Delegate McClellan's legislation is signed into law
Delegate McClellan with Mayor Dwight Jones in the 71st District
Delegate McClellan on the House Floor
Delegate McClellan accepting the VEA Legislative Champion Award
Delegate McClellan supporting funding for Public Broadcasting

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May13

Del. Jennifer McClellan, D-Richmond, took some time today to talk about an aspect of the debate over expanding health insurance coverage for low income Virginians that doesn’t get a lot of attention –  moms and would-be moms.

Apr21

The YWCA of Richmond will hold its annual Outstanding Women Awards later this month to recognize exceptional women across the Richmond region who have benefited the community as well for their achievements in their respected careers.

Nine women [including Delegate McClellan] will be honored at the Outstanding Women Awards luncheon on Friday, April 25th at 12:00 PM at the Greater Richmond Convention Center.

The honorees answered our questions about the important lessons they’ve learned, advice they give, and how they want Richmond change.

Apr18

"The changes Governor McAuliffe has made in the restoration of rights process were much needed and are commendable actions by our governor. Virginia is stronger when it is more open and transparent, and this announcement is another step in the right direction. I look forward to seeing additional progress the Governor and his team will make in the restoration of rights process, and ensuring more of our citizens who have done their time and paid their debt to society can re-enter into the civic process."

Mar31
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Delegate Jennifer McClellan served as keynote speaker at the Richmond Department of Motor Vehicles Broad Street Headquarters for its Women’s History Month program on Thursday, March 27. The Delegate spoke on this year’s theme, “Celebrating Women of Character, Courage, and Commitment.”

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Last week the General Assembly reconvened to consider the Governor's line item vetoes to the biennial budget passed on June 12th.
Last week was a tumultuous week in Virginia politics that saw control of the Virginia Senate shift back to the Republicans after the resignation of Senator Phil Puckett and the upset defeat of Congressman Eric Cantor by a Tea Party favorite. In the wake of these events, the General Assembly convened to pass a biennial budget. 
 
Last Wednesday, April 23rd, the General Assembly reconvened for the "Veto Session," to vote on Governor McAuliffe's actions on bills passed during the 2014 Session.  You can read about the Governor's actions, including detailed explanations of his vetoes<a href="http://dls.virginia.gov/p