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Senator McClellan speaks to her bill that would add to the family life education curriculum age appropriate information on the value of family relationships in addition to marriage and instruction that increases student awareness of the fact that consent is required before sexual activity.  The bill also changes the focus of instruction from an individual avoiding sexual assault to deterrence of sexual assault.

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Senator McClellan speaks in opposition to a bill that would prohibit localities from adopting sanctuary policies. 

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Senator Jennifer McClellan Speaks Against Unlawful Assembly Bill, SB 1055.

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On January 16, 2017, Senator Jennifer McClellan gave tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In her remarks she discussed the work of Virginia's Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission. 

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On January 13, 2017, Jennifer McClellan was sworn in as the State Senator for the 9th District. 

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Delegate McClellan is honored by her fellow Delegates on her final day before being sworn into the Virginia Senate.

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Delegate McClellan urges the House to reject the budget amendment 4-5.04 # 2h which would restrict state medicaid funding for abortion services even in the case of a gross fetal abnormaility

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Delegate McClellan introduced legislation to address the very serious but overlooked issue of child marriage. Currently in Virginia, 16- and 17-year-olds can marry with parental consent. Children under 16 can marry with parental consent and evidence of pregnancy. HB 703 will limit marriages to individuals 16 years of age and older, and provide new, broader grounds for legal emancipation.