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On February 22, 2018, Senator McClellan spoke against the floor amendment to remove state funding to terminate a pregnancy in the case of gross fetal abnormalities. Fortunately this amendment failed.
 
 
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On February 22, 2018, Senator McClellan spoke against the Senate budget that eliminates $49.4 million from the introduced budget to provide a two percent base salary increase for state employees and state supported local employees.

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On February 6, 2018, Senator McClellan introduced SB 293 on the Senate Floor. SB 293 creates a more streamlined pharmacy license for nonprofit clinics to dispense contraception and antibiotics for STD treatment. It passed the Senate 35-4, and will next be heard in the House of Delegates. 

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On January 30, 2018, Senator McClellan appeared on VCTA Cable Reports. She and host Woody Evans discussed bipartisan criminal justice reform efforts to end the school-to-prison pipeline.  They also discussed women's health, voting rights, and expanding medicare. 

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On January 23, 2018, civil rights legend Dr. Rev. Wyatt Tee Walker passed away.  On behalf of the Virginia Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Commission, Senator McClellan joined Senator Rosalyn Dance in honoring Dr. Walker on the Senate floor.  

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On January 24, 2018, Senator McClellan appeared on VCTA Cable Reports. She discussed the concerns of her constituents in the 9th Senate District for 2018 General Assembly Session with the host. 

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On January 15, 2017, Senator Jennifer McClellan, Chair of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission, made a floor speech in honor of Dr. King. 

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On this edition of This Week In Richmond, host David Bailey is joined by Senator Amanda Chase and Senator Jennifer McClellan to discuss the past election and issues for the 2018 session of the General Assembly of Virginia.

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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.