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Sunday Feature: Is this the end of productivity?

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Christina Animashaun/Vox; Getty Images Amid the pandemic, workers whose jobs once defined their lives are questioning what it was all for. By Sam Blum | Vox  Nina Rudnick sometimes dreams of an escape. As a director at a psychological research nonprofit, Rudnick, 37, is beholden to an inescapable reality: Work — and the feeling that […]

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Fate of COVID-19 liability bill unclear as Arizona Senate returns for 1 day

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Senate President Karen Fann R-Prescott, is looking to wrap up all unfinished Legislature business on Tuesday./Howard Fischer / Capitol Media Services By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times  State senators will return to the Capitol on Tuesday with the goal of finally finishing out the on-again, off-again legislative session that began […]

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Plight of ‘dreamers’ looms as Supreme Court decides their fate; RLG Immigration Chair Darius Amiri Weighs In

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By Darius Amiri | Arizona Capitol Times While the nation’s focus is rightfully on the COVID-19 crisis, another crisis is looming for a large group of young people. Dreamers are living a nightmare as they wait for the federal government to act on their status. There is no national consensus on immigration, with passionate viewpoints […]

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Rose Law Group’s New Economy (Virtual) Power Lunch – RECAP Edition

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By Rose Law Group Reporter Staff Get up to speed by watching all nine episodes of Arizona’s original (and only) virtual power lunch! Co-created and co-hosted by Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose and Partner Court Rich, this weekly virtual power powwow hit the ground running and continues to be Arizona’s No. 1 interactive source for insights from top homebuilders, […]

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Arizona aiming to reopen camps this summer, schools this fall

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The marquee at Centennial Middle School tells the story early March 16 the first day all schools in Arizona were ordered closed for two weeks by Gov. Doug Ducey due to the coronavirus outbreak. /Randy Hoeft/Yuma Sun  By Maria Polletta and Lily Altavena | Arizona Republic   Gov. Doug Ducey is working with education leaders to […]

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Arizona has some of the fewest COVID-19 restrictions compared to other states

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By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Arizona has some of the fewest COVID-19 restrictions on businesses and public gatherings among U.S. states. That is according to new research from WalletHub. Overall, Arizona has the 8th fewest number of COVID-19 restrictions in the country. Arizona has the fewest mandates and requirements to wear face […]

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    Waiting for distressed Valley multifamily deals? Nothing to see here, at least not yet

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    Twitter By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal Out-of-state investors circling the Valley that are waiting to swoop in and buy distressed multifamily units in the region may be waiting a while. Cameron Carter, a partner at Phoenix-based Rose Law Group who is heading up a new practice group focused on strategic due diligence and […]

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    Arizona lost construction jobs not as severe as California, New York other states

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    By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Arizona lost 3,600 construction jobs in April with COVID-19 impacting the economy. But the loss of construction jobs was more severe in New York, California and other states, according to the Associated General Contractors. Arizona saw a 2.1 percent decline, according to AGC. Arizona construction sites were […]

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    Club West Conservancy counters HOA board’s suit dismissal request

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    The Club West Golf Course was closed in February 2018 and owner Wilson Gee has been trying to sell it, saying the high cost of city water makes it unprofitable. While a group of investors who want to buy it want to sell some of the land for homes, the Club West Conservancy is fighting […]

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    Redevelopment Plans Would Mature And Evolve Scottsdale’s Entertainment District When Economy Needs Diversification, Investments, Jobs

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    FRIDAY, MAY 22, 2020Contact: Mike SunnucksRose+Moser+Allyn Public and Online RelationsEmail: MSunnucks@RoseMoserAllynPR.comPhone: 623.760.55435 Shade, solar, sustainability, boutique hotels and the arts highlight the Scottsdale Collective which is being formed through significant public outreach. (SCOTTSDALE) — A redevelopment proposal would mature and take Scottsdale’s Entertainment District to a more sophisticated level when the community and local economy […]

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    Some cautious optimism for housing market

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    By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter There are indications that COVID-19 might not be hitting the housing as hard as initially expected. Steven Hensley, a research analyst with Belfiore Real Estate Consulting, points to the Tucson real estate market where the drop in sales has not yet been a severe as previously projected. […]

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    [VIDEO] PinalCentral Q&A with GG Mayor Craig McFarland

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    Live Q&A with Mayor McFarlandAsk the mayor your questions live Thursday at 5 p.m. He’ll give an update on the current status of COVID-19, the reopening of city amenities and more!Posted by Casa Grande Dispatch on Thursday, May 21, 2020

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    Plan to restore SALT tax deductions could add $1 trillion in housing value

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    By Donna Olshan | Forbes On May 15, Congress passed a $3-trillion stimulus bill called the HEROES Act. Buried inside the bill is a measure that would reinstate the so-called SALT itemized deductions for 2020 and 2021. The bill now goes to the Senate, where it will be picked over, and according to many observers, […]

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    Parking, height changes sought for Heritage District project

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    Heritage North would include a hotel, some kind of multi-family project, a parking garage, offices and retail and restaurants downtown, under the plan proposed by the developer. Town of Gilbert/Gilbert Sun News By Cecilia Chan | Gilbert Sun News The developer behind a mixed-use development that includes a 150-room, six-story hotel in the Heritage District is […]

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      The city of Phoenix gained 234,301 new residents over the past decade gaining more population than any other city in the country, according to new Census Bureau data

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      By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Phoenix’s city population stands at 1,680,992, according to new Census data. Phoenix has added on 25,300 new residents each year on average between 2010 and 2019. The city ranks as the 6th largest U.S. city. New York is still the most populous U.S. city with 8.18 million residents in […]

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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 still remains 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 […]

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      [VIDEO] PinalCentral Q&A with GG Mayor Craig McFarland

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      Live Q&A with Mayor McFarlandAsk the mayor your questions live Thursday at 5 p.m. He’ll give an update on the current status of COVID-19, the reopening of city amenities and more!Posted by Casa Grande Dispatch on Thursday, May 21, 2020

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      Coalition of American Chambers drafts letter to Congress regarding liability relief

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      By Glenn Hamer | Chamber Business News The undersigned chambers of commerce urge Congress to pass timely, temporary and targeted liability relief legislation to provide businesses a safe harbor from unwarranted lawsuits that, left unchecked, will endanger the fight against the pandemic and undermine the safe and orderly return to work for millions of Americans. […]

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      Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport announces ‘Stay Healthy, Fly Safe’ action plan

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      Phoenix Mesa Gateway Terminal Independent Newsmedia Efforts to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus have altered the most typical and routine daily behaviors. Air travel has not escaped this new reality. The airline industry has been significantly impacted as the country shut down and people were encouraged to stay at home. Nationwide, year-over-year passenger […]

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      SW Valley cities map own courses for reopening

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      Photo courtesy: City of Goodyear By Kelly O’Sullivan | Independent Newsmedia There will be no cookie-cutter reopenings for Southwest Valley municipalities. The cities of Buckeye, Goodyear and Litchfield Park are all going at their own pace as officials implement plans to reopen public buildings and other facilities that closed in March when Gov. Doug Ducey […]

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      FH weathering economic impact

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      By Bob Burns | Fountain Hills Times With the COVID-19 pandemic causing a near shutdown, not just nationwide but worldwide, the economic stability to operate governments, right down to the local level, has been severely undermined. Many states and communities are scrambling to figure out how to keep going with the services they provide the […]

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        Regional News: Three Republican groups sue California governor over mail-in-vote

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        FILE PHOTO: California’s Governor Gavin Newsom speaks to the media March 3, 2020./ REUTERS/Gabriela Bhaskar  (Reuters) – The Republican National Committee (RNC) and two other Republican groups on Sunday filed a lawsuit against California Governor Gavin Newsom over his executive orders to use mail-in ballots for the November election. California was the first state in […]

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        Trump advisers warn McSally is in trouble

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        Worries about an Arizona Senate seat surface at the White House as polls show Trump losing to Joe Biden in the state, too. Sen. Martha McSally. /Shawn Thew via Pool/Getty Images By Alex Isenstadt | POLITICO Senior political advisers to President Donald Trump warned Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Thursday that Republican Sen. Martha McSally […]

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        Arizona counties plan to send early ballot applications to voters, a move that angered Trump in other states

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        Election officials in Arizona are planning to send an application for a mail ballot to every voter who has not signed up to receive one, which proponents argue is one way of ensuring fears of the new coronavirus do not dampen participation in the 2020 election. President Donald Trump has assailed similar plans in other […]

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        GOP write-in candidates face steep challenges in Corporation Commission campaign

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        Photo Facebook By Jeremy Duda | Arizona Mirror Two Republicans have filed to run as write-in candidates for the Arizona Corporation Commission, but face a difficult path as they seek to ensure that the GOP doesn’t concede a seat on the powerful regulatory body to the Democrats. The Arizona Supreme Court last week ruled that […]

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        How Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s return could haunt Trump in battleground Arizona

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        FILE PHOTO – In this Jan. 26, 2016, file photo, then Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump joins then Maricopa County, Ariz., Sheriff Joe Arpaio campaign event at the Roundhouse Gymnasium in Marshalltown, Iowa. The taxpayer bill for a racial profiling case stemming from former Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s immigration patrols in metropolitan Phoenix is expected to […]

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        Arizona in Biden’s eye

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        Former US Vice President Joe Biden speaks during the First State Democratic Dinner in Dover, Delaware, on March 16, 2019. /Photo by SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images By Eric Bradner, Arlette Saenz and Sarah Mucha | CNN Joe Biden’s campaign says it will have leadership in place in battleground states, as well as 600 organizers, […]

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        No pressing the flesh, but candidates learn to campaign under COVID-19

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        By McKenzie Sadegh | Cronkite News In any other election year, Eva Putzova would be driving across Arizona’s sprawling 1st District to get to in-person campaign events in her challenge to Rep. Tom O’Halleran, D-Sedona. But this is not any other election year. Faced with the stay-home orders and social distancing brought on by the […]

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        Arizona Supreme Court rejects bid by groups to gather initiative petition signatures online

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        By Andrew Oxford | Arizona Republic  The education group Save Our Schools, pictured during a 2018 March to the state Capitol, was among groups that sought to gather initiative petitions online as an alternative to in-person gathering because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Arizona Supreme Court rejected the idea. The Arizona Supreme Court will not […]

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          Fearful of covid-19, older people are changing their living wills

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          By Judith Graham | The Washington Post Last month, Minna Buck revised a document specifying her wishes should she become critically ill. “No intubation,” she wrote in large letters on the form, making sure to include the date and her initials. Buck, 91, had been following the news about covid-19. She knew her chances of […]

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          Banner Gateway treated 20 pregnant women in Paul Petersen’s adoption scheme without raising alarms

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          Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen leaves the Matheson courthouse in Salt Lake City with his attorney Scott Williams and another unidentified man on Nov. 15, 2019./Scott Winterton/Desert News By Robert Anglen | Arizona Republic  The staff at Mercy Gilbert Medical Center suspected the pregnant women were in trouble. They came in days apart, three in […]

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          A new Covid-19 crisis: Domestic abuse rises worldwide; Phoenix dealing with it, says Kaine Fisher, RLG partner, director Family Law

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          Steve Benson Amanda Taub | New York Times Add another public health crisis to the toll of the new coronavirus: Mounting data suggests that domestic abuse is acting like an opportunistic infection, flourishing in the conditions created by the pandemic. There was every reason to believe that the restrictions imposed to keep the virus from […]

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          Breaking up and social distancing; a precarious time, says Kaine Fisher, RLG partner, director of Family Law

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          It’s been a major mind shift, having to be alone in a half empty house with holes from where his stuff was,” Leah, a newly single IT manager, told us./ Malte Mueller Getty Inages Social distancing makes splitting up extra hard. We asked therapists (and the newly single) how to cope with the coronavirus pandemic […]

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          A high-stakes divorce illustrates how the rich play real-estate tug of war; RLG family attorney Audra Petrolle comments

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          By Candace Taylor | Wall Street Journal In 2011, Texas financier Wilbur Edwin “Ed” Bosarge and his wife of 22 years, Marie Bosarge, used a trust to buy, for about $45 million, a flat on Belgrave Square in London, an area nicknamed “Billionaire Square.” Mrs. Bosarge said she then set about decorating the home with […]

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          Child parenting exchanges and COVID-19: RLG Partner and Director of Family Law Kaine Fisher discusses [VIDEO]

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          Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Family Law Kaine Fisher discusses parenting exchanges and COVID-19. 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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          Split families make pacts, duel over custody amid virus; Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group partner, Family Law director, cites relevant court guidelines

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          How do single parents take care of themselves and their children?/Credit: Hanna Ingber/The New York Times By Amy Taxin | KAAL-TV As the country hunkered down to fend off the coronavirus, Carolina McAuley expected her middle school-age kids would continue to shuffle between her house and her ex-husband’s – until she got sick. Suddenly, her […]

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          RLG Partner and Director of Family Law Kaine Fisher stresses honesty amid COVID-19 pandemic [VIDEO]

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          Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Family Law Kaine Fisher says honesty is vital in this COVID-19 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 entirely […]

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            Private meetings spark concerns as Arizona considers rules for streams and wetlands

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            By Ian James | Arizona Republic Publish An advisory group created by Arizona environmental regulators has been meeting on Zoom to discuss ideas for new state regulations to protect streams and wetlands.   The group’s members, including representatives of cities, water suppliers, environmental nonprofits, the mining industry, developers and others, have held three online meetings so […]

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            GOP write-in candidates face steep challenges in Corporation Commission campaign

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            Photo Facebook By Jeremy Duda | Arizona Mirror Two Republicans have filed to run as write-in candidates for the Arizona Corporation Commission, but face a difficult path as they seek to ensure that the GOP doesn’t concede a seat on the powerful regulatory body to the Democrats. The Arizona Supreme Court last week ruled that […]

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            Supreme Court throws another Republican off Corporation Commission ballot

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            By Dillon Rosenblatt | Arizona Capitol Times Kim Owens Another Republican candidate hoping to get elected to the Arizona Corporation Commission has fallen short due to the Arizona Supreme Court reversing a lower court’s decision on her nominating petitions. Kim Owens, an executive for Gordon C. James Public Relations, originally won her trial court challenge […]

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            State Supreme Court rules Corporation Commissioner Boyd Dunn cannot appear on ballot

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            By Andrew Oxford | Arizona Republic  Boyd Dunn The Arizona Supreme Court said Corporation Commissioner Boyd Dunn cannot appear on the Republican primary ballot, upholding the decision of a lower court judge to boot him from the race after a campaign worker said she forged some of his nominating petition signatures. The decision upends Dunn’s […]

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            Corporation Commissioner candidate Sloan remains on ballot, Supreme Court rules

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            Arizona’s Politics Eric Sloan A Republican candidate for a seat on the Arizona Corporation Commission can remain on the election ballot, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.. Eric Sloan will be on the primary election ballot in August. The court affirmed the trial court’s ruling that  Mary Halford challenged a batch of signatures, but did not […]

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            Gilbert hopes $600K grant will help chart course on recycling, waste diversion and growth

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            By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The town of Gilbert is looking to apply for a $600,000 grant to help chart the course of its recycling and waste management programs. City managers are asking the Gilbert Town Council to approve a request to submit for a $600,000 environmental solutions grant from the Robert […]

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            Deal to take Nikola public clears latest hurdle, merger vote set

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            By Jeff Gifford | Phoenix Business Journal A plan to transform Phoenix-based electric vehicle startup Nikola Corp. into a publicly traded company rolled ahead Tuesday after stockholders at VectoIQ Acquisitions Corp. agreed to extend the time to complete the deal beyond this week’s deadline. The special meeting vote on Tuesday paves the way for the […]

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            Pinal County has infrastructure in place to handle development boom

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            Above: In the first quarter of 2020, the long-awaited Lucid Motors Manufacturing Plant in Casa Grande began to really take shape./AZBigMedia (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Saint Holdings.) By Steve Burks | AZBigMedia A little patience and a lot of planning is beginning to pay off in Pinal County. Public officials and private companies with the […]

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              Scottsdale asked to extend hours for medical marijuana dispensaries

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              By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The city of Scottsdale is being asked to extend hours of operations for medical marijuana dispensaries. Medical cannabis dispensaries in Scottsdale currently operate from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. The city is being asked to allow dispensaries to stay open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Harvest […]

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              EXCLUSIVE: Awarding recreational marijuana licenses under the Smart & Safe Arizona Act, by RLG attorney Jonathan Udell.

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              By Jonathan Udell | Attorney at Rose Law Group As the wheels of commerce ground to a halt in March, starry-eyed entrepreneurs geared up for an election that could bring about the legalization of marijuana in Arizona. The Smart & Safe Arizona Act [SSAA] needed 237,645 signatures to be on the ballot. It now has […]

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              Coolidge puts off decision on allowing outdoor marijuana cultivation

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              By Rofida Khairalla | Coolidge Examiner COOLIDGE — An effort to allow for outdoor cultivation of marijuana within the city limits came to a standstill, at least temporarily, during the April 13 Coolidge City Council meeting. The proposed amendments to the zoning code were tabled to allow additional information to be brought to the council […]

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              Arizona marijuana dispensary sales set record; growth to continue, says Adam Trenk, RLG partner and director of cannabis, hemp departments

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              By Ryan Randazzo | The Republic The coronavirus pandemic didn’t slow down growth in Arizona’s medical marijuana program, state figures show, with qualified patients buying more than a ton more marijuana in March than they did in February. The 17,095 pounds of marijuana sold by medical-marijuana dispensaries in March was more than 2,200 pounds above what […]

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              Gilbert considers zoning changes to allow for industrial hemp; RLG Partner and Director of cannabis, hemp and equine law Adam Trenk comments

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              By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The Gilbert Town Council is scheduled to consider proposed zoning changes to allow for industrial hemp processing production in industrial areas. The Gilbert Council will hold a hearing and potentially vote on the changes at its April 21st meeting. The proposed changes would add industrial hemp to […]

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              Is marijuana real estate pandemic-proof?

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              By Sebastian Obando | National Real Estate Investor A number of states deemed marijuana shops “essential” businesses and pot sales were up in recent weeks. Does that mean marijuana real estate is pandemic-proof? While many bricks-and-mortar stores have temporarily shut down recently because they were deemed as “non-essential” in a time of a pandemic, the […]

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              Adam Trenk, RLG partner and cannabis law department director, talks about dispensaries and COVID-19 [VIDEO]

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              Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Cannabis, Hemp and Equine Law Adam Trenk talks about dispensaries and COVID-19. 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 […]

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              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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                Here’s how less than 10% of farmland could solve the Colorado River’s water deficit

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                Lake Mead formed by Hoover Dam/Cronkite News By Bruce Babbitt, opinion contributor/Arizona Republic Opinion: A voluntary program could eliminate the million acre-foot overdraft on the Colorado River while still maintaining the dominant role of agriculture./(Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only. It is no exaggeration to say that a mega-drought not seen in […]

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                COVID-19 stopped Arizona’s public groundwater debate – and just when it was getting good

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                Aquifer levels are continuing to drop, some by alarming numbers. Opinion: Public groundwater planning efforts have mostly ground to a halt, and just when the work was pivoting from fact-finding to solution-making./ (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only.) By Joanna Allhands | Arizona Republic  The clock is ticking for Arizona’s limited groundwater supply. Aquifer […]

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                SCOTUS ruling threatens property rights and Trump administration’s dereg efforts.

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                By Christian Britschgi | Reason The U.S. Supreme Court has set the stage for continued conflict between environmentalists, polluters, and property owners with a muddled decision that attempts to establish the outer boundaries of the federal government’s power under the Clean Water Act. In a 6-3 ruling handed down on Thursday in Maui v Hawaii Wildlife Fund—which dealt […]

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                Buckeye adopts a plan to find more water as city rapidly expands

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                By Joshua Bowling | The Republic Buckeye leaders recently approved a plan that outlines the city’s current water supplies and how much the suburb some 40 miles west of Phoenix needs to acquire to grow sustainably. Buckeye, the fastest-growing city in the U.S., doesn’t have the water it needs to meet its loftiest population projections. It has relied since […]

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                Timeline begins for implementation of Trump WOTUS rule

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                NAHB Now The Federal Register today published the final “Navigable Waters Protection Rule” (NWPR), which is the Trump Administration’s new definition of “waters of the United States” (WOTUS). Publication of the rule marks a major step forward in efforts to clarify federal jurisdiction under the Clean Water Act. Today’s milestone starts a 60-day timeline, after […]

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                Report: Arizona’s Colorado River water supply will hold steady next year

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                A state water manager says voluntary water reductions as part of the drought contingency plan are working in the short term./Lake Mead/AZPM By Ariana Brocious | Arizona Public Media Arizona’s water supply from the Colorado River will remain consistent into next year. That’s good news in the eyes of state water managers. Under the drought […]

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                Navajo Nation’s water shortage may be supporting COVID-19 spread

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                Workers for Dig Deep’s Navajo Water Project prepare an underground 1,200-gallon water cistern to provide a family with running water in their home. /Photo: Dig Deep By Debra Utacia Krol | Arizona Republic Three winters ago, Sen. Jamescita Peshlakai experienced firsthand the impact of the lack of running water or other basic infrastructure for many […]

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                Arizona, neighbor states begin work on new plan to address drought

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                By Andrew Nicla | The Arizona Republic  As decades of drought persists, water leaders in Arizona and other states that depend on the Colorado River are working on a plan to adjust what could be a new normal they say is fueled by climate change. This time, they’ll be working with less water. Over the […]

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                  Cameron’s $5M + deals of the day

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                  Cameron Carter, Director of Rose Law Group’s Transactional Real Estate Department, thinks you need to know about these transactions in Maricopa County. Price: $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

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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:  $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

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                  Cameron Carter, Director of Rose Law Group’s Transactional Real Estate Department, thinks you need to know about these transactions in Maricopa County. Price: $25.6M 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

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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: $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

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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: $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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