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Where are the most aggressive drivers in America?

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By Ryan Crowe | Automatic Transmissions Can we just take a second and talk about sending a care package full of Honolulu Chill Pills to Arizona? If we all chip in, as a country, I think we can really do some good in The Grand Canyon State. Phoenicians are the most aggressive on highways and […]

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Q&A with Craig Krumwiede, president and CEO of Harvard Investments

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Rose Law Group Reporter In this week’s continuing Q&A series we spoke with Craig Krumwiede, president and CEO of Harvard Investments, via email. Harvard investment has become such an incredible driver in our real estate market. First, tell us the genesis of the company and your involvement? After law school, I worked in international tax […]

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Colorado River drought contingency plan stalled

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By Gary Pitzer | Water Education Foundation It’s high-stakes time in Arizona. The state that depends on the Colorado River to help supply its cities and farms — and is first in line to absorb a shortage — is seeking a unified plan for water supply management to join its Lower Basin neighbors, California and […]

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The secret to loving your life

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  From Barking up the Wrong Tree By Eric Barker | The Week ometimes life sucks. Bad. Really bad. And you feel like you want a refund. But, of course, we need to accept that Life Avenue is going to have its share of potholes. Albert Ellis, one of the most influential psychologists ever, knew […]

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Rose Law Group President and Founder, Jordan Rose named top three finalist for the National Association of Women Business Owners impact award, she and other two finalists talk to Phx business radio

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Business Radio X In this segment of Phoenix Business Radio, Host Karen Nowicki, sat down with incoming NAWBO Phoenix President, Ronit Urman, and the “Business Impact Award” Finalists to talk about their journeys to success, the challenges they’ve faced along the way and their untiring commitment to help others. While each of these leaders represent different […]

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Q&A with Stacy Brimhall founding partner of Langley Properties

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Rose Law Group Reporter In this week’s continuing Q&A series we spoke with Stacy Brimhall, founding partner of Langley Properties, via email. You really are a visionary when it comes to Arizona land and development. We know you hate talking about yourself but can you just tell us over the years how many acres you have […]

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One of Arizona’s hottest events happening Father’s Day weekend

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By Trisha Hendricks | 12 News It will take place Saturday, June 16th at WestWorld from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. This Father’s Day weekend, get in one of Arizona’s best new family events of the summer. It’s called The Scottsdale Fahrenheit Festival! While most of Arizona’s popular events take place in the cooler months, organizers […]

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[SUNDAY FEATURE] ‘I’m losing those memories:’ Former Cardinals among thousands in concussion suit

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More than 150 former Cardinals players have file a claim in the concussion lawsuit settlement with the NFL By Nate Fain, Daniel Perle and Veronica Graff | Special to The Republic Mark Maddox is left with fragments of what should be his fondest memories: He’s lost the details of a family trip to Disney World, […]

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    What the home building community thinks about the California solar mandate

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      Builder A good piece from Solar Power World reports on the difficulties builders will face once California’s solar mandate takes effect. It includes interviews with executives from CBIA and Lennar Corp. illustrating the differences in strategy between smaller builders and the big publics. The new home building industry will have to make some major adjustments once the California […]

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    Avondale approves Mattamy Homes Roosevelt Park Community

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      Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Mattamy Homes on the zoning for Roosevelt Park Rose Law Group Reporter In a unanimous vote Tuesday night, the Avondale City Council approved Mattamy Homes Roosevelt Park community. The community is on 127.6 acres at Van Buren and 111th Avenue. In a nearly unprecedented move, Mattamy Homes is creating a housing […]

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    New development in San Tan Valley

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      San Tan Times For years San Tan Valley residents have been asking for more restaurants, more shopping, maybe even a hotel. With over 100,000 people in our community it seemed like those were all things that would come soon, but we are left in the same situation we have always been in. That could […]

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    Chandler to add 2 new parking garages downtown

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    By Jerod MacDonald-Evoy | Arizona Republic Chandler residents can expect to see better parks and roads in the city budget year that opens July 1. The Chandler City Council approved a $554 million operating budget and $321 million in capital spending on Thursday. Mayor Jay Tibshraeny said the city plans to continue to focus on parks. Here is a look […]

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    Rio Reimagined begins to take shape

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    AZBigMedia Participants at the first-ever Arizona Forward Sustainability Summit helped establish a set of recommendations for the Rio Reimagined project that is set to redefine metro Phoenix in the coming decades. Approximately 250 experts in disciplines ranging from architecture to engineering to hydrology contributed their expertise to get Rio Reimagined off to the right start. […]

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    Marriott breaks ground for Fairfield Inn

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      By Connor Dziawura | West Valley View Tolleson officials celebrated the groundbreaking of a Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Friday, June 8. Among the guests were elected officials from Tolleson, as well as representatives from Marriott, Virtua Partners and Hotel Equities. “We have been waiting and dreaming about a Fairfield Inn to come […]

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    Mixed-use Sunrise Plaza moving forward in north Peoria

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    By Philip Haldiman | YouValley.net An 18.6-acre property proposed to be the new home to international grocer Aldi as well as commercial, residential and other retail uses is one step closer to groundbreaking. The Peoria Planning and Zoning Commission recommended the rezoning and general plan amendment to city council to bring mixed-use project Sunrise Plaza at […]

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    Seven Desert Mountain custom golf estates

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    By Melissa Larsen | Arizona Foothills Magazine Cullum Homes has announced a new collection of custom golf estates to be built directly on the new course, No. 7 at Desert Mountain, and named for the seventh private course in this Scottsdale-based luxury community. A groundbreaking is planned for mid-summer. Located on 90 acres and just to […]

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      Court challenges force congressional, legislative candidates to withdraw

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      O’Halleran challenger bows out of CD1 race By Kevin Reagan | PinalCentral A candidate challenging U.S. Rep. Tom O’Halleran in the Democratic primary has withdrawn from the race. Miguel Olivas formally submitted a voluntary withdrawal form on Wednesday with the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office, ending his candidacy in Arizona’s 1st Congressional District. On the […]

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      Billionaire Tom Steyer, author of clean energy initiative, to spend $2 million on Arizona youth vote initiative

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      Youth initiative designed to help Democrats By Carmen Forman | Arizona Capitol Times Hoping to incite a blue wave in Arizona, billionaire mega-donor Tom Steyer will pour at least $2 million into state elections this year. Steyer’s youth vote program will focus on keeping Democratic control of Arizona’s 1st and 9th Congressional Districts and flipping […]

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      Your guide to the Phoenix mayoral race

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      By Sara Edwards | Downtown Devil Earlier this year, current Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton announced his campaign for the United States House of Representatives in District 9. While he hasn’t decided when he will be stepping down, a number of mayoral candidates have already launched campaigns. The mayoral race is a non-partisan election. Here’s a […]

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      Arizona is not Pennsylvania, say Republican strategists

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      GOP, nevertheless, dumping big money into Lesko- Tipirneni race for Franks’ seat By Ben Kamisar and Lisa Hagen | The Hill Republican groups are dropping hundreds of thousands of dollars into Arizona in the hopes of keeping any prospect of another Democratic upset in next month’s special election at bay. The GOP says it’s confident […]

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      Trent Franks still a factor in race to replace him

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      Republican primary to replace the former congressman is a week off By Bridget Bowman | Roll Call Rep. Trent Franks resigned amid allegations of sexual harassment. But that hasn’t stopped him from being a factor in the race for his seat. Republican strategists say the former congressman is still well-liked among GOP voters in Arizona’s […]

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      Maricopa County’s first mail-in only voting ‘overwhelming success’

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      By KTAR.COM The all-mail balloting that Maricopa County used in its November elections was an “overwhelming success,” according to a recent report from recorder Adrian Fontes. The report, which analyzed the results from last year’s jurisdictional elections, found that changing all the ballots to mail-in did not affect turnout. “The elections department views that as […]

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      Outsider Republican Sanchez enters race for Phoenix mayor

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      By Jessica Boehm | The Republic City Hall outsider Moses Sanchez jumped into the Phoenix mayoral race Tuesday — the first Republican to do so. Sanchez, 40, has run in local Republican circles for years and previously served on the Tempe Union High School Governing Board, but has never sought city office. If elected, he […]

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      McSally’s flight from her district gives Dems hope

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      Tucson-based district now seen by some as leaning to Democrats By Ronald J. Hansen |The Republic Martha McSally’s Senate bid adds a new face to the Republican race, but also gives Democrats new hope of winning her Tucson-based House district. David Wasserman, House editor with the Cook Political Report, quickly rated the new House race […]

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        Avondale council approves Montoya’s contract

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          By Erik Chslhoub | Register Pajaronian The Avondale, Ariz. City Council voted unanimously Monday to accept Watsonville City Manager Charles Montoya as its next city manager. The item, on the council’s consent agenda, passed with no discussion. Montoya, who has served as Watsonville’s city manager since late 2015, will start in Avondale on July 30, […]

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        [OPINION} Sen. Bob Worsley is done with Arizona politics. Here’s what he hopes we learn from that

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          By Sen. Bob Worsley | The Arizona Republic (Editor’s note:Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.) After six years in the Arizona Senate, I will not seek re-election. Public office was never a position I sought. But when I was recruited by concerned constituents in 2012, I set aside personal endeavors to answer […]

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        Split vote: Scottsdale paves way for Crossroads East atop 136 acres

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        By Melissa Fittro | Scottsdale Independent Scottsdale City Council has put in place significant changes making way for new development, height and density on both sides of Loop 101 around Scottsdale and Hayden roads. The split vote — 5-2 — didn’t come without opposition as two city council members, one local commission and the general […]

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        Judge hears arguments in suit over Gosar’s Facebook page

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        By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via PinalCentral A congressional attorney is asking a federal judge here to toss out a lawsuit demanding that Rep. Paul Gosar be barred from blocking them — or anyone — from his Facebook page. Thomas Hungar, the general counsel for the U.S. House of Representatives, contends that the […]

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        Fresh off a win in court, Shooter hit with a libel suit

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        By Paulina Pineda | Arizona Capitol Times Expelled lawmaker Don Shooter’s legal troubles aren’t over. While today he celebrated Superior Court Judge Rosa Mroz’s ruling allowing him to remain on the Aug. 28 primary ballot for the state Senate in Legislative District 13, he’ll now have to defend himself against allegations of libel and slander […]

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        Grass roots growing as midterms approach

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        By Dominique Mann | Special to KTAR Over the past several months, Maricopa County residents have come together in public libraries and other local centers to develop community improvement strategies that could become national organizing models. During Memorial Day weekend, for example, community members met in Mesa Public Library as part of a “community accelerator […]

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        Government agendas for week of June 18 – June 22, 2018

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        Cities and Towns 6-19 Phoenix Council Special Meeting 6-20 Phoenix Council Formal Meeting 6-19 Buckeye Council Meeting 6-18 Apache Work Session 6-19 Apache Council Meeting 6-21 Avondale Planning Commission 6-18 Avondale Council Meeting 6-18 Casa Grande Council Meeting 6-18 Casa Grande Study Session 6-18 Cave Creek Council Meeting 6-18 Eloy Work Session 6-19 Flagstaff Council […]

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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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          Gender identity emerges as a new front in custody battles; courts need expertise of mental health professionals in such cases, says Audra Petrolle, Rose Law Group family law attorney

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          By Maria Polletta | Arizona Republic The divorced parents had joint custody of their three children and equal parenting time. But soon after the mother began allowing their male child — identified in legal documents as “L.” — to wear a skirt to school, the father took his exwife to court. Arguing that the mother, […]

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          Football’s brain injury crisis lands in family court

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          By Ken Belson | The New York Times PITTSBURGH — In this city with a deep and proud relationship with football, a custody dispute has pushed the debate about the sport’s safety into a new arena: family court. A father, John Orsini, has gone to court to prevent the youngest of his three sons from […]

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          U.S. Supreme Court rejects Tucson woman’s argument in gay marriage, child custody matter; Rose Law Group Family Law Attorney Audra Petrolle says same sex couples are entitled to the same rights as heterosexual couples

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          By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services The U.S. Supreme Court this morning rejected a bid by a Tucson woman arguing that gay marriages are not legally the same as others, at least when it comes to divorce. Without comment the justices rejected a bid by Kimberly McLaughlin to deny shared custody of her biological […]

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            What the home building community thinks about the California solar mandate

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              Builder A good piece from Solar Power World reports on the difficulties builders will face once California’s solar mandate takes effect. It includes interviews with executives from CBIA and Lennar Corp. illustrating the differences in strategy between smaller builders and the big publics. The new home building industry will have to make some major adjustments once the California […]

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            Sportsmen push to keep uranium mining ban near Grand Canyon

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              By Sarabeth Henne | Cronkite News Arizona wildlife groups launched a campaign Monday to block what they fear is a Trump administration effort to reopen 1 million acres around the Grand Canyon to uranium mining, saying the environmental risks are too great. The campaign by Trout Unlimited and the Arizona Wildlife Federation includes billboards […]

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            West Chandler to be site of first SRP innovative battery

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            Wrangler News SRP’S first standalone battery-based energy storage project will be built at 54th Street and West Pecos Road in West Chandler, according to a May 31 announcement. The 10-megawatt, four-hour-duration energy storage solution, to be supplied by Fluence, is projected to provide peaking capacity that will inject power into the grid during high-peak demand periods […]

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            Residential solar storage projects come to Arizona

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            AZBigMedia After successfully completing beta testing, with 400 Phazr battery installations in APS and SRP territories, JLM Energy, an energy technology company, is partnering with N.E.R.D. Power on residential solar storage projects in Arizona. JLM’s earlier installations focused on performance testing including successful performance in extreme summer heat. Phazr is an innovative distributed energy storage platform. […]

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            Patagonia zinc mine would pump nearly $700M into Arizona economy, report says

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            By David Wichner | Arizona Daily Star A planned “world-class” zinc and lead mine near Patagonia in Santa Cruz County would create several thousand jobs in the depressed area and pump $676 million annually into the state’s economy, according to an economic-impact report released Friday by the mine’s developer. Over its projected 32-year life, the […]

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            Navajo miners’ protests fall on deaf ears as Central Arizona Project approves deal for solar power

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            By Ryan Randazzo | The Republic The board of directors overseeing the Central Arizona Project canal on Thursday approved two deals for power to partially replace what they expect to lose next year when the embattled Navajo coal plant near Page closes. Coal miners from the Kayenta Mine protested at the state Capitol on Wednesday […]

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            Arizona water utility chooses solar over coal

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            By Jessica Kutz | High Country News In one of the latest bids to save the Navajo Generating Station, the West’s largest coal-burning power plant, the Department of Interior has stepped in to try and stave off its closure. Last week, Timothy Petty, the Interior Department’s assistant secretary for water and science, sent a letter to […]

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            Arizona utility bribe trial details contact with FBI

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            Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services | San Tan Valley News The government’s key witness in the Arizona Corporation Commission bribery case told jurors Wednesday she divorced husband lobbyist Jim Norton because he had multiple affairs but that her decision to testify against him and others was because “I didn’t want to go to jail.” Kelly […]

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              Medical Marijuana View All →

              Coolidge makes zoning changes for ag land, marijuana sites; Laura Bianchi, partner and director of Rose Law Group Medical Cannabis Department, comments on such changes

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              By Joey Chenoweth | Pinal Central The City Council approved several zoning changes recommended by the Coolidge Planning and Zoning Commission during their meeting on May 29. The first item allows for the construction of manufactured homes in agricultural land, a change that comes from common knowledge that farmer often bring these homes in to […]

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              Arrest of medical marijuana patient on campus illegal, court rules, a victory for patients, says Laura Bianchi, director Medical Cannabis Department

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              By  Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times Medical marijuana patients are free to have their drug on college and university campuses without having to fear arrest, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled this morning. The justices said the 2010 Arizona Medical Marijuana Act gave those who have certain medical conditions permission to […]

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              Lawyer up: Why is it so hard to promote cannabis online (and everywhere else)?

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              By Laura Bianchi | Merry Jane Anything goes on the Internet, it seems – except when it comes to cannabis. Over the past month, many producers of cannabis-related YouTube channels have seen their carefully curated accounts shut down. Those impacted have ranged from Marihuana Television in Spain and Urbanremo in Canada to U.S. cannabis website Leafly. It’s the latest in a […]

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              Governor Ducey signs bill allowing industrial hemp; ‘historic day,’ says Laura Bianchi, partner and director of Rose Law Group Medical Cannabis Department

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              (Editor’s note: News releases are published unedited, unless they contain factual errors.) PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey today signed SB 1098, providing funding for the Arizona Department of Agriculture’s (AZDA) agricultural pilot program allowing universities and those with a license from AZDA to begin cultivating industrial hemp – the fiber form of cannabis. Specifically, the hemp would […]

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              Arizona hemp industry ready to take off if governor Ducey signs bill; if signed, Arizona will become 35th state to approve, says Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner and director of Medical Cannabis

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              By Ray Stern | Phoenix New Times Governor Doug Ducey, one of the state’s most aggressive cannabis-legalization opponents, may be ready to make Arizona one of the country’s leading producers of hemp. The state Legislature passed a far-reaching commercial hemp bill, SB 1098, over the last few weeks of the 2018 session and sent it to […]

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              Tactics scrutinized in Phoenix medical marijuana dispensary cases

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              By Jessica Boehm | The Republic Zoning battles over medical-marijuana facilities in Phoenix have raised questions about the winning group’s tactics in an industry where millions of dollars are at stake. The controversy also spotlights the Phoenix Board of Adjustment, an obscure volunteer board that decided matters for the city. In recent months, when individuals from the group represented a medical-marijuana dispensary, the […]

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              Landlords, associations take aim at marijuana; ‘Get it in writing,’ says Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Medical Cannabis Laura Bianchi

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              RealtorMag Despite the movement to legalize marijuana for both medicinal and recreational purposes in many states, homeowners associations and landlords are showing a preference for banning the substance—which remains illegal on the federal level—in their properties. Condo and co-op associations, as well as individual landlords, have been cracking down on residents who use or grow […]

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              Jeremy Kapteyn, Ph.D., Rose Law Group Chair of Intellectual Property Department, to co-present National Cannabis Bar Association Webinar

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              Eventbrite/NCBA DATE AND TIME Thu, April 26, 2018 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM PDT Many in the cannabis industry continue to mistakenly believe that cannabis-related subject matter is ineligible for patent protection due the federal legal status of cannabis under the CSA. This is untrue. In fact, a wide variety of inventions that “touch the […]

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                Cyberlaw and Cybersecurity View All →

                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   2 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   4 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   4 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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                Top secret intel: Russia compromised seven state websites, including Arizona’s

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                Reagan’s office says no evidence of such By Cynthia McFadden, William M. Arkin, Kevin Monahan and Ken Dilanian | NBC The U.S. intelligence community developed substantial evidence that state Websites or voter registration systems in seven states were compromised by Russian-backed covert operatives prior to the 2016 election — but never told the states involved, […]

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                Rose Law Group names Troy Roberts as Chairman of Cybersecurity, Privacy and Emerging Technologies

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                Roberts Hiring Comes as New Drone Bills Hit the State Capital for Debate Scottsdale based Rose Law Group pc is proud to announce litigator Troy Roberts will join the growing Cyberlaw department as Chairman of Cybersecurity, Privacy and Emerging Technologies. Roberts brings expertise in drone and privacy laws to the department. “Troy is an incredible […]

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                  Dealmaker View All →

                  Cameron’s $5M + deals of the day

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                  Cameron Carter, Director of Rose Law Group’s Transactional Real Estate Department, thinks you need to know about these transactions in Maricopa County. Price: $24M Buyer: Sterling Cambridge Holding Company, LLC Seller: CRS Cambridge Court Housing Corporation Property Type: Apartments Property Size: 220,152 SQ FT Location: 5145 N. 7th street, Phoenix APN: 162-16-050D Financing: New loan, Conventional To view the affidavit: 180459988, click here. Price: $16.6M Buyer: 3312 W. First Street, LLC […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 6/15/2018

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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         24th at Camelback trades for $100 million. CBRE has brokered the largest office sale in metro Phoenix so far in 2018, both by dollar volume […]

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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: $25.1M Buyer: RN Falcon, LLC   Seller:  NexMetro Palm Valley, LLC Property Type: Apartments Property Size: 422,440 SQ FT Location: 4200 N. Falcon Drive, Avilla Palm Valley, Goodyear APN: 508-12-172 Financing: New loan To view the affidavit: 180451364, click here. Price: $10.2M Buyer: Van Buren CC AZ […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 6/14/2018

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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           Rose Law Group request for Shops at Terravella among items before Queen Creek P&Z. The request from Chris Webb, Rose Law Group Director of Project […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 6/13/2018

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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         WELL-WISHES – CAP kills purchase of rural land, water rights for suburban Tucson-Phoenix growth. “The agency that operates the CAP” has voted to stop pursuing “nearly […]

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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: $11.2M Buyer: IPX as Q.I. for Slater Avenue II Limited Partnership under Exhange No. 02-43393-AE Seller:  Alma School Rd. Chandler AZ, LLC Property Type: Commercial Property Size: 439,994 SQ FT Location: 2880 S. Alma School Rd. Chandler APN: 303-77-669 Financing: New loan, conventional […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 6/12/2018

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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         Q&A with Stacy Brimhall, founding partner of Langley Properties. Real estate and land development visionary Stacy Brimhall talks acres controlled, as well as his knack for […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 6/11/2018

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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             Pulte begins presells at Cadence in Mesa. Pulte has started pre-sales at Harvard Investments’  Cadence at Gateway, just off SR 24 at Ellsworth […]

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