Rep. Schemel's Capitol Tour for Greencastle-Antrim Elementary School

May. 27, 2020 / Embed

Since school children throughout the region are missing out on their field trips to the state Capitol due to COVID-19 restrictions, Rep. Paul Schemel is bringing the Capitol to them through this virtual tour. Students, parents and anyone interested in learning about your Capitol building and state government are encouraged to take look.

Rep. Schemel's Health Committee Comments

May. 18, 2020 / Embed

State Rep. Paul Schemel expresses civil liberty concerns during the May 18, 2020 Health Committee meeting.

Schemel Speaks Local School Issues

Apr. 30, 2020 / Embed

State Rep. Paul Schemel comments on the effects of the coronavirus and declining tax revenues for school districts.

Schemel On Reopening The Economy

Apr. 14, 2020 / Embed

State Rep. Paul Schemel comments on recent action by the Pa. Legislature via two bills, SB 613 and HB 2400, both meant to safely reopen the economy by implementing a COVID-19 mitigation plan.

Schemel Gives Legislative Update

Mar. 25, 2020 / Embed

State Rep. Paul Schemel comments on the many efforts being made by the legislative body and many other entities during the coronavirus pandemic.

2020 Farm Show Sec Redding Interview

Jan. 09, 2020 / Embed

State Rep. Paul Schemel interviews Pa. State Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding during the 104th Pennsylvania Farm Show. The two discuss this years new events and recent legislative action benefitting farmers.

Rep Schemel Guest Introduction House Floor

Dec. 16, 2019 / Embed

State Rep. Paul Schemel invited guests to the House floor.

Monterey Pass Battlefield Park and Museum

Dec. 06, 2019 / Embed

State Rep. Paul Schemel visits Pennsylvania's 2nd largest battlefield of the Civil War, Monterey Pass.

Rep. Schemel's Press Conference on Past Child Sexual Assault Case Resolution

Sep. 17, 2018 / Embed

In an effort to provide a reasonable alternative to civil lawsuits in child sex abuse cases, Rep. Paul Schemel is sponsoring legislation that would uncover the truth and compensate victims. His proposal would create a “Truth and Restoration Commission” to hear testimony from victims and institutions responsible for the abuse. The state commission would then financially compensate victims from a funding pool supported by contributions from those institutions.

House Reps. Schemel and Ward, Press Conference, 05.09.17

May. 09, 2017 / Embed

House Reps. Schemel and Ward. A Pennsylvania Parents Against Impaired Driving; a.k.a., "PAID" Press Conference.