Legislative Tracker

The Mississippi state legislature meets in Jackson in the first three months of the year. Our legislative tracker allows you to keep an eye on what they are up to.

Bill Ratings: Have a look below to see how we have rated the various bills each week:
Green for bills that extended freedom
Red for bills that erode liberty, and
Yellow for bills we are ambivalent about
MCPP Approved We also show which of the bills being considered we specifically approve, giving them the "MCPP APPROVED" stamp.
Politician Ratings: We also show which of the bills being considered we specifically approve, giving them the "MCPP APPROVED" stamp.
Our legislative tracker will enable us to keep you updated on our progress as we help drive through this ambitious agenda.

2022 Regular Session

Rating Bill Number Description Stage Principal Sponsor MCPP Endorsed
 
HB 1 Use of technology portals by those on probation/parole; require MDOC to implement certain rules regarding. 01/04 (H) Referred To Corrections Christopher Bell
 
HB 2 Youth court records; authorize judge to release to adult who was former subject, as a child, of abuse/neglect proceeding. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Christopher Bell
 
HB 3 Sales tax; exempt retail sales of severe weather preparedness items. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Christopher Bell
 
HB 4 DPS; require to establish training component relating to autism spectrum disorder. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Judiciary B Christopher Bell
 
HB 5 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with improvements to Eubanks Creek and Hanging Moss Creek. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Christopher Bell
 
HB 6 Mental Health Treatment Facility; revise hearing and commitment procedures. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Christopher Bell
 
HB 7 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist with repair and renovation of the Rosenwald School in Marshall County. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means John G. Faulkner
 
HB 8 Wiretapping; authorize state and local law enforcement to use for human trafficking. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Randy Rushing
 
HB 9 Immunity for law enforcement officers; authorize when claimant is convicted for resisting arrest. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Randy Rushing
 
HB 10 Sales tax; extend time for exemption on retail sales of school supplies during the last weekend in July. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Randy Rushing
 
HB 11 Court-ordered restitution, certain; require payment of victim first before court costs/fines are disbursed to court. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Randy Rushing
 
HB 12 Adverse possession; require possessor to notify chancery clerk before title vests. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Randy Rushing
 
HB 13 Ad valorem tax; remove the provision that prescribes the manner in which affordable rental housing must be appraised. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Randy Rushing
 
HB 14 Small School District Equipment, Maintenance and Infrastructure Grant; create to assist certain school districts. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Randy Rushing
 
HB 15 Retirement; PERS members convicted of job-related felonies shall be terminated from system. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Randy Rushing
 
HB 16 State aid system; increase maximum total mileage of. 01/04 (H) Referred To Transportation Randy Rushing
 
HB 17 Teacher contracts; prohibit superintendents from entering into with current licensed employees for continuation of employment before April 15. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Randy Rushing
 
HB 18 Retirement; create separate system for state and local law enforcement officers. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Randy Rushing
 
HB 19 Mississippi Code; modernize terminology by replacing "mentally retarded" with "intellectual disability". 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Lee Yancey
 
HB 20 Anatomical gifts; prohibit discrimination against recipient based on disability. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Lee Yancey
 
HB 21 Attorneys; provide for 6 hours of continuing legal education for those employed by Legislature. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Lee Yancey
 
HB 22 Early voting; authorize. 01/04 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Orlando Paden
 
HB 23 Public officials; authorize the Department of Public Safety to investigate. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Timmy Ladner
 
HB 24 The Combating Violence, Disorder and Looting and Law Enforcement Protection Act of Mississippi; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Timmy Ladner
 
HB 25 Headlights; require to be used whenever windshield wipers are necessitated. 01/04 (H) Referred To Transportation Timmy Ladner
 
HB 26 School Recognition Program; restrict awards to teachers and licensed staff and require SBE to adopt rules for administration. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Timmy Ladner
 
HB 27 Correctional system cost-per-day reviews; transfer responsibility from PEER to MDOC. 01/04 (H) Referred To Corrections Timmy Ladner
 
HB 28 PEER committee; require to review the operations of Child Protection Services. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Timmy Ladner
 
HB 29 Parole Board; bring forward sections relating to powers and duties of. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Timmy Ladner
 
HB 30 County jail dockets; require additional data for transparency purposes and require uniform recording of data. 01/04 (H) Referred To County Affairs Timmy Ladner
 
HB 31 Charter schools; reconstitute authorizer board and require formula to ensure equitable distribution of local funds. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Timmy Ladner
 
HB 32 Appointed state officers; provide for the removal of for certain forms of willful neglect. 01/20 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Timmy Ladner
 
HB 33 Campaign finance reports; require those filed by all candidates to be available online. 01/04 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Timmy Ladner
 
HB 34 Redistricting; authorize Legislature to alter boundaries of counties, municipalities and school districts. 01/04 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Timmy Ladner
 
HB 35 Standard Dedeaux Water District; delete provision on compensation of commissioners. 01/04 (H) Referred To Local and Private Legislation Timmy Ladner
 
HB 36 Elected official; prohibit from holding more than one elected office at the same time. 01/04 (H) Referred To Constitution Gene Newman
 
HB 37 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Pearl with construction of a bridge. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Gene Newman
 
HB 38 Sales tax; exempt certain sales of platinum, gold, silver bullion and numismatic coins. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Gene Newman
 
HB 39 Littering; increase fines and deposit certain assessments into Keep Mississippi Beautiful and law enforcement funds. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Gene Newman
 
HB 40 Medicaid; require division to promptly sell or lease residence of deceased recipient obtained through estate recovery. 01/04 (H) Referred To Medicaid Gene Newman
 
HB 41 Certificate of title; remove requirement for applicant to file a bond or deposit of cash as a condition of issuance. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Gene Newman
 
HB 42 School attendance; require for children unable to score a 21 or higher on the ACT until the child reaches 18 years of age. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Omeria Scott
 
HB 43 Nationally certified licensed school employees; delete caps on nurses and speech pathologists and add athletic trainers for salary supplements. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations John Read
 
HB 44 Teacher licensure; create additional nontraditional route for certain individuals to receive. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Daryl Porter
 
HB 45 State employees; provide for 3% increase in compensation for each of the next 4 fiscal years. 01/04 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency;Appropriations Daryl Porter
 
HB 46 Federal judges; authorize to solemnize marriage. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Rules Daryl Porter
 
HB 47 School bus drivers; require to be first aid and CPR trained and certified. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Daryl Porter
 
HB 48 Adult day care facilities; provide for licensure by State Department of Health. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Daryl Porter
 
HB 49 Appropriation; City of Holly Springs for widening a road for the Springs Industrial Park. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations John G. Faulkner
 
HB 50 Public and private schools; require all employees to be tested annually for tuberculosis. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Public Health and Human Services John G. Faulkner
 
HB 51 Public and private schools; require all employees to annually receive flu vaccine. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Public Health and Human Services John G. Faulkner
 
HB 52 Local governments capital improvements revolving loan program; include municipal natural gas facilities. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means John G. Faulkner
 
HB 53 Income tax; authorize credit for employers of convicted felons, prohibit certain criminal record/history checks. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means John G. Faulkner
 
HB 54 Elections; establish procedure for automatic registration of voters. 01/04 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections John G. Faulkner
 
HB 55 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Holly Springs with improvements to Mississippi Highway 178. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means John G. Faulkner
 
HB 56 Spouse and children of first responders killed in the line of duty; provide scholarship for attendance at postsecondary institutions. 01/04 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations John G. Faulkner
 
HB 57 State Workplace Safety and Health Office; establish under State Board of Health. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Rickey Thompson
 
HB 58 Mississippi Department of Labor; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Appropriations Rickey Thompson
 
HB 59 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Lee County with repair/replacement of a bridge. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Rickey Thompson
 
HB 60 Appropriation; Lee County School District for reconstruction of Verona Elementary School. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Rickey Thompson
 
HB 61 Amiya Braxton Amendment; create to require the arrest and charge of a driver who kills a child when violating the school crossing provisions. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Rickey Thompson
 
HB 62 Natural Resource Camp Pilot Program Act of 2022; establish for students in Lee and Monroe Counties. 01/04 (H) Referred To Conservation and Water Resources Rickey Thompson
 
HB 63 Appropriation; Lee and Monroe Counties for funding National Resource Camp pilot program. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Rickey Thompson
 
HB 64 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Lee County and municipalities of Verona, Plantersville and Shannon with certain projects. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Rickey Thompson
 
HB 65 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Helping Hands Food Pantry in Tupelo with repair and renovation of building. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Rickey Thompson
 
HB 66 Tuition waiver; provide for certain foster and adopted children and wards of the state to attend a state-supported IHL. 01/04 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 67 Student residency requirements; require State Board of Education to adopt uniform policy to be implemented by school boards. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 68 Mississippi Skill Standards Board; create as an advisory board on industry standards. 01/04 (H) Referred To Workforce Development Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 69 Life jackets; increase minimum age of person required to wear on certain vessels. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 70 Identity theft; establish procedure for victim to have debt forgiven and credit reports purged. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 71 Housing Repair Grant Fund; authorize issuance of bonds to provide funds for grants to low-income individuals for home repairs. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 72 School curriculum; require comprehensive Mississippi History course for public school students in Grade 9. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 73 MAEP; define "at-risk pupil" and include a child diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 74 Disabilities, persons with; modernize terminology used to refer to. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 75 Juneteenth Freedom Day; designate June 19 as. 01/04 (H) Referred To Rules Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 76 Criminal investigators; add two to the 21st Circuit Court District. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Appropriations Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 77 Historic Courthouse Fund; create to provide grants to counties for maintenance/restoration of historic courthouses. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Property;Appropriations Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 78 Trimester School Year Pilot Program; establish. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 79 School social workers and psychologists; authorize districts to employ and receive partial state reimbursement for salaries of. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 80 MAEP; increase adjustment to base student cost for at-risk students. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 81 Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds for public school capital improvements. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 82 ATVs; create voluntary certificate of number system, mandatory for public lands. 01/04 (H) Referred To Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks;Ways and Means Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 83 Medicaid; revise calculation of reimbursement for durable medical equipment (DME). 01/04 (H) Referred To Medicaid;Appropriations Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 84 Income tax; exclude overtime compensation from gross income. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 85 Mississippi Special Needs Housing Steering Council; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 86 Budget of county sheriff, tax assessor and tax collector; remove certain obsolete reporting requirements concerning. 01/04 (H) Referred To County Affairs;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 87 Habitual offenders; revise regulations for. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 88 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Holmes County with construction of a park. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 89 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Holmes County with repair and renovation of county courthouse. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 90 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist the Holmes County Consolidated School District with construction of a football stadium. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 91 Department of Human Services; authorize to use additional methods of communication to send notices relating to child support. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 92 Appropriation; Holmes County Consolidated School District for expenses of consolidation. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 93 "Mississippi Joint Municipal Law Enforcement Act"; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Municipalities;Judiciary A Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 94 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Town of Tchula with road improvements. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 95 Bonds; create rural counties and municipalities cellular and broadband grant program and authorize issuance of bonds. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 96 Income tax; authorize credit for certain child care expenses, child care centers and child care center teachers and directors. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 97 Medicaid; require Governor and Division of Medicaid to negotiate to obtain federal waiver to expand Medicaid coverage. 01/04 (H) Referred To Medicaid;Appropriations Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 98 Appropriation; Department of Mental Health for additional funding for crisis centers and outpatient services. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 99 PERS; allow retirees to teach in critical needs areas and work full time and receive full salary for three years. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 100 Election commissioners; require board of supervisors to provide insurance coverage for. 01/04 (H) Referred To County Affairs;Insurance Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 101 Mississippi Universal Prekindergarten Program Act of 2022; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 102 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Holmes County with improvements to county roads and buildings. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 103 Driver's license; authorize issuance of hardship license to persons who have their licenses suspended as a result of being out of compliance with order for support. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 104 Joint state-county work program; require DOC to utilize under certain circumstances. 01/04 (H) Referred To Corrections Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 105 Mississippi Tobacco Minimum Legal Sale Age of 21 Act; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Public Health and Human Services Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 106 Health insurance policies; require coverage for certain obesity treatments. 01/04 (H) Referred To Insurance;Public Health and Human Services Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 107 Mississippi Smoke-Free Air Act of 2022; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Judiciary B Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 108 Medicaid; expand eligibility under federal Affordable Care Act. 01/04 (H) Referred To Medicaid;Appropriations Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 109 Counties; authorize to pay poll workers certain mileage. 01/04 (H) Referred To County Affairs;Apportionment and Elections Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 110 CON; remove end-stage renal disease facilities from application of law. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 111 Housing Loan Assistance Pilot Program; create and authorize issuance of bonds to provide funds for. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 112 Law Enforcement Officers and Fire Fighters Death Benefits Trust Fund; expand to include health care employees who die of COVID and public safety officers from COVID. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Tom Miles
 
HB 113 Transportation funding; authorize public-private partnerships to include naming rights. 01/20 (H) DR - TSDP: TR To AP Tom Miles
 
HB 114 Sales tax; create diversion to counties. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Tom Miles
 
HB 115 Trooper training class; require Legislature to appropriate funds in 2022 and 2023 sessions to defray expenses of. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Tom Miles
 
HB 116 Mississippi Development Authority Tourism Advertising Fund; use portion of monies in to advertise state parks. 01/04 (H) Referred To Tourism;Appropriations Tom Miles
 
HB 117 Holy Bible; designate as the official state book of Mississippi. 01/04 (H) Referred To Rules Tom Miles
 
HB 118 Statewide testing program; require the SBE to cease administration of for the 2021-2022 school year. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Tom Miles
 
HB 119 End-of-course subject area tests; discontinue and require minimum score on the ACT for graduation. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Tom Miles
 
HB 120 End-of-course assessments; remove mandatory requirement of passing score as a condition of graduation. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Tom Miles
 
HB 121 Statewide Assessment Program; require SBE to use ACT Aspire as summative assessment. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Tom Miles
 
HB 122 Sales tax; exempt sales of perishable food items to certain charitable organizations. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Tom Miles
 
HB 123 School districts; authorize to offer supplemental compensation to Medicare eligible retired bus drivers if they secure Medicare. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Tom Miles
 
HB 124 Health insurance policies; require coverage for gastric pacemakers. 01/04 (H) Referred To Insurance;Public Health and Human Services Tom Miles
 
HB 125 Firearms; prohibit discharge near schools or churches. 01/04 (H) Referred To Constitution;Judiciary B Tom Miles
 
HB 126 Landlord-tenant; authorize tenant who is survivor of domestic abuse to break lease without penalty. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Daryl Porter
 
HB 127 Order of support; prohibit suspension of driver's license for being out of compliance with. 01/04 (H) Referred To Transportation Daryl Porter
 
HB 128 Child care facilities, licensed; require to purchase and maintain a certain minimum amount of liability insurance. 01/04 (H) Referred To Insurance;Judiciary A Daryl Porter
 
HB 129 National Board Certified teachers; provide additional annual salary supplement to those employed in Walthall County. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Daryl Porter
 
HB 130 Capitol police; authorize transfer of compensatory leave from previous agency. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations John Read
 
HB 131 State of emergency; provide a maximum time period for and authorize Department of Health to store dead bodies if necessary. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Timmy Ladner
 
HB 132 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist the Delta Blues Museum with installation of permanent exhibits. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Orlando Paden
 
HB 133 Income tax; revise certain provisions to address investment in federally designated qualified opportunity zones. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Orlando Paden
 
HB 134 School districts; require all schools to have epinephrine auto-injectors in every building and cafeteria. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Appropriations Orlando Paden
 
HB 135 AEDs; require at public schools and state-supported institutions of higher learning and provide authority to lease. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Orlando Paden
 
HB 136 The Crown Act; create to prohibit discrimination based on hairstyles in workplace and schools. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Workforce Development Orlando Paden
 
HB 137 Appropriation; Health Department to provide epi-pens and AEDs in IHLs, community colleges and schools. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Appropriations Orlando Paden
 
HB 138 Statute of limitations; remove for crimes against children. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Orlando Paden
 
HB 139 Public school curriculum; require instruction in mental illness as part of Health Education. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Orlando Paden
 
HB 140 Day and Temporary Labor Services Act; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A Orlando Paden
 
HB 141 Firearms licensed; require proof of mental health evaluation. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Constitution Orlando Paden
 
HB 142 Appropriation; Health Department for MAGnet Community Health Disparity Program. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Orlando Paden
 
HB 143 State song; designate "My Home Mississippi" as second official state song. 01/04 (H) Referred To Tourism Orlando Paden
 
HB 144 Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of "hotel" under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Orlando Paden
 
HB 145 Suffrage; restore to all upon meeting all terms and conditions of sentence. 01/04 (H) Referred To Constitution;Judiciary B Orlando Paden
 
HB 146 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist the Delta Blues Museum with installation of permanent exhibits. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Orlando Paden
 
HB 147 "Mississippi Promise Scholarship Act of 2022"; establish to provide tuition assistance for tuition-free community and junior college attendance. 01/04 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations Orlando Paden
 
HB 148 Assistant teachers; require school districts to notify of nonreemployment within 10 days after adopting budget. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Orlando Paden
 
HB 149 Mississippi Benefit Corporation Act; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary A;Appropriations Orlando Paden
 
HB 150 Mississippi Department of Labor; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Appropriations Orlando Paden
 
HB 151 Public universities and colleges; require to have epinephrine auto-injectors and AEDs in every building on campus. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Appropriations Orlando Paden
 
HB 152 Mississippi Secure Choice Savings Program; establish. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Orlando Paden
 
HB 153 School districts; require each school to have epinephrine auto-injectors and AEDs in every building and cafeteria. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Appropriations Orlando Paden
 
HB 154 Special education funds; require separate appropriation to the State Board of Education for. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Steve Massengill
 
HB 155 Health insurance policies; require coverage for hearing aids and services for children under 21. 01/04 (H) Referred To Insurance Steve Massengill
 
HB 156 Election commissioner; revise office of to be nonpartisan. 01/04 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Steve Massengill
 
HB 157 Universities and colleges; require to allow MS residents to register for classes before nonresident students. 01/04 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges Steve Massengill
 
HB 158 Recreational off-highway vehicles; revise definition of. 01/04 (H) Referred To Transportation Steve Massengill
 
HB 159 Campaign finance reports; require candidates for county, county district and municipal offices to file with Secretary of State. 01/04 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Henry Zuber III
 
HB 160 Travel Insurance Act of 2022; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Insurance Henry Zuber III
 
HB 161 State Board of Barber Examiners; authorize elected officials to serve on. 01/04 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Henry Zuber III
 
HB 162 Legislature; limit introduction of general bills requiring majority vote for passage to sessions in even-numbered years. 01/04 (H) Referred To Rules Henry Zuber III
 
HB 163 Administrative Procedures Act; amend to require proposed agency rules to be approved by the state auditor. 01/04 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Henry Zuber III
 
HB 164 "Forming Open and Robust University Minds (FORUM) Act"; establish. 01/04 (H) Referred To Constitution Fred Shanks
 
HB 165 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Brandon with improvements to City Hall. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Fred Shanks
 
HB 166 Criminal investigators; increase salary of. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Fred Shanks
 
HB 167 Law enforcement officers; require to input missing person cases into National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NAMUS). 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Fred Shanks
 
HB 168 Certificate of Foreign Birth; authorize without judicial proceeding under certain circumstances. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Fred Shanks
 
HB 169 Simple assault; add athletic umpires to list that elevates to aggravated. 01/20 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Fred Shanks
 
HB 170 Firearms; authorize concealed carry without a permit during emergency evacuations. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Randall Patterson
 
HB 171 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Town of Woodland with construction of a park. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Johnathan Ray Lancaster
 
HB 172 Mississippi Architects and Engineers Good Samaritan Act; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Richard Bennett
 
HB 173 School attendance officers; clarify fulfillment of duties before, during and after designated leave period. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Richard Bennett
 
HB 174 Teacher licensure; revise disciplinary procedures relating to suspension or revocation of, and due process. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Richard Bennett
 
HB 175 Bonds; revise purposes for which bonds authorized for City of Hazlehurst may be used. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Gregory Holloway
 
HB 176 Presidential electors; revise selection of to be one from each congressional district and two from the state at large. 01/04 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Gregory Holloway
 
HB 177 Deer hunting; prohibit using dogs for. 01/04 (H) Referred To Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks Gregory Holloway
 
HB 178 Marijuana possession; revise as civil penalty. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Gregory Holloway
 
HB 179 Railroad crossings; require MDOT to review all passive crossings to determine if any are particularly dangerous. 01/04 (H) Referred To Transportation Gregory Holloway
 
HB 180 Headlights; require to be used whenever windshield wipers necessitated. 01/04 (H) Referred To Transportation Gregory Holloway
 
HB 181 Blue; designate as the state color of Mississippi. 01/04 (H) Referred To Tourism Gregory Holloway
 
HB 182 Schools in district transformation; prohibit mandatory consolidation if progressing toward termination of district transformation status. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Gregory Holloway
 
HB 183 Firearms and weapons; authorize nonviolent felons to possess and use in defense of residence or motor vehicle. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Cedric Burnett
 
HB 184 Mobile sports wagering; authorize. 01/04 (H) Referred To Gaming;Ways and Means Cedric Burnett
 
HB 185 Lottery; clarify liquor stores able to serve as lottery retailers. 01/04 (H) Referred To Gaming Cedric Burnett
 
HB 186 Casinos; revise locations in Tunica County where may locate. 01/04 (H) Referred To Gaming;Ways and Means Cedric Burnett
 
HB 187 Firearms possession; authorize for nonviolent felons in homes and cars. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Constitution Cedric Burnett
 
HB 188 Expungement; remove embezzlement by officers from the list of nonexpungeable crimes. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Cedric Burnett
 
HB 189 School ad valorem tax levy; authorize levying authority for certain districts to approve/disapprove request for certain increases. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Cedric Burnett
 
HB 190 Retired judges; authorize to solemnize marriages. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Cedric Burnett
 
HB 191 Minimum wage; establish at $10.00 and set requirements for exemptions and overtime. 01/04 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A Carl L. Mickens
 
HB 192 License plate; revise disability requirement for disabled veterans tag. 01/20 (H) DR - TSDP: TR To WM Carl L. Mickens
 
HB 193 Fresh Start Act; revise certain provisions and authorize practice of medicine or dentistry after expungement of certain crimes. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Carl L. Mickens
 
HB 194 Corporal punishment; prohibit in public and charter schools. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Carl L. Mickens
 
HB 195 Conditions of probation; clarify that courts may provide certain treatment for veterans when placed on probation. 01/04 (H) Referred To Corrections Carl L. Mickens
 
HB 196 Right to vote; restore automatically once a person has completed all sentencing requirements. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Constitution Carl L. Mickens
 
HB 197 Embezzlement; revise the list of excluded crimes for expungement. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Carl L. Mickens
 
HB 198 Statewide Assessment Program; require the SBE to use ACT Aspire as summative assessment. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Carl L. Mickens
 
HB 199 Early voting; authorize for not more than 21 days nor less than 5 days before each election. 01/04 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Alyce G. Clarke
 
HB 200 Retail businesses; those that accept credit or debit cards shall have video cameras to record persons using the cards. 01/04 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services Alyce G. Clarke
 
HB 201 Appropriation; Department of Archives and History for Scott Ford House to develop two historic properties in Jackson. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Alyce G. Clarke
 
HB 202 Bonds; authorize issuance for improvements to the Jackson Public School District's Career Development Center. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Alyce G. Clarke
 
HB 203 Bonds; authorize issuance for improvements to the Jackson Public Schools District's Career Development Center. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Alyce G. Clarke
 
HB 204 Appropriation; Town of Edwards for funding the town Youth Enrichment Program. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Stephanie Foster
 
HB 205 Metal detectors; require in all public schools beginning with 2022-2023 school year. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Stephanie Foster
 
HB 206 Minimum Wage; establish at $10.00 and set requirements for exemptions and overtime. 01/04 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A Robert L. Johnson III
 
HB 207 Appropriations; Department of Health for COVID-19 expenses and related matters. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Robert L. Johnson III
 
HB 208 Career pathways initiative; provide for development of to increase access to educational credentials for higher-paying jobs. 01/04 (H) Referred To Workforce Development Robert L. Johnson III
 
HB 209 Corrections Inspection Council; establish. 01/04 (H) Referred To Corrections;Appropriations Robert L. Johnson III
 
HB 210 Use of restitution centers by DOC; repeal and convert centers into post-release reentry centers. 01/04 (H) Referred To Corrections;Appropriations Robert L. Johnson III
 
HB 211 DOC; convert restitution centers to post-release reentry centers. 01/04 (H) Referred To Corrections;Appropriations Robert L. Johnson III
 
HB 212 Medicaid; telehealth services provided by FQHCs, rural health clinics and community mental health centers reimbursed at same rate as face-to-face encounters. 01/04 (H) Referred To Medicaid Robert L. Johnson III
 
HB 213 Income tax; authorize credit for certain child care expenses, child care centers and child care teachers and directors. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Robert L. Johnson III
 
HB 214 Income tax; provide a credit for taxpayers who claim a federal earned income tax credit. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Robert L. Johnson III
 
HB 215 Department of Health; limit any increase in fees by and revise who can be appointed to child care advisory council by State Health Officer. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Robert L. Johnson III
 
HB 216 Parole eligibility; revise for certain offenders and require Parole Board hearing before release of certain inmates. 01/04 (H) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary B Robert L. Johnson III
 
HB 217 Commutation of sentences; require for certain nonviolent offenders. 01/04 (H) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary B Robert L. Johnson III
 
HB 218 Mandatory 85% sentencing rule; repeal. 01/04 (H) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary B Robert L. Johnson III
 
HB 219 Habitual offender law; exclude drug and nonviolent offenses when computing prior offenses under. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Robert L. Johnson III
 
HB 220 Habitual offender law; authorize parole eligibility if offender served 10 years of a sentence of 40 years or more. 01/04 (H) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary B Robert L. Johnson III
 
HB 221 Practice of medicine or dentistry; allow persons convicted of certain crimes to practice after license reinstatement. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Cheikh Taylor
 
HB 222 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Starkville with drainage improvements. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Cheikh Taylor
 
HB 223 Starkville High School AP Government Class of 2019 Motor Voter Act; create to establish the procedure for the automatic registration of voters. 01/04 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Cheikh Taylor
 
HB 224 Nonviolent offenders, certain; require Department of Corrections to house within a 100-mile radius of offenders' release residences. 01/04 (H) Referred To Corrections Cheikh Taylor
 
HB 225 Workforce training, certain; provide for nonviolent offenders in regional correctional facilities. 01/04 (H) Referred To Corrections Cheikh Taylor
 
HB 226 Regional correctional facilities; require Department of Corrections to utilize for housing of state offenders before utilizing private facilities. 01/04 (H) Referred To Corrections Cheikh Taylor
 
HB 227 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Starkville with certain drainage projects. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Cheikh Taylor
 
HB 228 Appropriation; City of Starkville for making Northside Drive drainage improvements. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Cheikh Taylor
 
HB 229 Wrongful conviction; remove limit on damages when court finds. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Cheikh Taylor
 
HB 230 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Clay, Lowndes and Oktibbeha Counties with certain road projects. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Cheikh Taylor
 
HB 231 COVID-19 vaccine mandates; authorize employee exemptions from. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Lee Yancey
 
HB 232 Uniform Controlled Substances Act; revise schedules. 01/21 (H) Transmitted To Senate Lee Yancey
 
HB 233 Mississippi Highway Patrol and MBN officers; increase salaries of. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Appropriations Steve Massengill
 
HB 234 Board on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Training; revise membership of. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Steve Massengill
 
HB 235 Regional food banks; DHS establish grant program to provide annual grant funding to. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Steve Massengill
 
HB 236 Alcoholic beverages; increase number of package retailer's permits a person may own. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Brent Powell
 
HB 237 Hazing; increase penalties for. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Brent Powell
 
HB 238 Universities and colleges anti-hazing policy; require Board of Trustees of IHL to develop policy against hazing and prescribe penalties. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Brent Powell
 
HB 239 Alcoholic beverages; authorize the sale of wine at grocery stores. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Brent Powell
 
HB 240 Income tax; authorize a credit for costs incurred by certain taxpayers for storm shelter/safe room construction. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Brent Powell
 
HB 241 Local governments; prohibit from imposing penalties or fines on security companies when false security alarm occurs. 01/04 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Brent Powell
 
HB 242 Sales tax; create sales tax diversion to the Pearl River Valley Water Supply District. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Brent Powell
 
HB 243 Partisan primary elections; abolish and establish open primary elections. 01/04 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Oscar Denton
 
HB 244 Child support; revise factors for award of. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Oscar Denton
 
HB 245 Income tax and sales tax liability; revise method of collecting from public officers or employees. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Oscar Denton
 
HB 246 Statute of Limitations; remove for crimes against children. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Oscar Denton
 
HB 247 Concealed firearms; clarify prohibition for mentally incompetent. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Constitution Oscar Denton
 
HB 248 Armed Services Absentee Voting Law; expand definition of "absent voter" to include those working in federal waters of United States. 01/04 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Oscar Denton
 
HB 249 School prayer; require school boards to designate a period of reflection for students at the beginning of each school day. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Oscar Denton
 
HB 250 Retirement; elected officials convicted of certain felonies shall have benefits suspended until full restitution has been made. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Oscar Denton
 
HB 251 Retirement; elected officials convicted of certain felonies shall have benefits withheld until full restitution has been paid. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Oscar Denton
 
HB 252 PERS; increase maximum percentage of investments of system that are in certain types of investments. 01/25 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Karl Oliver
 
HB 253 Second Amendment Preservation Act; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Constitution Karl Oliver
 
HB 254 Firearms; interpose state law in place of any federal law confiscating firearms. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Randall Patterson
 
HB 255 Funeral processions; yield right-of-way to and prescribe fine for failure to. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Ken Morgan
 
HB 256 Manufactured and mobile homes; require certain notice to tax collector when relocated to another county. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Ken Morgan
 
HB 257 Theft of street, road or highway signs; provide penalties for. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Ken Morgan
 
HB 258 Harvest reporting program; require the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks to create for white-tailed deer and wild turkey. 01/20 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Ken Morgan
 
HB 259 Drone Prohibition Act; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Ken Morgan
 
HB 260 Inventory of livestock; repeal provision requiring state institutions of higher learning to file quarterly inventory report. 01/25 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Bill Pigott
 
HB 261 Foundation herds of certain livestock; repeal authority of IHL Board relating to purchase, breeding and maintenance of. 01/25 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Bill Pigott
 
HB 262 4-H Club Demonstration Camps; repeal authority of MSU Extension Service to create and maintain in Panola and Madison Counties. 01/25 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Bill Pigott
 
HB 263 SNAP and TANF recipients; require those unemployed to take Test of Adult Basic Education. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Omeria Scott
 
HB 264 First grade enrollment; allow child who turns six on or before December 31 to start at beginning of that school year. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Omeria Scott
 
HB 265 Eleventh Grade students; require to take GED or High School Equivalency Test for senior early-release privilege eligibility. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Omeria Scott
 
HB 266 Compulsory school attendance; require youth court petition after third unlawful absence and authorize community service for violations. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Judiciary B Omeria Scott
 
HB 267 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Town of Shubuta with improvements to Town Hall building. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Omeria Scott
 
HB 268 Voting rights; restore upon satisfaction of all the sentencing requirements of a conviction. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Omeria Scott
 
HB 269 Appropriations; Department of Employment Security for funding Summer Youth Employment Programs. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Omeria Scott
 
HB 270 Home economics; require to be taught in "D" and "F" rated school districts. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Omeria Scott
 
HB 271 Misdemeanor expunction; remove age restriction. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Omeria Scott
 
HB 272 School attendance officers; require to visit homes of certain children within 72 hours of unexcused absence. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Omeria Scott
 
HB 273 Homework; require teachers to incorporate daily and weekly assignments into their curriculum. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Omeria Scott
 
HB 274 Economically Distressed Municipalities Development Act; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Omeria Scott
 
HB 275 Nonviolent offenders; authorize reduction of sentences for passage of end-of-course subject area tests by offenders. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Corrections Omeria Scott
 
HB 276 Socially and economically disadvantaged small business concerns; establish program to encourage participation in state contracts. 01/04 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Appropriations Omeria Scott
 
HB 277 TANF and Medicaid; require teenage recipients of to participate in programs about birth control, abstinence and parenting. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Omeria Scott
 
HB 278 Mississippi Comprehensive Teen Pregnancy Prevention Act; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Omeria Scott
 
HB 279 Task force to address the disparity of African-American males in the judicial system; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary B Omeria Scott
 
HB 280 Comprehensive School Health Education Program; include additional components in and require school nurse to teach. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Public Health and Human Services Omeria Scott
 
HB 281 School districts; require certain policies and alternative curriculum if accountability rating at three lowest levels. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Omeria Scott
 
HB 282 CON; authorize for nursing home in Jones County. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Omeria Scott
 
HB 283 Elementary professional school counselors; allocate funds under Mississippi Adequate Education Program for. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Omeria Scott
 
HB 284 Nursing education; unspent TANF funds shall be spent to pay expenses of persons enrolled as part of workforce training. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Appropriations Omeria Scott
 
HB 285 Mental health; require DMH to convert unused IDD beds to be used for alcohol and drug use services. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Omeria Scott
 
HB 286 School curriculum; require teaching of certain high school subjects in "C", "D" and "F" rated districts. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Omeria Scott
 
HB 287 Teacher salaries; authorize supplement for teachers in critical shortage subject areas in D and F districts. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Omeria Scott
 
HB 288 MS Teachers' Salaries Task Force; create to recommend how state can pay teachers at southeastern average. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Omeria Scott
 
HB 289 Assistant teachers; provide annual salary supplement in C, D and F school districts. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Omeria Scott
 
HB 290 Department of Corrections; increase per diem rate paid to regionals for housing of state offenders. 01/04 (H) Referred To Corrections;Appropriations Omeria Scott
 
HB 291 Felony expunction; revise age to obtain to conform to revisions. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Omeria Scott
 
HB 292 Online voter registration; authorize for first-time registrants. 01/04 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Omeria Scott
 
HB 293 Mississippi Fair Housing Act; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services;Judiciary A Omeria Scott
 
HB 294 Marijuana possession; provide civil penalty for. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Omeria Scott
 
HB 295 "Ban-the-Box Act"; create to prohibit public employers from using criminal history as a bar to employment. 01/04 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency;Judiciary B Omeria Scott
 
HB 296 IHL; continue annual deposits into Ayers Settlement Fund for 10 years and end reductions to Ayers Endowment Trust. 01/04 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations Omeria Scott
 
HB 297 State employees; provide for pay raise based on the amount of their annual salaries. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Omeria Scott
 
HB 298 DHS; develop process to ensure that subgrantees reflect the demographic makeup of the eligible population for the grants. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Omeria Scott
 
HB 299 Medicaid; provide continued eligibility for eligible women for up to 12 months postpartum. 01/04 (H) Referred To Medicaid;Appropriations Omeria Scott
 
HB 300 Medicaid; provide coverage for substance abuse and mental health services for pregnant and postpartum women. 01/04 (H) Referred To Medicaid;Appropriations Omeria Scott
 
HB 301 Counties and municipalities; authorize establishment of summer youth work programs. 01/04 (H) Referred To County Affairs;Municipalities Omeria Scott
 
HB 302 Appropriation; employment security for funding summer youth employment programs. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Omeria Scott
 
HB 303 "2022 Mississippi Youthbuild Pilot Program Act"; create with programs at Coahoma and Jones County Community Colleges. 01/04 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations Omeria Scott
 
HB 304 Appropriation; employment security for funding summer youth employment programs. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Omeria Scott
 
HB 305 Assistant Teacher Salary Waiver Grant Program; create to help assistant teachers to become licensed. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Omeria Scott
 
HB 306 Elections; require to be conducted by paper ballot or with optical mark reading equipment. 01/04 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Omeria Scott
 
HB 307 Community and junior colleges; waive all tuition and costs for graduates of Mississippi high schools. 01/04 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations Omeria Scott
 
HB 308 Same day voter registration; authorize. 01/04 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Omeria Scott
 
HB 309 Summer Youth Training Employment Program; authorize school districts to establish. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Omeria Scott
 
HB 310 State Board of Education; require to develop curriculum and implement programs of conflict resolution. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education Omeria Scott
 
HB 311 Sales tax; exempt certain retail sales of electronic devices/educational software, sales of feminine hygiene products. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Omeria Scott
 
HB 312 Municipal election commissioners; revise appointments of. 01/04 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Omeria Scott
 
HB 313 Bonds; authorize issuance for improvements at Alcorn State University, Jackson State University and Mississippi Valley State University. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 314 Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of career technical buildings at the Greenville Higher Education Center. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 315 Mississippi Board of Human Services; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 316 Health insurers; require to use certain standard for hospital inpatient admissions. 01/04 (H) Referred To Insurance John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 317 Medicaid; require managed care organizations to use certain level of care guidelines in determining medical necessity. 01/04 (H) Referred To Medicaid;Appropriations John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 318 Employees terminated from certain agencies, departments, institutions or nonprofits; prohibit from receiving similar employment. 01/04 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency;Appropriations John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 319 State agencies; prohibit disclosure of identifying information received from program applicants. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Judiciary B John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 320 Child care facilities; require licensing agency to disclose names of persons filing complaints against. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 321 Child Care Advisory Council; require child care providers to recommend names of persons to serve on. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 322 Department of Human Services; require a board of directors to be created within. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 323 Unemployment compensation; revise weekly benefit amount for. 01/04 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Appropriations John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 324 Malicious prosecution; require officials or employees involved to pay all costs associated with. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 325 Electric Power Association Law; bring forward entirely and amend election provisions of. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Utilities;Appropriations John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 326 Mississippi History and United States Government; require to be included in curriculum for all students in Grades 9-12. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 327 Health care and education shortage assistance program; establish to help attract professionals to work in certain counties. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Appropriations John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 328 Licensed professional counselors; revise qualifications for licensure for applicants who meet certain requirements. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 329 Child support enforcement and collection; terminate contract with private entity for and DHS shall perform. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Judiciary A John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 330 CON; provide for exception to home health agency moratorium for certain hospice licensees. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 331 Mississippi Department of Human Services employees; remove prohibition on participating in political campaigns for. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Apportionment and Elections John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 332 Mississippi Commission on Wage Review; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency;Appropriations John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 333 Child Care For Working Families Study Committee; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Youth and Family Affairs John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 334 HIV crimes; increase penalties for intentional exposure or contact with blood or seminal fluid. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 335 Medical marijuana; authorize Alcorn State University to enter into MOU for local farmers to grow for out-of-state vendors. 01/04 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 336 Universities and colleges; require to provide mental health assessments to members of school athletic teams. 01/04 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Public Health and Human Services John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 337 Appropriation; Department of Health for a grant to the Southern Health Commission in Washington County. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 338 Video lottery terminals; authorize lottery board to allow with certain restrictions. 01/04 (H) Referred To Gaming;Ways and Means John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 339 Appropriation; Department of Health to establish and operate two STD/HIV specialty clinics. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 340 Youth and Community Safety Act; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 341 "Mississippi Youthbuild Act"; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Youth and Family Affairs John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 342 Domestic abuse court program; establish. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Appropriations John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 343 Compulsory-school-age child; revise definition of by increasing required age to 18 years. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 344 Medical records; persons seeking disability benefits may obtain at no charge until determination of disability. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary A John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 345 Health; State Health Officer shall develop program to close the gap in health status of gender and racial groups. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 346 Homeowner's Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 347 Appropriation; Mississippi Delta Strategic Compact. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 348 Legislative Public Project Grant Program; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 349 Workers' Compensation Law; increase maximum total recovery under to 520 weeks. 01/04 (H) Referred To Insurance;Judiciary A John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 350 Chronic Diseases; direct Health Department to establish WISEWOMAN and WISEMAN programs to reduce incidence of. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Appropriations John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 351 Community and Police Safety Act; create. 01/04 (H) Referred To Municipalities;Ways and Means John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 352 Expungement; authorize for embezzlement by a state, county, city or town officer 14 years after completing all terms and conditions of sentences. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Cedric Burnett
 
HB 353 Appropriation; UMMC to support a medical residency program at Delta Regional Medical Center. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 354 School board members; authorize excused absences from board meeting in the event of family emergency. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 355 CON; remove services and equipment from requirement for. 01/04 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 356 Dating violence; require school districts to adopt a policy and educate students on. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 357 "Mississippi Eyes on Smiling Students Health Act"; enact to require vision screening and oral health assessments for certain students. 01/04 (H) Referred To Education;Public Health and Human Services John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 358 Juneteenth National Independence Day; designate as a legal holiday in the State of Mississippi. 01/04 (H) Referred To Rules Omeria Scott
 
HB 359 Appropriation; Alcorn County for funding an incentive program for remote workers to relocate to the county. 01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations Nick Bain
 
HB 360 State Public Defender; revise certain powers and duties of. 01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Nick Bain
 
HC 1 Gary Jude Harkins; commend life and legacy upon his passing. 01/04 (H) Referred To Rules Lee Yancey
 
HC 2 Joint Rules; amend to limit introduction of general bills requiring majority vote to sessions in even-numbered years. 01/04 (H) Referred To Rules Henry Zuber III
 
HC 3 Credit scores; urge Congress to enact legislation requiring data analytics companies to disclose methods used to calculate. 01/04 (H) Referred To Rules Cheikh Taylor
 
SB2001 Mississippi congressional districts; reapportion. 01/24 (S) Recommitted to Committee Dean Kirby
 
HB 361 Legislative; authorize House and Senate Sergeant at Arms to carry firearm. 01/05 (H) Referred To Rules Joseph L. Wright
 
HB 362 Physical therapists; delete requirement for physician referral before performing services. 01/05 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Becky Currie
 
HB 363 Home health services; authorize nurse practitioners and physician assistants to order and certify. 01/05 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Becky Currie
 
HB 364 Physical therapy practice laws; revise various provisions of. 01/05 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Becky Currie
 
HB 365 MS Rural Hospital Loan Program; establish in State Department of Health. 01/05 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Sam C. Mims, V
 
HB 366 Bail; revise how amounts are set. 01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Gene Newman
 
HB 367 Prostitution; penalize procurement of as a felony. 01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Gene Newman
 
HB 368 Justice and municipal courts; require to file all legal documents by electronic form using MEC. 01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Gene Newman
 
HB 369 Driver's license; restore ability to suspend for certain traffic violations. 01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Gene Newman
 
HB 370 Bail bond; require release when judge approves participation in intervention program. 01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Gene Newman
 
HB 371 Municipal annexation; provide that an election shall be held on the question of. 01/05 (H) Referred To Municipalities;Apportionment and Elections Manly Barton
 
HB 372 Sixteenth section land; authorize leasing of certain classified land to cities/counties for less than 5% of market value. 01/24 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Manly Barton
 
HB 373 Elections; increase qualification fees for. 01/05 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Karl Gibbs
 
HB 374 Weighing devices; provide Commissioner of Agriculture with authority to regulate those that dispense agricultural commodities. 01/05 (H) Referred To Agriculture Joel Bomgar
 
HB 375 "Forming Open and Robust University Minds (FORUM) Act"; establish. 01/05 (H) Referred To Constitution Stacey Hobgood-Wilkes
 
HB 376 County elected officers; provide that salaries shall not be reduced due to reduction in total assessed valuation or population. 01/05 (H) Referred To County Affairs;Appropriations Thomas U. Reynolds
 
HB 377 Right to vote; restore to veterans who committed certain crimes upon completing sentencing requirements. 01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Constitution Thomas U. Reynolds
 
HB 378 Income tax; exempt income of certain mental health professionals providing services in critical mental health services shortage areas. 01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Thomas U. Reynolds
 
HB 379 Property interest; conveyance to married individuals considered to create joint tenancy with right of survivorship. 01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Thomas U. Reynolds
 
HB 380 Developmental and physical disabilities; require health insurance policies cover similar to autism spectrum disorder requirement. 01/05 (H) Referred To Insurance;Appropriations Thomas U. Reynolds
 
HB 381 School boards powers and duties; expand to require boards to exercise all reasonable efforts to ensure 16th section land lessees pay taxes on leased lands. 01/05 (H) Referred To Education Thomas U. Reynolds
 
HB 382 Cell phones and certain other contraband; provide enhanced penalties for offenders and correctional employees. 01/05 (H) Referred To Corrections Donnie Bell
 
HB 383 Mississippi Day of Freedom and Abolishment of Slavery; declare February 7 as. 01/05 (H) Referred To Rules Rufus Straughter
 
HB 384 Mississippi Congressional district; reapportion. 01/24 Approved by Governor Charles Jim Beckett
 
HB 385 Sexual harassment settlements; require counties, municipalities and state agencies to post on website. 01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Jansen T. Owen
 
HB 386 Bonds; authorize issuance for repair and renovation projects at Mississippi Valley State University. 01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Solomon C. Osborne
 
HB 387 Medicaid; expand eligibility under federal Affordable Care Act. 01/05 (H) Referred To Medicaid;Rules;et al Solomon C. Osborne
 
HB 388 Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property or services to Natchez Children's Services. 01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Sam C. Mims, V
 
HB 389 Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property or services to the Natchez Cemetery Association. 01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Sam C. Mims, V
 
HB 390 Income tax; automatically extend time for filing tax returns when IRS extends time due to emergency/disaster. 01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Sam C. Mims, V
 
HB 391 Nonadmitted policy fee; extend repealer on. 01/05 (H) Referred To Insurance Henry Zuber III
 
HB 392 Disabled veterans; establish right to appeal in forma pauperis in certain cases. 01/05 (H) Referred To Military Affairs;Judiciary A Solomon C. Osborne
 
HB 393 Appropriations; IHL for MS Valley State University for lowering tuition rate for 2022-2023 academic year. 01/05 (H) Referred To Appropriations Solomon C. Osborne
 
HB 394 Sexual harassment; create a state cause of action. 01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Bryant W. Clark
 
HB 395 Speech-language pathologists and audiologists; create board to license and regulate. 01/05 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Steve Massengill
 
HB 396 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Columbus with certain road and street improvements. 01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Joseph L. Wright
 
HB 397 Appropriation; DFA to assist City of Columbus in cost of widening of and other improvements to certain roads. 01/05 (H) Referred To Appropriations Joseph L. Wright
 
HB 398 Veterans; exempt from fee for entry and use of state parks. 01/05 (H) Referred To Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks Joseph L. Wright
 
HB 399 Office of Workforce Development; bring forward code sections related to. 01/05 (H) Referred To Workforce Development Donnie Bell
 
HB 400 Riding bailiffs; revise salary of and authorize to carry firearm under certain circumstances. 01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Appropriations Joseph L. Wright
 
HB 401 Mineral interests; owner of nonproducing interest held separately from surface estate will be liable for portion of ad valorem taxes on land. 01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Donnie Bell
 
HB 402 Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property or services to Itawamba Crossroads Ranch, Inc. 01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Donnie Bell
 
HB 403 CTE students; provide tuition-free instruction and increased financial assistance for industry certification assessment. 01/05 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Donnie Bell
 
HB 404 Appropriations; Department of Education for administering ACT WorkKeys Assessment to all career and technical education students. 01/05 (H) Referred To Appropriations Donnie Bell
 
HB 405 Career and technical education; revise curriculum, instructor license requirements and certain assessments. 01/05 (H) Referred To Workforce Development Donnie Bell
 
HB 406 U.S. History end-of-course subject area test; remove requirement for the administration for purpose of graduation. 01/05 (H) Referred To Education Donnie Bell
 
HB 407 Teacher licensure; provide to certain individuals with a minimum of five years experience in public school districts or certain nonpublic schools. 01/05 (H) Referred To Education Donnie Bell
 
HB 408 State Department of Education; require to conduct sampling of material used on the U.S. History end-of-course assessment. 01/05 (H) Referred To Education Donnie Bell
 
HB 409 Asset forfeiture proceeds; clarify use is for increase in law enforcement budget. 01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Nick Bain
 
HB 410 Hypodermic syringes or needles; unlawful to sell, obtain, purchase or possess as a direct consumer without a written prescription. 01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Donnie Bell
 
HB 411 Voyeurism; revise sentencing option for the crime of. 01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Nick Bain
 
HB 412 Postsecondary educational institutions; require 50% in-person instruction as condition of receiving legislative appropriation. 01/05 (H) Referred To Appropriations Nick Bain
 
HB 413 Habitual offender; revise penalties for. 01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Nick Bain
 
HB 414 Expungement; authorize for completion of drug court. 01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Nick Bain
 
HB 415 State Superintendent of Public Education; align salary of to no more than 150% of Governor's salary. 01/05 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Nick Bain
 
HB 416 Public records; exempt the booking information of certain mentally ill patients from. 01/20 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Nick Bain
 
HB 417 Dogs; regulate and provide penalties for those with a history of biting. 01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Nick Bain
 
HB 418 Public schools; require toll-free number for reporting abuse and neglect to be posted in all. 01/05 (H) Referred To Education Nick Bain
 
HB 419 Mississippi Highway Patrol; increase pay. 01/05 (H) Referred To Appropriations Nick Bain
 
HB 420 Districts of Innovations; require State Department of Education to recognize use of Cambridge Assessment or other nationally recognized assessment for accountability ratings. 01/05 (H) Referred To Education Nick Bain
 
HB 421 Appropriation; DPS for constructing and staffing a new forensic laboratory in Corinth. 01/05 (H) Referred To Appropriations Nick Bain
 
HB 422 State assessments; deposit certain into designated special funds instead of General Fund. 01/20 (H) DR - TSDPAA: JB To AP Nick Bain
 
HB 423 Accountability rating system; abolish A-F ratings and implement percentage designation ratings. 01/05 (H) Referred To Education Donnie Bell
 
HB 424 Audiology and speech-language pathology interstate compact; create. 01/05 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Sam C. Mims, V
 
HB 425 Gary Hemphill Commercial Aviation Month; declare the month of April as. 01/24 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Dana Criswell
 
HB 426 Sales tax; exempt sales of coins, currency and bullion. 01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Jill Ford
 
HB 427 Income tax: authorize a credit for certain blood donations. 01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Jill Ford
 
HB 428 Career and technical education; revise curriculum, instructor license requirements and certain assessments. 01/05 (H) Referred To Workforce Development Jill Ford
 
HB 429 "J.T. Williamson Act"; create to make texting while driving a misdemeanor. 01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Jill Ford
 
HB 430 Municipal clerk; authorize to certify the results of a municipal election under certain circumstances. 01/05 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Edward Blackmon, Jr.
 
HB 431 Municipal election officials; prohibit removal of except where good cause shown. 01/05 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Edward Blackmon, Jr.
 
HB 432 Municipal executive committee; prohibit members of from campaigning for candidates on the municipal primary election ballot. 01/05 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Edward Blackmon, Jr.
 
HB 433 Health Insurance policies; require coverage of certain examinations primarily related to women's health. 01/05 (H) Referred To Insurance Becky Currie
 
HB 434 Appropriation; additional to DPS from Death Benefits Trust Fund to pay benefits covered under First Responder Act. 01/05 (H) Referred To Appropriations Becky Currie
 
HB 435 Anatomical gifts; prohibit discrimination against recipient based on disability. 01/05 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Becky Currie
 
HB 436 Patriot Guard Act; create. 01/05 (H) Referred To Transportation Becky Currie
 
HB 437 The Teaching Racial and Universal Equality (TRUE) Act: enact to prohibit critical race theory from inclusion in public school curriculum. 01/05 (H) Referred To Education Becky Currie
 
HB 438 "Mississippi Police Funding Protection Act"; create. 01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Becky Currie
 
HB 439 State agencies; eliminate requirement to prepare and publish annual reports. 01/05 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Becky Currie
 
HB 440 Advanced practice registered nurses; revise certain provisions relating to, including collaboration requirement. 01/05 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Donnie Scoggin
 
HB 441 Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize issuance to supporters of the Mississippi Academy of Nurse Practitioners. 01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Donnie Scoggin
 
HB 442 Municipalities; prohibit from receiving certain funds if police department is defunded. 01/05 (H) Referred To Appropriations Becky Currie
 
HB 443 Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property or services to the Lincoln Civic Center Foundation. 01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Becky Currie
 
HC 4 Constitution; amend to reconstitute the Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning. 01/05 (H) Referred To Constitution John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HR 1 Dr. Alton Cobb; commend the life and legacy upon his passing. 01/05 (H) Referred To Rules Thomas U. Reynolds
 
HR 2 Jackson State University; commend upon winning 2021 SWAC Championship. 01/05 (H) Referred To Rules Alyce G. Clarke
 
HR 3 Head Coach Deion Sanders; commend upon being named the 2021 SWAC Coach of the Year. 01/19 (H) Title Suff Adopted As Amended Christopher Bell
 
HR 4 Jackson State University; commend upon winning 2021 SWAC Championship. 01/19 (H) Title Suff Do Be Adopted Christopher Bell
 
HB 444 Mississippi State Song Study Committee; create. 01/05 (H) Referred To Tourism Ronnie C. Crudup
 
HB 445 Property and casualty insurance; require blighted real property to be cleaned up before insurer pays insured more than one-fourth of damages. 01/05 (H) Referred To Insurance Ronnie C. Crudup
 
HB 446 Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize issuance to supporters of Mississippi Main Street Association. 01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Donnie Scoggin
 
HB 447 Occupational licenses; revise reciprocity requirements for. 01/05 (H) Referred To Workforce Development Becky Currie
 
HB 448 E-verify program; transfer responsibility of administering to the Commission of Agriculture and Commerce. 01/05 (H) Referred To Workforce Development Becky Currie
 
HB 449 State Parks; provide funding from net proceeds of the Mississippi Lottery Corporation. 01/05 (H) Referred To Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks;Appropriations Becky Currie
 
HB 450 Autopsies; require to include inquiry about whether death was result of seizure or epilepsy. 01/05 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Becky Currie
 
HB 451 Nonadmitted policy fee; delete repealer on. 01/05 (H) Referred To Insurance Henry Zuber III
 
HB 452 Health insurance; revise mandated coverage for telemedicine services. 01/05 (H) Referred To Insurance Kevin Ford
 
HB 453 Mississippi Tourism Recovery Fund - Round 2; create. 01/05 (H) Referred To Tourism Becky Currie
 
HB 454 Medicaid; increase reimbursement rate for providers of assisted living services. 01/05 (H) Referred To Medicaid;Appropriations Becky Currie
 
HB 455 Retirement; create separate system for state and local law enforcement officers and firefighters. 01/05 (H) Referred To Appropriations Gene Newman
 
HB 456 Motor vehicles; require certain new to be equipped with alert to operator to check rear designated seat when engine stops. 01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Ronnie C. Crudup
 
HB 457 School Resource Officers; revise MCOPS grant program to require attendance at any accredited law enforcement academy. 01/05 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Jay McKnight
 
HB 458 Mississippi Rare Disease Advisory Council; create at UMMC. 01/05 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Appropriations Jay McKnight
 
HB 459 Cyberstalking; revise to include certain kinds of social media communications. 01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B John W. Hines, Sr.
 
HB 460 Community mental health centers; provide that health insurers may not deny the right to participate as a contract provider. 01/05 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Becky Currie
 
HB 461 Election Integrity Assurance Committee; authorize to conduct primary elections under certain circumstances and prohibit from receiving any compensation. 01/05 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Edward Blackmon, Jr.
 
HB 462 Health insurance; require certain policies to provide coverage for physician-prescribed proton beam therapy. 01/05 (H) Referred To Insurance Becky Currie
 
HB 463 Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; reauthorize issuance to supporters of Callaway High School. 01/06 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Rob Roberson
 
HB 464 "College Sticker Price Act of 2022"; enact to provide students and families certain program and cost information. 01/06 (H) Referred To Workforce Development Donnie Bell
 
HB 465 Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; reauthorize issuance to supporters of the MIND Center at UMMC. 01/06 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Rob Roberson
 
HB 466 Income tax; extend repealer on jobs tax credit for certain water transportation enterprises. 01/06 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Rob Roberson
 
HB 467 Income tax; extend repealer on tax credit for certain charges for using certain port and airport facilities. 01/06 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Rob Roberson
 
HB 468 Distinctive motor vehicle license tags; reauthorize issuance to supporters of certain out-of-state universities. 01/06 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Rob Roberson
 
HB 469 Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; reauthorize issuance to supporters of Children's Advocacy Centers of Mississippi. 01/06 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Rob Roberson
 
HB 470 Sales tax; extend repealer on exemption of certain sales to Toughest Kids Foundation for Camp Kamassa in Copiah County. 01/06 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Rob Roberson
 
HB 471 Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize issuance to supporters of South Jones Touchdown Club. 01/06 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Donnie Scoggin
 
HB 472 Income tax; extend repealer on credit for certain costs paid by a company in relocating national or regional headquarters to Mississippi. 01/06 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Rob Roberson
 
HB 473 State Bond Commission; extend reverter on statute prescribing powers and duties of. 01/06 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Rob Roberson
 
HB 474 Mississippi Health Care Industry Zone Act; extend repealers on act and related tax incentives. 01/06 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Rob Roberson
 
HB 475 IHL Board; extend repealer on authority to oversee certain construction projects funded by state general obligation bonds. 01/06 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges Rob Roberson
 
HB 476 Departments of Human Services and Child Protection Services; extend repealer on exemption from certain Procurement Review Board Requirements. 01/06 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Rob Roberson
 
HB 477 Mississippi Qualified Health Center Grant Program; extend expiration date for Department of Health to make physician grants. 01/06 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Rob Roberson
 
HB 478 Mississippi Forestry Commission; extend repealer on authority to hire law enforcement officers to investigate woods arson. 01/06 (H) Referred To Forestry Rob Roberson
 
HB 479 State Institutions of Higher Learning; authorize six-year contracts for teaching staff and administrative employees. 01/06 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations Jill Ford
 
HB 480 Illegal drug transfers; provide enhanced penalty when drug transfer is proximate cause of death. 01/06 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Jill Ford
 
HB 481 Commissioner of Banking and Consumer Finance; extend repealer on authority to join certain examinations with Federal Reserve Bank. 01/06 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services Rob Roberson
 
HB 482 Property Insurance Clarity Act; extend repealer on. 01/06 (H) Referred To Insurance Rob Roberson
 
HB 483 Local Governments Capital Improvements Revolving Loan Fund; extend repealer on MDA authority to use certain funds for expenses. 01/25 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Rob Roberson
 
HB 484 Surplus lines insurance; extend repealer on statute prescribing nonadmitted policy fee for. 01/06 (H) Referred To Insurance Rob Roberson
 
HB 485 Drug crime penalties; revise judicial discretion. 01/20 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Nick Bain
 
HB 486 Adverse possession cases; require losing party to pay court costs and attorney's fees. 01/06 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Randy P. Boyd
 
HB 487 Right to vote; restore to people who committed nonviolent disqualifying crimes upon meeting certain requirements. 01/06 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Constitution Thomas U. Reynolds
 
HB 488 Lottery; clarify liquor stores able to serve as lottery retailers. 01/06 (H) Referred To Gaming Thomas U. Reynolds
 
HB 489 School districts; require teachers and other licensed personnel to be paid on semimonthly basis. 01/06 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Steve Hopkins
 
HB 490 Electric/hybrid vehicle tax; repeal sections of law authorizing. 01/06 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Steve Hopkins
 
HB 491 Voter Identification; clarify that only Mississippi driver's license shall be acceptable license. 01/06 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Steve Hopkins
 
HB 492 Health Care Expendable Fund; extend repealer on. 01/25 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Rob Roberson
 
HB 493 Physical therapists; authorize to perform services without referral from another health care provider. 01/06 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Steve Hopkins
 
HB 494 Exceptional students with significant developmental disabilities and complex communication needs; clarify pathways for receiving educational instruction and training in a UBP. 01/06 (H) Referred To Education Missy McGee
 
HB 495 Scrap metal; revise penalties and suspend license for receipt of stolen property. 01/06 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Becky Currie
 
HB 496 Controlled substances; exclude fentanyl testing materials from definition of "paraphernalia" under. 01/06 (H) Referred To Drug Policy Christopher Bell
 
HB 497 Intentional injury to pregnant woman; revise penalties. 01/06 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Randy P. Boyd
 
HB 498 "Tim Tebow Act"; establish to provide equal access for homeschoolers to participate in public school extracurricular activities. 01/06 (H) Referred To Education Randy P. Boyd
 
HB 499 End-of-course tests; eliminate passing score as graduation requirement and exempt from accountability ratings for four years. 01/06 (H) Referred To Education Randy P. Boyd
 
HB 500 Mineral interest; revise procedure for payment of taxes. 01/06 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Randy P. Boyd
 
HB 501 Mineral interests; revert to surface owner after certain period of time. 01/06 (H) Referred To Judiciary A;Energy Randy P. Boyd
 
HB 502 School board purchasing agent; increase amount of required surety bond. 01/20 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Randy P. Boyd
 
HB 503 Memorial intersection; designate Exit 90 on Interstate 22 in Lee County as the "Sheriff Harold Ray Presley Memorial Intersection." 01/20 (H) DR - TSDP: TR To AP Randy P. Boyd
 
HB 504 Memorial highway; designate segment of I-22 in Lee County as the "Korean War Veterans Highway." 01/20 (H) DR - TSDP: TR To AP Randy P. Boyd
 
HB 505 Memorial highway; designate segment of I-22 in Lee County as the "Vietnam Veterans Way." 01/20 (H) DR - TSDP: TR To AP Randy P. Boyd
 
HB 506 Timber products; revise time during which vehicles transporting may operate. 01/06 (H) Referred To Transportation Randy P. Boyd
 
HB 507 Dialysis facilities; nursing homes shall allow to provide mobile services on site to their patients. 01/06 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Randy P. Boyd
 
HB 508 Public schools; require toll-free number for reporting abuse and neglect to be posted in all. 01/06 (H) Referred To Education Randy P. Boyd
 
HB 509 School boards; require itemized report of central office expenditures to be included in notice for increase in ad valorem taxes. 01/06 (H) Referred To Education Randy P. Boyd
 
HB 510 PERS; retiree may not receive retirement allowance while under contract with state agency as consultant or advisor. 01/06 (H) Referred To Appropriations Randy P. Boyd
 
HB 511 Assistant Teacher Forgivable Loan Program; revise to increase financial assistance to those pursuing teacher licensure. 01/06 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Randy P. Boyd
 
HB 512 Alcoholic beverages; remove DOR from being wholesale distributor, authorize issuance of wholesaler's permits. 01/06 (H) Referred To Ways and Means John Thomas "Trey" Lamar
 
HB 513 State and School Employees Health Insurance Plan; extend repealer on requirement that state pay certain amounts toward premiums. 01/06 (H) Referred To Insurance Rob Roberson
 
HB 514 Department of Corrections; extend repealer on drug and alcohol program at Boliver County Regional Facility. 01/24 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Rob Roberson
 
HB 515 Prison Overcrowding Emergency Powers Act; extend repealer on. 01/24 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Rob Roberson
 
HB 516 Mississippi Business Finance Corporation; extend repealer on authority to issue bonds to finance economic development projects. 01/06 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Rob Roberson
 
HB 517 Municipalities; extend repealer on authority to create program addressing delinquent customer water bills. 01/06 (H) Referred To Municipalities Rob Roberson
 
HB 518 Sales tax; exempt sales coins, currency and bullion. 01/06 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Steve Hopkins
 
HB 519 Cell site simulator device; require law enforcement agencies to obtain warrant before using. 01/06 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Steve Hopkins
 
HB 520 Department of Revenue; authorize to create wholesale to retail accountability program. 01/06 (H) Referred To Ways and Means John Thomas "Trey" Lamar
 
HB 521 Mississippi Public Records Act of 1983; exempt certain records of Workers' Compensation Commission from definition of public records. 01/06 (H) Referred To Insurance John Thomas "Trey" Lamar
 
HB 522 Nonpublic schools; authorize those accredited by a regional agency to use criminal background check procedures as used by public schools. 01/06 (H) Referred To Education John Thomas "Trey" Lamar
 
HR 5 House Rules; amend 104A to require all House committees to be live streamed. 01/06 (H) Referred To Rules;Appropriations Steve Hopkins
 
HR 6 Dennis Craig Grisham; honor life upon his passing and express deep sympathy. 01/06 (H) Referred To Rules Jody Steverson
 
SB2002 "Mississippi Grain Producer Indemnity Act"; enact. 01/06 (S) Referred To Agriculture Charles Younger
 
SB2003 Campaign finance reports; to be available on county and municipal websites. 01/06 (S) Referred To Elections;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2004 Public lands; extend repealer on section prescribing who may purchase. 01/06 (S) Referred To Public Property Angela Turner-Ford
 
SB2005 Alteration or renaming of historical monuments, memorials and streets; prohibit and provide sanctions. 01/06 (S) Referred To Public Property Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2006 Columbia Training School property; DFA may transfer portion of to the Marion County Board of Supervisors. 01/06 (S) Referred To Public Property Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2007 Honey; revise definition of for purposes of labeling requirements enforced by the Mississippi Department of Agriculture. 01/06 (S) Referred To Agriculture Tyler McCaughn
 
SB2008 Sales tax; require Department of Revenue certificate for commercial farmers to receive 1.5% sales tax rate. 01/06 (S) Referred To Agriculture;Finance Charles Younger
 
SB2009 Highways; include Old State Highways 6 and 9 in Pontotoc County in the state highway system. 01/06 (S) Referred To Highways and Transportation Kathy L. Chism
 
SB2010 Hunting; allow air guns, air bows and pre-charged pneumatic weapons, and authorize special seasons for CWD sample collection. 01/06 (S) Referred To Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2011 Child abuse or neglect; provide for civil liability false reports of. 01/06 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2012 Mississippi Health Care Cost Transparency Act; enact. 01/06 (S) Referred To Insurance Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2013 Practice of surveying; exclude certain activities from the definition of. 01/06 (S) Referred To Business and Financial Institutions;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2014 MS Public Records Act; prohibit confidentiality of settlement agreement. 01/06 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2015 Youth court records; provide that parents have right to redacted copies. 01/06 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2016 Guardianship; clarify a parent's right to nominate a guardian in TPR proceedings and clarify the fictive kin disposition alternative. 01/06 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2017 Counties; authorize civil debt for cost of cleaning real property. 01/06 (S) Referred To County Affairs;Judiciary, Division A Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2018 MS Department of Banking and Consumer Finance conduct periodic joint-bank examinations; extend repealer. 01/24 (S) Title Suff Do Pass Comm Sub Chris Caughman
 
SB2019 Mississippi Debt Management Services Act; extend repealer. 01/24 (S) Title Suff Do Pass Chris Caughman
 
SB2020 Workers' Compensation; vaccine-related accidents or injuries shall be compensable. 01/06 (S) Referred To Insurance;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2021 Concealed-carry license; 18-year-old with instructor certification qualifies for enhanced. 01/06 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2022 Domestic abuse; allow protection of pets in a protection order. 01/06 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2023 Eminent domain; provide compensation for the loss of a business's goodwill. 01/06 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2024 Travel Insurance Act of 2022; create. 01/20 (S) Title Suff Do Pass Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2025 Local governmental entities; prohibit from requiring a license for certain businesses operated by a minor. 01/06 (S) Referred To Municipalities Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2026 Guardian ad litem fees; failure to pay enforced as any other civil debt. 01/06 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2027 Memorial highways; designate bridge on MS-590 in Covington County for deceased Vietnam veteran Sgt. Joseph Blackwell. 01/06 (S) Referred To Highways and Transportation Joey Fillingane
 
SB2028 Designated bridges; name in honor of Zack Stewart. 01/06 (S) Referred To Highways and Transportation Kathy L. Chism
 
SB2029 Laws that provide for camps for 4-H Club and that provide for the maintenance of herds at state institutions; repeal. 01/06 (S) Referred To Agriculture Charles Younger
 
SB2030 Cleaning private property; revise county procedures used to clean property adjudicated a menace to public health and safety. 01/06 (S) Referred To County Affairs Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2031 Health insurance carriers; require to cap patient cost for prescriptions for insulin drugs. 01/06 (S) Referred To Insurance Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2032 Justice court; revise jurisdictional amount. 01/06 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Robert L. Jackson
 
SB2033 Recipients of Medicaid; extend postpartum coverage up to 12 months. 01/06 (S) Referred To Medicaid Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2034 Intestacy; revise provisions for venue. 01/06 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Tyler McCaughn
 
SB2035 Notaries public; revise maximum fee and residency requirements. 01/06 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Tyler McCaughn
 
SB2036 DA criminal investigators; revise allocation and compensation of. 01/06 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Joey Fillingane
 
SB2037 Genetic information; limit use of in certain insurance policies. 01/06 (S) Referred To Insurance Nicole Boyd
 
SB2038 Municipally owned waterworks; prohibit from charging higher rates to certain customers in another municipality. 01/06 (S) Referred To Municipalities;Energy David Blount
 
SB2039 Real estate appraisal management companies; extend repealer on registration provisions. 01/24 (S) Title Suff Do Pass Chris Caughman
 
SB2040 Railroad right-of-way; unlawful to enter and remain upon without the permission of the owner or operator. 01/06 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Robert L. Jackson
 
SB2041 Suffrage; restore suffrage to Vedo Kyles. 01/06 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Joseph Thomas
 
SB2042 Firearms; clarify that possession of multiple firearms shall subject felon to multiple charges. 01/06 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Tyler McCaughn
 
SB2043 Local school board members; prescribe salary scale based on school district student enrollment. 01/06 (S) Referred To Education Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2044 Shoplifting; provide that second offense within 5 years shall be a felony. 01/06 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2045 Anti-Covid Vaccine Mandate Act; create. 01/06 (S) Referred To Public Health and Welfare;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Joey Fillingane
 
SB2046 Mississippi Pregnant Workers Fairness Act; create. 01/06 (S) Referred To Labor;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Angela Turner-Ford
 
SB2047 Civics Test; require passing score for high school graduates and high school equivalency diploma applicants. 01/06 (S) Referred To Education Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2048 Local school board members; prescribe salary scale based on school district student enrollment. 01/06 (S) Referred To Education Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2049 Vaccinations; disclose information statements upon request and create medical exemption. 01/06 (S) Referred To Public Health and Welfare;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2050 Birth Certificates; require certain information be included. 01/06 (S) Referred To Public Health and Welfare Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2051 Appointments to executive agency boards; to be made from current Mississippi congressional districts. 01/06 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2052 Occupational Licensing Review Commission; may review existing regulations to ensure compliance with state policy. 01/06 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2053 Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Village of Eden for improvement of water and sewer system. 01/06 (S) Referred To Appropriations Joseph Thomas
 
SB2054 Occupational Licensing Review Commission; require supervision of civil actions brought by occupational licensing boards. 01/06 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2055 Sales tax; create diversion to counties. 01/06 (S) Referred To Finance;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2056 Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Funds; FY2023 appropriation to City of Rolling Fork for improvement of water system. 01/06 (S) Referred To Appropriations Joseph Thomas
 
SB2057 Appropriation FY2023; West Central Mississippi Incubator Grant Program. 01/06 (S) Referred To Appropriations Joseph Thomas
 
SB2058 PERS; allow water authorities and MS Rural Water Association to join. 01/06 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Charles Younger
 
SB2059 Counties and municipalities; prohibit surcharge on certain payments by credit or debit cards. 01/06 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Robert L. Jackson
 
SB2060 Appropriation FY 2023; to University of Mississippi Medical Center for fire protection. 01/06 (S) Referred To Appropriations David Blount
 
SB2061 State agencies; transfer MS Athletic Commission and Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission to Secretary of State. 01/06 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Nicole Boyd
 
SB2062 Tobacco tax; define tobacco products to include electronic smoking devices for purposes of 15% excise tax. 01/06 (S) Referred To Finance David Blount
 
SB2063 Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of "qualified resort area" under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law. 01/06 (S) Referred To Finance Tyler McCaughn
 
SB2064 District attorneys; provide for the appointment of part-time legal assistants. 01/06 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Joey Fillingane
 
SB2065 Income tax; exempt individuals 100 years of age and older. 01/06 (S) Referred To Finance Joey Fillingane
 
SB2066 District attorneys; increase annual salaries of. 01/06 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Joey Fillingane
 
SB2067 Child support award; cost of health insurance coverage obtained by noncustodial parent considered in determining. 01/06 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Tyler McCaughn
 
SB2068 State Forestry Commission Law Enforcement Officers; extend repealer on authority to appoint. 01/06 (S) Referred To Forestry Tyler McCaughn
 
SB2069 Bonds; authorize issuance for Phase II of construction of a new headquarters building for the Department of Public Safety. 01/06 (S) Referred To Finance Dean Kirby
 
SB2070 Bonds; authorize issuance for Community Health and Wellness Center, Inc., health care facility renovations in Isola. 01/06 (S) Referred To Finance Joseph Thomas
 
SB2071 Pecan Harvesting Law; revise penalties for violating. 01/06 (S) Referred To Agriculture;Judiciary, Division B Joseph M. Seymour
 
SB2072 Ad valorem taxes; consider annexed business "new enterprise" for purposes of eligibility for certain municipal tax exemptions. 01/06 (S) Referred To Finance Kevin Blackwell
 
SC 501 Commend Philadelphia automobile dealer Bill Griffis for his nomination for the 2022 TIME Dealer of the Year Award. 01/24 (S) Title Suff Do Be Adopted Jenifer B. Branning
 
SC 502 Commend former Mississippi Representative Honorable Fred Banks on his receipt of "2021 Lifetime Achievement Award" by MS BAR. 01/24 (S) Title Suff Do Be Adopted Hillman Terome Frazier
 
SC 503 Mourn the passing of former Senator Joseph Stogner of Sandy Hook, Mississippi, and commend his public and charitable service. 01/24 (S) Title Suff Do Be Adopted Angela Burks Hill
 
SC 504 Commend Columbia High School "Wildcats" Football Team for first State Championship since 1982. 01/24 (S) Title Suff Do Be Adopted Angela Burks Hill
 
SC 505 Recognize legacy of NFL Hall of Fame Running Back Walter Payton and dedication of "Walter Payton Field" in Columbia, Mississippi. 01/24 (S) Title Suff Do Be Adopted Angela Burks Hill
 
SC 506 Commend Mississippi Humanities Council on the occasion of its 50th Anniversary. 01/24 (S) Title Suff Do Be Adopted David Blount
 
SC 507 Extending the deepest sympathy on the passing of former Mississippi First Lady and community activist Elise Winter. 01/24 (S) Title Suff Do Be Adopted David Blount
 
SC 508 Paying tribute to public health career and contributions of respected state health officer and first Medicaid Director Dr. Alton Cobb. 01/24 (S) Title Suff Do Be Adopted David Blount
 
SC 509 Commend State Parole Board Chairman Steven Pickett on the occasion of his retirement. 01/24 (S) Title Suff Do Be Adopted David Blount
 
SC 510 Commend Mississippi "Braves" Baseball Team for winning the Double A South Championship. 01/24 (S) Title Suff Do Be Adopted Dean Kirby
 
SR 1 Senate Rules; amend Rule 65 to provide for removal of members of the Rules Committee. 01/06 (S) Referred To Rules Kevin Blackwell
 
SR 2 Urge U.S. Congress to enact legislation to include airguns and airbows as items taxed under the Pittman-Robertson Act. 01/06 (S) Referred To Rules Kevin Blackwell
 
HB 523 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Forrest County with construction of the Evelyn Gandy Parkway North Extension. 01/07 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Larry Byrd
 
HB 524 Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds for the Emergency Road and Bridge Repair Fund. 01/07 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Larry Byrd
 
HB 525 Sales tax; reduce rate on retail sales of motorcycles. 01/07 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Larry Byrd
 
HB 526 "Equal Opportunity for Students with Special Needs Act"; revise definition of "eligible student" and "eligible school" to include students with a dyslexia diagnosis. 01/07 (H) Referred To Education Larry Byrd
 
HB 527 Annual salaries of county boards of supervisors; revise. 01/24 (H) DR - TSDPCS: CA To AP Larry Byrd
 
HB 528 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Brooklyn Utility Association with water system improvements. 01/07 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Larry Byrd
 
HB 529 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Petal Excel By 5 with construction of a playground. 01/07 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Larry Byrd
 
SB2073 Fleeing or eluding a law enforcement officer; revise offense of. 01/06 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Jeremy England
 
SB2074 Memorial highways; designate segments of I-22 in Lee County as "Korean War Veterans Highway" and "Vietnam Veterans Way." 01/11 (S) Referred To Highways and Transportation Chad McMahan
 
SB2075 Memorial intersection; designate Exit 90 on Interstate 22 in Lee County as the "Sheriff Harold Ray Presley Memorial Intersection." 01/11 (S) Referred To Highways and Transportation Chad McMahan
 
SB2076 Derelict vessel removal procedures; certain public parties may initiate with notifying DMR. 01/11 (S) Referred To Ports and Marine Resources Brice Wiggins
 
SB2077 Mississippi Farms and Families Program; create. 01/11 (S) Referred To Agriculture;Appropriations Charles Younger
 
SB2078 Capitol complex Improvement District; increase DFA's borrowing authority and divert use tax revenue for. 01/11 (S) Referred To Finance David Blount
 
SB2079 State agencies; notify Legislature of proposed rule adoption. 01/11 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2080 Mississippi resident bidder preference; provide 10% preference over vendors located outside of the United States. 01/11 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2081 Appointed state officers; provide for the removal of for certain forms of willful neglect. 01/11 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2082 Ad valorem tax on inventory; phase in exemption for certain small businesses. 01/11 (S) Referred To Finance Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2083 Open meetings; legislative advisory committee members must be invited to stay during executive session. 01/11 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Nicole Boyd
 
SB2084 State General Fund; FY 2023 appropriation to Dept. of Agriculture & Commerce to implement the Farms and Families Program. 01/11 (S) Referred To Appropriations Charles Younger
 
SB2085 Juneteenth Freedom Day; designate June 19 as. 01/11 (S) Referred To Rules Juan Barnett
 
SB2086 District attorney criminal investigators; revise salary of. 01/11 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency;Appropriations Brice Wiggins
 
SB2087 Open meetings law for public bodies; require all official meetings to be broadcast via video livestream applications. 01/11 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency;Judiciary, Division A Nicole Boyd
 
SB2088 Economic interest statements; require local governing authorities to file with Ethics Commission. 01/11 (S) Referred To Ethics;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2089 State Superintendent of Education; provide limitation on salary. 01/11 (S) Referred To Appropriations;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2090 Distinctive motor vehicle license tags; authorize for Mississippi Book Festival. 01/11 (S) Referred To Finance David Blount
 
SB2091 Distinctive motor vehicle license tags; authorize for supporters of lung cancer awareness. 01/11 (S) Referred To Finance Chad McMahan
 
SB2092 Mississippi Development Authority; require periodic PEER review of effectiveness of Tourism Advertising Fund expenditures. 01/25 (S) DR - TSDP: TO To AC Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2093 Bonds; authorize issuance for Local System Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation Fund. 01/11 (S) Referred To Finance Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2094 Appropriation; Rural Fire Truck Fund for additional round of trucks under Acquisition Assistance Program. 01/11 (S) Referred To Appropriations Angela Burks Hill
 
SC 511 Article V Constitutional Convention; provide for selection and authority of commissioners. 01/11 (S) Referred To Rules Angela Burks Hill
 
SC 512 Remember legacy of former POW and Retired Air Force Colonel Carlyle "Smitty" Harris at U.S. Post Office dedication in his honor. 01/11 (S) Referred To Rules Chad McMahan
 
HB 530 The "Strategically Accelerating the Recruitment and Retention of Teachers (START) Act of 2022"; create. 01/20 (S) Referred To Education;Appropriations Richard Bennett
 
HB 531 Mississippi Tax Freedom Act of 2022; create. 01/18 (H) Transmitted To Senate Philip Gunn
 
SB2095 Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act; create. 01/20 (H) Returned For Concurrence Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2096 Rural Fire Truck Acquisition Assistance Program; authorize an additional round for counties and municipalities. 01/11 (S) Referred To Insurance;Appropriations Angela Burks Hill
 
HB 532 Physical therapists; not required to have prior work experience to work at PPEC center. 01/12 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Rob Roberson
 
HB 533 Work release program; extend repealer on authority of Rankin County sheriff to create pilot program for nonviolent confined offenders. 01/12 (H) Referred To Corrections Rob Roberson
 
HB 534 Corrections; extend repealer on intensive supervision program and electronic home detention. 01/24 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Rob Roberson
 
HB 535 Door-to-door solicitors; prohibit from soliciting a residence where a sign is displayed indicating that a resident does not wish to be solicited. 01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Jill Ford
 
HB 536 Appropriation; DPS for funding the Forensics Laboratory and State Medical Examiner. 01/12 (H) Referred To Appropriations Jill Ford
 
HB 537 Children; persons convicted of certain sex offenses not allowed to give health care consent for. 01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Randy P. Boyd
 
HB 538 Adoption procedures; revise home study and residency requirements. 01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Nick Bain
 
HB 539 Case plans for inmates; require ordered alcohol/drug treatment to commence within 90 days of admission. 01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Nick Bain
 
HB 540 Municipal executive committee; revise procedure for filling vacancies of. 01/12 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Edward Blackmon, Jr.
 
HB 541 Municipal primary elections; revise procedure for nominating candidates during when only one candidate qualifies. 01/12 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Edward Blackmon, Jr.
 
HB 542 Medicaid; revise certain provisions regarding managed care providers and payments during appeals. 01/12 (H) Referred To Medicaid Rob Roberson
 
HB 543 Elections; prohibit use of word "re-elect" unless for person who is current incumbent of the office sought. 01/12 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Tracey T. Rosebud
 
HB 544 Probation, post-release supervision and technical violations; revise certain time periods concerning. 01/12 (H) Referred To Corrections Jeffery Harness
 
HB 545 Public defenders; increase compensation for court appointed. 01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Appropriations Jeffery Harness
 
HB 546 State Correctional Facilities Monitoring Unit; establish. 01/12 (H) Referred To Corrections Tracey T. Rosebud
 
SB2097 MS Real Estate Commission; require to establish program using administrative hearing officers. 01/20 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Daniel H. Sparks
 
SB2098 School curriculum; require that schools teach civics and government before completion of twelfth grade. 01/12 (S) Referred To Education Brice Wiggins
 
SB2099 Mississippi Minimum Wage Act; establish. 01/12 (S) Referred To Labor;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Robert L. Jackson
 
SB2100 Death certificates; require medical examiners report COVID 19 as cause of death when applicable. 01/12 (S) Referred To Public Health and Welfare;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Robert L. Jackson
 
SB2101 Schools; require carbon monoxide detectors in all. 01/12 (S) Referred To Education;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Robert L. Jackson
 
SB2102 Education Enhancement Fund; require schools to issue teachers credentials for a digital solution or procurement card. 01/12 (S) Referred To Education Dennis DeBar, Jr.
 
SB2103 School attendance officer; require to attend training for understanding children with disabilities. 01/12 (S) Referred To Education Nicole Boyd
 
SB2104 Habitually disruptive students; require to be evaluated for disability under IDEA after disruptive behavior. 01/12 (S) Referred To Education Nicole Boyd
 
SB2105 School board members; increase pay. 01/12 (S) Referred To Education;Appropriations W. Briggs Hopson III
 
SB2106 School boards; prohibit teaching of divisive concepts or the promotion of division between students based off of race. 01/12 (S) Referred To Education Joey Fillingane
 
SB2107 School vaccinations; authorize exemption upon objection of parent on religious grounds. 01/12 (S) Referred To Public Health and Welfare Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2108 Nurse practitioners; physician assistants and clinical nurse specialists; allow to prescribe home health services. 01/12 (S) Referred To Public Health and Welfare Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2109 Nurse practitioners; authorize to dispense legend drugs to patients. 01/12 (S) Referred To Public Health and Welfare Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2110 Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program; require Department of Human Services to issue photo EBT cards. 01/12 (S) Referred To Public Health and Welfare Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2111 Transgender 21 Act; enact. 01/12 (S) Referred To Public Health and Welfare;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2112 Teacher licenses; allow teachers with international teacher licenses reciprocity. 01/12 (S) Referred To Education David Blount
 
SB2113 Critical Race Theory; prohibit. 01/24 (S) Transmitted To House Michael McLendon
 
SB2114 Mississippi Minimum Wage Act; establish. 01/12 (S) Referred To Labor;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Karl Gibbs
 
SB2115 Podiatric medicine and podiatrists; revise definition of. 01/12 (S) Referred To Public Health and Welfare Kevin Blackwell
 
HB 547 Appropriations; phase in 25% reduction for agencies and departments over ten years. 01/13 (H) Referred To Appropriations Steve Hopkins
 
HB 548 Ad valorem tax; exempt motor homes and trailers. 01/13 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Steve Hopkins
 
HB 549 Public health; repeal criminal penalty provisions for violations of certain statutes, regulations and orders relating to. 01/13 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Steve Hopkins
 
HB 550 Term limits; all elected officials limited to serving only two consecutive terms in office. 01/13 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Steve Hopkins
 
HB 551 Ad valorem taxation; exempt real property. 01/13 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Steve Hopkins
 
HB 552 Statewide testing program; cease all statewide uniform assessments and determine promotion based on cumulative grades. 01/13 (H) Referred To Education Steve Hopkins
 
HB 553 Jobs for Mississippi Graduates, Inc.; establish funding for. 01/13 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Appropriations Kenneth Walker
 
HB 554 Ad valorem tax; revise assessment rate for motor vehicles. 01/13 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Steve Hopkins
 
HB 555 "Mississippi Healthy Food and Families Program"; create. 01/25 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Comm Sub Vince Mangold
 
HB 556 Mississippi congressional districts; reapportion. 01/13 (H) Referred To Rules Robert L. Johnson III
 
HB 557 Radar; authorize sheriff and deputies to use on county roads to enforce speed limits. 01/13 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Transportation Tom Weathersby
 
HB 558 Drug and alcohol treatment; require 30-day minimum in-patient treatment. 01/13 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Billy Adam Calvert
 
HB 559 Interrogations; require to be recorded if crimes of violence. 01/13 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Jeffery Harness
 
HB 560 Youthful Offender Law; enact. 01/13 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Jeffery Harness
 
HB 561 Appellate judges and justices; remove geographical limitation on expense allowance for. 01/13 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Jeffery Harness
 
HB 562 Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of "qualified resort area" under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law. 01/13 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Jeffery Harness
 
HB 563 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Town of Bude with relocation and restoration of the Bude Depot. 01/13 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Jeffery Harness
 
HB 564 Mississippi Prison Education Reform Act of 2022; create. 01/13 (H) Referred To Corrections Jeffery Harness
 
HB 565 Employment of full time legal counsel as a county employee; authorize for Adams County. 01/13 (H) Referred To County Affairs;Appropriations Jeffery Harness
 
HB 566 Habitual offenders; exclude nonviolent offenders. 01/13 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Jeffery Harness
 
HB 567 Radar; delete population threshold for municipal law enforcement to use on public streets of municipality. 01/13 (H) Referred To Transportation;Judiciary B Jeffery Harness
 
HB 568 Statewide assessment program; discontinue all standardized tests except for single test in Grades 3, 8 and 11. 01/13 (H) Referred To Education Jeffery Harness
 
HB 569 Voting rights; restore upon satisfaction of all of the sentencing requirements of a conviction. 01/13 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Constitution Jeffery Harness
 
HB 570 Tuition waiver; provide for certain foster and adopted children and wards of the state to attend college. 01/13 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations Jeffery Harness
 
HB 571 Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol; increase salaries of sworn officers by 3%. 01/13 (H) Referred To Appropriations Jeffery Harness
 
HB 572 Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law; revise definition of "qualified resort area" and allow package retailer's permits. 01/13 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Jeffery Harness
 
HB 573 Mental health screenings and assessments; require in all public schools. 01/13 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Education Tracey T. Rosebud
 
HB 574 Bonds; create small municipalities security cameras and equipment grant program and authorize bonds to provide funds. 01/13 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Tracey T. Rosebud
 
HB 575 Bonds; create pilot program for grants to certain municipalities for security cameras and equipment and authorize bonds to provide funds. 01/13 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Tracey T. Rosebud
 
HB 576 DOC discharge plans; require explanation of disenfranchising crimes and opportunity for certain offenders to register to vote. 01/13 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Tracey T. Rosebud
 
HB 577 Milk products; exempt owners of certain milk producing animals from regulation when used for personal milk consumption. 01/13 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Dan Eubanks
 
HB 578 Mississippi On-Farm Sales and Food Freedom Act; create. 01/13 (H) Referred To Agriculture Dan Eubanks
 
HB 579 Motor vehicle license plates; allow reuse from one vehicle to another vehicle under certain conditions. 01/13 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Dan Eubanks
 
HB 580 Abortion; provide that inducing or performing is unlawful. 01/13 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Dan Eubanks
 
HB 581 Sales tax; exempt certain sales of tangible personal property and services to churches. 01/13 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Dan Eubanks
 
HB 582 Homeschooled students; authorize participation in therapy services available through local school district. 01/13 (H) Referred To Education Dan Eubanks
 
HB 583 Local Taxation and Tax Extension Authority Act; create. 01/13 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Dan Eubanks
 
HB 584 Medicaid; prohibit the making of false claims for payments as well as for benefits. 01/13 (H) Referred To Medicaid Rob Roberson
 
HB 585 Ad valorem tax; exempt property of certain nonprofit corporations. 01/13 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Rob Roberson
 
HB 586 Pilot work release program that authorizes sheriff to assign offenders to while confined in jail; remove repealer on. 01/24 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Comm Sub Gene Newman
 
HB 587 Appropriation; Jackson Public School District building repairs on certain campuses. 01/13 (H) Referred To Appropriations Zakiya Summers
 
HB 588 Mississippi Horse Racing Act of 2022; create. 01/13 (H) Referred To Gaming;Ways and Means Kenneth Walker
 
HC 5 Sanderson Farms; commend upon the celebration of 75th year anniversary. 01/13 (H) Referred To Rules Robin Robinson
 
HC 6 Joint Rules; amend 9A to require all bills with 50 or more cosponsors to be adopted automatically by the committee of House of Origin. 01/13 (H) Referred To Rules Steve Hopkins
 
HC 7 Constitution; amend to provide that during legislative sessions held in even years only appropriations bills shall be considered. 01/13 (H) Referred To Constitution Steve Hopkins
 
HR 7 House Rules; amend to create a new House Rule 77.1 to require discussion of all bills referred to a House committee. 01/13 (H) Referred To Rules Steve Hopkins
 
SB2116 Mississippi Department of Labor; create. 01/13 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2117 Capitol Police; provide that accrued personal, medical and compensatory leave balances shall transfer from DFA to DPS. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations W. Briggs Hopson III
 
SB2118 Officers of the Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol and the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics; revise salaries. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Brice Wiggins
 
SB2119 Southern Growth Policies Agreement; repeal statutes regarding State of Mississippi's adherence to. 01/13 (S) Referred To Economic and Workforce Development John A. Polk
 
SB2120 Department of Public Safety; revise salaries of officers. 01/20 (S) Title Suff Do Pass Comm Sub W. Briggs Hopson III
 
SB2121 Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Alcorn State University to improve water and sewer systems. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Albert Butler
 
SB2122 Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Lorman Waterworks Association for improvement of water system. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Albert Butler
 
SB2123 Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Sisters in Birth nonprofit charitable clinic. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Albert Butler
 
SB2124 Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Thomasville Water Association for improvement of water system. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Chris Caughman
 
SB2125 General Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Alcorn State University to strengthen support of poultry science programs. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Albert Butler
 
SB2126 General Funds; FY2023 appropriation to IHL-Student Financial Aid for the Nursing Forgivable Loan program. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Albert Butler
 
SB2127 Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Alcorn State University to improve fiber optic broadband network. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Albert Butler
 
SB2128 General Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Alcorn State University for STEM-related programs. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Albert Butler
 
SB2129 General Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Alcorn State University to upgrade roadways and sidewalks. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Albert Butler
 
SB2130 General Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Alcorn State university for environmental science program. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Albert Butler
 
SB2131 Appropriation FY 2023; IHL-University of Mississippi Medical Center for Mississippi Rural Physicians Scholarship Program. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Michael McLendon
 
SB2132 Appropriation FY2023; Humphreys County for certain roadway, curb and gutter improvements. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Joseph Thomas
 
SB2133 Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Funds; FY2023 appropriation to the North Hinds Water Association for improvement of water system. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Joseph Thomas
 
SB2134 Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Funds; FY2023 appropriation to the Central Yazoo Water Association for improvement of water system. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Joseph Thomas
 
SB2135 Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Funds; FY2023 appropriation to the Town of Louise for improvement of sewer system. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Joseph Thomas
 
SB2136 Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Piney Woods Water Association to improve water and sewer systems. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Rod Hickman
 
SB2137 Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Porterville Water Association to improve water system. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Rod Hickman
 
SB2138 Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Yazoo City for improvement of water and sewer system. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Joseph Thomas
 
SB2139 State General Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Clay County for renovation of Clay County Courthouse. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Angela Turner-Ford
 
SB2140 State General Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Clay County for road improvements in Supervisor District 2. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Angela Turner-Ford
 
SB2141 General Funds; FY 2023 appropriation to Department of Health for MAGnet Community Health Disparity Program. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Robert L. Jackson
 
SB2142 State General Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Lowndes County for capital improvements in Supervisor District 5. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Angela Turner-Ford
 
SB2143 Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Funds; FY2023 appropriation to the Black Bayou Water Association for improvement of water system. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Joseph Thomas
 
SB2144 Capital Expense Fund; FY2023 appropriation to Jackson State University for renovation of university cafeteria. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2145 General Funds; FY2023 appropriation to the Town of Rosedale for street repairs. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2146 General Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Washington County for street repairs in Supervisor District 5. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2147 General Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Washington County for street repairs in Supervisor District 4. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2148 General Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Town of Friars Point for street repairs. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2149 General Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Town of Coahoma for street repairs. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2150 General Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Washington County for street repairs in Supervisor District 2. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2151 General Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Washington County for street repairs in Supervisor District 3. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2152 General Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Leland Public School District for improvements to its Early Head Start Facility. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2153 State employee salaries; direct State Personnel Board to implement across-the-board increase. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2154 Town of Monticello; authorize tourism tax on restaurants, hotels and motels. 01/13 (S) Referred To Local and Private;Finance Jason T Barrett
 
SB2155 City of Laurel; authorize tax on hotels and motels to promote tourism. 01/13 (S) Referred To Local and Private;Finance Juan Barnett
 
SB2156 Mississippi Industries for the Blind; define authority to enter into agreements with public or private entities. 01/13 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Nicole Boyd
 
SB2157 MS Industries for the Blind; authorize to enter into contracts and agree to certain terms and conditions when in its best interest. 01/13 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Nicole Boyd
 
SB2158 Mississippi Groundwater Protection Trust Fund; authorize payment of administrative costs. 01/13 (S) Referred To Environment Prot, Cons and Water Res;Appropriations Tyler McCaughn
 
SB2159 Mississippi Flexible Tax Incentive Act; create. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance;Economic and Workforce Development David Parker
 
SB2160 Appropriation FY2023; replacement of Satartia Holly Bluff Bridge over Lake George in Yazoo County. 01/13 (S) Referred To Appropriations Joseph Thomas
 
SB2161 Disposal of certain municipal records after 20 years; authorize. 01/13 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency David Parker
 
SB2162 Regulatory Reduction Program; require certain pilot agencies to implement. 01/13 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2163 Public Procurement Review Board; extend repealer on exemption for DHS and CPS. 01/13 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency John A. Polk
 
SB2164 Department of Tourism; create. 01/13 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Mike Thompson
 
SB2165 State agencies; prohibit travel to any state, county or municipality that has banned employee travel to Mississippi. 01/13 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency John A. Polk
 
SB2166 Sheriffs; increase annual salaries of. 01/13 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency;Appropriations Jason T Barrett
 
SB2167 MS Public Records Act; exempt certain private information of federal law enforcement officers conducting an operation in this state. 01/13 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Jeremy England
 
SB2168 Highways; require four-laning of portions of Highway 6 in Coahoma, Panola and Quitman Counties. 01/13 (S) Referred To Highways and Transportation;Appropriations Robert L. Jackson
 
SB2170 Immunization; require hospitals to offer immunization against the influenza virus to all inpatients 50 or older prior to discharge. 01/13 (S) Referred To Public Health and Welfare Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2171 "Critical race theory"; prohibit teaching of and expenditure of public funds for. 01/13 (S) Referred To Education Chris McDaniel
 
SB2172 Discrimination or affirmative action programs; prohibit in State of Mississippi. 01/13 (S) Referred To Education Chris McDaniel
 
SB2173 Mississippi Rural Physicians Scholarship Residency Program; include emergency medicine students. 01/13 (S) Referred To Public Health and Welfare;Appropriations Michael McLendon
 
SB2174 Health Care Certificate of Need Law; repeal. 01/13 (S) Referred To Public Health and Welfare;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2175 Child Protection Services social worker interviews with parents or children; require video and audio recordings. 01/13 (S) Referred To Public Health and Welfare Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2176 IHL; must allocate funding for nonresident students to student financial aid programs. 01/13 (S) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations John A. Polk
 
SB2177 School attendance location of students; allow students to transfer to other school districts subject to availability and approval. 01/13 (S) Referred To Education Chris Johnson
 
SB2178 Advanced practice registered nurses; revise certain provisions relating to, including collaboration requirement. 01/13 (S) Referred To Public Health and Welfare Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2179 Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Interstate Compact; create. 01/13 (S) Referred To Public Health and Welfare Nicole Boyd
 
SB2180 Protection of free speech and association at public universities; withhold state funds for unconstitutional policy. 01/13 (S) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2181 State funded schools; may participate in extracurricular activities against non accredited and nonpublic schools. 01/13 (S) Referred To Education Chris Johnson
 
SB2182 Community schools planning grant program; establish fund. 01/13 (S) Referred To Education Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2183 Marijuana; legalize. 01/13 (S) Referred To Public Health and Welfare Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2184 Temporary day workers; protect labor and employment rights of. 01/13 (S) Referred To Labor;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2185 State Workplace Safety and Health Office; establish under State Board of Health. 01/13 (S) Referred To Labor;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2186 Salary of State Superintendent of Education; shall not exceed salary of the Governor. 01/13 (S) Referred To Education;Appropriations Chris McDaniel
 
SB2187 Sales tax; exempt sales of groceries. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2188 Driver's license fees; waive for applicants in MDCPS custody. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Derrick T. Simmons
 
HB 589 The Sexual Assault Response for College Students Act; create. 01/13 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Angela Cockerham
 
HB 590 Charitable solicitations; revise provisions relating to notice, demand and service of process. 01/25 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Angela Cockerham
 
HB 591 Community schools; authorize implementation under the administration of a District Innovation. 01/13 (H) Referred To Education Angela Cockerham
 
HB 592 Child support; suspend for incarcerated persons under certain conditions. 01/13 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Angela Cockerham
 
HB 593 Mississippi Access to Care Act; create. 01/13 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Dana Criswell
 
HB 594 Local and private bills proposing to extend local tax for second time; require direct referendum. 01/13 (H) Referred To Local and Private Legislation Dana Criswell
 
HB 595 Firearms Protection Act; create. 01/13 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Dana Criswell
 
HB 596 Appeal from judgment by a county or municipal authority; revise standard of construction for determining constitutionality. 01/13 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Dana Criswell
 
HB 597 Stun gun; remove the term from the prohibited firearms category. 01/13 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Dana Criswell
 
HB 598 Seizure and forfeiture; require conviction and establish in relation to certain criminal offenses. 01/13 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Dana Criswell
 
HB 599 MS Accountability and Transparency Act; revise to include certain counties and municipalities. 01/20 (H) Title Suff Do Pass As Amended Dana Criswell
 
HB 600 Seizure and forfeiture; prohibit waiver of forfeiture and revise standard of proof. 01/13 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Dana Criswell
 
HB 601 Medicaid; eligible pregnant women remain eligible for maternal care services for 12 months after end of pregnancy. 01/13 (H) Referred To Medicaid Rob Roberson
 
HB 602 Medicaid; restrict frequency of managed care organizations transferring enrollees to other organizations. 01/13 (H) Referred To Medicaid Rob Roberson
 
HB 603 Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize issuance to supporters of Starkville Academy athletics. 01/13 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Rob Roberson
 
HB 604 DUI suspension; clarify how the 120 days are counted. 01/13 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Rob Roberson
 
HB 605 Indecent assault; create the crime of and provide penalties. 01/13 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Thomas U. Reynolds
 
HB 606 Mississippi Outdoor Stewardship Trust Fund; create. 01/13 (H) Referred To Ways and Means John Thomas "Trey" Lamar
 
HB 607 First-degree murder; include unlawful distribution of controlled substances, when the distribution is proximate cause of death. 01/20 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Comm Sub John Thomas "Trey" Lamar
 
HB 608 No-knock warrants; prohibit issuance of. 01/13 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Zakiya Summers
 
HB 609 Law Enforcement Supplemental Pay Program; create. 01/13 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Appropriations Jeffery Harness
 
HB 610 Mobile homes; give owner of one year to redeem the property after sold for taxes. 01/13 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Kenneth Walker
 
HB 611 Corporations and limited liability companies; authorize notice from Secretary of State to be served by electronic mail. 01/25 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Clay Deweese
 
HB 612 State Health Officer; require certain orders issued by to be approved by the Governor. 01/13 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Dan Eubanks
 
HB 613 The Combating Violence, Disorder and Looting and Law Enforcement Protection Act of Mississippi; create. 01/13 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Billy Adam Calvert
 
HB 614 Casino winnings; provide procedures for intercept of child support arrearages. 01/13 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Lee Yancey
 
HB 615 Statutory rape and sexual assault; revise penalties. 01/13 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Jill Ford
 
HC 8 Mississippi State University Bulldogs Baseball Team; commend for winning the 2021 NCAA Baseball National Championship. 01/24 (S) Title Suff Do Be Adopted Rob Roberson
 
HC 9 Article V Convention; provide for selection and authority of commissioners. 01/13 (H) Referred To Rules Dan Eubanks
 
SB2189 Bonds; create a rural counties and municipalities emergency infrastructure loan program and authorize issuance of bonds. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2190 Municipal ad valorem taxes; exempt real property and motor vehicles in an annexed area for 12 months after annexation. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Michael McLendon
 
SB2191 Sales tax; remove tax on wholesale sales of beer. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Chris Johnson
 
SB2192 Sales tax; exempt motor vehicle transfers to and from trusts, corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Chris Johnson
 
SB2193 Sales taxation; exempt sales to Head Start programs. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Robert L. Jackson
 
SB2194 Ad valorem tax; exempt property owned by a university foundation. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Albert Butler
 
SB2195 PERS; reduce vesting period for retirement benefits from eight years to four years. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Robert L. Jackson
 
SB2196 Sales taxation; exempt sales to certain community action agencies exempted from federal income taxation. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Robert L. Jackson
 
SB2197 Alcoholic beverages; reduce privilege tax for package retailer's permits for locations in cities with a population of 5,000 or less. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Robert L. Jackson
 
SB2198 Bonds; increase authorized bond amount for emergency response center for Chickasaw Trail Industrial Park in Marshall County. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2199 Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of "qualified resort area" under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Dean Kirby
 
SB2200 Bonds; authorize to assist Serenity on the Bayou in Anguilla renovate and equip building for Emmanuel Community Center. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Joseph Thomas
 
SB2201 Bonds; authorize issuance of general obligation bonds for West Central Mississippi Incubator Grant Program. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Joseph Thomas
 
SB2202 Bonds; authorize issuance of general obligation bonds for improvements to Rolling Fork Civic and Event Center. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Joseph Thomas
 
SB2203 Bonds; authorize issuance of general obligation bonds for repair and renovation of Oakes African American Cultural Center. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Joseph Thomas
 
SB2204 Bonds; authorize issuance for demolition and cleanup of dilapidated structures in downtown Rolling Fork. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Joseph Thomas
 
SB2205 Bonds; authorize issuance of general obligation bonds for repair and renovation of Triangle Cultural Center in Yazoo City. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Joseph Thomas
 
SB2206 Bonds; authorize issuance of to assist Marks, MS, in the construction of a building to house a community center and its city hall. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Robert L. Jackson
 
SB2207 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Tunica County in paying costs of repair and renovation of historic county courthouse. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Robert L. Jackson
 
SB2208 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Tunica County in paying costs of improvements to local roads used by casino customers. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Robert L. Jackson
 
SB2209 Bonds; authorize to assist Clay County in paying costs of repair and renovation of courthouse. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Angela Turner-Ford
 
SB2210 West Central Mississippi Incubator Grant Program; establish with county governments, DFA and local development districts. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Joseph Thomas
 
SB2211 Tax Payer Pay Raise Act; remove phase out of income & franchise tax & remove deduction of federal employment tax. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2212 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Greenville in paying costs of repair and renovation of city parks. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2213 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Rosedale in paying costs of repair and renovation of city park. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2214 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Town of Metcalfe in paying costs of repair and renovation of town park. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2215 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Town of Metcalfe in paying costs of improvements to its water and sewer systems. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2216 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Greenville in paying costs of improvements to its water and sewer systems. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2217 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist in paying costs of construction of Mississippi River Museum in Greenville. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2218 Bonds; authorize issuance for the E.E. Bass Cultural Arts Center in Greenville, Mississippi. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2219 Bonds; authorize to assist Lawrence County in paying costs of pavement maintenance for N.A. Sandifer Highway. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Jason T Barrett
 
SB2220 Bonds; authorize to assist Town of Monticello in paying costs of construction of frontage road and Atwood Water Park bathhouse. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Jason T Barrett
 
SB2221 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Leland in paying costs of repair and renovation of city park. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2222 Bonds; authorize for West Jackson County Utility District construction of new water and sewer infrastructure at I-10 corridor. 01/13 (S) Referred To Finance Jeremy England
 
SB2223 Distinctive motor vehicle license tags; authorize for 2021 National Championship Bulldogs. 01/25 (S) Title Suff Do Pass Josh Harkins
 
SC 513 Commend William (Bill) Bynum CEO of HOPE in Jackson, Mississippi, as recipient of 26th Heinz Award for the Economy. 01/13 (S) Referred To Rules Robert L. Jackson
 
SC 514 Congratulate MSU 2021 Baseball Team on National Championship. 01/24 (S) Title Suff Do Be Adopted Josh Harkins
 
SC 515 Commend Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium on its 50th Anniversary and recognize its achievements. 01/13 (S) Referred To Rules Joseph M. Seymour
 
SC 516 Recognize March 2022 as "Kidney Disease Awareness Month." 01/13 (S) Referred To Rules Dean Kirby
 
SC 517 Extend sympathy of Legislature to surviving family of former Mayor, attorney, and blues promoter Bill Luckett of Clarksdale. 01/13 (S) Referred To Rules Robert L. Jackson
 
SR 3 Commend Jackson Prep "Patriots" Baseball Team for winning MAIS 5A State Baseball Championship for 4th consecutive season. 01/13 (S) Referred To Rules Dean Kirby
 
SR 4 Commend Mississippi Insurance Department employee Nancy Cross for 63 years of service. 01/13 (S) Referred To Rules Dean Kirby
 
HB 616 Menaced property; authorize municipalities to secure abandoned or dilapidated buildings on such property. 01/14 (H) Referred To Municipalities Missy McGee
 
HB 617 Municipalities; authorize waiver of liens, under certain circumstances, for costs associated with cleaning menaced property. 01/14 (H) Referred To Municipalities Missy McGee
 
HB 618 Indigenous Peoples' Day; declare second Monday in October as a day of observance. 01/14 (H) Referred To Rules Carolyn Crawford
 
HB 619 Fresh Start Act; revise certain provisions of. 01/14 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Kabir Karriem
 
HB 620 Dept. of Public Safety; revise laws regarding Office of State Medical Examiner, Forensics Laboratory and various other laws. 01/14 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Nick Bain
 
HB 621 Fleeing law enforcement; increase penalties for the crime of. 01/20 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Nick Bain
 
HB 622 Expungement; require the court to do so when charges are dismissed or dropped. 01/14 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Nick Bain
 
HB 623 Drug Intervention Courts; standardize references. 01/14 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Nick Bain
 
HB 624 First Circuit Court District; revise composition of judgeships. 01/14 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Appropriations Nick Bain
 
HB 625 Pilot Work Release Program; expand to give authority to Sheriff of Harrison County to establish. 01/14 (H) Referred To Corrections Kevin Felsher
 
HB 626 Scrap metal; revise valuation of for penalties. 01/14 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Kevin Felsher
 
HB 627 Mississippi Flexible Tax Incentive Act; create. 01/14 (H) Referred To Ways and Means John Thomas "Trey" Lamar
 
HB 628 Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of a new cafeteria at Jackson State University. 01/14 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Angela Cockerham
 
HB 629 Expungement; clarify procedures in all courts. 01/20 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Shanda Yates
 
HB 630 Expungement; clarify for qualified electors. 01/14 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Nick Bain
 
HB 631 School attendance officers; require to receive training on IDEA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. 01/14 (H) Referred To Education Carolyn Crawford
 
HB 632 Corporal punishment; require school districts that allow to adopt a policy allowing parents to opt in. 01/14 (H) Referred To Education Carolyn Crawford
 
HB 633 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Towns of Plantersville and Shannon with certain projects. 01/14 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Rickey Thompson
 
HB 634 Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of a new Highway Safety Patrol Substation in Starkville. 01/14 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Tom Weathersby
 
HB 635 Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; reauthorize issuance to supporters of Jim Hill High School. 01/14 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Zakiya Summers
 
HB 636 Distinctive motor vehicle license tags; reauthorize issuance to supporters of Meridian High School. 01/14 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Charles Young, Jr.
 
HB 637 Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize issuance to supporters of Gautier athletics. 01/14 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Henry Zuber III
 
HC 10 State of the State address of the Governor; call joint session to hear. 01/14 (H) Referred To Rules Rob Roberson
 
HC 11 Lieutenant Toby Johnson; commend for service during Hurricane Ida. 01/14 (H) Referred To Rules Zakiya Summers
 
HC 12 Firefighter Linc Tucker; commend for meritorious service. 01/14 (H) Referred To Rules Zakiya Summers
 
HC 13 Samuel Larry Richey; commend his life upon his passing. 01/24 (H) Title Suff Do Be Adopted Jerry R. Turner
 
HC 14 Vietnam War Veterans; recognize and honor those exposed to Agent Orange. 01/14 (H) Referred To Rules Jody Steverson
 
HC 15 Mr. George Smith; commend his life and legacy upon his passing. 01/14 (H) Referred To Rules Henry Zuber III
 
SB2224 Arrest warrants; authorize electronic signatures. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2225 The Juvenile Offender Parole and Rehabilitation Act; enact. 01/17 (S) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary, Division B Angela Turner-Ford
 
SB2226 Juvenile offenders; provide alternative sentencing and early-release options when convicted of certain crimes. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B;Corrections Angela Turner-Ford
 
SB2227 Justice Court Judges; revise suspension authority consistent with municipal court. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B W. Briggs Hopson III
 
SB2228 Conviction; clarify subsequent offense for certain crimes and post-conviction relief. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B David Jordan
 
SB2229 Chemical endangerment of a child or fetus; criminalize. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Tyler McCaughn
 
SB2230 Wiretaps; authorize sheriffs to use. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Tyler McCaughn
 
SB2231 DNA samples; collected from person arrested for any felony and provide for destruction of samples only upon expungement request. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Brice Wiggins
 
SB2232 Miranda warning; require disclosure in simple language to children. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Joey Fillingane
 
SB2233 "Service Canine Protection Act of 2022"; enact. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2234 Statute of limitations; except sexual battery from. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2235 Terroristic threats; revise elements of. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Joey Fillingane
 
SB2236 Funeral processions; provide right-of-way and authorize law enforcement to escort. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Joey Fillingane
 
SB2237 Sentence suspension; prohibit for crimes involving the exploitation of children. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Joey Fillingane
 
SB2238 Trespass; criminalize offense on property other than a structure or conveyance. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2239 Child Protection Services; require disclosure of reporter in cases of false abuse and neglect reports. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2240 DUI law; revise fourth offense of and require all expunctions to be confidentially registered. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B David Parker
 
SB2241 Marijuana; legalize possession of certain amount. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Angela Turner-Ford
 
SB2242 Nonadjudication; revise courts' authority. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Tyler McCaughn
 
SB2243 Sexual battery; conform statute of limitations to the statute of limitations for rape. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Joey Fillingane
 
SB2244 Juveniles offenders; provide alternative sentencing and parole options. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Joey Fillingane
 
SB2245 Voyeurism; revise sentencing. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Joey Fillingane
 
SB2246 Arrest warrants; authorize issuance for sex offenses against children upon oral testimony. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Joey Fillingane
 
SB2247 Sex offenders; prohibit employment as first responders without DPS approval. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Jason T Barrett
 
SB2248 Controlled substance offenses; revise enhanced penalties. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2249 Simple possession of controlled substances; revise certain. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2250 Youthful offenses; revise when may be tried in circuit court. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2251 Habitual offender; crimes punishable by imprisonment for 5 years or less not considered. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2252 Alienation of affection; abolish cause of action. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Tyler McCaughn
 
SB2253 Habitual offender; crimes committed before 18 years of age not considered. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2254 Habitual offender; revise. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2255 Expunction; reduce waiting period for eligibility. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2256 House burglary; create separate violent and nonviolent offenses. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2257 Youth court; revise transfer to circuit court. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2258 Habitual offender; revise sentencing under. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2259 Violent habitual offender; require jury determination. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2260 DUI; nonadjudication of a first offense for CDL holder who was not operating a commercial vehicle. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2261 Buddy's Law; order psychiatric evaluations for children adjudicated delinquent for abuse of a domesticated dog or cat. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2262 Hand-held mobile telephone; revise use of while driving. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Kelvin E. Butler
 
SB2263 Adult adoptions; authorize chancellor to waive procedural requirements. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Hob Bryan
 
SB2264 DPS; implement uniform reporting standards for jail census data and create a centralized database. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Juan Barnett
 
SB2265 Mississippi Crime Victims' Compensation Act; remove certain limitations. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B;Appropriations David Parker
 
SB2266 Shoplifting; revise jurisdictional amounts and penalties for. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Joey Fillingane
 
SB2267 Expungement; consolidate statutes concerning. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Sollie B. Norwood
 
SB2268 Corrections; create a Corrections Inspection Council to serve in advisory capacity to state officials. 01/17 (S) Referred To Corrections;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2269 Community Service Revolving Fund; extend repealer on authority to collect fees for deposit into. 01/19 (S) Title Suff Do Pass Juan Barnett
 
SB2270 Conditional medical release; revise authority of MDOC. 01/17 (S) Referred To Corrections Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2271 Earned-release supervision; require Parole Board to approve release of offenders. 01/17 (S) Referred To Corrections Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2272 Department of Corrections; extend repealer on drug and alcohol program at Bolivar County Regional Facility. 01/19 (S) Title Suff Do Pass Juan Barnett
 
SB2273 Probation and parole; authorize an offender's employer to submit regular information in lieu of meetings. 01/19 (S) Title Suff Do Pass Comm Sub Juan Barnett
 
SB2274 "Reentry Court Act of 2022"; authorize pilot reentry courts in certain circuit court districts. 01/17 (S) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary, Division B Juan Barnett
 
SB2275 Pilot Work Release Program; extend repealer. 01/19 (S) Title Suff Do Pass Comm Sub Juan Barnett
 
SB2276 State Parole Board; extend repealer on. 01/19 (S) Title Suff Do Pass Juan Barnett
 
SB2277 Prison Overcrowding Emergency Powers Act; extend repealer on. 01/19 (S) Title Suff Do Pass Juan Barnett
 
SB2278 Parole revocation; revise definition of technical violation. 01/17 (S) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary, Division B Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2279 Probation and parole officers; limit number of cases that may be handled. 01/17 (S) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary, Division B Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2280 Corrections; extend repealer on intensive supervision program and electronic home detention. 01/19 (S) DR - TSDP: CR To AC Juan Barnett
 
SB2281 Advanced recycling; decrease plastic waste. 01/17 (S) Referred To Energy Joel R.Carter, Jr.
 
SB2282 Carbon dioxide geologic sequestration; revise laws regarding. 01/17 (S) Referred To Energy Joel R.Carter, Jr.
 
SB2283 Uniform Controlled Substances Act; revise schedules. 01/17 (S) Referred To Drug Policy;Judiciary, Division B David Jordan
 
SB2284 Drug paraphernalia; except testing equipment used to detect fentanyl from definition of. 01/17 (S) Referred To Drug Policy Nicole Boyd
 
SB2285 Marijuana; civil penalty for simple possession of 30 grams or less. 01/17 (S) Referred To Drug Policy;Judiciary, Division B Barbara Blackmon
 
SB2286 Controlled substances; provide enhanced penalties for possession and distribution of. 01/17 (S) Referred To Drug Policy;Judiciary, Division B David Jordan
 
SB2287 Early voting; authorize up to 10 days prior to any election. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections Angela Turner-Ford
 
SB2288 Voting; require printed record of each vote. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2289 Voter registration; applicants must submit documentation proving U.S. citizenship. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections;Constitution Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2290 Civil rights; restore all to a person who has paid his or her debt to society. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections;Constitution David Jordan
 
SB2291 Nonpartisan elections; require for offices of chancery clerk, circuit clerk, tax assessor, tax collector, surveyor and coroner. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections Dennis DeBar, Jr.
 
SB2293 Mississippi Voter Identification Cards; delete references to constitutional amendment. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections Joel R.Carter, Jr.
 
SB2294 Suffrage; provide for restoration upon completion of sentence or placement on probation. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections;Constitution Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2295 Early voting; authorize up to 20 days before any election. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2296 "Fair Access to Elections Act"; enact certain requirements regarding the conduct of elections. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Chris McDaniel
 
SB2297 Municipal clerk; authorize to certify the results of a municipal election under certain circumstances. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Barbara Blackmon
 
SB2298 Municipal election officials; prohibit removal of except where good cause shown. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections Barbara Blackmon
 
SB2299 Municipal executive committee; prohibit members of from campaigning for candidates on the municipal primary election ballot. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections Barbara Blackmon
 
SB2300 Election Integrity Assurance Committee; may conduct primary elections under certain circumstances without compensation. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections Barbara Blackmon
 
SB2301 Online voter registration; implement. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections Barbara Blackmon
 
SB2302 Early voting; authorize up to 21 days before any election. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections Barbara Blackmon
 
SB2303 Municipal executive committees; require county executive committee to appoint. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections Lydia Graves Chassaniol
 
SB2304 Elections; authorize online voter registration and preelection day voting. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections David Blount
 
SB2305 Mississippi Recall Act of 2022; enact. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections Jeremy England
 
SB2306 Campaign finance reports; amend provisions relating to. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections Jeff Tate
 
SB2307 Juries; prohibit peremptory challenges based on certain factors. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2308 Landlord-tenant law; revise. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2309 Jurors; expand pool to citizens with driver's license who have filed state income taxes. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2310 Mississippi Civil Rights Act; enact. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2311 Occupational license; revise judicial review related to suspension of. 01/17 (S) Referred To Business and Financial Institutions;Judiciary, Division A Barbara Blackmon
 
SB2312 Committee to Study Veteran Homelessness, Unemployment, PTSD and Human Services; make an annual report to the Legislature. 01/17 (S) Referred To Veterans and Military Affairs;Public Health and Welfare Barbara Blackmon
 
SB2313 Medicaid reimbursement; authorize for substance abuse and mental health services for pregnant and postpartum women. 01/17 (S) Referred To Medicaid;Appropriations Barbara Blackmon
 
SB2314 Medicaid reimbursement; extend for community-based home-visitation and pregnancy support services. 01/17 (S) Referred To Medicaid;Appropriations Barbara Blackmon
 
SB2315 Medicaid; expand eligibility to include individuals entitled to benefits under federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. 01/17 (S) Referred To Medicaid;Appropriations Barbara Blackmon
 
SB2316 Medicaid eligibility; provide coverage Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly. 01/17 (S) Referred To Medicaid;Appropriations Barbara Blackmon
 
SB2317 Division of Medicaid; apply for necessary waivers to eliminate waiting period services. 01/17 (S) Referred To Medicaid Barbara Blackmon
 
SB2318 Municipal courts; suspension of sentence for certain veterans receiving treatment. 01/17 (S) Referred To Veterans and Military Affairs;Judiciary, Division B David Jordan
 
SB2319 Child support; authorize DHS to satisfy arrearages with unclaimed property. 01/25 (S) Title Suff Do Pass J. Walter Michel
 
SB2320 Statewide county court system; create. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A;Appropriations Brice Wiggins
 
SB2321 Human trafficking; create civil cause of action for engaging in or benefitting from. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Tyler McCaughn
 
SB2322 Court reporters; require to provide transcript upon request of the court under certain circumstances. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A;Judiciary, Division B Chris McDaniel
 
SB2323 Open meetings; revise accessibility to information on meeting times, agenda and minutes. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Sollie B. Norwood
 
SB2324 Health insurance; Commissioner of Insurance must approve rate filings containing an increase in premiums. 01/17 (S) Referred To Insurance Sollie B. Norwood
 
SB2325 Court reporters; require to provide transcript upon request of the court under certain circumstances. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Joey Fillingane
 
SB2326 Mississippi Insurance E-Commerce Act; create. 01/20 (S) Title Suff Do Pass J. Walter Michel
 
SB2327 Local government; prohibit ordinances authorizing camping on public property and sidewalks. 01/17 (S) Referred To Public Property;Judiciary, Division A Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2328 Mississippi Companion Animal Abuser Registry Act; enact. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2329 Paternity; clarify circumstances when putative father cannot contest. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Angela Turner-Ford
 
SB2330 Mississippi Consumer Data Privacy Act; enact. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Angela Turner-Ford
 
SB2331 Medicaid; expand eligibility to include individuals entitled to benefits under federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. 01/17 (S) Referred To Medicaid;Appropriations Angela Turner-Ford
 
SB2332 Birth certificate; adoptee may obtain certified copy of original after age 21. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2333 Youth court; prohibit intake based solely on the opinion of a medical professional on contract with DHS or CPS. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2334 Nonprofit medical clinic; require financial statement filed with Secretary of State. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A;Business and Financial Institutions Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2335 State Fire Academy; remove limitation on the number of Emergency Medical Responder students trained per year. 01/20 (S) Title Suff Do Pass J. Walter Michel
 
SB2336 State and School Employees Health Insurance Management Board; extend repealer on premium payment authority. 01/25 (S) Title Suff Do Pass J. Walter Michel
 
SB2337 District attorneys; revise number of additional legal assistants authorized. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A;Appropriations Joey Fillingane
 
SB2338 DHS Fraud Investigation Unit; require to report certain suspected civil or criminal violation to the State Auditor. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Brice Wiggins
 
SB2339 Health insurance policies; require coverage for hearing aids and services for children under 21. 01/17 (S) Referred To Insurance Kathy L. Chism
 
SB2340 Medicaid Upper Payment Limits Program; provide payments to emergency ambulance transportation providers. 01/17 (S) Referred To Medicaid Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2341 Child support; create presumption that support continues past the age of majority for a disabled child. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A David Parker
 
SB2342 State Veterans Homes; require informed consent by residents prior to administering vaccinations. 01/17 (S) Referred To Veterans and Military Affairs;Public Health and Welfare Joseph M. Seymour
 
SB2343 Suffrage; restore to any person disqualified by reason of criminal conviction upon completion of sentence. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A David Blount
 
SB2344 Charitable solicitation; revise reporting period. 01/17 (S) Referred To Business and Financial Institutions;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Robert L. Jackson
 
SB2345 Medicaid program; revise reimbursement for telehealth services for community health centers. 01/17 (S) Referred To Medicaid Robert L. Jackson
 
SB2346 Towing; limit charges. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Robert L. Jackson
 
SB2348 Wrongful conviction; increase compensation award. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A;Appropriations Robert L. Jackson
 
SB2349 State Veterans Home in Collins; name courtyard in honor of Chaplain James Carroll Sanford and Veterans Outreach Program. 01/17 (S) Referred To Veterans and Military Affairs Joseph M. Seymour
 
SB2350 Certificate of Foreign Birth; allow issuance by Bureau of Vital Statistics. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A;Public Health and Welfare Chris Caughman
 
SB2351 Chancery court; provide additional chancellor for 15th Chancery Court District. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A;Appropriations Jason T Barrett
 
SB2352 State Health Insurance Plan; provide benefits to surviving spouse/dependent of law enforcement officer killed in the line of duty. 01/17 (S) Referred To Insurance;Appropriations John A. Polk
 
SB2353 State enforcement of federal regulations; require specific authorization by the Legislature. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Chris McDaniel
 
SB2354 Public Defenders Education Fund; establish education and training cost. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A;Appropriations Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2355 Firearms; prohibit state cooperation with federal effort to ban. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B;Judiciary, Division A Chris McDaniel
 
SB2356 The Real You Act of 2022; enact. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A Chad McMahan
 
SB2357 Volunteer firefighters; allow local governments to pay certain expenses for injury, illness and insurance. 01/20 (S) Title Suff Do Pass J. Walter Michel
 
SB2358 Candidate filing fees; authorize parties to determine. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections Lydia Graves Chassaniol
 
SB2359 Absentee voting; authorize every qualified elector. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections Derrick T. Simmons
 
HB 638 Department of Corrections; require implementation of an Extended Family Visitation Program for eligible offenders. 01/17 (H) Referred To Corrections Earle S. Banks
 
HB 639 Drag racing; provide vehicle in violation shall be subject to forfeiture. 01/17 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Earle S. Banks
 
HB 640 Crimes; create for unauthorized use of minor's name and social security number as dependent on income tax return. 01/17 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Earle S. Banks
 
HB 641 Law enforcement; require pursuit policy of alleged crime perpetrator. 01/17 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Earle S. Banks
 
HB 642 Civil Legal Assistance Fund; specify funding to from certain sources. 01/17 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Percy W. Watson
 
HB 643 Uninsured motorist coverage; provide that limits will be equal to liability coverage unless insured selects otherwise. 01/17 (H) Referred To Insurance Percy W. Watson
 
HB 644 Uninsured motorist coverage; provide that coverage is mandatory in every automobile liability insurance policy. 01/17 (H) Referred To Insurance Percy W. Watson
 
HB 645 Mattresses; require seller to give notice when previously owned. 01/17 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Stacey Hobgood-Wilkes
 
HB 646 Secure Voting Act; create. 01/17 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Stacey Hobgood-Wilkes
 
HB 647 Teacher and administrator license; deny or revoke for those who physically abuse a student. 01/17 (H) Referred To Education Carolyn Crawford
 
HB 648 State park fee; authorize MDWFP to provide discount to senior citizens age 65 and older. 01/17 (H) Referred To Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks;Appropriations Carolyn Crawford
 
HB 649 Video surveillance cameras; require in certain areas of school facilities for protection of exceptional children. 01/17 (H) Referred To Education Carolyn Crawford
 
HB 650 Absentee ballots; revise notary requirements for students enrolled in a college, university or community or junior college. 01/17 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Debra Gibbs
 
HB 651 Compulsory School Attendance Law; rename as the "Kindergarten Increases Diplomas (KIDs) Act," and lower compulsory age to five years. 01/17 (H) Referred To Education Debra Gibbs
 
HB 652 Nonlicensed teachers; authorize local school districts to employ certain number to fill core subject area positions. 01/17 (H) Referred To Education Debra Gibbs
 
HB 653 National Board Certified teachers; include those employed in Hinds County as eligible for additional supplement. 01/17 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Debra Gibbs
 
HB 654 Online voter registration; authorize for first-time registrants. 01/17 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Debra Gibbs
 
HB 655 Auto insurance; not invalidated by intentional acts of insured. 01/17 (H) Referred To Insurance Joey Hood
 
HB 656 Mississippi Gospel Music Trail; authorize MDA Division of Tourism to establish program and historical markers for. 01/17 (H) Referred To Tourism Joey Hood
 
HB 657 Medicaid; bring forward sections of law for purposes of amendment. 01/17 (H) Referred To Medicaid Joey Hood
 
HB 658 Medicaid; bring forward services and managed care provisions. 01/17 (H) Referred To Medicaid Joey Hood
 
HB 659 Medicaid Access and Opportunity Act of 2022; create. 01/17 (H) Referred To Medicaid Joey Hood
 
HB 660 Gulf Coast Restoration Fund; limitation on assistance for any one project not applicable to certain public entities. 01/17 (H) Referred To Appropriations Manly Barton
 
HB 661 Hotel construction projects; authorize sales tax incentive for. 01/17 (H) Referred To Ways and Means William Tracy Arnold
 
HB 662 Tianeptine; add to Schedule II list of controlled substances. 01/17 (H) Referred To Drug Policy William Tracy Arnold
 
HB 663 Kratom; include in Schedule I of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act. 01/17 (H) Referred To Drug Policy William Tracy Arnold
 
HB 664 Teacher licensure; authorize issuance to certain individuals with foreign certification on reciprocity with documentation. 01/17 (H) Referred To Education Debra Gibbs
 
HB 665 Commission on Status of Women; require that all vacancies be filled and meeting held by July 1, 2022. 01/17 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Debra Gibbs
 
HB 666 Commission on Status of Women; require that all vacancies be filled and meeting held by July 1, 2022. 01/17 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Debra Gibbs
 
HB 667 Active shooter training; require school district employees to attend every three years. 01/17 (H) Referred To Education Debra Gibbs
 
HB 668 Right to vote; restore automatically once a person has completed all sentencing requirements. 01/17 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Constitution Debra Gibbs
 
HB 669 State employees; provide for across-the-board increase in annual compensation for those with annual salary under $30,000.00. 01/17 (H) Referred To Appropriations Debra Gibbs
 
HB 670 Mental health support for educators; provide services and training for. 01/17 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Debra Gibbs
 
HB 671 Teachers' and teacher assistants' salaries; provide increase to minimum base pay. 01/17 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Debra Gibbs
 
HB 672 Sexual assault kit; regulate processing of. 01/17 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Angela Cockerham
 
HB 673 State Board of Medical Licensure; revise composition of to include consumer members. 01/17 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Angela Cockerham
 
HB 674 Medical Practice Act; revise various provisions of. 01/17 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Angela Cockerham
 
HB 675 Gold star Children's Day; designate August 1 of each year as. 01/17 (H) Referred To Rules Lester Carpenter
 
HB 676 Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of new Mississippi State Veterans Home in Jackson metropolitan area. 01/17 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Lester Carpenter
 
HB 677 County veteran service officers; revise certain provisions regarding certification. 01/25 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Lester Carpenter
 
HB 678 Mississippi Access to Care Act; create. 01/17 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Lee Yancey
 
HB 679 Mississippi Pill Press Act of 2022; create. 01/20 (H) Title Suff Do Pass As Amended Lee Yancey
 
HB 680 Social security numbers; require counties to take steps to prevent the inadvertent disclosure of. 01/17 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Lee Yancey
 
HB 681 Kratom; include in Schedule I controlled substances list. 01/17 (H) Referred To Drug Policy Lee Yancey
 
HB 682 Pharmacists; authorize to test for and treat certain minor, nonchronic health conditions subject to certain requirements. 01/17 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Lee Yancey
 
HB 683 State Parole Board; extend repealer on. 01/24 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Rob Roberson
 
HB 684 Small Business and Grocer Investment Act; extend repealer on. 01/17 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Rob Roberson
 
HB 685 Energy Academy Act; extend repealer on authority of Vicksburg-Warren and Claiborne County school boards to partner with nuclear facility. 01/17 (H) Referred To Education Rob Roberson
 
HB 686 Appraisal Management Companies; extend repealer on registration requirements under Mississippi Appraisal Company Act. 01/17 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services Rob Roberson
 
HB 687 Mississippi Debt Management Services Act; extend repealer on. 01/17 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services Rob Roberson
 
HB 688 Public lands; extend repealer on statute prohibiting corporations and nonresident aliens from purchasing. 01/17 (H) Referred To Public Property Rob Roberson
 
HB 689 Community Service Revolving Fund; extend repealer on authority to collect fees from paroled offenders for deposit into. 01/17 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Rob Roberson
 
HB 690 Architects; revise licensing laws to authorize multi-disciplinary firms with landscape architects. 01/17 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Samuel Creekmore IV
 
HB 691 Tablet press machines; regulate and require registration of. 01/17 (H) Referred To Drug Policy;Judiciary B Samuel Creekmore IV
 
HB 692 Municipalities and counties trails program; create and authorize issuance of bonds to provide funds for. 01/17 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Samuel Creekmore IV
 
HB 693 Health insurance; provide that mental illness coverage includes substance abuse. 01/17 (H) Referred To Insurance Samuel Creekmore IV
 
HB 694 Appropriation; Administrative Office of Courts for additional funding for intervention courts. 01/17 (H) Referred To Appropriations Samuel Creekmore IV
 
HB 695 Intervention courts; revise regulations that govern and add drug abuse prevention to statewide education component. 01/20 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Samuel Creekmore IV
 
HB 696 Pre-election day voting; authorize for 14 days before the election. 01/17 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Thomas U. Reynolds
 
HB 697 Local governments capital improvements revolving loan program; include certain fire trucks. 01/17 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Thomas U. Reynolds
 
HB 698 Rivers McGraw Mental Health Diversion Program; revise to create mental health treatment courts. 01/17 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Thomas U. Reynolds
 
HB 699 Probate Estates; increase value of. 01/17 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Thomas U. Reynolds
 
HB 700 Distinctive motor vehicle/motorcycle license tag for veterans; revise provisions regarding evidence of service. 01/17 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Larry Byrd
 
HB 701 Simple assault; revise to include nonconsensual touching of body. 01/17 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Thomas U. Reynolds
 
HB 702 Health insurance policies; require coverage for certain examinations primarily related to women's health. 01/17 (H) Referred To Insurance Becky Currie
 
HB 703 Rivers McGraw Mental Health Diversion Program; revise to create mental health treatment courts. 01/17 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Becky Currie
 
HB 704 Mississippi Prison Industries; require to pay inmates federal minimum wage for inmate labor. 01/17 (H) Referred To Corrections;Appropriations Earle S. Banks
 
HB 705 Violent offenders, certain; may be paroled by Parole Board if sentencing judge authorizes parole consideration. 01/17 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Earle S. Banks
 
HB 706 Copper materials; prohibit transactions between certain sellers and scrap metal dealers and other purchases. 01/17 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Earle S. Banks
 
HB 707 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with removal and demolition of certain dilapidated and blighted properties. 01/17 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Earle S. Banks
 
HB 708 DOC's evaluation of requests for proposals for canteen services; require interested third parties to have reasonable prices for services. 01/17 (H) Referred To Corrections Earle S. Banks
 
HB 709 Public schools; clarify authority of local law enforcement agencies to prevent and investigate crimes on property of. 01/17 (H) Referred To Education Earle S. Banks
 
HB 710 Case plans for inmates who committed capital offenses; require certain programs be placed within. 01/17 (H) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary B Earle S. Banks
 
HB 711 Conjugal visits; require Department of Corrections to provide for married inmates. 01/17 (H) Referred To Corrections Earle S. Banks
 
HB 712 Firearms; revise limits placed on counties and municipalities to regulate. 01/17 (H) Referred To Constitution;Judiciary B Earle S. Banks
 
HB 713 Case plans for inmates who committed violent offenses; require certain programs be placed within. 01/17 (H) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary B Earle S. Banks
 
HB 714 Mandatory minimum sentences for crimes committed by offenders; revise which offenders are eligible for. 01/17 (H) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary B Earle S. Banks
 
HB 715 Case plans for nonviolent inmates; require certain programs be placed within. 01/17 (H) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary B Earle S. Banks
 
HB 716 Department of Corrections; authorize to administer the "Halfway House Grant Program." 01/17 (H) Referred To Corrections Earle S. Banks
 
HB 717 Appropriation; additional to State Department of Health for Office Against Interpersonal Violence. 01/17 (H) Referred To Appropriations Philip Gunn
 
HB 718 Crime of promoting prostitution; clarify and revise where certain monies are deposited. 01/17 (H) Referred To Judiciary A Philip Gunn
 
HB 719 Compensation for certain county officials; bring forward sections pertaining to. 01/24 (H) DR - TSDP: CA To AP Manly Barton
 
HB 720 Mississippi Department of Employment Security; provide requirements related to fraud prevention, detection and recovery. 01/17 (H) Referred To Workforce Development Donnie Bell
 
HB 721 Mineral estates; revert to surface estate owner after ten-year period of nonproduction. 01/17 (H) Referred To Energy;Judiciary A Donnie Bell
 
HB 722 Sustainable Energy Partnership Program; establish at Jackson State University. 01/17 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges Christopher Bell
 
HB 723 Appropriation; IHL for Jackson State University for structural improvements at campus entrances to enhance safety. 01/17 (H) Referred To Appropriations Christopher Bell
 
HB 724 Appropriation; IHL for Jackson State University for Sustainable Energy Partnership Program. 01/17 (H) Referred To Appropriations Christopher Bell
 
HB 725 Delinquent county garbage fees; provide nonrenewal of driver's licenses for nonpayment. 01/17 (H) Referred To County Affairs Randy P. Boyd
 
HB 726 Public Procurement Review Board; exempt certain contracts entered into by the Attorney General's office from oversight by. 01/17 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency;Appropriations Randy P. Boyd
 
HB 727 Timber bridges; require use of for new construction and replacement on certain county and secondary roads. 01/17 (H) Referred To Transportation Randy P. Boyd
 
HB 728 Hunting regulation changes; require Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks to provide notice of. 01/17 (H) Referred To Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks Randy P. Boyd
 
HB 729 Mississippi Sound Money Tax Removal Act; create. 01/17 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Joel Bomgar
 
HB 730 Alcoholic beverages; allow direct sales and shipments of wine to be made to residents in this state. 01/17 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Charles Busby
 
HB 731 Alcoholic beverages; allow direct sales and shipments of wine to be made to residents in this state. 01/17 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Charles Busby
 
SB2360 Retired teachers; allow to draw retirement benefits and be reemployed as teachers if having 30 years of creditable service. 01/17 (S) Referred To Education;Finance Kelvin E. Butler
 
SB2361 General Funds; FY2023 appropriation to South Pike School District for renovations to its school buildings. 01/17 (S) Referred To Appropriations Kelvin E. Butler
 
SB2362 Salary cap; exempt certain attorneys employed by Attorney General from. 01/17 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Jenifer B. Branning
 
SB2363 Public Procurement Review Board; exempt personal services contracts entered into by the Office of State Aid Road Construction. 01/17 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Jenifer B. Branning
 
SB2364 Legal holidays; designate June 19 as Juneteenth Freedom Day. 01/17 (S) Referred To Rules Barbara Blackmon
 
SB2365 Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Lake City Water Association to improve the water system. 01/17 (S) Referred To Appropriations Joseph Thomas
 
SB2366 General Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Alcorn State University to support animal science research and extension programs. 01/17 (S) Referred To Appropriations Albert Butler
 
SB2367 General Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Bolivar County for street repairs in Supervisor District 1. 01/17 (S) Referred To Appropriations Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2368 Mandatory COVID-19 vaccination of Mississippi residents by the state or as condition of employment; prohibit. 01/17 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency;Judiciary, Division A Chris McDaniel
 
SB2369 General Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Washington County for street repairs in Supervisor District 1. 01/17 (S) Referred To Appropriations Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2370 Ad valorem taxation; exempt property used for housing and providing services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. 01/17 (S) Referred To Finance Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2371 Purchasing law; revise threshold for bid requirement. 01/17 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Dean Kirby
 
SB2372 Bonds; authorize to assist City of Jackson in paying costs of repair and renovation of Thalia Mara Hall complex. 01/17 (S) Referred To Finance David Blount
 
SB2373 Professional Engineers & Surveyors Licensing Board; remove provision requiring Governor to make appointments from nominees. 01/17 (S) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Brice Wiggins
 
SB2374 Distinctive motor vehicle license tags; change recipient of additional fee for breast cancer awareness tag. 01/17 (S) Referred To Finance Brice Wiggins
 
SB2375 Sales tax; exempt sales of groceries. 01/17 (S) Referred To Finance Sollie B. Norwood
 
SB2376 Bonds; authorize to assist in paying for road improvements in Clay County Supervisor District 3. 01/17 (S) Referred To Finance Angela Turner-Ford
 
SB2377 Bonds; authorize to assist in paying for road improvements in Clay County Supervisor District 2. 01/17 (S) Referred To Finance Angela Turner-Ford
 
SB2378 Bonds; authorize to assist in paying for capital improvements for Lowndes County Supervisor District 5. 01/17 (S) Referred To Finance Angela Turner-Ford
 
SB2379 Bonds; authorize to assist in paying costs of renovating Margaret Martin Performing Arts Center in Natchez, Mississippi. 01/17 (S) Referred To Finance Kelvin E. Butler
 
SB2380 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Natchez in paying costs of Concord Avenue Drainage Improvement Project. 01/17 (S) Referred To Finance Kelvin E. Butler
 
SB2381 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist South Pike School District in paying costs of repair and renovation of buildings. 01/17 (S) Referred To Finance Kelvin E. Butler
 
SB2382 Legislature; allow PERS retirees to receive retirement allowance while serving as a member of. 01/17 (S) Referred To Finance Sollie B. Norwood
 
SB2383 State General Funds; FY2023 appropriation to Clay County for improvements to Pruitt Road and Mhoon Valley Road in Supervisor District 3. 01/17 (S) Referred To Appropriations Angela Turner-Ford
 
SB2384 Motorcycles and bicyles; allow to proceed through red light if green light is not triggered. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Angela Burks Hill
 
SB2385 Sales tax; exempt sales of feminine hygiene products. 01/17 (S) Referred To Finance Nicole Boyd
 
SC 518 Constitution; place term limits on legislators. 01/17 (S) Referred To Constitution Chris McDaniel
 
SC 519 Public safety telecommunicators; recognize as first responders in policy considerations. 01/17 (S) Referred To Rules Bart Williams
 
HB 732 State Commission on the 9-8-8 Comprehensive Behavioral Health Crisis Response System; create. 01/17 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Kevin Felsher
 
HB 733 Pharmacy Benefit Prompt Pay Act; revise various provisions of. 01/17 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Sam C. Mims, V
 
HB 734 Project ADAM(Automated Defibrillators in Adam's Memory); establish pilot program to authorize AEDs in schools. 01/17 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Sam C. Mims, V
 
HB 735 Mississippi Veterans Home Perpetual Care Fund; create. 01/25 (H) DR - TSDP: MA To AP Lester Carpenter
 
HB 736 Mississippi Veterans Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund; create. 01/25 (H) DR - TSDP: MA To AP Lester Carpenter
 
HB 737 Child abuse hotline; require schools to post in clearly visible location. 01/17 (H) Referred To Education Carolyn Crawford
 
HB 738 Mississippi Code; modernize terminology by replacing "mentally retarded" with "intellectual disability". 01/17 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Carolyn Crawford
 
HB 739 Hunting and fishing license; authorize Native Americans to receive free of charge upon providing a tribal identification card at the time of license issuance. 01/17 (H) Referred To Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks Carolyn Crawford
 
HB 740 Sexual battery; remove statute of limitations for prosecution of crime of. 01/17 (H) Referred To Judiciary B Carolyn Crawford
 
HB 741 Sherry Elmore Nursing Education Forgivable Loan Program; create. 01/17 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges Becky Currie
 
HB 742 School districts; authorize certain districts to employ retired teachers while they continue to draw retirement allowance. 01/17 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Jerry Darnell
 
HB 743 Early voting; authorize for 14 days before the election. 01/17 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections Debra Gibbs
 
HB 744 Charter school payments; require school districts to pay local funds due on a monthly basis. 01/17 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations Debra Gibbs
 
HB 745 District Attorneys; increase salaries of. 01/17 (H) Referred To Appropriations Jeffery Harness
 
HB 746 Mississippi Retail Marijuana Act; create to authorize and regulate the personal use of marijuana. 01/17 (H) Referred To Drug Policy Jeffery Harness
 
HB 747 Appropriation; IHL for research project on indoor production of medical marijuana at Alcorn State University. 01/17 (H) Referred To Appropriations Jeffery Harness
 
HB 748 IHL board; delete repealer on authority to oversee certain construction projects funded by state general obligation bonds. 01/17 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Ways and Means Jeffery Harness
 
HB 749 Alcoholic beverages; allow holders of package retailer's permits to sell on Sunday. 01/17 (H) Referred To Ways and Means Jeffery Harness
 
HB 750 Teacher licensure; authorize SDE to issue Nontraditional Teaching Route - Standard License to certain individuals with advanced degrees. 01/17 (H) Referred To Education Charles Busby
 
HB 751 Appropriation; Marshall County for completing the Potts Camp Railroad Bridge and Bypass Project. 01/17 (H) Referred To Appropriations Bill Kinkade
 
HB 752 Appropriation; Marshall County for completing the Red Banks Road Improvement Project. 01/17 (H) Referred To Appropriations Bill Kinkade
 
HB 753 Appropriation; Marshall County for completing the Blackwater Road Bridge Project. 01/17 (H) Referred To Appropriations Bill Kinkade
 
HB 754 Appropriation; Marshall County for completing the Byhalia Railroad Bridge Project. 01/17 (H) Referred To Appropriations Bill Kinkade
 
HB 755 Medicaid; suspend eligibility of incarcerated persons instead of terminating it. 01/17 (H) Referred To Medicaid Kabir Karriem
 
HB 756 African-American Studies and Racial Diversity; require SDE to develop curriculum for implementation in public high school. 01/17 (H) Referred To Education Kabir Karriem
 
HB 757 Body-worn cameras; require cities and counties to provide to police officers and deputy sheriffs. 01/17 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Appropriations Kabir Karriem
 
HB 758 No Patient Left Alone Act; create to provide certain visitation rights for hospital patients. 01/17 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Dan Eubanks
 
HB 759 Mississippi Adult Health and Privacy Act; create. 01/17 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services Dan Eubanks
 
HB 760 Medicaid; expand eligibility under federal Affordable Care Act. 01/17 (H) Referred To Medicaid;Rules;et al Kabir Karriem
 
HB 761 Youth Employment Grant Program; create. 01/17 (H) Referred To Youth and Family Affairs;Appropriations Kabir Karriem
 
HB 762 State holiday; remove Robert E. Lee's birthday and Confederate Memorial Day as a. 01/17 (H) Referred To Rules Kabir Karriem
 
HB 763 Medicaid; provide for a separate managed care program for dental services and dental services providers. 01/17 (H) Referred To Medicaid Clay Deweese
 
SB2386 Habitual offender; prior felonies with completed sentences more than 10 years prior not considered. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2387 Used mattresses; prohibit resale with certain exemptions. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B;Public Health and Welfare Hillman Terome Frazier
 
SB2388 Marking election ballots; delete option of using indelible pencil to mark ballots. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2389 Suffrage; provide for restoration upon completion of sentence and other conditions. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections;Constitution Sollie B. Norwood
 
SB2390 Intervention court; amend criteria for participation in. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2391 Nonviolent habitual offender; revise sentencing. 01/17 (S) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary, Division B Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2392 Violent habitual offender; require both previous crimes to have been crimes of violence. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2393 Expunction; allow after 20 years of good behavior with certain exceptions. 01/17 (S) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary, Division B Derrick T. Simmons
 
SB2394 Commercial driver's license; authorize issuance to certain military-trained personnel. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B;Highways and Transportation Melanie Sojourner
 
SB2395 Firearms; interpose state law in place of any federal law confiscating firearms. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Melanie Sojourner
 
SB2396 Early voting; authorize. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections John Horhn
 
SB2397 Controlled substances; authorize automatic defense for charges brought within two years of a federal declassification. 01/17 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B Hob Bryan
 
SB2398 Fresh Start Act of 2019; expand. 01/17 (S) Referred To Labor;Judiciary, Division B John Horhn
 
SB2399 Municipal executive committee; revise procedure for filing vacancies of. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections Barbara Blackmon
 
SB2400 Municipal primary elections; revise procedure for nominating candidates during when only one candidate qualifies. 01/17 (S) Referred To Elections Barbara Blackmon
 
SB2401 Socially and economically disadvantaged small business; establish program to encourage participation in state contracts by. 01/17 (S) Referred To Labor;Economic and Workforce Development John Horhn
 
SB2402 Department of Corrections; create the Division of Parole to perform the administrative and fiscal functions of the Parole Board. 01/17 (S) Referred To Corrections;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2403 Kratom; authorize regulation of and prohibit certain products. 01/17 (S) Referred To Drug Policy;Judiciary, Division B Jeff Tate
 
SB2404 MDOC; create Division of Reentry and Prison Industry within. 01/17 (S) Referred To Corrections;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Kevin Blackwell
 
SB2405 MDOC; require to promulgate rules regarding use of technology portals by those on probation or parole. 01/17 (S) Referred To Corrections Jeremy England
 
SB2406 MDOC; exempt from regulations and law for a certain time to build buildings with inmate labor. 01/17 (S) Referred To Corrections;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Juan Barnett
 
SB2407 Inmate Incentive to Work Program; create. 01/17 (S) Referred To Corrections;Appropriations Juan Barnett
 
SB2408 Department of Corrections; authorize to exempt agricultural equipment from bid requirements. 01/17 (S) Referred To Corrections;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Juan Barnett
 
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