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Delegate McClellan defends her bill (HB 1871) that defines the term “bullying” and requires school boards to develop anti-bullying policies and procedures in the student code of conduct  and policies and procedures to educate school board employees about the need to create a bully-free environment.


Read Chelyen Davis’s article in the Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star on my legislation that would eliminate the 30-day waiting period for individuals without children who wish to be serilized.  The bill was debated on the House floor on January 31st.


Watch the segment on WTVR CBS 6 about my bill (HB 1871) aimed at providing a clear, legal definition of bullying in order to help prevent it from happening, which cleared the House Education Committee on Monday.

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As we enter the last week of the 2019 General Assembly Session, there are still several important issues to be resolved, including amendments to the biennial budget adopted last year.  The <a href="
Three weeks into the General Assembly Session, a number of important issues have been considered.  Here are some of the bills addressed by the Senate this week:
We are now through week two of the 2019 General Assembly Session.  We began welcoming our newest Senator, Jennifer Boysko (D-33), who succeeded now Congresswoman Jennifer Weston.  

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