Jonathan Udell, attorney at Rose Law Group, talks to FOX10 about how cannabis legalization affects med card holders

  By Steve Nielsen | FOX10 Phoenix PHOENIX – The rollout of recreational marijuana has been a little bumpy for those with medical marijuana cards, and some industry leaders believe those who use cannabis for medical purposes should continue paying fees to retain their cards despite legalization. The long lines outside of dispensaries since Friday have become a nuisance for …

Arizona law enforcement agencies prohibit legal marijuana use for officers; Jonathan Udell, attorney at Rose Law Group, talks about it with 3TV

By David Caltabiano | AZFamily PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – Even though recreational use for marijuana is now legal, Arizona’s Family is learning it’s still hands-off pot for officers. The state’s two largest law enforcement agencies confirmed they won’t let them use it. The Department of Public Safety and the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office are not allowing their troopers and deputies to use …

Jonathan Udell, attorney at Rose Law Group and AZ NORML communications director, talks dispensary licensing, ordinances

Click here to watch By Rose Law Group Reporter The monthly NORML Chapter meeting welcomed former prosecutor Julie Gunnigle and AJ Jacobs, a former law enforcement officer, to the board. Rose Law Group Cannabis Attorney and NORML Communications Director Jon Udell talked about licensing opportunities as well as some troubling local ordinances. “We could be, in just 10 days down the road, …

High hopes: Will Prop 207’s aspirations of empowering minority communities go up in smoke? Input from Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner and cannabis dept. director

By Chris Malloy | Phoenix New Times Magazine Prop. 207 promises to share the riches of recreational pot by opening up the rapidly consolidating industry to new, independent owners, primarily by awarding social-equity licenses to “communities disproportionally impacted” by Draconian pot laws – presumably, lower-income people and minorities. Adam Trenk, director of hemp, equine and cannabis law at Rose Law Group in Phoenix, says we won’t …

SPECIAL REPORT: ‘Pot Projection’ — a look into weed’s recreational future, feat. insight from Jonathan Udell, attorney at Rose Law Group

By April Hettinger | KYMA, KECY The Arizona Department of Health Services (AZDHS) is calling it a marijuana establishment license. The first application round will be open from January 19 through March 9. Jon Udell, communication director for Arizona NORML says the early application round will be beneficial to counties like Yuma. “The first of those is the early application …

Tempe to take it slow with recreational cannabis; YourValley report shares insight from Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner and cannabis dept. director

By Mark Carlisle | Your Valley Tempe won’t be diving headfirst into the world of recreational marijuana. It wants to dip its toe in and test the water first. Tempe City Council is approaching the legalization of recreational marijuana after Arizonans approved Proposition 207 at the polls last month the same way it did legalization of medical marijuana a decade ago: start off restrictive and ease regulations as deemed necessary in the future. …

Arizona Cities Ban On Recreational Marijuana ‘Misguided,’ Says Rose Law Group Attorney Jonathan Udell In Phoenix New Times

By Josh Kelety | Phoenix New Times In October, less than a month before Arizona voters resoundingly approved legal recreational marijuana through Proposition 207, the Gilbert Town Council held a vote of its own. At issue was an ordinance that would preemptively ban new recreational marijuana dispensaries in Gilbert should Prop 207 pass. Nearly all the Gilbert residents who submitted …

Even With Weed Legalized In Arizona, Can You Still Be Fired For Getting High? Jonathan Udell, Attorney At Rose Law Group, Says Yes In New Times

By Josh Kelety | Phoenix New Times In the November 2020 general election, Arizona voters approved, by a large margin, Proposition 207, a ballot measure that would legalize recreational marijuana. You can now legally possess cannabis, grow it, and smoke it, if you’re at least 21. You’ll soon be able to buy it in stores. But you can absolutely still get …

Recreational Cannabis License Rules Out For Public Comment, Rose Law Group Jordan Rose Notes The Importance Of Public Input

By Rose Law Group Staff Reporter Last night, the Department of Health Services released their first round public review draft for the recreational licensing that was passed by the voters as Proposition 207. The Rules are expected to take affect by mid January and shortly thereafter new recreational marijuana licenses for dispensaries will be issued. President and Founder of Rose Law Group, Jordan …

Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group Partner And Cannabis Dept. Director: Marijuana Restrictions Are ‘Missed Opportunities’ For Municipalities

By Paulina Pineda, Alison Steinbach | Arizona Republic Cities across metro Phoenix are limiting where residents can use and purchase recreational marijuana in their communities in the weeks since voters overwhelmingly approved legalizing the substance in November. The actions won’t stop the sale of recreational marijuana in cities that enact restrictions, but they could limit options for customers. Residents can still …