Gov. Malloy

First Openly Gay Appellate Jurist in CT History Nominated

McDonald graduated from Cornell University in 1988 and received his law degree, with honors, from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 1991, where he was the managing editor of the Connecticut Journal of International Law. He lives in Stamford with his husband Charles Gray.
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CT State Budget Talks Behind Closed Doors Raise Eyebrows

Malloy has already made $123 million in cuts, mostly to social services and Connecticut's public colleges and universities. The cuts to UConn, Connecticut State University and the state's community colleges follow Malloy's previous cuts to Connecticut's public institutions of higher education - considered the deepest in Connecticut history.
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