Rep. Hall to Host Legislative Updates

Posted on June 13, 2019 by admin


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HARTFORD— State Representative Carol Hall (R-59) will be hosting a series of legislative updates in Enfield and East Windsor June and July. The East Windsor updates will be co-hosted by State Representative Christopher Davis (R-57)

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Rep. Hall Statement on Senate Approval of School Security Legislation

Posted on June 6, 2019 by admin


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HARTFORD – State Representative Carol Hall (R-59) released the following statement after the State Senate unanimously voted to pass HB 7291 “An Act Concerning School Security” in the early morning hours Wednesday, June 5th.

“I am thrilled that the Senate unanimously approved this legislation,” said Rep. Hall. “This legislation is an important step towards improving our school security regulations

“For the past year, the school security working group has been meeting with stakeholders from communities across the state. This bill directly addresses difficulties that boards of education and school administrators had with filing school security plans, applying for school safety grants and finding qualified consultants to develop plans.

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North Central Legislators Vote No on Tax & Spend Budget

Posted on June 4, 2019 by admin


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HARTFORD – State Representatives Bill Simanski (R-62), Tami Zawistowski (R-61) and Carol Hall (R-59) after hours of debate rejected the Democrat budget that raises hundreds of millions in sales taxes, raids the transportation fund to pay for ongoing services and hikes income taxes on thousands of small business owners.

Rep. Hall commented, “Overall this budget includes dozens of new taxes, charges and fee increases. This spending plan hits middle and working class families hardest. Connecticut residents will feel pain everywhere from the grocery store, dry cleaning and laundry to things such as Netflix. As a border community these tax changes make us even less competitive, new taxes on alcohol and prepared foods mean that even more people will do their shopping in Massachusetts.”

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