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Jan8
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Listen to Coy Barefoot’s interview with Delegate McClellan on Charlottesville Right Now.  Delegate McClellan speaks about the upcoing Virginia House of Delegates session. 

Jan8

RICHMOND, VA (WTVR)—Tuesday Governor Bob McDonnell laid out a new plan to pay for Virginia roadways, which included  the elimination of the gas tax and an increase in the state sales tax.

Jan7

Greetings!

Happy New Year!

As 2013 begins, I am looking forward to representing the 71st House of Delegates District in the 2013 session of Virginia's General Assembly which convenes on Wednesday, January 9th.

Jan4

Richmond’s elected leaders sent a familiar message to their state representatives Friday during their annual breakfast meeting to discuss legislative priorities: more money, fewer mandates.

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Last week, the General Assembly reached "Crossover," the mid-point of Session when the House and Senate must complete work on their own bills. Many of the bills my constituents have written or called me about were addressed prior to crossover and summarized in prior updates. Here is an overview of other bills acted upon last week.

Tomorrow marks the half-way point of the 2017 General Assembly Session, known as "Crossover," when the House and Senate must complete work on their own bills.  Over the next two days we will debate and vote on hundreds of bills on the Senate floor covering a wide variety of topics such as immigration, voting rights, school discipline, student loans, Airbnb, the regulation of property carriers, and public procurement.  My Op-Ed in yesterday's Richmond Times Dispatch discussed some of the school discipline bills we will address.
 
You can watch the Senate floor sessions live or find archived video from earlier floor sessions here
 

The 2017 General Assembly Session is now halfway over as the House and Senate considered hundreds of bills on Monday and Tuesday covering a wide variety of topics such as immigration, voting rights, school discipline, student loans, Airbnb, the regulation of property carriers, charter and virtual schools, and public procurement. 

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