George Hall, who has kept the operations of General Assembly running since the late 1970s, has retired.
The Associated Press reports Hall, 75, stepped down earlier this month. He left in part because of health problems, the wire service reported.
As legislative services officer, Hall oversaw a nonpartisan staff that did everything from drafting bills to building maintenance and security and providing food.
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