Andrew J. McDonald, the former co-chair of the legislative Judiciary Committee, won that panel’s overwhelming – but not unanimous – approval Monday to become a state Supreme Court justice. The lawyer-dominated committee voted 40-2 to send the nomination of McDonald, who is currently chief counsel in the governor’s office, to the full General Assembly.

The panel also unanimously approved eight-year terms for 10 Superior Court judges, and another term for Appellate Court Judge J. Herbert Greundel.

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