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America’s Best New Restaurants 2018

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By Andrew Knowlton  | bon appetit What sets these ten establishments apart from this year’s bazillion openings? The ability to take a timeless concept and turn it on its head. To cook the dishes your parents grew up on but make them your own. To serve the food you believe in without compromise. To make anyone who stumbles into your […]

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EPCOR: Johnson Utilities drinking water ‘on knife’s edge,’ buildings could explode

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  By Jake Kincaid | Casa Grande Dispatch Tensions between the Arizona Corporation Commission and Johnson Utilities escalated Tuesday when EPCOR representative Shawn Bradford delivered an update that shocked commissioners into taking more aggressive legal action against the utility. First, Bradford expressed concern from EPCOR, which has been appointed interim manager of the utility, that […]

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Relaxed fuel standards could jeopardize Arizona’s air quality; ‘huge issue in Phoenix area,’ says Court Rich, Rose Law Group partner and director of Renewable Energy Department

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  The state is opposing the Trump administration’s proposed changes over ozone pollution concerns By Zack Colman, E&E News | Scientific American The Trump administration’s plan to roll back federal car standards promises to be a major fight with California and other liberal states. But it’s also opposed by at least one state that voted for President […]

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[EXCLUSIVE] Important water ruling analyzed

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By Evan Bolick, Rose Law Group Litigator Yesterday the Arizona Supreme Court issued an important ruling relating to water rights.  Here’s a link to the opinion – and a brief summary of the highlights below. MAIN QUESTION – Is ADWR required to consider unquantified federal reserved water rights when determining the adequacy of developers’ water […]

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Scottsdale polo event ups ante heading into eighth year

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Luxury auto maker returns as title sponsor for fifth year By Patrick O’Grady | Phoenix Business Journal The Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championship is upping the stakes again this year, leveraging who may be the most famous player in the world to draw in more fans. The annual event, heading into its eighth year, is set for Nov. […]

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See who attended Phoenix Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 awards dinner and Jordan Rose with Hall of Famer, Trish Baer

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  Phoenix Business Journal Forty of the Valley’s most promising ‘rock star’ executives were honored Aug. 2 at the Phoenix Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 awards dinner. Some 400 attendees gathered at the sold-out event at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess hotel. The event was co-hosted by PBJ Editor in Chief Greg Barr and Mix 96.9FM radio personality Priscilla […]

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The full story of Mike Abatti’s enormous influence — over the desert’s Colorado River water, agriculture and energy — has never been told. Until now.

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ar from the highways of Los Angeles and the shipyards of San Diego, in California’s southeastern corner, nearly half a million acres of lush green farmland unfold in the middle of the bone-dry Sonoran Desert. Sprawling fields of lettuce and sugar beets and onions, irrigated by water from the Colorado River, brush up against the […]

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40 Under 40 Hall of Fame: Meet Jordan Rose, founder and president of Rose Law Group

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By Kourtney Balsan | Phoenix Business Journal Starting her law career with an idea on a napkin and an office in a storage closet, Jordan Rose now leads the largest women-led law firm in Arizona’s history — Rose Law Group PC. “It’s not about the size, but the quality of work,” said Rose, who is among the four […]

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    Pinal County Supervisors approve lower property tax rate

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    By Jake Kincaid | Arizona City Independent The tax rate for Pinal County will continue its downward trend as property valuations go up. The Pinal County Board of Supervisors set the primary property tax rate at $3.83 for the 2018-19 fiscal year. This brings the rate down from 2017-18 to the levels seen in 2016-17. […]

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    Mesa city manager wins award

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      East Valley Tribune Mesa city manager Chris Brady has received the Gabe Zimmerman Award as the Community Builder Honoree from the Center of the Future of Arizona. The award, created in spring 2011, recognizes non-elected public servants who contribute to their communities and civic life and collectively shape the future of Arizona. It was […]

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    Multifamily starts mixed in top 10 metros in H1 2018

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    Five of the markets see increases, five decreases in the first half of the year. By Symone Garvett | MFE Half of the top 10 metropolitan markets for commercial and multifamily construction starts showed increased activity during the first six months of this year compared with a year ago, says Dodge Data & Analytics, while the other […]

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    5 most affordable places for outdoor enthusiasts

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      Realtor Magazine How can you spot a town that is an outdoor haven? “If you see a lot of rugged vehicles with bike racks and hauling kayaks, that’s a telltale sign at the ground level that you’re in one of these places,” Chris Chesak, a travel consultant based in Cincinnati, told realtor.com®. “In an […]

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    U.S. housing market needs 6 million new homes

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      World Property Journal According to Zillow, one of the defining characteristics of the U.S. housing market in 2018 is the lack of available inventory, and much of this scarcity can be traced back to the lack of building following the bubble’s burst. Between 1985 and 2000, there were 3.9 permits issued for single-family homes […]

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    UA students to tackle Pima County’s eviction woes in new law school course

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      By Emily Bregel | Arizona Daily Star The problem of evictions in Pima County is so pronounced that a new civic-minded law course at the University of Arizona will focus on finding ways to prevent them, in a collaboration with Brigham Young University law students in Utah. Attorney Stacy Butler developed the Innovation for […]

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    Sedona firm looks at short-term rental issues

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    By Ron Eland | Sedona Red Rock News Short-term vacation rentals have been popular in the greater Sedona area for many years, even when it was illegal to do so. And while it’s not known how many were on the market back then, the data is almost as cloudy since the practice became legal more […]

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    July 2018 Tucson housing statistics released

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    Real Estate Daily News Below are some highlights from the Tucson Association of Realtors / MLS July Residential Sales Statistics: Total Sales Volume of $347,114,173 is down 15.91% from June’s number of $412,805,427 but is up 16.84% from last year. The Average Sales Price of $253,924 is a decrease of .2.01% from $259,137 in June. […]

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      2018 Elections View All →

      Scottsdale City Council candidates talk local threats to quality of life

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      By Terrance Thornton | Scottsdale Independent Local voters Tuesday, Nov. 6 will elect three people to Scottsdale City Council. This year’s election cycle will showcase the chase for three seats with those inhabiting those chairs today not quite ready to give up the local limelight. The incumbents are: Kathy Littlefield, David Smith and Linda Milhaven, […]

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      Litchfield Park City Council candidates

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      By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | West Valley View Seeking a fifth term, Mayor Thomas Schoaf is uncontested. Four candidates seek three city council seats: Paul Faith (incumbent), Lisa Brainard Watson, Kerry Marie Giangobbe and Tom Rosztoczy. For more information concerning upcoming elections, contact the Litchfield Park City Clerk’s office at 623-935-5033 or the Maricopa County Elections […]

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      Democratic Corporation Commission candidates trade barbs over energy policy

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      By Ryan Randazzo, | Arizona Republic The three Democrats hoping to win election and regulate utilities as part of the Arizona Corporation Commission took verbal jabs at each other Wednesday at a debate hosted by The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com. Republic reporter Mary Jo Pitzl, serving as moderator, asked the trio whether utility customers would […]

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      Arizonans got 78.3 million robocalls in June, part of a boom nationwide

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      By Bryan Pietsch | Cronkite News Robocalls skyrocketed for every area code in Arizona in the first half of this year, reaching 78.3 million calls in June alone, according to data compiled by a firm that sells call-blocking software. Related: Independent groups have spent $6 million in Arizona’s Senate race The Arizona spike mirrored a […]

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      Remove the G L from Glassman and you get … good publicity? 

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      By Ryan Randazzo | Arizona Republic Maybe the vandals are big “Seinfeld” fans. Or maybe the name Glassman is just too tempting to pass up. Either way, Corporation Commission candidate Rodney Glassman said he’s not too concerned with his campaign signs being defaced to refer to ideas he thought he kept between him and his wife — so […]

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      Meet the Apache Junction mayor, council candidates

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        By Bill Van Nimwegen | Apache Junction & Gold Canyon News The Apache Junction community had an opportunity to meet and hear candidates for Mayor and City Council last week at a forum held on Wednesday, August 8. Roadhaven Resort hosted the candidates in their impressive community center. Approximately 84 attended the forum in […]

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      Flagstaff City Council candidates sound off

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      By Adrian Skabelund | Arizona Daily Sun Editor’s note: This week, we’re looking at the Flagstaff City Council candidates in more detail, giving each a platform to talk about what matters to them. Austin Aslan For Austin Aslan, sustainability is more than simply a buzzword used when talking about the environment and it means a […]

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      Maricopa candidates discuss budget priorities, chamber cooperation

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      By Michelle Chance | InMaricopa Five of six city council candidates and a write-in contender discussed their platforms on city spending, senior services and economic development with Maricopa Chamber of Commerce members Thursday. The chamber’s monthly breakfast served as the third public debate for council candidates. A fee was required for entrance, and approximately 20 […]

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        Stop printing ballots in Spanish, Arizona candidate for secretary of state says

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        By Dustin Gardiner | Arizona Republic Steve Gaynor, a Republican running for Arizona secretary of state, said last weekend that the United States should stop printing ballots in any language other than English. He made his comments Aug. 11 during a GOP candidate forum in Wickenburg. Patriot Movement AZ, a right-wing protest group, posted a […]

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        Arguments in education tax on rich comes down to fine (percentage) points

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        By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times Calculating numbers for income tax return with pen and calculator The question of whether Arizonans get to vote on a tax hike on the wealthy to raise $690 million a year for education could depend on what a judge thinks of a math teacher’s […]

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        Shooter case investigators balk at release of details in their report

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        By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times The attorneys who handled the sex harassment investigation that resulted in the ouster of Rep. Don Shooter are balking at his bid to get the full report and all the documents used to prepare it. Letters obtained by Capitol Media Services show Gregory Falls, […]

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        Arizonans got 78.3 million robocalls in June, part of a boom nationwide

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        By Bryan Pietsch | Cronkite News Robocalls skyrocketed for every area code in Arizona in the first half of this year, reaching 78.3 million calls in June alone, according to data compiled by a firm that sells call-blocking software. Related: Independent groups have spent $6 million in Arizona’s Senate race The Arizona spike mirrored a […]

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        [OPINION] The M-word: Just how low will you go, Mr. Trump and Mr. Pence?

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          By Phil Riske | Senior Writer Short and sweet: Oh, the shame of boycotting the name of a dying public servant. President Trump Monday signed the John S. McCain Defense Authorization Act, which honors — or was supposed to honor — Arizona’s senior senator, who is struggling against brain cancer. In signing the bill […]

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        At defense bill signing, Donald Trump praises Martha McSally, but not John McCain

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          By Yvonne Wingett Sanchez | Arizona Republic President Donald Trump praised Rep. Martha McSally Monday, who is seeking the Republican nomination for the hotly contested U.S. Senate seat in Arizona. “I’ve gotten to know her very well, and she is terrific,” Trump said of McSally, after touting her resume as an Air Force veteran. McSally was one […]

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        Tweet retreat: Twitter purge trimmed lawmakers’ followers, impact small

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        By Dani Coble | Cronkite News When Twitter purged suspicious accounts last month, Arizona Sen. John McCain lost 210,000 followers overnight – but it barely made a dent for McCain, who still had almost 3.2 million followers. The changes were much the same for the rest of the Arizona delegation, although on a smaller scale, […]

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        Johnson Utilities violations sent to attorney general

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        By Jake Kincaid | PinalCentral The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality appears to be taking a harder line with Johnson Utilities. ADEQ has referred the company to the state attorney general because it has failed to comply with what is required regarding seven notices of violation and one non-compliance order in which the utility was […]

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          Family Law View All →

          Court rejects challenge to Native American law on adoptions

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          By Mary Jo Pitzl | The Republic The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has dismissed a case challenging a federal law that requires Native American children removed from their parents to be placed with a Native family. The court’s ruling comes in a case brought by the Goldwater Institute on behalf of several Arizona couples […]

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          Jilted husband wins multi-million lawsuit after suing wife’s boyfriend; some of Arizona law prohibits such suits, notes Rose Law Group attorney Audra Petrolle

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          Man wins $8 million after suing over wife’s affair A Texas man’s affair with a North Carolina man’s wife will cost him nearly $9 million dollars after the husband sued, citing an obscure law. Durham County Superior Court judge Orlando Hudson awarded BMX stunt show owner, Kieth King, more than $2.2 million in compensatory damages, […]

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          Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group partner and director of Family Law Department, talks to ‘AZ Big Media’ about selfies and divorce

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          AZ Big Media When we think of family law and divorce, we may think of everything from bitter bickering over who gets the house to battles over child support. However, something we might not consider, but we need to, is the role technology could play in your case. “That’s the first thing I think of, that […]

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          How old is old enough to get married?

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          States are raising the age of consent to protect children from forced marriage. No state has gone as far as Delaware. By Alan Greenblatt | Governing Child marriages are more common than you think. Roughly 200,000 minors have gotten married since the start of the century. Nearly 90 percent of those child marriages involve a […]

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          Court rules unmarried heterosexual couple not entitled to state benefits

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

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          The revolutionary foster care law buried in February’s federal spending deal; Will the funding produce success? asks Kaine Fisher, partner, director Rose Law Group Family Law Dept.

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          Congress passed drastic child welfare reforms that aim to reduce the removal of kids from their homes. But some worry they will cost states and harm children. By J.B. Wogan | Governing In February, Congress made a bipartisan deal that avoided a government shutdown and raised spending limits for defense and non-defense programs. The deal’s […]

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          Okla. governor signs ‘anti-LGBT’ adoption law; unconstitutional, says Audra Petrolle, Rose Law Group family attorney

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          The Daily Beast Oklahoma’s Republican governor, Mary Fallin, has signed into law a bill allowing adoption and foster care agencies to reject prospective parents on “religious” and “moral” grounds—a move critics say legalizes discrimination against LGBT and non-Christian parents. The law, approved by lawmakers earlier this month, could affect any prospective parents to whom a […]

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          Barbara Bush school in Mesa mourns namesake’s death

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          By Chris Coppola| The Republic Barbara Bush took the new honor with a pleasant mix of humor and humility. “This new experience of having people want to name things after us is really quite flattering until you realize they usually do it for people who are very, very old or dead,” the former first lady […]

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            Energy and Environment View All →

            Democratic Corporation Commission candidates trade barbs over energy policy

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            By Ryan Randazzo, | Arizona Republic The three Democrats hoping to win election and regulate utilities as part of the Arizona Corporation Commission took verbal jabs at each other Wednesday at a debate hosted by The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com. Republic reporter Mary Jo Pitzl, serving as moderator, asked the trio whether utility customers would […]

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            Environmentalists want Glen Canyon Dam removed, but is that possible? [VIDEO]

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            By Courtney Mally | Cronkite News   The Bureau of Reclamation finished Glen Canyon Dam in 1963, obliterating one of the most spectacular red-rock canyons in the Southwest and altering the flow of the mighty Colorado River. The concrete-arch dam, just south of the Arizona-Utah line, was first proposed in the 1940s to store water […]

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            After 11 years, legal, bureaucratic battles over Rosemont Mine continue

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              By Sarabeth Henne | Cronkite News A proposal for a massive open-pit copper mine in the Santa Rita Mountains will be back in court this month as opponents challenge permits for the project, the latest twist in an 11-year battle over the Rosemont Mine. The fight pits supporters – who say the mine has […]

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            Inside Arizona’s latest clash over renewable energy targets

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              Most stakeholders agree the state needs more renewables, but they don’t agree on how to get there. By Emma Foehringer Merchant | gtm Arizona’s politics over renewable energy have always been contentious. As the state considers adding new targets, this year is no different. There are two proposals to increase Arizona’s renewable portfolio standard. […]

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            Relaxed fuel standards could jeopardize Arizona’s air quality; ‘huge issue in Phoenix area,’ says Court Rich, Rose Law Group partner and director of Renewable Energy Department

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              The state is opposing the Trump administration’s proposed changes over ozone pollution concerns By Zack Colman, E&E News | Scientific American The Trump administration’s plan to roll back federal car standards promises to be a major fight with California and other liberal states. But it’s also opposed by at least one state that voted for President […]

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            Customers: APS rate hike 3 times higher than we were told

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              By Ryan Randazzo | Arizona Republic The rate hike the Corporation Commission approved for Arizona Public Service Co. ayear ago is costing customers almost three times as much money as the company said, critics seeking a rehearing in the case said. The Arizona Public Service customers asking for a do-over on the rate case […]

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            Steller column: As utility works to dominate Arizona politics, credibility erodes

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            (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.)  By Tim Steller | Ariona Daily Star Arizona Public Service Co. argues the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station would have to close prematurely if voters pass the Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona initiative. Should we believe them? I don’t know. APS’s unabashed efforts at dominating […]

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            [COLUMN] As utility works to dominate Arizona politics, credibility erodes

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            Tim Steller | Arizona Daily Star (Editor’s note:Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.) Arizona Public Service Co. argues the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station would have to close prematurely if voters pass the Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona initiative. Should we believe them? I don’t know. APS’s unabashed efforts at dominating Arizona […]

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              Medical Marijuana View All →

              Coolidge council considers allowing marijuana growing at homes; consistency key, says Laura Bianchi, partner and director of Rose Law Group Medical Cannabis Department

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              By Rofida Khairalla | Coolidge Examiner Although a state law may allow patients and caregivers to cultivate marijuana for medical use at home, many municipalities have not been so eager to give the go-ahead. Coolidge City Council members were on the fence about the idea when presented with a potential zoning code amendment that would enable […]

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              Weeding out the largest donors in Glendale City Council races

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              By Jen Fifield | Arizona Republic The three owners of a medical marijuana dispensary in Glendale are the largest individual donors to candidates for Glendale City Council so far. Combined, the owners of Arizona Organix —William Benjamin Myer, Ryan Wells and Mark Myer — contributed a total of $38,100 to three candidates in the city’s […]

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              Maine allows Medical Marijuana business owners to deduct business expenses; Laura Bianchi, partner and director of Rose Law Group Medical Cannabis Department, encouraged by implementation of reasonable legislation

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                By Mike Daze | Bloomberg Salt Talk Blog Maine made significant amendments to its medical marijuana law, including providing a deduction for medical marijuana-related business expenses otherwise prohibited by federal tax law, when the Maine Legislature voted July 9 to override Gov. Paul LePage’s (R) veto of L.D. 1539. This is the second time the […]

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              Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner and director of Medical Cannabis, talks to ‘Scottsdale Independent’ about medical marijuana and investment

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              By Terrance Thornton | Scottsdale Independent As Americans begin to come to terms with the ill effects of the pharmaceutical smörgåsbord offered for minor ailments to advanced critical illness, a new commodity is beginning to emerge in towns and cities across the nation. From alternatives of the go-to-pain prescription — the opioid — and the […]

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              Laura Bianchi, partner and director of Rose Law Group Medical Cannabis Department, quoted in ‘Cannabis Business Times’ regarding Arizona ruling on hashish

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                The recent judicial decision casts uncertainty across a growing segment of the state’s medical marijuana industry. By Eric Sandy | Cannabis Business Times Dozens of medical marijuana patients and their families congregated outside the Arizona State Capitol in downtown Phoenix July 3 to denounce a recent Arizona Court of Appeals ruling that the state’s medical […]

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              Laura Bianchi, partner and director of Rose Law Group Medical Cannabis Department quoted in MSN regarding Arizona cannabis extracts case

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              Javier Hasse, Benzinga Staff Writer | Article published at MSN The Arizona Court of Appeals ruled hashish isn’t protected by the 2010 Arizona Medical Marijuana Act. While the decision will most certainly be appealed to the Arizona Supreme Court, the ruling has the potential to impact patients’ use and possession of certain extracted cannabis products […]

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              Laura Bianchi, partner and director of Rose Law Group Medical Cannabis Department quoted in Marketwatch regarding Arizona cannabis extracts case

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                By Javier Hasse, Benzinga Staff Writer | Article published by Marketwatch The Arizona Court of Appeals ruled hashish isn’t protected by the 2010 Arizona Medical Marijuana Act. While the decision will most certainly be appealed to the Arizona Supreme Court, the ruling has the potential to impact patients’ use and possession of certain extracted […]

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              Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner and director of Medical Cannabis, talks to ‘Phoenix New Times’ regarding Arizona Court of Appeals decision on cannabis extracts

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                By Ray Stern | Phoenix New Times Leaders in the Arizona cannabis industry say they will ignore last week’s state Court of Appeals opinion that cannabis extracts are not protected by the 2010 medical marijuana law. The June 26 ruling — coming just before the 7/10 celebration of extracts by cannabis aficionados — caused an uproar among patients, activists, […]

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                Cyberlaw and Cybersecurity View All →

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

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

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

                Posted by   2 months ago

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

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

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

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                [SUNDAY FEATURE] Alexa and Siri can hear this hidden command. You can’t.

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                Researchers can now send secret audio instructions undetectable to the human ear to Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa and Google’s Assistant By Craig S. Smith | The New York Times Many people have grown accustomed to talking to their smart devices, asking them to read a text, play a song or set an alarm. But someone […]

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                Bolton pushing to eliminate White House cyber job

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                The move could send the message ‘that the U.S. is taking the gas pedal off of cybersecurity,’ one former NSC official says By Eric Geller | POLITICO President Donald Trump’s national security team is weighing the elimination of the top White House cybersecurity job, multiple sources told POLITICO — a move that would come as […]

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                U.S., U.K. warn of Russian cyberattacks to private homes; ‘raises the stakes,’ says Rose Law Group Cybersecurity, Privacy and Emerging Technologies Chairman Troy Roberts

                Posted by   4 months ago

                RealtorMag The U.S. and Britain have issued a warning about Russian cyberattacks that could extend to individual homes. The warning was the first of its kind, The New York Times reports. The warning extends to possible cyberattacks to government and private organizations in both countries as well. The countries are asking the public to upgrade passwords and […]

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                Governor Ducey Forms Arizona Cybersecurity Team; Governor’s office grasps importance of emerging technology and adaptation, says Troy Roberts, Rose Law Group Chairman of Cybersecurity

                Posted by   6 months ago

                News Release March 1, 2018 (Editor’s note: News releases are published as submitted unless they contain errors of fact.) PHOENIX – Governor Doug Ducey today issued an executive order to create the Arizona Cybersecurity Team (ACT), a diverse team of experts from state, local, and federal government, the private sector, and higher education to work […]

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                Gov. Ducey: Self-driving cars allowed on Arizona roads without human behind the wheel [VIDEO]; future ‘mainstream mode of transportation,’ says Rose Law Group Cybersecurity, Privacy and Emerging Technologies Chairman, Troy Roberts

                Posted by   6 months ago

                By Ryan Randazzo | The Republic Gov. Doug Ducey on Thursday moved to maintain Arizona’s status as the most permissive state for self-driving cars. The governor issued a new executive order that makes it clear the robot cars don’t need a driver behind the wheel if they follow all the traditional traffic laws and rules […]

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                  Dealmaker View All →

                  The Dealmaker: 8/15/2018

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                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox         EPCOR: Johnson Utilities drinking water ‘on knife’s edge,’ buildings could explode. Buildings “so corroded” they’re “on the verge of collapsing and ‘exploding.’ ” Drinking water […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 8/14/2018

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                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox         \WESTMARC helps West Valley create a recipe for success. Featuring more cooking- and food-related mentions than a Guy Fieri-fest, AZRE feasts on ingredients that have gone into making the […]

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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: $15,625,000 Buyer: Shadow Ridge Estates (Mesa) LP & Buster’s Bounce, Texas Seller: G & I VII Stadium Village, LLC Property Type: Commercial Property Size: 369,688 SQ FT Location: 1001 West Southern Avenue, Mesa APN: 134-23-002D, 134-23-009C, 132-23-024A – 025B Financing: New […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 8/13/2018

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                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox         The Dealmakers/Falling in love with the right home. Or: How to avoid falling head over heels for a model — model home, that is. Many “models have upgraded […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 8/10/2018

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                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox         AZ Supreme Court gives rural areas more freedom over water; Rose Law Group land-use, regulatory and water attorney, Thomas F. Galvin, comments on ruling. Thursday’s 4-3 […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 8/9/2018

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                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox       Supervisors vote to appeal court’s ruling that Pinal road tax is illegal.(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents a coalition of property and business owners throughout Pinal […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 8/8/2018

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                    The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox         Cave Creek residents fight to keep sober living home out of the community. (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Cave Creek residents.) “Monday, things got heated at […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 8/7/2018

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                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox         Interim manager vows to make Johnson Utilities more than ‘third world’ utility. As the appointed interim manager of Johnson Utilities, EPCOR is “promising transparency and […]

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