Gov. Dannel P. Malloy nominated two new justices to the Connecticut Supreme Court this week — appellate judges Maria Araujo Kahn of Cheshire and Raheem L. Mullins of Cromwell.

Kahn and Mullins, respectively, will fill vacancies left by Justice Carmen E. Espinosa, who volunteered for senior status in July, and Justice Dennis G. Eveleigh, who reached the court’s mandatory retirement age of 70 Monday.

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