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- January 30, 2019 - Former DMV Commissioner Michael R. Bzdyra Joins Murtha Cullina LLP Government Affairs Group
- December 20, 2018 - Ten Things You Should Know About the 2019 Session of the Connecticut General Assembly
- February 27, 2018 - Government Affairs Group News: Governor Malloy Announces Municipalities Can Begin Applying for Consideration as Opportunity Zones
- February 21, 2018 - Government Affairs Group News: Qualified Opportunity Zones: New Chance to Reward Private Investments
- July 11, 2017 - Government Affairs Insights: Budget Update
- January 18, 2017 - Government Affairs Insights - Obamacare: Charting the Shoals Ahead
- December 5, 2016 - Government Affairs Insights: Ten Things You Should Know About the 2017 Session of the Connecticut General Assembly
- October 6, 2016 - Government Affairs Insights: A look ahead to the 2017 Legislative Session
- June 9, 2016 - The Capitol Update
- February 8, 2016 - Jane W. Murphy Named Chair of the Government Affairs Group
- July 20, 2015 - The Capitol Update
- May 4, 2015 - Government Affairs Group Receives Service Award From CT Association of Marriage and Family Therapy
- December 2014 - The Capitol Update
- November 6, 2014 - Murtha Cullina Government Affairs Group Hosts Post-Election Event
- October 24, 2014 - State Law Resources Elects Jane W. Murphy as Chair of Board of Directors
- Dr. Ackerman on 'Talk of Connecticut' with Brad Davis.
- September 2014 - Public-Private Partnerships: New Solution for First-Class Infrastructure?
- June 2014 - New Market Tax Credits: Connecticut
- May 2014 - The Capitol Update: 2014 Session - Connecticut General Assembly
- The Capitol Update: Legislative Alert
- Murtha Cullina Government Affairs Consultant Appointed Vice-Chair of State Law Resources
- The Capitol Update: Legislative Wrap Up
- New Connecticut Legislation Effective July 1, 2013
- July 10, 2013 - "Smoke & Mirrors, Again"
- ‘Firms Get Revenue Boost Through Lobbying Businesses’
- 'Lawyers Using FOI Act, Which Is Faster Than Discovery, To Help Win Cases'
- Tech Giants Fight Digital Right-to-Repair Bills https://t.co/coIDvKeRF2 via @pewtrusts
- California’s New Transparency Law Reveals Steep Rise In Wholesale Drug Prices https://t.co/QNG6RVFzxH via @khnews
- Court gives CT a win in immigrant 'public charge' lawsuit https://t.co/fvj6EiOYYK
- Food Stamp Rules Would Eliminate Benefits for 4 Million, Reduce State Autonomy https://t.co/7z4ckQ55X2 via @routefifty
- Sin Taxes Not a Reliable Source of Revenue, Report Says https://t.co/VjV4ZwCdOP via @routefifty
- Here's what Congress may do to fix Social Security this fall https://t.co/o0mihYRu2a
- 'Money and Power': Fearing an undercount, states and cities pour millions into 2020 census https://t.co/C0sulSsbg7 via @nbcnews
- US court says FCC cannot bar states from setting net neutrality rules https://t.co/ty2gFPbBQW
- Speeding up sales tax collections isn’t a dead issue, after all https://t.co/LDCJi54uA2 via @BostonGlobe
- The Trump administration keeps hacking away at food benefits. https://t.co/IZ1vafAsKn # via @HuffPostPol
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