“Today, Virginia moved one step closer to ending an unnecessary law that restricts Virginians’ reproductive health care options,” McClellan said in a statement. “Virginians deserve to be able to choose whatever health plan meets their needs, but that option is not available to Virginians covered by the exchange.”
The battle over Virginia’s obligation to fully fund the costs of public education has resumed in the General Assembly with the same price tag but a new intensity because of
As the child of educators (including an early childhood educator) I have long understood the important foundation early childhood education provides. As a policymaker, I have reviewed the vast body of scientific research that has established that 90 percent of brain development occurs before age 5 and understood the implications for school readiness and our educational system.
“Today, Virginia moved one step closer to ending an unnecessary law that restricts Virginians’ reproductive health care options,” said Sen. McClellan.
State Sen. Jennifer McClellan, D-Richmond, released a statement on the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. “This is a historic day for our nation. Today, America
The Virginia Constitution strives to provide all children in Virginia access to a free, public “educational program of high quality. But, too often, Virginia’s actions haven’t lived up to those words. Our public education system consistently has been underfunded, and too many children – particularly those in lower-income communities – are inhibited from accessing a “high quality” education.
Virginia candidate for governor Sen. Jennifer McClellan (D-Richmond) announced a Universal Child Care and Early Learning Plan that will invest a historic $4 billion in the state’s early childhood education system, and provide increased access to affordable child care for more than 500,000 Virginia children.
Today, Sen. Jennifer McClellan’s gubernatorial campaign announced that it has raised more than $1.17 million across all entities during 2020, buoyed by growing grassroots support.
Today, Sen. Jennifer McClellan (D-Richmond) released the following statement on Gov. Northam’s State of the Commonwealth address: “Governor Northam’s speech tonight showed how far we have come as a Commonwealth
McClellan Introduces 2021 Legislative Agenda to Strengthen Virginia Families During The COVID-19 Crisis
Senator Leads Landmark Bills on Education, Reproductive Health, Workers’ Rights, Climate Change and Environmental Justice, and Homeowner Protections RICHMOND, Va. – Sen. Jennifer McClellan (D-Richmond) announced her legislative package for
Today, Sen. Jennifer McClellan (D-Richmond), released the following statement on former Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s decision to enter the primary campaign: “Virginia families face serious and unprecedented challenges: parents and teachers
Sen. McClellan Now Has 75 Endorsements from Across Virginia RICHMOND – Today, Senator Jennifer McClellan announced 30 new endorsements for her gubernatorial campaign from Virginia leaders, including former cabinet officials, local elected officials, community
Today, Sen. Jennifer McClellan issued the following statement regarding the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission’s study on marijuana legalization. Sen. McClellan was the Senate patron of SJ67, which required