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2014 Legislative Session!

The 2014 General Session of the Utah State Legislature began on Monday, January 27.  Thank you so much for all of your support.  It is truly an honor to represent the great residents of District 33. Just a few things as we begin the Session:

Ways to Contact Representative Hall

I make a concerted effort to reach out to all of my constituents.  For that reason, I use as many different forms of communication as possible.  Most of you have received mail from me.  I also have frequent town hall meetings (more on that below).  You can follow me online at  For even more frequent updates, you can follow me on Facebook at and/or on Twitter at  You are also welcome to call my cell phone anytime.  (801) 573-1774.  I will be in many meetings throughout the legislative session, so if I don't answer right away, feel free to leave me a message and I'll try to call back as soon as possible.  I will also be sending out regular updates via email.  Probably the quickest way to get ahold of me is by email.  My legislative email address is

Town Hall Meetings!

As of now, I have three Town Hall meetings scheduled.  All of the following Town Hall meetings will be at West Valley Library (2800 West 3650 South):

  • Saturday, February 1, 2014, 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
  • Tuesday, February 11, 2014, 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, March 1, 2014, 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.  

This is a great chance to let me know how you feel about the issues that are most important to you.  Hope to see you there!

Please return your survey!

I just mailed a survey to each registered voter in District 33.  The answers you provide to these survey questions are invaluable.  Please, please, please fill it out and return! I am very interested in your perspectives. Your comments and thoughts are greatly appreciated.  Thank you so much.

Air Quality

Many of you have reached out to me about the air quality.  I appreciate your thoughts.  So instead of trying to just find someone to blame, a bipartisan group of legislators (myself included) are putting their brains together to find real solutions for this air quality issue. We call ourselves the "Clean Air Caucus." 

This last week we held a press conference to announce some of our proposed legislation for this upcoming session. Thanks to all legislators that are a part of this! See the story here:

Visit with Granger Elementary

In my continued efforts to reach out to public school teachers and principals, I visited with the Granger Elementary principal, Mrs. Amber Clayton this last week.   Granger Elementary is one of the biggest elementary schools in the State with almost 950 students.  Thanks to Mrs. Clayton, the teachers, and all others that make Granger Elementary a great place to go to school. 

Thanks for your support. Contact me anytime.

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