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It’s All Happening Soon Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships

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The Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships- Horses and Horsepower is coming to WestWorld in November. / Photo / ThePoloParty.com With Scottsdale Polo Party Week quickly arriving next week we wanted to send several friendly reminders about the best way to enjoy some or all of the festivities.   Thursday, October 31st All are welcome to enjoy our […]

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

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

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[SUNDAY FEATURE] When the student newspaper is the only daily paper in town

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“If we weren’t covering it, no one would know what’s going on,” said Katherina Sourine, one of The Michigan Daily’s four city and government reporters./CreditChloe Aftel for The New York Times As more than 2,000 newspapers across the country have closed or merged, student journalists from Michigan to Arizona have stepped in to fill the void. By […]

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Eat, drink & be merry in 2 Weeks at 9th Annual Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships

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The 9th Annual Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships: Horses & Horsepower returns on November 2nd at WestWorld of Scottsdale. With only two weeks left until polo festivities kick-off we’re getting excited about all the indulgences ahead at the Scottsdale Polo Party. Get Tickets Steak 44 What would a PRIME tent be without catering from Steak 44? […]

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Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose on CNN’s, HLN live talking Jodi Arias appeal

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Allegation made in court Arias did not receive a fair trial Rose Law Group Reporter The Arizona Court of Appeals heard arguments Thursday from lawyers trying to overturn the murder conviction of Jodi Arias, claiming prosecutorial misconduct interfered with her rights to a fair trial. Arias was sentenced to life in prison for the 2008 […]

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Coal No More: As Navajo Generating Station coal plant closes, Page hopes growing tourism industry will steady economy

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By Ryan Randazzo, | Arizona Republic Page was built in one of the most remote corners of the West to support the construction of Glen Canyon Dam.  When the dam was completed in 1966 and the workers moved on, it left little in the way of an economy for Page until construction began on the […]

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The 9th Annual Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships introduces charity match to help local animal groups

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The first of its kind at the event, this charity polo match benefits groups that take care of local animals. The winner will receive $10,000 towards their charity. (SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.)– On Saturday, November 2nd, WestWorld of Scottsdale will be the Polo center of the world for excited fans and for competitive players testing their skill and […]

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Pioneering immigration musical set for January world premier In Phoenix

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Carrie Rodriguez (Editor’s note: News releases are published as submitted unless there are errors of fact.)  Tickets go on sale for World Premiere of timely, pioneering new musical based on True Story of Arizona DREAMer Tony Award-Winning Executive Producer Joins Creative TeamWhich Includes Debut of Acclaimed Latina Singer/Songwriter He walked into a Marine Corps recruiting […]

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    Arizona shows solid construction job gains

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    By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Arizona has added the third most construction jobs nationally (behind only Texas and California) and has the second highest growth rate for construction employment. That is according to the latest numbers from the Associated General Contractors. Arizona added 16,500 construction jobs the past 12 months, according to […]

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    Gilbert approves rooftop neon signs in restaurant heavy Heritage District

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    By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The Gilbert Town Council has voted to allow new neon signs on top of buildings in its popular Heritage District area on Gilbert Road. The Town Council action will allow rooftop signs that promote the popular restaurant and bar area. The Heritage District is home to popular […]

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    Phoenix metro tops nation in net office leasing

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    By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The Phoenix metro area led the U.S. with net absorption (net office leasing) in the third quarter with 1.4 million square feet leased, according to commercial real estate brokerage firm CBRE. Chandler led office leasing during the most recent quarter with close to 492,500 square feet in […]

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    HUD’s Carson: Opportunity Zones helping foster partnerships

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    Twitter DSNews At the Real Deal’s annual Showcase & Forum, Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Director Ben Carson discussed the success of Opportunity Zones, which provide tax benefits to developers who invest in thousands of distressed areas across the country. “Through Opportunity Zones, the federal government is helping foster partnerships between people who may […]

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    Construction begins Gramercy Scottsdale

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    (Editor’s note: News releases are published as submitted unless there are errors of fact.) High Street Residential, the residential subsidiary of Trammell Crow Company, and its partner, Principal Real Estate Investors, announced that construction has begun on a luxury 160-unit multifamily development in the heart of Downtown Scottsdale. The five-story Class A building, known as Gramercy […]

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    Scottsdale agrees: Museum Square is in

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    A standing room only crowd filled Scottsdale’s City Hall Kiva on Oct. 16 when City Council approved Museum Square. / Scottsdale Progress By Wayne Schutsky | Scottsdale Progress Well over two years after the developer introduced the project, Museum Square received a unanimous green light from the Scottsdale City Council, setting the stage for the […]

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    Utah lawmaker floats use of eminent domain for trails but runs into barriers

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    Cyclists along the Jordan River Parkway in South Salt Lake on Thursday, May 30, 2019. Trail advocates hope to build a paved path on both sides of the river that runs the length of the Salt Lake Valley, but a proposal to allow the use of eminent domain to acquire land for such trail projects […]

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    Say hello to the most expensive listing in the U.S.

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    Casa Encantada Front Entrance. / Simon Berlyn / Forbes By Amy Dobson | Forbes Bel Air has hit the stratosphere once again. Casa Encantada, the 60-room home belonging to Gary Winnick (founder and chairman of Global Crossing, and who has previously appeared on several of Forbes’ Wealthiest lists) has officially come on the market with an […]

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      Census officials say an accurate count is priority in all communities in 2020

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      The U.S. Census Bureau’s Phoenix facility is one of two processing centers that will be processing 2020 census responses. Michael Brown demonstrates how the center uses sorting machines to quickly categorize census mail. /Photo by MacKinley Lutes-Adlhoch/Cronkite News By Deagan Urbatsch, | Cronkite News  Federal officials are determined to recruit workers and accurately count residents […]

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      Ducey says fix needed to address rare situations like Petersen’s

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      By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times Arizona needs some sort of law or procedure to oust elected county officials as necessary, Gov. Doug Ducey said Tuesday. But the governor does not favor turning some of these offices into appointed positions. Ducey repeated his call on Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen […]

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      As impeachment proceedings advance, Arizona governor says he still supports Trump

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      By Maria Polletta | Arizona Republic  Nearly a month after impeachment proceedings against the president began, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said he hadn’t seen anything that would lead him to rescind his support for Donald Trump’s reelection.  “I am standing behind the president,” the Republican leader said in response to reporters’ questions Tuesday, after a […]

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      Mark Kelly raises astronomical sum in bid to snag Arizona Senate seat from GOP

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      NEW YORK, NY – NOVEMBER 02: Captain Mark Kelly speaks on stage at LocationWorld 2016 Day 1 at The Conrad on November 2, 2016 in New York City. /Photo by Brian Ach/Getty Images for LocationWorld 2016 “It’s not necessarily that Sen. McSally is doing poorly. It is that Mark Kelly is doing spectacularly.” By James […]

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      Paradise Valley Planning Commission readies annual wish-list for the elected

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      The Planning Commission is a group of seven residents appointed by Town Council to provide recommendations on a wide array of land-use issues. / Independent Newsmedia / Arianna Grainey By Melissa Rosequist | Paradise Valley Independent Improving the process of alerting residents near proposed projects — commercial, residential or otherwise — within Paradise Valley town limits […]

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      House rejects Biggs measure censuring Schiff

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      House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) /Greg Nash By Juliegrace Bpufke | The Hill Democrats in the House turned aside a GOP-led privileged resolution to censure House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) on Monday in a 218-185 vote. Republicans and President Trump have increasingly targeted Schiff, a public face of the impeachment effort. […]

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      Longtime Litchfield Park councilman resigns, council seat open

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      Peter Mahoney By Tom Scanlon | West Valley View Sometimes, business and politics don’t mix. Peter Mahoney, a Litchfield Park councilman for nearly two decades, abruptly resigned on Oct. 4. Mahoney is the owner of three downtown Litchfield Park restaurants: Park Cafe, Old Pueblo Cafe and Papa Paul’s Brick Oven Pizza & Pasta. He said […]

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      Criticism ‘an opportunity to improve,’ Pinal manager says

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      Pinal County’s new County Manager Louis M. Andersen By Mark Cowling | Pinal Central This summer, the Pinal County Board of Supervisors asked the top contenders for the county manager’s job to respond to a hypothetical scenario. Under the scenario, the supervisors were taking heat for being unprepared for rapid population growth and the attendant […]

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

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

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

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

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        County supervisors may suspend Paul Petersen after adoption scheme arrest

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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        Why did it take so long for the arrest of Paul Petersen? Kaine Fisher, director Rose Law Group Family Law Dept., talks judicial system

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        Kaine Fisher speaking on Channels 3 and 5 By Brittni Thomason | AzFamily and CBS 5 After the arrest of County Assessor Paul Petersen in an adoption fraud operation this week, some wonder why it took so long to take him into custody. Court documents say a judge picked up on Paul Petersen’s scheme 13 […]

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          Energy and Environment View All →

          Hundreds of Mayors Call on Congress to Extend the Solar Investment Tax Credit

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          Bipartisan coalition of mayors see solar tax credit as critical for climate fight and economic growth (Editor’s note: News releases are published as submitted unless there are errors of fact.) WASHINGTON, D.C. – A bipartisan group of 231 mayors from Tacoma, Wash to Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. sent a letter to Congress today urging them to pass […]

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          California ditched coal. The gas company is worried it’s next; ‘why use gas when we can use sunshine instead,’ Court Rich, Rose Law Group co-founder asks

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          A sign declares the boundary line of the Southern California Gas storage facility at Aliso Canyon. / Michael Owen Baker / Los Angeles Times By Sammy Roth | Los Angeles Times Every day, millions of Californians burn a planet-warming fossil fuel to cook dinner, stay warm or take a hot shower. Persuading people to stop […]

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          [REGIONAL NEWS] Power blackouts likely again for hundreds of thousands of Californians this week

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          A gas station was vacant in Santa Rosa, California, after power was shut down as part of a statewide blackout on Oct. 10, 2019./Josh Edelson / AFP – Getty Images file Still reeling from criticism for shutting off power to up to 2 million people this month to prevent fires, PG&E says it could have […]

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          PG&E chief says blackout ‘cannot become the status quo’

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          The Sebastiani Theatre and much of downtown Sonoma remained dark during last week’s blackout across much of Northern California./CreditEzra Shaw/Getty Images By Ivan Penn | The New York Times  Pacific Gas & Electric presided over a blackout. Now it is under the spotlight. PG&E’s chief executive said Thursday night that the utility did a poor […]

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          Ducey says California power blackouts are because of ‘bad public policy’

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          By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via PinalCentral  Gov. Doug Ducey won’t criticize the the rates being charged by the state’s largest electric company despite the fact that 8 percent of its residential customers could not — or would not — pay their bills this summer. “I want to see us have successful energy […]

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          McSally urged to oppose Trump’s rollback of Obama fuel economy standards

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          Arizona and California have the 10 worst cities for air quality, of the 100 largest cities tracked by the 2019 report by the American Fitness Index. By James Carr, Melanie Porter and Grayson Schmidt | Cronkite News   Two Democratic legislators want Sen. Martha McSally to oppose the Trump administration’s plan to relax fuel economy standards […]

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          Sinema breaks with Dems on effort to overturn Trump power plant rule

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          By Robin Bravender | Arizona Mirror The U.S. Senate on Thursday rejected Democrats’ attempt to overturn a controversial Trump administration power plant regulation. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema was one of three Democrats who sided with the Republicans.  Democrats forced a Senate floor vote on a resolution to block the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s power plant rule, […]

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          Coal No More: As Navajo Generating Station coal plant closes, Page hopes growing tourism industry will steady economy

          Posted by   6 days ago

          By Ryan Randazzo, | Arizona Republic Page was built in one of the most remote corners of the West to support the construction of Glen Canyon Dam.  When the dam was completed in 1966 and the workers moved on, it left little in the way of an economy for Page until construction began on the […]

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            Cannabis and Hemp View All →

            [OPINION] Rumor has it the whole countryside smelled like popcorn

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            Employees tend to marijuana plants at the Aurora Cannabis facility in Edmonton. Photographer: Jason Franson/Bloomberg Aurora Cannabis is dumping its pot, which may be a sign it’s all over By Stephen McBride for Forbes (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only.) During World War I, American farmers were making a killing. With nearly […]

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            [REGIONAL NEWS] Colorado Supreme Court to weigh in on how judges decide when people on probation can use medical marijuana

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            The case involves an El Paso County judge who demanded the defendant bring a doctor to court The Colorado Supreme Court chambers at the Ralph Carr Judicial Center in Denver, Colorado November 14, 2013. /Photo by Hyoung Chang/The Denver Post By Saja Hindi | The Denver Post Colorado courts are still trying to figure out […]

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            [REGIONAL NEWS] Legal cannabis in New Mexico closer to reality

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            A work group of 22 policy leaders from across the state completed their recommendation to the Governor about what a recreational marijuana program would look like By Justin Matthews  |KOAT Making marijuana legal for anyone 21 and older in New Mexico is now in the hands of our elected officials, after a governor-appointed work group finished […]

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            Reefer madness clouds Old Town Scottsdale medical marijuana dispensary pursuit

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            Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Sunday Goods By Terrance Thornton | Scottsdale Independent A recent proposal to bring in a medical marijuana dispensary to Old Town Scottsdale has nearby proprietors concerned property values will go up in smoke, a burgeoning cohesive vision for the area could never emerge — and that kind of operation may bring […]

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            Yep, that’s a giant joint on the lawn of the Capitol

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            Rose Law Group Reporter Notable Photo: Marijuana activists hold up a 51-foot inflatable joint during a rally at the U.S. Capitol to call on Congress pass cannabis reform legislation on Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2019. /Caroline Brehman/CQ Roll Call

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            Square opens up payment processing to more CBD businesses; move signals industry growth, says Jonathan Udell, Rose Law Group Attorney focusing on the cannabis and hemp industries

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            Getty / Forbes By Tom Angell | Forbes Payments processor Square announced on Thursday that it is making its payment processing services available to more businesses that sell CBD products. The lack of financial services has been a key problem for companies in the cannabis industry, including those that only deal with cannabidiol, a non-intoxicating […]

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            Hemp animal feed? An “exciting alternative,’ says Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner, director of cannabis and hemp departments

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            Drovers By Greg Henderson | Drovers Volatility driven by overproduction, trade wars and ever-more fickle consumers has American farmers and ranchers facing the largest financial crisis in a generation. Searching for alternatives, many U.S. farmers are scrambling this winter to add hemp to their crop rotation, thanks to the green light given to the long-forbidden […]

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            ‘High-end’ marijuana dispensary planned for downtown Scottsdale

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            Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Sunday Goods By Lorraine Longhi | Arizona Republic Corrections & Clarifications: Jason Rose’s occupation was incorrect in a previous version of this article. Downtown Scottsdale may see its first medical marijuana dispensary — if it can overcome the potential hurdle a nearby preschool presents. Sunday Goods, which operates an all-natural cannabis farm in southeastern Arizona, wants […]

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              Water View All →

              City envisions a $66M pipe as a lifeline to SE Mesa

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              One possible route for the pipeline would be down busy Val Vista Drive to Baseline Road, where it would head east. / City of Mesa / East Valley Tribune By Jim Walsh | East Valley Tribune A deal with the Gila River Indian Community could deliver billions of gallons of drinking water to southeast Mesa, […]

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              [COLUMN] Solution to Pinal water shortage?

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              (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only.) By Andy Howell | Pinal Central The big news this week was the Big Boy train rolling through Pinal County with a stop in Casa Grande. It’s a good thing the historic steam engine didn’t need to take on water, because we don’t have any to […]

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              Pinal water-study pushback

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              This canal channels Central Arizona Project water to farmland in Pinal County. / Mike Christy / Arizona Daily Star By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter There is push back over assertions that fast-growing Pinal County does not have enough water to keep up with long-term growth. An analysis of an Arizona Department of […]

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              OPINION] Pinal County doesn’t have enough water for the long haul. What will we do about it?

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              This 1.8-mile-long fissure is 30 feet deep in places. It opened south of Arizona City after decades of heavy groundwater pumping./Photo- Arizona Department of Water Resources (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only.) Opinion: There are lot more straws in the ground now, all drawing from the same, finite pot. How many more […]

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              Experts: AZ water rules are flawed

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              Twitter Overhaul advised to ensure future supplies By Ian James | The Republic A set of water rules that has fueled rapid growth in Arizona’s suburbs is riddled with weaknesses, according to a new report by researchers at Arizona State University, who argue the system needs to be overhauled to protect homeowners from rising costs […]

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              As water sources dry up, Arizona farmers feel the heat of climate change

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              Knorr Farms owner Rob Knorr holding irrigation piping. / Civil Eats Farms in central Arizona will soon lose access to Colorado River water, impacting farmers, cities, and Native communities. By Meg Wilcox | Civil Eats This story is part of Covering Climate Now, a global collaboration of more than 250 news outlets to strengthen coverage of […]

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              Pinal County water woes already impacting development

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              A Central Arizona Project canal runs through the land that is slated to become the 2,511-acre Attesa motor sports park south of Casa Grande. Patrick Johnson, president of Attesa, said the canal will serve as a backdrop for a walking trail on the property. / Heather Smathers /PinalCentral By Suzanne Adams-Ockrassa | Casa Grande Dispatch […]

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              [OPINION] Pinal County’s water future requires local solutions today

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              Roosevelt Dam in 1911./Wikipedia By Tom Buschatzke, Director of the Arizona Department of Water Resources| Pinal Central  (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only.) The Roosevelt Dam in 1911. The Hoover Dam in 1936. The Central Arizona Project in 1993. Monumental projects like these often come first to mind when discussing Arizona’s water […]

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                The Dealmaker: 10/22/2019

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                The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox California ditched coal. The gas company is worried it’s next; ‘why use gas when we can use sunshine instead,’ Court Rich, Rose Law Group co-founder asks. “Persuading people […]

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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: $22.5MBuyer: 55 North Arizona Place, LLC Seller: DT Chandler PropertyProperty Type: Commercial Property Size: 98,358 SQ FTLocation: 55 N. Arizona Place & 105 Buffalo St., Chandler  APN: 303-06-138 – 139 Financing: New loan, conventionalTo view […]

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                The Dealmaker: 10/21/2019

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                The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox Criticism ‘an opportunity to improve,’ Pinal manager says. A few weeks into his new role as Pinal County Manager, Louis Andersen talks “citizen feedback” and “front burner” issues […]

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                The Dealmaker: 10/16/2019

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                The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox Pioneering immigration musical set for January world premier In Phoenix.Americano! A timely new musical based on the life of DREAMer Tony Valdovinos who discovers his undocumented status when […]

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                The Dealmaker: 10/15/2019

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                The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox Pinal County water woes already impacting development. “As of right now, we have no water.” That from the president of Attesa motor sports park, who had more to say on […]

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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: $85,750,000Buyer: BOF AZ Phoenix Gateway Center, LLC  Seller: ARE-LEI Phoenix Gateway Associates, LLC Property Type: Commercial Property Size: 560,335 SQ FTLocation: 410, 426, 432 N. 44th Street & 313 N. Gateway Blvd, Phoenix  APN: 104-24-011 […]

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                The Dealmaker: 10/14/2019

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                The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox Reefer madness clouds Old Town Scottsdale medical marijuana dispensary pursuit. (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Sunday Goods.) A “midnight-hour” legal challenge concerning Sunday Goods’ plans to open a medical cannabis […]

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                The Dealmaker: 10/11/2019

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                The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox What did you do yesterday?Tim Garvin Jr., Executive Vice President, City Property Management Co. Book recommendations, a homebuilder trade show and dressing up like a cowpoke occupy a […]

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