Local Legislators to Host Budget Town Hall Meeting
HARRISBURG – State Reps. Dan Moul (R-Adams) and Will Tallman (R-Adams/Cumberland) invite residents of the 91st and 193rd legislative districts to get an update on the state budget impasse and have their state government questions answered during a town hall meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 15. The public forum will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Cross Keys Banquet Center, 6110 York Road, New Oxford.

“Pennsylvania has been without a spending plan for two and a half months, even though a fiscally responsible budget that included no tax increases was laid on Gov. Tom Wolf’s desk June 30,” Moul said. “We hope our neighbors accept our invitation to come out, ask questions and find out where negotiations stand.”

Tallman said there have been many misconceptions about what both the Legislature and the governor are asking to be included in the budget. He and Moul will explain what is and isn’t
on the table.

“One of the things we’d like to discuss is the governor’s desire to expand the sales tax, something of which few people are aware,” said Tallman. “The plan to add sales tax to day care services, nursing care and many basic quality-of-life items gets overshadowed in the severance tax discussion, but it is clearly something he continues to insist be part of any budget agreement.”

Seating at the banquet center is limited. As a result, anyone planning to attend should call Moul’s office at (717) 334-3010 or Tallman’s office at (717) 259-7805 or (877) 480-9525 to reserve a seat.

Representative Dan Moul
91st District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
Media Contact: Donna Pinkham

Representative Will Tallman
193rd District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
Media Contact: Scott Little
RepWillTallman.com / Facebook.com/RepTallman
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