Erin Murphy
American actor
Erin Murphy
Erin Margaret Murphy is an American actress who is best known for her role as young Tabitha Stephens on the top-ten television sitcom Bewitched, which ran from 1964 to 1972. For the first season, she shared this role with her sister, Diane, as they were of similar appearance and stature. As they got older and looked less alike, Erin played the part alone.
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Myanmar Election: How Key Actors Fared
Huffington Post - about 1 year
This piece was co-authored by Inle Advisory Group Principal, Erin Murphy, and Fall Research Assistant, Hla Hpone "Jack" Myint The November 8 Myanmar general election was regarded by both local and international watchers as the country's first credible election. The election represents a critical milestone for this fledgling democracy; however, Myanmar's future political, social, and economic trajectory depends heavily on the transfer of power and ensuing formation of government and how the new ruling party is able to govern. The official results were finalized on November 20 with the main opposition party, the National League for Democracy (NLD), emerging as the clear winner. The election not only handed the NLD a long-awaited win, but also framed questions and exposed rising or falling fortunes for everyone interested in Myanmar's future. Winners Aung San Suu Kyi and the NLD: Aung San Suu Kyi's NLD secured a landslide victory in both houses of parliament and in the State and ...
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Brandon L. Garrett: Are DNA Profiles the New Social Security Number?
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Co-authored with Erin Murphy, a professor of law at New York University School of Law When the Supreme Court ruled yesterday in Maryland v. King, a 5-4 decision, that the Constitution allows police to take DNA from arrestees, the majority opinion planted seeds that can ripen into what privacy advocates long foretold: routine, possibly universal, collection of DNA from people regardless of whether police have any reason to suspect them of criminal activity. How can this be? The Supreme Court's opinion at first seems quite mundane. Justice Kennedy emphasizes that taking DNA from people arrested for crimes, and then entering that DNA in the national databank, is no different than what police routinely do to identify and book arrestees using fingerprints and a mugshot. But if all that is at stake is a 21st-century fingerprint, then why did Justice Alito at oral argument call the case "perhaps the most important criminal procedure case that this Court has heard in decades"? T ...
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Pinckney Students Will ‘Swim-In’ to Benefit Families in Need of Safe Cribs
Brighton Patch - almost 4 years
Pinckney, Mich. – Students from Pathfinder Middle School and Pinckney High School will don their bathing suits on Friday, March 1, for a “Swim-In” event hosted by It Stops with Students and The Pinckney Coalition.  The event will raise money for Safe Kids Huron Valley to purchase cribs for families in need. Nearly 150 babies died last year in Michigan due to unsafe sleep conditions. “Over the past two years, millions of cribs have been recalled by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) for unsafe conditions,” said Amber Kroeker, Safe Kids Huron Valley Coordinator and Injury Prevention Health Educator for Mott Children’s Hospital.  “All new cribs on the market today meet the safety standards of the CPSC.  However, if getting a used crib, parents should check to see if it has been recalled at www.recalls.gov.  Also, parents should NEVER attempt to repair a broken crib. Infants should be put to sleep on their back on a firm mattress that fits snugly in the frame, and nothing sh ...
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Florida's Erik Murphy suffers fractured rib, could miss SEC opener
USA Today - about 4 years
Tests on Monday revealed that senior forward Erik Murphy has suffered a fractured rib.
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Daudt the GOP's minority leader in Minn. House
San Francisco Chronicle - over 4 years
Daudt the GOP's minority leader in Minn. House Daudt the GOP's minority leader in Minn. Democratic Rep. Erin Murphy of St. Paul is the House majority leader.
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Video: Caught on tape: School bus crashes into house
CBS News - over 4 years
As a result of not wearing a seat belt, a Carmel, IN school bus driver was thrown out of his seat losing control of the wheel and crashed into the side of a house. Erin Murphy reports.
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Comprehensive Minnesota Legislature Mock Draft
Daily Norseman - almost 5 years
EDIT: If you've been following our stadium coverage, you've seen Arif's "scouting reports" of some of the major players in this whole saga. He's broken them down here. . .high quality stuff. -Chris As we get down to gameday in the Minnesota House and Senate, we are naturally concerned about the state of the stadium bill, what it means for us fans, and how it might effect the economy of Minnesota (as well as the legacy of the Vikings). Of course, our concerns should not let us forget what's truly important. How our legislators would grade. So, here to you, I present my Minnesota Legislator Mock Draft, just in time for the House Debate. The top of the draft is usually filled with surprises, but this year, there is no question that people like Morrie Lanning and John Kriesel will go 1 and 2, respectively. That said, I would be remiss without explaining why. Round One: 1. Representative Morrie Lanning - Field General. Best leader in the game today. Compares to Peyton ...
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Locals Share Their Thoughts on Mysterious, Marijuana-Centered 4/20
Pacifica Patch - almost 5 years
It's 4/20, and at exactly 4:20p.m. today, many Americans will be ripping on bongs, hitting joints, smoking blunts and lighting up pipes; in short, getting high.  But why today and what is the significance of April 20 to both partakers of cannabis and those that don't, well, toke? The history and mystery of 4/20 The lore surrounding today is mixed and obscure, but some theories are prevalent.  Some say that 4:20p.m. is teatime in Holland, a mecca for the free use of marijuana. Others say there are 420 active chemicals in marijuana. Maybe (and strangely) it has something to do with Hitler's birthday. The numbers in the title of Bob Dylan's "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35" (in which he croaks, "everybody must get stoned") multiplied come out to 420.  According to the author of the number one theory on Urban Dictionary, an online user-driven database of the profane, obscure and colloquial, (who writes, "I know my [expletive deleted]"), 4/20 originated at San Rafael High School ...
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University of Texas students occupy President's office
MN Daily - almost 5 years
By: Eric Murphy Eighteen students at the University of Texas have occupied the office of the university's president, Bill Powers. The students are demanding that the university join the Worker Rights Coalition and put an end to sweatshop abuses in factories that produce garments displaying the University of Texas's logo. The students have also started a campaign to email and call Powers with their message.   The Worker Rights Coalition is an independent monitor of factories that produce apparel to be sold in the United States, particularly apparel with university logos. Their goal is to protect against sweatshop abuses and defend the labor rights of factory workers. Currently, there are more than 180 university members, including the University of Minnesota.   According to the letter students have presented to Powers, the University of Texas has "repeatedly informed students...that it refuses to consider affiliating with the only independent factory monitor in the world." Stude ...
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This Week in The National Law Journal
The Blog of Legal Times - almost 5 years
Three decades of NLJ 250: The National Law Journal published its first survey of law firms in 1978, in a feature that would later become the NLJ 250. This week's feature examines what's changed since then, and also what's stayed the same. Bankruptcy judge shortage looms: As temporary bankruptcy judgeships expire and caseloads increase, Todd Ruger reports that a crisis is looming in U.S. courts. Congress weighs big FCPA reforms: In this special report on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Mike Scarcella and Todd Ruger explore the future of the government's enforcement of the foreign bribery law as Congress weighs reform. Also check out a Q&A with Lanny Breuer, head of the Justice Department's criminal division, and other features. Paul Clement's second-chair: Tony Mauro profiles Bancroft associate Erin Murphy, who served as second-chair to Paul Clement during his arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court on the health care law. A search for clarity regarding warrants: Zoe ...
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Meet the principals - HeraldNet
Google News - over 5 years
Four new principals started work this summer at Edmonds School District schools: Tom Trexel at Martha Lake Elementary (see related story), Erin Murphy at Alderwood Middle School, Ryan Henderson at Beverly
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WRHS girls (2-0) open with shutout home wins - Idaho Mountain Express and Guide
Google News - over 5 years
Freshman Timber Kelly chipped home a shot from the right wing after passes from Haley Montgomery and senior Erin Murphy. Murphy converted a lead pass from freshman Samantha Sutton for a 2-0 lead at 22 minutes, then sophomore Montgomery punched home the
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Smaller squad, same hopes for WRHS girls - Idaho Mountain Express and Guide
Google News - over 5 years
Other key players include senior Sloan Storey (14 goals last season) and freshman Sammy Sutton at center midfield, and senior Erin Murphy at right midfield. Conrad will rotate through strikers including sophomore Haley Montgomery (4 goals),
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Data show Columbia Parkway accident rate below city average - Cincinnati.com
Google News - over 5 years
But later in the day, Ghiz's office released an email from Erin Murphy of the city Department of Transportation and Engineering. Murphy said in the email that the accident rate for all three segments of the parkway – from Downtown to Taft and Torrence;
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Farm Camp introduces the world of animals to kids - Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Google News - over 5 years
KATE MELTON Camp counselor Erin Murphy holds on to Snowball the goat so that Sarah Dickman, 8, can pet the animal at the Farm Camp at Lollypop Farm. / KATE MELTON Before the week is over, some 40 kids from around the Rochester area will know a whole
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Arrested and Swabbed: DNA Tests Challenged - Wall Street Journal
Google News - over 5 years
"It's impossible to predict exactly what [the Supreme Court] is going to hear, but it's starting to feel like one" the justices would weigh in on, said Erin Murphy, a law professor at NYU. Many advocates of the laws, including law enforcement officials
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Gillis Farm Ice Cream Shoppe is perfect place to enjoy cold treat on hot ... - Fayetteville Observer
Google News - over 5 years
Kevin Murphy and his teenage daughter, Erin Murphy, said they can attest to that. The two sat on a pair of rocking chairs on the porch of the old farmhouse, licking ice cream cones as they soaked in the country atmosphere
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Erin Murphy
    FORTIES
  • 2012
    Age 47
    Murphy was featured in a photo spread January 2012 in OK! magazine with two of her alpacas on her ranch.
    More Details Hide Details Murphy discussed her company Erin Murphy Knits which offers hand knit eco-friendly alpaca wear.
  • 2008
    Age 43
    In 2008, Murphy appeared as celebrity judge on Danny Bonaduce's I Know My Kid's a Star reality show contest for young actors and with Bob Saget on 1 vs. 100.
    More Details Hide Details She has also appeared on Craft Lab (DIY/HGTV), Groomer Has It (Animal Planet) with her giant Leonberger, and on Over Your Head (HGTV) building flagstone steps in her backyard. Murphy also starred on Hulk Hogan's Celebrity Championship Wrestling series for CMT, in which the celebrities trained as professional wrestlers. Erin's wrestling persona is Mistress of Mayhem (aka M.O.M.) Murphy was a contestant in the celebrity finale of season one of Rupaul's Drag U. Murphy is a fashion, beauty, and luxury lifestyle writer, with her work appearing in numerous magazines and ezines. She is also a motivational speaker and is very active in fundraising for numerous charitable organizations. Murphy often speaks out on the subject of autism because one of her sons has the disorder. She is the celebrity spokeswoman for Verge Living, a residential-retail development in downtown Las Vegas. Her husband Darren is the president of Verge Living; Erin Murphy started its philanthropic arm, Verge Giving.
  • 2007
    Age 42
    In 2007, she was featured on CNN Headline News as a "Celebrity With a Cause" discussing her work with autism-related charities.
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  • 2006
    Age 41
    On December 20, 2006, she appeared as one of the 12 "strangers" on the NBC game show Identity.
    More Details Hide Details The contestant thought that Murphy was an Army Ranger.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1964
    Born
    Born on June 17, 1964.
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