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Big pensions for short Judicial terms causes debate in legislature

The typically routine process of confirming state judges is turning into a testy debate about Connecticut's system for awarding judicial pensions worth about $100,000 a year.  Lawmakers in the Senate and House voiced concerns about confirming older judges who won't finish a full eight-year term before reaching the mandatory retirement age of 70. 


New Milford Representative Cecilia Buck-Taylor was among those opposed to the appointments.

The House approved the nomination of a 66-year old while the Senate approved a different nomination of the same age.  Both require additional legislative action.

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