Connecticut's chief justice has called for a pay raise for the state's judges and judicial magistrates of about $45,000 or more over the next four years, noting that state judges haven't had a pay increase in five years, that judicial salaries have risen less than 1.65 percent annually in the past decade and that Connecticut now ranks 45th overall in judicial pay.
Connecticut's Chief Justice Calls for 11 Percent Pay Hike for Judges
The Connecticut Law Tribune
October 16, 2012
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