Gov. Dannel Malloy appointed the head of the American Federation of Teachers Connecticut, Sharon Palmer, as labor commissioner Tuesday. Malloy and Palmer tussled over his education reform proposals earlier this year. AFT also represents some of the state employees who did not enjoy negotiating with Malloy in 2010.
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