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[SUNDAY FEATURE] The nature of news is likely to distort people’s view of the world

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The impression news has become more negative over time is real The Guardian Every day the news is filled with stories about war, terrorism, crime, pollution, inequality, drug abuse and oppression. And it’s not just the headlines we’re talking about; it’s the op-eds and long-form stories as well. Magazine covers warn us of coming anarchies, […]

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‘A Love Not Forgotten:’ Suns coach John McCleod and Alzheimer’s

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Son acknowledges he has struggled while watching his father’s memory decline over the years By Kaelen Jones | Cronkite News he name John MacLeod means something in Arizona sports history. He is the Phoenix Suns’ winningest coach, amassing 579 victories in 13 seasons, and in 1976 became the first coach to lead Phoenix to the NBA […]

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[IN-DEPTH] Pinal farmer’s woes illustrate diminishing production in 21-year drought

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‘Give the farmer a little bit of respect,’ farmer asks By Angel Mendoza | Cronkite News As water supplies in Arizona dwindle due to drought, groundwater pumping and a warming climate, farmers increasingly are facing poorer crop yields and, in some cases, resigning once-fertile farmland to unusable barren ground. “About two-thirds of this farm isn’t […]

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Infrastructure rollout: $1.5 trillion

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Some Republicans in sticker shock By Brianna Gurciullo | POLITICO The White House is rolling out President Donald Trump’s long-awaited infrastructure plan Monday, swinging for the fences with a $1.5 trillion initiative that is light on new federal dollars — but could inspire a wave of toll roads, ease decades-old regulations and permanently change cities’ […]

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[SUNDAY FEATURE] The journey from typewriter to word processor and the Arizona Constitution

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By Bill Coates | PinalCentral Writing on a computer isn’t just writing. It’s word processing. Working at newspapers, I’ve processed a lot of words since 1979. Reporters still have to report and write stories that engage and inform. But self-editing is a lot easier on computer. For example, I tweaked this very sentence with a […]

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[VIDEO] Tempe revokes Quick Quack Car Wash building permits after outcry; Thomas Galvin, Rose Law Group Land Use Attorney for Michael Pollack, argues against controversial car wash

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Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Michael Pollack, who, along with 600+ residents in one-mile radius, opposed the car wash. By Jerod MacDonald-Evoy | The Republic After nearly three hours of debate, the Tempe City Council revoked permits for a Quick Quack Car Wash planned at Baseline Road and McClintock Drive. The Council Chamber was standing-room-only Thursday as more than 40 residents […]

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The coming conflict between millennials and boomers

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By Steve LeVine | Axios The U.S. is headed for a potentially dangerous new social rift, this time between millennials and baby boomers, each wrestling for diminishing jobs and shrinking government assistance, according to a new paper. Quick take: In the next decade or so, automation and demographics will become a new dimension to the […]

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Flake again slams Trump, this time for ‘treasonous’ description of Democrats

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By Dan Nowicki | The Republic Sen. Jeff Flake, one of President Donald Trump’s most persistent GOP critics, returned to the Senate floor Tuesday to give Trump another tongue-lashing, this time for joking that Democrats who didn’t stand and applaud during his State of the Union address were “treasonous.” Flake, an Arizona Republican who is […]

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    Interstate water storage deals violated state law, former Arizona water chiefs say

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    By Tony Davis Arizona Daily Star wo former Arizona water directors told the State Auditor General’s Office last year that the agency that runs the Central Arizona Project exceeded its authority under state law. he former directors, Rita Maguire and Herb Guenther, said recently that they told state auditors the Central Arizona Water Conservation District […]

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    Lenders must cancel trustee sales carefully or risk losing right to repayment

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    By Adam D. Martinez | Chairman of Rose Law Group Real Estate Litigation Department Banks and investors should review their legal documents and procedures when canceling trustee sales after the Arizona Court of Appeals issued a ruling this week regarding Arizona’s statute of limitations on secured financing. In Miller Designs v. US Bank, et al., […]

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    Got ‘sober living’ homes in your neighborhood? Arizona may begin licensing them; encouraging to see legislature taking interest says Evan Bolick, Rose Law Group Litigator

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    By Howard Fischer | Tucson.com Arizona lawmakers appear ready to regulate “sober living” homes statewide, beginning in 2020. Without dissent the House Health Committee agreed Thursday to have the Arizona Department of Health Services license the facilities that have popped up in the past few years around the state. HB 2529 now goes to the […]

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    Most expensive home sales in Phoenix

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    Here are the Valley’s top home sales from the past week (2.5.18 – 2.11.18). The combined sales for the top 10 of the past week was over $17 million. Paradise Valley, Two level floor plan of The Village at Mountain Shadows, $2,651,548   READ ON:

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    Two world views collide on stadium, arena subsidies

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    By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal A conservative lawmaker is running a bill at the Arizona Legislature prohibiting public funding and subsidies for professional sports stadiums, ballparks and arenas. State Sen. Warren Peterson’s measure — Senate Bill 1453 — would potentially impact public money for new or renovated arenas for the Phoenix Suns and Arizona […]

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    [SLIDESHOW] In Progress: Here’s a look at some of the developments underway around the Phoenix area

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    By Jim Poulin | Phoenix Business Journal There’s a lot of development going on in the Valley, and we’re trying to capture it. Each month online, we will feature several projects from different areas of the Valley to highlight that growth in the commercial and residential real estate sectors. Using the Phoenix Business Journal’s Crane Watch feature, I visited […]

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      2018 Elections View All →

      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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      [OPINION] No, Joe

      Posted by   1 month ago

      The conservative Goldwater Institute was unsparing in its assessment of Arpaio NATIONAL REVIEW (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.) The Alabama Senate race was disastrous for Republicans, who found themselves apologizing for a crackpot accused of serious and potentially criminal wrongdoing. Republicans have the opportunity to avoid repeating the error in […]

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      Flying ovaries: McSally is in the race for Senate desk

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      Arizona Republican Congresswoman Martha McSally called on the national GOP to “grow a pair of ovaries” as she launched her bid for the U.S. Senate on Friday, joining the race to replace retiring GOP Sen. Jeff Flake by embracing President Donald Trump and his outsider playbook in one of the nation’s premier Senate contests. Like […]

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      Coolidge man wants another crack at O’Halleran

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      By Jake Kincaid | PinalCentral Miguel Olivas is running again for the Congressional District 1 seat held by fellow Democrat Tom O’Halleran. Olivas lost to O’Halleran in the 2016 primary, taking 41 percent of the vote, while winning the majority in Pinal County. In 2016, Olivas ran on a budget of less than $5,000, but […]

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      Ward sheds political alliance with ‘Sloppy Steve’

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      By KTAR.COM Arizona Senate candidate Dr. Kelli Ward is cutting ties with former White House strategist Steve Bannon a few months after he introduced her at a campaign fundraiser. “He’s made some significant mistakes, significant gaffes that are unacceptable to me,” Ward, a Republican, said Thursday morning on CNN. Related: Rep. Martha McSally announces run for […]

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        The Agency

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        From a nondescript office building in St. Petersburg, Russia, an army of well-paid “trolls” has tried to wreak havoc all around the Internet— and in real-life American communities. By Adrian Chen | The New York Times Читайте эту статью на русском. round 8:30 a.m. on Sept. 11 last year, Duval Arthur, director of the Office […]

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        Despite Parkland, state Democrat doubts Legislature will act

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        By Tatum Smith and Nicole Gimpl | Cronkite New This week’s deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida, put the national debate about gun control back into the spotlight. But at least one Arizona lawmaker remained skeptical much would change in Arizona. “I don’t think there’s much appetite for addressing that given our current state Legislature, […]

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        Call it a re-re-redistricting bill

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        A raft of changes is coming to a Republican-led effort to overhaul the Arizona commission responsible for redrawing the state’s congressional and legislative district boundaries enate President Steve Yarbrough tells Arizona Capitol Times he hopes amendments he’s preparing for SCR 1034, which increases the membership of the Independent Redistricting Commission from five to eight, will […]

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        Student group warns against policies, budget cuts that could hurt Arizona solar industry

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        By Nicole Hernandez | Cronkite News embers of a nonprofit environmental advocacy group on have urged the public to pay closer attention to “regressive” governmental policies they say could damage the solar power industry in Arizona, and they warned against proposed budget cuts that could cripple the Environmental Protection Agency. Tempe-based Defend Our Future, a […]

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        What? Recall effort launched against John McCain

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        By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via PinalCentral A Libertarian who concedes he was never a supporter in the past is launching a drive to recall John McCain. Vann Gutier said his current gripe with the state’s senior senator is that he has been absent from Washington now for more than a month while […]

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        How Arizona members of Congress voted

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        By Voterama In Congres Here’s how Arizona members of Congress voted on major issues in the week ending Feb. 16. SENATE Bipartisan Immigration Plan: The Senate failed, 54-45, to reach 60 votes needed to approve a bipartisan plan that would provide a path to citizenship to 1.8 million undocumented aliens known as Dreamers and $25 […]

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        Arizona Senate unanimous in passage of industrial hemp bill

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        The Arizona Senate Thursday unanimously passed SB 1098, which would create an industrial hemp industry in Arizona. Last year, Senator Sonny Borrelli passed similar legislation, but it did not become law due to lack of appropriated funding. This year’s bill resolves that issue and specifically allocates $500,000 to the Arizona Department of Agriculture and $250,000 […]

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        Judge won’t force APS to reveal ‘dark money’ spending

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        By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Payson Roundup A judge won’t help Bob Burns force Arizona Public Service to disclose the money it has spent — and may spend in the future — to elect candidates of its choice. In an extensive ruling Friday, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Daniel Kiley concluded that […]

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          Bill to prohibit marriage for teens under 18 watered down

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          For those 16 and 17, there would be two options By Howard Fischer Capitol Media via Arizona Daily Star A House panel voted Wednesday to restrict the ability of teens younger than 18 to marry in Arizona — but only after lawmakers created a couple of ways around that. The 8-1 vote came after Rep. […]

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          A tougher tack on parents with drug issues cuts against Arizona’s family-first focus; ‘problematic’ from a legal standpoint, says Kaine Fisher Rose Law Group Partner, Director of Family Law Dept.

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          By Mary Jo Pitzl | The Republic The state could be at a crossroads, or cross-purposes, when it comes to dealing with children in families dealing with drug addiction. Over the past six months, state policies have pivoted to a more compassionate approach toward people with addiction issues. But a proposal at the state Legislature […]

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          Embryos in divorce dispute at center of Arizona Senate bill; expect ‘ferocious’ debate, says Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group partner, director Family Health Dept.

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          By Ben Giles | Arizona Capitol Times A legislative effort to resolve disagreements over frozen embryos in the midst of divorce would strip away a couple’s right to choose whether to be mothers or fathers, infertility experts warn. Contracts currently determine what happens when genetic parents disagree over what to do with their frozen embryos. […]

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          Photo of baby’s butt child porno? No, and ‘unbelievable,’ says Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Family Law, Kaine Fisher

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          By Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services A federal appeals court has given new legal protections for parents whose only “offense” is taking pictures of their babies’ butts. In an often strongly worded opinion, a three-judge panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals said there is evidence that two Arizona child welfare workers violated the […]

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          The other mom fights for child custody from same-sex former partner; Audra Petrolle, Rose Law Group Family Law attorney, comments on the case

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          By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times Saying biology matters, an Arizona woman is making a last-ditch effort to keep from being forced to share custody of her child with her former wife. Keith Berkshire, attorney for Kimberly McLaughlin, is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn last year’s ruling by […]

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          The new tax law provision as it applies to family law; Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Family Law, comments

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          Rose Law Group Reporter For taxpayers who sign divorce agreements after December 31, 2018, alimony will no longer be deductible by the payor or taxable to the recipient. For existing agreements that are modified after that date, the parties may expressly choose to adopt this new rule. If they do not, alimony on agreements entered […]

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          Men feeling they are being shortchanged leads to shared parenting laws; Kaine Fisher, director Family Law Dept., comments

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          By Michael Alison Chandler | The Washington Post The every-other-weekend dad, born from two generations of soaring divorce rates, was once a conventional part of American culture. In recent years, more couples have been agreeing to parent after divorce as they did in marriage: collaboratively. Now lawmakers are accelerating this trend toward co-parenting, with legislatures […]

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          High divorce rate married to Arizona

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          The Stacker.com In 1980, nearly 50% of all marriages ended in divorce. Though now an aged statistic, that astounding number is still cited as conventional wisdom regarding successful marriages today. Fortunately, new findings suggest that divorce is actually on a relatively steep decline; despite myths, the institution of marriage is indeed alive and well in […]

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            Energy and Environment View All →

            Student group warns against policies, budget cuts that could hurt Arizona solar industry

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            By Nicole Hernandez | Cronkite News embers of a nonprofit environmental advocacy group on have urged the public to pay closer attention to “regressive” governmental policies they say could damage the solar power industry in Arizona, and they warned against proposed budget cuts that could cripple the Environmental Protection Agency. Tempe-based Defend Our Future, a […]

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            [OPINION] American independence includes freedom to choose energy sources

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            By Keith den Hollander, regional director for the Christian Coalition Arizona Capitol Times (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.) America was founded on the principles of liberty and independence. People fled to America for the right to live and worship in freedom. Many lives were lost in that endeavor, and we […]

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            Judge won’t force APS to reveal ‘dark money’ spending

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            By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Payson Roundup A judge won’t help Bob Burns force Arizona Public Service to disclose the money it has spent — and may spend in the future — to elect candidates of its choice. In an extensive ruling Friday, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Daniel Kiley concluded that […]

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            ASU joins Janet Napolitano’s call for low-carbon future

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            Arizona State University is part of a new coalition of 13 leading research universities that will help communities achieve their climate goals and accelerate the transition to a low-carbon future. The group, called the University Climate Change Coalition, or UC3, includes distinguished universities from the United States, Canada and Mexico. The universities have committed to […]

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            APS, First Solar plan large West Valley solar power plant with giant battery

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            By Ryan Randazzo | The Republic Tempe-based First Solar Inc. will build a large solar plant in the West Valley that will use a massive battery to deliver power to Arizona Public Service Co., the companies said Monday. The project will be unique not only for the size of the battery being put to use, but […]

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            Move on to require electric companies to get half their power supply from renewable sources

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            To get on the ballot, groups will need to gather more than 150,000 signatures by July 5 By Ryan Randazzo | The Republic Renewable-energy advocates are hoping to ask voters to increase Arizona’s use of solar, wind and other alternative-energy resources with a ballot measure. A coalition of health-care providers and other organizations plans to […]

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            Marana farmer pulls 11-hour days amid agriculture labor shortage

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            By Gabriela Rico | Arizona Daily Star Despite working 11-hour days on the farm because he is unable to find workers, Daniel Pacheco recently declined a man’s offer to work for him. The man did not have legal papers to work in the U.S. “I had to turn away a guy who came to me […]

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            Enter Pinal County into Johnson Utilities rate case

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            Would also have the option of arguing in front of the Corporation Commission as part of the case The Pinal County Board of Supervisors has decided to file a motion to intervene in the Johnson Utilities rate-hike case before the Arizona Corporation Commission. Johnson Utilities has applied for a permanent 23.6 percent increase in fees […]

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              Medical Marijuana View All →

              Medical marijuana opponents seek harsh penalties for doctors

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              Bill says doctors can go to prison for incomplete medical marijuana exam By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times State lawmakers are moving to make felons of doctors who don’t follow all the rules when recommending that a patient be allowed to use marijuana. The 6-3 vote Thursday for HB 2067 […]

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              Arizona could get another shot at marijuana legalization and it could help the real estate market

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              By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal Arizona could get another chance at legalizing marijuana. And that could help the real estate market, according to one economic and commercial real estate expert. Medical marijuana is legal in Arizona but voters turned down a legalization measure in 2016 even as similar measures have been approved by […]

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              Jeff Sessions’ Latest Moves Should be a Wake-Up Call for the Cannabis Industry

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              The rescinding of the Cole memo does not suggest the sky is about to fall for the U.S. cannabis industry, but it should be a wake-up call for those who have been playing fast and loose with their business operations. By Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Medical Cannabis The legal cannabis […]

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              Marijuana dispensary coming to your area? Chances are it didn’t go before city council

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              By Jerod MacDonald-Evoy | The Republic Metro Phoenix cities each have their own rules for medical marijuana dispensaries, but one is nearly always the same: new dispensary openings don’t need city councils approvals. In 10 Valley cities, from Glendale to Gilbert, new dispensary openings are approved with planning staff or commission approvals. READ ON:

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              Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner and director of Medical Cannabis Department, quoted by the Associated Press, advising on SB 1420 testing requirements and fee reduction

              Posted by   3 weeks ago

              Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner and director of Medical Cannabis Department, featured in the Associated Press, discussing Arizona Senate Bill 1420, which would bring a lab testing requirement and reduced patient registration fee. Read the Associated Press article here:

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              Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Medical Cannabis Department, quoted in Leafly discussing contaminants testing bill

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              Arizona May Finally Begin Lab Testing Medical Cannabis for Contaminants The bill would also reduce the state’s $150 patient-registration fee to $50. By Ben Adlin | Leafly More than seven years after Arizona legalized medical cannabis, the state may finally begin to require lab testing to identify mold, pesticides, and other potentially harmful contaminants. Under […]

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              Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner and director of Medical Cannabis Department, quoted in Arizona Republic advising on non-profits in the industry making millions

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              By Ryan Randazzo | The Republic Arizona’s surging medical marijuana industry includes a 40-acre greenhouse in Snowflake, stock traded on the Canadian market, an 800,000-square-foot factory turned indoor farm in west Phoenix, and home delivery for customers. Sales of medical marijuana here soared nearly 50 percent in 2017 with an estimated value of $387 million. A small army […]

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              Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group Partner, Director of Medical Marijuana Dept., provides comment on Illinois student using medical marijuana at school

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              Illinois says it won’t stop sick girl from using medical marijuana at school By Aamer Madhani | USA TODAY Illinois on Friday said it won’t get in the way of an 11-year-old girl whose parents want her to be allowed to use medical marijuana at school to regulate seizures, despite state laws that prohibit the use […]

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                Cyberlaw and Cybersecurity View All →

                [OPINION] Our hackable political future: Could Arizona politicians show up in fake videos?

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                By Henry J. Farrell and Rick Perlstein | The New York Times (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.) Imagine it is the spring of 2019. A bottom-feeding website, perhaps tied to Russia, “surfaces” video of a sex scene starring an 18-year-old Kirsten Gillibrand. It is soon debunked as a fake, the […]

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                Facing fears: iPhone X’s new facial recognition raises concerns

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                By Allison Bailey | Cronkite News ven before the news reports about problems with Apple’s iPhone X – one reviewer for Forbes called it the worst iPhone ever – some experts had reservations about the facial recognition technology that is one of the phone’s marquee features. Arizona State University professor Sonia Bovio recently bought an iPhone 8, mainly for financial […]

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                Did I give up my rights with my online purchase?

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                By Kathryn Honecker, Chair of Rose Law Group Class Action Department, and Clark Wu, Law Clerk Phoenix, Arizona | January 11, 2018 Perhaps.  But you’re not alone.  Many consumers are quick to accept a retailer’s terms of service after only a quick scan through the fine print or without even opening the terms of service, altogether.  […]

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                Technology that will change our lives in the new year

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                Electric cars, cryptocurrencies and artificial intelligence are poised for leaps forward. And Amazon will get even bigger By Joanna Stern and Christopher Mims | The Wall Street Journal It’s been a weird year. In 2017, technology spread its tentacles into our lives in ways we couldn’t have imagined—see the Equifax hack, Russia’s manipulation of Facebook, […]

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                [OPINION] The real reason the net neutrality issue is so bad for Arizona

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                (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.) By Nick Labadie Rose Law Group Senior Planner/Project Manager, involved in start-up business ventures The repeal of Net Neutrality is terrible but the real reason why it isn’t what’s getting discussed. Obviously, free speech and the public’s equal access to information and the microphone of the internet […]

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                Legislatures waking up about ‘scary’ cyber crime; a word of caution for Internet users from Lauren Reynolds, who practices cyberlaw

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                By Heide Brandes | Bridge Tower Media Newswires As the use of Internet technology continues to grow across the globe, so do the attempts to access devices through spam, invasive viruses, hacking and other criminal activities. In turn, federal and state laws are created to keep computers, personal information and sensitive data safe from computer […]

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                Smart home attacks and challenges to solving security issues; Lauren Reynolds, Rose Law Group litigator focusing on cybersecurity, comments

                Posted by   3 months ago

                Pipeline Creating a well thought out home design that incorporates the smart home technology that your customers want is becoming increasingly difficult because of the fracturing of the market. More products and more options that don’t always speak to each other create a difficult equation. Here the challenges are explored. Key value propositions for consumers […]

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                Supreme Court cellphone case puts free speech – not just privacy – at risk; could be precedent setting, says Evan Bolick, Rose Law Group litigator

                Posted by   3 months ago

                Carpenter v United States has rightly prompted concerns over surveillance. But it could also have drastic implications for personal freedom in the digital age By Jameel Jaffer and Alexander Abdo | The Guardian On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will consider whether the government must obtain a warrant before accessing the rich trove of data that […]

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                  Dealmaker View All →

                  The Dealmaker: 2/16/2018

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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       Lenders must cancel trustee sales carefully or risk losing the right to repayment. The Arizona Court of Appeals issued a ruling this week regarding Arizona’s statute […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 2/15/2018

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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       Two well-known Arizona business names team on new multifamily development. What: Noria, a 237-unit luxury apartment complex • Where: In Chandler, at McQueen and Germann • Who: Robson […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 2/14/2018

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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             Mark-Taylor gets prime state land parcel near TPC in Scottsdale with $31 million bid. “One of the last parcels inside of the […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 2/13/2018

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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         CalAtlantic opens two new home collections in Phoenix. “CalAtlantic Homes… has opened for sales at Arbor and Desert Bloom at Western Enclave… two miles from… […]

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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: $9.5M Buyer: HHT Properties, LLC Seller: American West Quarter Horses, Inc Property Type: Agricultural Property Size: 36.45 acres Location: 14821 East Rio Verde, Scottsdale APN: 219-39-344, 219-39-345B – 345C Financing: Cash To view the affidavit: 180107318, click here. Price: $5.5M Buyer: Airpark […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 2/12/2018

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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         22-story mixed-use tower planned in Tempe. Developer Core Spaces is “looking to create” The Collective on 7th & Myrtle, “a 240-feet tall tower with 269 […]

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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: $84M Buyer: Fashion Center Acquisition, LLC Seller: Broadstone Fashion Center, LLC Property Type: Apartments Property Size: 496,622 SQFT Location: 555 South Galleria Way, Chandler APN: 301-65-968 Financing: New loan, conventional To view the affidavit: 180103153, click here. Price: $17,350,000 Buyer: WWC XXXI, […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 2/8/2018

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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       Housing boom for Pinal? The Pinal County housing market will be the main topic at TOMORROW’s Pinal Partnership February breakfast being held at Elements at Ak-Chin […]

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