All Measures (Not Dead)

Bill Number Bill Description
1. HB 1
Good Policy
State flag; shall be the design recommended by the Commission to Redesign the State Flag and approved in the November 2020 election.
Analysis: This ratifies the new state flag adopted by voters in November.
2. HB 2
Not Rated
Income tax; authorize a credit for costs incurred by certain taxpayers storm shelter/safe house construction.
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3. HB 3
Not Rated
Outdoor advertisement signs; revise height requirements for.
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4. HB 4
Not Rated
Statewide Elections Management System; remove voters who fail to respond to notice and who fail to vote after certain period of time.
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5. HB 5
Not Rated
Hazing; increase penalties for.
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6. HB 6
Not Rated
University and colleges anti-hazing policy; require Board of Trustees of IHL to develop policy against hazing and prescribe penalties.
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7. HB 7
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; revise provisions regarding designation of certain locations as qualified resort areas.
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8. HB 8
Not Rated
UMMC property; revise leasing authority by removing certain minimum requirements of improvements to development.
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9. HB 9
Not Rated
MS Law Enforcement Officers' Training Academy; name firing range as the 'Lieutenant Colonel Pat Cronin Firing Range.'
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10. HB 10
Not Rated
Driver's licenses; allow online renewal any time after expiration regardless of time transpired.
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11. HB 11
Not Rated
County annual budget; require to be published on county's official website.
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12. HB 12
Not Rated
Universities and colleges; require to allow MS residents to register for classes before nonresident students.
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13. HB 13
Not Rated
Health insurance policies; require coverage for hearing aids and services for children under 21.
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14. HB 14
Not Rated
Regional food banks; DHS establish grant program to provide annual grant funding to.
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15. HB 15
Not Rated
Board on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Training; revise membership of.
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16. HB 16
Not Rated
Mississippi Highway Patrol and MBN officers; increase salaries of.
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17. HB 17
Not Rated
Child Care For Working Families Study Committee; create.
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18. HB 18
Not Rated
Medical marijuana; authorize Alcorn State University to enter into MOU for local farmers to grow for out-of-state vendors.
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19. HB 19
Not Rated
HIV crimes; increase penalties for intentional exposure or contact with blood or seminal fluid.
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20. HB 20
Not Rated
School board members; authorize excused absences from board meeting in the event of family emergency.
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21. HB 21
Not Rated
Appropriation; UMMC to support a medical residency program at Delta Regional Medical Center.
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22. HB 22
Not Rated
'Mississippi Eyes on Smiling Students Health Act'; enact to require vision screening and oral health assessments for certain students.
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23. HB 23
Not Rated
Mississippi River Delta Promise Zone Act of 2021; create.
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24. HB 24
Not Rated
Community and Police Safety Act; create.
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25. HB 25
Not Rated
Chronic Diseases; direct Health Department to establish WISEWOMAN and WISEMAN programs to reduce incidence of.
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26. HB 26
Not Rated
Workers' Compensation Law; increase maximum total recovery under to 520 weeks.
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27. HB 27
Not Rated
Interpretation language assistance services; provide for certain youth at juvenile detention centers.
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28. HB 28
Not Rated
Legislative Public Project Grant Program; create.
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29. HB 29
Not Rated
Appropriation; Mississippi Delta Strategic Compact.
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30. HB 30
Not Rated
Homeowner's Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program; create.
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31. HB 31
Not Rated
'Mississippi Youthbuild Act'; create.
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32. HB 32
Not Rated
Health; State Health Officer shall develop program to close the gap in health status of gender and racial groups.
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33. HB 33
Not Rated
Dating violence; require school districts to adopt a policy and educate students on.
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34. HB 34
Not Rated
Medical records; persons seeking disability benefits may obtain at no charge until determination of disability.
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35. HB 35
Not Rated
Compulsory-school-age child; revise definition of by increasing required age to 18 years.
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36. HB 36
Not Rated
Domestic abuse court program; establish.
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37. HB 37
Not Rated
Youth and Community Safety Act; create.
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38. HB 38
Not Rated
Appropriation; Health Department for support of Breast and Cervical Cancer Program.
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39. HB 39
Not Rated
Appropriation; Department of Health to establish and operate two STD/HIV specialty clinics.
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40. HB 40
Not Rated
Purchase of automatic weapon; place certain restrictions on.
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41. HB 41
Not Rated
Video lottery terminals; authorize lottery board to allow with certain restrictions.
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42. HB 42
Not Rated
Appropriation; Department of Health for a grant to the Southern Health Commission in Washington County.
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43. HB 43
Not Rated
Universities and colleges; require to provide mental health assessments to members of school athletic teams.
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44. HB 44
Not Rated
Mississippi Affordable Housing Opportunity Fund; establish and authorize Mississippi Home Corporation to administer.
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45. HB 45
Not Rated
Mississippi Commission on Wage Review; create.
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46. HB 46
Not Rated
Mississippi Department of Human Services employees; remove prohibition on participating in political campaigns for.
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47. HB 47
Not Rated
Long-term care facilities; require residents of certain to obtain a preneed contract within 6 months after admission.
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48. HB 48
Not Rated
Military education credits and certifications; require IHL, MCCB and SWIB to develop policy for acceptance of toward academic credit.
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49. HB 49
Not Rated
Child support enforcement and collection; terminate contract with private entity for and DHS shall perform.
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50. HB 50
Not Rated
Electric Power Association Law; bring forward entirely and amend election provisions of.
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51. HB 51
Not Rated
School board members; establish annual salary based on student enrollment.
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52. HB 52
Not Rated
Mississippi History and United States Government; require to be included in curriculum for all students in Grades 9-12.
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53. HB 53
Not Rated
Appropriation; Employment Security for youthbuild programs eligible for grants under Youthbuild Act.
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54. HB 54
Not Rated
Malicious prosecution; require officials or employees involved to pay all costs associated with.
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55. HB 55
Not Rated
Appropriation; Human Services for youthbuild programs eligible for grants under Youthbuild Act.
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56. HB 56
Not Rated
Unemployment compensation; revise weekly benefit amount for.
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57. HB 57
Not Rated
Businesses; require laws and regulations affecting must allow existing businesses to continue operating under previous laws or regulations.
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58. HB 58
Not Rated
Department of Human Services; require a board of directors to be created within.
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59. HB 59
Not Rated
Child Care Advisory Council; require child care providers to recommend names of persons to serve on.
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60. HB 60
Not Rated
Child care facilities; require licensing agency to disclose names of persons filing complaints against.
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61. HB 61
Not Rated
Department of Health; limit any increase in fees by to not more than five percent.
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62. HB 62
Not Rated
State agencies; prohibit disclosure of identifying information received from program applicants.
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63. HB 63
Not Rated
Regional correctional facilities; prohibit from operating as a private correctional facility.
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64. HB 64
Not Rated
Employees terminated from certain agencies, departments, institutions or nonprofits; prohibit from receiving similar employment.
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65. HB 65
Not Rated
DHS; shall not require cooperation with child support enforcement to receive federal CCDF assistance.
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66. HB 66
Not Rated
Health insurers; require to use certain standard for hospital inpatient admissions.
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67. HB 67
Not Rated
Mississippi Board of Human Services; create.
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68. HB 68
Not Rated
Appropriation; additional to DFA for purchases of new state flags for state buildings and offices.
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69. HB 69
Not Rated
State Veterans Affairs Board; provide that certain employees of are nonstate service employees under state personnel system.
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70. HB 70
Not Rated
Autopsies; provide for confidentiality of photographs and video and audio recordings with exceptions.
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71. HB 71
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property or services to Natchez Children's Services.
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72. HB 72
Not Rated
Dentists; provide immunity for providing charitable and emergency services.
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73. HB 73
Not Rated
Chiropractors; extend repealer on licensure law.
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74. HB 74
Not Rated
Emergency Telecommunucations Services (911); extend repealer on.
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75. HB 75
Not Rated
Sexual battery; remove statute of limitations for prosecution of crime of.
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76. HB 76
Not Rated
Terroristic threats; revise provisions.
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77. HB 77
Not Rated
Criminal investigators; increase salary of.
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78. HB 78
Not Rated
Interlocutory appeal; authorize for criminal prosecutors.
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79. HB 79
Not Rated
Expungement; authorize for completion of drug court.
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80. HB 80
Not Rated
Dogs; regulate and provide penalties for those with a history of biting.
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81. HB 81
Not Rated
Voyeurism; revise sentencing options.
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82. HB 82
Not Rated
Community or junior colleges; authorize to administer construction contracts of $1,000,000.00 or less, and exempt certain oversight.
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83. HB 83
Not Rated
The Combating Violence, Disorder and Looting and Law Enforcement Protection Act of Mississippi; create.
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84. HB 84
Not Rated
Radar; authorize county supervisors to authorize county sheriff and deputies to use on county roads.
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85. HB 85
Not Rated
Speech-language pathologists and audiologists; create board to license and regulate.
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86. HB 86
Not Rated
Broadband services; provide for certain participation of investor owned electric utilities in the expansion of in the state.
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87. HB 87
Not Rated
MDHS fraud investigators; provide they shall be law enforcement officers.
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88. HB 88
Not Rated
Contract lobbyists; prohibit agencies, governing authorities and universities and colleges from hiring with public funds.
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89. HB 89
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for improvements at state parks.
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90. HB 90
Not Rated
ABC Division officers; compensation shall be determined by special plan approved by Personnel Board.
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91. HB 91
Not Rated
Public Service Commission; remove from the provisions of the Mississippi Budget Transparency and Simplification Act.
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92. HB 92
Not Rated
Police officers; require to maintain liability insurance with base rate paid by employer.
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93. HB 93
Not Rated
Smart State Act; create.
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94. HB 94
Not Rated
Mental Health Treatment Facility; revise hearing and commitment procedures.
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95. HB 95
Not Rated
Nursing home administrators; extend repealer on licensure requirements for.
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96. HB 96
Not Rated
State Board of Chiropractic Examiners; extend repealer on.
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97. HB 97
Not Rated
Medicaid; extend repealers on list of covered services and assessments on certain health care facilities.
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98. HB 98
Not Rated
Hospice; extend repealer on authority of medical director to prescribe controlled substances for terminal patients without visit.
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99. HB 99
Not Rated
Comprehensive Hurricane Damage Mitigation Program; extend repealer on.
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100. HB 100
Not Rated
MS Telephone Solicitation Act; extend repealer on requirement that fees be deposited into State General Fund.
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101. HB 101
Not Rated
Bad faith assertions of patent infringement; extend repealer on prohibitions against.
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102. HB 102
Not Rated
Amusement rides; provide inspection and incident reporting requirements for.
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103. HB 103
Not Rated
Mississippi Seafood Marketing Law of 2021; enact to require certain consumer notice and country of origin labeling.
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104. HB 104
Not Rated
Board of Supervisors of Hancock County; revise salary of attorney hired to prosecute cases for county.
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105. HB 105
Not Rated
National board certified school nurses; remove cap on number of eligible for annual salary supplement.
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106. HB 106
Bad Policy
State budget; revise provisions in several FY21 appropriation bills.
Analysis: This bill makes specific changes to numerous FY21 appropriations from Special Fund sources. Special Funds contribute significantly to cronyism and a reduction of transparency and accountability in government.
107. HB 107
Not Rated
Pseudoephedrine; require pharmacies to keep records of over the counter sales of.
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108. HB 108
Not Rated
Wireless Communication Commission; remove ITS control over.
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109. HB 109
Not Rated
Budget process; update various sections relating to.
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110. HB 110
Not Rated
Computer science; require to be taught in all public schools.
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111. HB 111
Not Rated
Community and junior colleges; authorize boards of trustees to approve policies permitting waiver of out-of-state tuition.
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112. HB 112
Not Rated
Telecommunications Fraud Prevention and Utility Infrastructure Protection Act; create.
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113. HB 113
Not Rated
Community College Boards of Trustees; revise composition of Northeast Mississippi and Coahoma Community Colleges.
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114. HB 114
Not Rated
Districts of Innovations; require SDE to recognize use of Cambridge Assessment or other nationally recognized assessment for accountability ratings.
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115. HB 115
Not Rated
Farmers markets; DHS provide grants to entity to incentivize purchases of healthy foods from with SNAP benefits.
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116. HB 116
Not Rated
'Mississippi Police Funding Protection Act'; create.
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117. HB 117
Not Rated
Autopsies; require to include inquiry about whether death was result of seizure or epilepsy.
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118. HB 118
Not Rated
Medical examiners and pathologists; extend repealer on fees for death investigations and autopsies.
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119. HB 119
Not Rated
Harper's Grace Law; extend repealer on authority to research and dispense cannabidiol (CBD oil) for medical purposes.
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120. HB 120
Not Rated
Monuments on public property; prohibit the removal or relocation unless authorized by legislation.
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121. HB 121
Not Rated
Trip optimizer system; exempt youth services counselors from.
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122. HB 122
Not Rated
Expungement; authorize up to three felony convictions to be expunged after 15 years.
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123. HB 123
Not Rated
State advertising; prohibit elected and appointed officers from publicly participating in.
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124. HB 124
Not Rated
MS Home Corporation; extend reverter on authority to issuse a certain amount of bonds.
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125. HB 125
Not Rated
Municipal annexation; restrict collection of ad valorem taxes until certain services are provided by municipality.
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126. HB 126
Not Rated
Bonds; mandate election on issue of county or municipal bonds.
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127. HB 127
Not Rated
Ad valorem tax; exempt certain business personal property from.
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128. HB 128
Not Rated
Homestead exemption; increase for persons 65 years of age or older or totally disabled.
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129. HB 129
Not Rated
Ad valorem tax; provide partial exemption for certain business personal property.
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130. HB 130
Not Rated
Utility worker; include the killing of as capital murder.
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131. HB 131
Not Rated
Fireworks; authorize sale of year-round.
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132. HB 132
Not Rated
Fireworks; require to be located within a permanent structure.
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133. HB 133
Not Rated
Bonds; mandate election on issue of county or municipal bonds.
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134. HB 134
Not Rated
Sexual Harassment Settlements; require counties, municipalities and state agencies to post on website.
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135. HB 135
Not Rated
MS Crirical Teacher Shortage Act of 1998; extend repealer on.
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136. HB 136
Not Rated
Individual bond; require for public officers and employees handling or having the custody of public funds.
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137. HB 137
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Saltillo with repair and renovation of community center.
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138. HB 138
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist with installation of outdoor emergency warning systems at Wheeler Attendance Center in Prentiss County.
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139. HB 139
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for improvements at campground at Lake Lamar Bruce in Lee County.
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140. HB 140
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Baldwyn with improvements to natural gas system.
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141. HB 141
Not Rated
Public records; extend repealer on statute granting persons public right of access to.
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142. HB 142
Not Rated
Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; reauthorize issuance to supporters of Rotary International.
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143. HB 143
Not Rated
Abstinence and sex-related education; extend repelaer on public school requirements for.
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144. HB 144
Not Rated
DHS Fraud Investigation Unit; require director of and investigators to be law enforcement officers.
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145. HB 145
Not Rated
Chancery clerk fee; reduce for recording each oil and gas assignment.
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146. HB 146
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of perishcable food items to certain charitable organizations.
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147. HB 147
Not Rated
Registry, person committing offense against peace officer; create to include offenses including terrorism.
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148. HB 148
Not Rated
Mississippi Development Authority Tourism Advertising Fund; use portion of monies in to advertise state parks.
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149. HB 149
Not Rated
Female genital mutilation; create crime of.
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150. HB 150
Not Rated
Municipalities; prohibit from receiving certain funds if police department is defunded.
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151. HB 151
Not Rated
Stop Social Media Censorship Act; create.
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152. HB 152
Not Rated
State Parks; provide funding from net proceeds of the Mississippi Lottery Corporation.
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153. HB 153
Not Rated
E-verify program; transfer responsibility of administering to the Commission of Agriculture and Commerce.
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154. HB 154
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property or services to the Lincoln Civic Center Foundation.
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155. HB 155
Not Rated
Medicaid; nonresident admitted to pediatric skilled nursing facility in MS not eligible for MS Medicaid coverage.
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156. HB 156
Not Rated
Medicaid; require managed care companies to provide detailed, signed explanation for denial of coverage of procedure.
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157. HB 157
Not Rated
Use tax; enhance enforcement of collection on all-terrain vehicles purchased out of state.
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158. HB 158
Not Rated
Sales tax; remove requirement that certain taxpayers pay June liability for the tax on or before June 25.
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159. HB 159
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property or service to the Lincoln Civic Center Foundation.
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160. HB 160
Not Rated
State Department of Health and State Board of Health; extend repealer on.
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161. HB 161
Not Rated
Critical Needs Teacher Forgivable Loan Program; extend repealer on.
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162. HB 162
Not Rated
Public contracts of energy efficiency services; extend repealer on authority and certain requirements for.
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163. HB 163
Not Rated
Juvenile offenders convicted of murder; revise sentencing options for.
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164. HB 164
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Alcorn County with repair and renovation of county courthouse.
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165. HB 165
Not Rated
Wireless learning environments; require school districts to develop and implement within two years.
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166. HB 166
Not Rated
Mississippi Statewide Assessment System; remove criminal penalties and establish maximum time educator's license may be suspended or revoked.
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167. HB 167
Not Rated
School district efficiency; conduct feasibility study on the administration of.
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168. HB 168
Not Rated
School districts; provide strategy to promote holistic educational efficiency and opportunities for all students.
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169. HB 169
Not Rated
Appropriation; MDE to assist parents in paying school districts for cost of lost/damaged electronic devices assigned to students.
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170. HB 170
Not Rated
Teachers; revise duties and responsibilities relating to student assessment and achievement before promotion.
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171. HB 171
Not Rated
Mississippi Tuition Subsidy Forgivable Loan; create.
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172. HB 172
Not Rated
Window tint; increase inspection fee and use a portion for Trooper training expenses.
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173. HB 173
Not Rated
Voting registration; require by anyone who receives public assistance benefits.
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174. HB 174
Not Rated
Board of Nursing; revise penalties in disciplinary proceedings and authorize recovery of reasonable costs.
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175. HB 175
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Lee County and municipalities of Verona, Plantersville and Shannon with certain projects.
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176. HB 176
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Helping Hands Food Pantry in Tupelo with repair and renovation of building.
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177. HB 177
Not Rated
Appropriation; Lee and Monroe Counties for funding National Resource Camp pilot program.
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178. HB 178
Not Rated
Natural Resource Camp; establish pilot program for students in Lee and Monroe Counties.
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179. HB 179
Not Rated
Open Meetings Law; authorize court to void certain actions taken in violation of.
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180. HB 180
Not Rated
Open Meeting Law; revise reasons for executive sessions to include discussions by boards of trustees of public hospitals.
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181. HB 181
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for repair and renovation of War Memorial Building.
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182. HB 182
Not Rated
Distinctive motorcycle license tag; authorize issuance to certain disabled veterans.
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183. HB 183
Not Rated
PERS; all public safety employees vest in 4 years and are entitled to allowance with 25 years of service.
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184. HB 184
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of new Mississippi State Veterans Home in Jackson Metropolitan area.
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185. HB 185
Not Rated
Election Commissioners; revise the qualifying deadline for.
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186. HB 186
Not Rated
Claims by veterans under consumer protection law; Mississippi Veterans Affairs Board offers service free of charge.
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187. HB 187
Not Rated
County veteran service officers; revise certain qualifications and requirements.
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188. HB 188
Not Rated
Required uniform designations for offenders; exempt offenders in Mississippi Statewide Incarcerated Veterans Program.
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189. HB 189
Not Rated
Mississippi Persian Gulf War Memorial; authorize MSVA to move to another appropriate location.
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190. HB 190
Not Rated
Adoptees; authorize those 21 years of age or older to have unrestricted access to information.
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191. HB 191
Not Rated
Anatomical gifts; prohibit discrimination against recipient based on disability.
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192. HB 192
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Alcorn County with purchase of land and building to house county offices.
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193. HB 193
Not Rated
Missing children; require compilation of by Department of Education and day care facilities.
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194. HB 194
Not Rated
State Oil and Gas Board; extend repealer on authority to use Capital Expense funds for emergency plugging of orphaned wells.
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195. HB 195
Not Rated
Municipalities; authorize those of certain size to conduct special elections at one polling place.
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196. HB 196
Not Rated
'Dignity for Incarcerated Women Act'; create.
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197. HB 197
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds for the Emergency Road and Bridge Repair Fund.
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198. HB 198
Not Rated
Wireless communication devices and plans; revise provisions regulating by personnel of state agencies.
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199. HB 199
Bad Policy
Appropriation; additional for various state agencies for Fiscal Year 2021.
Analysis: This bill makes specific changes to numerous FY21 appropriations from both the Capital Expense Fund and Special Fund sources. Special Funds contribute significantly to cronyism and a reduction of transparency and accountability in government.
200. HB 200
Not Rated
Remote patient monitoring services; delete requirement of 2 recent hospitalizations to qualify for.
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201. HB 201
Not Rated
Telemedicine; revise definition in section providing insurance coverage for.
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202. HB 202
Not Rated
Mississippi Development Authority; bring forward various sections of law relating to.
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203. HB 203
Not Rated
Legislature; prohibit a person from being an elected officer of a county or municipality and a member of.
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204. HB 204
Not Rated
Mississippi Dangerous Dog Control Act; create to establish misdemeanor offense of failure to control a dangerous dog.
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205. HB 205
Not Rated
Medicaid; revise reimbursement rate for durable medical equipment (DME) and exempt DME from 5% reduction.
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206. HB 206
Not Rated
Retirement; persons convicted of certain felonies shall forfeit benefits from PERS, SLRP and MHSPRS.
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207. HB 207
Not Rated
Medicaid; expand eligibility under federal health care reform law.
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208. HB 208
Not Rated
Psychologists; extend repealer on licensure law and remove postdoctoral training requirements for licensure.
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209. HB 209
Not Rated
Gestational agreements; authorize gestational mother and intended parents to create and seek court's validation of.
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210. HB 210
Not Rated
Credit reporting agency; prohibit including information from judicial action unless there is a verified outstanding judgement.
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211. HB 211
Not Rated
Insurance Department; remove from the provisions of the Mississippi Budget Transparency and Simplification Act.
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212. HB 212
Not Rated
State Fire Marshal and Fire Academy; remove from the provisions of the Mississippi Budget Transparency and Simplification Act.
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213. HB 213
Not Rated
DFA; authorize Office of Surplus Property to administer the Federal Donation Program.
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214. HB 214
Not Rated
Mental examinations of those in felony criminal actions; prohibit transport and require examination where person is held.
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215. HB 215
Not Rated
Littering; increase fines and deposit certain assessments into Keep Mississippi Beautiful and law enforcement funds.
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216. HB 216
Not Rated
Families First Unpaid Leave Time Act; enact to require employers to provide unpaid leave to employees for certain situations.
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217. HB 217
Not Rated
Online voter registration; allow for first time registrants.
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218. HB 218
Not Rated
Solid waste; require landlords to deliver items too large for garbage containers to disposal facility.
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219. HB 219
Not Rated
Local governments; prohibit from imposing penalties or fines on security companies when false security alarm occurs.
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220. HB 220
Not Rated
Gas prices on signs and gas pumps; regulate when a difference exists.
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221. HB 221
Not Rated
Medicaid; require Governor and Division of Medicaid to negotiate to obtain federal waiver to expand Medicaid coverage.
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222. HB 222
Not Rated
Minimum wage; establish at $8.25 and set requirements for exemptions and overtime.
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223. HB 223
Not Rated
'Mississippi Joint Municipal Law Enforcement Act'; create.
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224. HB 224
Not Rated
Criminal investigators; add two to the 21st Circuit Court District.
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225. HB 225
Not Rated
Income tax; authorize credit for certain child care expenses, child care centers and child care center teachers and directors.
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226. HB 226
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Town of Tchula with road improvements.
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227. HB 227
Not Rated
Mississippi Tobacco Minimum Legal Sale Age of 21 Act; create.
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228. HB 228
Not Rated
Appropriation; Holmes County Consolidated School District for expenses of consolidation.
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229. HB 229
Not Rated
Appropriation; MDOC to pay regional facilities $34.00 per day for each state inmate.
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230. HB 230
Not Rated
Department of Human Services; authorize to use additional methods of communication to send notices relating to child support.
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231. HB 231
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist the Holmes County Consolidated School District with construction of a football stadium.
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232. HB 232
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Holmes County with repair and renovation of county courthouse.
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233. HB 233
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Holmes County with construction of a park.
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234. HB 234
Not Rated
Habitual offenders; revise regulations for.
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235. HB 235
Not Rated
Budget of county sheriff, tax assessor and tax collector; remove certain obsolete reporting requirements concerning.
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236. HB 236
Not Rated
Appropriation; Department of Mental Health for additional funding for crisis centers and outpatient services.
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237. HB 237
Not Rated
PERS; allow retirees to teach in critical needs areas and work full time and receive full salary for three years.
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238. HB 238
Not Rated
'Mississippi Universal Prekindergarten Program Act of 2021'; enact.
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239. HB 239
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Holmes County with improvements to county roads and buildings.
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240. HB 240
Not Rated
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.
Analysis:
241. HB 241
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Yazoo County with renovation of county courthouse.
Analysis:
242. HB 242
Not Rated
Joint state-county work program; require DOC to utilize under certain circumstances.
Analysis:
243. HB 243
Not Rated
Regional correctional facilities; increase daily amount paid to certain facilities for the housing of state offenders.
Analysis:
244. HB 244
Not Rated
Health insurance policies; require coverage for certain obesity treatments.
Analysis:
245. HB 245
Not Rated
Mississippi Smoke-Free Air Act of 2021; create.
Analysis:
246. HB 246
Not Rated
Appropriation; Archives and History for Church of God in Christ historical markers in Holmes County.
Analysis:
247. HB 247
Not Rated
Sexual harassment; create a state cause of action.
Analysis:
248. HB 248
Not Rated
Counties; authorize to pay poll workers certain mileage.
Analysis:
249. HB 249
Not Rated
CON; remove end-stage renal disease facilities from application of law.
Analysis:
250. HB 250
Not Rated
Housing Loan Assistance Pilot Program; create and authorize bonds to provide funds for.
Analysis:
251. HB 251
Not Rated
Tuition waiver; provide for certain foster and adopted children and wards of the state to attend a state-supported IHL.
Analysis:
252. HB 252
Not Rated
Juneteenth Freedom Day; designate June 19 as.
Analysis:
253. HB 253
Not Rated
Mississippi Skill Standards Board; create as an advisory board on industry standards.
Analysis:
254. HB 254
Not Rated
Life jackets; increase minimum age of person required to wear on certain vessels.
Analysis:
255. HB 255
Not Rated
Housing Repair Grant Fund; authorize issuance of bonds to provide funds for grants to low income individuals for home repair.
Analysis:
256. HB 256
Not Rated
School curriculum; require comprehensive Mississippi History course for public school students in Grade 9.
Analysis:
257. HB 257
Not Rated
MAEP; define 'at-risk pupil' and include a child diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder.
Analysis:
258. HB 258
Not Rated
Historic Courthouse Fund; create to provide grants to counties for maintenance/restoration of historic courthouses.
Analysis:
259. HB 259
Not Rated
Trimester School Year Pilot Program; establish.
Analysis:
260. HB 260
Not Rated
School social workers and psychologists; authorize districts to employ and receive partial state reimbursement for salaries of.
Analysis:
261. HB 261
Not Rated
MAEP; increase adjustment to base student cost for at-risk students.
Analysis:
262. HB 262
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds for public school capital improvements.
Analysis:
263. HB 263
Not Rated
All-terrain vehicles; create voluntary certificate of number system, mandatory for public lands, with Mississippi Department of WF&P.
Analysis:
264. HB 264
Not Rated
Holmes County State Park; Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks may lease land in and contract for services to operate.
Analysis:
265. HB 265
Not Rated
Mississippi Special Needs Housing Steering Council; create.
Analysis:
266. HB 266
Not Rated
Income tax; exclude overtime compensation from gross income.
Analysis:
267. HB 267
Not Rated
Salvage or abandoned vehicles; authorize disposition by auction firms on behalf of insurers.
Analysis:
268. HB 268
Not Rated
Disabilities, persons with; modernize terminology used to refer to.
Analysis:
269. HB 269
Not Rated
Daylight savings time; observe year-round if federal law is amended to allow it.
Analysis:
270. HB 270
Not Rated
Compulsory school attendance; revise to remove certain excused absences.
Analysis:
271. HB 271
Not Rated
Life estates; authorize grantor to revoke at any time before his or her death.
Analysis:
272. HB 272
Not Rated
MS Accountability and Transparency Act; revise to include certain counties and municipalities.
Analysis:
273. HB 273
Not Rated
Lobbying; revise definition of.
Analysis:
274. HB 274
Not Rated
Law enforcement officers; allow certain use of uniform, weapon, vehicle and equipment for disaster relief when off-duty.
Analysis:
275. HB 275
Not Rated
Public employees; exempt from bad check fees caused by error in direct deposit made by their employer or retirement system.
Analysis:
276. HB 276
Not Rated
The Digital Access Learning and Virtual Instruction Program Act of 2021; create.
Analysis:
277. HB 277
Not Rated
Tribal identification cards; recognize as legal means of personal identification.
Analysis:
278. HB 278
Not Rated
Sales tax; divert certain sales tax revenue to special fund for state park improvements.
Analysis:
279. HB 279
Not Rated
Property and casualty insurance; require blighted real property to be cleaned up before insurer pays insured more than one-fourth of damages.
Analysis:
280. HB 280
Not Rated
Statewide Assessment Program; require SBE to use ACT Aspire as summative assessment.
Analysis:
281. HB 281
Not Rated
End-of-course assessments; remove mandatory requirement of passing score as a condition of graduation.
Analysis:
282. HB 282
Not Rated
Statewide testing program; require the SBE to cease administration of for the 2020-2021 school year.
Analysis:
283. HB 283
Not Rated
End-of-course subject area tests; discontinue and require minimum score on the ACT for graduation.
Analysis:
284. HB 284
Not Rated
Pecan Harvesting Law; revise penalties for violating.
Analysis:
285. HB 285
Not Rated
Certificate of title; remove requirement for applicant to file a bond or deposit of cash as a condition of issuance.
Analysis:
286. HB 286
Not Rated
Cemeteries; authorize to disinter and reinter dead human remains for next of kin instructions.
Analysis:
287. HB 287
Not Rated
Drug Intervention Courts; standardize references.
Analysis:
288. HB 288
Not Rated
Crimininal investigators; increase salary of.
Analysis:
289. HB 289
Not Rated
State assessments; deposit certain into designated special funds instead of General Fund.
Analysis:
290. HB 290
Not Rated
Pre-trial Intervention; prohibit certain amount of public embezzlement for.
Analysis:
291. HB 291
Not Rated
'Mississippi Unmanned Aircraft Systems Act of 2021'; create.
Analysis:
292. HB 292
Not Rated
Asset forfeiture proceeds; clarify use is for increase in law enforcement budget.
Analysis:
293. HB 293
Not Rated
Indigent appeals; revise certain provisions.
Analysis:
294. HB 294
Not Rated
Hospices; delete repealer on authority for prescribing certain drugs without in-person visit with a patient.
Analysis:
295. HB 295
Not Rated
Home health services; authorize nurse practitioners and physician assistants to order and certify.
Analysis:
296. HB 296
Not Rated
Hospice licensure; extend moratorium on and authorize issuance of 2 pediatric palliative care licenses.
Analysis:
297. HB 297
Not Rated
Dialysis facilities; nursing homes shall allow to provide mobile services on site to their patients.
Analysis:
298. HB 298
Not Rated
'The Lonnie Blue Safety Act'; create to regulate vehicular pursuits.
Analysis:
299. HB 299
Not Rated
Property interest; conveyance to married individuals considered to create joint tenancy with right of survivorship.
Analysis:
300. HB 300
Not Rated
Bail procedures; bring forward provisions for purposes of amendment.
Analysis:
301. HB 301
Not Rated
EMTs; authorize to deny service to nonemergency when needed for an emergency.
Analysis:
302. HB 302
Not Rated
Community schools; authorize implementation under the administration of a District Innovation.
Analysis:
303. HB 303
Not Rated
Citizens for Economic Development Act; create.
Analysis:
304. HB 304
Not Rated
Dentists; provide immunity for providing charitable and emergency services.
Analysis:
305. HB 305
Not Rated
Texting or engaging in call while driving; make a misdemeanor when not using voice-operated or hands-free device.
Analysis:
306. HB 306
Not Rated
Human Services, Department of; authorize to use a simplified reporting system for economic assistance payments.
Analysis:
307. HB 307
Not Rated
Health department; authorize certain charges for services with other agencies for operation of medical marijuana program.
Analysis:
308. HB 308
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Pike County with repair and renovation of Pike County Courthouse Complex.
Analysis:
309. HB 309
Not Rated
Department of Marine Resources Enforcement Officers' Reserve Unit; revise provisions regulating.
Analysis:
310. HB 310
Not Rated
Coordinator of Mental Health Accessibility; revise certain provisions applicable to.
Analysis:
311. HB 311
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt certain transfers of motor vehicles involving partnerships, limited liability companies and corporations.
Analysis:
312. HB 312
Not Rated
Central Market Board; abolish and transfer functions of to the Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce.
Analysis:
313. HB 313
Not Rated
Student club funds; clarify use and accounting practices by school districts.
Analysis:
314. HB 314
Not Rated
State Department of Education; permit to receive various contributions from public or private donors.
Analysis:
315. HB 315
Not Rated
Gifted education; require school districts to provide for students in Grades 7 and 8.
Analysis:
316. HB 316
Not Rated
Kindergarten-age children; require mandatory attendance under compulsory school attendance laws.
Analysis:
317. HB 317
Not Rated
National board certification annual salary supplement; remove cap on number of nurses and speech-language pathologists eligible for.
Analysis:
318. HB 318
Not Rated
Community mental health centers; provide that health insurers may not deny the right to participate as a contract provider.
Analysis:
319. HB 319
Not Rated
DPS; make revision to gun permit residency requirement and certain driver's license petitions for review.
Analysis:
320. HB 320
Not Rated
Perpetual care cemeteries; authorize counties and cities to clean property of those not properly maintained.
Analysis:
321. HB 321
Not Rated
Student residency requirements; require State Board of Education to adopt uniform policy to be implemented by school boards.
Analysis:
322. HB 322
Not Rated
Bonds; create rural counties and municipalities cellular and broadband grant program and authorize issuance of bonds.
Analysis:
323. HB 323
Not Rated
Travel Insurance Act of 2021; create.
Analysis:
324. HB 324
Not Rated
Counties; authorize to offer Medicare eligible county employees supplemental benefits if employees secure Medicare in lieu of using county insurance.
Analysis:
325. HB 325
Not Rated
Nonadmitted policy fee; delete repealer on and revise distribution of.
Analysis:
326. HB 326
Not Rated
Mississippi Surplus Lines Association; authorize Commissioner of Insurance to have excess funds of transferred to the State General Fund.
Analysis:
327. HB 327
Not Rated
Comprehensive Hurricane Damage Mitigation Program; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
328. HB 328
Not Rated
State and Interstate highways; authorize Mississippi Transportation Commission and counties to contract for counties to maintain.
Analysis:
329. HB 329
Not Rated
Rural fire truck acquisition assistance programs; bring forward code sections for possible amendmnent.
Analysis:
330. HB 330
Not Rated
Uninsured motorist coverage law; revise to prohibit insurance policy from paying certain losses if another insurance policy must pay for such.
Analysis:
331. HB 331
Not Rated
Professional employer organizations; provide for registration and regulation by the Insurance Department.
Analysis:
332. HB 332
Not Rated
Nonadmitted policy fee; revise distribution of and delete repealer on.
Analysis:
333. HB 333
Not Rated
Mississippi Statutory Thresholds for Settlement Involving Minors Act; create.
Analysis:
334. HB 334
Not Rated
PERS; no retiree shall receive allowance from while under contract with state agency as a consultant or advisor.
Analysis:
335. HB 335
Not Rated
Headlights; require to be used whenever windshield wipers necessitated.
Analysis:
336. HB 336
Not Rated
Motor fuel taxes; bring forward certain sections.
Analysis:
337. HB 337
Not Rated
Property lien; burden placed on third party whose fraudulent activity related to the incurring of debt without the knowledge of the property owner resulted in.
Analysis:
338. HB 338
Not Rated
Abortion; provide that inducing or performing is unlawful.
Analysis:
339. HB 339
Not Rated
State employees; provide for 3% increase in compensation for each of the next 4 fiscal years.
Analysis:
340. HB 340
Not Rated
Patient Choice Act of 2021; create.
Analysis:
341. HB 341
Not Rated
Motor carrier safety improvements; prohibit consideration of deployment of in determining an individual's employment status with motor carrier.
Analysis:
342. HB 342
Not Rated
MAEP; determine cost of using average daily membership (ADM) in lieu of ADA.
Analysis:
343. HB 343
Not Rated
Minimum wage; establish and provide for increases in.
Analysis:
344. HB 344
Not Rated
Nonlicensed teachers; authorize local school districts to employ certain number to fill core subject area positions.
Analysis:
345. HB 345
Not Rated
Early voting; authorize for 20 days before the election.
Analysis:
346. HB 346
Not Rated
Prohibition against bullying in schools; revise definitions and include cyberbullying.
Analysis:
347. HB 347
Not Rated
Sentencing review; authorize upon petition of a district attorney.
Analysis:
348. HB 348
Not Rated
Voter registration application; require to be processed within ten days of deadline and give applicant opportunity to cure.
Analysis:
349. HB 349
Not Rated
No-excuse absentee voting; authorize for any qualified voter who votes in person at the office of the registrar.
Analysis:
350. HB 350
Not Rated
Certificate of rehabilitation; authorize those convicted in another state to apply for a.
Analysis:
351. HB 351
Not Rated
Law enforcement; provide for and amend various laws regarding.
Analysis:
352. HB 352
Not Rated
Home inspector license; require applicants to undergo certain background checks.
Analysis:
353. HB 353
Not Rated
Hate crimes; revise delineation of victim.
Analysis:
354. HB 354
Not Rated
Municipal judges; authorize to order a defendant to remedy real property ordinance violations within a reasonable time period.
Analysis:
355. HB 355
Not Rated
Department of Health; give authority to levy and collect fee on sales of medical marijuana.
Analysis:
356. HB 356
Not Rated
Child abuse reports; expand immunity for making to include persons participating in resulting investigations.
Analysis:
357. HB 357
Not Rated
Bonding requirement for county purchase clerk; increase.
Analysis:
358. HB 358
Not Rated
Bonding requirement for school purchasing agents; increase.
Analysis:
359. HB 359
Not Rated
Municipalities with a certain population; allow to establish overdue water/sewer bill programs.
Analysis:
360. HB 360
Not Rated
Nursing facilities; require initial assessment of patients by a physician within 10 days after admission.
Analysis:
361. HB 361
Not Rated
MS Achievement School District; specify use of funds for the benefit of local school district of funds' origin.
Analysis:
362. HB 362
Not Rated
Railroad crossings; require MDOT to review all passive crossings to determine if any are particularly dangerous.
Analysis:
363. HB 363
Not Rated
Marijuana possession; revise as civil penalty.
Analysis:
364. HB 364
Not Rated
Schools in district transformation; prohibit mandatory consolidation if progressing toward termination of district transformation status.
Analysis:
365. HB 365
Not Rated
Blue; designate as the state color.
Analysis:
366. HB 366
Not Rated
Minimum wage; establish at $10.00 and set requirements for exemptions and overtime.
Analysis:
367. HB 367
Not Rated
Statewide Assessment Program; require the SBE to use ACT as summative assessment.
Analysis:
368. HB 368
Not Rated
Newborn screening program; include spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) in those conditions covered in.
Analysis:
369. HB 369
Not Rated
Mississippi Emergency Communications Act; create.
Analysis:
370. HB 370
Not Rated
Public purchasing laws; exempt purchase of nonadopted and adopted textbooks by MDE for nonpubilc schools.
Analysis:
371. HB 371
Not Rated
Licensed school employees and administrators; suspend license for one year for breach of contract or abandonment of employment.
Analysis:
372. HB 372
Not Rated
Appropriation; Town of Edwards for funding the town Youth Enrichment Program.
Analysis:
373. HB 373
Not Rated
Appropriation; Town of Utica for establishing a senior day care center.
Analysis:
374. HB 374
Neutral
Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize issuance to supporters of Mississippi Theatre Association, Inc.
Analysis:
375. HB 375
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of gold, silver, platinum and palladium bullion.
Analysis:
376. HB 376
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of precious metals bullion.
Analysis:
377. HB 377
Not Rated
Pawnbroker transactions; define transactional information for purposes of.
Analysis:
378. HB 378
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of headquarters building for Department of Public Safety.
Analysis:
379. HB 379
Not Rated
Certificate of Rehabilitation; expand authorization to other groups.
Analysis:
380. HB 380
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with improvements to the Pete Brown Golf Course.
Analysis:
381. HB 381
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of a multi-user aerostrip at Stennis International Airport in Hancock County.
Analysis:
382. HB 382
Not Rated
Chronic wasting disease; revise requirements for testing of white-tailed deer harvested within enclosures.
Analysis:
383. HB 383
Not Rated
National Board Certified teachers; provide additional annual salary supplement to those employed in Walthall County.
Analysis:
384. HB 384
Not Rated
School bus drivers; require to be first aid and CPR trained and certified.
Analysis:
385. HB 385
Not Rated
Arbitration clause; considered nonbinding in certain contracts.
Analysis:
386. HB 386
Not Rated
Boards of Education; require those in districts having a mayor-council form of government to be elected.
Analysis:
387. HB 387
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of building for School of Public Health at Jackson State University.
Analysis:
388. HB 388
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds to assist JSU with Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Program.
Analysis:
389. HB 389
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with removal and demolition of certain dilapidated and blighted properties.
Analysis:
390. HB 390
Not Rated
Life insurance; authorize funeral services provider to obtain certain information within two business days.
Analysis:
391. HB 391
Not Rated
Breastfeeding; authorize distribution of statewide info to support breastfeeding in public places.
Analysis:
392. HB 392
Not Rated
Exceptional children; require school districts to develop policy for the discipline of.
Analysis:
393. HB 393
Not Rated
Seventh Circuit Court District; authorize additional judges.
Analysis:
394. HB 394
Not Rated
Scholastic year; increase number of days for schools with an accountability rating of 'D' or 'F.'
Analysis:
395. HB 395
Not Rated
Disabled person's vehicle tag; remove requirement for physician's certification for annual renewal.
Analysis:
396. HB 396
Not Rated
Conjugal visits; require Department of Corrections to provide for married inmates.
Analysis:
397. HB 397
Not Rated
Public schools; clarify authority of local law enforcement agencies to prevent and investigate crimes on property of.
Analysis:
398. HB 398
Not Rated
Case plans for inmates who committed violent offenses; require certain programs be placed within.
Analysis:
399. HB 399
Not Rated
Case plans for nonviolent inmates; require certain programs be placed within.
Analysis:
400. HB 400
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist the Jackson Municipal Airport Authority with purchasing fire service equipment.
Analysis:
401. HB 401
Not Rated
Mandatory minimum sentences for crimes committed by offenders; revise which offenders are eligible for.
Analysis:
402. HB 402
Not Rated
Country of Origin Labels; clarify labeling of covered commodities.
Analysis:
403. HB 403
Not Rated
Credit reports; prohibit release of information unless authorized by the consumer.
Analysis:
404. HB 404
Not Rated
Body-worn cameras; prohibit law enforcement from recreating past activities with.
Analysis:
405. HB 405
Not Rated
Tax Returns Uniformly Made Public Act; create.
Analysis:
406. HB 406
Not Rated
License plates for disabled individuals; revise various provisions relating to.
Analysis:
407. HB 407
Not Rated
Voting systems; require those purchased to be able to scan actual ballot.
Analysis:
408. HB 408
Not Rated
Mississippi Prison Industries; require to pay inmates federal minimum wage for inmate labor.
Analysis:
409. HB 409
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; require implementation of an Extended Family Visitation Program for eligible offenders.
Analysis:
410. HB 410
Not Rated
Auto insurance; not invalidated by intentional acts of insured.
Analysis:
411. HB 411
Not Rated
Irlen Syndrome; require screening for and districts to provide reasonable accommodations for students with.
Analysis:
412. HB 412
Not Rated
Autopsies; create 'Jenna's Law' to require autopsies to include inquiring about whether death was result of seizure or epilepsy.
Analysis:
413. HB 413
Not Rated
Mississippi Gospel Music Trail; authorize MDA Division of Tourism to establish program and historical markers for.
Analysis:
414. HB 414
Not Rated
School transportation; authorize motor vehicles other than buses for small groups of students traveling to school activities.
Analysis:
415. HB 415
Not Rated
Compulsory School Attendance Law; rename as the 'Kindergarten Increases Diplomas (KIDs) Act,' and lower compulsory age to five years.
Analysis:
416. HB 416
Not Rated
Charter school payments; require school districts to pay local funds due on a monthly basis.
Analysis:
417. HB 417
Not Rated
National Board Certified teachers; include those employed in Hinds County as eligible for additional supplement.
Analysis:
418. HB 418
Not Rated
Physical therapists; delete requirement for physician referral before performing services.
Analysis:
419. HB 419
Not Rated
Physical therapy practice laws; revise various provisions of.
Analysis:
420. HB 420
Not Rated
Conditions of probation; clarify that courts may provide certain treatment for veterans when placed on probation.
Analysis:
421. HB 421
Not Rated
Fresh Start Act; revise certain portions of and authorize practice of medicine of dentistry after certain expungement.
Analysis:
422. HB 422
Not Rated
Corporal punishment; prohibit administration of in public and charter schools for disciplinary matters.
Analysis:
423. HB 423
Not Rated
Harvest reporting program; require the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks to create for white-tailed deer and wild turkey.
Analysis:
424. HB 424
Not Rated
Memorial highway; designate entire segment of MS Highway 44 in Marion County as the 'T.L. Wallace Memorial Highway.'
Analysis:
425. HB 425
Good Policy
Ad valorem tax; revise certain provisions regarding when an application for change of property assessment may be made.
Analysis: Allows assessors the ability to use knowledge of unique property circumstances to change, cancel, or decrease the tax assessment. This bill allows greater flexibility for ensuring taxes are assessed correctly. *This bill brings forward numerous code sections. This action requires greater scrutiny of this bill as it moves through the legislative process. Code sections “brought forward" are opened up for amending. Significant deviations from this bill's initial intent due to language changes made at any time during the legislative process may result in its policy rating being changed if such deviations violate the principles of the Mississippi Center for Public Policy.
426. HB 426
Not Rated
'MS Educator Dyslexia Awareness Act of 2021'; enact to require certain instruction and training for license renewal.
Analysis:
427. HB 427
Not Rated
'Trauma-Informed Discipline Practices Act; enact to establish procedures to assess and mediate effects of traumatic events in schools.
Analysis:
428. HB 428
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Columbus with certain road and street improvements.
Analysis:
429. HB 429
Not Rated
Contracts; authorize persons eighteen years of age or older to enter into for the purpose of investing in mutual funds.
Analysis:
430. HB 430
Not Rated
Delinquent county garbage fees; provide nonrenewal of driver's licenses for nonpayment.
Analysis:
431. HB 431
Not Rated
Hunting regulation changes; require Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks to provide notice.
Analysis:
432. HB 432
Not Rated
End-of-course tests; eliminate passing score as graduation requirement and exempt from accountability ratings for four years.
Analysis:
433. HB 433
Not Rated
Public and private schools; require all employees to annually receive flu vaccine.
Analysis:
434. HB 434
Not Rated
Public and private schools; require all employees to be tested annually for tuberculosis.
Analysis:
435. HB 435
Not Rated
Spouse and children of first responders killed in the line of duty; provide scholarship for attendance at postsecondary institutions.
Analysis:
436. HB 436
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist with repair and renovation of the Rosenwald School in Marshall County.
Analysis:
437. HB 437
Not Rated
Public and private schools; require proper hand washing materials in all restrooms.
Analysis:
438. HB 438
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Holly Springs with construction of a wellness and aquatics center.
Analysis:
439. HB 439
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Holly Springs with improvements to Mississippi Highway 178.
Analysis:
440. HB 440
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Holly Springs with restoration of former Holly Springs Water and Light Plant Building.
Analysis:
441. HB 441
Not Rated
Appropriation; City of Holly Springs for widening a road for the Springs Industrial Park.
Analysis:
442. HB 442
Not Rated
Sales tax; divert an additional amount to municipalities to be used to fund infrastructure projects.
Analysis:
443. HB 443
Not Rated
Code-charter municipality governing authorities; may delegate duties related to personnel actions.
Analysis:
444. HB 444
Not Rated
Elections; establish procedure for automatic registration of voters.
Analysis:
445. HB 445
Not Rated
Private correctional facilities contractor; must have ability to use local vendors when providing services to offenders.
Analysis:
446. HB 446
Not Rated
Tax credits; authorize for employers of convicted felons.
Analysis:
447. HB 447
Not Rated
Local governments capital improvements revolving loan program; include municipal natural gas facilities.
Analysis:
448. HB 448
Not Rated
Case plans for inmates who committed capital offenses; require certain programs be placed within.
Analysis:
449. HB 449
Not Rated
Left lane; prohibit use of hand-held mobile telephones while driving in.
Analysis:
450. HB 450
Not Rated
Landowners Protection Act; repeal.
Analysis:
451. HB 451
Not Rated
Voting rights; restore upon satisfaction of all sentencing requirements of a conviction including parole but not probation.
Analysis:
452. HB 452
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; allow holders of package retailer's permits to sell on Sunday.
Analysis:
453. HB 453
Not Rated
Law enforcement officers; allow off-duty use of official vehicles while performing certain volunteer services in off-duty hours.
Analysis:
454. HB 454
Not Rated
ETV; Legislature not appropriate general funds to after fiscal year 2022, use funds for teacher salaries.
Analysis:
455. HB 455
Not Rated
Teacher licensure; provide to certain individuals with a minimum of ten years experience in public school districts or certain nonpublic schools.
Analysis:
456. HB 456
Not Rated
English language learners; increase funding to districts with 20% or more enrolled student population comprised of.
Analysis:
457. HB 457
Not Rated
Mississippi English Language Learners Scholarship Program; create.
Analysis:
458. HB 458
Not Rated
English language learners; require waivers of accountability for districts with 25% of enrollment being.
Analysis:
459. HB 459
Not Rated
Transportation funding; authorize public-private partnerships to include naming rights.
Analysis:
460. HB 460
Not Rated
Trooper training class; require Legislature to appropriate funds in 2021 and 2022 sessions to defray expenses of.
Analysis:
461. HB 461
Not Rated
Sales tax; create diversion to counties.
Analysis:
462. HB 462
Not Rated
Holy Bible; designate as the official state book of Mississippi.
Analysis:
463. HB 463
Not Rated
Land sold for nonpayment of ad valorem taxes; provide that constables may serve notice of, increase fee paid to sheriff/constable serving notice.
Analysis:
464. HB 464
Not Rated
Parole board; revise notification time frame given to offender's victim for offender release and remove certain prohibition.
Analysis:
465. HB 465
Not Rated
Compassionate Parole Eligibility Act of 2021; create.
Analysis:
466. HB 466
Not Rated
Inmate Welfare Fund; require DOC to expend unused portions of the fund on reentry purposes.
Analysis:
467. HB 467
Not Rated
Officer-involved deaths; require investigation by Mississippi Bureau of Investigations.
Analysis:
468. HB 468
Not Rated
Bail procedures; revise.
Analysis:
469. HB 469
Not Rated
MS Real Estate Commission; authorize an appeal to act as a supersedeas and to stay any rule or decision until resolved.
Analysis:
470. HB 470
Not Rated
MDA Job Training Grant Fund; repeal and transfer monies into North Mississippi Workforce Development and Training Fund.
Analysis:
471. HB 471
Not Rated
Immunity for law enforcement officers; authorize when claimant is convicted for resisting arrest.
Analysis:
472. HB 472
Not Rated
Teacher licensure; revise alternate route to allow certain individuals to receive.
Analysis:
473. HB 473
Not Rated
Motor vehicle license plates; allow reuse from one vehicle to another vehicle under certain conditions.
Analysis:
474. HB 474
Not Rated
Home schooled students; authorize participation in therapy services available through local school district.
Analysis:
475. HB 475
Not Rated
School Immunization; authorize exemption from requirements for religous beliefs.
Analysis:
476. HB 476
Not Rated
Mississippi Adult Health and Privacy Act; create.
Analysis:
477. HB 477
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt certain sales of tangible personal property and services to churches.
Analysis:
478. HB 478
Not Rated
Appraisal management company; remove ninety-day exception to prohibition on removing appraisers from appraisal panel of an.
Analysis:
479. HB 479
Not Rated
Pseudoephedrine and ephedrine; authorize sales and purchase of certain products containing without a prescription.
Analysis:
480. HB 480
Not Rated
Driver's license; require Department of Public Safety to allow official identifying document of MDOC to suffice for.
Analysis:
481. HB 481
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Rail Authority of East Mississippi with certain costs associated with East Mississippi Intermodal Rail Corridor.
Analysis:
482. HB 482
Not Rated
Adverse possession; require possessor to notify chancery clerk before title vests.
Analysis:
483. HB 483
Not Rated
Court-ordered restitution, certain; require payment of victim first before court costs/fines are disbursed to court.
Analysis:
484. HB 484
Not Rated
Tax sales; require conveyances of land to be subject to recorded easements.
Analysis:
485. HB 485
Not Rated
Real property; right of first refusal expires on grantee's death unless specifically stated otherwise.
Analysis:
486. HB 486
Not Rated
Timber products; revise time during which vehicles transporting may operate.
Analysis:
487. HB 487
Not Rated
County and public libraries; repeal certain provisions related to.
Analysis:
488. HB 488
Not Rated
Libraries; authorize use of debit and credit cards.
Analysis:
489. HB 489
Not Rated
School athletic trainers; provide annual salary supplement for those acquiring national certification.
Analysis:
490. HB 490
Not Rated
Law enforcement, firefighters and emergency medical technicians; provide enhanced penalties for misdemeanors, felony and shootings of unarmed victims.
Analysis:
491. HB 491
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds for the Emergency Road and Bridge Repair Fund.
Analysis:
492. HB 492
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Dynamic Dyslexia Design; The 3-D School and Evaluation Center with construction of a new building.
Analysis:
493. HB 493
Not Rated
Counties and municipalities; authorize to offer Medicare eligible employee benefits when employees secures Medicare under certain circumstances.
Analysis:
494. HB 494
Not Rated
Daylight Saving Time; observe year-round if federal law is amended to allow it.
Analysis:
495. HB 495
Not Rated
Rural Fire Truck Acquisition Assistance Program; authorize an additional round for counties and municipalities.
Analysis:
496. HB 496
Not Rated
Sales tax; reduce rate on retail sales of motorcycles.
Analysis:
497. HB 497
Not Rated
Appropriation; Rural Fire Truck Fund for additional round of trucks under Acquisition Assistance Program.
Analysis:
498. HB 498
Not Rated
Municipalities 'home rule'; prohibit governing authorities from regulating immediate vicinity of health care facilities under certain circumstances.
Analysis:
499. HB 499
Not Rated
Qualified equity investment tax credits; extend authority of Mississippi Development Authority to allocate.
Analysis:
500. HB 500
Not Rated
Mississippi Home Corporation; extend reverter on authority to issue a certain amount of bonds.
Analysis:
501. HB 501
Not Rated
Education waivers; provide for schools relative to the Statewide Testing Program; accountability ratings and Literacy-Based Promotion assessments.
Analysis:
502. HB 502
Not Rated
Assistant Teacher Forgivable Loan Program; revise to increase financial assistance to those pursuing teacher licensure.
Analysis:
503. HB 503
Not Rated
Right to vote; restore automatically once a person has completed all sentencing requirements.
Analysis:
504. HB 504
Not Rated
Commission on School Accreditation; clarify membership composition.
Analysis:
505. HB 505
Not Rated
Mississippi Broadband Accessibility Act; create.
Analysis:
506. HB 506
Not Rated
Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; exempt tag for supporters of Thomas E. Edwards High School from minimum purchase requirement.
Analysis:
507. HB 507
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Pearl with construction of a bridge.
Analysis:
508. HB 508
Neutral
Department of Revenue; allow retiring law enforcement officer of to retain issued sidearm.
Analysis:
509. HB 509
Good Policy
Unemployment compensation; allow withholding of state income tax.
Analysis: While it would probably be in the best interest of the taxpayers to not have unemployment compensation be subject to further taxes, this bill allows for the tax deduction to be made on the front end of the payment.
510. HB 510
Neutral
Motor vehicle certificate of title; limit period for which Department of Revenue must retain.
Analysis: While the intent of this bill seeks to decrease the amount of time the Department of Revenue is required to keep Certificate of Titles on file, the potential unintended consequences could result in decreased government efficiency involving applications to transfer one’s existing vehicle title to an Antique Auto tag which requires vehicles be at least 20 years old. When making changes to existing statute it is imperative that specific amounts of time referenced do not conflict with other section of applicable code and/or administrative rules.
511. HB 511
Bad Policy
Amusement ride operating permit decal; revise period for issuance.
Analysis: This bill amends the issuing period for amusement ride decals in a way that adds unnecessary restrictions to business operations. In addition, the specific changes are in direct conflict with existing language in the statute which could potentially result in increased government inefficiency. *See lines 11-12 & lines 30-32 in the Strike-Through version of the bill
512. HB 512
Bad Policy
ABC agents/inspectors; revise certain provisions regarding powers of.
Analysis: This bill seeks to expand the power of ABC agents by removing code wording that explicitly states that nothing in the section shall be construed as granting agents and inspectors of the alcoholic beverage control division general police powers. The current actions of ABC are already wildly beyond the intended scope of government and thus deserves to be curtailed not expanded.
513. HB 513
Not Rated
Nonpublic schools; authorize those accredited by a regional agency to use criminal background check procedures as public schools.
Analysis:
514. HB 514
Good Policy
Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property or services to DeafBlind Community of Mississippi, Inc.
Analysis: This bill gives sales tax exemptions to the DeafBlind Community of Mississippi. Ideally, all Mississippi citizens would be given similar tax reductions, but this is a fine move that marginally reduces the tax authority of the state.
515. HB 515
Not Rated
Council on the Prevention of School Shootings; create to develop center in A.G.'s office to monitor online activity.
Analysis:
516. HB 516
Bad Policy
Department of Revenue; allow department appraisers to receive certain pay increases upon completing certain training.
Analysis: This is a back door attempt to approve mass pay increase for county tax assessors and their employees.
517. HB 517
Not Rated
Mississippi Remote Worker Grant Program; create to recruit certain workers to Mississippi.
Analysis:
518. HB 518
Bad Policy
Department of Revenue; authorize to create wholesale to retail accountability program.
Analysis: This bill expands the power of the Department of Revenue and forces individuals to spend more time cataloging and recording information about sales of candy, food, and nonalcoholic beverages to the DoR. In a time when small businesses are struggling, why would the state attempt to place additional burdens on individuals? Ultimately, as with so much of the legislature's focus, this is an effort to ensure that the government is taking as much money from private citizens as it can.
519. HB 519
Good Policy
Motor vehicle license tags; remove requirement for apportioned vehicles to have decal with expiration month/year on tag.
Analysis: This bill eliminates the requirement to physically place new decals on apportioned vehicles every year. The government should continually find new ways to reduce waste and unnecessary requirements placed on businesses and individuals.
520. HB 520
Not Rated
Use tax; revise certain provisions regarding funds distributed to municipalities/counties for road improvements.
Analysis:
521. HB 521
Not Rated
DOC discharge plans; require explanation of disenfranchising crimes and opportunity for certain offenders to register to vote.
Analysis:
522. HB 522
Not Rated
Mental health screenings and assessments; require in all public schools.
Analysis:
523. HB 523
Not Rated
State Correctional Facilities Monitoring Unit; establish.
Analysis:
524. HB 524
Not Rated
Medical records; require health care provider to timely provide to patients after receiving request for.
Analysis:
525. HB 525
Not Rated
Corrections omnibus bill; enact.
Analysis:
526. HB 526
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds to school districts for vocational education improvements.
Analysis:
527. HB 527
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property or services to Itawamba Crossroads Ranch, Inc.
Analysis:
528. HB 528
Not Rated
Appropriations; Department of Education for administering ACT WorkKeys Assessment to all career and technical education students.
Analysis:
529. HB 529
Not Rated
Accountability rating system; revise to provide for method of accommodating certain students with cognitive disabilities and dropouts.
Analysis:
530. HB 530
Not Rated
Licenses tags, certain utility trailers; will be the same size as tags for motorcycles.
Analysis:
531. HB 531
Not Rated
Mississippi Workforce Development Study Committee; create.
Analysis:
532. HB 532
Not Rated
U.S. History end-of-course subject area test; remove requirement for the administration for purpose of graduation.
Analysis:
533. HB 533
Not Rated
Ad valorem tax; exempt motor homes and trailers.
Analysis:
534. HB 534
Not Rated
Electric/hybrid vehicle tax; repeal sections of law authorizing.
Analysis:
535. HB 535
Not Rated
Hypodermic syringes or needles; unlawful to sell, obtain, purchase or possess as a direct consumer without a written prescription.
Analysis:
536. HB 536
Not Rated
Mississippi Department of Employment Security; revise various provisions regarding authority of.
Analysis:
537. HB 537
Not Rated
Cell phones and certain other contraband; provide enhanced penalities for offenders and correctional employees.
Analysis:
538. HB 538
Not Rated
'Criminal endangerment of a child'; create crime of.
Analysis:
539. HB 539
Not Rated
Career and technical education; revise curriculum, instructor license requirements and certain assessments.
Analysis:
540. HB 540
Not Rated
State Department of Education; require to conduct sampling of material used on the U.S. History end-of-course assessment.
Analysis:
541. HB 541
Not Rated
Children of school employees; allow to attend school in district of parent's or legal guardian's employ.
Analysis:
542. HB 542
Not Rated
Online Career-track Program; authorize school districts to create and accept out-of-district students for enrollment in.
Analysis:
543. HB 543
Not Rated
Voter identification; clarify that only Mississippi driver's license shall be acceptable license.
Analysis:
544. HB 544
Not Rated
Stop Social Media Censorship Act; create.
Analysis:
545. HB 545
Not Rated
Cell site simulator device; require law enforcement agencies to obtain warrant before using.
Analysis:
546. HB 546
Not Rated
Agriculture appreciation; require to be incorporated into curriculum of public colleges and universities.
Analysis:
547. HB 547
Not Rated
State property urban farms; authorize state agencies to dispose of unneeded real property for cultivation and sale of fresh produce.
Analysis:
548. HB 548
Not Rated
Elections; prohibit use of word 're-elect' unless for person who is current incumbent of the office sought.
Analysis:
549. HB 549
Not Rated
Bonds; create small municipalities security cameras and equipment grant program and authorize bonds to provide funds.
Analysis:
550. HB 550
Not Rated
Intermediate driver's license; delete all references to.
Analysis:
551. HB 551
Not Rated
Driver's license; require Department of Public Safety to allow official identifying document of MDOC to suffice for.
Analysis:
552. HB 552
Not Rated
Electronic tracking devices; prohibit tracking of another person's vehicle.
Analysis:
553. HB 553
Not Rated
County coroners; authorize to contract with a private pathologist to perform autopsies.
Analysis:
554. HB 554
Not Rated
Sexting by minors; provide as a delinquent misdemeanor act.
Analysis:
555. HB 555
Not Rated
Mineral interests; revert to surface owner after certain period of time.
Analysis:
556. HB 556
Not Rated
16th Section lands; authorize local school boards to enter into public or private contracts for sale of forestry products grown on.
Analysis:
557. HB 557
Not Rated
Nonadjudication; authorize completion of workforce training or similar training as an option for.
Analysis:
558. HB 558
Not Rated
Wiretapping; authorize state and local law enforcement to use for human trafficking.
Analysis:
559. HB 559
Not Rated
Public schools; require toll-free number for reporting abuse and neglect to be posted in all.
Analysis:
560. HB 560
Not Rated
Agriculture Market Reports; require the Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce to develop and publish for distribution.
Analysis:
561. HB 561
Not Rated
Identity theft; establish procedure for victim to have debt forgiven and credit reports purged.
Analysis:
562. HB 562
Not Rated
Cottage food products; delete prohibition on the Internet sale of.
Analysis:
563. HB 563
Not Rated
Child care facilities, licensed; require to purchase and maintain a certain minimum amount of liability insurance.
Analysis:
564. HB 564
Not Rated
Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law; bring for certain section of.
Analysis:
565. HB 565
Not Rated
Mississippi Center for Legal Services Corporation Fund; create and provide for a new fee to be deposited into.
Analysis:
566. HB 566
Not Rated
MS Center for Legal Services; require $15.00 collected from criminal and civil actions to be remitted to.
Analysis:
567. HB 567
Not Rated
Civil Legal Assistance Fund; specify funding to from certain sources.
Analysis:
568. HB 568
Not Rated
Reports of suspected abuse; require persons who make to Child Protection Services and DHS to give their name and contact information.
Analysis:
569. HB 569
Not Rated
Firearms; revise limits placed on counties and municipalities to regulate.
Analysis:
570. HB 570
Not Rated
Cremation; prohibit until approved by county medical examiner.
Analysis:
571. HB 571
Not Rated
Early voting; authorize for 14 days before the election.
Analysis:
572. HB 572
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of 'qualified resort area' under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.
Analysis:
573. HB 573
Not Rated
Bridges and culverts; revise laws regarding.
Analysis:
574. HB 574
Not Rated
Income tax, gasoline and diesel fuel excise taxes; revise rates of.
Analysis:
575. HB 575
Not Rated
Teacher licensure; authorize SDE to issue Nontraditional Teaching Route - Standard License to certain individuals with advanced degrees.
Analysis:
576. HB 576
Not Rated
Local System Bridge Replacement & Rehabilitation Fund; revise allocation formula.
Analysis:
577. HB 577
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; allow direct sales and shipments of wine to be made to residents in this state.
Analysis:
578. HB 578
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; allow direct sales and shipments of wine to be made to residents in this state.
Analysis:
579. HB 579
Not Rated
Motor carrier regulation; update and streamline.
Analysis:
580. HB 580
Not Rated
County and cities; authorize use of law enforcement escorts for athletic teams attending school-related activities.
Analysis:
581. HB 581
Not Rated
The Sexual Assault Response For College Students Act; create.
Analysis:
582. HB 582
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL for support of certain agriculture research and extension programs at Alcorn State University.
Analysis:
583. HB 583
Not Rated
Appropriations; IHL for enhancing stem-related facilities and programs at Alcorn State University.
Analysis:
584. HB 584
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL for certain agriculture research and extension capital projects at Alcorn State University.
Analysis:
585. HB 585
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for various Alcorn State University projects.
Analysis:
586. HB 586
Not Rated
Statewide Elections Management System; compare to certain identification databases to ensure non-U.S. citizens are not registered to vote.
Analysis:
587. HB 587
Not Rated
Breastfeeding professionals; provide for licensure of by State Department of Health.
Analysis:
588. HB 588
Not Rated
Mississippi On-Farm Sales and Food Freedom Act; create.
Analysis:
589. HB 589
Not Rated
Local Taxation and Tax Extension Authority Act; create.
Analysis:
590. HB 590
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; revise policy of state regarding prohibition of.
Analysis:
591. HB 591
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; increase maximum number of package retailer's permits a person may own.
Analysis:
592. HB 592
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; authorize the sale of wine at grocery stores.
Analysis:
593. HB 593
Not Rated
Children's records; authorize release with parental consent to the Legislature.
Analysis:
594. HB 594
Not Rated
Coastal Wetlands Protection Act; revise definitions to include 'ordinary high water mark'.
Analysis:
595. HB 595
Not Rated
Appointed state officers; provide for the removal of for certain forms of willful neglect.
Analysis:
596. HB 596
Not Rated
Foreign judgment; authorize courts to consider due process and fraud issues.
Analysis:
597. HB 597
Not Rated
Uninsured motorist coverage; provide that limits will be equal to liability coverage unless insured selects otherwise.
Analysis:
598. HB 598
Not Rated
Uninsured motorist coverage; provide that coverage is mandatory in every automobile liability insurance policy.
Analysis:
599. HB 599
Not Rated
Motor vehicle liability insurance policy; require to include medical payment coverage.
Analysis:
600. HB 600
Not Rated
Workers' compensation; require emergency hearing upon request of either party.
Analysis:
601. HB 601
Not Rated
Civil Legal Assistance Fund; provide for an assessment to be used for.
Analysis:
602. HB 602
Not Rated
Mississippi Access to Care Act; create.
Analysis:
603. HB 603
Not Rated
Local and private bills proposing to extend local tax for second time; require direct referendum.
Analysis:
604. HB 604
Not Rated
Firearms; clarify licensing procedure.
Analysis:
605. HB 605
Not Rated
Appeal from judgment by a county or municipal authority; revise standard of construction for determining constitutionality.
Analysis:
606. HB 606
Not Rated
Seizure and forfeiture; prohibit waiver of forfeiture and revise standard of proof.
Analysis:
607. HB 607
Not Rated
Seizure and forfeiture; require conviction and establish in relation to certain criminal.
Analysis:
608. HB 608
Not Rated
Stun gun; remove the term from the prohibited firearms category.
Analysis:
609. HB 609
Not Rated
Public purchasing law; exempt procurement of certain aircraft by state institutions of higher learning from.
Analysis:
610. HB 610
Not Rated
Medicaid; eligible pregnant women shall remain eligible for maternal care services for 12 months after end of pregnancy.
Analysis:
611. HB 611
Not Rated
Kratom; regulate the sale, distribution and preparation of.
Analysis:
612. HB 612
Not Rated
County prosecutor; authorize to represent clients outside the county.
Analysis:
613. HB 613
Not Rated
Medicaid; revise certain provisions regarding managed care providers and payments during appeals.
Analysis:
614. HB 614
Not Rated
Medicaid; restrict frequency of managed care organizations transferring enrollees to other organizations.
Analysis:
615. HB 615
Not Rated
DUI suspension; clarify how the 120 days are counted.
Analysis:
616. HB 616
Not Rated
Physical therapists; not required to have prior work experience to work at PPEC center.
Analysis:
617. HB 617
Not Rated
State Department of Education; develop central reporting system for school district data mandated by U.S. Department of Education.
Analysis:
618. HB 618
Not Rated
DPS; require to establish training component relating to autism spectrum disorder.
Analysis:
619. HB 619
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with improvements to Eubanks Creek.
Analysis:
620. HB 620
Not Rated
'Mississippi Correctional Safety and Rehabilitation Act of 2021'; create.
Analysis:
621. HB 621
Not Rated
Tuition waiver; provide for certain foster and adopted children and wards of the state to attend a state-supported IHL.
Analysis:
622. HB 622
Not Rated
Tuition waiver; provide for certain foster and adopted children and wards of the state to attend community or junior colleges.
Analysis:
623. HB 623
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL board for cost of waiving tuition at IHLs for certain foster children and adopted children.
Analysis:
624. HB 624
Not Rated
Bonds; create pilot program for grants to certain municipalities for security cameras and equipment and authorize bonds to provide funds.
Analysis:
625. HB 625
Not Rated
Law enforcement officers' sidearms; clarify retention of.
Analysis:
626. HB 626
Not Rated
Pharmacists; authorize to test for and treat certain minor, nonchronic health conditions subject to certain requirements.
Analysis:
627. HB 627
Not Rated
Redistricting; authorize Legislature to alter boundaries of counties, municipalities and school districts.
Analysis:
628. HB 628
Not Rated
Highway privilege tax; add a gross vehicle weight category for carriers of property with additional tax.
Analysis:
629. HB 629
Not Rated
Counties; may assess the cost/penalty against menaced property as a civil debt.
Analysis:
630. HB 630
Not Rated
Embezzlement; revise the list of excluded crimes for expungement.
Analysis:
631. HB 631
Not Rated
Law enforcement; allow off-duty use of official vehicles while performing security services in off-duty hours.
Analysis:
632. HB 632
Not Rated
'All Fuels Act of 2021'; establish.
Analysis:
633. HB 633
Not Rated
Computer science curriculum; require State Department of Education to implement in K-12 public schools.
Analysis:
634. HB 634
Not Rated
Firearms restriction; limit those by cities, counties and state agencies.
Analysis:
635. HB 635
Not Rated
Tanning facilities; prohibit use of by persons under 18 years old.
Analysis:
636. HB 636
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Horn Lake with purchasing two ambulances.
Analysis:
637. HB 637
Not Rated
Flood Prevention and Control Task Force; create for the City of Jackson.
Analysis:
638. HB 638
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; revise various provisions relating to distilleries.
Analysis:
639. HB 639
Not Rated
Perpetual care cemeteries, new; require certain acreage and trust fund deposit to establish.
Analysis:
640. HB 640
Not Rated
Hospitals; require to examine persons at ER with sickle cell disease symptoms within four hours after admission.
Analysis:
641. HB 641
Not Rated
Early voting; require Secretary of State to authorize for overseas military.
Analysis:
642. HB 642
Not Rated
Voter rolls; prohibit purging names from Statewide Elections Management System 120 days or less before the date of any election.
Analysis:
643. HB 643
Not Rated
Retirement; county board attorneys and city attorneys shall be members of PERS regardless of hours/week worked.
Analysis:
644. HB 644
Not Rated
Copper materials; prohibit transactions between certain sellers and scrap metal dealers and other purchases.
Analysis:
645. HB 645
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with making repairs and improvements to water and sewer systems.
Analysis:
646. HB 646
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist with maintenance of the Mississippi Telecommunication Conference and Training Center.
Analysis:
647. HB 647
Not Rated
Elected statewide and certain district officials; increase salaries of.
Analysis:
648. HB 648
Not Rated
Jackson Metropolitan Area Airport Authority; repeal.
Analysis:
649. HB 649
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; authorize to administer the 'Halfway House Grant Program.'
Analysis:
650. HB 650
Not Rated
DOC's evaluation of requests for proposals for canteen services; require interested third parties to have reasonable prices for services.
Analysis:
651. HB 651
Not Rated
Voting rights; restore to all felons upon satisfying all of the sentencing requirements of the conviction.
Analysis:
652. HB 652
Not Rated
Chancery clerk; require to remove social security numbers from land transfer deeds.
Analysis:
653. HB 653
Not Rated
Violent offenders, certain; may be paroled by Parole Board if sentencing judge authorizes parole consideration.
Analysis:
654. HB 654
Not Rated
Minimum wage; establish and provide for annual cost-of-living increases.
Analysis:
655. HB 655
Not Rated
Drag racing and obstruction of traffic by vehicle; make felonies.
Analysis:
656. HB 656
Not Rated
School buses; require those purchased after July 1, 2021, to be equipped with seat belts.
Analysis:
657. HB 657
Not Rated
School buses; require those purchased after July 1, 2021, to be equipped with seat belts and provide opt out provision.
Analysis:
658. HB 658
Not Rated
Absentee ballots; revise notary requirements for students enrolled in a college, university or community or junior college.
Analysis:
659. HB 659
Not Rated
Right to vote; restore automatically once a person has completed all sentencing requirements.
Analysis:
660. HB 660
Not Rated
State agencies; eliminate requirement to prepare and publish annual reports.
Analysis:
661. HB 661
Not Rated
Online voter registration; allow for first-time registrants.
Analysis:
662. HB 662
Not Rated
Teachers' and teacher assistants' salaries; provide for $1,500.00 increase.
Analysis:
663. HB 663
Not Rated
Regulatory Reduction Pilot Program; create.
Analysis:
664. HB 664
Not Rated
Mineral interest; revise procedure for payment of taxes.
Analysis:
665. HB 665
Not Rated
School boards; require itemized report of central office expenditures to be included in notice for increase in ad valorem taxes.
Analysis:
666. HB 666
Not Rated
Adverse possession cases; require losing party to pay court costs and attorney's fees.
Analysis:
667. HB 667
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; delete requirement for immediate permit revocation for certain prohibited sales.
Analysis:
668. HB 668
Not Rated
Solemn covenant of the states to award prizes for Curing Diseases Compact; enact.
Analysis:
669. HB 669
Not Rated
Youth court hearings, certain; allow family members to attend.
Analysis:
670. HB 670
Not Rated
The Sexual Assault Survivors' DNA Bill of Rights; create.
Analysis:
671. HB 671
Not Rated
Lottery Proceeds Fund; provide that 10% shall be used by MDE for school improvements.
Analysis:
672. HB 672
Not Rated
Lottery Proceeds Fund; provide that 10% shall be used by MDE for the purposes of funding teacher pay raises.
Analysis:
673. HB 673
Not Rated
State agency and governing authority contracts; require 30% of to be set-aside for certain businesses.
Analysis:
674. HB 674
Not Rated
Domestic violence; prohibit those convicted of from carrying weapons.
Analysis:
675. HB 675
Not Rated
Parole Board; revise notifications time frame given to victim when the offender is to be released by.
Analysis:
676. HB 676
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; revise notification period given to local law enforcement when offender is to be released.
Analysis:
677. HB 677
Not Rated
Death certificate; time for filing with Office of Vital Records shall be within 7 business days after the death occurs.
Analysis:
678. HB 678
Not Rated
Armed Services Absentee Voting Law; expand definition of 'absent voter' to include those working in federal waters of United States.
Analysis:
679. HB 679
Not Rated
Teacher education program and licensure requirements; remove the option for a 21 ACT score (or SAT equivalent) for eligibility.
Analysis:
680. HB 680
Not Rated
Concealed firearms; clarify prohibition for mentally incompetent.
Analysis:
681. HB 681
Not Rated
Child support; revise factors for award of.
Analysis:
682. HB 682
Not Rated
School prayer; require school boards to designate a period of reflection for students at the beginning of each school day.
Analysis:
683. HB 683
Not Rated
Retirement; elected officials convicted of certain felonies shall have benefits suspended until full restitution has been made.
Analysis:
684. HB 684
Not Rated
Appropriation; Town of Caledonia for purchasing and installing a splash pad in Ola J. Pickett Park.
Analysis:
685. HB 685
Not Rated
Stolen property; create crime for the sale of and require refund to purchaser of, under certain conditions.
Analysis:
686. HB 686
Not Rated
Jobs for Mississippi Graduates, Inc.; establish funding for.
Analysis:
687. HB 687
Not Rated
Automatic voter registration; authorize for those who apply for the issuance, renewal or change of address of driver's license.
Analysis:
688. HB 688
Not Rated
Intestate succession; child conceived by assisted reproduction after decedent's death is deemed to be living at time of death.
Analysis:
689. HB 689
Not Rated
'Forming Open and Robust University Minds (FORUM) Act'; establish.
Analysis:
690. HB 690
Not Rated
Automatic voter registration; authorize for those who apply for the issuance, renewal or change of address of a driver's license.
Analysis:
691. HB 691
Not Rated
Unclaimed dead bodies; coroner shall cause to be entrusted to funeral homes in county on a rotation basis.
Analysis:
692. HB 692
Not Rated
Mental Health Courts; clarify chancery court participation for certification of.
Analysis:
693. HB 693
Not Rated
Photograph identification; require for persons 12 years of age or older.
Analysis:
694. HB 694
Not Rated
Home rule improvement; enact for local school districts.
Analysis:
695. HB 695
Not Rated
State Domestic Violence Fund; remove the matching funds requirement for.
Analysis:
696. HB 696
Not Rated
Early voting; authorize.
Analysis:
697. HB 697
Not Rated
Firearms licensed; require proof of mental health evaluation.
Analysis:
698. HB 698
Not Rated
Day and Temporary Labor Services Act; create.
Analysis:
699. HB 699
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of hotel under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.
Analysis:
700. HB 700
Not Rated
'Mississippi Promise Scholarship Act of 2020'; establish to provide tuition assistance for tuition-free community and junior college attendance.
Analysis:
701. HB 701
Not Rated
Public school curriculum; require instruction in mental illness as part of Health Education.
Analysis:
702. HB 702
Not Rated
Assistant teachers; require school districts to notify of nonreemployment within 10 days after adopting budget.
Analysis:
703. HB 703
Not Rated
Mississippi Benefit Corporation Act; create.
Analysis:
704. HB 704
Not Rated
Mississippi Secure Choice Savings Program; establish.
Analysis:
705. HB 705
Not Rated
Mississippi Department of Labor; create.
Analysis:
706. HB 706
Not Rated
State song; designate 'My Home Mississippi' as second official song.
Analysis:
707. HB 707
Not Rated
Public universities and colleges; require to have epinephrine auto-injectors and AEDs in every building on campus.
Analysis:
708. HB 708
Not Rated
School districts; require each school to have epinephrine auto-injectors and AEDs in every building and cafeteria.
Analysis:
709. HB 709
Not Rated
AEDs; require at public schools and state institutions of higher learning and provide authority to lease.
Analysis:
710. HB 710
Not Rated
School districts; require all schools to have epinephrine auto-injectors in every building and cafeteria.
Analysis:
711. HB 711
Not Rated
Income tax; revise certain provisions to address investment in federally designated qualified opportunity zones.
Analysis:
712. HB 712
Not Rated
State employees; provide for across-the-board increase in annual compensation for those with annual salary under $30,000.00.
Analysis:
713. HB 713
Not Rated
Licensed professional counselors; revise qualifications for licensure for applicants who meet certain requirements.
Analysis:
714. HB 714
Not Rated
Health care and education shortage assistance program; establish to help attract professionals to work in certain counties.
Analysis:
715. HB 715
Not Rated
Medicaid; require managed care organizations to use certain level of care guidelines in determining medical necessity.
Analysis:
716. HB 716
Not Rated
Retirement; elected officials convicted of certain felonies shall have benefits withheld until full restitution has been paid.
Analysis:
717. HB 717
Not Rated
Contractors; require to submit signed agreement acknowledging certain information when submitting a bid.
Analysis:
718. HB 718
Not Rated
Campaign finance reports; require those filed by all candidates to be available online.
Analysis:
719. HB 719
Not Rated
Vaccinations; prohibit employers from requiring COVID-19 vaccination as condition of employment.
Analysis:
720. HB 720
Not Rated
Compulsory school age; revise definition to include children who attain the age of five years before September 1.
Analysis:
721. HB 721
Not Rated
Funeral directing; issue license for to persons who meet certain criteria and apply within 30 days.
Analysis:
722. HB 722
Not Rated
Income tax and sales tax liability; revise method of collecting from public officers or employees.
Analysis:
723. HB 723
Not Rated
Partisan primary elections; abolish and establish open primary elections.
Analysis:
724. HB 724
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Scenic Rivers Development Alliance with land acquisition and certain projects.
Analysis:
725. HB 725
Not Rated
Mississippi Liquor Distribution Corporation Law; create.
Analysis:
726. HB 726
Not Rated
Appropriation; Archives and History for Scott Ford House to develop two historic properties in Jackson.
Analysis:
727. HB 727
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for improvements to the Jackson Public School District's Career Development Center.
Analysis:
728. HB 728
Not Rated
Early voting; authorize for not more than 21 days nor less than 5 days before each election.
Analysis:
729. HB 729
Not Rated
Income tax; exempt income of certain mental health professionals providing services in critical mental health services shortage areas.
Analysis:
730. HB 730
Not Rated
Counties and municipalities; authorize to offer Medicare eligible employee benefits when employee secures Medicare under certain circumstances.
Analysis:
731. HB 731
Not Rated
State agencies; require to be housed in state-owned buildings located within the City of Jackson.
Analysis:
732. HB 732
Not Rated
Active shooter training; require school districts employees to attend every three years.
Analysis:
733. HB 733
Not Rated
Motor vehicles; require certain new to be equipped with alert to operator to check rear designated seat when engine stops.
Analysis:
734. HB 734
Not Rated
Retail businesses; those that accept credit or debit cards shall have video cameras to record persons using the cards.
Analysis:
735. HB 735
Not Rated
Firearms; prohibit discharge near petroleum.
Analysis:
736. HB 736
Not Rated
Family dynamics; include in public school curriculum as a required component.
Analysis:
737. HB 737
Not Rated
Sales tax; phase out on sales of certain food.
Analysis:
738. HB 738
Not Rated
Minimum wage; establish at $9.00 and set requirements for exemptions and overtime.
Analysis:
739. HB 739
Not Rated
Statewide testing program; require tests to be translated and printed into primary spoken language of ELL students.
Analysis:
740. HB 740
Not Rated
Driver's license applications; bring forward code section regarding.
Analysis:
741. HB 741
Not Rated
Mobile homes; give owner of one year to redeem the property after sold for taxes.
Analysis:
742. HB 742
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with removal and demolition of dilapidated and blighted properties.
Analysis:
743. HB 743
Not Rated
Appropriations; Supreme Court for additional funding for mental health courts.
Analysis:
744. HB 744
Not Rated
Appropriation; Department of Mental Health for additional funding for increased number of residential beds.
Analysis:
745. HB 745
Not Rated
Appropriation; Department of Education for additional funding to increase instructional support positions due to increased needs from COVID-19.
Analysis:
746. HB 746
Not Rated
Mississippi Motor Vehicle Commission Law; revise regarding warranty reimbursement.
Analysis:
747. HB 747
Not Rated
Work release program; authorize courts and sheriffs to assign certain convicted offenders to while confined in jail.
Analysis:
748. HB 748
Not Rated
Department of Labor; create.
Analysis:
749. HB 749
Not Rated
State Workplace Safety and Health Office; establish under State Board of Health.
Analysis:
750. HB 750
Not Rated
Deputy Secretaries of State; authorize creation of.
Analysis:
751. HB 751
Not Rated
The Combating Violence, Disorder and Looting and Law Enforcement Protection Act of Mississippi; create.
Analysis:
752. HB 752
Not Rated
Mississippi Employment Protection Act; authorize additional penalties for an employer in violation of.
Analysis:
753. HB 753
Not Rated
Mississippi Horse Racing Act of 2021; create to allow for any location in the state with suitable track.
Analysis:
754. HB 754
Not Rated
Dyslexia education; revise provisions for determining student eligibility for IEP or 504 Plan.
Analysis:
755. HB 755
Not Rated
Unborn child; expand protection to.
Analysis:
756. HB 756
Not Rated
Teacher and administrator license; deny or revoke for those who physically abuse a student.
Analysis:
757. HB 757
Not Rated
Video surveillance cameras; require in certain areas of school facilities for protection of exceptional children.
Analysis:
758. HB 758
Not Rated
State park fee; authorized MDWFP to provide discount to senior citizens age 65 and older.
Analysis:
759. HB 759
Not Rated
Child abuse hotline; require schools to post in clearly visible location.
Analysis:
760. HB 760
Not Rated
Corporal punishment; require school districts that allow to adopt a policy allowing parents to opt in.
Analysis:
761. HB 761
Not Rated
State Veterans Affairs Board; revise powers and duties relating to the operation of the State Veterans Homes.
Analysis:
762. HB 762
Not Rated
Bonds; revise purposes for which bonds authorized for Town of Wesson may be used.
Analysis:
763. HB 763
Not Rated
Justifiable homicide; add defense of business during looting or a riot as a ground for.
Analysis:
764. HB 764
Not Rated
Medicaid; require division to promptly sell or lease residence of deceased recipient obtained through estate recovery.
Analysis:
765. HB 765
Not Rated
Pre-election day voting; authorize for 14 days before the election.
Analysis:
766. HB 766
Not Rated
Children of school employees; allow to attend school in district of parent's or legal guardian's employment.
Analysis:
767. HB 767
Not Rated
Mississippi Employment Security Law; revise to exclude services of petroleum landman from definition of 'employment.'
Analysis:
768. HB 768
Not Rated
Juvenile offenders convicted of murder; revise sentencing options for.
Analysis:
769. HB 769
Not Rated
DUI; revise time period for fourth offense.
Analysis:
770. HB 770
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Brandon with improvements to City Hall.
Analysis:
771. HB 771
Not Rated
School boards; elect members at presidential election for 4-year term.
Analysis:
772. HB 772
Not Rated
Critical Teacher Shortage Program; require State Board of Education to categorize shortages by school attendance zones within school districts.
Analysis:
773. HB 773
Not Rated
Landlord-Tenant; clarify that summons is only placed on door when tenant not found.
Analysis:
774. HB 774
Not Rated
Mississippi Fair Advisory Council; revise composition to add representation from Alcorn State University.
Analysis:
775. HB 775
Not Rated
IHLs; authorize to purchase wireless communication devices to facilitate delivery of educational instruction.
Analysis:
776. HB 776
Not Rated
Public Safety Verification and Enforcement Act; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
777. HB 777
Not Rated
Weapons; authorize investigative and regulatory enforcement employees of the Secretary of State's office to carry.
Analysis:
778. HB 778
Not Rated
Motor vehicles; revise requirements for scrapping, dismantling or destroying when owner does not have title in his or her name.
Analysis:
779. HB 779
Not Rated
Order of support; prohibit suspension of driver's license for being out of compliance with.
Analysis:
780. HB 780
Not Rated
Justice courts; authorize to suspend fines under the Implied Consent Law.
Analysis:
781. HB 781
Not Rated
Law enforcement officers; require to input missing person cases into National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NAMUS).
Analysis:
782. HB 782
Not Rated
Food deserts; require State Department of Health to track within the State of Mississippi.
Analysis:
783. HB 783
Not Rated
Mississippi Development Authority Tourism Advertising Fund; use portion of monies in to advertise state parks.
Analysis:
784. HB 784
Not Rated
'The Farmer Equity Act of 2021'; enact to require the Department of Agriculture and Commerce to perform certain duties.
Analysis:
785. HB 785
Not Rated
Homelessness; require Department of Human Services to implement grant program for housing.
Analysis:
786. HB 786
Not Rated
Mental health courts; require annual appropriation to Administrative Office of Courts for support of.
Analysis:
787. HB 787
Not Rated
Contract lobbyists; prohibit agencies, universities and colleges from hiring with public funds.
Analysis:
788. HB 788
Not Rated
Municipal annexation; require an election be held on the question of in the proposed annexed territory.
Analysis:
789. HB 789
Not Rated
School buses; require 20% of those purchased after July 1, 2021, to be equipped with seat belts.
Analysis:
790. HB 790
Not Rated
The MS Human Life Protection Act; create.
Analysis:
791. HB 791
Not Rated
Intentional injury to pregnant woman; revise penalties.
Analysis:
792. HB 792
Not Rated
'Healthy Foods Access Program Act'; enact.
Analysis:
793. HB 793
Not Rated
Healthy Local Food Incentive Program; enact.
Analysis:
794. HB 794
Not Rated
Medicaid; expand eligibility for certain persons to receive services through provider sponsored health plan.
Analysis:
795. HB 795
Not Rated
First Circuit Court District; revise composition of judgeships.
Analysis:
796. HB 796
Not Rated
Habitual offender; revise penalties for.
Analysis:
797. HB 797
Not Rated
Sexual battery; remove statute of limitations for prosecution of crime of.
Analysis:
798. HB 798
Not Rated
Voyeurism; revise sentencing options.
Analysis:
799. HB 799
Not Rated
Terroristic Threats; revise provisions.
Analysis:
800. HB 800
Not Rated
Election commissioners; revise to be a nonpartisan office.
Analysis:
801. HB 801
Not Rated
Special education funds; require separate appropriation to the State Board of Education for.
Analysis:
802. HB 802
Not Rated
Collegiate voters; require each public and private 4-year postsecondary institution to have an on-campus voting precinct.
Analysis:
803. HB 803
Not Rated
Absentee voting; establish electronic application procedure for college students.
Analysis:
804. HB 804
Not Rated
Online voter registration; revise to allow for first-time voters to register through.
Analysis:
805. HB 805
Not Rated
Sex education; require SDE and Department of Health to develop list of approved curricula to be used in schools and revise every five years.
Analysis:
806. HB 806
Not Rated
Mississippi Civil Rights Act; create.
Analysis:
807. HB 807
Not Rated
State service employees; prohibit sexual orientation or gender identity discrimination of.
Analysis:
808. HB 808
Not Rated
Mississippi Home Corporation Act; prohibit sexual orientation or gender identity discrimination under.
Analysis:
809. HB 809
Not Rated
Mississippi Pregnant Workers Fairness Act; create.
Analysis:
810. HB 810
Not Rated
Healthy and Safe Families and Workplaces Act; create.
Analysis:
811. HB 811
Not Rated
Salary increases for legislators; make effective for term of office after term in which salary is increased.
Analysis:
812. HB 812
Not Rated
Children; persons convicted of certain sex offenses not allowed to give health care consent for.
Analysis:
813. HB 813
Not Rated
Timber bridges; require use of for new construction and replacement on certain county and secondary roads.
Analysis:
814. HB 814
Not Rated
Public Procurement Review Board; exempt certain contracts entered into by Attorney General's office from oversight of.
Analysis:
815. HB 815
Not Rated
Certificate of Foreign Birth; authorize without judicial proceeding under certain circumstances.
Analysis:
816. HB 816
Not Rated
Land banks; authorize counties and municipalities to create to convert certain property to productive use.
Analysis:
817. HB 817
Not Rated
State of Mississippi; require to pay fire fee-in-lieu of taxes to City of Jackson for fire protection services provide to state facilities.
Analysis:
818. HB 818
Not Rated
County public defenders; require salary of all to be the same as district attorneys.
Analysis:
819. HB 819
Not Rated
Chancery court; require to order certain persons held pending mental evaluation.
Analysis:
820. HB 820
Not Rated
Contracts; require to be written in large print.
Analysis:
821. HB 821
Not Rated
Marriage license; require previously married applicant to provide certified copy of divorce or annulment when applying for.
Analysis:
822. HB 822
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds for improvements to Jackson Zoo.
Analysis:
823. HB 823
Not Rated
Law enforcement; require pursuit policy of alleged crime perpetrator.
Analysis:
824. HB 824
Not Rated
Crimes; create for unauthorized use of minor's name and social security number as dependent on income tax return.
Analysis:
825. HB 825
Not Rated
Fuel taxes; allocate a portion to the City of Jackson to defray costs incurred as a result of being the seat of state government.
Analysis:
826. HB 826
Not Rated
Life insurance; authorize funeral services provider to obtain certain information regarding a deceased's.
Analysis:
827. HB 827
Not Rated
State Health Insurance Plan; provide coverage for proton therapy to treat cancer and certain noncancerous tumors.
Analysis:
828. HB 828
Not Rated
Fuel tax; authorize certain municipalities to impose after an election to be used for road and bridge repair and maintenance.
Analysis:
829. HB 829
Not Rated
Religious Freedom Act and Protecting Freedom of Conscience from Government Discrimination Act; repeal.
Analysis:
830. HB 830
Not Rated
Maternal Mortality Review Committee; include recommendations on decreasing racial disparities in maternal care in annual report.
Analysis:
831. HB 831
Not Rated
Educator and administrator misconduct; clarify provisions for disciplinary matters and administrative procedures and appeals.
Analysis:
832. HB 832
Not Rated
Nonadmitted policy fee; divert forty percent of for rural fire truck and supplemental fund and extend repealer on section.
Analysis:
833. HB 833
Not Rated
Driver's license suspension; delete exemption from for participating in court-ordered drug-testing program after breath test refusal.
Analysis:
834. HB 834
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to all upon meeting all terms and conditions of sentence.
Analysis:
835. HB 835
Not Rated
Statute of Limitations; remove for crimes against children.
Analysis:
836. HB 836
Not Rated
Sexual battery; remove statute of limitations for prosecution of crime of.
Analysis:
837. HB 837
Not Rated
Statute of limitations; remove for crimes against children.
Analysis:
838. HB 838
Not Rated
Income tax; extend repealer on tax credit for new cut and sew jobs in upholstered furniture manfacturing industry.
Analysis:
839. HB 839
Not Rated
Workers' Compensation Law; revise various provisions of.
Analysis:
840. HB 840
Not Rated
Mississippi Public Records Act of 1983; exempt certain records of Workers' Compensation Commission from definition of public records.
Analysis:
841. HB 841
Not Rated
Reverse auction; revise method of receiving bids through for governing authorities.
Analysis:
842. HB 842
Not Rated
Reverse auction; revise method of receiving bids through for agencies and governing authorities.
Analysis:
843. HB 843
Not Rated
Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote; create.
Analysis:
844. HB 844
Not Rated
Civil Rights Memorial Day; designate the last Monday of April as.
Analysis:
845. HB 845
Not Rated
Indigenous Native American Day; declare the second Monday in October as.
Analysis:
846. HB 846
Not Rated
Legislature; limit introduction of general bills requiring majority vote for passage to sessions in even-numbered years.
Analysis:
847. HB 847
Not Rated
Mississippi Day of Freedom and Abolishment of Slavery; declare February 7 as.
Analysis:
848. HB 848
Not Rated
CON; issue to North Mississippi Medical Center for child psych beds and geriatric psych beds.
Analysis:
849. HB 849
Not Rated
Office of Workforce Development; bring forward code sections related to.
Analysis:
850. HB 850
Not Rated
Career and technical education; establish accountability system and evaluate performance of State Superintendent of Education.
Analysis:
851. HB 851
Not Rated
Charter schools; revise certain provisions of.
Analysis:
852. HB 852
Not Rated
Teachers' and teacher's assistants' salaries; provide increase to minimum salary.
Analysis:
853. HB 853
Not Rated
Charter schools; revise deadlines for certain reporting requirements and to allow certain teacher units to those in first year of operation.
Analysis:
854. HB 854
Not Rated
Firearm discharge; increase penalties when discharged on public streets.
Analysis:
855. HB 855
Not Rated
Nonlicensed teachers; authorize local school districts to employ certain number to fill core subject area positions.
Analysis:
856. HB 856
Not Rated
Teacher licensure; authorize issuance to certain individuals with foreign certification on reciprocity with documentation.
Analysis:
857. HB 857
Not Rated
Active shooter training; require school district employees to attend every three years.
Analysis:
858. HB 858
Not Rated
Land banks; authorize counties and municipalities to create to convert certain property to productive use.
Analysis:
859. HB 859
Not Rated
High school curriculum; require SBE to develop for instruction in civics and home economics.
Analysis:
860. HB 860
Not Rated
African-American Studies and Racial Diversity; require SDE to develop curriculum for implementation in public high school.
Analysis:
861. HB 861
Not Rated
Youth Employment Grant Program; create.
Analysis:
862. HB 862
Not Rated
Body-worn cameras; require cities and counties to provide to police officers and deputy sheriffs.
Analysis:
863. HB 863
Not Rated
Healthcare providers; authorize resident and nonresident to provide services by telemedicine to Mississippi residents in certain areas.
Analysis:
864. HB 864
Not Rated
Firearms; authorize concealed carry without a permit during emergency evacuations.
Analysis:
865. HB 865
Not Rated
Student absenteeism; excuse those related to a student's disability.
Analysis:
866. HB 866
Not Rated
At risk funds; require maximum flexibility to school districts in use of and accounting for.
Analysis:
867. HB 867
Not Rated
Hunting and fishing license; authorize Native Americans to receive free of charge upon providing a tribal identification card at the time of license issuance.
Analysis:
868. HB 868
Not Rated
The Landowners Protection Act; repeal the provisions of the.
Analysis:
869. HB 869
Not Rated
Tuition waiver; provide for certain foster and adopted children and wards of the state to attend college.
Analysis:
870. HB 870
Not Rated
Rate-regulated natural gas public utilities; require to provide PSC with periodic budgeting and accounting statements.
Analysis:
871. HB 871
Not Rated
Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol; increase salaries of sworn officers by $10,000.00.
Analysis:
872. HB 872
Not Rated
Memorial highway; designate a segment of United States Highway 61 in Jefferson County as the 'Highway Patrol Lieutenant Troy Morris Memorial Highway.'
Analysis:
873. HB 873
Not Rated
Voting rights; restore upon satisfaction of all the sentencing requirements of a conviction.
Analysis:
874. HB 874
Not Rated
Tobacco and alternative nicotine products; increase age to 21 and require government-issued photographic identification.
Analysis:
875. HB 875
Not Rated
Vaping; require the office of the Attorney General to develop and publish a vapor products directory.
Analysis:
876. HB 876
Not Rated
Mental health; require DMH to convert unused IDD beds to be used for alcohol and drug use services.
Analysis:
877. HB 877
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of 'qualified resort area' under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.
Analysis:
878. HB 878
Not Rated
MS Teachers' Salaries Task Force; create to recommend how state can pay teachers at southeastern average.
Analysis:
879. HB 879
Not Rated
Education Employment Procedures Law; include assistant teachers under.
Analysis:
880. HB 880
Not Rated
Department of Mental Health and community health centers; expand outpatient services for certain formerly incarcerated state inmates.
Analysis:
881. HB 881
Not Rated
Vocational and home economics; require curriculum for all middle, high and alternative school students.
Analysis:
882. HB 882
Not Rated
Private prisons that house state offenders; provide moratorium on the expansion of.
Analysis:
883. HB 883
Not Rated
Traffic ticket quotas; prohibit state and local agencies from establishing.
Analysis:
884. HB 884
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Lee County with replacement of a bridge.
Analysis:
885. HB 885
Not Rated
Misdemeanor expungements; remove 'first offender' reference.
Analysis:
886. HB 886
Not Rated
Law enforcement officers; exempt from concealed firearms permit fees and renewal fees.
Analysis:
887. HB 887
Not Rated
Memorial highway; designate a segment of United States Highway 82 in Webster County as 'Corporal William Justin Cooper Memorial Highway.'
Analysis:
888. HB 888
Not Rated
Department of Health; limit any increase in fees by and revise who can be appointed to child care advisory council by State Health Officer.
Analysis:
889. HB 889
Not Rated
Medicaid; revise reimbursement for telehealth services provided by FQHCs and community health centers.
Analysis:
890. HB 890
Not Rated
TANF and Medicaid; require teenage recipients of to participate in programs about birth control, abstinence and parenting.
Analysis:
891. HB 891
Not Rated
Mississippi Comprehensive Teen Pregnancy Prevention Act; create.
Analysis:
892. HB 892
Not Rated
Task force to address the disparity of African-American males in the judicial system; create.
Analysis:
893. HB 893
Not Rated
Comprehensive School Health Education Program; include additional components in and require school nurse to teach.
Analysis:
894. HB 894
Not Rated
Secretary of State; require to resign from office before qualifying as candidate for other elected office.
Analysis:
895. HB 895
Not Rated
Grandparent visitation; revise to include great-grandparents.
Analysis:
896. HB 896
Not Rated
Supplemental Legislative Retirement Plan; new legislators not members and current members do not earn additional credit.
Analysis:
897. HB 897
Not Rated
State advertising; prohibit elected and appointed officers from publicly participating in.
Analysis:
898. HB 898
Not Rated
Interrogations; require all to be conducted by law enforcement to be recorded.
Analysis:
899. HB 899
Not Rated
Tobacco; prohibit sale of candy or food product that mimics.
Analysis:
900. HB 900
Not Rated
DUI; revise license suspension for test refusal if licensee pleads guilty.
Analysis:
901. HB 901
Not Rated
Pawnbrokers, title pledge lenders and check cashers; reduce maximum rate of interest that they may charge for their services.
Analysis:
902. HB 902
Not Rated
Elected official; prohibit from changing political party affiliation during term of office.
Analysis:
903. HB 903
Not Rated
Tobacco; increase excise tax on all products except cigarettes.
Analysis:
904. HB 904
Not Rated
Cigarettes; increase excise tax on.
Analysis:
905. HB 905
Not Rated
Expungement; authorize automatically for first-time offenders.
Analysis:
906. HB 906
Not Rated
Mineral rights; revert to surface owner after certain period of time.
Analysis:
907. HB 907
Not Rated
Employment-at-will doctrine; abolish and create 'Good Faith in Employment Act.'
Analysis:
908. HB 908
Not Rated
Implied consent; revise suspension period during appeals for refusal to submit to chemical test.
Analysis:
909. HB 909
Not Rated
Legislature; allow retired PERS members to receive a retirement allowance while serving as a member of.
Analysis:
910. HB 910
Not Rated
Hospice care; authorize to be provided to persons who are not terminally ill under certain circumstances.
Analysis:
911. HB 911
Not Rated
Funeral services; require payment for before body may be transferred from one funeral home to another.
Analysis:
912. HB 912
Not Rated
Funeral director assistants; authorize to perform all activities of funeral directors with certain exceptions.
Analysis:
913. HB 913
Not Rated
State podiatric forgivable loan program; create.
Analysis:
914. HB 914
Not Rated
Legislature; allow certain retired PERS members to receive a retirement allowance while serving as a member of.
Analysis:
915. HB 915
Not Rated
Legislature; allowed retired PERS members to receive a retirement allowance while serving as a member of.
Analysis:
916. HB 916
Not Rated
Disabled veterans; establish right to appeal in forma pauperis in certain cases.
Analysis:
917. HB 917
Not Rated
Appropriations; IHL for MS Valley State University for lowering tuition rate for 2021-2022 academic year.
Analysis:
918. HB 918
Not Rated
Medicaid; expand eligibility under federal health care reform law.
Analysis:
919. HB 919
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for repair and renovation projects at Mississippi Valley State University.
Analysis:
920. HB 920
Not Rated
Down Syndrome Information Act; create to require State Department of Health to post resources and information online.
Analysis:
921. HB 921
Not Rated
'2021 Mississippi Youthbuild Pilot Program Act'; create with programs at Coahoma and Jones County Community Colleges.
Analysis:
922. HB 922
Not Rated
Wrongful conviction; remove limit on damages when court finds.
Analysis:
923. HB 923
Not Rated
Motor fuel sales; provide immunity for damages caused by the use of incompatible fuel upon certain conditions.
Analysis:
924. HB 924
Not Rated
Public purchasing law; revise to provide that reverse auction shall be used by certain schools and districts.
Analysis:
925. HB 925
Not Rated
School buildings; require new construction and certain renovations to include refillable water bottle stations.
Analysis:
926. HB 926
Not Rated
Firearms and weapons; authorize nonviolent felons to possess and use in defense of residence or.
Analysis:
927. HB 927
Not Rated
State Board of Medical Licensure; revise composition of to include consumer members.
Analysis:
928. HB 928
Not Rated
Commissioner of Corrections and community corrections; bring forward various sections relating to.
Analysis:
929. HB 929
Not Rated
Reentry for offenders; bring forward certain sections relating to.
Analysis:
930. HB 930
Not Rated
Municipally-owned utilities and other utilities; authorize accounting system accommodation of certain customer uncollectible debt.
Analysis:
931. HB 931
Not Rated
Mississippi Transit Corporation; establish.
Analysis:
932. HB 932
Not Rated
Child support withholding orders; revise provisions to comply with the federal Consumer Credit Protection Act.
Analysis:
933. HB 933
Not Rated
Child support payment; suspend obligation to pay when the person to pay is incarcerated.
Analysis:
934. HB 934
Not Rated
Eminent domain; require compensation for loss of business goodwill and value of commercial farm operations.
Analysis:
935. HB 935
Not Rated
Parole eligibility; revise for certain offenses and require Parole Board hearing before release of certain inmates.
Analysis:
936. HB 936
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize to assist Marshall County in improving Barringer Road for Chickasaw Trail Industrial Park access.
Analysis:
937. HB 937
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize to assist Marshall County with construction of emergency response center to serve the Chickasaw Trail Industrial Park.
Analysis:
938. HB 938
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Lafayette County with certain road and bridge projects.
Analysis:
939. HB 939
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to improve capacity and safety of intersection of MS Highway 7 and University Avenue in Oxford.
Analysis:
940. HB 940
Not Rated
Highway sign; authorize erection of on MS Hwy 25 near Pisgah exit to honor Olympic Gold Medalist Tori Bowie.
Analysis:
941. HB 941
Not Rated
Health insurance; require certain policies to provide coverage for physician-prescribed proton beam therapy.
Analysis:
942. HB 942
Not Rated
Public utilities; authorize investor-owned electric utilities to permit broadband provider use of the electric delivery system.
Analysis:
943. HB 943
Not Rated
Candidate filing fees; authorize state executive committee of each political party to set for certain offices.
Analysis:
944. HB 944
Not Rated
Historic property income tax credit; revise certain provisions regarding.
Analysis:
945. HB 945
Not Rated
Light wine, beer and light spirit product; revise number of qualified electors required to petition for election to prohibit or authorize.
Analysis:
946. HB 946
Not Rated
Statewide Elections Management system; authorize Secretary of State to join certain nongovernmental entity in order to remove certain voters from.
Analysis:
947. HB 947
Not Rated
Marion County; authorize imposition of fuel tax after an election with proceeds used for a road repair.
Analysis:
948. HB 948
Not Rated
School Resource Officers; revise MCOPS grant program to require attendance at any accredited law enforcement academy.
Analysis:
949. HB 949
Not Rated
Solid waste landfills; prohibit new landfill in county where 2 or more exist, unless referendum held.
Analysis:
950. HB 950
Not Rated
School prayer; require school boards to designate a period for recitation of the 'Lord's Prayer' at the beginning of each school day.
Analysis:
951. HB 951
Not Rated
Department of Human Services; authorize to use additional methods of communication to send notices relating to child support to financial institutions.
Analysis:
952. HB 952
Not Rated
Pharmacists; authorize to provide patient care services and authorize insurance reimbursement for.
Analysis:
953. HB 953
Not Rated
Homeowners' associations; regulate managing agents of and require financial reviews by.
Analysis:
954. HB 954
Not Rated
Pharmacy practice; revise definition of 'written guideline or protocol' regarding location of delegated prescribing functions.
Analysis:
955. HB 955
Not Rated
Abandoned mobile homes; establish a procedure to dispose of.
Analysis:
956. HB 956
Not Rated
Parental rights; establish fundamental right of parents to direct the upbringing, education and care of their children.
Analysis:
957. HB 957
Not Rated
State boundaries; clarify in statute.
Analysis:
958. HB 958
Not Rated
Home economics; require to be taught in 'D' and 'F' rated school districts.
Analysis:
959. HB 959
Not Rated
Misdemeanor expunction; remove age restriction.
Analysis:
960. HB 960
Not Rated
School attendance officers; require to visit homes of certain children within 72 hours of unexcused absence.
Analysis:
961. HB 961
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; provide certain educational programs for adult offenders.
Analysis:
962. HB 962
Not Rated
Homework; require teachers to incorporate daily and weekly assignments into their curriculum.
Analysis:
963. HB 963
Not Rated
Economically Distressed Municipalities Development Act; create.
Analysis:
964. HB 964
Not Rated
Nonviolent offenders; authorize reduction of sentences for passage of end-of-course subject area tests by offenders.
Analysis:
965. HB 965
Not Rated
Socially and economically disadvantaged small business concerns; establish program to encourage participation in state contracts.
Analysis:
966. HB 966
Not Rated
Mathematics and science instruction; enhance through new programs in middle schools.
Analysis:
967. HB 967
Not Rated
Medicaid; suspend eligibility of incarcerated persons instead of terminating it.
Analysis:
968. HB 968
Not Rated
Medicaid; expand eligibility under federal health care reform law.
Analysis:
969. HB 969
Not Rated
The 'Tim Tebow Act'; enact to authorize home-schooled student to participate in public school extracurricular activities.
Analysis:
970. HB 970
Not Rated
Appropriations; Department of Employment Security for funding Summer Youth Employment Programs.
Analysis:
971. HB 971
Not Rated
SNAP recipients; must take TABE exam and achieve certain scores before will be exempt from work requirements.
Analysis:
972. HB 972
Not Rated
Child care facilities; require licensing agency to disclose names of persons filing complaints against.
Analysis:
973. HB 973
Not Rated
Deer hunting; prohibit using dogs for.
Analysis:
974. HB 974
Not Rated
DPS; revise law regarding.
Analysis:
975. HB 975
Not Rated
District Public Defender; create office of.
Analysis:
976. HB 976
Not Rated
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); increase monthly benefit amount.
Analysis:
977. HB 977
Not Rated
Weighing devices; provide Commissioner of Agriculture with authority to regulate those that dispense agricultural commodities.
Analysis:
978. HB 978
Not Rated
Mississippi Sound Money Tax Removal Act; create.
Analysis:
979. HB 979
Not Rated
Appropriation; employment security for funding summer youth employment programs.
Analysis:
980. HB 980
Not Rated
Summer Youth Training Employment Program; authorize school districts to establish.
Analysis:
981. HB 981
Not Rated
Assistant Teacher Salary Waiver Grant Program; establish to authorize agreements between assistant teachers and school districts for cost of teacher preparation program.
Analysis:
982. HB 982
Not Rated
Elections; require to be conducted by paper ballot or with optical mark reading equipment.
Analysis:
983. HB 983
Not Rated
Same day voter registration; authorize.
Analysis:
984. HB 984
Not Rated
Marijuana possession; provide civil penalty for.
Analysis:
985. HB 985
Not Rated
Hurricane deductible; bring forward code sections regarding.
Analysis:
986. HB 986
Not Rated
Elementary professional school counselors; allocate funds under Mississippi Adequate Education Program for.
Analysis:
987. HB 987
Not Rated
Nursing education; unspent TANF funds shall be spent to pay expenses of persons enrolled as part of workforce training.
Analysis:
988. HB 988
Not Rated
Assistant teachers; provide annual salary supplement in C, D and F school districts.
Analysis:
989. HB 989
Not Rated
Mississippi Highway Patrol; increase pay.
Analysis:
990. HB 990
Not Rated
School districts; require certain policies and alternative curriculum if accountability rating at three lowest levels.
Analysis:
991. HB 991
Not Rated
School Recognition Program; restrict awards to teachers and licensed staff and require SBE to adopt rules for administration.
Analysis:
992. HB 992
Not Rated
County port and harbor commission; provide that members hold appointment until successor appointed and installed.
Analysis:
993. HB 993
Not Rated
Legislature; members may waive all or any portion of compensation and office expense allowance.
Analysis:
994. HB 994
Not Rated
Retirement; allow PERS retirees to serve in Legislature in same manner as for elected county or municipal offices.
Analysis:
995. HB 995
Not Rated
Memorial highway; designate segment in Marshall County, Mississippi as the 'Representative Tommy Woods Memorial Highway.'
Analysis:
996. HB 996
Not Rated
Mississippi State Song Study Committee; create.
Analysis:
997. HB 997
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; remove DOR from being wholesale distributor, authorize issuance of wholesaler's permits.
Analysis:
998. HB 998
Not Rated
Law Enforcement Supplemental Pay Program; create.
Analysis:
999. HB 999
Not Rated
Agencies; require to provide monthly report of expenditures of state and federal public funds.
Analysis:
1000. HB 1000
Not Rated
Employment of full time legal counsel as a county employee; authorize for Adams County.
Analysis:
1001. HB 1001
Not Rated
Expungement; reduce time period for petition.
Analysis:
1002. HB 1002
Not Rated
Criminal proceedings; require a scheduling order within 30 days of arraignment.
Analysis:
1003. HB 1003
Not Rated
Cash bail bonds; prohibit courts from allowing defendants to post.
Analysis:
1004. HB 1004
Not Rated
Hudson's Law; create to require dissemination of information relating to trisomy conditions by State Department of Health.
Analysis:
1005. HB 1005
Not Rated
Asset Forfeiture Proceeds; clarify use is for increase in participating law enforcement budget.
Analysis:
1006. HB 1006
Not Rated
Liquefied petroleum gas providers; provide affirmative defense in civil actions for damage or injury caused by certain circumstances.
Analysis:
1007. HB 1007
Not Rated
Medicaid; bring forward provider assessment provisions.
Analysis:
1008. HB 1008
Not Rated
Medicaid; bring forward sections for purposes of amendment.
Analysis:
1009. HB 1009
Not Rated
Deputy sheriffs and police officers; require certain courses for continuing education.
Analysis:
1010. HB 1010
Not Rated
Hospitals; authorize cooperative agreements among that are regulated and immune from antitrust laws.
Analysis:
1011. HB 1011
Not Rated
Audits of claims and payments made on behalf of the Division of Medicaid; delete provision providing maximum of 5 years for.
Analysis:
1012. HB 1012
Not Rated
Charitable solicitations; revise provisions relating to notice, demand and service of process.
Analysis:
1013. HB 1013
Not Rated
Medicaid; create Medicaid Commission to administer program and abolish Division of Medicaid.
Analysis:
1014. HB 1014
Not Rated
DUI; revise violations of.
Analysis:
1015. HB 1015
Not Rated
Funeral homes; revise various provisions relating to disposition of bodies, crematories and preneed contracts.
Analysis:
1016. HB 1016
Not Rated
Municipal general election ballots; provide that only the names of those opposed candidates shall be printed upon.
Analysis:
1017. HB 1017
Not Rated
Officers who may administer oaths; add chiefs of police and sheriffs.
Analysis:
1018. HB 1018
Not Rated
State buildings; name DPS Gulf Coast Regional Forensics Laboratory as the 'Gary T. Hargrove Memorial Forensic Laboratory.'
Analysis:
1019. HB 1019
Not Rated
Gubernatorial inaugurations funds; require contributions and expenditures to be reported to Secretary of State.
Analysis:
1020. HB 1020
Not Rated
Voting rights; restore upon satisfaction of all the sentencing requirements of a conviction.
Analysis:
1021. HB 1021
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Town of Shubuta with improvements to Town Hall building.
Analysis:
1022. HB 1022
Not Rated
Compulsory school attendance; require youth court petition after third unlawful absence and authorize community service for violations.
Analysis:
1023. HB 1023
Not Rated
Eleventh Grade students; require to take GED or High School Equivalency Test for senior early-release privilege eligibility.
Analysis:
1024. HB 1024
Not Rated
First grade enrollment; allow child who turns six on or before December 31 to start at beginning of that school year.
Analysis:
1025. HB 1025
Not Rated
State Board of Education; require to develop curriculum and implement programs of conflict resolution.
Analysis:
1026. HB 1026
Not Rated
SNAP and TANF recipients; require those unemployed to take Test of Adult Basic Education.
Analysis:
1027. HB 1027
Not Rated
School attendance; require for children unable to score a 21 or higher on the ACT until the child reaches 18 years of age.
Analysis:
1028. HB 1028
Not Rated
Medical Practice Act; revise various provisions of.
Analysis:
1029. HB 1029
Not Rated
Income share agreements; authorize IHLs to enter into with eligible students.
Analysis:
1030. HB 1030
Not Rated
'Mississippi Intercollegiate Athletics Compensation Rights Act'; enact.
Analysis:
1031. HB 1031
Not Rated
Medicaid; provide certain requirements for reimbursement for telemedicine services provided by FQHCs and RHCs.
Analysis:
1032. HB 1032
Not Rated
Medicaid; exempt durable medical equipment from 5% reduction in provider reimbursement rates.
Analysis:
1033. HB 1033
Not Rated
Medicaid Access and Opportunity Act of 2021; create.
Analysis:
1034. HB 1034
Not Rated
Uniform Controlled Substances Act; revise schedules.
Analysis:
1035. HB 1035
Not Rated
Virtual public schools; create pilot program for districts to create and accept out of district students for enrollment.
Analysis:
1036. HB 1036
Not Rated
Driver's license; exempt active duty military, spouse and dependent children if they have valid license from their home state.
Analysis:
1037. HB 1037
Not Rated
Mississippi Geologic Sequestration of Carbon Dioxide Act; enact.
Analysis:
1038. HB 1038
Not Rated
Medicaid; provide for assessment and exemption from 5% reduction for assisted living services under federal waivers.
Analysis:
1039. HB 1039
Not Rated
Amiya Braxton Amendment; create to require the arrest and charge of a driver who kills a child when violating the school crossing provisions.
Analysis:
1040. HB 1040
Not Rated
Election Commissioners; revise the staggered terms for those elected in board of supervisors' Districts Two and Four.
Analysis:
1041. HB 1041
Not Rated
Firearms Protection Act; create.
Analysis:
1042. HB 1042
Not Rated
Mobile sports wagering; authorize.
Analysis:
1043. HB 1043
Not Rated
Public trust tidelands; provide the procedure for removal of submerged logs on.
Analysis:
1044. HB 1044
Not Rated
MS Rare Disease Advisory Council; create at UMMC.
Analysis:
1045. HB 1045
Not Rated
Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law; revise definition of 'qualified resort area' and allow package retailer's permits.
Analysis:
1046. HB 1046
Not Rated
Habitual offenders; exclude nonviolent offenders.
Analysis:
1047. HB 1047
Not Rated
Nationally certified licensed school employees; delete caps on nurses and speech pathologists and add athletic trainers for salary supplements.
Analysis:
1048. HB 1048
Not Rated
Qualification deadline; change to February 1 for certain statewide, state district, county and county district offices.
Analysis:
1049. HB 1049
Not Rated
Income tax; authorize tax credit for cost of qualified clean-burning motor vehicle fuel property.
Analysis:
1050. HB 1050
Not Rated
Criminal investigators; increase the salaries of those employed by district attorneys.
Analysis:
1051. HB 1051
Not Rated
Mississippi Prison Education Reform Act of 2021; create.
Analysis:
1052. HB 1052
Not Rated
Statewide assessment program; discontinue all standardized tests except for single test in Grades 3, 8 and 11.
Analysis:
1053. HB 1053
Not Rated
Teacher licensure; establish alternative routes to five-year license due to critical teacher shortage.
Analysis:
1054. HB 1054
Not Rated
Distinctive motor license tag; authorize issuance to veterans of Operation Desert Storm and Operation Desert Shield.
Analysis:
1055. HB 1055
Not Rated
Community College Board of Trustees; provide for the selection of for Hinds Community College District.
Analysis:
1056. HB 1056
Not Rated
Individual bond; require for public officers and employees handling or having the custody of public funds.
Analysis:
1057. HB 1057
Not Rated
Expungement; remove certain types of embezzlement from list of excluded crimes.
Analysis:
1058. HB 1058
Not Rated
Special Prosecutor; create procedure when DA is absent or unable to perform his or her duties.
Analysis:
1059. HB 1059
Not Rated
Expungement; authorize for all nonviolent crimes after five years.
Analysis:
1060. HB 1060
Not Rated
Officer-involved death; require investigation and appointment of special prosecutor.
Analysis:
1061. HB 1061
Not Rated
State employees; provide for across-the-board increase in annual salaries of.
Analysis:
1062. HB 1062
Not Rated
Daylight saving time; observe year-round if federal law is amended to allow it.
Analysis:
1063. HB 1063
Not Rated
Transformative renewable energy projects; authorize boards of supervisors to designate as such for certain tax purposes.
Analysis:
1064. HB 1064
Not Rated
Counties and municipalities; authorize establishment of summer youth work programs.
Analysis:
1065. HB 1065
Not Rated
Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; increase number that may be issued to a person who is a recipient of the Purple Heart Medal.
Analysis:
1066. HB 1066
Not Rated
Littering; increase fines and allocate monies collected to police, sheriff.
Analysis:
1067. HB 1067
Not Rated
Foreign Company Accountability Act; create.
Analysis:
1068. HB 1068
Not Rated
School recognition program; bring forward.
Analysis:
1069. HB 1069
Not Rated
Children's Center for Communication and Development; establish special fund for the support of in providing services for certain exceptional children.
Analysis:
1070. HB 1070
Not Rated
Fee-in-lieu of ad valorem taxes; bring forward sections relating to.
Analysis:
1071. HB 1071
Not Rated
School curriculum; require teaching of certain high school subjects in 'C', 'D' and 'F' rated districts.
Analysis:
1072. HB 1072
Not Rated
Teacher salaries; authorize supplement for teachers in critical shortage subject areas in D and F districts.
Analysis:
1073. HB 1073
Not Rated
Community and junior colleges; waive all tuition and costs for graduates of Mississippi high schools.
Analysis:
1074. HB 1074
Not Rated
State employees; provide for pay raise based on the amount of their annual salaries.
Analysis:
1075. HB 1075
Not Rated
MS Credit Availability Act, Title Pledge Act, and Check Cashers Act; extend or remove repealer on certain provisions of.
Analysis:
1076. HB 1076
Not Rated
Retailer Tax Fairness Act; create.
Analysis:
1077. HB 1077
Not Rated
Open account; revise definition and require account creditor to send demand to current address of account debtor through certain means.
Analysis:
1078. HB 1078
Not Rated
Perpetual care and preneed cemetery and funeral laws; unlawful to make false or misleading statements in records under.
Analysis:
1079. HB 1079
Not Rated
Expungement; revise list of eligible crimes.
Analysis:
1080. HB 1080
Not Rated
Disenfranchising crimes; clarify those that qualify as.
Analysis:
1081. HB 1081
Not Rated
Absentee ballots; revise those who are authorized to vote by.
Analysis:
1082. HB 1082
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt retail sales of certain electronic devices and educational software during the last weekend in July.
Analysis:
1083. HB 1083
Not Rated
Felony expunction; revise age to obtain to conform to revisions.
Analysis:
1084. HB 1084
Not Rated
Online voter registration; authorize for first-time registrants.
Analysis:
1085. HB 1085
Not Rated
Medicaid; provide coverage for community-based home-visitation and pregnancy support services.
Analysis:
1086. HB 1086
Not Rated
Medicaid; provide coverage for substance abuse and mental health services for pregnant and postpartum women.
Analysis:
1087. HB 1087
Not Rated
Medicaid; provide continued eligibility for eligible women for up to 12 months postpartum.
Analysis:
1088. HB 1088
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; increase per diem rate paid to regionals for housing of state offenders.
Analysis:
1089. HB 1089
Not Rated
Medicaid; covered family planning services shall include coverage for long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) methods.
Analysis:
1090. HB 1090
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of 'qualified resort area' under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.
Analysis:
1091. HB 1091
Not Rated
Alcohol; bring forward sections relating to.
Analysis:
1092. HB 1092
Not Rated
Medicaid; increase reimbursement rate for preventative dental services for 3 fiscal years.
Analysis:
1093. HB 1093
Not Rated
Medicaid; bring forward services and managed care provisions.
Analysis:
1094. HB 1094
Not Rated
Medicaid; provide same services to children with ADHD as those provided to children with autism.
Analysis:
1095. HB 1095
Not Rated
Department of Revenue; authorize to compromise and settle certain tax liabilities.
Analysis:
1096. HB 1096
Not Rated
Medicaid; bring forward services, managed care and provider assessment provisions.
Analysis:
1097. HB 1097
Not Rated
Law enforcement pursuits; require municipalities and counties to develop policies regarding.
Analysis:
1098. HB 1098
Not Rated
Financial services; authorize financial institutions to provide to licensed medical marijuana treatment centers.
Analysis:
1099. HB 1099
Not Rated
Confederate flag; remove from the prohibition on desecrating certain national and state flags.
Analysis:
1100. HB 1100
Not Rated
Ad valorem tax; revise provisions regarding notice relating payment or nonpayment of.
Analysis:
1101. HB 1101
Not Rated
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.
Analysis:
1102. HB 1102
Not Rated
Certificate of Rehabilitation; expand authorization for convictions in federal court, state military court and other states.
Analysis:
1103. HB 1103
Not Rated
Review Board for Officer-Involved Deaths; create.
Analysis:
1104. HB 1104
Not Rated
Income tax; authorize credit for certain child care expenses, child care centers and child care teachers and directors.
Analysis:
1105. HB 1105
Not Rated
Habitual offender law; exclude drug and nonviolent offenses when computing prior offenses under.
Analysis:
1106. HB 1106
Not Rated
Mandatory 85% sentencing rule; repeal.
Analysis:
1107. HB 1107
Not Rated
Commutation of sentences; require for certain nonviolent offenders.
Analysis:
1108. HB 1108
Not Rated
Habitual offender law; authorize parole eligibility if offender served 10 years of a sentence of 40 years or more.
Analysis:
1109. HB 1109
Not Rated
Minimum Wage; establish at $10.00 and set requirements for exemptions and overtime.
Analysis:
1110. HB 1110
Not Rated
DOC; convert restitution centers to post-release reentry centers.
Analysis:
1111. HB 1111
Not Rated
Use of restitution centers by DOC; repeal and convert centers into post-release reentry centers.
Analysis:
1112. HB 1112
Not Rated
Corrections Inspection Council; establish.
Analysis:
1113. HB 1113
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist the Delta Blues Museum with installation of permanent exhibits.
Analysis:
1114. HB 1114
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Delta Blues Museum's installation of permanent exhibits.
Analysis:
1115. HB 1115
Not Rated
Average daily attendance; dispense with calculating for 2021-2022 school year and use ADA from 2020-2021 school year.
Analysis:
1116. HB 1116
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of career technical buildings at the Greenville Higher Education Center.
Analysis:
1117. HB 1117
Not Rated
Statewide educational assessments; lower minimum passing score on certain tests for 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 school years.
Analysis:
1118. HB 1118
Not Rated
First Responders and Essential Workers Incentive Program; authorize counties and municipalities to create.
Analysis:
1119. HB 1119
Not Rated
Appropriation; Mississippi Department of Transportation to fund sidewalk in the city of Jackson.
Analysis:
1120. HB 1120
Not Rated
High school curriculum; implement instruction in traditional vocational agricultural and forestry education, civics and home economics.
Analysis:
1121. HB 1121
Not Rated
Career pathways initiative; provide for development of to increase access to educational credentials for higher-paying jobs.
Analysis:
1122. HB 1122
Not Rated
Department of Human Services; require a board of directors to be created within.
Analysis:
1123. HB 1123
Not Rated
Early Learning Collaborative Act of 2013; revise funding and specify teaching standards.
Analysis:
1124. HB 1124
Not Rated
Legislative vacancy; revise procedure to fill.
Analysis:
1125. HB 1125
Not Rated
Schools; provide for mental health services providers and trauma informed training.
Analysis:
1126. HB 1126
Not Rated
Keep Our Kids on Track Act of 2021; create.
Analysis:
1127. HB 1127
Not Rated
School attendance officers; require to receive training on IDEA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
Analysis:
1128. HB 1128
Not Rated
Habitually disruptive student; require to be evaluated for disability under IDEA after second incident of disruptive behavior.
Analysis:
1129. HB 1129
Not Rated
Expungement; remove embezzlement by officers from the list of nonexpungeable crimes.
Analysis:
1130. HB 1130
Not Rated
Expungement; authorize for embezzlement by a state, county, city or town officer after 14 years of completing all terms and conditions of sentences.
Analysis:
1131. HB 1131
Not Rated
Firearms possession; authorize for nonviolent felons in homes and cars.
Analysis:
1132. HB 1132
Not Rated
Lottery; clarify liquor stores able to serve as lottery retailers.
Analysis:
1133. HB 1133
Not Rated
CTE students; provide tuition-free instruction and increased financial assistance for industry certification assessment.
Analysis:
1134. HB 1134
Not Rated
Broadband Enabling Act; require electric cooperatives to annually file certain documents with PSC and State Auditor.
Analysis:
1135. HB 1135
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; create delivery service permit.
Analysis:
1136. HB 1136
Not Rated
Mississippi Educational Talent Recruitment Act; create.
Analysis:
1137. HB 1137
Not Rated
Ad valorem tax; revise certain provisions regarding the determination of true value of land used for agricultural purposes.
Analysis:
1138. HB 1138
Not Rated
Retirement; allow certain members of PERS to purchase creditable service for service with non-PERS employers.
Analysis:
1139. HB 1139
Not Rated
Income, sales and use taxes; remove requirement that certain taxpayers pay June tax liability on or before June 25.
Analysis:
1140. HB 1140
Not Rated
First-degree murder; include unlawful distribution of controlled substances, when the distribution is proximate cause of death.
Analysis:
1141. HB 1141
Not Rated
Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing Program Act; create.
Analysis:
1142. HB 1142
Not Rated
Construction; revise contractor's tax regarding certain, require permits in counties/municipalities with construction codes.
Analysis:
1143. HB 1143
Not Rated
Appropriation; Health Department to provide epi-pens and AEDs in IHLs, community colleges and schools.
Analysis:
1144. HB 1144
Not Rated
Income tax; provide a credit for taxpayers who claim a federal earned income tax credit.
Analysis:
1145. HB 1145
Not Rated
State agencies; prohibit disclosure of identifying information received from program applicants.
Analysis:
1146. HB 1146
Not Rated
Mississippi Mosquito and West Nile Virus Awareness Week; designate April 13-19 annually as.
Analysis:
1147. HB 1147
Not Rated
State holiday; remove Robert E. Lee's birthday as legal.
Analysis:
1148. HB 1148
Not Rated
Indigenous People Day; designate second Monday in October as legal state holiday in observance of.
Analysis:
1149. HB 1149
Not Rated
Crimes; require specification of degree of mental culpability required for commission of.
Analysis:
1150. HB 1150
Not Rated
Income tax refund; provide check off on individual form to allow contribution to State General Fund.
Analysis:
1151. HB 1151
Not Rated
School enrollment; authorize child transferred to out of school district to remain enrolled after parent's retirement from that school.
Analysis:
1152. HB 1152
Not Rated
'The Rational Use of Product Act'; create.
Analysis:
1153. HB 1153
Not Rated
Stand-alone ice vending machines; exempt bags or other containers used to store ice from including certain information on its label.
Analysis:
1154. HB 1154
Not Rated
Mississippi Outdoors and Natural Resources Fund; create to provide source of private funds to promote outdoors and natural resources.
Analysis:
1155. HB 1155
Not Rated
Compensation for members of boards of supervisors; revise.
Analysis:
1156. HB 1156
Not Rated
Public property; authorize certain state property conveyed to Jackson to be used for park and recreational purposes.
Analysis:
1157. HB 1157
Not Rated
Golf carts and low-speed vehicles; allow municipalities to authorize operation on certain municipal streets.
Analysis:
1158. HB 1158
Not Rated
Graves and abandoned public cemeteries; create process to enter and exit without landowner's permission.
Analysis:
1159. HB 1159
Not Rated
Municipal annexation; provide that an election shall be held on the question of.
Analysis:
1160. HB 1160
Not Rated
Dual Credit Community College Scholarship Program; create.
Analysis:
1161. HB 1161
Not Rated
Mississippi Law Enforcement Interaction Course Act; enact for implementation in public school curriculum.
Analysis:
1162. HB 1162
Not Rated
Abortion; revise physician requirement and prohibit facilities from selling stem cells.
Analysis:
1163. HB 1163
Not Rated
COVID-19; prohibit use of state funds for mandatory administration of vaccine against.
Analysis:
1164. HB 1164
Not Rated
CDL; prohibit for any person convicted under Mississippi Human Trafficking Act.
Analysis:
1165. HB 1165
Not Rated
Window tint regulation; revise medical exemption.
Analysis:
1166. HB 1166
Not Rated
Health insurance; prohibit premium surcharges based on vaccination or nonvaccination for the prevention of COVID-19.
Analysis:
1167. HB 1167
Not Rated
State flags; Secretary of State shall procure for display on Capitol grounds and provided to legislators to give to the public.
Analysis:
1168. HB 1168
Not Rated
Telemedicine; revise for purposes of health insurance and employee benefit plans.
Analysis:
1169. HB 1169
Not Rated
Developmental and physical disabilities; require health insurance policies cover similar to autism spectrum disorder requirement.
Analysis:
1170. HB 1170
Not Rated
Constables; authorize counties to pay additional compensation to when courts are closed for more than 30 days.
Analysis:
1171. HB 1171
Not Rated
County jail dockets; require additional data for transparency purpose and require uniform recording of data.
Analysis:
1172. HB 1172
Not Rated
Social media company community standards; require court to issue injunction when plaintiff demonstrates violation of by a defendant's communications on social media platform.
Analysis:
1173. HB 1173
Not Rated
Retail food establishments; prohibit from imposing cost-plus pricing formulas.
Analysis:
1174. HB 1174
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; authorize to provide for hospice care services to inmates with a terminal illness.
Analysis:
1175. HB 1175
Not Rated
Patriot Guard Act; create.
Analysis:
1176. HB 1176
Not Rated
Presidential election; prohibit release of popular vote until after meeting of electors in the states.
Analysis:
1177. HB 1177
Not Rated
General laws and journals of legislative sessions; copies of not provided to certain recipients of unless specifically requested.
Analysis:
1178. HB 1178
Not Rated
MAEP; determine cost of using Average Daily Membership (ADM) in lieu of ADA with 90% threshold attendance trigger.
Analysis:
1179. HB 1179
Not Rated
William F. Winter and Jack Reed, Sr., Teacher Loan Repayment Program; create.
Analysis:
1180. HB 1180
Not Rated
Income tax; authorize rebate for certain residents with employment outside Mississippi.
Analysis:
1181. HB 1181
Not Rated
The MS Registered Agents Act; revise to include 'email address.'
Analysis:
1182. HB 1182
Not Rated
Veterans; provide uniform definition and include NOAA Corps.
Analysis:
1183. HB 1183
Not Rated
Presidential electors; revise selection of to be one from each congressional district and two from the state at-large.
Analysis:
1184. HB 1184
Not Rated
Community and junior colleges; expand workforce development partnerships.
Analysis:
1185. HB 1185
Not Rated
Civics; require State Board of Education to develop curriculum for public middle and high school students.
Analysis:
1186. HB 1186
Not Rated
United States Highway 49; designate segment from Hinds County to Coahoma County as an historic highway.
Analysis:
1187. HB 1187
Not Rated
Habitually disruptive students; require to be evaluated for disability under IDEA after second incident of disruptive behavior.
Analysis:
1188. HB 1188
Not Rated
Election commissioners; require board of supervisors to provide insurance coverage for.
Analysis:
1189. HB 1189
Not Rated
The Crown Act; create to prohibit discrimination based on hairstyles in workplace and schools.
Analysis:
1190. HB 1190
Not Rated
Open Meetings; include subcommittee in the definition of public body in provisions for.
Analysis:
1191. HB 1191
Not Rated
Retirement; PERS members convicted of job-related felonies shall be terminated from system.
Analysis:
1192. HB 1192
Not Rated
Air rifle; authorize use during open season with guns for individuals exempt from hunting license requirement by reason of disablility.
Analysis:
1193. HB 1193
Not Rated
Noxubee County; authorize assessments on misdemeanor convictions and nonadjudications to repair county courthouse/county owned facilities.
Analysis:
1194. HB 1194
Not Rated
Appropriations; phase in 25% reduction for agencies and departments over ten years.
Analysis:
1195. HB 1195
Not Rated
Electric bicycles; regulate.
Analysis:
1196. HB 1196
Not Rated
State Board of Funeral Service; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
1197. HB 1197
Not Rated
Dual-phase design-build method of construction contracting; revise certain provisions of.
Analysis:
1198. HB 1198
Not Rated
Dual-phase design-build method of construction contracting; revise certain provisions of.
Analysis:
1199. HB 1199
Not Rated
Commission on Status of Women; require that all vacancies be filled and meeting held by July 1, 2021.
Analysis:
1200. HB 1200
Not Rated
'Mississippi Mask Usage Act'; enact to require masks to be worn in federal and state government facilities.
Analysis:
1201. HB 1201
Not Rated
State Public Defender; revise certain powers and duties of.
Analysis:
1202. HB 1202
Not Rated
Postsecondary educational institutions; require 50% in person instruction as condition of receiving legislative appropriation.
Analysis:
1203. HB 1203
Not Rated
Heathcare Contracting Simplification Act; create.
Analysis:
1204. HB 1204
Not Rated
Department of Child Protection Services; require search for relatives of child taken into custody and establish placement preferences.
Analysis:
1205. HB 1205
Not Rated
Telemedicine; revise definition for provisions of law regarding coverage for telemedicine services.
Analysis:
1206. HB 1206
Not Rated
Driver's license; revise certain requirements and create certificate for driving.
Analysis:
1207. HB 1207
Not Rated
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.
Analysis:
1208. HB 1208
Not Rated
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.
Analysis:
1209. HB 1209
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with improvements to Livingston Park.
Analysis:
1210. HB 1210
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with improvements to Sykes Park.
Analysis:
1211. HB 1211
Not Rated
Administrative hearing procedures for Commission on Marine Resources; revise to authorize executive director of Department of Marine Resources to make final decisions during.
Analysis:
1212. HB 1212
Not Rated
Governor; if appointments to offices not timely reported to Senate, Lt. Governor has authority to make the appointments.
Analysis:
1213. HB 1213
Not Rated
State Personnel Board; require exempted agencies' reports to include quantifiable data and to be sent to SPB, PEER and LBO.
Analysis:
1214. HB 1214
Not Rated
Charter schools; reconstitute authorizer board and require formula to ensure equitable distribution of local funds.
Analysis:
1215. HB 1215
Not Rated
Parole Board; bring forward sections relating to powers and duties of.
Analysis:
1216. HB 1216
Not Rated
Correctional system cost-per-day reviews; transfer responsibility from PEER to MDOC.
Analysis:
1217. HB 1217
Not Rated
'Ban-the-Box Act'; create to prohibit public employers from using criminal history as a bar to employment.
Analysis:
1218. HB 1218
Not Rated
Mississippi Fair Housing Act; create.
Analysis:
1219. HB 1219
Not Rated
DHS; develop process to ensure that subgrantees reflect the demographic makeup of the eligible population for the grants.
Analysis:
1220. HB 1220
Not Rated
IHL; continue annual deposits into Ayers Settlement Fund for 10 years and end reductions to Ayers Endowment Trust.
Analysis:
1221. HB 1221
Not Rated
Wire tapping; authorize the Cyber Crime Division within the Attorney General's office to investigate child exploitation cases.
Analysis:
1222. HB 1222
Not Rated
Intimate visual material; create civil and criminal liability for unlawful disclosure or promotion of.
Analysis:
1223. HB 1223
Not Rated
County elected officers; provide that salaries shall not be reduced due to reduction in total assessed valuation or population.
Analysis:
1224. HB 1224
Not Rated
Bulletproof Vests Revolving Fund; create.
Analysis:
1225. HB 1225
Not Rated
Nonviolent offenders; require certain segregated housing, repeal 85% rule, expand authority of judge to make eligible for parole.
Analysis:
1226. HB 1226
Not Rated
Fifteenth Circuit Court Districts; remove residency requirement for Pearl River County and reduce the number of judges for the district.
Analysis:
1227. HB 1227
Not Rated
Fifteenth Circuit Court District; reduce the number of judges for.
Analysis:
1228. HB 1228
Not Rated
Fifteenth Circuit Court District; revise residency requirement.
Analysis:
1229. HB 1229
Not Rated
Wildlife management areas; authorize use of mobility-related devices on trails for certain individuals.
Analysis:
1230. HB 1230
Not Rated
Mississippi Development Authority; allow businesses located on tribal lands to be eligible for certain discretionary programs.
Analysis:
1231. HB 1231
Not Rated
Mississippi Outdoor Stewardship Trust Fund; create.
Analysis:
1232. HB 1232
Not Rated
Hinds County; authorize assessments on convictions/nonadjudications to repair pre-trial detention centers and courthouses.
Analysis:
1233. HB 1233
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Town of Fayette with improvements to Main Street.
Analysis:
1234. HB 1234
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Town of Fayette with improvements to Spring Street.
Analysis:
1235. HB 1235
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Claiborne, Franklin, Jefferson and Warren Counties with infrastructure improvements.
Analysis:
1236. HB 1236
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Port Gibson with road improvements.
Analysis:
1237. HB 1237
Not Rated
PEER committee; require to review the operations of Child Protection Services.
Analysis:
1238. HB 1238
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of feminine hygiene products, contraceptive products, baby formula and diapers.
Analysis:
1239. HB 1239
Not Rated
Health care practitioner; require to wear photo ID name tag that includes the type of license held by the practitioner.
Analysis:
1240. HB 1240
Not Rated
Colonel Guy Groff State Variable Compensation Plan; allow certain agency heads to implement components of.
Analysis:
1241. HB 1241
Not Rated
Instant-runoff voting; authorize for certain elections.
Analysis:
1242. HB 1242
Not Rated
Online voter registration; authorize for first-time registrants.
Analysis:
1243. HB 1243
Not Rated
State Superintendent of Public Education; align salary of to no more than 150% of Governor's salary.
Analysis:
1244. HB 1244
Not Rated
MAEP; remove the requirement for collection of fees in lieu of taxes as a portion of local contribution requirement.
Analysis:
1245. HB 1245
Not Rated
MDOT; require maintenance of rights-of-way of state highways inside municipal limits with 10,000 or less population.
Analysis:
1246. HB 1246
Not Rated
Capitol Complex Improvement District; authorize demolition of slum and blighted properties located within.
Analysis:
1247. HB 1247
Not Rated
Sheriffs and police officers; require availability of less-lethal force option while on duty.
Analysis:
1248. HB 1248
Not Rated
Casinos; revise locations in Tunica County where may locate.
Analysis:
1249. HB 1249
Not Rated
Radar; delete population threshold for municipal law enforcement to use on public streets of municipality.
Analysis:
1250. HB 1250
Not Rated
Fresh Start Act; revise certain portions of.
Analysis:
1251. HB 1251
Not Rated
Mississippi Workers' Compensation Commission; return to a special fund agency.
Analysis:
1252. HB 1252
Not Rated
Public Service Commission; provide certain requirements regarding public proceedings and information.
Analysis:
1253. HB 1253
Not Rated
Construction management at risk method of project delivery; revise certain provisions related to.
Analysis:
1254. HB 1254
Not Rated
2021 Mississippi Education Task Force; create to review state regulations and accountability system.
Analysis:
1255. HB 1255
Not Rated
Mississippi Dementia Care Program; create pilot program to provide services for caregivers of and persons with Alzheimer's or dementia.
Analysis:
1256. HB 1256
Not Rated
State Auditor; increase fee to be charged by for performing audits and other services.
Analysis:
1257. HB 1257
Not Rated
Public school athletics; establish study committee to evaluate transferring administration to local governments.
Analysis:
1258. HB 1258
Not Rated
Posting injurious messages; repeal code section held unconstitutional.
Analysis:
1259. HC 1
Resolution
Bobby Paschal Martin; commend life and legacy upon his passing.
Analysis:
1260. HC 2
Resolution
Former Representative Gary V. Staples; commend legislative career and mourn loss upon his passing.
Analysis:
1261. HC 3
Resolution
Constitution; signatures of electors from any congressional district cannot exceed a certain fractional portion of the total number required to qualify initiative for ballot.
Analysis:
1262. HC 4
Resolution
Representative Gary Chism; commend dedicated legislative career and public service upon his retirement.
Analysis:
1263. HC 5
Resolution
Birthplace of Southern Soul; declare the State of Mississippi as.
Analysis:
1264. HC 6
Resolution
Constitution; amend to provide that all elections for statewide office, state district office, member of the Legislature or local office shall be held at the same time as the presidential election.
Analysis:
1265. HC 7
Resolution
Constitution; amend to restore voting rights to qualified electors who have committed a felony once sentencing requirements are met.
Analysis:
1266. HC 8
Resolution
Constitution; amend to restore voting rights to certain qualified electors once sentencing requirements are met.
Analysis:
1267. HC 9
Resolution
Constitution; amend to reconstitute the Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning.
Analysis:
1268. HC 10
Resolution
Arthur James Anderson, Sr.; commend the life, legacy and contributions upon his passing.
Analysis:
1269. HC 11
Resolution
Magee High School Football Team; commend upon winning MHSAA Class 3A State Championship.
Analysis:
1270. HC 12
Resolution
Article V Convention; provide for selection and authority of commissioners.
Analysis:
1271. HC 13
Resolution
Safe and Healthy Pregnancies for Working Women Day in Mississippi; designate February 14, 2021, as.
Analysis:
1272. HC 14
Resolution
Joint Rules; amend to limit introduction of general bills requiring majority vote to sessions in even-numbered years.
Analysis:
1273. HC 15
Resolution
President Biden; urge to cancel any plans for a military parade and use monies to help the veterans.
Analysis:
1274. HC 16
Resolution
Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution; ratify.
Analysis:
1275. HC 17
Resolution
Constitution; amend to provide automatic restoration of suffrage for persons convicted of nonviolent crimes.
Analysis:
1276. HC 18
Resolution
Constitution; amend to provide that member of House or Senate for the first time after January 1, 2022, not eligible to serve again in that office after serving three terms.
Analysis:
1277. HC 19
Resolution
Day of Tears in Mississippi; recognize January 22, 2021, as.
Analysis:
1278. HC 20
Resolution
Former Representative Nolan Mettetal; mourn loss and commemorate laudable legislative career upon his passing.
Analysis:
1279. HC 21
Resolution
State of the State address of the Governor; call joint session to hear.
Analysis:
1280. HC 22
Resolution
Barabbas Leasy; commend contributions throughout many years of service in education.
Analysis:
1281. HC 23
Resolution
Bill of Rights Sanctuary State; declare the State of Mississippi to be a.
Analysis:
1282. HC 24
Resolution
Congress; urge to call a convention of the states under Article V of the U. S. Constitution to propose amendments limited to requiring that the U. S. Supreme Court be composed of nine justices.
Analysis:
1283. HC 25
Resolution
Former Representative Nolan 'Ray' R. Rogers; mourn loss and commemorate laudable legislative career upon his passing.
Analysis:
1284. HC 26
Resolution
Joint Rules; amend to allow legislators to participate remotely in committee meetings and floor sessions beginning in 2022.
Analysis:
1285. HC 27
Resolution
Mississippi Highway Patrol Lt. Troy Morris; commend life and legacy upon his passing.
Analysis:
1286. HC 28
Resolution
Daylight saving time; urge Congress to enact legislation to allow states to observe year-round.
Analysis:
1287. HC 29
Resolution
Constitution; amend to remove requirement to hold a separate runoff election for Governor and statewide elected officials.
Analysis:
1288. HC 30
Resolution
2020 MHSAA Mr. Football Award recipients; commend and congratulate.
Analysis:
1289. HR 1
Resolution
Emmett Till murder; issue apology for state's role in killers' acquittals that were based on a lie.
Analysis:
1290. HR 2
Resolution
Omega Psi Phi Day; designate February 5, 2021 as in Mississippi.
Analysis:
1291. HR 3
Resolution
Children's Advocacy Centers of Mississippi; commend for 20 years of dedicated service.
Analysis:
1292. HR 4
Resolution
Jackson State University Lady Tigers Basketball Team; commend upon winning 2020 SWAC regular season championship.
Analysis:
1293. HR 5
Resolution
House Rules; amend to create a new rule that requires each committee's agenda to be published 24 hours before the meeting.
Analysis:
1294. HR 6
Resolution
President Biden; urge to agree that the press is not a threat to America.
Analysis:
1295. HR 7
Resolution
President Biden; urge to end the tariff war that is hurting Mississippi farmers.
Analysis:
1296. HR 8
Resolution
House Rules; amend to create a new rule to require all House members representing new created circuit judicial districts to agree before adoption of bill.
Analysis:
1297. HR 9
Resolution
Dr. Harry C. Frye, Jr.; commend life and legacy upon his passing.
Analysis:
1298. HR 10
Resolution
Brenda Fortune Sisson; mourn loss and commemorate life and legacy upon her passing.
Analysis:
1299. HR 11
Resolution
House Rules; amend to require a racial impact statement for all legislation to be attached to each bill.
Analysis:
1300. SB 2001
Bad Policy
Teachers' salaries; provide for increase.
Analysis: This bill increases teachers’ salaries $1,000 in addition to the annual “step” increase already provided in the teacher pay scale and given to every teacher every year. This bill would provide the third pay increase since 2014. The 2014 and 2019 increases amount to an additional $176.9 million dollars needed every year. Adding another pay increase is simply not fiscally responsible during the middle of a pandemic when so many Mississippians face severe economic hardship and total lack of employment. Our government should focus on directing necessary resources to recovery efforts while maintaining a balanced budget to insure the economic stability of our state as a whole.
1301. SB 2002
Not Rated
Durable medical equipment; fix Medicaid reimbursement rate at 100% of Medicare rate.
Analysis:
1302. SB 2003
Not Rated
Medicaid reimbursement; authorize for accredited community mental health service providers.
Analysis:
1303. SB 2004
Not Rated
Health Care CON; delete moratorium on child/adolescent psychiatric or chemical dependency beds and Medicaid reimbursement.
Analysis:
1304. SB 2005
Not Rated
State Board of Examiners for Audiology and Speech Language Pathology; create.
Analysis:
1305. SB 2006
Not Rated
Physical therapy practice laws; revise various provisions of.
Analysis:
1306. SB 2007
Not Rated
Advanced practice registered nurses; revise certain provisions relating to, including collaboration requirement.
Analysis:
1307. SB 2008
Not Rated
Nurse practitioners; authorize to dispense legend drugs to patients.
Analysis:
1308. SB 2009
Not Rated
Rural water associations; owner of rental property shall not be liable for his tenant's unpaid water bill.
Analysis:
1309. SB 2010
Not Rated
Interception of wire or oral communications; authorize sheriff departments to possess, operate or monitor such devices.
Analysis:
1310. SB 2011
Not Rated
Chemical endangerment of a child or fetus; create crime of.
Analysis:
1311. SB 2012
Not Rated
United States Flag; prohibit burning.
Analysis:
1312. SB 2013
Not Rated
Statute of limitations; except sexual battery from.
Analysis:
1313. SB 2014
Not Rated
Affidavit ballots; reduce length of time within which certain persons must present proper voter ID or execute religious exemption.
Analysis:
1314. SB 2015
Not Rated
Online voter registration; revise to allow for first-time voters to register through.
Analysis:
1315. SB 2016
Not Rated
Secretary of State Statewide Elections Management System; provide for voter's proof of citizenship.
Analysis:
1316. SB 2017
Not Rated
Marking election ballots; delete option of using indelible pencil to mark ballots.
Analysis:
1317. SB 2018
Not Rated
Mississippi Telephone Solicitation Act; extend repealer on provision requiring deposit of fees to State General Fund.
Analysis:
1318. SB 2019
Not Rated
Ban the Box Act; enact.
Analysis:
1319. SB 2020
Neutral
Tribal identification cards; recognize as legal means of personal identification.
Analysis:
1320. SB 2021
Not Rated
Coordinator of Mental Health Accessibility; house position under DFA, exempt contracts from rules of contract review board.
Analysis:
1321. SB 2022
Not Rated
Justice courts; required to accept electronic filing.
Analysis:
1322. SB 2023
Not Rated
Health insurance carriers; require to cap patient cost for prescriptions for insulin drugs.
Analysis:
1323. SB 2024
Not Rated
Depositories; revise bid process for selection by counties and municipalities.
Analysis:
1324. SB 2025
Not Rated
Travel Insurance Act of 2021; create.
Analysis:
1325. SB 2026
Not Rated
State Health Insurance Plan; provide benefits to surviving spouse/dependent of law enforcement officer killed in the line of duty.
Analysis:
1326. SB 2027
Not Rated
Local governmental entities; prohibit from requiring a license for certain businesses operated by a minor.
Analysis:
1327. SB 2028
Not Rated
Health care CON review; party requesting or appealing a hearing on application is responsible for costs and attorney fees.
Analysis:
1328. SB 2029
Not Rated
Sexual battery; conform statute of limitations to the statute of limitations for rape.
Analysis:
1329. SB 2030
Not Rated
Local governments; prohibit from imposing penalties or fines on security companies when false security alarm occurs.
Analysis:
1330. SB 2031
Not Rated
City of Louisville; extend the hotel and motel tax repeal date to July 1, 2025.
Analysis:
1331. SB 2032
Not Rated
City of Olive Branch; authorize 1% tax on hotels and motels and issuance of bonds for tourism and parks and recreation.
Analysis:
1332. SB 2033
Not Rated
Columbia Training School property; DFA may transfer portion of to the Marion County Board of Supervisors.
Analysis:
1333. SB 2034
Not Rated
Alteration or renaming of historical monuments, memorials and streets; prohibit and provide sanctions.
Analysis:
1334. SB 2035
Not Rated
Hunting; allow air guns, air bows and pre-charged pneumatic weapons, and authorize special seasons for CWD sample collection.
Analysis:
1335. SB 2036
Not Rated
Deer hunting; allow the use of electronically amplified sound devices.
Analysis:
1336. SB 2037
Not Rated
Medicaid Access and Opportunity Act of 2021; enact.
Analysis:
1337. SB 2038
Not Rated
Civics Test; require passing score for high school graduates and high school equivalency diploma applicants.
Analysis:
1338. SB 2039
Not Rated
Local school board members; prescribe salary scale based on school district student enrollment.
Analysis:
1339. SB 2040
Not Rated
Kindergarten-age children; require compulsory school attendance for all.
Analysis:
1340. SB 2041
Not Rated
Teachers' salary; implement a four-year phase in to increase to the southeastern average.
Analysis:
1341. SB 2042
Not Rated
Assistant teachers; require school districts to notify of nonreemployment.
Analysis:
1342. SB 2043
Not Rated
State agencies; require all chief financial officers and accountants to be employed by DFA.
Analysis:
1343. SB 2044
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize to assist Marshall County in improving Barringer Road for Chickasaw Trail Industrial Park access.
Analysis:
1344. SB 2045
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize to assist Marshall County in building emergency response center to serve Chickasaw Trail Industrial Park.
Analysis:
1345. SB 2046
Not Rated
Ad valorem tax on inventory; phase in exemption for certain small businesses.
Analysis:
1346. SB 2047
Not Rated
Appointed state officers; provide for the removal of for certain forms of willful neglect.
Analysis:
1347. SB 2048
Not Rated
Regulatory Reduction Program; require certain pilot agencies to implement.
Analysis:
1348. SB 2049
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance of general obligation bonds for repair and renovation of Triangle Cultural Center in Yazoo City.
Analysis:
1349. SB 2050
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for demolition and cleanup of dilapidated structures in downtown Rolling Fork.
Analysis:
1350. SB 2051
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance of general obligation bonds for repair and renovation of Oakes African American Cultural Center.
Analysis:
1351. SB 2052
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance of general obligation bonds for improvements to Rolling Fork Civic and Event Center.
Analysis:
1352. SB 2053
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance of general obligation bonds for West Central Mississippi Incubator Grant Program.
Analysis:
1353. SB 2054
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize to assist Serenity on the Bayou in Anguilla renovate and equip building for Emmanuel Community Center.
Analysis:
1354. SB 2055
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Perry County Board of Supervisors with costs of extension of natural gas line.
Analysis:
1355. SB 2056
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize for street improvement in the City of Greenville.
Analysis:
1356. SB 2057
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for Local System Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation Fund.
Analysis:
1357. SB 2058
Not Rated
Appropriation FY2022; Church of God in Christ historical markers in Holmes County, Mississippi.
Analysis:
1358. SB 2059
Not Rated
Appropriation FY2022; to Department of Archives and History for an historical statue of Emmett Till at Leflore County Courthouse.
Analysis:
1359. SB 2060
Not Rated
State employee salaries; direct State Personnel Board to implement across-the-board increase.
Analysis:
1360. SB 2061
Not Rated
State Superintendent of Education; provide limitation on salary.
Analysis:
1361. SB 2062
Not Rated
Rural Fire Truck Acquisition Assistance Program; authorize an additional round for counties and municipalities.
Analysis:
1362. SB 2063
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt motor vehicle transfers to and from trusts, corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies.
Analysis:
1363. SB 2064
Not Rated
Income tax; authorize credit for expenditures for participation of a child in a private education program.
Analysis:
1364. SB 2065
Not Rated
Appropriation; Rural Fire Truck Fund for additional round of trucks under Acquisition Assistance Program.
Analysis:
1365. SB 2066
Not Rated
State flag; adopt as the official state flag the design approved by 72% of the voters in the statewide special election.
Analysis:
1366. SB 2067
Not Rated
Pseudoepheedrine and ephedrine; authorize sales and purchase of certain products containing without a prescription.
Analysis:
1367. SB 2068
Not Rated
Voyeurism; revise sentencing.
Analysis:
1368. SB 2069
Not Rated
Community schools planning grant program; establish fund.
Analysis:
1369. SB 2070
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore suffrage to Vedo Kyles.
Analysis:
1370. SB 2071
Not Rated
Food establishments; prohibit single-use plastic straws unless requested by consumer.
Analysis:
1371. SB 2072
Not Rated
Pecan Harvesting Law; revise penalties for violating.
Analysis:
1372. SB 2073
Not Rated
Wild hogs; require metallic tags to be affixed to the ear of one that is being transported.
Analysis:
1373. SB 2074
Not Rated
Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks; require additional regulation of freshwater fishing guides.
Analysis:
1374. SB 2075
Neutral
State parks; change name of Natchez State Park to 'Bob M. Dearing Natchez State Park.'
Analysis:
1375. SB 2076
Not Rated
Mississippi Fair Commission; remove repealer providing for the abolishment of.
Analysis:
1376. SB 2077
Not Rated
Central Market Board; abolish and transfer functions to the Department of Agriculture and Commerce.
Analysis:
1377. SB 2078
Not Rated
Highways; include Old State Highways 6 and 9 in Pontotoc County in the state highway system.
Analysis:
1378. SB 2079
Not Rated
Mississippi Minimum Wage Act; establish.
Analysis:
1379. SB 2080
Not Rated
Temporary day workers; protect labor and employment rights of.
Analysis:
1380. SB 2081
Not Rated
University of Mississippi Medical Center property; revise leasing authority by removing provision requiring mixed-use development.
Analysis:
1381. SB 2082
Not Rated
Health insurance; require certain policies to provide coverage for physician-prescribed hypofractionated proton beam therapy.
Analysis:
1382. SB 2083
Not Rated
Uninsured Motorist Act; allow political subdivisions to offset claim by medical expenses paid under workers' comp.
Analysis:
1383. SB 2084
Not Rated
Child support; allow restricted driver's license for work.
Analysis:
1384. SB 2085
Not Rated
Jurors; expand pool to citizens with driver's license who have filed state income taxes.
Analysis:
1385. SB 2086
Not Rated
Child advocacy centers; immunity from civil liability.
Analysis:
1386. SB 2087
Not Rated
Cemetery owners; authorize to disinter dead human remains for reinterment, reburial or delivery to a carrier for transportation.
Analysis:
1387. SB 2088
Not Rated
Eminent domain; provide compensation for the loss of a business's goodwill.
Analysis:
1388. SB 2089
Not Rated
Mississippi Civil Rights Act; enact.
Analysis:
1389. SB 2090
Not Rated
Female genital mutilation; prohibit and create civil cause of action.
Analysis:
1390. SB 2091
Not Rated
Domestic abuse; allow protection of pets in a protection order.
Analysis:
1391. SB 2092
Not Rated
Birth certificate; adoptee may obtain certified copy of original after 18 years.
Analysis:
1392. SB 2093
Not Rated
Local government; prohibit ordinances authorizing camping on public property and sidewalks.
Analysis:
1393. SB 2094
Not Rated
Municipalities; authorize discretionary control within corporate limits.
Analysis:
1394. SB 2095
Not Rated
Hunting & fishing licenses; include manager or member of LLC owning land within exemption for resident landowners.
Analysis:
1395. SB 2096
Not Rated
Subdivision plats; revise effectiveness.
Analysis:
1396. SB 2097
Not Rated
Criminal procedure; allow interlocutory appeal by prosecution of certain adverse rulings.
Analysis:
1397. SB 2098
Not Rated
State Board of Funeral Service; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
1398. SB 2099
Not Rated
Cleaning private property; revise county procedures used to clean property adjudicated a menace to public health and safety.
Analysis:
1399. SB 2100
Not Rated
Charitable organization; revise definition of and service of process on.
Analysis:
1400. SB 2101
Not Rated
Mississippi Pay Equity Act; prohibit wage discrimination based on gender.
Analysis:
1401. SB 2102
Not Rated
Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote; create.
Analysis:
1402. SB 2103
Not Rated
Correctional system cost-per-day reviews; transfer responsibility from PEER to MDOC.
Analysis:
1403. SB 2104
Not Rated
Parole Board; bring forward sections relating to powers and duties of.
Analysis:
1404. SB 2105
Not Rated
Nonadjudication; revise courts' authority.
Analysis:
1405. SB 2106
Bad Policy
Off-duty law enforcement officers; authorized to use public vehicles for private security duty.
Analysis: This bill allows taxpayer purchased law enforcement vehicles to be used for private security activities by off-duty law enforcement. This is a misuse of public resources. Utilization of law enforcement vehicles for off-duty activities contributes to depreciation and increases the likelihood of mechanical problems. The cost of both would ultimately fall on the taxpayers of Mississippi.
1406. SB 2107
Not Rated
Firearms; prohibit local governments and state agencies from restricting possession.
Analysis:
1407. SB 2108
Not Rated
Nonpartisan elections; require for offices of chancery clerk, circuit clerk, tax assessor, tax collector, surveyor and coroner.
Analysis:
1408. SB 2109
Not Rated
State offenders; MDOC to reimburse counties for medical and legal fees of.
Analysis:
1409. SB 2110
Not Rated
Kratom; include in Schedule I of the Uniform Controlled Substance Act.
Analysis:
1410. SB 2111
Not Rated
Rapid DNA Task Force; establish within the Department of Public Safety.
Analysis:
1411. SB 2112
Not Rated
DNA samples; collected from person arrested for any felony and provide for destruction of samples only upon expungement request.
Analysis:
1412. SB 2113
Not Rated
Voting equipment; require certification by the United States Election Assistance Commission.
Analysis:
1413. SB 2114
Not Rated
Mississippi Companion Animal Abuser Registry Act; enact.
Analysis:
1414. SB 2115
Not Rated
Probation and parole officers; limit number of cases that may be handled.
Analysis:
1415. SB 2116
Not Rated
Terroristic threats; revise elements of.
Analysis:
1416. SB 2117
Not Rated
Juvenile offenders; provide alternative sentencing and parole options.
Analysis:
1417. SB 2118
Not Rated
Mississippi Student Absentee Voter Act; enact.
Analysis:
1418. SB 2119
Not Rated
Pseudoephedrine and ephedrine; authorize sales and purchase of certain products containing without a prescription.
Analysis:
1419. SB 2120
Not Rated
Parole revocation; revise definition of technical violation.
Analysis:
1420. SB 2121
Not Rated
Intimate visual material; criminalize disclosure of.
Analysis:
1421. SB 2122
Not Rated
Opioid and other controlled substances epidemic; provide enhanced penalties.
Analysis:
1422. SB 2123
Not Rated
Political subdivisions; prohibit ordinance that bans or restricts a person's ability to use a natural gas or electric public utility.
Analysis:
1423. SB 2124
Not Rated
Mississippi Department of Employment Security; revise various provisions regarding authority of.
Analysis:
1424. SB 2125
Not Rated
Violent habitual offender; require jury determination.
Analysis:
1425. SB 2126
Not Rated
DUI; nonadjudication of a first offense for CDL holder who was not operating a commercial vehicle.
Analysis:
1426. SB 2127
Not Rated
Fleeing or eluding a law enforcement officer; revise offense of.
Analysis:
1427. SB 2128
Not Rated
Vote fraud; increase penalties.
Analysis:
1428. SB 2129
Not Rated
Organized retail theft; revise.
Analysis:
1429. SB 2130
Not Rated
Scrap metal; exclude nonfunctioning window units and stainless steel sinks.
Analysis:
1430. SB 2131
Not Rated
Nonviolent habitual offender; revise sentencing.
Analysis:
1431. SB 2132
Not Rated
The Juvenile Offender Parole and Rehabilitation Act; enact.
Analysis:
1432. SB 2133
Not Rated
Restitution centers; transition to post-release reentry centers.
Analysis:
1433. SB 2134
Not Rated
Restitution centers; transition to pre-release centers.
Analysis:
1434. SB 2135
Not Rated
Youthful offenses; revise when may be tried in circuit court.
Analysis:
1435. SB 2136
Not Rated
Expunction; allow after 20 years' good behavior with certain exceptions.
Analysis:
1436. SB 2137
Not Rated
House burglary; create separate violent and nonviolent offenses.
Analysis:
1437. SB 2138
Not Rated
Office of Department of Corrections Ombudsman; establish.
Analysis:
1438. SB 2139
Not Rated
Corrections; create a Corrections Inspection Council to serve in advisory capacity to state officials.
Analysis:
1439. SB 2140
Not Rated
Absentee voting; establish electronic application procedure for college students.
Analysis:
1440. SB 2141
Not Rated
Certificate of need; issue CON to Panola Medical Center for adult psych beds and North MS Medical Center for child psych beds.
Analysis:
1441. SB 2142
Not Rated
School boards; require policy that allows for corporal punishment opt in of students annually.
Analysis:
1442. SB 2143
Not Rated
Hinds Community College; revise trustee districts.
Analysis:
1443. SB 2144
Not Rated
MHSAA; must allow member schools to participate against nonaccredited schools and schools with home-schooled students.
Analysis:
1444. SB 2145
Not Rated
Protection of free speech and association at public universities; withhold state funds for unconstitutional policy.
Analysis:
1445. SB 2146
Not Rated
Charter School Authorizer Board; reconstitute.
Analysis:
1446. SB 2147
Not Rated
School recognition program; bring forward for possible amendment to salary supplements.
Analysis:
1447. SB 2148
Not Rated
School buildings; require new construction and certain renovations to include water bottle filling stations.
Analysis:
1448. SB 2149
Neutral
MAEP; Department of Education required to hold harmless school district from calculating 2020-2021 average daily attendance.
Analysis: This bill prevents school districts from losing money due to reduced attendance during COVID. The bigger problem is that Miss. uses an outdated method for counting students: Average Daily Attendance (ADA). Instead of putting off the inevitable need to replace Average Daily Attendance with a better way of counting – and funding -- students, lawmakers should explore replacing ADA with a formula based on enrollment counts. This would result in more equitable and accurate funding decisions.
1449. SB 2150
Not Rated
School property; schools may withhold transcripts from students who fail to return textbooks or mobile devices.
Analysis:
1450. SB 2151
Not Rated
Education Continuum for Mississippi's Future Task Force; create.
Analysis:
1451. SB 2152
Not Rated
High-performing education systems design; establish task force.
Analysis:
1452. SB 2153
Not Rated
Teacher licenses; allow reciprocity if teacher possesses valid license from other state.
Analysis:
1453. SB 2154
Not Rated
Juvenile sentencing; provide criteria for determining parole eligibility and require hearing before imposing life without parole.
Analysis:
1454. SB 2155
Not Rated
Trusty and earned-time programs; change eligibility to participate in.
Analysis:
1455. SB 2156
Not Rated
Shoplifting; revise penalties.
Analysis:
1456. SB 2157
Not Rated
Managed care organizations; require certain standards and extend repealer.
Analysis:
1457. SB 2158
Not Rated
Require the PEER Committee to conduct biennial reviews of the Department of Child Protection Services.
Analysis:
1458. SB 2159
Not Rated
Mississippi Medicaid program; authorize extended postpartum care for recipients and require standardized credentialing process.
Analysis:
1459. SB 2160
Not Rated
Health Care Certificate of Need Law; repeal.
Analysis:
1460. SB 2161
Not Rated
Medicaid; expand eligibility to include individuals entitled to benefits under federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Analysis:
1461. SB 2162
Not Rated
Child Protection Services; require disclosure of reporter in cases of false abuse and neglect reports.
Analysis:
1462. SB 2163
Not Rated
SNAP Health Food Incentive Program; create.
Analysis:
1463. SB 2164
Not Rated
Marijuana; legalize.
Analysis:
1464. SB 2165
Not Rated
Veterans Service Officers; revise certain qualifications and requirements.
Analysis:
1465. SB 2166
Not Rated
Ad valorem taxation; exempt property used for housing and providing services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Analysis:
1466. SB 2167
Not Rated
Capitol Complex Improvement District; increase DFA's borrowing authority and divert use tax revenue for.
Analysis:
1467. SB 2168
Not Rated
Tax Payer Pay Raise Act; remove phase-out of income & franchise tax & remove deduction of federal employment tax.
Analysis:
1468. SB 2169
Not Rated
Bonds; create a rural counties and municipalities emergency infrastructure loan program and authorize issuance of bonds.
Analysis:
1469. SB 2170
Not Rated
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program; require Department of Human Services to issue photo EBT cards.
Analysis:
1470. SB 2171
Not Rated
Transgender 21 Act; enact.
Analysis:
1471. SB 2172
Not Rated
Medicaid reimbursement for assisted living services under federal waivers; authorize assessment and exemption from 5% reduction.
Analysis:
1472. SB 2173
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; allow package retail sales on Sundays.
Analysis:
1473. SB 2174
Not Rated
County prosecuting attorney; revise annual salary of for Jackson County.
Analysis:
1474. SB 2175
Not Rated
District attorney criminal investigators; revise salary of.
Analysis:
1475. SB 2176
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize to assist Sunflower County Ministerial Alliance Counseling Services in constructing transitional shelter.
Analysis:
1476. SB 2177
Not Rated
Bonds; issue for the construction of career tech buildings at the Greenville Higher Education Center.
Analysis:
1477. SB 2178
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize the issuance of g.o. bonds for the E.E. Bass Cultural Arts Center.
Analysis:
1478. SB 2179
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize the issuance of state general obligation bonds to construct the Mississippi River Museum in Greenville.
Analysis:
1479. SB 2180
Not Rated
City of Greenville; authorize the issuance of general obligation bonds for improvements to certain city streets.
Analysis:
1480. SB 2181
Not Rated
Income tax; authorize credit for costs of building storm shelters or safe rooms for multifamily residential construction.
Analysis:
1481. SB 2182
Not Rated
Tobacco tax; define tobacco products to include electronic smoking devices for purposes of 15% excise tax.
Analysis:
1482. SB 2183
Not Rated
Counties, municipalities and school districts; require to publish their annual budget online.
Analysis:
1483. SB 2184
Not Rated
Occupational Licensing Review Commission; require supervision of civil actions brought by occupational licensing boards.
Analysis:
1484. SB 2185
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of groceries.
Analysis:
1485. SB 2186
Not Rated
Sales tax; create diversion to counties.
Analysis:
1486. SB 2187
Not Rated
Universal Recognition of Occupational Licenses Act; enact.
Analysis:
1487. SB 2188
Not Rated
State agencies; revise reporting requirements when personnel actions are exempted from State Personnel Board procedures.
Analysis:
1488. SB 2189
Not Rated
Counties and municipalities; authorize to offer Medicare eligible employees supplemental compensation if employees secure Medicare.
Analysis:
1489. SB 2190
Not Rated
Emergency Management Law; revise definition to include a public health emergency and revise emergency powers of the Governor.
Analysis:
1490. SB 2191
Not Rated
Alteration or renaming of historical monuments, memorials and streets; prohibit and provide sanctions.
Analysis:
1491. SB 2192
Not Rated
Sheriffs; revise annual salary for counties with population of more than 100,000.
Analysis:
1492. SB 2193
Not Rated
DA criminal investigators; revise salary of.
Analysis:
1493. SB 2194
Not Rated
State flag; require governmental entities, public colleges, universities and school districts to display or be subject to penalty.
Analysis:
1494. SB 2195
Not Rated
Motor vehicle tags; allow legislators to have both legislator and regular/personalized tags and display them alternately.
Analysis:
1495. SB 2196
Not Rated
Appointment of officers; require Governor and Lt. Governor to make appointments to fill vacant offices within a certain period of time.
Analysis:
1496. SB 2197
Not Rated
Secretary of State; create no more than two deputy secretary of state positions.
Analysis:
1497. SB 2198
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of poultry products to tax-exempt charities operating food banks, food pantries or food lines.
Analysis:
1498. SB 2199
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; shall pay correctional facility employees for all accumulated comp time upon termination or death.
Analysis:
1499. SB 2200
Not Rated
West Central Mississippi Incubator Grant Program; establish with county governments, DFA and local development districts.
Analysis:
1500. SB 2201
Not Rated
Appropriation FY2022; West Central Mississippi Incubator Grant Program.
Analysis:
1501. SB 2202
Not Rated
Sales tax; divert certain sales tax revenue to special fund for state parks improvement.
Analysis:
1502. SB 2203
Not Rated
Ad valorem taxes; consider annexed business 'new enterprise' for purposes of eligibility for certain municipal tax exemptions.
Analysis:
1503. SB 2204
Not Rated
Revised LLC Act and MS Registered Agents Act; require listing of registered agent's email address.
Analysis:
1504. SB 2205
Not Rated
Birth certificate; adoptee may obtain certified copy of original after 18 years.
Analysis:
1505. SB 2206
Not Rated
Guardian ad litem fees; failure to pay enforced as any other civil debt.
Analysis:
1506. SB 2207
Not Rated
Workers' compensation; increase maximum total recovery and remove cap on permanent total disability compensation.
Analysis:
1507. SB 2208
Not Rated
County jail dockets; require additional data for transparency purposes and require uniform recording of data.
Analysis:
1508. SB 2209
Not Rated
Counties; require to participate in the ACT Work Ready Community Initiative.
Analysis:
1509. SB 2210
Not Rated
Municipally owned waterworks; prohibit from charging higher rates to certain customers in another municipality.
Analysis:
1510. SB 2211
Not Rated
Juries; prohibit peremptory challenges based on certain factors.
Analysis:
1511. SB 2212
Not Rated
Practice of surveying; exclude certain activities from the definition of.
Analysis:
1512. SB 2213
Not Rated
Divorce; either or both parties may be determined an injured party.
Analysis:
1513. SB 2214
Not Rated
Individual bond; require for public officers and employees handling public funds.
Analysis:
1514. SB 2215
Not Rated
Capitol Complex Improvement District; revise boundaries to include Battlefield Park.
Analysis:
1515. SB 2216
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for Phase II of construction of a new headquarters building for the Department of Public Safety.
Analysis:
1516. SB 2217
Not Rated
Appropriation; UMMC to support a medical residency program at Delta Regional Medical Center.
Analysis:
1517. SB 2218
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize to assist Greenwood Cemetery Association in Jackson with preservation of cemetery grounds and monuments.
Analysis:
1518. SB 2219
Not Rated
Appropriation FY 2022; to University of Mississippi Medical Center for fire protection.
Analysis:
1519. SB 2220
Not Rated
Child support; may continue past age of majority for a disabled child.
Analysis:
1520. SB 2221
Not Rated
Mississippi Dementia Care Program; create pilot program for assistance to caregivers for those with Alzheimer's or Dementia.
Analysis:
1521. SB 2222
Not Rated
Board of Nursing; revise penalties for prohibited conduct and authorize the recovery of reasonable costs.
Analysis:
1522. SB 2223
Not Rated
Arrest warrants; authorize issuance for sex offenses against children upon oral testimony.
Analysis:
1523. SB 2224
Not Rated
Law enforcement officers; immunity under certain circumstances.
Analysis:
1524. SB 2225
Not Rated
False report of child abuse or neglect; provide for civil liability.
Analysis:
1525. SB 2226
Not Rated
Education standards; replace Common Core with ELA Standards.
Analysis:
1526. SB 2227
Not Rated
Public Defenders Education Fund; establish education and training cost.
Analysis:
1527. SB 2228
Not Rated
Parole of prisoners; revise list of offenses that cause ineligibility of offenders convicted between 1995-2014.
Analysis:
1528. SB 2229
Not Rated
Medical prison release program; revise authority of MDOC and Mississippi Parole Board.
Analysis:
1529. SB 2230
Not Rated
Supervised prison release programs; revise terms and conditions.
Analysis:
1530. SB 2231
Not Rated
Suffrage; provide for restoration upon completion of sentence or placement on probation.
Analysis:
1531. SB 2232
Not Rated
Intervention court; amend criteria for participation in.
Analysis:
1532. SB 2233
Not Rated
Violent habitual offender; require both previous crimes to have been crimes of violence.
Analysis:
1533. SB 2234
Not Rated
County jail census data; facilitate availability of.
Analysis:
1534. SB 2235
Not Rated
Misdemeanants; may not possess a weapon under certain circumstances.
Analysis:
1535. SB 2236
Not Rated
Habitual offender; crimes punishable by imprisonment for 5 years or less not considered.
Analysis:
1536. SB 2237
Not Rated
Habitual offender; crimes committed before 18 years of age not considered.
Analysis:
1537. SB 2238
Not Rated
Habitual offender; revise.
Analysis:
1538. SB 2239
Not Rated
Simple possession of controlled substances; revise certain.
Analysis:
1539. SB 2240
Not Rated
Habitual offender; prior felonies with completed sentences more than 10 years prior not considered.
Analysis:
1540. SB 2241
Not Rated
Youth court; revise transfer to circuit court.
Analysis:
1541. SB 2242
Not Rated
Landlord-tenant law; revise.
Analysis:
1542. SB 2243
Not Rated
Expunction; reduce waiting period for eligibility.
Analysis:
1543. SB 2244
Not Rated
Crimes of violence; revise list of offenses designated as such.
Analysis:
1544. SB 2245
Not Rated
Habitual offender; revise sentencing under.
Analysis:
1545. SB 2246
Not Rated
Methamphetamine; revise penalty for simple possession of smaller amounts.
Analysis:
1546. SB 2247
Not Rated
Concealed weapon permit; authorize Secretary of State to designate certain employees for.
Analysis:
1547. SB 2248
Not Rated
Law enforcement officers; entitled to certain follow-up drug testing before loss of certification.
Analysis:
1548. SB 2249
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Riney Spiller.
Analysis:
1549. SB 2250
Not Rated
Conviction; clarify subsequent offense for certain crimes and post-conviction relief.
Analysis:
1550. SB 2251
Not Rated
Assistant district attorneys; revise number authorized.
Analysis:
1551. SB 2252
Not Rated
Special Care Facility for Paroled Inmates; authorize parole for medically frail inmates, licensure and Medicaid reimbursement.
Analysis:
1552. SB 2253
Not Rated
Concealed carry weapons permit; combine with driver's license or identification card.
Analysis:
1553. SB 2254
Not Rated
Voter registration; applicants must submit documentation proving U.S. citizenship.
Analysis:
1554. SB 2255
Not Rated
Civil rights; restore all to a person who has paid his or her debt to society.
Analysis:
1555. SB 2256
Not Rated
Voting; require printed record of each vote.
Analysis:
1556. SB 2257
Not Rated
Elections; public official's qualification as candidate deemed resignation of current office.
Analysis:
1557. SB 2258
Not Rated
Earned-release supervision; Parole Board to approve before offender is released on.
Analysis:
1558. SB 2259
Not Rated
Controlled substance offenses; revise enhanced penalties.
Analysis:
1559. SB 2260
Not Rated
Public official corruption; authorize prosecution by Attorney General upon request of the State Auditor.
Analysis:
1560. SB 2261
Not Rated
Perpetual cemetery law; revise notice and maintenance provisions for counties and municipalities.
Analysis:
1561. SB 2262
Not Rated
'Mississippi Unmanned Aircraft Systems Act of 2021'; enact.
Analysis:
1562. SB 2263
Good Policy
Cemeteries and burial grounds; make misleading filings unlawful.
Analysis: This bill enables the government to more effectively perform one of its primary functions, public safety. The bill provides a statutory mechanism to insure those entrusted with the most sacred of duties, honoring our past loved ones, are held accountable in the event they betray the public trust through either false or misleading statements or omissions that lead to the representation of false or misleading information.
1563. SB 2264
Not Rated
Child support; add income of custodial spouse to criteria considered in rebutting presumption of fairness.
Analysis:
1564. SB 2265
Not Rated
Towing; limit charges.
Analysis:
1565. SB 2266
Not Rated
Retail sales; prohibit seller from refusing to accept cash as a form of payment for goods and services.
Analysis:
1566. SB 2267
Good Policy
Teacher license; allow reciprocity if teacher possesses standard license from other state and passes background check.
Analysis: This bill builds upon the idea of interstate licensure reciprocity. It eliminates unnecessary criteria when granting reciprocity to out of state license holders thereby increasing government efficiency in filling vacant teacher positions. This bill also increases government accountability by establishing a specific timeframe for responsive action by MDE while maintaining the safety of our public education students.
1567. SB 2268
Not Rated
Justice court; revise jurisdictional amount.
Analysis:
1568. SB 2269
Not Rated
Schools; provide for mental health services providers and trauma informed training.
Analysis:
1569. SB 2270
Neutral
Autopsies; provide for confidentiality of photographs and recordings of.
Analysis:
1570. SB 2271
Not Rated
Arrest warrants; require probable cause hearing for legislators before issuance.
Analysis:
1571. SB 2272
Not Rated
Railroad right-of-way; unlawful to enter and remain upon without the permission of the owner or operator of the railroad.
Analysis:
1572. SB 2273
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; contract with the Multi-County Community Service Agency to provide workforce training.
Analysis:
1573. SB 2274
Not Rated
Suffrage; clarify person's right to register and vote following a disenfranchising conviction.
Analysis:
1574. SB 2275
Not Rated
Statutory rape; raise age of consent.
Analysis:
1575. SB 2276
Not Rated
Meritorious earned-time credits; revise application of in relation to parole eligibility date.
Analysis:
1576. SB 2277
Not Rated
Hate crimes; revise delineation of victim.
Analysis:
1577. SB 2278
Not Rated
Uniform Controlled Substances Act; revise schedules.
Analysis:
1578. SB 2279
Not Rated
Parole and probation; criminalize absconding.
Analysis:
1579. SB 2280
Not Rated
Mississippi correctional system; establish Department of Reentry and Supervision and Office of Corrections Ombudsman.
Analysis:
1580. SB 2281
Not Rated
The Mississippi First Responder Protection Act; enact.
Analysis:
1581. SB 2282
Not Rated
Youth detention; raise minimum age for youth commitment to state training school and secure detention.
Analysis:
1582. SB 2283
Not Rated
Freedom of Roadway Act; enact.
Analysis:
1583. SB 2284
Not Rated
Golf carts and low-speed vehicles; authorize municipalities to allow operation on municipal streets.
Analysis:
1584. SB 2285
Not Rated
Wildlife; clarify that a conservation officer must have probable cause to conduct a search without a warrant.
Analysis:
1585. SB 2286
Not Rated
Highways; require four-laning of portions of Highway 6 in Coahoma, Panola and Quitman Counties.
Analysis:
1586. SB 2287
Not Rated
Price gouging; create exemption for producers, growers or processors of food products.
Analysis:
1587. SB 2288
Not Rated
City of Guntown; allow low-speed vehicles and golf carts on certain public roads.
Analysis:
1588. SB 2289
Not Rated
Solemn Covenant of the States to Award Prizes for Curing Diseases Compact; enact and prescribe provisions.
Analysis:
1589. SB 2290
Not Rated
Tanning facilities; prohibit use by anyone under 18 years of age.
Analysis:
1590. SB 2291
Not Rated
Public Service Commission; require to study the funding and expenditures of emergency communications districts.
Analysis:
1591. SB 2292
Not Rated
Certificate of need; issue CON to Panola Medical Center for adult psych beds and North MS Medical Center for child psych beds.
Analysis:
1592. SB 2293
Not Rated
Claims by veterans under consumer protection law; Mississippi Veterans Affairs Board offers service free of charge.
Analysis:
1593. SB 2294
Not Rated
Veteran Driver's License Designation; allow proof of military service in person.
Analysis:
1594. SB 2295
Not Rated
Board of Chiropractic Examiners; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
1595. SB 2296
Not Rated
Office of Workforce Development; exempt executive director from certain salary and compensation requirements.
Analysis:
1596. SB 2297
Not Rated
School athletic trainers; provide annual salary supplement for those acquiring national certification.
Analysis:
1597. SB 2298
Not Rated
Payroll date for school district employees; authorize semimonthly payroll in discretion of local school board.
Analysis:
1598. SB 2299
Not Rated
School board members; increase pay.
Analysis:
1599. SB 2300
Not Rated
Schools; require carbon monoxide detectors in all.
Analysis:
1600. SB 2301
Not Rated
Assistant teachers; increase salaries for.
Analysis:
1601. SB 2302
Not Rated
School Recognition Program; require board of education and department of education to implement rules.
Analysis:
1602. SB 2303
Not Rated
Women's Economic Security Act of 2021; enact.
Analysis:
1603. SB 2304
Not Rated
School Resource Officers; require uniform statewide training program.
Analysis:
1604. SB 2305
Not Rated
William F. Winter and Jack Reed, Sr., Teacher Loan Repayment Program; create.
Analysis:
1605. SB 2306
Not Rated
Average daily attendance for MAEP purposes; shall include any student sick day.
Analysis:
1606. SB 2307
Neutral
Dyslexia Awareness Training Program; require teachers to complete two hours of training for.
Analysis:
1607. SB 2308
Not Rated
Department of Education; implement dyslexia screenings and awareness programs.
Analysis:
1608. SB 2309
Not Rated
Requirements for standard high school diploma; discontinue subject area tests.
Analysis:
1609. SB 2310
Not Rated
State institutions of higher learning; allow income-sharing agreements between students and institutions.
Analysis:
1610. SB 2311
Not Rated
Economic and Academic Need Forgivable Loan Program; create.
Analysis:
1611. SB 2312
Not Rated
Office of Early Childhood; establish and prescribe responsibilities.
Analysis:
1612. SB 2313
Not Rated
Mississippi Intercollegiate Athletics Compensation Rights Act; allow athletes to be compensated for name, image and likeness.
Analysis:
1613. SB 2314
Not Rated
Kindergarten-age children; require compulsory school attendance for all.
Analysis:
1614. SB 2315
Not Rated
Mississippi Employment Protection Act; revise penalties and authorize regulations for enforcement.
Analysis:
1615. SB 2316
Not Rated
Paternity; clarify circumstances when putative father cannot contest.
Analysis:
1616. SB 2317
Not Rated
Landlords; prohibit discriminatory action against prospective or current tenant based on source of income.
Analysis:
1617. SB 2318
Not Rated
Municipalities; authorize those of certain size to conduct special elections at one polling place.
Analysis:
1618. SB 2319
Not Rated
Tenth Circuit Court District; create subdistrict and additional judge.
Analysis:
1619. SB 2320
Not Rated
Open-box items; retailers required to prominently display exchange policies.
Analysis:
1620. SB 2321
Not Rated
Keyaurdra's Law; require unique identifying mark on bullet casings.
Analysis:
1621. SB 2322
Not Rated
Health insurance policies; prohibit step therapy requirements for certain prescription drugs to treat stage-four cancer.
Analysis:
1622. SB 2323
Not Rated
Mississippi Health Care Cost Transparency Act; enact.
Analysis:
1623. SB 2324
Not Rated
Bad Faith Assertions of Patent Infringement; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
1624. SB 2325
Not Rated
Mississippi Pregnant Workers Fairness Act; create.
Analysis:
1625. SB 2326
Not Rated
Seized property; clarify purpose for which proceeds from forfeitures may be used.
Analysis:
1626. SB 2327
Not Rated
Credit transaction; prohibit discrimination against an applicant.
Analysis:
1627. SB 2328
Not Rated
Public records; award attorney's fees for duplicative requests.
Analysis:
1628. SB 2329
Not Rated
Municipally owned utilities; authorize to accept electronic payments and to absorb transaction fees in its rate base.
Analysis:
1629. SB 2330
Not Rated
Equal pay; prohibit paying state employees at rates less than those paid to employees of a different sex for equal work.
Analysis:
1630. SB 2331
Not Rated
Health insurance; Commissioner of Insurance must approve rate filings containing an increase in premiums.
Analysis:
1631. SB 2332
Not Rated
Comprehensive Hurricane Damage Mitigation Program; extend repealer on development and implementation of program.
Analysis:
1632. SB 2333
Not Rated
Mississippi Paid Family Leave Act; enact.
Analysis:
1633. SB 2334
Not Rated
Uninsured motorists; impose strict liability for traffic accidents.
Analysis:
1634. SB 2335
Not Rated
State Board of Funeral Service; authorize to establish continuing education requirements for certain licensees.
Analysis:
1635. SB 2336
Not Rated
MS First Responders Health and Safety Act; delay effective date of.
Analysis:
1636. SB 2337
Not Rated
Surplus Lines Association; transfer fees collected by the association upon written request by certain officials.
Analysis:
1637. SB 2338
Not Rated
Health insurance policies; require coverage for hearing aids and services for children under 21.
Analysis:
1638. SB 2339
Not Rated
Local governmental entities; may publish public notices online.
Analysis:
1639. SB 2340
Not Rated
Minority subgrantees contracted by Department of Human Services; require study and policy.
Analysis:
1640. SB 2341
Not Rated
Certificate of Need; direct issue to City of Newton for adult psychiatric beds.
Analysis:
1641. SB 2342
Not Rated
Board of Cosmetology; exempt certain beauty services from licensing and registration requirements.
Analysis:
1642. SB 2343
Not Rated
Cosmetology; provide definition and registration requirement for hair arranging, threading and extending eyelashes.
Analysis:
1643. SB 2344
Not Rated
Public Employees' Retirement System Protection Act of 2021; create.
Analysis:
1644. SB 2345
Not Rated
Medicaid program; extend repealer on and revise reimbursement for telehealth services for community health centers.
Analysis:
1645. SB 2346
Not Rated
Medicaid coverage; coverage for eligible women up to 12 months postpartum.
Analysis:
1646. SB 2347
Not Rated
Division of Medicaid; increase fee to private reimbursement level for children on Medicaid who receive dental services.
Analysis:
1647. SB 2348
Not Rated
Division of Medicaid; allow recipients to receive four single-source prescriptions per month.
Analysis:
1648. SB 2349
Not Rated
Healthy and Safe Families and Workplaces Act; create.
Analysis:
1649. SB 2350
Not Rated
Child support; duty to pay suspended upon incarceration for a felony.
Analysis:
1650. SB 2351
Not Rated
Evelyn Gandy Fair Pay Act; create.
Analysis:
1651. SB 2352
Not Rated
Liquefied petroleum gas providers; provide affirmative defense in civil actions for damage or injury caused by certain circumstances.
Analysis:
1652. SB 2353
Not Rated
Circuit court; prohibit political candidates from addressing the public during court terms.
Analysis:
1653. SB 2354
Not Rated
Mississippi Fair Housing Act; enact.
Analysis:
1654. SB 2355
Not Rated
Age of majority; revise.
Analysis:
1655. SB 2356
Not Rated
Absentee ballots; authorize electronic in-person voting.
Analysis:
1656. SB 2357
Not Rated
Expungement; consolidate statutes concerning.
Analysis:
1657. SB 2358
Not Rated
Expunction and reenfranchisment; revise procedure for requesting.
Analysis:
1658. SB 2359
Not Rated
Suffrage; provide for restoration upon completion of sentence and other conditions.
Analysis:
1659. SB 2360
Not Rated
Voluntary search; require officers to obtain written consent.
Analysis:
1660. SB 2361
Not Rated
Restore the Right to Vote Act; create.
Analysis:
1661. SB 2362
Not Rated
Juvenile offenders; provide alternative sentencing and early-release options when convicted of certain crimes.
Analysis:
1662. SB 2363
Not Rated
Juvenile offenders; authorize alternative sentencing and parole options.
Analysis:
1663. SB 2364
Not Rated
Fresh Start Act; remove limitations on the applicability of.
Analysis:
1664. SB 2365
Not Rated
Sex offenders; prohibited from registering with online dating services for ten years.
Analysis:
1665. SB 2366
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Dexter Foster.
Analysis:
1666. SB 2367
Not Rated
Parole; early release for nonviolent offenders with less than 3 years to serve for participation in drug court.
Analysis:
1667. SB 2368
Not Rated
Early voting; authorize up to 10 days prior to any election.
Analysis:
1668. SB 2369
Not Rated
Mississippi Recall Act of 2021; enact.
Analysis:
1669. SB 2370
Not Rated
Kratom; authorize Department of Health to regulate.
Analysis:
1670. SB 2371
Not Rated
Community Policing and Transparency Act; create body-worn camera policy standards.
Analysis:
1671. SB 2372
Not Rated
Oil and gas; to extend repeal date on the use of the conservation fund to plug orphan or gas wells.
Analysis:
1672. SB 2373
Not Rated
Motor fuel sales; provide immunity for damages caused by the use of incompatible fuel upon certain conditions.
Analysis:
1673. SB 2374
Not Rated
Violent or disorderly assemblies; criminalize.
Analysis:
1674. SB 2375
Not Rated
County attorneys; authorize sanction of for failure to appear in justice court.
Analysis:
1675. SB 2376
Not Rated
Expunction; revise for certain felony convictions.
Analysis:
1676. SB 2377
Not Rated
Parole; revise length of sentence to be served before offenders may request judicial recommendation of.
Analysis:
1677. SB 2378
Not Rated
Corrections; require annual reports to the Legislature on successes and accomplishments.
Analysis:
1678. SB 2379
Not Rated
Crimes of violence; require jury finding to classify burglary and certain other felony offenses as.
Analysis:
1679. SB 2380
Not Rated
MDOC supervised release; prohibit incarceration for minor violations of and reduce maximum term for certain forms of.
Analysis:
1680. SB 2381
Not Rated
Drones; prohibit near and above correctional facilities.
Analysis:
1681. SB 2382
Not Rated
Critical Teacher Shortage Area License; create alternative license to be issued for educators who teach in designated areas.
Analysis:
1682. SB 2383
Not Rated
Community colleges; board of trustees approve policies for out-of-state tuition waiver.
Analysis:
1683. SB 2384
Not Rated
School employee salary supplements; remove limitation on number of school nurses and language therapists eligible for.
Analysis:
1684. SB 2385
Not Rated
Absentee ballot; require placement in unmarked envelope to ensure ballot secrecy.
Analysis:
1685. SB 2386
Not Rated
Historical monuments and memorials; delete authority to move.
Analysis:
1686. SB 2387
Not Rated
Radar; authorize limited use of by sheriffs.
Analysis:
1687. SB 2388
Not Rated
'Mississippi Coastal Master Plan Act of 2021'; enact.
Analysis:
1688. SB 2389
Not Rated
Domestic violence shelters; revise eligibility for funds.
Analysis:
1689. SB 2390
Not Rated
Wildlife Trafficking Prevention Act; enact.
Analysis:
1690. SB 2391
Not Rated
Wildlife; require the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks to identify existing and needed wildlife corridors.
Analysis:
1691. SB 2392
Not Rated
County port and harbor commission; provide for holdover of appointees.
Analysis:
1692. SB 2393
Not Rated
Department of Environmental Quality; may contract for environmental impact study on poultry houses.
Analysis:
1693. SB 2394
Not Rated
Public officers and employees; revise policy regulating personal use of state-owned wireless communication devices.
Analysis:
1694. SB 2395
Not Rated
Gaming; authorize aboard cruise vessels on the Pearl River within a city with a population of 150,000 or more.
Analysis:
1695. SB 2396
Not Rated
Online betting, gaming and wagering; legalize under certain conditions.
Analysis:
1696. SB 2397
Not Rated
Compatability of land use development with Mississippi military installations.
Analysis:
1697. SB 2398
Not Rated
Military bases: establish a process to ensure adequate notice and opportunity to mitigate adverse mission impacts.
Analysis:
1698. SB 2399
Not Rated
Committee to Study Veteran Homelessness, Unemployment, PTSD and Human Services; make an annual report to the Legislature.
Analysis:
1699. SB 2400
Not Rated
Division of Medicaid; apply for necessary waivers to eliminate waiting period services.
Analysis:
1700. SB 2401
Not Rated
Medicaid eligibility; provide coverage Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly.
Analysis:
1701. SB 2402
Not Rated
Medicaid; expand eligibility to include individuals entitled to benefits under federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Analysis:
1702. SB 2403
Not Rated
Medicaid reimbursement; extend for community-based home-visitation and pregnancy support services.
Analysis:
1703. SB 2404
Not Rated
Medicaid reimbursement; authorize for substance abuse and mental health services for pregnant and postpartum women.
Analysis:
1704. SB 2405
Not Rated
Medicaid coverage; coverage for eligible women up to 12 months postpartum.
Analysis:
1705. SB 2406
Not Rated
Emergency medical services; prohibit sole participation in nonemergency, interfacility transfers.
Analysis:
1706. SB 2407
Not Rated
Certified nurse aides; clarify recertification.
Analysis:
1707. SB 2408
Not Rated
Health Care Certificate of Need review; provide for automatic transfer of certain beds.
Analysis:
1708. SB 2409
Not Rated
Podiatric medicine and podiatrist; revise definitions of.
Analysis:
1709. SB 2410
Not Rated
Certificate of need; direct issuance for an existing ambulatory surgical center.
Analysis:
1710. SB 2411
Not Rated
Services to individuals who are homeless or at risk of experiencing homelessness; DHS pilot project.
Analysis:
1711. SB 2412
Not Rated
State Board of Dental Examiners; require state-at-large appointee to be a member of the Mississippi Dental Society.
Analysis:
1712. SB 2413
Not Rated
Certificate of Need; direct issuance for a free-standing comprehensive medical rehabilitation facility.
Analysis:
1713. SB 2414
Not Rated
Certificate of need; issue CON to North Mississippi Medical Center for child psych beds and geriatric psych beds.
Analysis:
1714. SB 2415
Not Rated
Hospice; allow medical directors to prescribe controlled substances for pain for terminally ill patients without in person visit; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
1715. SB 2416
Not Rated
Nursing home administrators; extend repealer on licensure requirements for.
Analysis:
1716. SB 2417
Not Rated
State Board of Cosmetology; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
1717. SB 2418
Not Rated
State Department of Health; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
1718. SB 2419
Not Rated
State Medical Examiner fees; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
1719. SB 2420
Not Rated
Temporary license for social workers; authorize to practice in nonprofit facilities.
Analysis:
1720. SB 2421
Not Rated
Mississippi Emergency Communications Act; create.
Analysis:
1721. SB 2422
Not Rated
Barber Licensure Law; revise fees and other regulatory laws.
Analysis:
1722. SB 2423
Not Rated
Cosmetology; board shall issue license by reciprocity to persons who present certain documentation.
Analysis:
1723. SB 2424
Not Rated
Mississippi Rural Physicians Scholarship Residency Program; include emergency medicine students.
Analysis:
1724. SB 2425
Not Rated
Mississippi Minimum Wage Act; establish.
Analysis:
1725. SB 2426
Not Rated
Department of Human Services; establish a grant program for regional food banks.
Analysis:
1726. SB 2427
Not Rated
Charitable solicitation; revise reporting period.
Analysis:
1727. SB 2428
Not Rated
PERS; reduce vesting period for retirement benefits from eight years to four years.
Analysis:
1728. SB 2429
Not Rated
State-owned vehicles; create study committee to study the management of.
Analysis:
1729. SB 2430
Not Rated
Juneteenth Freedom Day; designate June 19 as.
Analysis:
1730. SB 2431
Not Rated
Residential roofers; require licensing, and exclude labor from 'installation charges' for sales tax purposes.
Analysis:
1731. SB 2432
Not Rated
Tax credit; include contributions to charitable organizations spending on education services for children.
Analysis:
1732. SB 2433
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; authorize the sale of wine at grocery stores.
Analysis:
1733. SB 2434
Not Rated
Capitol police; transfer to Department of Public Safety.
Analysis:
1734. SB 2435
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; revise various provisions relating to distilleries.
Analysis:
1735. SB 2436
Not Rated
Appropriation; require annual transfer of general funds to Office of State Aid Roads.
Analysis:
1736. SB 2437
Not Rated
Distinctive motor vehicle license tags; authorize for Wildlife Mississippi.
Analysis:
1737. SB 2438
Not Rated
Taxpayer Pay Raise Act; remove phase-out of income & franchise tax, and remove deduction of federal employment tax.
Analysis:
1738. SB 2439
Not Rated
Childcare Advance Act; provide income tax deferral for parents incurring childcare expenses.
Analysis:
1739. SB 2440
Not Rated
Appropriation from State General Fund; to Department of Archives & History for renovation of Northside School for FY 2021.
Analysis:
1740. SB 2441
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of West Point in the remodeling, renovation and improvement of Northside School.
Analysis:
1741. SB 2442
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize for West Jackson County Utility District construction of new water and sewer infrastructure at I-10 corridor.
Analysis:
1742. SB 2443
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist West Jackson County Utility District pay costs of constructing water tank.
Analysis:
1743. SB 2444
Not Rated
Motorcycle/ATV Trauma Care Fee; exclude sales of motorcycles and ATVs to out-of-state residents.
Analysis:
1744. SB 2445
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist in upgrades to Kansas City Southern Rail Line south of Meridian.
Analysis:
1745. SB 2446
Not Rated
Income tax credit; authorize for taxpayers employing persons who have been convicted of certain nonviolent crimes.
Analysis:
1746. SB 2447
Not Rated
Department of Finance & Administration; transfer bond funds to community colleges for facility renovation and repairs.
Analysis:
1747. SB 2448
Not Rated
PEER Committee; require to conduct a review of wrap-around services.
Analysis:
1748. SB 2449
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; authorize the direct shipment of wine.
Analysis:
1749. SB 2450
Not Rated
Appointments to executive agency boards; to be made from current Mississippi congressional districts.
Analysis:
1750. SB 2451
Not Rated
Department of Finance & Administration; may contract with certain counties to take custody of misdemeanor offenders.
Analysis:
1751. SB 2452
Not Rated
Mississippi Workers' Compensation Commission; reestablish as special fund agency.
Analysis:
1752. SB 2453
Not Rated
Bonds; increase authorized amount for improvements to facilities to house Concourse Workforce Training Center.
Analysis:
1753. SB 2454
Not Rated
Compact for a Balanced Budget; revise delegate membership and extend sunset provision.
Analysis:
1754. SB 2455
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property or services to DeafBlind Community of Mississippi, Inc.
Analysis:
1755. SB 2456
Not Rated
Open Meetings Law; allow executive sessions for certain discussions by public hospital boards.
Analysis:
1756. SB 2457
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for repairs and storm shelter construction at Red Hills Community Center in Union County.
Analysis:
1757. SB 2458
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize to assist Sand Creek Wastewater Authority in building regional wastewater facility in Northeast Mississippi.
Analysis:
1758. SB 2459
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for property purchase and update to firehouse building for Richmond Volunteer Fire Department.
Analysis:
1759. SB 2460
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Guntown in paying costs associated with sewer expansion.
Analysis:
1760. SB 2461
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for acquiring and renovating property to house Hinds CC Maritime Training Center in Vicksburg.
Analysis:
1761. SB 2462
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance of to assist Marks, MS, in the construction of a building to house a community center and its city hall.
Analysis:
1762. SB 2463
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize to assist Marks, MS, in construction of building for emergency shelter, community center and city hall.
Analysis:
1763. SB 2464
Not Rated
General funds; FY2022 appropriation to the City of Byram for a flood control project.
Analysis:
1764. SB 2465
Not Rated
Appropriation FY2022; to North Mississippi Symphony Orchestra for junior-high or high-school performances