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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Jan28

Growth in the Virginia craft beer industry has been significant. In 2011, Virginia was home to 44 breweries. But since 2012, when lawmakers approved legislation that allowed breweries to sell beer for on-site consumption, Virginia breweries have created 8,163 full-time equivalent jobs, according to the Virginia Craft Brewers Guild, a coalition of independent, small, commercial breweries that is an affiliate of the Virginia Manufacturers Association.

Jan28

Several lawmakers, both Democratic and Republican, have become perennial patrons of anti-trafficking legislation, such as Sens. John Edwards (D–Roanoke), Mark Obenshain (R–Harrisonburg) and Adam Ebbin (D–Alexandria), and Dels. Timothy Hugo (R–Centreville), Jennifer McClellan (D–Richmond) and Ronald Villanueva (R–Virginia Beach). Clearly these members have committed themselves to finding the proper legislative channels that will give law enforcement the upper hand in finding and locking up the vermin who would exploit the most vulnerable young people.

Dec17

This summer, Governor Terry McAuliffe appointed Delegate McClellan to the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) Legislative Advisory Council. The SREB works with 16 member states to improve public education at every level, from pre-K through Ph.D. 

Oct30

State lawmakers are tackling teen sexting. The state crime commission is considering changing the law so teens that send explicit messages aren't facing the same punishments as offenders who possess child pornography.

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Last week marked the first full week of the 2015 General Assembly Regular Session. In this 45-day "short session" the General Assembly will act quickly on bills and budget amendments. 

Last week marked the first full week of the 2015 General Assembly Regular Session. In this 45-day "short session" the General Assembly will act quickly on bills and budget amendments. 

The 2015 General Assembly Regular Session convened last week for a "short session" to address a number of bills and budget amendments. Click here for a preview of issues expected to be addressed prepared by the Division of Legislative Services.