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Oct18

Watch the report on WRIC ABC 8 in Richmond on the increase in cyber bullying in Richmond. Delegate McClellan passed an anti-bullying bill last year, requiring schools to crack down and punish those cyber bullying.

Sep20

Delegate Jennifer McClellan was among numerous dignitaries who participated in a DMV ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday celebrating a partnership between DMV’s mobile office, called DMV 2 Go, and the University of Richmond (UR).

DMV is committed to providing services on college campuses across the Commonwealth through the DMV 2 Go program. DMV 2 Go offers a convenient way for students, faculty and staff at UR to conduct DMV business between classes or at another convenient time during the day.

Aug27

Watch Wayne Covil's report on WTVR CBS 6 on the remote-controlled aircraft crash in Dinwiddie County that injured three. The incident has served as a wake-up call to police and lawmakers.

“I do think we need to just make sure that we’re, that our laws keep up with technology,” Delegate McClellan said.

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The 2017 General Assembly Session adjourned sine die on February 25th after completing work on thousands of bills and resolutions and closing a $1.26 billion shortfall in the budget. The adopted $107 million budget avoids cuts to K-12 education, restores pay raises to state employees, provides the state share of a raise to teachers, provides assistance to school divisions like Charles City County that have experienced at least a 5% decline in enrollment, and invests in mental health reform, while creating a $35 million cash reserve for future shortfalls.

 

The 2017 General Assembly Session adjourned sine die on February 25th after completing work on thousands of bills and resolutions and closing a $1.26 billion shortfall in the budget. The adopted $107 million budget avoids cuts to K-12 education, restores pay raises to state employees, provides the state share of a raise to teachers, provides assistance to school divisions like Charles City County that have experienced at least a 5% decline in enrollment, and invests in mental health reform, while creating a $35 million cash reserve for future shortfalls.

 
The General Assembly adjourned sine die on February 25th, completing work on thousands of bills and closing a $1.26 billion shortfall. 

The $107 million budget adopted by the General Assembly that avoids cuts to K-12 education, restores pay raises to state employees, provides the state share of a raise to teachers, and invests in mental health reform, while creating a $35 million cash reserve to be used to close future shortfalls.  

You can read an overview of the budget conference report prepared by the Senate Finance Committee here, and one prepared by the House Appropriations Committee here. Specific budget amendments adopted by the final budget conference report can be found here

The General Assembly also passed over 800 other bills than now await the Governor's action.  The Richmond Times Dispatch provided an overview of 25 of the most significant bills that passed, which you can read here.  The Governor has until March 27th to amend or veto any bills. We will return April 5th for Veto Session to vote on his actions.