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Posted on April 14, 2021


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Please take a minute to complete my one question survey on whether you would support converting a freight line that runs through Enfield and East Windsor to a Rails to Trails bike path?

Click the image below to take the survey.

Rep. Hall’s Bill to Transport Individuals Who’ve Received Narcan to the Hospital Receives Bipartisan Support

Posted on March 24, 2021


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I am happy to report that HB-5583, An Act Concerning Emergency Intervention by a Police Officer When a Person Suffers an Overdose, a bill proposal I have worked extremely hard on for the past few years has moved out of the Public Safety Committee and will be included in a larger bill, HB-5586, An Act Requiring Expansion of the Crisis Initiative Pilot Program Throughout the State.

I can’t state enough how important this bill is in expediting lifesaving services to individuals

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East Windsor Delegation Disappointed by Abandoned East Windsor Casino Project

Posted on March 18, 2021


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Today, members of the East Windsor delegation including State Senator Saud Anwar (D-South Windsor), State Representative Jaime Foster (D-East Windsor), State Representative Carol Hall (R-Enfield) and East Windsor First Selectman Jason E. Bowsza, expressed their disappointment at Thursday’s announcement of an agreement between Connecticut tribes and the Governor’s office that would expand casino play and availability in the state but abandons the planned East Windsor casino project in the process.

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Rep. Hall Supports School Resource Officers, Bill to Increase Safety Measures

Posted on March 4, 2021


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HARTFORD – During a public hearing of the Education Committee, State Representative Carol Hall (R-59) emphasized her unwavering support for keeping school resource officers in schools as a measure to not only increase the overall safety of students but build relationships with law enforcement.

The bill, HB-6535, An Act Concerning Issues Relating to School Security, has four pieces; the creation of a working group to study SRO’s role in schools, a study to determine whether classroom doors that can

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Public Safety Committee public hearing addresses Rep. Hall’s Bill HB-5583

Posted on March 2, 2021


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Today, the Public Safety Committee is holding a public hearing which includes one of my bill proposals HB-5583, An Act Concerning Emergency Intervention by a Police Officer When a Person Suffers an Overdose.

This bill would expedite lifesaving services to individuals who have been given Narcan by allowing any police officer with reasonable cause, to take victims to a hospital for emergency examination. Not only would this proposal provide much needed care to those in need of help, it would also ease

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Rep. Hall Helps to Bring Permanent Vaccine Clinic to Enfield

Posted on February 19, 2021


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HARTFORD – Through a collaborative effort, State Representative Carol Hall (R-59) is pleased to announce the Town of Enfield will now have a permanent clinic for residents who want to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

Rep. Hall said she’s thankful for the work of State Representative Tom Arnone (D-58), Town Manager Christopher W. Bromson, Johnson Memorial Hospital, and Trinity Health of New England who all came together in order to make the clinic possible.

The news about the clinic which will be held

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Rep. Hall Works to Bring COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic to Enfield

Posted on February 6, 2021


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(photo credit: Town of Enfield website)

HARTFORD – In cooperation with the Town of Enfield and North Central Health District, State Representative Carol Hall (R-59) is pleased to announce the town will host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic at the Enfield Senior Center.

“I am extremely excited that through a collaboration with the North Central Health District, Town of Enfield, myself and State Rep. Tom Arnoni, we were able to get a vaccine clinic at the Enfield Senior Center,” Rep. Hall said. “This

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How To Schedule A COVID-19 Vaccination

Posted on January 29, 2021


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If you are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, you can go about getting started in one of two ways. You can either register online using the Vaccine Administration Management System or by calling the COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments Assistance Line if you don’t have access to a computer.

1. Click here to fill out the form you need to enroll in VAMS 

First, you should know that this form does not automatically register you in VAMS. This form lets the Department of Public health know you are interested

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Rep. Hall Responds to Governor Extending Emergency Powers to April 20th

Posted on January 26, 2021


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HARTFORD – Today, State Representative Carol Hall (R-59) responded to Governor Lamont extending his emergency powers for another three months.

“Our districts don’t want to continue to hear “I’m sorry, but our hands are tied,” Rep. Hall said. “Many of our constituents want their voices heard and continue to feel like they’re being ignored with each of these extensions. Governor Lamont needs to abdicate his throne to allow the full legislature an opportunity do the job they were elected to do and to

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State Rep. Carol Hall Sworn In For Third Term

Posted on January 6, 2021


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HARTFORD – State Representative Carol Hall (R-59) was sworn into office Wednesday morning beginning her third term as State Representative for the 59th district, representing the towns of East Windsor and Enfield.

“I am truly honored to be sworn in today as your state representative in the 59th district representing the towns of Enfield and East Windsor,” Rep. Hall said.  “In these trying times we have had over the last year it has been my great pleasure to work closely with residents on issues relating

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