HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont says a health care company that received funds from his wife's venture capital firm and was contracted by the state to perform COVID-19 testing has not yet made a profit. But the Democrat reiterated to the Hartford Courant that any investment earnings made by Annie Lamont stemming from Stamford-based Sema4 will be donated to 4-CT, an independent nonprofit charity created last year to address unmet needs from the pandemic. Sema4 is one of four firms hired by the state to provide COVID-19 testing. The state's ethics office has found no conflict of interest with the contract.