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Is it ok to paint on fresh plaster once it appears dry?

Ask your contractor[1] how long to wait before painting. He'll know best based on your local weather conditions and the thickness and type of plaster he used. About the best the rest of us could tell ...
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Is it ok to paint on fresh plaster once it appears dry?

Don't go by appearance. The surface might appear to be dry but the below surfaces can/will still be moist. Painting over it then will cause the paint to bubble/peel. If possible, get the information ...
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Is it normal for objects to stick to interior paint like this? Or is the paint not fully cured?

If you can do so, try a cycle of Ventilate the room for a few hours - leave all the windows/doors open ideally on a warm day. This will clear the air. Close up the house and run heaters/dehumidifier ...
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Is it normal for objects to stick to interior paint like this? Or is the paint not fully cured?

Some paint never gives up its tackiness. My overhead door panels still stick together in warm weather 4 years after we painted them with a semi-gloss acrylic. It opens with a series of loud snapping ...
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Dull paint spots

As mentioned in a comment by RetiredATC, If you didn't prime the whole area first, you'll see differences in the sheen of the paint depending on texture and composition of the surface you're painting ...
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