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Sue Hatfield
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Connecticut Republicans have chosen Sue Hatfield, a state prosecutor and vice chair of the state GOP, to finish the remainder of J.R. Romano's term as chairman, who had resigned.

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Thousands of new residents have come to Connecticut during the coronavirus pandemic with workers in New York, Boston and elsewhere look to relocate as they work from home, the state's economic development officials said.

Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim
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The mayor of Bridgeport, Connecticut, has launched a second attempt to get his law license reinstated, more than a decade after he finished a seven-year federal prison sentence for corruption.

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Governor Ned Lamont nominated 16 people for state judge positions Wednesday, including his general counsel for a spot on Connecticut's second-highest court.

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Connecticut legislators were urged Monday to pass a bill that would allow certified medical assistants to perform vaccinations, with the Connecticut Hospital Association noting the “difficult undertaking of vaccinating every resident of the state” with the COVID-19 vaccine without more trained staff.

But the concept is receiving some pushback, especially from nurses, who question whether certified medical assistants are properly trained for the task and receive adequate oversight.