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Rep. Hall Urges Bonding Commission Approve Grants for Two Capital Projects in East Windsor

Posted on July 19, 2021 by jpheasant


HARTFORD – State Representative Carol Hall (R-59) is urging the Bonding Commission to approve two municipal grants-in-aid for the Town of East Windsor during their next virtual meeting scheduled for Friday.

The grants will be used for the removal of the existing outlet structure and replacing it with a new outlet and intake structure in East Windsor Park and a culvert replacement at Chestnut Brook.

Under these grants, East Windsor is expected to receive $1.31 million to be used toward the completion

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Rep. Hall Strongly Opposes Extending Governor’s Executive Authority

Posted on July 14, 2021 by jpheasant


HARTFORD – Today, State Representative Carol Hall (R-59) voted today in opposition to H.R. 202, a resolution that would allow Governor Lamont to continue to run the state through his use of executive order until September 30.

“Early in the pandemic when things were constantly changing and there was a tremendous amount of uncertainty, giving the governor the authority to make quick decisions on behalf of the state made sense, but several extensions later with the state and pandemic in a far different

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Rep. Hall Votes ‘No’ to Marijuana Bill Due to Bureaucracy and Carveouts

Posted on June 17, 2021 by jpheasant


HARTFORD – During Wednesday’s Special Session of the House of Representatives, State Representative Carol Hall (R-59) voted against a proposal to legalize marijuana for purchase and personal use due to various concerns she had with the bill as written.

“I would have liked to debate a clean marijuana bill that didn’t include the carveouts, special interests, and other last-minute additions this bill included,” Rep. Hall said. “Between those and my overall concerns with how it impacts kids under the

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