Rep. Hall and Sen. Kissel to Host Post-Session Legislative Town Hall

Posted on June 5, 2023


HARTFORD – State Representative Carol Hall (R-59) and State Senator John Kissel (R-7) will host a post-session legislative update on Tuesday, June 13 at the Enfield Town Hall.

WHEN: Tuesday, June 13
6:00 p.m. -7:00 p.m.

 WHERE: Enfield Town Hall (Enfield Room)
820 Enfield Street

If you want to discuss the 2023 legislative session, have questions about state government, are experiencing an issue with a state agency, or have comments you’d like to share, this event will provide you with that opportunity.

Legislative Proposals Offer Less Accountability

Posted on May 1, 2023


Just last Tuesday in broad daylight, a Rocky Hill resident halted an attempted carjacking in his driveway. There were 16 reported break-ins in Wethersfield over one recent weekend, a juvenile was arrested for a string of purse thefts in Wallingford, as towns like Southington, Rocky Hill, and South Windsor grapple with a string of smash and grabs. These are just a few examples to the types of crimes happening in communities across our state.

Due to a serious lack of accountability, the individuals

House Republican Caucus Bill Initiated by Rep. Hall Advances Out of Public Safety Committee

Posted on March 16, 2023


HARTFORD – A bill concept championed for several years by State Representative Carol Hall (R-59) to assist individuals who have become incapacitated as a result of drugs, has been voted out of the Public Safety Committee thanks to bipartisan support for the issue.

HB-6851, An Act Concerning Emergency Intervention by a Police Officer When a Person is Incapacitated by Drugs or Due to a Medical Emergency, put forth previously by Representative Hall, comes at the request of the current Enfield Police