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A New Social Media Challenge is Encouraging Car Thefts

Posted on August 16, 2022


A new social media trend is resulting in a recent wave of vehicle thefts happening in Connecticut and across the country.

Kia and Hyundai vehicle owners are being urged to stay vigilant as a new social media challenge is encouraging individuals to steal vehicles using a phone charging cable and screwdriver.

The theft of these vehicles is possible due to the lack of an immobilizer. An immobilizer is a security device that doesn’t allow the car to be started unless the transponder or smart key is used.

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Connecticut Small Business Boost Fund

Posted on July 27, 2022


Small businesses and nonprofit organizations with less than 100 full-time employees may be able to benefit from the newly created Connecticut Small Business Boost Fund. The program provides low interest non-forgivable loans to approved applicants between $5,000 and $500,000 (subject to eligibility).

Loans totaling less than $150,000 will have a 60-month repayment period while those totaling more than $150,000 will have a 72-month repayment period. These loans can be used for payroll, equipment, utilities

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Rep. Hall Receives 100% Score for Supporting Pro-Business Initiatives

Posted on July 7, 2022


HARTFORD – The Connecticut Business and Industry Association (CBIA) has released their ‘2022 State House Voting Records’ annual report and State Representative Carol Hall (R-59) recently received a 100% score for her support of business-friendly legislation.

“Given many of the unfriendly policies Connecticut continues to place onto our businesses such as the truck tax, food tax, payroll tax, and increase to the minimum wage, I am proud to have been recognized by CBIA for my continued support of legislation

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Tuesday in Enfield: Republicans hosting ‘Rally for an Affordable Connecticut’

Posted on June 17, 2022


ENFIELD – Citing the rising cost of living due to inflation and high gas prices, local Republicans are hosting a “Rally for an Affordable Connecticut” Tuesday (June 21) from 4:30-5:30 pm at the corner of North Main St. and Enfield St.

“This will be a fun, positive rally and everyone is welcome to join us,” said Sen. John A. Kissel.  “We will be waving to motorists and holding up pro-tax relief signs, encouraging passers-by to honk in support of lower taxes and sign our petition.”

“With the influx

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Rep. Hall and Sen. Kissel Applaud Decision to Bring Train Station Back to Enfield

Posted on June 2, 2022


ENFIELD – On Thursday, State Representative Carol Hall (R-59) and State Senator John Kissel (R-7) joined Connecticut’s congressional delegation, state and local elected officials at a press conference to announce Enfield will receive funding to restore rail service in town.

It’s been thirty-five years since Enfield had a train station, but that wait will soon be over now that the U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded more than $13 million in federal grant funding for the project. Thursday’s

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Rep. Hall to Collect Weathered Flags for Proper Retirement

Posted on May 20, 2022


HARTFORDState Representative Carol Hall (R-Enfield) is encouraging residents to ‘Retire Your Worn American Flags’ at two drop off locations within the 59th District. Flags will be collected from Monday, May 23rd through Monday, June 13th.

 Collection Sites:
Enfield Public Library, 104 Middle St., Enfield
Warehouse Point Library, 107 Main St., East Windsor

 The U.S. Flag Code specifies that the flag, when it is in such condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem for display, should be destroyed

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Rep. Hall Applauds Bonding for East Windsor Parks

Posted on March 31, 2022


HARTFORD –State Representative Carol Hall (R-Enfield) applauded the State Bonding Commission’s decision to approve a Grant-in-Aid grant for light installation and irrigation along with other upgrades to town parks.

“I’m pleased the State Bonding Commission acknowledged the importance of supporting this local project,” Rep. Hall said. “These upgrades will benefit both residents and visitors in terms of overall safety while also improving the charm of these parks.”

Municipal Grant-In-Aid Grants are

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Rep. Hall to Host Legislative Coffee Hour Events in Enfield and East Windsor

Posted on February 17, 2022


HARTFORD – Today, State Representative Carol Hall (R-59) would like to invite residents of the 59th District to join her for a series of legislative updates in Enfield and East Windsor on Saturday, February 26 to discuss any items related to the 2022 legislative session.  Rep. Hall will also be available to address residents’ questions or issues they may have related to state government.

Angelina’s Restaurant, 555 Hazard Ave.
9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.


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Rep. Hall Kicks off New Session, Highlights Priorities

Posted on February 9, 2022


HARTFORD – Today, State Representative Carol Hall (R-59) joined her fellow Republican and Democrat colleagues by officially kicking off the 2022 legislative session.

Per this new session, Rep. Hall would like to readdress the police accountability bill that was passed in the summer 2020. She would like to restore their qualified immunity, ability to request a consent search during a motor vehicle stop when reasonable suspicion exists, and protections to officers who receive a mental health assessment,

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Rep. Hall Responds to School Mask Mandate and Gov. Lamont’s Abdication of Responsibility

Posted on February 8, 2022


I want to begin by thanking the hundreds and hundreds of residents throughout Enfield, East Windsor, and all across the state who reached out to me and to our office to voice your opposition to any extension of the state’s mask mandates for school children. I want you to know that I hear you, I support you, and will continue to do so until these types of choices are returned back to the parents where they so rightfully belong.

Yesterday, the governor made the announcement that he is recommending

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