Contact Information 
District Office
282 West King St., 1st Floor
Abbottstown, PA 17301
(717) 259-7805
Toll-Free: 1-877-480-9525
Hours: M-F 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Satellite Offices
South Middleton Township Building
520 Park Drive
Boiling Springs, PA 17007
Tuesday, Wednesday, 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Phone: (717) 612-0807 

North Newton Township Building
528 Oakville Road
Shippensburg, PA 17257
Second and fourth Thursday of every month, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Phone: (717) 612-0807
Toll free: 1-877-480-9525

Capitol Office
427 Irvis Office Building
PO Box 202193
Harrisburg PA 17120-2193
Phone (717) 783-8875
Fax (717) 787-7588
My Audio Updates
Here you will find audio clips about important events that have taken place during the current and past Legislative Sessions.
Rep. Tallman Comments on House Budget Passage - 4/4/2017
House Republican lawmakers moved to adopt a new state budget plan Tuesday in Harrisburg that would provide greater government efficiency, reduce overall state spending and avoid broad based tax increases. The $31.52 billion House budget is $246 million less than the current state spending plan and $815 million less than the budget proposal put forth by Governor Wolf earlier this year. The House budget also increases basic education funding by $100 million and provides an additional $25 million for both early childhood education and special education programs. House Bill 218 passed the House by a vote of 114 to 84 and now goes to the Senate for consideration. Rep. Will Tallman (R-Adams & Cumberland) offered comments on the budget legislation following the vote.
Rep. Will Tallman Legislative Radio Report/Podcast - 2/24/2017
A new Legislative Report Program-Podcast with Rep. Will Tallman (R-Adams, Cumberland) is now available on the House Republican Radio News Service. You may use this brief public affairs report in its entirety or edit it down for actualities to use in your state government news coverage.
Rep. Will Tallman Legislative Radio Report/Podcast - 7/1/2016
The weekly Legislative Report Program with Rep. Will Tallman (R-Adams, Cumberland) is now available on the House Republican Radio News Service. You may use this brief public affairs report in its entirety or edit it down for actualities to use in your state government news coverage.
Rep. Tallman Comments on Passage of a Supplemental Funding Bill to Complete the 2015-16 State Budget - 3/17/2016
Lawmakers took action Wednesday in the state capitol to provide essential funding for the remainder of the 2015/2016 state budget. The current year’s fiscal plan remains unresolved due to the Governor’s line-item vetoes of more than $6 billion for basic and higher education, as well as corrections and agriculture programs. The supplemental budget bill approved by the House and Senate would address the funding holes created by the Governor’s vetoes and restore state funding. The legislation provides for a 200 million dollar increase for basic education lines, a 5 percent increase for higher education, and ensures that no schools will be forced to close in the Commonwealth. Rep. Will Tallman (R-Adams & Cumberland) said it is time for the state to completely release funding for critical programs and the governor needs to support this legislation.
Rep. Tallman Comments on Impacts of Protracted Budget Disagreement - 3/4/2016
At a press conference held in Camp Hill on Friday, Republican lawmakers emphasized the damage being done to the Commonwealth by the Governor’s decisions to cut vital funding, already approved by the legislature, for education, agriculture, corrections, and other critical services. Several House Republicans questioned the Governor’s motives in calling for increased education funding, but then personally cutting $3 Billion in the final 2015/16 budget agreement.
Rep. Tallman Offers His Reaction to the Governor’s Budget Address - 2/10/2016
Rep. Will Tallman (R-Adams & Cumberland) offered his reaction to Gov. Tom Wolf’s spending proposal for fiscal year 2016-17, which was announced Tuesday in an address before a joint session of the General Assembly. The governor’s budget plan would increase taxes on working Pennsylvanians and employers by $3.6 billion and spending by 10 percent, or $3 billion, and calls for $33.3 billion in total spending. To support his proposed spending plan the governor has proposed 15 new tax increases, including a retroactive increase in the Personal Income Tax on Pennsylvania workers.
Rep. Tallman Calls for Passage of Legislation to Protect Vulnerable Pennsylvanians During Budget Stalemates - 2/9/2016
On the same day the Governor is scheduled to deliver his annual budget address, a group of House Republican lawmakers have called for the adoption of new legislation that would prevent the interruption of crucial government services in the event of any future state budget impasse.
Rep. Tallman says Governor’s Cuts to Agriculture Department Budget are a Concern for Farmers in Adams County - 1/14/2016
While visiting with area farmers this week at the Pennsylvania Farm Show, State Rep. Will Tallman (R-Adams & Cumberland) shared his concerns about the governor’s drastic cuts to funding for the Department of Agriculture. Tallman said Adams County has directly benefited from programs aimed at preventing plant diseases and insect infestations that were axed by the Governor.
Rep. Tallman Comments on Governor's Line Item Veto of Latest Budget - 12/29/2015
Money for schools and social service programs will begin to flow from state coffers, now that the Governor has accepted portions of a state budget passed by the General Assembly shortly before Christmas. Lawmakers credited the Governor with having finally done the right thing by using his authority to approve most line items, while blue-lining those he opposed, but also criticized his misrepresentations on education funding.
Rep. Tallman Comments on Defeat of the Governor’s Tax Increase Plan - 10/7/2015
The Pennsylvania House voted to defeat the Governor’s tax increase proposal Wednesday in Harrisburg. The latest version of the tax legislation would have increased the personal income taxes by 16 percent, from 3.07 percent to 3.57 percent, and would have levied one of the highest tax rates on the production of natural gas in the nation. House Republicans overwhelmingly voted against the Governor’s tax plan and called for action on a state budget that will balance without increasing the burden on hard-working Pennsylvanians. Rep. Will Tallman (R-Adams & Cumberland) offered the following comments following the vote on the bill.