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Read the report on WVIR NBC 29 in Charlottesville on my bill (HB 1871) to crack down on bullying.


Delegate McClellan speaks on the impact of transportation funding plans outlined in HB 2313 on the lowest income Richmonders who would be adversely affected by the eliminating the gas tax and increasing the sales tax.


Delegate McClellan discusses her bill (HB 1872) that would expressly authorize investments made online for any of the tax credits that the same investment would have qualified for had it been made the old fashioned way.


Delegate McClellan defends her bill (HB 1871) that defines the term “bullying” and requires school boards to develop anti-bullying policies and procedures in the student code of conduct  and policies and procedures to educate school board employees about the need to create a bully-free environment.

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We are now over a month into Special Session and have yet to complete work on the budget for the 2018-2020, which starts 

On Saturday, March 10th, the 2018 General Assembly Session adjourned sine die after passing over 800 bills. You can read a summary of some of the major legislation considered here. 

This is the final week of the 2018 General Assembly Session.  As of Tuesday evening, we have passed about 750 bills, with another 175 pending.  The Budget conferees have not yet reached an agreement to bridge the approximately $600 million gap between the House and Senate Budgets, primarily due to their disagreement over Medicaid Expansion. Seven of my bills have passed both the Senate and the House and now await action by the Governor.