Proposition 208

Rose Law Group is honored to represent small businesswoman, Ann Siner of My Sister’s Closet, and retired Superior and Federal Magistrate Judge John Buttrick, in litigation challenging the constitutionality of Proposition 208. While our clients are partially funding the suit, they are also accepting donations to support the litigation effort. Rose Law Group is discounting our fees by the amount of donations as we believe this is important for the economic development of our State.

You can donate online directly at this link (Enter “208” on the invoice line please)

(Enter “For Prop 208” on invoice line)

**Please note that donations will not be refunded and any excess money will be contributed to Arizona Small Business Association, and the Arizona Chamber of Commerce.  Also note, ethically, that by contributing as a Third Party Funder you acknowledge that you are not the Client, you may not direct the representation of Client, and are not entitled to any information regarding the representation other than public record information, to preserve the attorney client privilege with Clients.  That said, our clients have authorized us to communicate with the Funder partners and we will be doing this as they permit.


In The Media

AZCentral – Business executive, retired judge plan to challenge the constitutionality of Proposition 208

Arizona Daily Star – Legal challenge primed against Arizona’s new voter-approved education tax

3TV / CBS 5 – Valley business is planning to file a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of prop 208

Fox 10 – Fighting Prop 208: Valley business owners plan lawsuit to stop tax hike from going into effect

Scottsdale Progress – Scottsdale businesswoman sues to scuttle Prop 208

KJZZ / NPR – Lawsuit to Challenge Arizona Proposition 208, New Voter-Approved Education Tax