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
Latest News
HARRISBURG – Gov. Tom Wolf today proposed a more than $33 billion dollar budget for the 2018-19 fiscal year during his address to the General Assembly. The governor’s plan includes a $1.19 billion increase in spending and is dependent on approval of a natural gas severance tax.
Legislator claims agriculture ‘pruned’ too hard in proposal
For many people, last week was their first encounter with the word “gerrymandering.” The term is defined as “manipulating the boundaries of an electoral constituency so as to favor one party or class.” The word was created in 1812 by the Boston Gazette, when Massachusetts Gov. Elbridge Gerry redrew state senate election districts and one of them was said to resemble the shape of a salamander.
HARRISBURG – A bridge in South Middleton Township, Cumberland County will soon bear the name of a member of the military from the 193rd Legislative District who lost his life, according to state Rep. Will Tallman (R-Adams/Cumberland).
Here’s a trivia question - how many pieces of legislation have been drafted at the halfway point in the General Assembly’s 2017-18 session? While you ponder that answer, let’s take a look at some of these bills and issues that have made headlines in the calendar year.
HARRISBURG – Calling it “what the vast majority of my constituents would want me to do,” state Rep. Will Tallman (R-Adams/Cumberland) today voted in favor of Senate Bill 3, legislation that would make significant changes to the Abortion Control Act. The bill now sits with Gov. Tom Wolf, who has said he will veto it.
HARRISBURG – Motivated by the light cast upon the Commonwealth’s current, failing budget system and policies over the past five months, an ad-hoc budget group of 18 rank-and-file House Republican members refused to stop with the submission of a no-tax-or-borrow budget revenue proposal. The group, which proposed using tax dollars stowed away in reserve accounts instead of increasing taxes, has continued to meet weekly since the submission of the proposal, and has formally organized as the Common Sense Caucus (CSC).
The Medicare Open Enrollment period runs until Thursday, Dec. 7. Are you fully aware of what your existing health care insurance policy actually covers? If not, this is a time for senior citizens/Medicare beneficiaries to review their coverage and determine if health and prescription plans continue to meet their needs.
HARRISBURG – As Gov. Tom Wolf considers the final pieces of the 2017-18 state budget package, state Rep. Will Tallman (R-Adams/Cumberland) is expressing his disappointment with the spending plan finalized by the General Assembly last week.
HARRISBURG – After seven weeks of diligent work to find an alternative to the Senate’s plan to raise taxes on every Pennsylvanian, a group of House Republicans released today the Taxpayers’ Budget to fund the 2017-18 budget without the need to borrow money or increase taxes.
HARRISBURG – The state House on Tuesday passed House Bill 59, a key piece of the state budget package, on a predominately party-line vote. The legislation, sponsored by Rep. Dan Moul (R-Gettysburg), amends the Human Services Code to mandate work requirements for individuals on public assistance who are able to work and choose not to. It also reforms Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance program to ensure the administration operates these critical programs within the appropriated budget to reduce executive overspending, while ensuring care for the Commonwealth’s most vulnerable citizens.
HARRISBURG – State Rep. Will Tallman (R-Adams/Cumberland) was one of the dissenting votes today on a key element of the budget process that passed in the state House by a 173-27 margin. House Bill 218, the general appropriations portion of the process, now heads to Gov. Tom Wolf’s desk.
HARRISBURG – A state legislator with an extensive background in emergency medicine is commending a Department of Health decision that will now allow emergency medical service (EMS) providers to perform a finger stick test to diabetic patients in the field.
HARRISBURG – Two pieces of much-needed pension reform legislation have passed the state House, according to state Rep. Will Tallman (R-Adams/Cumberland), who authored one of them and voted for both.