fields are multiplying in the Arizona desert, forming agricultural empires nourished with billions of gallons of groundwater in the otherwise parched landscape.  Arizona’s groundwater levels are plummeting in many areas. The problem is especially severe in […]

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              Politicians knew the inconvenient truth about the Colorado River 100 years ago — and ignored it

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              U.S. Geological Survey By Naveena Sadasivam | grist Earlier this year, the seven states that depend on the Colorado River made history. For the first time, Arizona, California, Utah, Nevada, Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico agreed to find ways to reduce the amount of water they draw from the river as levels drop further at […]

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              Arizona abandons controversial effort to manage Clean Water Act permit program

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              Fossil Creek in the Coconino National Forest in Arizona. /U.S. Forest Service via Flickr By Elizabeth Whitman | Phoenix New Times In a major reversal, the state of Arizona halted its efforts to take over a Clean Water Act program regulating dumping into streams, rivers, and other waterways, the Department of Environmental Quality announced December […]

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                The Dealmaker: 12/5/2019

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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 Scottsdale City Council approves Southbridge 2.0! Congratulations to Rose Law Group client Spring Creek Development and the Unger family on Scottsdale City Council approval of Southbridge 2.0! Complete […]

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                The Dealmaker: 12/4/2019

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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 Scottsdale City Council set to discuss SouthBridge 2 project. (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Spring Creek Development.) For years, Carter Unger has worked with the community to elevate […]

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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: $8,910,000Buyer: Stokes Family Properties Seller:  Kinsale Holdings, LLC et all  Property Type: Commercial Property Size: 193,917 SQ FTLocation: 8190, 8194 and 8248 West Deer Valley Road, Peoria   APN: 200-07-671 – 672Financing: Assumption of existing loans […]

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                The Dealmaker: 12/3/2019

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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 Lucid Motors electric vehicle plant could create nearly 5K jobs. “This investment could transform the economy of Pinal County and Casa Grande for years to come,” said Gov. […]

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                The Dealmaker: 12/2/2019

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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 Dan Gauthier, Rose Law Group transactional attorney handling many Opportunity Zone investments, talks tax benefits and O-Zone investments on ‘Doctor Money Matters’ podcast. As Dr. Money Matters notes: Dan […]

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                The Dealmaker: 11/27/2019

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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 Why Colorado’s largest bank partnered with the NBA to grow in Arizona. FirstBank President Ron Tilton talks with Business Journal about  teaming up with the Phoenix Suns and Mercury in […]

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                The Dealmaker: 11/25/2019

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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 SE Mesa area could generate 240K jobs. (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Hawes Crossing.) EVT looks into municipal musings concerning an economic development study under the city’s Inner Loop Master […]

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                The Dealmaker: 11/22/2019

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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 First look: Phoenix Suns unveil renderings of reimagined Talking Stick Resort Arena. (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents the Phoenix Suns.) Get the lowdown on the transformation and check […]

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