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Entertain at an event like no other: The Ninth Annual Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships

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There are 41 home basketball games for the Phoenix Suns, 81 home baseball games for the Arizona Diamondbacks, at least 8 home football games for the Arizona Cardinals. But there is only ONE Scottsdale Polo Party. Where will you be on November 2nd? The Ninth Annual Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships returns then with many new […]

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Fun cities in Arizona

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Survey says Tucson the leader for fun WalletHub Everyone likes to have fun. But we all prefer our personal brand of a good time. Some people like trying new restaurants, traveling, going to bars and clubs or playing outdoor sports. Others enjoy riding roller coasters, going to the movies, or playing video games. But having […]

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[SUNDAY FEATURE] Big Tech’s 2020 news push

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Illustration: Sarah Grillo/Axios By Sara Fischer | Axios Tech companies are ramping up efforts to support news companies as they face pressure to elevate quality news and information ahead of the 2020 election. Why it matters: Tech titans, particularly Google and Facebook, have been blamed for their role in spreading misinformation during the 2016 election […]

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Diamondbacks CEO says team is ‘focused on Arizona’ amid report of secret relocation talks with Las Vegas

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Arizona D-backs CEO Derrick Hall told 12 News that the information in the ‘Las Vegas-Review Journal’ report was result of the city expressing interest in the team. By  Jessica Suerth | 12 News The CEO of the Arizona Diamondbacks continued to stress that the team is staying put in the state amid a recent report that […]

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Roll Tide, uh, hide: Leaving an Alabama football game early will get you followed

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By Jessica Campsi | The Hill The University of Alabama is sparking concerns about data privacy after creating an app that tracks students’ locations to keep them from leaving football games early. After attendance at Crimson Tide games sunk to a 22-year low last season, coach Nick Saban became frustrated about the lack of student […]

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Survey finds Phoenix work-life balance better than Tucson

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In Phoenix, residents work an average of 41.9 hours a week, with 13% working more than 48 hours a week, according to the study. By Matthew Arrojas | Business Journal Whether it’s disconnecting from your phone after clocking out or taking off early to get to a recital, everybody has their own ways to maintain […]

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Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose to speak on Phoenix Business Journal Panel: ‘The State of Business in Phoenix’

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Jordan Rose On Tuesday, September 17th, Jordan Rose, Rose Law Group founder and president, will be speaking at the ‘State of Business in Phoenix’ event along with Sandra Watson, President & CEO, Arizona Commerce Authority. The Phoenix region experienced a tremendous economic upswing in 2019. But what is it that makes this area ideal for […]

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    Chasing the city center is a journey through Tucson’s story

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    By Henry Brean and Alex Devoid | Arizona Daily Star From a strict, geographic point of view, the center of Tucson sits in an unremarkable patch of desert surrounded by a fence topped with barbed wire. The spot is strictly off limits, and for good reason. If you try to go there, you can expect […]

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    Glendale could expand medical marijuana buffer zones

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    By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The city of Glendale is looking at expanding buffer zones between medical marijuana dispensaries and day care centers, parks, libraries and substance abuse treatment facilities. Glendale’s current ordinance requires medical marijuana dispensaries to be at least 1,320 feet from schools. The West Valley city is looking at […]

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    Legacy Traditional Schools expands with West Surprise campus

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    AZBigMedia AZBigMedia Legacy Traditional Schools, a popular Arizona network of “A”-rated public charter schools, is building a second school in the Surprise area, located at Cactus Rd. & Cotton Lane. The West Surprise school, which is Legacy’s 16th Arizona campus, is scheduled to open in the fall of 2020. Legacy Traditional School – West Surprise will […]

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    Tempe considering plans for new Town Lake office building

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    Tempe Town Lake. / Wikipedia By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The Tempe City Council is considering plans by Irgens for a new 100,000-square-foot office building on the north side of Tempe Town Lake. The 999 Playa development is located south of the Loop 202 and just east of Rural Road. Irgens plans […]

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    [GUEST COLUMN] Paradise Valley reinvigorates its mountain preservation trust

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    Julie Pace By Julie Pace | Paradise Valley Independent Over 240 acres worth over $100 million dollars. Civic leaders of Paradise Valley have made important progress to preserve mountain views and open space that are integral to the residential and resort community. Since 1997, Paradise Valley had Mummy Mountain Trust, which focused on preserving land […]

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    Meet the new wave of female builders

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    How women in construction are responding to sexism and isolation by creating a community — and a future — for themselves By Maile Pingel | The Washington Post Angela Cacace’s career began with a magazine contest. The D.C. barber had moved to North Carolina for her husband’s job and so successfully remodeled their kitchen that […]

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    New in the East Valley

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    Crossings at Meridian. / AZBigMedia By Melissa Larsen | Arizona Foothills Magazine With beautiful new family-friendly communities and one sure-to-be-amazing park in the works, the East Valley is solidifying its spot as an ideal locale for families to live and play in the Valley. Located in Mesa’s growing Gateway corridor off Ray and Ellsworth Roads, Cadence […]

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    Paradise Valley estate near Camelback Country Club sells for $2.83M

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    House with skylights in Paradise Valley’s Camelback Country Club Estates II community sold for $2.83M / Arizonaliving.com By Ebony Day | Arizona Republic Courtyards, beamed ceilings and stone flooring are among the luxurious features in some of this week’s most expensive home sales in metro Phoenix. Among the buyers and sellers: an auto repair company president, […]

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      Arizona progressives seek to censure Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema

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      By Yvonne Wingett Sanchez | Arizona Republic  Sen. Kyrsten Sinema is facing a censure vote from the Arizona Democratic Party, brought by progressives who deem her politics too accommodating to President Donald Trump at the expense of Democratic values.  Sinema, D-Ariz., built a moderate political brand during her three terms in the House of Representatives, […]

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      [REGIONAL NEWS] Colorado becomes first state to ban barcodes for counting votes over security concerns

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      By Kevin Collier | CNN Government and industry leaders have reached a general consensus that the US needs to use paper ballots so that elections can be properly audited./Photo credit: Adapted by WhoWhatWhy from Christiaan Colen / Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) and Douglas W. Jones / Wikimedia Commons (CC0). Citing security concerns, Colorado has become the first state […]

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      [GUEST COLUMN] Paradise Valley reinvigorates its mountain preservation trust

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      Julie Pace By Julie Pace | Paradise Valley Independent Over 240 acres worth over $100 million dollars. Civic leaders of Paradise Valley have made important progress to preserve mountain views and open space that are integral to the residential and resort community. Since 1997, Paradise Valley had Mummy Mountain Trust, which focused on preserving land […]

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      [OPINION] Look who’s taking Kelli Ward to the woodshed

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      By Laurie Roberts, | Arizona Republic  Opinion: Arizona GOP Chairwoman Kelli Ward’s mini-Trump routine may delight the hard right, but as her hometown newspaper has correctly figured out, it’s a turnoff to, well, everybody else. (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only.) State GOP Chairwoman Kelli Ward was taken to woodshed over […]

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      Measure planned to bar ‘self-dealing’ at the Arizona Capitol, curb restrictions on initiative measures

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      By Jeremy Duda | Arizona Mirror Voters next year may get a chance to bar lawmakers from voting on legislation that benefits them financially, roll back restrictions on citizen initiatives and repeal a ban on door-to-door ballot collections through a wide-raging ballot measure crafted by a group of Democratic operatives. The Democracy and Accountability Act […]

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      Government agendas for week of Sept 16 – 30, 2019

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      Cities and Towns: 9-17 Apache Junction council meeting 9-17 Carefree council meeting 9-16 Casa Grande council meeting 9-16 Cave Creek council meeting 9-17 Flagstaff council meeting 9-16 Florence council meeting 9-19 Gilbert council meeting 9-17 Marana council meeting 9-17 Maricopa council meeting 9-19 Mesa study session – Agenda not available 9-18 Oro Valley council meeting […]

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      City of Phoenix partners with Cisco and Microsoft for iCount 2020

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      On Thursday, City of Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego announced the city’s public-private partnership with Cisco and Microsoft in support of the iCount 2020 campaign, which promotes awareness in achieving a successful census count in 2020 through Census Outreach vehicles with state-of-the-art technology. / Photo by Alyssa Tufts / AZ Big Media AZBigMedia City of Phoenix […]

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      Republican legislator says Secretary of State slow in informing candidates of new requirement

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        Warren Petersen, R-Gilbert/ Photo by Jerod MacDonald-Evoy / Arizona Mirror By Jeremy Duda | Arizona Mirror A top Republican in the Arizona House of Representatives blasted the state’s Democratic elections chief for failing to inform candidates of a new requirement that could invalidate the signatures they collect to qualify for the ballot, though they […]

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        [REGIONAL NEWS] Pat Bowlen’s oldest daughters battle for Broncos ownership, risking disinheritance

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        Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen in 2006.Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images By Rick Sallinger The future of the ownership of the Denver Broncos is headed back to court. Two daughters of the late Pat Bowlen, Beth Bowlen Wallace and Amie Bowlen Klemmer, have filed a petition claiming the trust now running the team is invalid. […]

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        ‘Real Housewives of Orange County’ star Gina Kirschenheiter’s estranged husband unable to pay support; Rose Law Group family lawyer Audra Petrolle comments on the report

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        Gina Kirschenheiter attends a pre-Grammy event in Los Angeles on Feb.7, 2019. / Photo Credit: Getty Images / Paul Archuleta By Frank Lovece | Special to Newsday Matt Kirschenheiter, the estranged husband of “The Real Housewives of Orange County” star and Long Island native Gina Kirschenheiter, says he has lost his job and cannot pay […]

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        Arizona Supreme Court to review decision over use of frozen embryos when couples split, a case with no clear rules, says Audra Petrolle, Rose Law Group family lawyer

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        By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Daily Star The state’s high court has agreed to wade into the controversial issue of the rights of parties in a divorce to decide what happens to eggs they had fertilized — and whether one can be forced to become a parent against his or her […]

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        How a bitter divorce battle on Earth led to claims of a crime in space

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        The domestic troubles of Anne McClain, left, a decorated NASA astronaut, appear to have extended into outer space./ Credit Maxim Babenko for The New York Times By Mike Baker | The New York Times Summer Worden, a former Air Force intelligence officer living in Kansas, has been in the midst of a bitter separation and […]

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        Now some families are hiring coaches to help them raise phone-free children

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        Screen consultants are here to help you remember life before smartphones and tablets. (Spoiler: get a dog!) By Nellie Bowles | The New York Times Parents around the country, alarmed by the steady patter of studies around screen time, are trying to turn back time to the era before smartphones. But it’s not easy to […]

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        Separate bank accounts will not protect your money in a divorce; insulate separate assets says Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group partner and director of Family Law Department

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        By Megan Leonhardt | CNBC Millennials, once again, are doing things differently than prior generations. It turns out 28% are forgoing the traditional joint bank account after marriage and opting to keep their finances completely separate, according to a Bank of America survey. That’s more than double the number of Gen X and baby boomer couples […]

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        U.S. Supreme Court refuses to hear Indian Child Welfare case; curtailing Indian Child Welfare Act would be an intrusion on sovereignty, says Rose Law Group Family Law Attorney Audra Petrolle

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        By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times The U.S. Supreme Court has rebuffed a bid to void a federal law that challengers claim is racist because it places the desires and rights of Native American tribes over the constitutionally protected best interests of children. That, however, does not mean the justices […]

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        LGBT couples told ‘You’re ‘out of wedlock,’ kids aren’t citizens; such action obstructs our core values, says Audra Petrolle, Rose Law Group family law attorney

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        Photo Illustration by Lyne Lucien/The Daily Beast/Photos Getty Children of U.S. citizens are falling victim to a policy that de-recognizes their parents’ marriage—and strips them of their birthright citizenship By Scott Bixby | Daily Beast No parent can ever be fully prepared for the arrival of a new baby. But when Roee and Adiel Kiviti […]

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          [REGIONAL NEWS] Trump administration to block California’s stringent auto emission rules

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          Environmental Protection Agency officials sent the state a letter last week warning that the tougher emission rules violate federal law. By David Jackson, Michael Collins and John Fritze | USA TODAY  The Trump administration is planning to revoke California’s authority to set its own vehicle emission standards, blocking an environmental effort by the deeply blue […]

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          Nothing standing in the way of energy storage’s ‘explosive growth’: Navigant

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          Credit: GE By Ricardo Rodriguez | Utility Dive The growth of the global energy storage market is creating one headline after another, as analysis after analysis predicts new heights of investments and deployments. Coupled with falling technology costs, particularly for lithium-ion batteries, energy storage is expected to play a key part in the global transition […]

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          [REGIONAL NEWS] Mighty 5 campaign brought an extra half-million visitors to parks; now Utah wants to steer them to other places

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          This “wallscape,” depicting Utah’s national parks, towered over Los Angeles’ Wilshire Boulevard for two months in 2013. This was the start of the state’s famed “Mighty 5” ad campaign, which new research shows helped drive the big visitation surges at some of the parks / Photo courtesy of Utah Office of Tourism By Brian Maffly […]

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          [REGIONAL NEWS — OPINION] Interior Department is cutting the public out of public lands planning

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           Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in Utah is a good example of what’s at stake with these plans./Utah Geological Survey In the past four months alone, BLM has done a bait-and-switch on six management plans covering 22 million acres in Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Montana and Oregon. By Anne Shields, former chief of staff for former Interior […]

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          Businesses welcome, environmentalists dread end of Obama-era water rule

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          Arizona Farm Bureau President Stefanie Smallhouse said the rule turned what was once a sensible process for farmers on its head  Critics of the Trump administration’s plan to repeal the Waters of the United States rule said that it will leave waters in much of the West unprotected by the Clean Water Act, pointing to […]

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          Energy development in Utah could grow by 280 square miles after federal lease auction nets $1.5M in bids

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          The Bureau of Land Management auctioned oil and gas leases on an archaeologically rich part of San Juan County surrounding Montezuma Canyon, pictured here. /Courtesy photo by EcoFlight By Brian Maffly | The Salt Lake Tribune The share of Utah under lease for oil and gas development could grow by nearly 280 square miles this […]

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          [OPINION] Rose Law Group Co-Founder Court Rich in AZCentral: Here’s the question no one is asking about APS’s secret spending

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          Don Brandt, CEO of Arizona Public Service and its parent company, Pinnacle West Capital Corp., appears before the Arizona Corporation Commission in Phoenix on Sept. 4, 2019. /Pool Photo: Tom Tingle/The Republic Opinion: Why did APS funnel money to support the son of a regulator when he ran for secretary of state? The Corporation Commission […]

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          Grijalva accuses Trump administration of ‘poorly-veiled attempt’ to scrap BLM

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          Rep. Raúl Grijalva (D-Tucson) speaks during a news conference at the U.S. Capitol./\Photo by Alex Edelman / Getty Images By Allison Winter | Arizona Mirror U.S. House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Raúl Grijalva on Tuesday blasted the Trump administration’s plan to disperse the Bureau of Land Management to offices across the West as an attempt […]

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            REGIONAL NEWS] Utah lawmakers vote to take cannabis dispensing out of the state’s hands, OK more private pharmacies

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            By Bethany Rodgers | The Salt Lake Tribune Utah lawmakers have had second thoughts about asking the state to dispense medical cannabis, voting in a Monday special session to leave distribution in the hands of private businesses. A 122-page package of amendments to the state’s medical cannabis law unanimously passed both sides of the Utah […]

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            Glendale could expand medical marijuana buffer zones

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            By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The city of Glendale is looking at expanding buffer zones between medical marijuana dispensaries and day care centers, parks, libraries and substance abuse treatment facilities. Glendale’s current ordinance requires medical marijuana dispensaries to be at least 1,320 feet from schools. The West Valley city is looking at […]

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            [REGIONAL NEWS] Nevada cannabis licensing chief on leave amid claims of improper conduct

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             Marijuana is displayed at the Las Vegas ReLeaf marijuana dispensary / Steve Marcus By Bryan Horwath | Las Vegas Sun An embattled Nevada Department of Taxation official who was in charge of the state’s cannabis licensing process last year has been placed on leave, according to Sun sources. Licensing chief Jorge Pupo has been placed […]

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            Medical marijuana dispensary looks to relocate in Glendale

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            By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Harvest Health is looking to relocate a Glendale medical marijuana dispensary at 59th Avenue and Thunderbird Road. The new location is in a larger suite in the same shopping center as the existing Harvest of Glendale location. But the short move requires approvals by the city of […]

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            Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner and Cannabis Dept. director, talks to AzBigMedia about the complexities of cannabis banking

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            Twitter AZBigMedia Could new legislation or a federal marijuana banking law cause current banking and cannabis business restrictions to go up in smoke? While pending legislation may hint at the possibility, Arizona leaders say it might be slightly premature to bank on anything just yet. Presently, any cannabis-related business remains illegal under federal law. This means that […]

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            Arizona marijuana ballot measure will move forward with no major changes

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            By Ryan Randazzo | Arizona Republic The backers of a measure to legalize marijuana in Arizona will make several “minor” changes following a legal review of the proposal by staff members of the state Legislature. The 16-page “Smart and Safe Arizona Act” proposal was filed with the state in early August, and the backers opted for a review […]

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            [PODCAST] Raising Cannabis Capital: Integrated CBD

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            Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Integrated CBD Produced by MJBULLS Media, Cannabis Podcast Network Integrated CBD is a vertically integrated organic cannabis company located in Arizona. Their experienced team of financial and agricultural entrepreneurs have applied their expertise to create one of the industries largest CBD producing organization. CEO Patrick Horsman speaks to Dan Humiston […]

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            Credit unions greenlighted to bank with hemp businesses

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            By Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Cannabis Department | Cannabis Business Executive On August 19, 2019, the National Credit Union Association (NCUA), a federal agency that regulates, charters, and supervises federal credit unions, released updated guidance on federally-backed credit unions working with hemp-based businesses. The guidelines clarify that credit unions are permitted to […]

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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: $57,681,920Buyer: Broadstone HBC Arizona, LLC Seller: AGNL Hops, LLC Property Type: CommercialProperty Size: 1,094,201 SQ FTLocation: 4201 North 45th Avenue, Phoenix  APN: 145-25-057, 145-25-008Financing: CashTo view the affidavit: 190720546, click here. Price:  $32,507,451 Buyer: Broadstone HBC […]

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              The Dealmaker: 9/16/2019

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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 Phoenix housing looks a lot like 2004; Belfiore highlights key difference. How does the current market compare to the “pre-boom year” of 2004? Does it presage another bust, […]

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              The Dealmaker: 9/13/2019

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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? Larry Rains, Casa Grande City Manager. If Larry Rains kicked off his days any earlier, you’d have to say he was working the graveyard shift! […]

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              The Dealmaker: 9/12/2019

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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 Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose to speak on Business Journal Panel:’The State of Business in Phoenix.’ Along with Arizona Commerce Authority President & CEO Sandra Watson, and […]

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              The Dealmaker: 9/11/2019

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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 How Microsoft picked the West Valley for its data centers. (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Microsoft.) “Plenty of power, land and workers all played a role,” as did […]

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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: $18.5MBuyer: Desert Vista 100 Seller: Town of Gilbert  Property Type: Vacant landProperty Size: 58.16 AcresLocation: 2027 and 2317 E. Germann Rd., Gilbert APN: 304-58-934 – 935 Financing: New loan, commercialTo view the affidavit: 190705171, click here. […]

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              The Dealmaker: 9/10/2019

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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 5 Paradise Valley homes sell for more than $2M.AZCentral scopes out the features and deep-pocketed buyers of a handful of metro-Phoenix’s most pricy homes. Bookending the rundown: Posh-home […]

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              The Dealmaker: 9/9/2019

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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 Public hearings slated on routes, environmental impact of North-South Freeway in Pinal County. After years of analysis and input the Tier 1 environmental document for the proposed 55-mile […]

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                Water View All →

                Businesses welcome, environmentalists dread end of Obama-era water rule

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                Arizona Farm Bureau President Stefanie Smallhouse said the rule turned what was once a sensible process for farmers on its head  Critics of the Trump administration’s plan to repeal the Waters of the United States rule said that it will leave waters in much of the West unprotected by the Clean Water Act, pointing to […]

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                [OP-ED How do we sustain the Colorado River past 2026? Here’s how Arizona intends to find out

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                BOULDER CITY, NEV. – The Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation and representatives from all seven Colorado River Basin states gathered in May and signed completed drought contingency plans for the Upper and Lower Colorado River basins at Hoover Dam. These completed plans are designed to reduce risks from ongoing drought and protect the […]

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                EPCOR tells public goal is to close smelly ‘Section 11’ plant

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                A Johnson Utilities wastewater treatment plant in San Tan Valley has been the source of many complaints over the odor that has made its way into housing areas. The utility is now planning to expand the plant. / Jake Kincaid / PinalCentral (2018) By Mark Cowling | San Tan Valley Sentinel More than $122 million […]

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                City of Phoenix to pilot new water conservation technology at ASU West campus

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                AZBigMedia By Graham Bosch | Chamber Business News The City of Phoenix recently announced its Water Services Department received a grant to pilot a program testing innovative water conservation technology in partnership with Arizona State University. The funds will be used to inject water-absorbing polymers, also known as hydrogels, under the turf of 12 acres […]

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                [IN-DEPTH] Ancient watering hole in Southern Arizona at risk from border wall construction

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                An 18-wheeler on Highway 2 in Mexico speeds past Quitobaquito Springs, which is just on the U.S. side of the border near Lukeville./Josh Galemore / Arizona Daily Star By Curt Prendergast | Arizona Daily Star   An ancient spring near Lukeville has slaked the thirst of desert travelers for centuries, but its days may be numbered […]

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                Court: Johnson family can argue to get Pinal utility back

                Posted by   3 weeks ago

                By Howard Fischer | Pinal Central The owners of Johnson Utilities are going to get a chance to argue that the takeover of the management of the firm by state regulators is illegal. In an order Wednesday, the Arizona Supreme Court agreed to review a lower court ruling which concluded the Arizona Corporation Commission was […]

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                Supreme Court to hear case on takeover of Johnson Utilities

                Posted by   3 weeks ago

                ByHoward Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times The owners of Johnson Utilities are going to get a chance to argue that the takeover of the management of the firm by state regulators is illegal. In an order Wednesday, the Arizona Supreme Court agreed to review a lower court ruling which concluded the […]

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                Global Water to provide for Nikola plant, other Coolidge developments

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                Nikola One / Nikola Motors By Rofida Khairalla | Coolidge Examiner Following the approval of a license agreement during Monday’s City Council meeting, Global Water will be partnering with the city of Coolidge to provide water services to incoming developments. Global Water Resources owns and operates multiple water, wastewater and recycled water utilities around Arizona. […]

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