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REGIONAL NEWS June 26, 2016; Vegas knows where its hockey arena will be

Posted by   /  June 26, 2016  /  Energy and Environment, Equine News, Government and Politics, Medical Marijuana, Real Estate, Sports  /  No Comments

Bill Foley nears deal to build hockey practice facility next to Downtown Summerlin Kern County fire evacuees struggle with another trauma — uncertainty BLM to sterilize wild horses for first time to slow growth Ex-NewMexico lawman: Shouldn’t have to give up gun for medical marijuana Colorado Springs becomes tiny house ‘capital of America’

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License overkill: Rose Law Group attorney Adam Trenk says overregulation hurts entrepreneurs

Posted by   /  June 18, 2016  /  Equine News, Government and Politics  /  1 Comment

By Patricia Cohen | The New York Times SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — “I usually start behind the neck,” Grace Granatelli said from her plump brown sofa. “There’s two pressure points back behind the ears that help relax them a little bit.” In her lap, she held the head of Sketch, her mixed beagle rat terrier, as […]

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Rose Law Group Heroes of the Week

Posted by   /  April 25, 2016  /  Energy and Environment, Equine News, PHOTOS/CARTOONS  /  No Comments

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Legislative Briefs : Senators ban university free speech zones

Posted by   /  April 12, 2016  /  Equine News, Family Law, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

Capitol Media Services State senators voted 21-8 Monday to block universities and community colleges from limiting protests, distributing handbills and making speeches to only certain areas of the campus. HB 2615 stems from concerns about branches of the Maricopa Community College system which have policies setting up so-called “free speech zones.’’ There also are some […]

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Bill would have Salt River horses as state property; conditions need apply, says Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group equine attorney

Posted by   /  February 15, 2016  /  Equine News, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

Arizona Daily Independent Rep. Kelly Townsend want to officially claim the Salt River horses as state property, hoping to protect the animals from being removed in the future. Townsend has introduced HB2572, which would give the state jurisdiction over the Salt River horse herd, which lives in the Tonto National Forest. For her concern, Townsend […]

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Horse virus leads to quarantine at Turf Paradise

Posted by   /  January 29, 2016  /  Equine News, Sports  /  No Comments

Arizona Daily Star The Arizona Department of Agriculture quarantined horses at Turf Paradise in Phoenix Thursday after an incident concerning a highly contagious virus. The quarantine requires all horses at the track to stay and for no horses to come onto the property for 21 days. The quarantine follows three horses coming into the state […]

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Forest Service drops plans to remove Salt River horses

Posted by   /  December 11, 2015  /  Equine News, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

By Jessica Boehm | The Arizona Republic After months of public pressure and political backlash, the Tonto National Forest will permanently drop all plans to round up and remove nearly 100 free-roaming horses near the Salt River. The announcement comes about four months after the Forest Service delayed its original plans in August. The roundups […]

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Scottsdale resident captures world championship title

Posted by   /  November 19, 2015  /  Equine News, Sports  /  No Comments

Scottsdale Independent Andrea Fappani of Scottsdale captured the world championship title in senior reining at the 2015 Lucas Oil American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show on Nov. 14 in Oklahoma City. Mr. Fappani showed the American Quarter Horse SG Frozen Enterprize, owned by Silver Spurs Equine of Scottsdale, according to a press release. The […]

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[GUEST BLOG] No horsing around: How this Arizona couple is making it easier to feed

Posted by   /  October 21, 2015  /  Equine News  /  No Comments

By Francine Hardaway | Phoenix Business Journal Every once in a while, someone my age or older comes along with the passion and the will to start a business. Julian Blum founded “Dying to Know” two years ago when he was 80, and Peter Thomas founded Thomas Franchise Solutions at 73. A good idea knows […]

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No Salt River horse roundup, so lawsuit dropped

Posted by   /  October 21, 2015  /  Equine News, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

Submitted by Simone Netherlands, president, The Salt River Wild Horse Management Group Based on recent statements by the U.S. Forest Service that it has no current plans to round up the Salt River wild horses in the Tonto National Forest, the Salt River Wild Horse Management Group on Friday dismissed its lawsuit against the agency […]

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