The people who Governor Josh Shapiro have recommended to be attorney general and state police commissioner have been approved by the state Senate.  Michelle Henry, a career prosecutor and a top deputy at the attorney general’s office, will fill the last two years of Shapiro’s former four-year term.  Colonel Christopher Paris, a long-time state trooper and an attorney, has been chosen to lead the state’s law enforcement agencies.  The unanimous-approval vote for both officials came Wednesday.