Capitol Report: McDonald nominated for CT Supreme Court Chief Justice

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Some exciting judicial news came out of Connecticut last week.

Governor Malloy nominated Andrew McDonald for Chief Justice of Connecticut’s Supreme Court.

McDonald is a longtime political ally of Gov. Malloy’s.

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He would also become the nation’s first openly gay chief justice.

While it would be a historic moment, is McDonald too close to Gov. Malloy to be in this position?

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The panel discusses this topic in the video above.

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