Rep. Schemel Interviews Ag Secretary Redding At 2020 Farm Show

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.

Schemel Guest Introduction Upon House Floor

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

Monterey Pass Battlefield and Museum

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

State Budget Plan Moving Ahead

Rep. Paul Schemel comments on the 2019-20 Pennsylvania state budget proposal. The budget plan includes no new taxes, historic levels of funding for education, and saves for the future.

Schemel Comments About MS4 Stormwater Runoff Tax

Pa. State Rep. Paul Schemel comments about a bill that would provide Pennsylvania counties with funding for storm water management, bringing relief to ratepayers.

Schemel Comments On House Bill 321

During May 14th House debate, Pa State Rep. Paul Schemel argues against "selective" abortion simply because a child will be born with a known disability, likening the procedure to "genetic engineering".

Schemel Comments At Judiciary

Pa. State Rep. Paul Schemel comments about House Bill 111, a bill that would reflect greater diversity in court elections by dividing Pennsylvania into nine Commonwealth Court districts, 15 Superior Court districts and seven Supreme Court districts.

Schemel Opposes House Bill 1051

Pa. State Rep. Paul Schemel speaks on the House floor concerning the Statute of Limitations.

Honoring Those With Down Syndrome

Pa. State Rep. Paul Schemel comments about the celebration of World Down Syndrome Awareness Day, March 21st 2019 and wishes to remember those who constribute to everyday society regardless of the affliction.

Truth and Restoration

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.