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July/August 2019 Legislative Highlights!

Hope you are having a great Summer! Thanks again for your support and for contacting me regarding any issue you would like to discuss.  

Interim Sessions

Following the completion of the general legislative Session begins the off-season, or "Interim" Session.  Once a month we meet in committees comprised of both House and Senate members and begin to craft and discuss proposed legislation for the 2020 general session.  Our last Interim Session was on August 21.

Items Discussed During the August Interim Session


  • The Public Education Interim Committee discussed reasons why AISU (a public charter school in Murray) closed, and how to prevent it from happening again. [DNews] - Also received this presentation
  • Utah lawmaker pitches plan to combat jail deaths. [DNews]
  • Will Utah’s statewide education tests yield accurate, meaningful results after RISE debacle? [DNews]
  • Utah lawmakers recommend e-cigarette tax bill to reduce vaping ‘epidemic’ in youth [DNews]
  • Utah lawmakers look to tackle predatory towing [DNews]
  • The Business and Labor Committee discussed alternatives to help residents and their HOAs avoid or resolve disputes, short of going to court and incurring court costs and lawyers' fees. 
  • Inmate Violence: Received a presentation from the Salt Lake County District Attorney's Office on sentencing policies for violence among inmates.
  • See a summary of all issues discussed here


Other Items
  • Rep. Hall's 2019 Legislative Accomplishments
Happy to report that I I had a productive Session in 2019. Thanks so much to the wonderful residents of District 33 for letting me represent you at the Capitol.


  • Annual Blue Haven Neighborhood BBQ!
The Blue Haven Neighborhood Association! Thanks for the invite to your neighborhood get-together and dinner a couple weeks ago. Great seeing so many familiar faces and meeting many more!

Summary of the 2019 Regular Session

For those interested, the legislative staff has put together some good summaries of what was accomplished during the last Legislative Session:   Read all of my previous email newsletters here:

Thanks again for all your support.  My contact information is as follows. Feel free to contact me regarding any issue.

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Personal email:
Cell phone: (801) 573-1774

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