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Inventory of the Carol Hallett Papers
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Description
Carol Boyd Hallett, a Republican, was first elected to the 77th Assembly District in 1976. She authored bills concerning agriculture, education, and flood control in Monterey. Hallett also introduced legislation to reform the State Teachers' Retirement System (AB1002, 1977-1978) and the Public Employees' Retirement System.
Background
Carol Boyd Hallett, a Republican, was first elected to the 77th Assembly District serving Monterey, San Luis Obispo, and Santa Barbara, in 1976. She was born on October 16, 1937, in Oakland. She attended the University of Oregon with a major in Art History, and San Francisco State College, majoring in Business Administration. Assembly Member Hallett was a former Administrative Assistant to Senator Donald L. Grunsky and a former field representative to Congressman William M. Ketchum. She was married to James T. Hallett in 1958.
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1.25 cubic feet
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Collection is open for research.