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Jennifer McClellan at the General Assembly
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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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 We are now two weeks into the 2017 Session, and the pace has picked up dramatically.  As we celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday and ushered in the Trump Administration, the Senate considered several bills introduced by Republican Senator Richard Stuart that increase penalties for civil disobedience. These bills are part of a troubling trend by Republican legislators in several states to quash civil disobedience and curb First Amendment rights in the wake of the Black Lives Matter Movement, Trump Presidency protests, and the recent Women’s March on Washington.  In addition to Virginia, similar bills have been introduced in Colorado, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, and Washington. 

 

Last week was the first full week of the 2017 Session, and we began to address the thousands of bills filed. Committee assignments were also announced, and I was appointed to serve on the Agriculture, Conservation & Natural Resources; Local Government; and Transportation Committees.

Last week, the 2017 Virginia General Assembly Session convened for 46 days to address thousands of bills and amendments to the state budget.  After 11 years in the House of Delegates, I took the oath of office to serve in the Virginia State Senate.  I am humbled and tremendously honored to have been elected by the voters of the 9th Senate District to succeed Donald McEachin, who now serves in Congress.  I look forward to continuing the work I began in the House to improve public education, provide economic opportunity for all Virginians, and strengthen our local communities.  I will continue to address the needs of my constituents through legislation and constituency services.