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Rose Law Group Coronavirus Task Force Working with Biz and Non-Profits on Access to Stimulus Funding

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Rose Law Group Reporter Staff Rose Law Group is worrying about you, your family, coworkers and friends health.  As we were founded by a near germophobic Jordan Rose, this is something we are taking seriously.  The day the virus was announced in America we formed a Coronavirus Task Force to identify issues relating to the […]

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Rose Law Group’s New Virtual Power Lunch…The New Economy… S1 E2

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This week Rose Law Group’s New Virtual Power Lunch featured premiere residential real estate analyst Jim Belfiore, one of Arizona’s most famous and successful restaurateurs, Craig DeMarco, front line emergency room Doctor Joshua Lewis, and one of the very best family lawyers in Arizona, Kaine Fisher. They talked about Coronavirus and how it’s impacting real […]

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Trump signs $2 trillion stimulus plan, clearing way for checks for Americans; RLG attorney Eric Hill provides breaking insight on federal government virus stimulus package

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The New York Times President Trump on Friday signed into law the largest economic stimulus package in modern American history, backing a $2 trillion measure designed to respond to the coronavirus pandemic. Under the law, the government will deliver direct payments and jobless benefits for individuals, money for states and a huge bailout fund for […]

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Contractual obligations in a COVID-19 world

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By Olen Lenets, Attorney at Rose Law Group With businesses’ economic viability at risk because of  the necessary measures the public is taking in hopes of combating the unprecedented threat of the COVID-19 virus, a rare contractual provision is likely to take center stage in many future (telephonic) court proceedings. The provision, often included in contracts through boilerplate […]

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Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Family Law Kaine Fisher discusses lawyers and times of crisis [VIDEO]

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Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Family Law Kaine Fisher describes a lawyer’s role in a time of crisis. The Coronavirus Task Force team at Rose Law Group is led by partners, Jordan Rose, Court Rich, Cameron Carter, Kaine Fisher, David McDowell, Adam Trenk and Logan Elia.  They are looking to find some relief and some sort of business silver lining for our clients in this […]

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What the CARES Act Means for Arizona Businesses

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By Eric Hill, Attorney at Rose Law Group The Senate has passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, also known as the ‘‘CARES” Act. The CARES Act is a $2.0 trillion aid package that is among the most significant pieces of financial legislation in history. This legislation will help Arizona businesses impacted by […]

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I am concerned about getting quarantined during the global COVID-19 outbreak, what are my legal options?

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By Aaron Robinow, Law Clerk at Rose Law Group Quarantine may be imposed by order from the federal and state governments or may instead be the recommendation of medical professionals. Both the federal government though the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and state governments have broad authority to impose and enforce quarantines when […]

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RLG Partner and Litigation Attorney Logan Elia discusses breaking Coronavirus quarantine [VIDEO]

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Rose Law Group Partner and Litigation Attorney Logan Elia talks about the ramifications of breaking quarantine. The Coronavirus Task Force team at Rose Law Group is led by partners, Jordan Rose, Court Rich, Cameron Carter, Kaine Fisher, David McDowell, Adam Trenk and Logan Elia.  They are looking to find some relief and some sort of business silver lining for our clients in this entirely unexpected situation.

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    Real Estate View All →

    Builders already feeling pandemic pinch; real estate consultant Jim Belfiore provides Arizona perspective.

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    Twitter By Jann Swanson | Mortgage Daily News Flexibility seems to be the keyword as government agencies try to adjust to a lot of new realities. The Federal Housing Finance agency has already empowered the GSEs (Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac) to be flexible about obtaining appraisals, verifying borrower credit factors, and working with distressed borrowers. Now […]

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    How COVID-19 is infecting Valley housing market

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    By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal A few weeks ago, mortgage rates were at an all-time low, giving homebuyers a bit of silver lining during this COVID-19 pandemic. But a stampede of homeowners trying to refinance their existing homes overwhelmed mortgage lenders, who didn’t have the personnel to keep up with the applications, said Jeff Tucker, a […]

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    Judge says towering Bisbee house built legally

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    Bisbee was a copper town for most of its history, but the arrival of artists and hippies in recent decades transformed it into one of the few liberal outposts in Arizona. /Michael Mello : Los Angeles Times By Lyda Longa | Herald Review BISBEE — A towering house on Laundry Hill that has been the […]

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    Gated alley program to expand in Phoenix.

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    City of Phoenix By Melissa Estrada | Downtown Devil The City of Phoenix looks to move forward with placing more gated alleys around the city to help promote a decrease in crime at a Phoenix City Council Formal Meeting last week. Before the three hour Special Session, the council unanimously approved the expansion of the […]

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    Russ Lyon Charitable Foundation donates $10,000 to food banks

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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE THURSDAY MARCH 26, 2020 Contact: Jennifer Parks-Sturgeon Rose+Moser+Allyn Public and Online Relations Email: jparks-sturgeon@rosemoserallynpr.com Phone: 480.495.3806 (SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.) – The Russ Lyon Charitable Foundation, a subsidiary of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty, will be donating $10,000 to nine food banks across Arizona in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. The various offices will be donating the funds […]

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    Belfiore: Caution and then a surge for housing market after coronavirus subsides

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    By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Real estate expert Jim Belfiore expects a bright light at the end of the Coronavirus tunnel for the housing market. “I do think the bright light there will be pent up demand,” said Belfiore, who is president of Belfiore Real Estate Consulting in Phoenix. The question is […]

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    Rezoning, residential development proposed in Surprise

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    By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The city of Surprise is considering rezoning 19.92 acres of land at the Windstone Ranch property at Happy Valley Road and 151st Avenue for a proposed residential development. DKJ Desert Oasis LLC (Kent Xander) and Pensco Trust Company LLC are for a zoning change for the land […]

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    Pre-virus, homes were getting more affordable

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    (Photo by Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post) Builder ATTOM Data Solutions on Thursday released its first-quarter 2020 U.S. Home Affordability Report, which shows that median home prices in the first quarter of 2020 were unaffordable for average wage earners in 319 of 483, or 66% of the U.S. counties analyzed in the report. But that figure […]

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      What’s in the COVID-19 emergency aid bill for Arizona?

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      Arizona will get $2.8 billion in direct economic stimulus as part of a Coronavirus Relief Fund. By Jerod MacDonald-Evoy | Arizona Mirror The U.S. House of Representatives just passed a $2 trillion COVID-19 emergency bill that President Donald Trump has signed, but what money and benefits will Arizonans see from the bill?  Arizona will get […]

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      [VIDEO] Coronavirus Facebook Q&A with Casa Grande Mayor Craig McFarland

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      Coronavirus Facebook Live Q&A. Ask your questions below!Posted by Casa Grande Dispatch on Thursday, March 26, 2020

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      Avondale hires new business development manager.

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      Wendy Bridges/West Valley View/Courtesy of City of Avondale West Valley View Staff | West Valley View The city of Avondale hired Wendy Bridges as its new business development manager for the city economic development department. She joined the city Monday, March 23. Said Ken Chapa, Avondale’s Economic Development director, “We’re excited to have Wendy join […]

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

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

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      Calculate how much you’ll get from the $1,200 (or more) coronavirus checks

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      Over 80 percent of American adults will receive a payment Pennsylvania Avenue is quiet during rush hour on March 17. /Jonathan Newton/The Washington Post By Ashlyn Still, Heather Long and Kevin Uhrmacher | The Washington Post  The U.S. government is about to send checks — or direct deposits — to most Americans to help people […]

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

      Posted by   5 days ago

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

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      Senate to vote this afternoon on $2 trillion coronavirus bill after landmark agreement with White House

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      Mammoth bill that aims to sooth reeling economy came together after days of tense negotiations Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announces a deal on a $2 trillion stimulus package to aid the economy from the impacts of the coronavirus. /The Washington Post By Erica Werner, Mike DeBonis and Paul Kane | The Washington Post The […]

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      9 Arizona mayors join 300 cities in requesting $250 billion in federal aid

      Posted by   6 days ago

      By Alison Steinbach | The Republic Nine Arizona mayors have signed onto a letter requesting Congress channel $250 billion in direct emergency aid to cities nationwide to combat coronavirus, arguing cities will experience significant declines in revenue and have to cut services and employees if they don’t get federal help. The March 20 letter, organized through the […]

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        2020 Elections View All →

        Nationwide voting by mail will be a massive undertaking say those who’ve done it

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        By Joseph Marks with Tonya Riley | The Washington Post It will take a massive effort of time and resources to increase voting by mail across the nation if the coronavirus pandemic is still jeopardizing in-person voting in November.  And the $400 million appropriated by Congress is nowhere near enough to make it feasible.  That’s […]

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        2 high Arizona officials in a clash over response to COVID-19

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        By Kevin Stone | KTAR Arizona’s top elections official on Wednesday accused the state’s top legal officer of “political grandstanding” by opposing her plan to restrict how candidates can file nominating petitions during the COVID-19 outbreak. On Friday, Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, a Democrat, said her office would accept the filings, which are due […]

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        Pro-McSally group reserves $7.7M TV ad buy for autumn

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        A conservative PAC called Defend Arizona sent this mailer out to some Arizona residents, which at first shows Phoenix and then, when tilted, shows a nuclear mushroom cloud in the city’s place./Defend Arizona Most expensive race in the nation Arizona is, indeed, going to be home to the most expensive Senate race in the nation. […]

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        Buckeye’s mayor is retiring. Here’s who’s running for his seat and for 3 city council seats

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        By Joshua Bowling | Arizona Republic  Buckeye will have a new mayor as political mainstay Jackie Meck has chosen not to run for reelection. Meck, 78, was born and raised in Buckeye. He’s been an institution in the suburb off Interstate 10 southwest of Phoenix for decades. Councilman Eric Orsborn, who represents District 6 which […]

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        Short legislative session threatens multitude of ballot proposals

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        By Dillon Rosenblatt  March 20, 2020 An early adjournment to the Legislature to avert the spread of COVID-19 would effectively kill a host of proposed ballot referrals. There are more than a dozen referendums that could make it onto the ballot come November if they pass votes in the House and Senate, but none of them […]

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        Secretary of state wants all-mail voting across Arizona for 2020 as coronavirus spreads

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        Individuals are tested for COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus at a mobile clinic set up in the parking lot at the Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix on the morning of March 18, 2020. Only Mayo Clinic patients with a doctor’s order could use the mobile clinic.  By Andrew Oxford | Arizona Republic  Arizona Secretary […]

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        Biden wins Arizona

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        Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden / Photo by Sean Rayford / Getty Images By Wissam Melhem | Arizona Mirror Former Vice President Joe Biden has won the Democratic presidential primary in Arizona, sweeping all three states that voted on Tuesday, dealing a heavy blow to the campaign of rival Sen. Bernie Sanders.  Related As the […]

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        Arizona polls opened at 6 a.m. for Democratic primary

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        The Arizona Republic Arizona is one of four states hosting a Democratic primary on Tuesday. The others are Florida, Illinois and Ohio. Find updates here throughout the day on what’s happening at the polls and with the candidates. 6 a.m.: Polls open  Arizona Democrats will cast their ballots today in the the state’s primary, technically […]

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          Family Law View All →

          Single parents struggle to home-school and work as their support systems disappear; honor parenting plans, says Kaine Fisher, partner, director Rose Law Group Family Law

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          Lyndsey Medsker is a single mom to her boys, Finley, 9, right, and Atley, 10, in Washington. /Bill O’Leary/The Washington Post Many raising children on their own are worried what might happen to their kids if mom or dad gets the coronavirus By Samantha Schmidt and Tara Bahrampour The Washington Post After clocking out of […]

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          Prostitution camp provided women for Petersen adoptions; comment from Kaine Fisher, partner, director Rose Law Group Family Law

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          By Dillon Rosenblatt | Arizona Mirror A prostitution camp in the Marshall Islands provided many of the birth mothers caught up in former Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen’s allegedly illegal adoption business, according to statements attributed to his co-defendant in a warrant to seize his assets. When she was arrested in August, Lynwood Jennet, Petersen’s […]

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          RLG family attorney Audra Petrolle’s tips for family law: Don’t abuse the process

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          By Audra Petrolle, Family Law Attorney at Rose Law Group The Coronavirus is a unique challenge, and not quite like anything we have seen before. Here’s a tip on how families can stay prepared, healthy, and connected. Don’t abuse the process. A lot of people want to know if they have grounds to withhold the child or children […]

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          RLG family attorney Audra Petrolle’s tips for family law: Keep the kids entertained

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          AZBigMedia By Audra Petrolle, Family Law Attorney at Rose Law Group The Coronavirus is a unique challenge, and not quite like anything we have seen before. Here’s a tip on on how families can stay prepared, healthy, and connected.  Keep the kids entertained: With potential school closures through the end of the school year, parents are tasked […]

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          Seven guidelines for parents who are divorce/separated and sharing custody of children during the COVID-19 pandemic

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          1. BE HEALTHY. Comply with all CDC and local and state guidelines and model good behavior for your children with intensive hand washing, wiping down surfaces and other objects that are frequently touched, and maintaining social distancing. This also means BE INFORMED. Stay in touch with the most reliable media sources and avoid the rumor mill on […]

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          Quarantined with an abuser

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          By Audra Petrolle, Family Law Attorney at Rose Law Group For some, the coronavirus pandemic is only going to exacerbate real ongoing struggles in your everyday life. Quarantining for victims of domestic violence can be a very scary thought. If you are the victim of domestic violence and are afraid of being quarantined with the perpetrator, the […]

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          RLG Group family attorney Audra Petrolle’s tips for family law: Stay connected

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          By Audra Petrolle, Family Law Attorney at Rose Law Group The Coronavirus is a unique challenge, and not quite like anything we have seen before. Here’s a tip on how families can stay prepared, healthy, and connected – Stay Connected. Social distancing may prevent you from being physically present with other family members, especially if they are […]

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          Biggs votes against coronavirus because it provides sick leave for same-sex couples

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          Arizona Republican Representative Andy Biggs said Monday he voted against a coronavirus emergency economic package because it would allow sick leave for same-sex couples./Patrick Semansky/Pool/Getty By Jeffrey Martin | Newsweek Arizona Republican Congressman Andy Biggs said during a Monday radio interview produced by the conservative Christian group, the Family Research Council (FRC), that he voted […]

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            Energy and Environment View All →

            Johnson Utilities interim manager updates corporation commission

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            Independent Newsmedia | Queen Creek Independent During an update on Johnson Utilities LLC, the company’s interim manager, EPCOR, informed the Arizona Corporation Commission that addressing continuity and reliability of service to customers during the coronavirus outbreak is a top priority of the company.  EPCOR also stated that the new Ion Exchange system has been in […]

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            Regional News: Utah’s big earthquake: buildings damaged, but no major injuries, as state braces for days of aftershocks

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            By The Salt Lake Tribune A magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck Magna at 7:09 a.m. Wednesday, shaking homes from Logan down to Utah County. It was the state’s largest since a 1992 earthquake in St. George. The last Salt Lake County earthquake of at least a magnitude 5 was in 1962. Unified Fire Department, Rio Tinto […]

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            Arizona solar installations surge in 2019

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            By Hayley Ringle | Phoenix Business Journal Arizona’s solar market had a strong year in 2019, more than doubling its installed capacity from 2018, according to a new industry report. Forty percent of all new electric generating capacity in the U.S. in 2019 came from solar, which is the highest share ever and more than […]

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            Officials excited about proposed gas plant coming to Casa Grande

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            Location of Nacero gasoline manufacturing site./Casa Grande Dispatch By Suzanne Adams-Ockrassa | Casa Grande Dispatch CASA GRANDE — Casa Grande City Council members were excited Monday night to hear the details of a new natural gas-to-gasoline production plant that is planned for the area. Nacero Inc. is looking to build a $3.3 billion facility to […]

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            Environmentalists fear more uranium mining near Grand Canyon may be impending

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             Screengrab: Havasupai Tribe’s Intertribal Spiritual Gathering at Red Butte. / Arizona Republic By Debra Utacia Krol | Arizona Republic  Environmentalists and tribal leaders are gearing up to address a long-anticipated recommendation to reopen the Grand Canyon region to uranium mining. The Nuclear Fuel Working Group, established by President Donald Trump in July 2019 to explore […]

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            Government watchdog: Trump hasn’t justified BLM move

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            Grijalva says the move could hinder the agency’s ability to carry out its mission A Bureau of Land Management sign near Elbow Canyon Road and Lime Kiln Canyon Road near Mesquite, Nevada. /Photo by Tony Webster / Wikimedia Commons/CC BY-SA 2.0 By Allison Winter | Arizona Mirror The Bureau of Land Management is losing at […]

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            Arizona takes key –yet confusing– step toward 100% clean energy standard

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            Rose Law Group Reporter At the conclusion of its workshop Wednesday on updating Arizona’s renewable energy standard and other key energy rules, the Arizona Corporation Commission took an important vote to endorse a 100% clean energy future.  After the last presentation of the two-day workshop wrapped up, Chairman Bob Burns moved that the commission direct […]

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            La Paz County, BLM look to move forward with big solar deal on federal land

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            By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The La Paz County Board of Supervisors will hold a series of hearings on a proposed deal to buy federal land south of Interstate 10 for the acquisition of 5,899 acres of land.  La Paz County wants to buy the land off Interstate 10 south of Salome from […]

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              Cannabis and Hemp View All →

              Will Arizona lawmakers give ballot initiatives a fighting chance against COVID-19?

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              By Abe Kwok | Arizona Republic  Opinion: There will be a push when the Legislature returns in April to allow online petition gathering for initiatives. Will lawmakers listen? (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only.) The initiatives include ones to legalize marijuana, boost education spending by taxing the rich, and rein in the […]

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              See how AZ dispensaries are combating coronavirus while serving patients; Adam Trenk, RLG partner, director of cannabis and hemp departments, comments

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              By Dan Kingston | AZMarijuana.com State governments across the nation are forcing non-essential businesses to close. Fortunately, medical marijuana dispensaries are being allowed to remain open to serve medicine to patients, and many of them are implementing precautionary measures to combat the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Dispensaries throughout Arizona are already modifying their operations to […]

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              Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Cannabis Law Department Adam Trenk Talks About Top Cannabis Law Recognition Received

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              Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Cannabis, Hemp and Equine Law Departments Adam Trenk weighs in on how much this recognition means. Today, Rose Law Group was recognized as the only Arizona-based law firm on the Green Market Report’s Top 11 Cannabis Law Firms report.

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              Rose Law Group Recognized As Only AZ-Based Law Firm On Green Market Report’s Top 11 Cannabis Law Firms

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              By Debra Borchardt | Green Market Report In these trying times, it’s always good to have an excellent lawyer on your side. A strong contract goes a long way towards protecting your interests and if you find yourself in a dispute, you certainly want someone who understands your business and can work with cannabis companies. […]

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              Arizona medical marijuana dispensaries add health precautions, creating lines in parking lots; essential measures, says Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner and director of cannabis, hemp departments

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              By Ryan Randazzo | The Republic Long lines have been forming at Arizona’s medical marijuana dispensaries, but it’s not necessarily from a rush on sales during the coronavirus pandemic. Dispensaries, which remain open, are taking some extra precautions like limiting the number of customers inside at once. At Nature’s Medicines dispensary on McDowell Road, that […]

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              Coronavirus crisis shows marijuana Is ‘essential’ and mainstream

              Posted by   7 days ago

              By Tom Angell | Forbes Never has it been more clear than during the current COVID-19 pandemic that marijuana has arrived at the forefront of mainstream American society. In state after state, governors and public health officials are deeming cannabis businesses “essential” operations that can stay open amid coronavirus-related forced closures and stay-at-home mandates. People might not […]

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              Arizona medical marijuana dispensaries remain open

              Posted by   7 days ago

              By Nick Meyers | Phoenix New Times Many businesses in major metropolitan areas in Arizona have closed their doors for the foreseeable future, but medical cannabis patients don’t have to worry about dispensaries closing. Since cannabis is a medicine, it is an essential service, and dispensaries will continue to sell products as usual, said Sam […]

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              Arizona lawmakers mull shutting down session to prevent coronavirus spread

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              Wash your hands!/Steve Benson By Julia Shumway  | Arizona Capitol Times Legislative leaders plan to meet Monday morning to discuss how to proceed with the budget and pending bills amid calls from some senators and representatives to temporarily suspend the session to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus, known as COVID-19. RELATED: State lacks price […]

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                Water View All →

                Miller gives update on solutions studied by Pinal water group

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                By Mark Cowling | Casa Grande Dispatch FLORENCE — Pinal County Supervisor Steve Miller, R-Casa Grande, provided an update last week on the stakeholders group he chairs, which is studying water solutions for the Pinal Active Management Area. The group has met more than a dozen times since December and has brought two proposals to […]

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                Regional News: Climate change already diminishing the Colorado River, researchers find

                Posted by   2 weeks ago

                Using hydrologic models, researchers found that the Colorado River Basin is extremely sensitive to slight variations in temperature./Nick Cote for KUNC By Luke Runyon | KUNC/Cronkite News  A warming climate already is reducing stream flows in the Southwest’s largest watershed, according to a new study from scientists with the U.S. Geological Survey. And as the […]

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                Bill to end “use it or lose it” water policy sailing through Legislature

                Posted by   2 weeks ago

                By Victoria Harker | Chamber Business News A bill to remove an outdated “use it or lose it” policy in state water law is sailing through both houses at the Legislature, a sign that progress is inching forward as Arizona prepares for a drier future.  Meanwhile, a slate of other measures to address dwindling water […]

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                Buckeye doesn’t have water it needs. City working on a plan.

                Posted by   3 weeks ago

                By Joshua Bowling | The Republic Buckeye, some 40 miles west of Phoenix, is the nation’s fastest-growing city, but it doesn’t have the water it needs to keep up with its rapid growth. The City Council on March 17 will vote on a plan that officials see as a step toward securing the city’s water future. […]

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                [OPINION] A short-lived fight over a groundwater bill produced a big lesson for Arizona

                Posted by   3 weeks ago

                By Joanna Allhands | The Republic Opinion: It’s OK to disagree. But distrust makes it even harder to find the big solutions we need to solve Arizona’s groundwater problems. House Bill 2880 clearly ruffled some feathers. Not necessarily because people thought it was bad water policy. Some of the bill’s initial opponents said it was a […]

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                Ak-Chin lawsuit says irrigation districts threaten water right

                Posted by   3 weeks ago

                Groundwater is pumped into one of the canals managed by the Maricopa-Stanfield Irrigation and Drainage District./Kevin Reagan/PinalCentral By Pinal Central Saying more contaminated groundwater is making its way into their regular water supply, the Ak-Chin Indian Community on Friday sued two local irrigation districts in order to “protect water rights.” The Arizona District Court lawsuit […]

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                Regional News: Utah House reaffirms intent to develop Colorado River water

                Posted by   4 weeks ago

                Resolution encourages conservation, recognizes changing climate Water flows from the number one and two jet tubes at the Glen Canyon Dam in Page, Ariz. to mimic natural flooding on Wednesday, March 5, 2008. /Matt York By Amy Joi O’Donoghue | Deseret News  Utah’s booming population growth and rapid economic development means the need for more […]

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                Bills that would strengthen rural groundwater rules die in Arizona Legislature

                Posted by   1 month ago

                In southeastern Arizona, farms are drilling wells up to 2,500 feet deep. Water levels are dropping and some homeowners are struggling with the costs. /Screengrab/Arizona Republic video By Ian James | The Republic Two bills that would make it easier for state regulators and county officials to limit well-drilling and groundwater pumping have died in […]

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

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                  Cameron’s $5M + deals of the day

                  Posted by   4 weeks ago

                  Cameron Carter, Director of Rose Law Group’s Transactional Real Estate Department, thinks you need to know about these transactions in Maricopa County. Price:  $12.3M Buyer: Hillstone Restaurant Group, Inc. Seller: RSR Agri-Corp Inc. Property Type: Commercial Property Size:  46, 827 SQ FT. Location:  2650 E. Camelback Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85016 APN: 164-68-653 Financing: Conventional New […]

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                  Cameron’s $5M + deals of the day

                  Posted by   1 month ago

                  Cameron Carter, Director of Rose Law Group’s Transactional Real Estate Department, thinks you need to know about these transactions in Maricopa County. Price: $25.6M Buyer: AMFP IV Tides On Mill LLC c/o Abacus Capital Group LLC Seller: Tides On Mill Owner, LLC Property Type: Commercial Property Size: 321,429 SQ FT Location:  5101 S. Mill Avenue Tempe, AZ […]

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                  Cameron’s $5M + deals of the day

                  Posted by   1 month ago

                  Cameron Carter, Director of Rose Law Group’s Transactional Real Estate Department, thinks you need to know about these transactions in Maricopa County. Price: $6.17 M Buyer: CP WSB-20 LLC  Seller: Walgreen Arizona Drug Co. Property Type: Commercial Property Size: 14949 SQ FT Location: 2707 W Carefree Hwy Phoenix, Arizona APN: 204-02-008 Financing: Cash To view […]

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                  Cameron’s $5M + deals of the day

                  Posted by   2 months ago

                  Cameron Carter, Director of Rose Law Group’s Transactional Real Estate Department, thinks you need to know about these transactions in Maricopa County. Price: $15MBuyer: 9185 East Desert Cove, LLC Seller: Desert Flower Owner, LLC Property Type: Assisted Living Property Size: 142,000 SQ FTLocation: 9185 East Desert Cove, Scottsdale APN: 217-25-575 – 577 Financing: New loan, conventional To view […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 1/23/2020

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                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox Rose Law Group is looking to hire a full time Planner/Project Manager to join the Zoning and Land Use Law team. Duties include managing entitlement and permit processes […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 1/22/2020

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                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox Rose Law Group is looking to hire a full time Planner/Project Manager to join the Zoning and Land Use Law team. Duties include managing entitlement and permit processes […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 1/21/2020

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                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox Rose Law Group is looking to hire a full time Planner/Project Manager to join the Zoning and Land Use Law team. Duties include managing entitlement and permit processes […]

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