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Small businesses, nonprofits can get help from county

Posted by   /  July 7, 2020  /  By Mike Sunnucks, Economy, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Maricopa County is launching a new $23 million Small Business Grant program to assist small businesses and nonprofits hit by COVID-19. The county program will start accepting applications on July 9th and they will be accepted through July 31st. Small businesses and nonprofits can receive as much […]

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Pinal County BoS touts successes in ‘a very trying year’

Posted by   /  July 7, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

By Mark Cowling | Maricopa Monitor FLORENCE — The challenges of being part of a global pandemic haven’t stalled progress in Pinal County, Board of Supervisors Chairman Anthony Smith, R-Maricopa, said Wednesday. “We’ve been able to keep employees paid at a competitive level. We’ve been able to build for the future” and have kept economic […]

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Pollack: Reclosure

Posted by   /  July 7, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Economy, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 6, 2020 The Monday Morning Quarterback  A quick analysis of important economic data released over the last week It was a short week but one with lots of economic news.  On the 4th, President Trump signed legislation that extends the deadline for businesses to apply for aid under the Paycheck Protection […]

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

Posted by   /  July 7, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

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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Cheating spouses, secret addictions and identities — marriages are buckling under COVID quarantine; RLG Partner and Family Law Director Kaine Fisher shares his view

Posted by   /  July 7, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Family Law, Featured News  /  No Comments

By Marisa M. Kashino | Washingtonian One Sunday afternoon in late April, a Washington mom I’ll call Marie is parked outside a CVS in Northern Virginia. Her family thinks she’s out running errands. Which is mostly true. But she’s also here because ever since the coronavirus lockdown hit, her car has become an oasis—a private […]

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Don’t miss RLG’s New Economy (Virtual) Power Lunch…FRIDAY at noon!

Posted by   /  July 7, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Featured News  /  No Comments

Don’t Miss Rose Law Group’s New Economy (Virtual) Power Lunch…FRIDAY at noon! We’re back after our two-week hiatus and are ready to rock with another amazing panel! This week we will hear from industry leaders in the real estate, restaurant, and medical industries. They will provide us with an update on the current state of […]

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

Posted by   /  July 6, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

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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U.S. pandemic forces cruel choice on asylum seekers; says RLG Immigration Chair Darius Amiri.

Posted by   /  July 6, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Immigration  /  No Comments

(Disclosure: RLG represents asylum seeker Patricia Jimenez Gurrola.) By Laura Gottesdiener | Reuters MONTERREY, Mexico (Reuters) – In early June, asylum seeker Jose Munoz decided it was time to flee for his life – by getting deported from a Texas immigration detention center where coronavirus was sweeping through the population and going home to El […]

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How CRE in metro Phoenix is faring during COVID-19 pandemic

Posted by   /  July 6, 2020  /  Coronavirus  /  No Comments

By Russ Wiles | The Republic The commercial-property market around metro Phoenix held a lot of favorable cards heading into this year. Job growth was high, people continued to flock to Arizona, interest rates were low and significant warning signs of overbuilding weren’t on the horizon. Then the new coronavirus outbreak hit, and everything shifted […]

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

Posted by   /  July 2, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

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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