A spark of light

Jan. 25, 2021 /

I am a longtime Republican woman with traditional values of patriotism and democracy. I have been disheartened by recent rhetoric, extreme partisanship and efforts to weaken democracy. In Pennsylvania, I volunteer to help pass bills the public wants. Many important bills and resolutions haven’t gotten consideration or a vote: redistricting, lead in our drinking water, rural broadband, rules amendments, etc. A government by, of and for the people is hard to see at the moment.

Thomas Sworn in for Second Term

Jan. 05, 2021 /

Thomas Sworn in for Second Term

HARRISBURG--Rep. Wendi Thomas (R-Bucks) was sworn in today to her second term in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives to serve the people of the 178th District.

Bucks Delegation Backs Legislation to Restore Hospitality Industry

Dec. 18, 2020 /

HARRISBURG—The Bucks County Republican House Delegation has co-sponsored legislation crafted by Rep. Todd Polinchock (R-Chalfont) to create a new grant program to relieve Pennsylvania’s hospitality industry of the burdens precipitated by the governor’s latest restrictions.

Thomas to Reintroduce Legislation to Create State Registry of Medical Directors

Dec. 14, 2020 /

HARRISBURG—As Pennsylvania prepares to distribute COVID-19 vaccines and inoculate residents of long-term care facilities, Rep. Wendi Thomas (R-Bucks) will reintroduce legislation to require the establishment of a registry of medical directors in nursing homes, personal care homes and assisted living facilities.

State Rep. Wendi Thomas backs bills to fight human trafficking

Aug. 20, 2020 /

HARRISBURG -- State Rep. Wendi Thomas (R-Bucks) joined her colleagues in passing a package of legislation to combat human trafficking in Pennsylvania, including a companion bill to Thomas’s “Buyer Beware” bill to increase the penalties for anyone convicted of soliciting a victim of human trafficking.

David Library, DCNR, Heritage Conservancy Save Public Green Space

Aug. 20, 2020 /

Doylestown, PA, August 10, 2020: In an exciting move that will preserve the entire 118-acre farm in Washington Crossing in Upper Makefield Township that had been home to the David Library of the American Revolution (DLAR) since 1974, an Agreement of Sale has been co-signed by Heritage Conservancy and Pennsylvania's Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) to acquire the property from DLAR. The agreement will make the riverfront property available to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as part of the Delaware Canal State Park with public accessibility for everyone to enjoy.