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Jennifer McClellan at the General Assembly
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Jennifer McClellan accepting the VEA Legislative Champion Award

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Aug9

Watch the August 9th edition of This Week in Richmond featuring Delegate Jennifer McClellan (71st District) and Delegate Chris Peace (97th District).

Items discussed include:

  • The Martin Luther King Commission, which is celebrating the sesquicentennial of the Emancipation Proclimation
  • The Redskins training camp in Richmond
  • The 2013 state-wide elections
Jul3

Watch Brent Solomon’s report on NBC 12 on new, tougher laws that were signed into law to aid in public safety.  From identity theft to stalking to gang violence, nearly two-dozen tougher laws are in effect right now intended to protect your safety.

May23

Watch the NBC 12 report on how Richmond’s population growth is outpacing Chicago, Phoenix, and San Diego, according to the latest U.S. Census figures released Thursday. The Capital has the biggest population growth in Central Virginia, adding more than 4,000 people between 2011 and 2012.

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Today is "Crossover," the midway point of the Session where the House and Senate must complete work on their bills.  You can follow my bills and their progress through the General Assembly on the LIS website, and you can read a summary of all of my 2018 legislation and view committee hearings for each on my website

I am eager to hear from you on issues you care about. To share your views on legislation, contact my office at (804) 698-7509 or district09@senate.virginia.gov. You can also stop by my office in the Pocahontas Building at 900 East Main Street. My offices are located in E512.

Agriculture is Virginia’s largest industry.  Yet many communities in the commonwealth do not have enough places to purchase healthy, affordable food as a wide variety of factors have led supermarkets to disinvest from lower-income areas across the commonwealth, creating a public health crisis. 

As we enter the last full week of committee meetings before crossover, the days at the General Assembly are getting longer. In this update, I report on my legislationi, the bills that have passed the Senate that I co-sponsored, and the call to action issued by African American women legislators, the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, and other leaders.