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Was the 87th Governor of the U.S. state of Connecticut from 2004 until 2011.
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Connecticut governor will get his 6th Supreme Court pick
In this April 3, 2008, file photo, Connecticut state Supreme Court Chief Justice Chase Rogers poses in her chambers at the Supreme Court in Hartford, Conn. Rogers is scheduled to retire in February 2018, allowing Gov. Dannel Malloy to appoint a replacement.











Judge Nazzaro leaving the bench for private practice in New London
Superior Court Judge John J. Nazzaro is resigning from the bench effective December 29 to return to private practice. Nazzaro, 58, a married father of three from Pawcatuck, will be rejoining the Reardon Law Firm of New London, where he worked previously, as a civil trial lawyer.











Connecticut Governor Will Get His 6th Supreme Court Pick
When Gov. Dannel P. Malloy makes his pick for the next Connecticut chief justice, the Democrat will have nominated six of the seven people serving on the state's highest court - a rare feat in the history of the governorship. Lawyers and other legal affairs observers say the court is rarely partisan, focusing mostly on interpretations of state law that often result in 7-0 rulings.











Rell Offers Perspective On Campaign Finance Changes
The person who most credit for reforming Connecticut's campaign laws 12 years ago endorsed a proposal to increase qualifying donations from $100 to $250 for clean election candidates. "I think that's fair," former Republican Gov. M. Jodi Rell said at a forum at Central Connecticut State University.














 
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