Posted on February 1, 2024
Today, I joined my House Republican colleagues in releasing our 2024 caucus agenda.
These proposals focus on maintaining the state’s current fiscal stability while also making Connecticut a more affordable place to live. The affordability-focused proposals cover a variety of topics.
➡ Stop the electric vehicle mandate, protecting your choice to buy the car you want
➡ Encourage reasonable housing solutions that balance community concerns and residents’ needs
➡ Prosecute juvenile…
Posted on January 2, 2024
The state budget, adopted in June, cuts the bottom two marginal income tax rates for all filers from 3% to 2% and from 5% to 4.5%. Income taxes on the first $50,000 in taxable income will be lowered for single filers and married people filing separately, $100,000 for joint filers, and $80,000 for heads of household. January 1 is also the start of easing the cliff on income tax exemptions for retirement income. The new budget adds a tax deduction schedule for retirement income above the full…
Posted on November 3, 2023
HARTFORD –The Connecticut Business and Industry Association (CBIA) has recently released their ‘State House Voting Records’ annual report for 2023 and State Representative Carol Hall (R-59) has received a 100% score for her votes on key bills that impact Connecticut’s economic growth and business climate.
The Connecticut Business and Industry Association (CBIA) ranked all state lawmakers based on their support for the business community’s…
Posted on September 25, 2023
The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) will conduct a hybrid public information meeting concerning the proposed Railroad Station in Enfield on Wednesday, October 4, at 6:00 p.m. at Enfield Town Hall at 820 Enfield St. in Enfield and virtually on Zoom and YouTube.
Registration is required to attend the meeting on Zoom. Please use this link to register: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_pl7gMXiWTFS9obgQtc8EZg.
Posted on August 11, 2023
HARTFORD – State Representative Carol Hall (R-59) has once again achieved a perfect score for votes taken on the floor of the House of Representatives for the 2023 legislative session.
Each year, the House Clerk’s Office releases the data on members’ votes during the Regular Session and Representative Hall was present for all 368 votes taken during that time, one of 68 lawmakers to receive a perfect score.
“It is extremely important…
Posted on June 7, 2023
HARTFORD – State Representative Carol Hall voted on Monday night in favor of the state’s $51.1 billion biennium budget that honors the fiscal controls put into place in 2017 bipartisan budget by staying below the spending, bonding, and volatility caps.
One of the most notable inclusions in the biennium budget comes in the way of $800 million in tax relief over the biennium, something Representative Hall and her Republican colleagues championed last spring. While Monday’s budget doesn’t reach the…
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.
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.…
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…
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…