All Measures

Bill Number Bill Description
1. HB 1
Not Rated
Use of technology portals by those on probation/parole; require MDOC to implement certain rules regarding.
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2. HB 2
Not Rated
Youth court records; authorize judge to release to adult who was former subject, as a child, of abuse/neglect proceeding.
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3. HB 3
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt retail sales of severe weather preparedness items.
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4. HB 4
Not Rated
DPS; require to establish training component relating to autism spectrum disorder.
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5. HB 5
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with improvements to Eubanks Creek and Hanging Moss Creek.
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6. HB 6
Not Rated
Mental Health Treatment Facility; revise hearing and commitment procedures.
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7. HB 7
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist with repair and renovation of the Rosenwald School in Marshall County.
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8. HB 8
Not Rated
Wiretapping; authorize state and local law enforcement to use for human trafficking.
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9. HB 9
Not Rated
Immunity for law enforcement officers; authorize when claimant is convicted for resisting arrest.
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10. HB 10
Not Rated
Sales tax; extend time for exemption on retail sales of school supplies during the last weekend in July.
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11. HB 11
Not Rated
Court-ordered restitution, certain; require payment of victim first before court costs/fines are disbursed to court.
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12. HB 12
Not Rated
Adverse possession; require possessor to notify chancery clerk before title vests.
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13. HB 13
Not Rated
Ad valorem tax; remove the provision that prescribes the manner in which affordable rental housing must be appraised.
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14. HB 14
Not Rated
Small School District Equipment, Maintenance and Infrastructure Grant; create to assist certain school districts.
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15. HB 15
Not Rated
Retirement; PERS members convicted of job-related felonies shall be terminated from system.
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16. HB 16
Not Rated
State aid system; increase maximum total mileage of.
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17. HB 17
Not Rated
Teacher contracts; prohibit superintendents from entering into with current licensed employees for continuation of employment before April 15.
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18. HB 18
Not Rated
Retirement; create separate system for state and local law enforcement officers.
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19. HB 19
Not Rated
Mississippi Code; modernize terminology by replacing 'mentally retarded' with 'intellectual disability'.
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20. HB 20
Not Rated
Anatomical gifts; prohibit discrimination against recipient based on disability.
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21. HB 21
Not Rated
Attorneys; provide for 6 hours of continuing legal education for those employed by Legislature.
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22. HB 22
Not Rated
Early voting; authorize.
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23. HB 23
Not Rated
Public officials; authorize the Department of Public Safety to investigate.
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24. HB 24
Not Rated
The Combating Violence, Disorder and Looting and Law Enforcement Protection Act of Mississippi; create.
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25. HB 25
Not Rated
Headlights; require to be used whenever windshield wipers are necessitated.
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26. HB 26
Not Rated
School Recognition Program; restrict awards to teachers and licensed staff and require SBE to adopt rules for administration.
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27. HB 27
Not Rated
Correctional system cost-per-day reviews; transfer responsibility from PEER to MDOC.
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28. HB 28
Not Rated
PEER committee; require to review the operations of Child Protection Services.
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29. HB 29
Not Rated
Parole Board; bring forward sections relating to powers and duties of.
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30. HB 30
Not Rated
County jail dockets; require additional data for transparency purposes and require uniform recording of data.
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31. HB 31
Not Rated
Charter schools; reconstitute authorizer board and require formula to ensure equitable distribution of local funds.
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32. HB 32
Not Rated
Appointed state officers; provide for the removal of for certain forms of willful neglect.
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33. HB 33
Not Rated
Campaign finance reports; require those filed by all candidates to be available online.
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34. HB 34
Not Rated
Redistricting; authorize Legislature to alter boundaries of counties, municipalities and school districts.
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35. HB 35
Not Rated
Standard Dedeaux Water District; delete provision on compensation of commissioners.
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36. HB 36
Not Rated
Elected official; prohibit from holding more than one elected office at the same time.
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37. HB 37
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Pearl with construction of a bridge.
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38. HB 38
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt certain sales of platinum, gold, silver bullion and numismatic coins.
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39. HB 39
Not Rated
Littering; increase fines and deposit certain assessments into Keep Mississippi Beautiful and law enforcement funds.
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40. HB 40
Not Rated
Medicaid; require division to promptly sell or lease residence of deceased recipient obtained through estate recovery.
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41. HB 41
Not Rated
Certificate of title; remove requirement for applicant to file a bond or deposit of cash as a condition of issuance.
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42. HB 42
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.
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43. HB 43
Not Rated
Nationally certified licensed school employees; delete caps on nurses and speech pathologists and add athletic trainers for salary supplements.
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44. HB 44
Not Rated
Teacher licensure; create additional nontraditional route for certain individuals to receive.
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45. HB 45
Not Rated
State employees; provide for 3% increase in compensation for each of the next 4 fiscal years.
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46. HB 46
Not Rated
Federal judges; authorize to solemnize marriage.
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47. HB 47
Not Rated
School bus drivers; require to be first aid and CPR trained and certified.
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48. HB 48
Not Rated
Adult day care facilities; provide for licensure by State Department of Health.
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49. HB 49
Not Rated
Appropriation; City of Holly Springs for widening a road for the Springs Industrial Park.
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50. HB 50
Not Rated
Public and private schools; require all employees to be tested annually for tuberculosis.
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51. HB 51
Not Rated
Public and private schools; require all employees to annually receive flu vaccine.
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52. HB 52
Not Rated
Local governments capital improvements revolving loan program; include municipal natural gas facilities.
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53. HB 53
Not Rated
Income tax; authorize credit for employers of convicted felons, prohibit certain criminal record/history checks.
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54. HB 54
Not Rated
Elections; establish procedure for automatic registration of voters.
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55. HB 55
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Holly Springs with improvements to Mississippi Highway 178.
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56. HB 56
Not Rated
Spouse and children of first responders killed in the line of duty; provide scholarship for attendance at postsecondary institutions.
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57. HB 57
Not Rated
State Workplace Safety and Health Office; establish under State Board of Health.
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58. HB 58
Not Rated
Mississippi Department of Labor; create.
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59. HB 59
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Lee County with repair/replacement of a bridge.
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60. HB 60
Not Rated
Appropriation; Lee County School District for reconstruction of Verona Elementary School.
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61. HB 61
Not Rated
Amiya Braxton; revise penalties when driver injures child who is exiting a school bus.
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62. HB 62
Not Rated
Natural Resource Camp Pilot Program Act of 2022; establish for students in Lee and Monroe Counties.
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63. HB 63
Not Rated
Appropriation; Lee and Monroe Counties for funding National Resource Camp pilot program.
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64. HB 64
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Lee County and municipalities of Verona, Plantersville and Shannon with certain projects.
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65. HB 65
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Helping Hands Food Pantry in Tupelo with repair and renovation of building.
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66. HB 66
Not Rated
Tuition waiver; provide for certain foster and adopted children and wards of the state to attend a state-supported IHL.
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67. HB 67
Not Rated
Student residency requirements; require State Board of Education to adopt uniform policy to be implemented by school boards.
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68. HB 68
Not Rated
Mississippi Skill Standards Board; create as an advisory board on industry standards.
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69. HB 69
Not Rated
Life jackets; increase minimum age of person required to wear on certain vessels.
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70. HB 70
Not Rated
Identity theft; establish procedure for victim to have debt forgiven and credit reports purged.
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71. HB 71
Not Rated
Housing Repair Grant Fund; authorize issuance of bonds to provide funds for grants to low-income individuals for home repairs.
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72. HB 72
Not Rated
School curriculum; require comprehensive Mississippi History course for public school students in Grade 9.
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73. HB 73
Not Rated
MAEP; define 'at-risk pupil' and include a child diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder.
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74. HB 74
Not Rated
Disabilities, persons with; modernize terminology used to refer to.
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75. HB 75
Not Rated
Juneteenth Freedom Day; designate June 19 as.
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76. HB 76
Not Rated
Criminal investigators; add two to the 21st Circuit Court District.
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77. HB 77
Not Rated
Historic Courthouse Fund; create to provide grants to counties for maintenance/restoration of historic courthouses.
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78. HB 78
Not Rated
Trimester School Year Pilot Program; establish.
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79. HB 79
Not Rated
School social workers and psychologists; authorize districts to employ and receive partial state reimbursement for salaries of.
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80. HB 80
Not Rated
MAEP; increase adjustment to base student cost for at-risk students.
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81. HB 81
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds for public school capital improvements.
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82. HB 82
Not Rated
ATVs; create voluntary certificate of number system, mandatory for public lands.
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83. HB 83
Not Rated
Medicaid; revise calculation of reimbursement for durable medical equipment (DME).
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84. HB 84
Not Rated
Income tax; exclude overtime compensation from gross income.
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85. HB 85
Not Rated
Mississippi Special Needs Housing Steering Council; create.
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86. HB 86
Not Rated
Budget of county sheriff, tax assessor and tax collector; remove certain obsolete reporting requirements concerning.
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87. HB 87
Not Rated
Habitual offenders; revise regulations for.
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88. HB 88
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Holmes County with construction of a park.
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89. HB 89
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Holmes County with repair and renovation of county courthouse.
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90. HB 90
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist the Holmes County Consolidated School District with construction of a football stadium.
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91. HB 91
Not Rated
Department of Human Services; authorize to use additional methods of communication to send notices relating to child support.
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92. HB 92
Not Rated
Appropriation; Holmes County Consolidated School District for expenses of consolidation.
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93. HB 93
Not Rated
'Mississippi Joint Municipal Law Enforcement Act'; create.
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94. HB 94
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Town of Tchula with road improvements.
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95. HB 95
Not Rated
Bonds; create rural counties and municipalities cellular and broadband grant program and authorize issuance of bonds.
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96. HB 96
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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97. HB 97
Not Rated
Medicaid; require Governor and Division of Medicaid to negotiate to obtain federal waiver to expand Medicaid coverage.
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98. HB 98
Not Rated
Appropriation; Department of Mental Health for additional funding for crisis centers and outpatient services.
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99. HB 99
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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100. HB 100
Not Rated
Election commissioners; require board of supervisors to provide insurance coverage for.
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101. HB 101
Not Rated
Mississippi Universal Prekindergarten Program Act of 2022; create.
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102. HB 102
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Holmes County with improvements to county roads and buildings.
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103. HB 103
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.
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104. HB 104
Not Rated
Joint state-county work program; require DOC to utilize under certain circumstances.
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105. HB 105
Not Rated
Mississippi Tobacco Minimum Legal Sale Age of 21 Act; create.
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106. HB 106
Not Rated
Health insurance policies; require coverage for certain obesity treatments.
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107. HB 107
Not Rated
Mississippi Smoke-Free Air Act of 2022; create.
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108. HB 108
Not Rated
Medicaid; expand eligibility under federal Affordable Care Act.
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109. HB 109
Not Rated
Counties; authorize to pay poll workers certain mileage.
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110. HB 110
Not Rated
CON; remove end-stage renal disease facilities from application of law.
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111. HB 111
Not Rated
Housing Loan Assistance Pilot Program; create and authorize issuance of bonds to provide funds for.
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112. HB 112
Not Rated
Law Enforcement Officers and Fire Fighters Death Benefits Trust Fund; expand to include health care employees who die of COVID and public safety officers from COVID.
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113. HB 113
Not Rated
Transportation funding; authorize public-private partnerships to include naming rights.
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114. HB 114
Not Rated
Sales tax; create diversion to counties.
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115. HB 115
Not Rated
Trooper training class; require Legislature to appropriate funds in 2022 and 2023 sessions to defray expenses of.
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116. HB 116
Not Rated
Mississippi Development Authority Tourism Advertising Fund; use portion of monies in to advertise state parks.
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117. HB 117
Not Rated
Holy Bible; designate as the official state book of Mississippi.
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118. HB 118
Not Rated
Statewide testing program; require the SBE to cease administration of for the 2021-2022 school year.
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119. HB 119
Not Rated
End-of-course subject area tests; discontinue and require minimum score on the ACT for graduation.
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120. HB 120
Not Rated
End-of-course assessments; remove mandatory requirement of passing score as a condition of graduation.
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121. HB 121
Not Rated
Statewide Assessment Program; require SBE to use ACT Aspire as summative assessment.
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122. HB 122
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of perishable food items to certain charitable organizations.
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123. HB 123
Not Rated
School districts; authorize to offer supplemental compensation to Medicare eligible retired bus drivers if they secure Medicare.
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124. HB 124
Not Rated
Health insurance policies; require coverage for gastric pacemakers.
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125. HB 125
Not Rated
Firearms; prohibit discharge near schools or churches.
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126. HB 126
Not Rated
Landlord-tenant; authorize tenant who is survivor of domestic abuse to break lease without penalty.
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127. HB 127
Not Rated
CDL; prohibit for persons convicted of certain trafficking crimes.
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128. HB 128
Not Rated
Child care facilities, licensed; require to purchase and maintain a certain minimum amount of liability insurance.
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129. HB 129
Not Rated
National Board Certified teachers; provide additional annual salary supplement to those employed in Walthall County.
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130. HB 130
Not Rated
Capitol police; authorize transfer of compensatory leave from previous agency.
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131. HB 131
Not Rated
State of emergency; provide a maximum time period for and authorize Department of Health to store dead bodies if necessary.
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132. HB 132
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist the Delta Blues Museum with installation of permanent exhibits.
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133. HB 133
Not Rated
Income tax; revise certain provisions to address investment in federally designated qualified opportunity zones.
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134. HB 134
Not Rated
School districts; require all schools to have epinephrine auto-injectors in every building and cafeteria.
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135. HB 135
Not Rated
AEDs; require at public schools and state-supported institutions of higher learning and provide authority to lease.
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136. HB 136
Not Rated
The Crown Act; create to prohibit discrimination based on hairstyles in workplace and schools.
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137. HB 137
Not Rated
Appropriation; Health Department to provide epi-pens and AEDs in IHLs, community colleges and schools.
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138. HB 138
Not Rated
Statute of limitations; remove for crimes against children.
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139. HB 139
Not Rated
Public school curriculum; require instruction in mental illness as part of Health Education.
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140. HB 140
Not Rated
Day and Temporary Labor Services Act; create.
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141. HB 141
Not Rated
Firearms licensed; require proof of mental health evaluation.
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142. HB 142
Not Rated
Appropriation; Health Department for MAGnet Community Health Disparity Program.
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143. HB 143
Not Rated
State song; designate 'My Home Mississippi' as second official state song.
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144. HB 144
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of 'hotel' under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.
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145. HB 145
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to all upon meeting all terms and conditions of sentence.
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146. HB 146
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist the Delta Blues Museum with installation of permanent exhibits.
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147. HB 147
Not Rated
'Mississippi Promise Scholarship Act of 2022'; establish to provide tuition assistance for tuition-free community and junior college attendance.
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148. HB 148
Not Rated
Assistant teachers; require school districts to notify of nonreemployment within 10 days after adopting budget.
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149. HB 149
Not Rated
Mississippi Benefit Corporation Act; create.
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150. HB 150
Not Rated
Mississippi Department of Labor; create.
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151. HB 151
Not Rated
Public universities and colleges; require to have epinephrine auto-injectors and AEDs in every building on campus.
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152. HB 152
Not Rated
Mississippi Secure Choice Savings Program; establish.
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153. HB 153
Not Rated
School districts; require each school to have epinephrine auto-injectors and AEDs in every building and cafeteria.
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154. HB 154
Not Rated
Special education funds; require separate appropriation to the State Board of Education for.
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155. HB 155
Neutral
State Health Plan; delete prohibition on covering hearing aids.
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156. HB 156
Not Rated
Election commissioner; revise office of to be nonpartisan.
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157. HB 157
Not Rated
Universities and colleges; require to allow MS residents to register for classes before nonresident students.
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158. HB 158
Not Rated
Off-road vehicles; revise definitions of.
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159. HB 159
Not Rated
Campaign finance reports; require candidates for county, county district and municipal offices to file with Secretary of State.
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160. HB 160
Not Rated
Travel Insurance Act of 2022; create.
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161. HB 161
Not Rated
State Board of Barber Examiners; authorize elected officials to serve on.
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162. HB 162
Not Rated
Legislature; limit introduction of general bills requiring majority vote for passage to sessions in even-numbered years.
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163. HB 163
Not Rated
Administrative Procedures Act; amend to require proposed agency rules to be approved by the state auditor.
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164. HB 164
Not Rated
'Forming Open and Robust University Minds (FORUM) Act'; establish.
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165. HB 165
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Brandon with improvements to City Hall.
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166. HB 166
Not Rated
Criminal investigators; increase salary of.
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167. HB 167
Not Rated
Law enforcement officers; require to input missing person cases into National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NAMUS).
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168. HB 168
Not Rated
Certificate of Foreign Birth; authorize without judicial proceeding under certain circumstances.
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169. HB 169
Not Rated
Simple assault; add athletic umpires to list that elevates to aggravated.
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170. HB 170
Not Rated
Firearms; authorize concealed carry without a permit during emergency evacuations.
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171. HB 171
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Town of Woodland with construction of a park.
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172. HB 172
Not Rated
Mississippi Architects and Engineers Good Samaritan Act; create.
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173. HB 173
Not Rated
School attendance officers; clarify fulfillment of duties before, during and after designated leave period.
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174. HB 174
Not Rated
Teacher licensure; revise disciplinary procedures relating to suspension or revocation of, and due process.
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175. HB 175
Not Rated
Bonds; revise purposes for which bonds authorized for City of Hazlehurst may be used.
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176. HB 176
Not Rated
Presidential electors; revise selection of to be one from each congressional district and two from the state at large.
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177. HB 177
Not Rated
Deer hunting; prohibit using dogs for.
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178. HB 178
Not Rated
Marijuana possession; revise as civil penalty.
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179. HB 179
Not Rated
Railroad crossings; require MDOT to review all passive crossings to determine if any are particularly dangerous.
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180. HB 180
Not Rated
Headlights; require to be used whenever windshield wipers necessitated.
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181. HB 181
Not Rated
Blue; designate as the state color of Mississippi.
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182. HB 182
Not Rated
Schools in district transformation; prohibit mandatory consolidation if progressing toward termination of district transformation status.
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183. HB 183
Not Rated
Firearms and weapons; authorize nonviolent felons to possess and use in defense of residence or motor vehicle.
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184. HB 184
Not Rated
Mobile sports wagering; authorize.
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185. HB 185
Not Rated
Lottery; clarify liquor stores able to serve as lottery retailers.
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186. HB 186
Not Rated
Casinos; revise locations in Tunica County where may locate.
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187. HB 187
Not Rated
Firearms possession; authorize for nonviolent felons in homes and cars.
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188. HB 188
Not Rated
Expungement; remove embezzlement by officers from the list of nonexpungeable crimes.
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189. HB 189
Not Rated
School ad valorem tax levy; authorize levying authority for certain districts to approve/disapprove request for certain increases.
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190. HB 190
Not Rated
Retired judges; authorize to solemnize marriages.
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191. HB 191
Not Rated
Minimum wage; establish at $10.00 and set requirements for exemptions and overtime.
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192. HB 192
Not Rated
License plate; revise disability requirement for disabled veterans tag.
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193. HB 193
Not Rated
Fresh Start Act; revise certain provisions and authorize practice of medicine or dentistry after expungement of certain crimes.
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194. HB 194
Not Rated
Corporal punishment; prohibit in public and charter schools.
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195. HB 195
Not Rated
Conditions of probation; clarify that courts may provide certain treatment for veterans when placed on probation.
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196. HB 196
Not Rated
Right to vote; restore automatically once a person has completed all sentencing requirements.
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197. HB 197
Not Rated
Embezzlement; revise the list of excluded crimes for expungement.
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198. HB 198
Not Rated
Statewide Assessment Program; require the SBE to use ACT Aspire as summative assessment.
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199. HB 199
Not Rated
Early voting; authorize for not more than 21 days nor less than 5 days before each election.
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200. HB 200
Not Rated
Retail businesses; those that accept credit or debit cards shall have video cameras to record persons using the cards.
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201. HB 201
Not Rated
Appropriation; Department of Archives and History for Scott Ford House to develop two historic properties in Jackson.
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202. HB 202
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for improvements to the Jackson Public School District's Career Development Center.
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203. HB 203
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for improvements to the Jackson Public Schools District's Career Development Center.
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204. HB 204
Not Rated
Appropriation; Town of Edwards for funding the town Youth Enrichment Program.
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205. HB 205
Not Rated
Metal detectors; require in all public schools beginning with 2022-2023 school year.
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206. HB 206
Not Rated
Minimum Wage; establish at $10.00 and set requirements for exemptions and overtime.
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207. HB 207
Not Rated
Appropriations; Department of Health for COVID-19 expenses and related matters.
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208. HB 208
Not Rated
Career pathways initiative; provide for development of to increase access to educational credentials for higher-paying jobs.
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209. HB 209
Not Rated
Corrections Inspection Council; establish.
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210. HB 210
Not Rated
Use of restitution centers by DOC; repeal and convert centers into post-release reentry centers.
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211. HB 211
Not Rated
DOC; convert restitution centers to post-release reentry centers.
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212. HB 212
Not Rated
Medicaid; telehealth services provided by FQHCs, rural health clinics and community mental health centers reimbursed at same rate as face-to-face encounters.
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213. HB 213
Not Rated
Income tax; authorize credit for certain child care expenses, child care centers and child care teachers and directors.
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214. HB 214
Not Rated
Income tax; provide a credit for taxpayers who claim a federal earned income tax credit.
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215. HB 215
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.
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216. HB 216
Not Rated
Parole eligibility; revise for certain offenders and require Parole Board hearing before release of certain inmates.
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217. HB 217
Not Rated
Commutation of sentences; require for certain nonviolent offenders.
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218. HB 218
Not Rated
Mandatory 85% sentencing rule; repeal.
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219. HB 219
Not Rated
Habitual offender law; exclude drug and nonviolent offenses when computing prior offenses under.
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220. HB 220
Not Rated
Habitual offender law; authorize parole eligibility if offender served 10 years of a sentence of 40 years or more.
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221. HB 221
Not Rated
Practice of medicine or dentistry; allow persons convicted of certain crimes to practice after license reinstatement.
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222. HB 222
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Starkville with drainage improvements.
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223. HB 223
Not Rated
Starkville High School AP Government Class of 2019 Motor Voter Act; create to establish the procedure for the automatic registration of voters.
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224. HB 224
Not Rated
Nonviolent offenders, certain; require Department of Corrections to house within a 100-mile radius of offenders' release residences.
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225. HB 225
Not Rated
Workforce training, certain; provide for nonviolent offenders in regional correctional facilities.
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226. HB 226
Not Rated
Regional correctional facilities; require Department of Corrections to utilize for housing of state offenders before utilizing private facilities.
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227. HB 227
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Starkville with certain drainage projects.
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228. HB 228
Not Rated
Appropriation; City of Starkville for making Northside Drive drainage improvements.
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229. HB 229
Not Rated
Wrongful conviction; remove limit on damages when court finds.
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230. HB 230
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Clay, Lowndes and Oktibbeha Counties with certain road projects.
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231. HB 231
Not Rated
COVID-19 vaccine mandates; authorize employee exemptions from.
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232. HB 232
Neutral
Uniform Controlled Substances Act; revise schedules.
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233. HB 233
Not Rated
Mississippi Highway Patrol and MBN officers; increase salaries of.
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234. HB 234
Not Rated
Board on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Training; revise membership of.
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235. HB 235
Not Rated
Regional food banks; DHS establish grant program to provide annual grant funding to.
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236. HB 236
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; increase number of package retailer's permits a person may own.
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237. HB 237
Not Rated
Hazing; increase penalties for.
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238. HB 238
Not Rated
Universities and colleges anti-hazing policy; require Board of Trustees of IHL to develop policy against hazing and prescribe penalties.
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239. HB 239
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; authorize the sale of wine at grocery stores.
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240. HB 240
Not Rated
Income tax; authorize a credit for costs incurred by certain taxpayers for storm shelter/safe room construction.
Analysis:
241. HB 241
Not Rated
Local governments; prohibit from imposing penalties or fines on security companies when false security alarm occurs.
Analysis:
242. HB 242
Not Rated
Sales tax; create sales tax diversion to the Pearl River Valley Water Supply District.
Analysis:
243. HB 243
Not Rated
Partisan primary elections; abolish and establish open primary elections.
Analysis:
244. HB 244
Not Rated
Child support; revise factors for award of.
Analysis:
245. HB 245
Not Rated
Income tax and sales tax liability; revise method of collecting from public officers or employees.
Analysis:
246. HB 246
Not Rated
Statute of Limitations; remove for crimes against children.
Analysis:
247. HB 247
Not Rated
Concealed firearms; clarify prohibition for mentally incompetent.
Analysis:
248. HB 248
Not Rated
Armed Services Absentee Voting Law; expand definition of 'absent voter' to include those working in federal waters of United States.
Analysis:
249. HB 249
Not Rated
School prayer; require school boards to designate a period of reflection for students at the beginning of each school day.
Analysis:
250. HB 250
Not Rated
Retirement; elected officials convicted of certain felonies shall have benefits suspended until full restitution has been made.
Analysis:
251. HB 251
Not Rated
Retirement; elected officials convicted of certain felonies shall have benefits withheld until full restitution has been paid.
Analysis:
252. HB 252
Not Rated
PERS; increase maximum percentage of investments of system that are in certain types of investments.
Analysis:
253. HB 253
Not Rated
Second Amendment Preservation Act; create.
Analysis:
254. HB 254
Not Rated
Firearms; interpose state law in place of any federal law confiscating firearms.
Analysis:
255. HB 255
Not Rated
Funeral processions; yield right-of-way to and prescribe fine for failure to.
Analysis:
256. HB 256
Bad Policy
Manufactured and mobile homes; require certain notice to tax collector when relocated to another county.
Analysis:
257. HB 257
Not Rated
Theft of street, road or highway signs; provide penalties for.
Analysis:
258. HB 258
Not Rated
Harvest reporting program; require the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks to create for white-tailed deer and wild turkey.
Analysis:
259. HB 259
Not Rated
Drone Prohibition Act; create.
Analysis:
260. HB 260
Not Rated
Inventory of livestock; repeal provision requiring state institutions of higher learning to file quarterly inventory report.
Analysis:
261. HB 261
Not Rated
Foundation herds of certain livestock; repeal authority of IHL Board relating to purchase, breeding and maintenance of.
Analysis:
262. HB 262
Not Rated
4-H Club Demonstration Camps; repeal authority of MSU Extension Service to create and maintain in Panola and Madison Counties.
Analysis:
263. HB 263
Not Rated
SNAP and TANF recipients; require those unemployed to take Test of Adult Basic Education.
Analysis:
264. HB 264
Not Rated
First grade enrollment; allow child who turns six on or before December 31 to start at beginning of that school year.
Analysis:
265. HB 265
Not Rated
Eleventh Grade students; require to take GED or High School Equivalency Test for senior early-release privilege eligibility.
Analysis:
266. HB 266
Not Rated
Compulsory school attendance; require youth court petition after third unlawful absence and authorize community service for violations.
Analysis:
267. HB 267
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Town of Shubuta with improvements to Town Hall building.
Analysis:
268. HB 268
Not Rated
Voting rights; restore upon satisfaction of all the sentencing requirements of a conviction.
Analysis:
269. HB 269
Not Rated
Appropriations; Department of Employment Security for funding Summer Youth Employment Programs.
Analysis:
270. HB 270
Not Rated
Home economics; require to be taught in 'D' and 'F' rated school districts.
Analysis:
271. HB 271
Not Rated
Misdemeanor expunction; remove age restriction.
Analysis:
272. HB 272
Not Rated
School attendance officers; require to visit homes of certain children within 72 hours of unexcused absence.
Analysis:
273. HB 273
Not Rated
Homework; require teachers to incorporate daily and weekly assignments into their curriculum.
Analysis:
274. HB 274
Not Rated
Economically Distressed Municipalities Development Act; create.
Analysis:
275. HB 275
Not Rated
Nonviolent offenders; authorize reduction of sentences for passage of end-of-course subject area tests by offenders.
Analysis:
276. HB 276
Not Rated
Socially and economically disadvantaged small business concerns; establish program to encourage participation in state contracts.
Analysis:
277. HB 277
Not Rated
TANF and Medicaid; require teenage recipients of to participate in programs about birth control, abstinence and parenting.
Analysis:
278. HB 278
Not Rated
Mississippi Comprehensive Teen Pregnancy Prevention Act; create.
Analysis:
279. HB 279
Not Rated
Task force to address the disparity of African-American males in the judicial system; create.
Analysis:
280. HB 280
Not Rated
Comprehensive School Health Education Program; include additional components in and require school nurse to teach.
Analysis:
281. HB 281
Not Rated
School districts; require certain policies and alternative curriculum if accountability rating at three lowest levels.
Analysis:
282. HB 282
Not Rated
CON; authorize for nursing home in Jones County.
Analysis:
283. HB 283
Not Rated
Elementary professional school counselors; allocate funds under Mississippi Adequate Education Program for.
Analysis:
284. HB 284
Not Rated
Nursing education; unspent TANF funds shall be spent to pay expenses of persons enrolled as part of workforce training.
Analysis:
285. HB 285
Not Rated
Mental health; require DMH to convert unused IDD beds to be used for alcohol and drug use services.
Analysis:
286. HB 286
Not Rated
School curriculum; require teaching of certain high school subjects in 'C', 'D' and 'F' rated districts.
Analysis:
287. HB 287
Not Rated
Teacher salaries; authorize supplement for teachers in critical shortage subject areas in D and F districts.
Analysis:
288. HB 288
Not Rated
MS Teachers' Salaries Task Force; create to recommend how state can pay teachers at southeastern average.
Analysis:
289. HB 289
Not Rated
Assistant teachers; provide annual salary supplement in C, D and F school districts.
Analysis:
290. HB 290
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; increase per diem rate paid to regionals for housing of state offenders.
Analysis:
291. HB 291
Not Rated
Felony expunction; revise age to obtain to conform to revisions.
Analysis:
292. HB 292
Not Rated
Online voter registration; authorize for first-time registrants.
Analysis:
293. HB 293
Not Rated
Mississippi Fair Housing Act; create.
Analysis:
294. HB 294
Not Rated
Marijuana possession; provide civil penalty for.
Analysis:
295. HB 295
Not Rated
'Ban-the-Box Act'; create to prohibit public employers from using criminal history as a bar to employment.
Analysis:
296. HB 296
Not Rated
IHL; continue annual deposits into Ayers Settlement Fund for 10 years and end reductions to Ayers Endowment Trust.
Analysis:
297. HB 297
Not Rated
State employees; provide for pay raise based on the amount of their annual salaries.
Analysis:
298. HB 298
Not Rated
DHS; develop process to ensure that subgrantees reflect the demographic makeup of the eligible population for the grants.
Analysis:
299. HB 299
Not Rated
Medicaid; provide continued eligibility for eligible women for up to 12 months postpartum.
Analysis:
300. HB 300
Not Rated
Medicaid; provide coverage for substance abuse and mental health services for pregnant and postpartum women.
Analysis:
301. HB 301
Not Rated
Counties and municipalities; authorize establishment of summer youth work programs.
Analysis:
302. HB 302
Not Rated
Appropriation; employment security for funding summer youth employment programs.
Analysis:
303. HB 303
Not Rated
'2022 Mississippi Youthbuild Pilot Program Act'; create with programs at Coahoma and Jones County Community Colleges.
Analysis:
304. HB 304
Not Rated
Appropriation; employment security for funding summer youth employment programs.
Analysis:
305. HB 305
Not Rated
Assistant Teacher Salary Waiver Grant Program; create to help assistant teachers to become licensed.
Analysis:
306. HB 306
Not Rated
Elections; require to be conducted by paper ballot or with optical mark reading equipment.
Analysis:
307. HB 307
Not Rated
Community and junior colleges; waive all tuition and costs for graduates of Mississippi high schools.
Analysis:
308. HB 308
Not Rated
Same day voter registration; authorize.
Analysis:
309. HB 309
Not Rated
Summer Youth Training Employment Program; authorize school districts to establish.
Analysis:
310. HB 310
Not Rated
State Board of Education; require to develop curriculum and implement programs of conflict resolution.
Analysis:
311. HB 311
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt certain retail sales of electronic devices/educational software, sales of feminine hygiene products.
Analysis:
312. HB 312
Not Rated
Municipal election commissioners; revise appointments of.
Analysis:
313. HB 313
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for improvements at Alcorn State University, Jackson State University and Mississippi Valley State University.
Analysis:
314. HB 314
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of career technical buildings at the Greenville Higher Education Center.
Analysis:
315. HB 315
Not Rated
Mississippi Board of Human Services; create.
Analysis:
316. HB 316
Not Rated
Health insurers; require to use certain standard for hospital inpatient admissions.
Analysis:
317. HB 317
Not Rated
Medicaid; require managed care organizations to use certain level of care guidelines in determining medical necessity.
Analysis:
318. HB 318
Not Rated
Employees terminated from certain agencies, departments, institutions or nonprofits; prohibit from receiving similar employment.
Analysis:
319. HB 319
Not Rated
State agencies; prohibit disclosure of identifying information received from program applicants.
Analysis:
320. HB 320
Not Rated
Child care facilities; require licensing agency to disclose names of persons filing complaints against.
Analysis:
321. HB 321
Not Rated
Child Care Advisory Council; require child care providers to recommend names of persons to serve on.
Analysis:
322. HB 322
Not Rated
Department of Human Services; require a board of directors to be created within.
Analysis:
323. HB 323
Not Rated
Unemployment compensation; revise weekly benefit amount for.
Analysis:
324. HB 324
Not Rated
Malicious prosecution; require officials or employees involved to pay all costs associated with.
Analysis:
325. HB 325
Not Rated
Electric Power Association Law; bring forward entirely and amend election provisions of.
Analysis:
326. HB 326
Not Rated
Mississippi History and United States Government; require to be included in curriculum for all students in Grades 9-12.
Analysis:
327. HB 327
Not Rated
Health care and education shortage assistance program; establish to help attract professionals to work in certain counties.
Analysis:
328. HB 328
Not Rated
Licensed professional counselors; revise qualifications for licensure for applicants who meet certain requirements.
Analysis:
329. HB 329
Not Rated
Child support enforcement and collection; terminate contract with private entity for and DHS shall perform.
Analysis:
330. HB 330
Not Rated
CON; provide for exception to home health agency moratorium for certain hospice licensees.
Analysis:
331. HB 331
Not Rated
Mississippi Department of Human Services employees; remove prohibition on participating in political campaigns for.
Analysis:
332. HB 332
Not Rated
Mississippi Commission on Wage Review; create.
Analysis:
333. HB 333
Not Rated
Child Care For Working Families Study Committee; create.
Analysis:
334. HB 334
Not Rated
HIV crimes; increase penalties for intentional exposure or contact with blood or seminal fluid.
Analysis:
335. HB 335
Not Rated
Medical marijuana; authorize Alcorn State University to enter into MOU for local farmers to grow for out-of-state vendors.
Analysis:
336. HB 336
Not Rated
Universities and colleges; require to provide mental health assessments to members of school athletic teams.
Analysis:
337. HB 337
Not Rated
Appropriation; Department of Health for a grant to the Southern Health Commission in Washington County.
Analysis:
338. HB 338
Not Rated
Video lottery terminals; authorize lottery board to allow with certain restrictions.
Analysis:
339. HB 339
Not Rated
Appropriation; Department of Health to establish and operate two STD/HIV specialty clinics.
Analysis:
340. HB 340
Not Rated
Youth and Community Safety Act; create.
Analysis:
341. HB 341
Not Rated
'Mississippi Youthbuild Act'; create.
Analysis:
342. HB 342
Not Rated
Domestic abuse court program; establish.
Analysis:
343. HB 343
Not Rated
Compulsory-school-age child; revise definition of by increasing required age to 18 years.
Analysis:
344. HB 344
Not Rated
Medical records; persons seeking disability benefits may obtain at no charge until determination of disability.
Analysis:
345. HB 345
Not Rated
Health; State Health Officer shall develop program to close the gap in health status of gender and racial groups.
Analysis:
346. HB 346
Not Rated
Homeowner's Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program; create.
Analysis:
347. HB 347
Not Rated
Appropriation; Mississippi Delta Strategic Compact.
Analysis:
348. HB 348
Not Rated
Legislative Public Project Grant Program; create.
Analysis:
349. HB 349
Not Rated
Workers' Compensation Law; increase maximum total recovery under to 520 weeks.
Analysis:
350. HB 350
Not Rated
Chronic Diseases; direct Health Department to establish WISEWOMAN and WISEMAN programs to reduce incidence of.
Analysis:
351. HB 351
Not Rated
Community and Police Safety Act; create.
Analysis:
352. HB 352
Not Rated
Expungement; authorize for embezzlement by a state, county, city or town officer 14 years after completing all terms and conditions of sentences.
Analysis:
353. HB 353
Not Rated
Appropriation; UMMC to support a medical residency program at Delta Regional Medical Center.
Analysis:
354. HB 354
Not Rated
School board members; authorize excused absences from board meeting in the event of family emergency.
Analysis:
355. HB 355
Not Rated
CON; remove services and equipment from requirement for.
Analysis:
356. HB 356
Not Rated
Dating violence; require school districts to adopt a policy and educate students on.
Analysis:
357. HB 357
Not Rated
'Mississippi Eyes on Smiling Students Health Act'; enact to require vision screening and oral health assessments for certain students.
Analysis:
358. HB 358
Not Rated
Juneteenth National Independence Day; designate as a legal holiday in the State of Mississippi.
Analysis:
359. HB 359
Not Rated
Appropriation; Alcorn County for funding an incentive program for remote workers to relocate to the county.
Analysis:
360. HB 360
Not Rated
State Public Defender; revise certain powers and duties of.
Analysis:
361. HB 361
Not Rated
Legislative; authorize House and Senate Sergeant at Arms to carry firearm.
Analysis:
362. HB 362
Not Rated
Physical therapists; delete requirement for physician referral before performing services.
Analysis:
363. HB 363
Not Rated
Home health services; authorize nurse practitioners and physician assistants to order and certify.
Analysis:
364. HB 364
Not Rated
Physical therapy practice laws; revise various provisions of.
Analysis:
365. HB 365
Not Rated
MS Rural Hospital Loan Program; establish in State Department of Health.
Analysis:
366. HB 366
Not Rated
Bail; revise how amounts are set.
Analysis:
367. HB 367
Not Rated
Prostitution; penalize procurement of as a felony.
Analysis:
368. HB 368
Not Rated
Justice and municipal courts; require to file all legal documents by electronic form using MEC.
Analysis:
369. HB 369
Not Rated
Driver's license; restore ability to suspend for certain traffic violations.
Analysis:
370. HB 370
Not Rated
Bail bond; require release when judge approves participation in intervention program.
Analysis:
371. HB 371
Not Rated
Municipal annexation; provide that an election shall be held on the question of.
Analysis:
372. HB 372
Not Rated
Sixteenth section land; authorize leasing of certain classified land to cities/counties for less than 5% of market value.
Analysis:
373. HB 373
Not Rated
Elections; increase qualification fees for.
Analysis:
374. HB 374
Not Rated
Weighing devices; provide Commissioner of Agriculture with authority to regulate those that dispense agricultural commodities.
Analysis:
375. HB 375
Not Rated
'Forming Open and Robust University Minds (FORUM) Act'; establish.
Analysis:
376. HB 376
Not Rated
County elected officers; provide that salaries shall not be reduced due to reduction in total assessed valuation or population.
Analysis:
377. HB 377
Not Rated
Right to vote; restore to veterans who committed certain crimes upon completing sentencing requirements.
Analysis:
378. HB 378
Not Rated
Income tax; exempt income of certain mental health professionals providing services in critical mental health services shortage areas.
Analysis:
379. HB 379
Not Rated
Property interest; conveyance to married individuals considered to create joint tenancy with right of survivorship.
Analysis:
380. HB 380
Not Rated
Developmental and physical disabilities; require health insurance policies cover similar to autism spectrum disorder requirement.
Analysis:
381. HB 381
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:
382. HB 382
Not Rated
Cell phones and certain other contraband; provide enhanced penalties for offenders and correctional employees.
Analysis:
383. HB 383
Not Rated
Mississippi Day of Freedom and Abolishment of Slavery; declare February 7 as.
Analysis:
384. HB 384
Not Rated
Mississippi Congressional district; reapportion.
Analysis:
385. HB 385
Not Rated
Sexual harassment settlements; require counties, municipalities and state agencies to post on website.
Analysis:
386. HB 386
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for repair and renovation projects at Mississippi Valley State University.
Analysis:
387. HB 387
Not Rated
Medicaid; expand eligibility under federal Affordable Care Act.
Analysis:
388. HB 388
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property or services to Natchez Children's Services.
Analysis:
389. HB 389
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property or services to the Natchez Cemetery Association.
Analysis:
390. HB 390
Not Rated
Income tax; automatically extend time for filing tax returns when IRS extends time due to emergency/disaster.
Analysis:
391. HB 391
Not Rated
Nonadmitted policy fee; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
392. HB 392
Not Rated
Disabled veterans; establish right to appeal in forma pauperis in certain cases.
Analysis:
393. HB 393
Not Rated
Appropriations; IHL for MS Valley State University for lowering tuition rate for 2022-2023 academic year.
Analysis:
394. HB 394
Not Rated
Sexual harassment; create a state cause of action.
Analysis:
395. HB 395
Not Rated
Speech-language pathologists and audiologists; create board to license and regulate.
Analysis:
396. HB 396
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Columbus with certain road and street improvements.
Analysis:
397. HB 397
Not Rated
Appropriation; DFA to assist City of Columbus in cost of widening of and other improvements to certain roads.
Analysis:
398. HB 398
Not Rated
Veterans; exempt from fee for entry and use of state parks.
Analysis:
399. HB 399
Not Rated
Office of Workforce Development; bring forward code sections related to.
Analysis:
400. HB 400
Bad Policy
Riding bailiffs; revise salary of.
Analysis:
401. HB 401
Not Rated
Mineral interests; owner of nonproducing interest held separately from surface estate will be liable for portion of ad valorem taxes on land.
Analysis:
402. HB 402
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property or services to Itawamba Crossroads Ranch, Inc.
Analysis:
403. HB 403
Not Rated
CTE students; provide tuition-free instruction and increased financial assistance for industry certification assessment.
Analysis:
404. HB 404
Not Rated
Appropriations; Department of Education for administering ACT WorkKeys Assessment to all career and technical education students.
Analysis:
405. HB 405
Not Rated
Career and technical education; revise curriculum, instructor license requirements and certain assessments.
Analysis:
406. HB 406
Not Rated
U.S. History end-of-course subject area test; remove requirement for the administration for purpose of graduation.
Analysis:
407. HB 407
Not Rated
Teacher licensure; provide to certain individuals with a minimum of five years experience in public school districts or certain nonpublic schools.
Analysis:
408. HB 408
Not Rated
State Department of Education; require to conduct sampling of material used on the U.S. History end-of-course assessment.
Analysis:
409. HB 409
Not Rated
Asset forfeiture proceeds; clarify use is for increase in law enforcement budget.
Analysis:
410. HB 410
Not Rated
Hypodermic syringes or needles; unlawful to sell, obtain, purchase or possess as a direct consumer without a written prescription.
Analysis:
411. HB 411
Not Rated
Voyeurism; revise sentencing option for the crime of.
Analysis:
412. HB 412
Not Rated
Postsecondary educational institutions; require 50% in-person instruction as condition of receiving legislative appropriation.
Analysis:
413. HB 413
Not Rated
Habitual offender; revise penalties for.
Analysis:
414. HB 414
Not Rated
Expungement; authorize for completion of drug court.
Analysis:
415. HB 415
Not Rated
State Superintendent of Public Education; align salary of to no more than 150% of Governor's salary.
Analysis:
416. HB 416
Not Rated
Public records; exempt the booking information of certain mentally ill patients from.
Analysis:
417. HB 417
Not Rated
Dogs; regulate and provide penalties for those with a history of biting.
Analysis:
418. HB 418
Not Rated
Public schools; require toll-free number for reporting abuse and neglect to be posted in all.
Analysis:
419. HB 419
Not Rated
Mississippi Highway Patrol; increase pay.
Analysis:
420. HB 420
Not Rated
Districts of Innovations; require State Department of Education to recognize use of Cambridge Assessment or other nationally recognized assessment for accountability ratings.
Analysis:
421. HB 421
Not Rated
Appropriation; DPS for constructing and staffing a new forensic laboratory in Corinth.
Analysis:
422. HB 422
Not Rated
State assessments; deposit certain into designated special funds instead of General Fund.
Analysis:
423. HB 423
Not Rated
Accountability rating system; abolish A-F ratings and implement percentage designation ratings.
Analysis:
424. HB 424
Good Policy
Audiology and speech-language pathology interstate compact; create.
Analysis:
425. HB 425
Not Rated
Gary Hemphill Commercial Aviation Month; declare the month of April as.
Analysis:
426. HB 426
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of coins, currency and bullion.
Analysis:
427. HB 427
Not Rated
Income tax: authorize a credit for certain blood donations.
Analysis:
428. HB 428
Not Rated
Career and technical education; revise curriculum, instructor license requirements and certain assessments.
Analysis:
429. HB 429
Not Rated
'J.T. Williamson Act'; create to make texting while driving a misdemeanor.
Analysis:
430. HB 430
Not Rated
Municipal clerk; authorize to certify the results of a municipal election under certain circumstances.
Analysis:
431. HB 431
Not Rated
Municipal election officials; prohibit removal of except where good cause shown.
Analysis:
432. HB 432
Not Rated
Municipal executive committee; prohibit members of from campaigning for candidates on the municipal primary election ballot.
Analysis:
433. HB 433
Not Rated
Health Insurance policies; require coverage of certain examinations primarily related to women's health.
Analysis:
434. HB 434
Not Rated
Appropriation; additional to DPS from Death Benefits Trust Fund to pay benefits covered under First Responder Act.
Analysis:
435. HB 435
Not Rated
Anatomical gifts; prohibit discrimination against recipient based on disability.
Analysis:
436. HB 436
Not Rated
Patriot Guard Act; create.
Analysis:
437. HB 437
Not Rated
The Teaching Racial and Universal Equality (TRUE) Act: enact to prohibit critical race theory from inclusion in public school curriculum.
Analysis:
438. HB 438
Not Rated
'Mississippi Police Funding Protection Act'; create.
Analysis:
439. HB 439
Not Rated
State agencies; eliminate requirement to prepare and publish annual reports.
Analysis:
440. HB 440
Not Rated
Advanced practice registered nurses; revise certain provisions relating to, including collaboration requirement.
Analysis:
441. HB 441
Not Rated
Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize issuance to supporters of the Mississippi Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
Analysis:
442. HB 442
Not Rated
Municipalities; prohibit from receiving certain funds if police department is defunded.
Analysis:
443. HB 443
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property or services to the Lincoln Civic Center Foundation.
Analysis:
444. HB 444
Not Rated
Mississippi State Song Study Committee; create.
Analysis:
445. HB 445
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:
446. HB 446
Neutral
Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize for supporters of various organizations.
Analysis:
447. HB 447
Not Rated
Occupational licenses; revise reciprocity requirements for.
Analysis:
448. HB 448
Not Rated
E-verify program; transfer responsibility of administering to the Commission of Agriculture and Commerce.
Analysis:
449. HB 449
Not Rated
State Parks; provide funding from net proceeds of the Mississippi Lottery Corporation.
Analysis:
450. HB 450
Not Rated
Autopsies; require to include inquiry about whether death was result of seizure or epilepsy.
Analysis:
451. HB 451
Bad Policy
Nonadmitted policy fee; revise distributions of and delete repealer on.
Analysis:
452. HB 452
Not Rated
Health insurance; revise mandated coverage for telemedicine services.
Analysis:
453. HB 453
Bad Policy
Mississippi Tourism Recovery Fund - Round 2 and Mississippi Destination Development Fund; create.
Analysis:
454. HB 454
Not Rated
Medicaid; increase reimbursement rate for providers of assisted living services.
Analysis:
455. HB 455
Not Rated
Retirement; create separate system for state and local law enforcement officers and firefighters.
Analysis:
456. HB 456
Not Rated
Motor vehicles; require certain new to be equipped with alert to operator to check rear designated seat when engine stops.
Analysis:
457. HB 457
Not Rated
School Resource Officers; revise MCOPS grant program to require attendance at any accredited law enforcement academy.
Analysis:
458. HB 458
Not Rated
Mississippi Rare Disease Advisory Council; create at UMMC.
Analysis:
459. HB 459
Not Rated
Cyberstalking; revise to include certain kinds of social media communications.
Analysis:
460. HB 460
Not Rated
Community mental health centers; provide that health insurers may not deny the right to participate as a contract provider.
Analysis:
461. HB 461
Not Rated
Election Integrity Assurance Committee; authorize to conduct primary elections under certain circumstances and prohibit from receiving any compensation.
Analysis:
462. HB 462
Not Rated
Health insurance; require certain policies to provide coverage for physician-prescribed proton beam therapy.
Analysis:
463. HB 463
Not Rated
Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; reauthorize issuance to supporters of Callaway High School.
Analysis:
464. HB 464
Not Rated
'College Sticker Price Act of 2022'; enact to provide students and families certain program and cost information.
Analysis:
465. HB 465
Not Rated
Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; reauthorize issuance to supporters of the MIND Center at UMMC.
Analysis:
466. HB 466
Not Rated
Income tax; extend repealer on jobs tax credit for certain water transportation enterprises.
Analysis:
467. HB 467
Not Rated
Income tax; extend repealer on tax credit for certain charges for using certain port and airport facilities.
Analysis:
468. HB 468
Not Rated
Distinctive motor vehicle license tags; reauthorize issuance to supporters of certain out-of-state universities.
Analysis:
469. HB 469
Not Rated
Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; reauthorize issuance to supporters of Children's Advocacy Centers of Mississippi.
Analysis:
470. HB 470
Bad Policy
Sales tax; extend repealer on exemption of certain sales to Toughest Kids Foundation for Camp Kamassa in Copiah County.
Analysis:
471. HB 471
Not Rated
Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize issuance to supporters of South Jones Touchdown Club.
Analysis:
472. HB 472
Bad Policy
Income tax; extend repealer on credit for certain costs paid by a company in relocating national or regional headquarters to Mississippi.
Analysis:
473. HB 473
Bad Policy
State Bond Commission; extend reverter on statute prescribing powers and duties of.
Analysis:
474. HB 474
Bad Policy
Mississippi Health Care Industry Zone Act; extend repealers on act and related tax incentives.
Analysis:
475. HB 475
Not Rated
IHL Board; extend repealer on authority to oversee certain construction projects funded by state general obligation bonds.
Analysis:
476. HB 476
Not Rated
Departments of Human Services and Child Protection Services; extend repealer on exemption from certain Procurement Review Board Requirements.
Analysis:
477. HB 477
Not Rated
Mississippi Qualified Health Center Grant Program; extend expiration date for Department of Health to make physician grants.
Analysis:
478. HB 478
Not Rated
Mississippi Forestry Commission; extend repealer on authority to hire law enforcement officers to investigate woods arson.
Analysis:
479. HB 479
Not Rated
State Institutions of Higher Learning; authorize six-year contracts for teaching staff and administrative employees.
Analysis:
480. HB 480
Not Rated
Illegal drug transfers; provide enhanced penalty when drug transfer is proximate cause of death.
Analysis:
481. HB 481
Not Rated
Commissioner of Banking and Consumer Finance; extend repealer on authority to join certain examinations with Federal Reserve Bank.
Analysis:
482. HB 482
Not Rated
Property Insurance Clarity Act; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
483. HB 483
Not Rated
Local Governments Capital Improvements Revolving Loan Fund; extend repealer on MDA authority to use certain funds for expenses.
Analysis:
484. HB 484
Not Rated
Surplus lines insurance; extend repealer on statute prescribing nonadmitted policy fee for.
Analysis:
485. HB 485
Not Rated
Drug crime penalties; revise judicial discretion.
Analysis:
486. HB 486
Not Rated
Adverse possession cases; require losing party to pay court costs and attorney's fees.
Analysis:
487. HB 487
Not Rated
Right to vote; restore to people who committed nonviolent disqualifying crimes upon meeting certain requirements.
Analysis:
488. HB 488
Not Rated
Lottery; clarify liquor stores able to serve as lottery retailers.
Analysis:
489. HB 489
Not Rated
School districts; require teachers and other licensed personnel to be paid on semimonthly basis.
Analysis:
490. HB 490
Not Rated
Electric/hybrid vehicle tax; repeal sections of law authorizing.
Analysis:
491. HB 491
Not Rated
Voter Identification; clarify that only Mississippi driver's license shall be acceptable license.
Analysis:
492. HB 492
Not Rated
Health Care Expendable Fund; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
493. HB 493
Not Rated
Physical therapists; authorize to perform services without referral from another health care provider.
Analysis:
494. HB 494
Not Rated
Exceptional students with significant developmental disabilities and complex communication needs; clarify pathways for receiving educational instruction and training in a UBP.
Analysis:
495. HB 495
Not Rated
Scrap metal; revise penalties and suspend license for receipt of stolen property.
Analysis:
496. HB 496
Not Rated
Controlled substances; exclude fentanyl testing materials from definition of 'paraphernalia' under.
Analysis:
497. HB 497
Not Rated
Intentional injury to pregnant woman; revise penalties.
Analysis:
498. HB 498
Not Rated
'Tim Tebow Act'; establish to provide equal access for homeschoolers to participate in public school extracurricular activities.
Analysis:
499. HB 499
Not Rated
End-of-course tests; eliminate passing score as graduation requirement and exempt from accountability ratings for four years.
Analysis:
500. HB 500
Not Rated
Mineral interest; revise procedure for payment of taxes.
Analysis:
501. HB 501
Not Rated
Mineral interests; revert to surface owner after certain period of time.
Analysis:
502. HB 502
Not Rated
School board purchasing agent; increase amount of required surety bond.
Analysis:
503. HB 503
Not Rated
Memorial intersection; designate Exit 90 on Interstate 22 in Lee County as the 'Sheriff Harold Ray Presley Memorial Intersection.'
Analysis:
504. HB 504
Not Rated
Memorial highway; designate segment of I-22 in Lee County as the 'Korean War Veterans Highway.'
Analysis:
505. HB 505
Not Rated
Memorial highway; designate segment of I-22 in Lee County as the 'Vietnam Veterans Way.'
Analysis:
506. HB 506
Not Rated
Timber products; revise time during which vehicles transporting may operate.
Analysis:
507. HB 507
Not Rated
Dialysis facilities; nursing homes shall allow to provide mobile services on site to their patients.
Analysis:
508. HB 508
Not Rated
Public schools; require toll-free number for reporting abuse and neglect to be posted in all.
Analysis:
509. HB 509
Not Rated
School boards; require itemized report of central office expenditures to be included in notice for increase in ad valorem taxes.
Analysis:
510. HB 510
Not Rated
PERS; retiree may not receive retirement allowance while under contract with state agency as consultant or advisor.
Analysis:
511. HB 511
Not Rated
Assistant Teacher Forgivable Loan Program; revise to increase financial assistance to those pursuing teacher licensure.
Analysis:
512. HB 512
Bad Policy
Alcoholic beverages; remove DOR from being wholesale distributor, authorize issuance of wholesaler's permits.
Analysis: The senate struck out the original language and gave control back to DOR for warehouse construction.
513. HB 513
Not Rated
State and School Employees Health Insurance Plan; extend repealer on requirement that state pay certain amounts toward premiums.
Analysis:
514. HB 514
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; extend repealer on drug and alcohol program at Bolivar County Regional Facility.
Analysis:
515. HB 515
Not Rated
Prison Overcrowding Emergency Powers Act; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
516. HB 516
Bad Policy
Mississippi Business Finance Corporation; extend repealer on authority to issue bonds to finance economic development projects.
Analysis:
517. HB 517
Not Rated
Municipalities; extend repealer on authority to create program addressing delinquent customer water bills.
Analysis:
518. HB 518
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales coins, currency and bullion.
Analysis:
519. HB 519
Not Rated
Cell site simulator device; require law enforcement agencies to obtain warrant before using.
Analysis:
520. HB 520
Not Rated
Department of Revenue; authorize to create wholesale to retail accountability program.
Analysis:
521. HB 521
Not Rated
Mississippi Public Records Act of 1983; exempt certain records of Workers' Compensation Commission from definition of public records.
Analysis:
522. HB 522
Not Rated
Nonpublic schools; authorize those accredited by a regional agency to use criminal background check procedures as used by public schools.
Analysis:
523. HB 523
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Forrest County with construction of the Evelyn Gandy Parkway North Extension.
Analysis:
524. HB 524
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds for the Emergency Road and Bridge Repair Fund.
Analysis:
525. HB 525
Not Rated
Sales tax; reduce rate on retail sales of motorcycles.
Analysis:
526. HB 526
Not Rated
'Equal Opportunity for Students with Special Needs Act'; revise definition of 'eligible student' and 'eligible school' to include students with a dyslexia diagnosis.
Analysis:
527. HB 527
Not Rated
Annual salaries of county boards of supervisors; revise.
Analysis:
528. HB 528
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Brooklyn Utility Association with water system improvements.
Analysis:
529. HB 529
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Petal Excel By 5 with construction of a playground.
Analysis:
530. HB 530
Bad Policy
The 'Strategically Accelerating the Recruitment and Retention of Teachers (START) Act of 2022'; create.
Analysis: This bill increases teacher pay to $41,500. This is a major increase to the state budget and is not fiscally responsible.
531. HB 531
Not Rated
Mississippi Tax Freedom Act of 2022; create.
Analysis:
532. HB 532
Not Rated
Physical therapists; not required to have prior work experience to work at PPEC center.
Analysis:
533. HB 533
Not Rated
Work release program; extend repealer on authority of Rankin County sheriff to create pilot program for nonviolent confined offenders.
Analysis:
534. HB 534
Not Rated
Corrections; extend repealer on intensive supervision program and electronic home detention.
Analysis:
535. HB 535
Not Rated
Door-to-door solicitors; prohibit from soliciting a residence where a sign is displayed indicating that a resident does not wish to be solicited.
Analysis:
536. HB 536
Not Rated
Appropriation; DPS for funding the Forensics Laboratory and State Medical Examiner.
Analysis:
537. HB 537
Not Rated
Children; persons convicted of certain sex offenses not allowed to give health care consent for.
Analysis:
538. HB 538
Not Rated
Adoption procedures; revise home study and residency requirements.
Analysis:
539. HB 539
Not Rated
Case plans for inmates; require ordered alcohol/drug treatment to commence within 90 days of admission.
Analysis:
540. HB 540
Not Rated
Municipal executive committee; revise procedure for filling vacancies of.
Analysis:
541. HB 541
Not Rated
Municipal primary elections; revise procedure for nominating candidates during when only one candidate qualifies.
Analysis:
542. HB 542
Not Rated
Medicaid; revise certain provisions regarding managed care providers and payments during appeals.
Analysis:
543. HB 543
Not Rated
Elections; prohibit use of word 're-elect' unless for person who is current incumbent of the office sought.
Analysis:
544. HB 544
Not Rated
Probation, post-release supervision and technical violations; revise certain time periods concerning.
Analysis:
545. HB 545
Not Rated
Public defenders; increase compensation for court appointed.
Analysis:
546. HB 546
Not Rated
State Correctional Facilities Monitoring Unit; establish.
Analysis:
547. HB 547
Not Rated
Appropriations; phase in 25% reduction for agencies and departments over ten years.
Analysis:
548. HB 548
Not Rated
Ad valorem tax; exempt motor homes and trailers.
Analysis:
549. HB 549
Not Rated
Public health; repeal criminal penalty provisions for violations of certain statutes, regulations and orders relating to.
Analysis:
550. HB 550
Not Rated
Term limits; all elected officials limited to serving only two consecutive terms in office.
Analysis:
551. HB 551
Not Rated
Ad valorem taxation; exempt real property.
Analysis:
552. HB 552
Not Rated
Statewide testing program; cease all statewide uniform assessments and determine promotion based on cumulative grades.
Analysis:
553. HB 553
Not Rated
Jobs for Mississippi Graduates, Inc.; establish funding for.
Analysis:
554. HB 554
Not Rated
Ad valorem tax; revise assessment rate for motor vehicles.
Analysis:
555. HB 555
Not Rated
'Mississippi Healthy Food and Families Program'; create.
Analysis:
556. HB 556
Not Rated
Mississippi congressional districts; reapportion.
Analysis:
557. HB 557
Not Rated
Radar; authorize sheriff and deputies to use on county roads to enforce speed limits.
Analysis:
558. HB 558
Not Rated
Drug and alcohol treatment; require 30-day minimum in-patient treatment.
Analysis:
559. HB 559
Not Rated
Interrogations; require to be recorded if crimes of violence.
Analysis:
560. HB 560
Not Rated
Youthful Offender Law; enact.
Analysis:
561. HB 561
Not Rated
Appellate judges and justices; remove geographical limitation on expense allowance for.
Analysis:
562. HB 562
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of 'qualified resort area' under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.
Analysis:
563. HB 563
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Town of Bude with relocation and restoration of the Bude Depot.
Analysis:
564. HB 564
Not Rated
Mississippi Prison Education Reform Act of 2022; create.
Analysis:
565. HB 565
Not Rated
Employment of full time legal counsel as a county employee; authorize for Adams County.
Analysis:
566. HB 566
Not Rated
Habitual offenders; exclude nonviolent offenders.
Analysis:
567. HB 567
Not Rated
Radar; revise population threshold for municipal law enforcement to use on public streets of municipality.
Analysis:
568. HB 568
Not Rated
Statewide assessment program; discontinue all standardized tests except for single test in Grades 3, 8 and 11.
Analysis:
569. HB 569
Not Rated
Voting rights; restore upon satisfaction of all of the sentencing requirements of a conviction.
Analysis:
570. HB 570
Not Rated
Tuition waiver; provide for certain foster and adopted children and wards of the state to attend college.
Analysis:
571. HB 571
Not Rated
Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol; increase salaries of sworn officers by 3%.
Analysis:
572. HB 572
Not Rated
Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law; revise definition of 'qualified resort area' and allow package retailer's permits.
Analysis:
573. HB 573
Not Rated
Mental health screenings and assessments; require in all public schools.
Analysis:
574. HB 574
Not Rated
Bonds; create small municipalities security cameras and equipment grant program and authorize bonds to provide funds.
Analysis:
575. HB 575
Not Rated
Bonds; create pilot program for grants to certain municipalities for security cameras and equipment and authorize bonds to provide funds.
Analysis:
576. HB 576
Not Rated
DOC discharge plans; require explanation of disenfranchising crimes and opportunity for certain offenders to register to vote.
Analysis:
577. HB 577
Not Rated
Milk products; exempt owners of certain milk producing animals from regulation when used for personal milk consumption.
Analysis:
578. HB 578
Not Rated
Mississippi On-Farm Sales and Food Freedom Act; create.
Analysis:
579. HB 579
Not Rated
Motor vehicle license plates; allow reuse from one vehicle to another vehicle under certain conditions.
Analysis:
580. HB 580
Not Rated
Abortion; provide that inducing or performing is unlawful.
Analysis:
581. HB 581
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt certain sales of tangible personal property and services to churches.
Analysis:
582. HB 582
Not Rated
Homeschooled students; authorize participation in therapy services available through local school district.
Analysis:
583. HB 583
Not Rated
Local Taxation and Tax Extension Authority Act; create.
Analysis:
584. HB 584
Not Rated
Medicaid; prohibit the making of false claims for payments as well as for benefits.
Analysis:
585. HB 585
Not Rated
Ad valorem tax; exempt property of certain nonprofit corporations.
Analysis:
586. HB 586
Good Policy
Pilot work release program that authorizes sheriff to assign offenders to while confined in jail; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
587. HB 587
Not Rated
Appropriation; Jackson Public School District building repairs on certain campuses.
Analysis:
588. HB 588
Not Rated
Mississippi Horse Racing Act of 2022; create.
Analysis:
589. HB 589
Not Rated
The Sexual Assault Response for College Students Act; create.
Analysis:
590. HB 590
Not Rated
Charitable solicitations; revise provisions relating to notice, demand and service of process.
Analysis:
591. HB 591
Not Rated
Community schools; authorize implementation under the administration of a District Innovation.
Analysis:
592. HB 592
Not Rated
Child support; suspend for incarcerated persons under certain conditions.
Analysis:
593. HB 593
Not Rated
Mississippi Access to Care Act; create.
Analysis:
594. HB 594
Good Policy
Local and private bills proposing to extend local tax for second time; require direct referendum.
Analysis:
595. HB 595
Not Rated
Firearms Protection Act; create.
Analysis:
596. HB 596
Not Rated
Appeal from judgment by a county or municipal authority; revise standard of construction for determining constitutionality.
Analysis:
597. HB 597
Not Rated
Stun gun; remove the term from the prohibited firearms category.
Analysis:
598. HB 598
Not Rated
Seizure and forfeiture; require conviction and establish in relation to certain criminal offenses.
Analysis:
599. HB 599
Not Rated
MS Accountability and Transparency Act; revise to include certain counties and municipalities.
Analysis:
600. HB 600
Not Rated
Seizure and forfeiture; prohibit waiver of forfeiture and revise standard of proof.
Analysis:
601. HB 601
Not Rated
Medicaid; eligible pregnant women remain eligible for maternal care services for 12 months after end of pregnancy.
Analysis:
602. HB 602
Not Rated
Medicaid; restrict frequency of managed care organizations transferring enrollees to other organizations.
Analysis:
603. HB 603
Not Rated
Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize issuance to supporters of Starkville Academy athletics.
Analysis:
604. HB 604
Neutral
DUI suspension; clarify how the 120 days are counted.
Analysis: This bill adds that those found under the influence of marijuana are subject to this suspension.
605. HB 605
Not Rated
Indecent assault; create the crime of and provide penalties.
Analysis:
606. HB 606
Bad Policy
Mississippi Outdoor Stewardship Trust Fund; create.
Analysis:
607. HB 607
Neutral
'Parker's Law'; create crime of 'fentanyl delivery resulting in death'.
Analysis: the conference report added legislative intent to clarify the purpose of the law.
608. HB 608
Not Rated
No-knock warrants; prohibit issuance of.
Analysis:
609. HB 609
Not Rated
Law Enforcement Supplemental Pay Program; create.
Analysis:
610. HB 610
Not Rated
Mobile homes; give owner of one year to redeem the property after sold for taxes.
Analysis:
611. HB 611
Not Rated
Corporations and limited liability companies; authorize notice from Secretary of State to be served by electronic mail.
Analysis:
612. HB 612
Not Rated
State Health Officer; require certain orders issued by to be approved by the Governor.
Analysis:
613. HB 613
Not Rated
The Combating Violence, Disorder and Looting and Law Enforcement Protection Act of Mississippi; create.
Analysis:
614. HB 614
Not Rated
Casino winnings; provide procedures for intercept of child support arrearages.
Analysis:
615. HB 615
Not Rated
Statutory rape and sexual assault; revise penalties.
Analysis:
616. HB 616
Not Rated
Menaced property; authorize municipalities to secure abandoned or dilapidated buildings on such property.
Analysis:
617. HB 617
Not Rated
Municipalities; authorize waiver of liens, under certain circumstances, for costs associated with cleaning menaced property.
Analysis:
618. HB 618
Not Rated
Indigenous Peoples' Day; declare second Monday in October as a day of observance.
Analysis:
619. HB 619
Not Rated
Fresh Start Act; revise certain provisions of.
Analysis:
620. HB 620
Neutral
Dept. of Public Safety; revise laws regarding Office of State Medical Examiner, Forensics Laboratory and various other laws.
Analysis:
621. HB 621
Not Rated
Fleeing law enforcement; increase penalties for the crime of.
Analysis:
622. HB 622
Not Rated
Expungement; require the court to do so when charges are dismissed or dropped.
Analysis:
623. HB 623
Not Rated
Drug Intervention Courts; standardize references.
Analysis:
624. HB 624
Not Rated
First Circuit Court District; revise composition of judgeships.
Analysis:
625. HB 625
Not Rated
Pilot Work Release Program; expand to give authority to Sheriff of Harrison County to establish.
Analysis:
626. HB 626
Not Rated
Scrap metal; revise various provisions that regulate.
Analysis:
627. HB 627
Not Rated
Mississippi Flexible Tax Incentive Act; create.
Analysis:
628. HB 628
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of a new cafeteria at Jackson State University.
Analysis:
629. HB 629
Not Rated
Expungement; clarify procedures in all courts.
Analysis:
630. HB 630
Not Rated
Expungement; clarify for qualified electors.
Analysis:
631. HB 631
Not Rated
School attendance officers; require to receive training on IDEA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
Analysis:
632. HB 632
Not Rated
Corporal punishment; require school districts that allow to adopt a policy allowing parents to opt in.
Analysis:
633. HB 633
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Towns of Plantersville and Shannon with certain projects.
Analysis:
634. HB 634
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of a new Highway Safety Patrol Substation in Starkville.
Analysis:
635. HB 635
Not Rated
Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; reauthorize issuance to supporters of Jim Hill High School.
Analysis:
636. HB 636
Not Rated
Distinctive motor vehicle license tags; reauthorize issuance to supporters of Meridian High School.
Analysis:
637. HB 637
Not Rated
Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize issuance to supporters of Gautier athletics.
Analysis:
638. HB 638
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; require implementation of an Extended Family Visitation Program for eligible offenders.
Analysis:
639. HB 639
Not Rated
Drag racing; provide vehicle in violation shall be subject to forfeiture.
Analysis:
640. HB 640
Not Rated
Crimes; create for unauthorized use of minor's name and social security number as dependent on income tax return.
Analysis:
641. HB 641
Not Rated
Law enforcement; require pursuit policy of alleged crime perpetrator.
Analysis:
642. HB 642
Not Rated
Civil Legal Assistance Fund; specify funding to from certain sources.
Analysis:
643. HB 643
Not Rated
Uninsured motorist coverage; provide that limits will be equal to liability coverage unless insured selects otherwise.
Analysis:
644. HB 644
Not Rated
Uninsured motorist coverage; provide that coverage is mandatory in every automobile liability insurance policy.
Analysis:
645. HB 645
Not Rated
Mattresses; require seller to give notice when previously owned.
Analysis:
646. HB 646
Not Rated
Secure Voting Act; create.
Analysis:
647. HB 647
Not Rated
Teacher and administrator license; deny or revoke for those who physically abuse a student.
Analysis:
648. HB 648
Not Rated
State park fee; authorize MDWFP to provide discount to senior citizens age 65 and older.
Analysis:
649. HB 649
Not Rated
Video surveillance cameras; require in certain areas of school facilities for protection of exceptional children.
Analysis:
650. HB 650
Not Rated
Absentee ballots; revise notary requirements for students enrolled in a college, university or community or junior college.
Analysis:
651. HB 651
Not Rated
Compulsory School Attendance Law; rename as the 'Kindergarten Increases Diplomas (KIDs) Act,' and lower compulsory age to five years.
Analysis:
652. HB 652
Not Rated
Nonlicensed teachers; authorize local school districts to employ certain number to fill core subject area positions.
Analysis:
653. HB 653
Not Rated
National Board Certified teachers; include those employed in Hinds County as eligible for additional supplement.
Analysis:
654. HB 654
Not Rated
Online voter registration; authorize for first-time registrants.
Analysis:
655. HB 655
Not Rated
Auto insurance; not invalidated by intentional acts of insured.
Analysis:
656. HB 656
Not Rated
Mississippi Gospel Music Trail; authorize MDA Division of Tourism to establish program and historical markers for.
Analysis:
657. HB 657
Bad Policy
Medicaid; delete freeze on provider reimbursement rates and provide for prior review of certain actions by the division.
Analysis:
658. HB 658
Bad Policy
Medicaid; delete freeze on provider reimbursement rates and establish procedure for review of proposed rate changes.
Analysis:
659. HB 659
Not Rated
Medicaid Access and Opportunity Act of 2022; create.
Analysis:
660. HB 660
Bad Policy
Gulf Coast Restoration Fund; limitation on assistance for any one project not applicable to certain public entities.
Analysis:
661. HB 661
Not Rated
Hotel construction projects; authorize sales tax incentive for.
Analysis:
662. HB 662
Not Rated
Tianeptine; add to Schedule II list of controlled substances.
Analysis:
663. HB 663
Not Rated
Kratom; include in Schedule I of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act.
Analysis:
664. HB 664
Not Rated
Teacher licensure; authorize issuance to certain individuals with foreign certification on reciprocity with documentation.
Analysis:
665. HB 665
Not Rated
Commission on Status of Women; require that all vacancies be filled and meeting held by July 1, 2022.
Analysis:
666. HB 666
Not Rated
Commission on Status of Women; require that all vacancies be filled and meeting held by July 1, 2022.
Analysis:
667. HB 667
Not Rated
Active shooter training; require school district employees to attend every three years.
Analysis:
668. HB 668
Not Rated
Right to vote; restore automatically once a person has completed all sentencing requirements.
Analysis:
669. HB 669
Not Rated
State employees; provide for across-the-board increase in annual compensation for those with annual salary under $30,000.00.
Analysis:
670. HB 670
Not Rated
Mental health support for educators; provide services and training for.
Analysis:
671. HB 671
Not Rated
Teachers' and teacher assistants' salaries; provide increase to minimum base pay.
Analysis:
672. HB 672
Neutral
Sexual assault kit; regulate processing of.
Analysis: The senate struck the entire bill and created a task force to study laws concerning sexual assault.
673. HB 673
Not Rated
State Board of Medical Licensure; revise composition of to include consumer members.
Analysis:
674. HB 674
Not Rated
Medical Practice Act; revise various provisions of.
Analysis:
675. HB 675
Not Rated
Gold star Children's Day; designate August 1 of each year as.
Analysis:
676. HB 676
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of new Mississippi State Veterans Home in Jackson metropolitan area.
Analysis:
677. HB 677
Neutral
County veteran service officers; revise certain provisions regarding certification.
Analysis:
678. HB 678
Not Rated
Mississippi Access to Care Act; create.
Analysis:
679. HB 679
Bad Policy
Mississippi Pill Press Act of 2022; create.
Analysis:
680. HB 680
Not Rated
Social security numbers; require counties to take steps to prevent the inadvertent disclosure of.
Analysis:
681. HB 681
Not Rated
Kratom; include in Schedule I controlled substances list.
Analysis:
682. HB 682
Not Rated
Pharmacists; authorize to test for and treat certain minor, nonchronic health conditions subject to certain requirements.
Analysis:
683. HB 683
Not Rated
State Parole Board; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
684. HB 684
Bad Policy
Small Business and Grocer Investment Act; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
685. HB 685
Not Rated
Energy Academy Act; extend repealer on authority of Vicksburg-Warren and Claiborne County school boards to partner with nuclear facility.
Analysis:
686. HB 686
Not Rated
Appraisal Management Companies; extend repealer on registration requirements under Mississippi Appraisal Company Act.
Analysis:
687. HB 687
Not Rated
Mississippi Debt Management Services Act; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
688. HB 688
Not Rated
Public lands; extend repealer on statute prohibiting corporations and nonresident aliens from purchasing.
Analysis:
689. HB 689
Not Rated
Community Service Revolving Fund; extend repealer on authority to collect fees from paroled offenders for deposit into.
Analysis:
690. HB 690
Not Rated
Architects; revise licensing laws to authorize multi-disciplinary firms with landscape architects.
Analysis:
691. HB 691
Not Rated
Tablet press machines; regulate and require registration of.
Analysis:
692. HB 692
Not Rated
Municipalities and counties trails program; create and authorize issuance of bonds to provide funds for.
Analysis:
693. HB 693
Not Rated
Health insurance; provide that mental illness coverage includes substance abuse.
Analysis:
694. HB 694
Not Rated
Appropriation; Administrative Office of Courts for additional funding for intervention courts.
Analysis:
695. HB 695
Not Rated
Intervention courts; revise regulations that govern and add drug abuse prevention to statewide education component.
Analysis:
696. HB 696
Not Rated
Pre-election day voting; authorize for 14 days before the election.
Analysis:
697. HB 697
Not Rated
Local governments capital improvements revolving loan program; include certain fire trucks.
Analysis:
698. HB 698
Good Policy
Rivers McGraw Mental Health Diversion Program; revise to create mental health treatment courts.
Analysis:
699. HB 699
Not Rated
Probate Estates; increase value of.
Analysis:
700. HB 700
Not Rated
Distinctive motor vehicle/motorcycle license tag for veterans; revise provisions regarding evidence of service.
Analysis:
701. HB 701
Not Rated
Simple assault; revise to include nonconsensual touching of body.
Analysis:
702. HB 702
Not Rated
Health insurance policies; require coverage for certain examinations primarily related to women's health.
Analysis:
703. HB 703
Not Rated
Rivers McGraw Mental Health Diversion Program; revise to create mental health treatment courts.
Analysis:
704. HB 704
Not Rated
Mississippi Prison Industries; require to pay inmates federal minimum wage for inmate labor.
Analysis:
705. HB 705
Not Rated
Violent offenders, certain; may be paroled by Parole Board if sentencing judge authorizes parole consideration.
Analysis:
706. HB 706
Not Rated
Copper materials; prohibit transactions between certain sellers and scrap metal dealers and other purchases.
Analysis:
707. HB 707
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with removal and demolition of certain dilapidated and blighted properties.
Analysis:
708. HB 708
Not Rated
DOC's evaluation of requests for proposals for canteen services; require interested third parties to have reasonable prices for services.
Analysis:
709. HB 709
Not Rated
Public schools; clarify authority of local law enforcement agencies to prevent and investigate crimes on property of.
Analysis:
710. HB 710
Not Rated
Case plans for inmates who committed capital offenses; require certain programs be placed within.
Analysis:
711. HB 711
Not Rated
Conjugal visits; require Department of Corrections to provide for married inmates.
Analysis:
712. HB 712
Not Rated
Firearms; revise limits placed on counties and municipalities to regulate.
Analysis:
713. HB 713
Not Rated
Case plans for inmates who committed violent offenses; require certain programs be placed within.
Analysis:
714. HB 714
Not Rated
Mandatory minimum sentences for crimes committed by offenders; revise which offenders are eligible for.
Analysis:
715. HB 715
Not Rated
Case plans for nonviolent inmates; require certain programs be placed within.
Analysis:
716. HB 716
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; authorize to administer the 'Halfway House Grant Program.'
Analysis:
717. HB 717
Not Rated
Appropriation; additional to State Department of Health for Office Against Interpersonal Violence.
Analysis:
718. HB 718
Not Rated
Crime of promoting prostitution; clarify and revise where certain monies are deposited.
Analysis:
719. HB 719
Bad Policy
Compensation for certain county officials; bring forward sections pertaining to.
Analysis:
720. HB 720
Not Rated
Mississippi Department of Employment Security; provide requirements related to fraud prevention, detection and recovery.
Analysis:
721. HB 721
Not Rated
Mineral estates; revert to surface estate owner after ten-year period of nonproduction.
Analysis:
722. HB 722
Not Rated
Sustainable Energy Partnership Program; establish at Jackson State University.
Analysis:
723. HB 723
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL for Jackson State University for structural improvements at campus entrances to enhance safety.
Analysis:
724. HB 724
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL for Jackson State University for Sustainable Energy Partnership Program.
Analysis:
725. HB 725
Not Rated
Delinquent county garbage fees; provide nonrenewal of driver's licenses for nonpayment.
Analysis:
726. HB 726
Not Rated
Public Procurement Review Board; exempt certain contracts entered into by the Attorney General's office from oversight by.
Analysis:
727. HB 727
Not Rated
Timber bridges; require use of for new construction and replacement on certain county and secondary roads.
Analysis:
728. HB 728
Not Rated
Hunting regulation changes; require Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks to provide notice of.
Analysis:
729. HB 729
Not Rated
Mississippi Sound Money Tax Removal Act; create.
Analysis:
730. HB 730
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; allow direct sales and shipments of wine to be made to residents in this state.
Analysis:
731. HB 731
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; allow direct sales and shipments of wine to be made to residents in this state.
Analysis:
732. HB 732
Not Rated
State Commission on the 9-8-8 Comprehensive Behavioral Health Crisis Response System; create.
Analysis:
733. HB 733
Not Rated
Pharmacy Benefit Prompt Pay Act; revise various provisions of.
Analysis:
734. HB 734
Not Rated
Project ADAM(Automated Defibrillators in Adam's Memory); establish pilot program to authorize AEDs in schools.
Analysis:
735. HB 735
Not Rated
Mississippi Veterans Home Perpetual Care Fund; create.
Analysis:
736. HB 736
Not Rated
Mississippi Veterans Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund; create.
Analysis:
737. HB 737
Not Rated
Child abuse hotline; require schools to post in clearly visible location.
Analysis:
738. HB 738
Not Rated
Mississippi Code; modernize terminology by replacing 'mentally retarded' with 'intellectual disability'.
Analysis:
739. HB 739
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:
740. HB 740
Not Rated
Sexual battery; remove statute of limitations for prosecution of crime of.
Analysis:
741. HB 741
Not Rated
Sherry Elmore Nursing Education Forgivable Loan Program; create.
Analysis:
742. HB 742
Not Rated
School districts; authorize certain districts to employ retired teachers while they continue to draw retirement allowance.
Analysis:
743. HB 743
Not Rated
Early voting; authorize for 14 days before the election.
Analysis:
744. HB 744
Not Rated
Charter school payments; require school districts to pay local funds due on a monthly basis.
Analysis:
745. HB 745
Not Rated
District Attorneys; increase salaries of.
Analysis:
746. HB 746
Not Rated
Mississippi Retail Marijuana Act; create to authorize and regulate the personal use of marijuana.
Analysis:
747. HB 747
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL for research project on indoor production of medical marijuana at Alcorn State University.
Analysis:
748. HB 748
Not Rated
IHL board; delete repealer on authority to oversee certain construction projects funded by state general obligation bonds.
Analysis:
749. HB 749
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; allow holders of package retailer's permits to sell on Sunday.
Analysis:
750. HB 750
Not Rated
Teacher licensure; authorize SDE to issue Nontraditional Teaching Route - Standard License to certain individuals with advanced degrees.
Analysis:
751. HB 751
Not Rated
Appropriation; Marshall County for completing the Potts Camp Railroad Bridge and Bypass Project.
Analysis:
752. HB 752
Not Rated
Appropriation; Marshall County for completing the Red Banks Road Improvement Project.
Analysis:
753. HB 753
Not Rated
Appropriation; Marshall County for completing the Blackwater Road Bridge Project.
Analysis:
754. HB 754
Not Rated
Appropriation; Marshall County for completing the Byhalia Railroad Bridge Project.
Analysis:
755. HB 755
Not Rated
Medicaid; suspend eligibility of incarcerated persons instead of terminating it.
Analysis:
756. HB 756
Not Rated
African-American Studies and Racial Diversity; require SDE to develop curriculum for implementation in public high school.
Analysis:
757. HB 757
Not Rated
Body-worn cameras; require cities and counties to provide to police officers and deputy sheriffs.
Analysis:
758. HB 758
Not Rated
No Patient Left Alone Act; create to provide certain visitation rights for hospital patients.
Analysis:
759. HB 759
Not Rated
Mississippi Adult Health and Privacy Act; create.
Analysis:
760. HB 760
Not Rated
Medicaid; expand eligibility under federal Affordable Care Act.
Analysis:
761. HB 761
Not Rated
Youth Employment Grant Program; create.
Analysis:
762. HB 762
Not Rated
State holiday; remove Robert E. Lee's birthday and Confederate Memorial Day as a.
Analysis:
763. HB 763
Not Rated
Medicaid; provide for a separate managed care program for dental services and dental services providers.
Analysis:
764. HB 764
Bad Policy
'Mississippi Health Care Workers Retention Act of 2022'; create.
Analysis:
765. HB 765
Not Rated
Appropriation; Department of Health for funding physician residency training programs.
Analysis:
766. HB 766
Not Rated
Appropriation; Department of Health for funding the COVID-19 Mississippi Local Provider Innovation Grant Program.
Analysis:
767. HB 767
Not Rated
Appropriation; Rural Physicians Scholarship Commission for funding new loan repayment program.
Analysis:
768. HB 768
Not Rated
Rural Physicians Scholarship Program; expand to include a loan repayment program for graduates who practice in rural areas.
Analysis:
769. HB 769
Not Rated
COVID-19 Mississippi Local Provider Innovation Grant Program; create to be administered by Department of Health.
Analysis:
770. HB 770
Neutral
Mississippi Equal Pay for Equal Work Act; create.
Analysis: This bill is completely unnecessary! This is already a Federal Law.
771. HB 771
Not Rated
Mississippi Equal Pay Act; create.
Analysis:
772. HB 772
Not Rated
Employee wages; require to be paid equally for women and men.
Analysis:
773. HB 773
Not Rated
Equal pay for equal work; require for employees of opposite sex in the same work establishment.
Analysis:
774. HB 774
Not Rated
Equal pay for equal work; require for employees of opposite sex in the same work establishment.
Analysis:
775. HB 775
Not Rated
Equal pay for equal work; require for employees of opposite sex in the same work establishment.
Analysis:
776. HB 776
Not Rated
Equal pay for equal work; require for employees of opposite sex in the same work establishment.
Analysis:
777. HB 777
Not Rated
Appropriation; provide to State Department of Health for Office Against Interpersonal Violence.
Analysis:
778. HB 778
Good Policy
Appropriation; additional to DPS from Death Benefits Trust Fund to pay benefits covered under First Responder Act.
Analysis:
779. HB 779
Not Rated
Law Enforcement Death Benefits Trust Fund; include cause of death covered under First Responders Act of 2020.
Analysis:
780. HB 780
Not Rated
Health insurers; authorize exemption from prior authorization requirements of for health care providers if certain criteria are met.
Analysis:
781. HB 781
Not Rated
The Digital Access Learning and Virtual Instruction Program Act of 2022; create.
Analysis:
782. HB 782
Not Rated
Appropriation; MDE to assist parents in paying school districts for cost of lost/damaged electronic devices assigned to students.
Analysis:
783. HB 783
Not Rated
Public employees; exempt from bad check fees caused by error in direct deposit made by their employer or retirement system.
Analysis:
784. HB 784
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of 'qualified resort area' under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.
Analysis:
785. HB 785
Not Rated
Medicaid; remove provision that freezes provider reimbursement rates unless authorized by legislative amendment.
Analysis:
786. HB 786
Not Rated
Outdoor advertisement signs; revise height requirement.
Analysis:
787. HB 787
Not Rated
Health insurance; prohibit modifications on renewal of covered and prescribed prescription drug's contracted benefit level.
Analysis:
788. HB 788
Not Rated
Appropriation; Black Bayou Water Association for certain water system improvements.
Analysis:
789. HB 789
Not Rated
False allegations of hate crime; provide penalties for.
Analysis:
790. HB 790
Not Rated
Video surveillance cameras; require to be installed in classrooms and certain other areas of public schools and postsecondary educational institutions.
Analysis:
791. HB 791
Not Rated
Municipal annexation; require an election be held in the proposed annexed territory.
Analysis:
792. HB 792
Not Rated
Life skills courses; require MDE to develop a comprehensive curriculum for high school students.
Analysis:
793. HB 793
Not Rated
Headlights; require to be used whenever windshield wipers necessitated.
Analysis:
794. HB 794
Not Rated
Expungement; allow court granting a certificate of rehabilitation to also grant an.
Analysis:
795. HB 795
Not Rated
Equal Access to Education Act; create to enhance digital learning opportunities for students and public schools.
Analysis:
796. HB 796
Not Rated
Personalized motor vehicle license tags; authorize alternative form of.
Analysis:
797. HB 797
Not Rated
Sexual battery; remove statute of limitations for prosecution of crime of.
Analysis:
798. HB 798
Not Rated
Reports of suspected abuse; require persons who make to give their name and contact information under certain circumstances.
Analysis:
799. HB 799
Not Rated
Arrest warrants for sex offenses against children; authorize upon oral testimony by person requesting.
Analysis:
800. HB 800
Not Rated
Death penalty executions; remove firing squad as an option.
Analysis:
801. HB 801
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Mississippi Minority Farmers Alliance with repair of building and parking lot.
Analysis:
802. HB 802
Not Rated
'Jennifer's Law'; enact to prohibit state and local agencies from establishing traffic ticket quotas.
Analysis:
803. HB 803
Not Rated
Healthcare Contracting Simplification Act; create.
Analysis:
804. HB 804
Not Rated
Income tax; provide a credit for taxpayers allowed to claim federal earned income tax credit.
Analysis:
805. HB 805
Not Rated
Workers' compensation; require emergency hearing upon request of either party.
Analysis:
806. HB 806
Not Rated
Automatic voter registration; authorize for those who apply for the issuance, renewal or change of address of driver's license.
Analysis:
807. HB 807
Not Rated
Civil Legal Assistance Fund; provide for an assessment to be used for.
Analysis:
808. HB 808
Not Rated
Mississippi Center for Legal Services; require $15.00 collected from criminal and civil actions to be remitted to.
Analysis:
809. HB 809
Not Rated
Mississippi Center for Legal Services Corporation Fund; create and provide for a new fee to be deposited into.
Analysis:
810. HB 810
Not Rated
Motor vehicle liability insurance policy; require to include medical payment coverage.
Analysis:
811. HB 811
Neutral
Memorial highways; designate in Rankin County, Mississippi.
Analysis:
812. HB 812
Not Rated
Health insurance policies; require coverage for colorectal cancer examinations in accordance with American Cancer Society.
Analysis:
813. HB 813
Not Rated
Mississippi Study on the Affordability of Insulin Act; create.
Analysis:
814. HB 814
Not Rated
Cottage food products; delete prohibition on the Internet sale of.
Analysis:
815. HB 815
Not Rated
Wireless learning environments; require school districts to develop and implement within two years.
Analysis:
816. HB 816
Not Rated
Cosmetology licensure laws; change name of manicurist to nail technician.
Analysis:
817. HB 817
Not Rated
State Board of Barber Examiners; authorize county and municipal elected officials to serve as members of.
Analysis:
818. HB 818
Not Rated
MS Computer Science and Cyber Education Equality Act; authorize certified or classified staff to provide instruction under.
Analysis:
819. HB 819
Not Rated
Fire Protection Funds; increase and expand purposes for.
Analysis:
820. HB 820
Not Rated
State Fire Academy; eliminate cap on emergency medical responders who can train at.
Analysis:
821. HB 821
Neutral
Nontransport emergency medical services; develop coordinated entity to provide statewide system for.
Analysis: The conference report added in language having nothing to do with the bill that allows municipalities that were abolished by the census bureau for having less than 50 people can challenge this finding and have their rights and privileges temporarily restored.
822. HB 822
Not Rated
Insurance licenses; make perpetual unless revoked by Commissioner or forfeited.
Analysis:
823. HB 823
Not Rated
Mississippi Electronic Protection Licensing Act; revise regarding battery-charged security fences.
Analysis:
824. HB 824
Not Rated
Fireworks; authorize sale of year-round.
Analysis:
825. HB 825
Not Rated
Utility worker; include the killing of as capital murder.
Analysis:
826. HB 826
Not Rated
Ad valorem tax; provide partial exemption for certain business personal property.
Analysis:
827. HB 827
Not Rated
Ad valorem tax; exempt certain business personal property from.
Analysis:
828. HB 828
Not Rated
Homestead exemption; increase for persons 65 years of age or older or totally disabled.
Analysis:
829. HB 829
Not Rated
Bonds; mandate election on issue of county or municipal bonds.
Analysis:
830. HB 830
Not Rated
Bonds; mandate election on issue of county or municipal bonds.
Analysis:
831. HB 831
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Pearl with construction of a bridge.
Analysis:
832. HB 832
Not Rated
Mental Awareness Program for School Act; enact to provide for mental health service providers and certain trauma-informed training.
Analysis:
833. HB 833
Bad Policy
Mississippi Motor Vehicle Commission Law; prohibit direct sales by manufacturers except as provided.
Analysis:
834. HB 834
Not Rated
Divorce; bring forward grounds of, for purposes of amendment.
Analysis:
835. HB 835
Not Rated
Residential Landlord Tenant Act; revise evictions procedures of the.
Analysis:
836. HB 836
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property to certain nonprofit organizations that provide guide and service dogs to people with disabilities.
Analysis:
837. HB 837
Not Rated
Hospitals and institutions for the aged or infirm; prohibit policies, subject to safety requirements, limiting visitation.
Analysis:
838. HB 838
Not Rated
Mississippi Smoke-free Air Act; create.
Analysis:
839. HB 839
Not Rated
Solemn Covenant of the States to Award Prizes for Curing Diseases Compact; enact.
Analysis:
840. HB 840
Not Rated
State budget; revise provisions of several FY22 appropriation bills.
Analysis:
841. HB 841
Not Rated
Mississippi Tourism Recovery Fund - Round 2; create.
Analysis:
842. HB 842
Neutral
Rural Fire Truck Acquisition Assistance Program; authorize two additional rounds for counties and municipalities.
Analysis:
843. HB 843
Not Rated
County or municipal Medicare eligible employees; make clarification regarding ability to receive certain supplemental compensation.
Analysis:
844. HB 844
Not Rated
Sheriffs and police officers; require availability of less-lethal force option while on duty.
Analysis:
845. HB 845
Not Rated
Tuition waiver; provide for certain foster and adopted children and wards of the state to attend community or junior colleges.
Analysis:
846. HB 846
Not Rated
Deputy sheriffs and police officers; require certain courses for continuing education.
Analysis:
847. HB 847
Not Rated
Retirement; allow PERS retirees to serve in Legislature in same manner as for elected county or municipal offices.
Analysis:
848. HB 848
Not Rated
Expungement; delete embezzlement from ineligible crimes for.
Analysis:
849. HB 849
Not Rated
High school curriculum; require SBE to develop for instruction in civics and home economics.
Analysis:
850. HB 850
Not Rated
Absentee ballots; revise those who are authorized to vote by.
Analysis:
851. HB 851
Not Rated
Driver's license; revise certain requirements and create certificate for driving.
Analysis:
852. HB 852
Not Rated
Expungement; revise list of eligible crimes.
Analysis:
853. HB 853
Not Rated
Expungement; authorize for all nonviolent crimes after five years.
Analysis:
854. HB 854
Not Rated
Equal pay for equal work; require for women in the same work establishment.
Analysis:
855. HB 855
Not Rated
Expungement; remove certain types of embezzlement from list of excluded crimes.
Analysis:
856. HB 856
Not Rated
Land banks; authorize counties and municipalities to create to convert certain property to productive use.
Analysis:
857. HB 857
Not Rated
Disenfranchising crimes; clarify those that qualify as.
Analysis:
858. HB 858
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:
859. HB 859
Not Rated
Telemedicine; revise for purposes of health insurance and employee benefit plans.
Analysis:
860. HB 860
Not Rated
Autopsies; create 'Jenna's Law' to require autopsies to include inquiring about whether death was result of seizure or epilepsy.
Analysis:
861. HB 861
Not Rated
Health care practitioners; have right and freedom to publicly discuss treatment methods without repercussion from licensing agencies.
Analysis:
862. HB 862
Not Rated
Medical records; set maximum amounts of fees that may be charged for providing in electronic format.
Analysis:
863. HB 863
Neutral
'Mississippi Prison Industries Act of 1990'; bring forward for the purposes of possible amendment.
Analysis:
864. HB 864
Not Rated
MS Statutory Thresholds for Settlements Involving Minors Act; create with affidavit requirements.
Analysis:
865. HB 865
Not Rated
Mississippi Equal Pay Act; create.
Analysis:
866. HB 866
Not Rated
Mississippi Preauthorization Gold Card Act; enact.
Analysis:
867. HB 867
Not Rated
Home inspectors; authorize to perform inspections on new construction without having residential home builders license.
Analysis:
868. HB 868
Not Rated
Retail businesses; require to accept cash as form of payment.
Analysis:
869. HB 869
Not Rated
Price gouging; create exemption for producers, growers, or processors of food products.
Analysis:
870. HB 870
Not Rated
Income tax; authorize a credit for private school tuition and homeschooling expenses.
Analysis:
871. HB 871
Not Rated
Local Government Control of Public School Athletics Task Force; create to evaluate transfer of such activities from schools.
Analysis:
872. HB 872
Not Rated
Postsecondary educational institutions; require to provide certain information to students upon declaration of a major.
Analysis:
873. HB 873
Not Rated
Tim Tebow Act; create to authorize homeschool students to participate in public school extracurricular activities.
Analysis:
874. HB 874
Not Rated
Mississippi Scholarship Act; create to provide scholarships to K-12 public school students.
Analysis:
875. HB 875
Not Rated
Mississippi Universal Prekendergarten Program Act of 2022; enact to require for children four years of age.
Analysis:
876. HB 876
Not Rated
Mississippi Employment Security Law; revise to exclude services of petroleum landman from definition of 'employment.'
Analysis:
877. HB 877
Not Rated
Southern Voting Rights Act; create and revise provisions related to elections.
Analysis:
878. HB 878
Not Rated
Water well contractors; exempt from continuing education if 65 or older or 20 years experience.
Analysis:
879. HB 879
Not Rated
Education Enhancement Fund; revise date of issuance of classroom supply procurement cards.
Analysis:
880. HB 880
Not Rated
Prescription drugs; provide for reduction of patients' cost for.
Analysis:
881. HB 881
Good Policy
University-based programs of education for children with developmental disabilities; revise certain provisions.
Analysis:
882. HB 882
Not Rated
School attendance officers; provide increase to minimum base salary.
Analysis:
883. HB 883
Not Rated
Community College Boards of Trustees; revise composition of Northeast Mississippi and Coahoma Community Colleges.
Analysis:
884. HB 884
Not Rated
'Accelerate Mississippi Scholarship Program'; establish to provide student with financial assistance for advanced education courses.
Analysis:
885. HB 885
Not Rated
Education Enhancement Fund; authorize DFA to issue digital solutions and credentials for use for classroom supply allotments.
Analysis:
886. HB 886
Not Rated
Property liens; require that lis pendens notice of shall be filed within 30 days after the commencement of the action.
Analysis:
887. HB 887
Not Rated
Special education funds; require separate appropriation to the State Board of Education for.
Analysis:
888. HB 888
Not Rated
Capitol Complex Improvement District; bring forward sections of law governing.
Analysis:
889. HB 889
Not Rated
Voting systems; require those purchased to be able to scan actual ballot.
Analysis:
890. HB 890
Not Rated
Appropriation; Hinds County for construction of new county jail.
Analysis:
891. HB 891
Not Rated
Students; prohibit entities directly or indirectly funded with public monies from distinguishing between.
Analysis:
892. HB 892
Not Rated
Tobacco; increase excise tax on all products except cigarettes.
Analysis:
893. HB 893
Not Rated
Elected official; prohibit from changing political party affiliation during term of office.
Analysis:
894. HB 894
Not Rated
Tobacco; prohibit sale of candy or food product that mimics.
Analysis:
895. HB 895
Not Rated
Nursing homes; require to purchase and maintain a minimum amount of liability insurance.
Analysis:
896. HB 896
Not Rated
Medicaid; provide coverage for outpatient services by border city university-affiliated pediatric teaching hospitals.
Analysis:
897. HB 897
Not Rated
Flu vaccines; reduce minimum age of hospital inpatients who must be offered them before their discharge.
Analysis:
898. HB 898
Not Rated
Circuit and chancery court reporters; increase salaries of.
Analysis:
899. HB 899
Not Rated
School transportation; authorize motor vehicles other than buses for small groups of students traveling to school activities.
Analysis:
900. HB 900
Not Rated
Irlen Syndrome; require screening for and districts to provide reasonable accommodations for students with.
Analysis:
901. HB 901
Not Rated
Medicaid; bring forward section providing for assessments on health care facilities.
Analysis:
902. HB 902
Not Rated
Open Meetings Law; revise reasons for executive sessions to include discussions by boards of trustees of public hospitals.
Analysis:
903. HB 903
Not Rated
Open Meetings Law; authorize court to void certain actions taken in violation of.
Analysis:
904. HB 904
Not Rated
Littering; increase fines and allocate monies collected to police, sheriff and fire departments.
Analysis:
905. HB 905
Not Rated
Statues and monuments; prohibit removal of certain unless authorized by an act of the Legislature.
Analysis:
906. HB 906
Neutral
State offenders serving sentences in county jail; may serve sentences in any county jail.
Analysis:
907. HB 907
Not Rated
'Reentry Court Act of 2022'; establish.
Analysis:
908. HB 908
Not Rated
Offenders, certain; provide 'Compassionate Parole Eligibility Act of 2022' and certain hospice care services.
Analysis:
909. HB 909
Not Rated
Pawnbrokers, title pledge lenders and check cashers; reduce maximum rate of interest that they may charge for their services.
Analysis:
910. HB 910
Not Rated
Expungement; authorize automatically for first-time offenders.
Analysis:
911. HB 911
Not Rated
Wildlife management areas; authorize use of mobility-related devices on trails for certain individuals.
Analysis:
912. HB 912
Not Rated
Interrogations; require all to be conducted by law enforcement to be recorded.
Analysis:
913. HB 913
Not Rated
Employment-at-will doctrine; abolish and create 'Good Faith in Employment Act.'
Analysis:
914. HB 914
Not Rated
Agencies; require to provide monthly report of expenditures of state and federal public funds.
Analysis:
915. HB 915
Not Rated
State advertising; prohibit elected and appointed officers from publicly participating in.
Analysis:
916. HB 916
Not Rated
Contract lobbyists; prohibit agencies, governing authorities and universities and colleges from hiring with public funds.
Analysis:
917. HB 917
Not Rated
'Home-based Opportunity Freedom Act of 2022'; create.
Analysis:
918. HB 918
Good Policy
Alcoholic beverages; authorize issuance of food truck permit, revise distance restrictions for certain locations.
Analysis:
919. HB 919
Not Rated
MDOC; require to establish a certain leasing policy with DFA for agricultural equipment.
Analysis:
920. HB 920
Not Rated
Inmate Welfare Fund; authorize portion of fund to be used to fund Inmate Incentive to Work Program.
Analysis:
921. HB 921
Not Rated
Mississippi Transit Corporation; establish and create study committee.
Analysis:
922. HB 922
Not Rated
Expungement; authorize those qualify for medical marijuana prescription.
Analysis:
923. HB 923
Not Rated
Lead poisoning; require Department of Health to revise its prevention policies to align with CDC recommendation.
Analysis:
924. HB 924
Not Rated
Financial services; authorize financial institutions to provide to licensed medical cannabis establishments.
Analysis:
925. HB 925
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist with acquisition of fire trucks and equipment for Lowndes County District 3 Fire and Rescue.
Analysis:
926. HB 926
Not Rated
Fee-in-lieu of ad valorem taxes; bring forward sections of law relating to.
Analysis:
927. HB 927
Not Rated
Newborn screening program; include those conditions listed on the Recommended Uniform Screening Panel within three years after listing.
Analysis:
928. HB 928
Not Rated
Hospitals; establish grant program for expansions of hospital facilities that increase capacity as needed to treat more COVID-19 patients.
Analysis:
929. HB 929
Not Rated
Mississippi Freedom Trail Commission; establish.
Analysis:
930. HB 930
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; establish a Division of Parole within.
Analysis:
931. HB 931
Not Rated
Mississippi Prison Industries Corporation; dissolve and create Division of Reentry and Prison Industry within MDOC.
Analysis:
932. HB 932
Not Rated
Health insurance policies; require coverage for colorectal cancer screenings.
Analysis:
933. HB 933
Not Rated
Homeowners' associations; regulate managing agents of and provide certain requirements for.
Analysis:
934. HB 934
Not Rated
Healthcare Contracting Simplification Act; create.
Analysis:
935. HB 935
Not Rated
Nonadjudication; authorize completion of workforce training or similar training as an option for.
Analysis:
936. HB 936
Neutral
Hospice care services for terminally ill inmates; authorize MDOC to provide for those confined in facilities under MDOC jurisdiction.
Analysis:
937. HB 937
Not Rated
Minimum wage; establish and provide for annual cost-of-living increases.
Analysis:
938. HB 938
Not Rated
First Responders Incentive Program; establish.
Analysis:
939. HB 939
Not Rated
Municipalities, certain; extend repealer on authority to create program addressing delinquent customer water bills.
Analysis:
940. HB 940
Not Rated
Insurance department; remove from the provisions of the Mississippi Budget Transparency and Simplification Act.
Analysis:
941. HB 941
Not Rated
Sheriffs; authorize to deputize tribal law enforcement officers under certain circumstances.
Analysis:
942. HB 942
Not Rated
Hunting and fishing; allow online applicants for a license to elect to be an organ donor.
Analysis:
943. HB 943
Not Rated
Lease agreements; authorize for persons under 21 to enter binding contracts for.
Analysis:
944. HB 944
Not Rated
Hunting; authorize hunters to wear fluorescent pink as an alternative to fluorescent orange.
Analysis:
945. HB 945
Not Rated
Online voter registration; authorize for first-time registrants.
Analysis:
946. HB 946
Not Rated
Medical records; require health care provider to timely provide to patients after receiving request for.
Analysis:
947. HB 947
Not Rated
Appropriation; additional amount to MDOT for the Statewide Litter Prevention Program.
Analysis:
948. HB 948
Not Rated
Abortion-inducing pill; regulate with required consent.
Analysis:
949. HB 949
Not Rated
Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; revise distribution of fees collected from issuance of breast cancer awareness tags.
Analysis:
950. HB 950
Not Rated
Statewide Elections Management System; compare to certain databases to ensure non-U.S. citizens are not registered to vote.
Analysis:
951. HB 951
Not Rated
Income tax; authorize tax credit for cost of qualified clean-burning motor vehicle fuel property.
Analysis:
952. HB 952
Not Rated
Sales tax; phase out on sales of certain food.
Analysis:
953. HB 953
Not Rated
Statewide testing program; require tests to be translated and printed into primary spoken language of ELL students.
Analysis:
954. HB 954
Not Rated
Online voter registration; authorize for first-time registrants.
Analysis:
955. HB 955
Not Rated
Absentee voting; establish electronic application procedure for college students.
Analysis:
956. HB 956
Not Rated
Review Board for Officer-Involved Deaths; create.
Analysis:
957. HB 957
Not Rated
Officer-involved deaths; require investigation by Mississippi Bureau of Investigations.
Analysis:
958. HB 958
Not Rated
Bail procedures; revise.
Analysis:
959. HB 959
Not Rated
Voting rights; restore upon satisfaction of all sentencing requirements of a conviction including parole but not probation.
Analysis:
960. HB 960
Not Rated
Left lane; prohibit use of hand-held mobile telephones while driving in.
Analysis:
961. HB 961
Not Rated
Personal delivery devices; provide for the regulation of the use of in pedestrian areas.
Analysis:
962. HB 962
Not Rated
Municipalities; prohibit from receiving certain funds if police department is defunded.
Analysis:
963. HB 963
Not Rated
Intentional injury to pregnant women; revise penalties.
Analysis:
964. HB 964
Not Rated
Anatomical gifts; prohibit discrimination against recipient based on disability.
Analysis:
965. HB 965
Not Rated
Voter identification; clarify that only MS driver's license shall be acceptable license.
Analysis:
966. HB 966
Not Rated
Medicaid; bring forward certain sections of the law.
Analysis:
967. HB 967
Not Rated
Medicaid; bring forward section authorizing Governor to discontinue or limit optional category of recipients.
Analysis:
968. HB 968
Not Rated
Medicaid; bring forward Section authorizing Division to apply for federal waivers.
Analysis:
969. HB 969
Not Rated
Early voting; authorize at the office of the registrar and additional early voting polling places.
Analysis:
970. HB 970
Not Rated
Municipally-owned electric utility, certain; possesses same powers as rural EPA and may enter certain interlocal agreements.
Analysis:
971. HB 971
Neutral
Driver's license; increase time period to renew expired license without examination.
Analysis: Expands the time period to 60 months that a person can renew their driver license after expiration before being reexamined. The conference report adds language to ban anyone convicted of human trafficking from receiving a commercial driver license.
972. HB 972
Not Rated
Bottom land leasing for oyster production; create a pilot program for.
Analysis:
973. HB 973
Not Rated
Mineral rights; revert to surface owner after certain period of time.
Analysis:
974. HB 974
Neutral
Airport authorities; authorize to provide dependent health insurance coverage as employment benefit.
Analysis:
975. HB 975
Not Rated
Eminent domain; prohibit property from being transferred after acquisition.
Analysis:
976. HB 976
Not Rated
Sellers of alternative nicotine products and package retailers; require to have a third-party age verification service.
Analysis:
977. HB 977
Not Rated
Scrap metal; increase penalties and expand definition.
Analysis:
978. HB 978
Not Rated
Eminent domain; property acquired by prohibited from being transferred for ten years, with certain exceptions.
Analysis:
979. HB 979
Not Rated
Foresters; liable for cost of timber for failure to provide scale tickets to landowners if logger fails to remit payment to forester for timber.
Analysis:
980. HB 980
Not Rated
Controlled substances; provide automatic defense to prosecution for charge that is brought within two years of a federal declassification of.
Analysis:
981. HB 981
Not Rated
Habitual offenders; create procedure to have judgment or sentence reduced, vacated or set aside.
Analysis:
982. HB 982
Not Rated
Exceptional children; require school districts to develop policy for the discipline of.
Analysis:
983. HB 983
Not Rated
Scholastic year; increase number of days for schools with an accountability rating of 'D' or 'F.'
Analysis:
984. HB 984
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist the Jackson Municipal Airport Authority with purchasing fire service equipment.
Analysis:
985. HB 985
Not Rated
Early voting; require Secretary of State to authorize for overseas military.
Analysis:
986. HB 986
Not Rated
Disabled person's vehicle tag; remove requirement for physician's certification for annual renewal.
Analysis:
987. HB 987
Not Rated
License plates for disabled individuals; revise various provisions relating to.
Analysis:
988. HB 988
Not Rated
Seventh Circuit Court District; authorize additional judges.
Analysis:
989. HB 989
Not Rated
Immigrants; prohibit Mississippi agencies from assisting federal agencies transporting into Mississippi.
Analysis:
990. HB 990
Not Rated
Memorial highway and bridge; designate in Warren County for Margaret Gilmer.
Analysis:
991. HB 991
Not Rated
Foster care; require CPS to train children how to report human trafficking before being placed in.
Analysis:
992. HB 992
Not Rated
U.S. Highway 49/49E; designate segment from Hinds County to Coahoma County as an historic memorial blues highway.
Analysis:
993. HB 993
Not Rated
Marriage; authorize military judges to solemnize.
Analysis:
994. HB 994
Not Rated
Financial credit counseling; require curriculum to be taught as an elective class that is required for graduation.
Analysis:
995. HB 995
Not Rated
Appropriation; City of Port Gibson for improvements to the city water and sewer system.
Analysis:
996. HB 996
Not Rated
Appropriation; Scenic Rivers Development Alliance for water, sewer, tourism and economic development projects.
Analysis:
997. HB 997
Not Rated
Online betting, gaming and wagering; legalize under certain conditions.
Analysis:
998. HB 998
Bad Policy
Medicaid; extend coverage for eligible women for 12 months postpartum.
Analysis:
999. HB 999
Not Rated
Appropriation; Town of Edwards for renovating building into Wellness Center.
Analysis:
1000. HB 1000
Bad Policy
Medicaid; expand eligibility for certain persons to receive services through provider sponsored health plan.
Analysis:
1001. HB 1001
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverage, beer, light spirit product and light wine; allow any municipality to hold election to permit or prohibit.
Analysis:
1002. HB 1002
Not Rated
Memorial Highway; designate segment in Copiah County as the 'Carroll V. Hood Memorial Highway'.
Analysis:
1003. HB 1003
Not Rated
Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks; prohibit from reducing white-tailed deer populations as a result of testing positive for COVID-19.
Analysis:
1004. HB 1004
Not Rated
Counties; permit operation of golf carts and low-speed vehicles on certain public roads.
Analysis:
1005. HB 1005
Bad Policy
Nursing and Respiratory Therapy Education Incentive Program; create.
Analysis:
1006. HB 1006
Bad Policy
ARPA Workforce Development and Retention Act; create.
Analysis:
1007. HB 1007
Not Rated
Mississippi Medical Cannabis Compassion Act; create.
Analysis:
1008. HB 1008
Not Rated
Highways; revise Mississippi Highway 615 in Harrison County.
Analysis:
1009. HB 1009
Not Rated
Medical marijuana; authorize use of and provide for regulation by State Department of Health.
Analysis:
1010. HB 1010
Not Rated
Firearms in possession of a felon; revise regulations for.
Analysis:
1011. HB 1011
Not Rated
Department of Mental Health and community health centers; expand outpatient services for certain formerly incarcerated state inmates.
Analysis:
1012. HB 1012
Not Rated
Compassion Mississippi Act; create to allow use of medical cannabis by patients with debilitating medical conditions.
Analysis:
1013. HB 1013
Not Rated
Mississippi Forestry Commission; authorize to electronically accept bids for timber sales.
Analysis:
1014. HB 1014
Not Rated
PERS; allow retirees to be employed as teachers and work full-time and receive full salary for two years.
Analysis:
1015. HB 1015
Not Rated
'Property Clean-up Revolving Fund'; establish.
Analysis:
1016. HB 1016
Not Rated
Shoplifting; revise penalties for crime of.
Analysis:
1017. HB 1017
Not Rated
Justice court clerk; authorize two or more counties to enter into an agreement for the appointment of a.
Analysis:
1018. HB 1018
Not Rated
Birth parents; release identifying information upon agreement by.
Analysis:
1019. HB 1019
Not Rated
Mississippi Work and Save Program; establish.
Analysis:
1020. HB 1020
Not Rated
Private prisons that house state offenders; provide moratorium on the expansion of.
Analysis:
1021. HB 1021
Not Rated
Bail; revise procedures to determine for indigent defendants.
Analysis:
1022. HB 1022
Not Rated
PERS; certain law enforcement officers and firefighters shall receive one year of creditable service for every five years of service.
Analysis:
1023. HB 1023
Not Rated
PERS; law enforcement officers and firefighters will vest after 4 years of membership regardless of the date they became members.
Analysis:
1024. HB 1024
Not Rated
PERS; all members of will vest after 4 years of membership regardless of the date they became members.
Analysis:
1025. HB 1025
Not Rated
Mississippi Transportation Commission; apply certain factors for distribution of transportation funds.
Analysis:
1026. HB 1026
Not Rated
'The Juvenile Offender Parole and Rehabilitation Act'; enact.
Analysis:
1027. HB 1027
Not Rated
Juvenile offenders; authorize alternative sentencing and parole options for.
Analysis:
1028. HB 1028
Not Rated
Public Service Commission; remove from the provisions of the Mississippi Budget Transparency and Simplification Act.
Analysis:
1029. HB 1029
Bad Policy
Mississippi Broadband Accessibility Act; create.
Analysis:
1030. HB 1030
Not Rated
Mississippi Broadband Expansion Act; create.
Analysis:
1031. HB 1031
Bad Policy
Capital City Water/Sewer Projects Fund; create and require DFA to develop plan for improvements projects.
Analysis:
1032. HB 1032
Not Rated
Nurse practitioners; authorize to dispense legend drugs or medication to their patients.
Analysis:
1033. HB 1033
Not Rated
First Responders Health and Safety Act; revise to provide that the cancer benefits will be paid by the state and not insurance policies.
Analysis:
1034. HB 1034
Not Rated
Health Care Facility Right to Visit Act; create.
Analysis:
1035. HB 1035
Bad Policy
Velvet hunting season; authorize Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks to establish.
Analysis: More power given to unelected bureaucrats. (6) The commission shall establish and regulate special hunts during velvet hunting season, outside of the regular open season on deer, as provided in Section 1 of this act.
1036. HB 1036
Not Rated
Community colleges; authorize to assess student fees to offset cost of fire protection services by local governing authorities.
Analysis:
1037. HB 1037
Not Rated
Women's Economic Security Act of 2022; create.
Analysis:
1038. HB 1038
Not Rated
Stillborn children; require death certificate for and require notice to parents that they may obtain birth certificate for.
Analysis:
1039. HB 1039
Not Rated
Lottery Proceeds Fund; provide that 10% shall be used by MDE for school improvements.
Analysis:
1040. HB 1040
Not Rated
Hurricane deductible; bring forward code sections regarding.
Analysis:
1041. HB 1041
Not Rated
Lottery Proceeds Fund; provide that 10% shall be used by MDE for the purposes of funding teacher pay raises.
Analysis:
1042. HB 1042
Not Rated
Mental health courts; clarify chancery court participation for certification of.
Analysis:
1043. HB 1043
Not Rated
Domestic violence; prohibit those convicted of from carrying weapons.
Analysis:
1044. HB 1044
Not Rated
Healthy and Safe Families and Workplaces Act; create.
Analysis:
1045. HB 1045
Not Rated
Funeral directing; issue license for to persons who meet certain criteria and apply within a certain 30 day period.
Analysis:
1046. HB 1046
Not Rated
Mississippi Pregnant Workers Fairness Act; create.
Analysis:
1047. HB 1047
Not Rated
State agency and governing authority contracts; require 30% of to be set aside for certain businesses.
Analysis:
1048. HB 1048
Not Rated
Compulsory school age; revise definition to include children who attain the age of five years before September 1.
Analysis:
1049. HB 1049
Not Rated
Automatic voter registration; authorize for those who apply for the issuance, renewal or change of address of driver's license.
Analysis:
1050. HB 1050
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; revise notification period given to local law enforcement when offender is to be released.
Analysis:
1051. HB 1051
Not Rated
Parole Board; revise notifications time frame given to victim when the offender is to be released by.
Analysis:
1052. HB 1052
Neutral
MS Department of Corrections; provide for Deputy Commissioner for Workforce Development.
Analysis:
1053. HB 1053
Not Rated
Tax sales; require conveyances of land to be subject to recorded easements.
Analysis:
1054. HB 1054
Not Rated
Radar; authorize county supervisors to authorize county sheriff and deputies to use on state aid roads.
Analysis:
1055. HB 1055
Not Rated
Regulatory Sandbox Agricultural Innovation Pilot Program; establish.
Analysis:
1056. HB 1056
Not Rated
Professional Counseling Compact; create.
Analysis:
1057. HB 1057
Not Rated
Department of Marine Resources; revise acreage of bottom authorized to be leased by.
Analysis:
1058. HB 1058
Not Rated
Department of Marine Resources; authorize to use any state institution of higher learning as a resource.
Analysis:
1059. HB 1059
Not Rated
Teacher licensure and certification; revise qualifications for receipt of and entry into educator preparation programs.
Analysis:
1060. HB 1060
Not Rated
Youth court; authorize release of juveniles' names and addresses to certain school administrators when juveniles are charged with certain offenses.
Analysis:
1061. HB 1061
Not Rated
Residential Landlord Tenant Act; revise evictions procedures of the.
Analysis:
1062. HB 1062
Not Rated
Mississippi Transportation Commission; authorize to terminate easement on certain real property in Corinth, MS.
Analysis:
1063. HB 1063
Not Rated
MS Scrap Metal Act; revise and recodify existing scrap metal laws as.
Analysis:
1064. HB 1064
Not Rated
Mississippi Outdoor Stewardship Trust Fund; create.
Analysis:
1065. HB 1065
Bad Policy
Nuisance animals; prohibit the transportation, importation and release of wild hogs.
Analysis: More regulations/Fees Wild hogs may be caught or trapped and transported within the State of Mississippi, with a permit, issued by the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks
1066. HB 1066
Not Rated
Child support for a disabled child; authorize to continue past the age of majority.
Analysis:
1067. HB 1067
Not Rated
Child support; provide for imputation guidelines.
Analysis:
1068. HB 1068
Neutral
Mississippi Intercollegiate Athletics Compensation Rights Act; bring forward.
Analysis:
1069. HB 1069
Not Rated
Liens for delinquent county garbage fees; require chancery to keep certain record of.
Analysis:
1070. HB 1070
Not Rated
MS Real Estate Commission; require to establish a program allowing administrative hearings on certain licensing matters.
Analysis:
1071. HB 1071
Not Rated
Motor fuel taxes; bring forward certain sections.
Analysis:
1072. HB 1072
Not Rated
Driver's license suspension; delete exemption from for participating in court-ordered drug-testing program after breath test refusal.
Analysis:
1073. HB 1073
Not Rated
Bridges and culverts; revise laws regarding.
Analysis:
1074. HB 1074
Not Rated
Intrastate CDL; bring forward sections regarding.
Analysis:
1075. HB 1075
Not Rated
Transportation network companies; bring forward sections regulating.
Analysis:
1076. HB 1076
Not Rated
Derelict vessels; provide certain requirements for the removal of.
Analysis:
1077. HB 1077
Not Rated
Molluscan shellfish aquaculture operations; revise licensing of vessels used for.
Analysis:
1078. HB 1078
Not Rated
In-service training; require school districts to annually provide to teachers and assistants on human trafficking and exploitation.
Analysis:
1079. HB 1079
Not Rated
The Sexual Assault Survivors' DNA Bill of Rights; create.
Analysis:
1080. HB 1080
Not Rated
Rape trials; revise evidentiary procedures for spousal rape.
Analysis:
1081. HB 1081
Not Rated
Child support; authorize DHS and Gaming Commission to collect from gaming winnings.
Analysis:
1082. HB 1082
Not Rated
Child support arrearages; authorize DHS and State Treasurer to obtain from unclaimed property.
Analysis:
1083. HB 1083
Not Rated
Child Support; require insurers to provide MDHS certain information for noncustodial, delinquent parents.
Analysis:
1084. HB 1084
Not Rated
Physical education curriculum; require full implementation in all K-12 schools.
Analysis:
1085. HB 1085
Not Rated
Vocational and home economics; require curriculum for all middle, high and alternative school students.
Analysis:
1086. HB 1086
Not Rated
African-American Studies and Racial Diversity; require SDE to develop curriculum for implementation in public high school.
Analysis:
1087. HB 1087
Not Rated
Community and junior colleges; expand workforce development partnerships.
Analysis:
1088. HB 1088
Not Rated
Civics; require State Board of Education to develop curriculum for public middle and high school students.
Analysis:
1089. HB 1089
Not Rated
Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks and chronic wasting disease control; bring forward provisions of law relating to.
Analysis:
1090. HB 1090
Not Rated
Foster and adopted children; provide tuition waiver for attendance at public postsecondary institutions.
Analysis:
1091. HB 1091
Not Rated
Pharmacies; authorize to perform centralized prescription filling for other pharmacies if certain conditions are met.
Analysis:
1092. HB 1092
Not Rated
Tort of Alienation of Affection; abolish.
Analysis:
1093. HB 1093
Not Rated
PEER Committee; require to review effectiveness of the Mississippi Development Authority Tourism Advertising Fund.
Analysis:
1094. HB 1094
Not Rated
Law enforcement; allow interoperability between MSHP and counties and municipalities.
Analysis:
1095. HB 1095
Not Rated
Implied consent; revise suspension period during appeals for refusal to submit to chemical test.
Analysis:
1096. HB 1096
Not Rated
Cigarettes; increase excise tax on.
Analysis:
1097. HB 1097
Not Rated
Counties and municipalities; authorize to lease facilities that are to be utilized as fire stations.
Analysis:
1098. HB 1098
Not Rated
Fire protection districts; prohibit charging of fees when board of supervisors has levied special tax for.
Analysis:
1099. HB 1099
Not Rated
Incarcerated offenders; prohibit from petitioning to change name and/or gender.
Analysis:
1100. HB 1100
Not Rated
Nonemergency medical transportation providers; require to meet certain standards and have a permit from the Department of Health.
Analysis:
1101. HB 1101
Neutral
Trip optimizer system; provide moratorium on the application of to state agencies.
Analysis:
1102. HB 1102
Not Rated
Nationally certified licensed school employees; delete caps on nurses and speech pathologists and add athletic trainers.
Analysis:
1103. HB 1103
Not Rated
Mississippi Public Records Act; revise penalties for person or public body who violates the provisions of.
Analysis:
1104. HB 1104
Not Rated
Mississippi Law Enforcement Interaction Course Act; enact for implementation in public school curriculum.
Analysis:
1105. HB 1105
Not Rated
Notaries; revise residency requirements of.
Analysis:
1106. HB 1106
Not Rated
Freedom of Roadway Act; increase penalties for the obstruction of public passage ways.
Analysis:
1107. HB 1107
Not Rated
Podiatrists; authorize certification for advanced practice for conservative or surgical treatment of the ankle.
Analysis:
1108. HB 1108
Neutral
Taxation; authorize income tax credit for certain railroad expenditures, allow ad valorem tax exemption for certain property.
Analysis: Neutral
1109. HB 1109
Not Rated
Attorney General's Office; authorize Personnel Board to exempt certain attorneys employed by from salary ceiling for public employees.
Analysis:
1110. HB 1110
Not Rated
Freestanding emergency room; revise definition to include rural emergency hospital and specify other criteria.
Analysis:
1111. HB 1111
Not Rated
Crime Victims' Compensation Fund; revise guidelines for payment from.
Analysis:
1112. HB 1112
Not Rated
'Back to Work Mississippi Act'; create.
Analysis:
1113. HB 1113
Not Rated
Memorial intersection; designate intersection in Clarke County as the 'PFC Damian Laquasha Heidelberg Memorial Intersection.'
Analysis:
1114. HB 1114
Not Rated
The Second Amendment Preservation Act; create to provide that the Legislature preempts local firearms ordinances.
Analysis:
1115. HB 1115
Not Rated
Voter registration and suffrage restoration; authorize with 5 years.
Analysis:
1116. HB 1116
Not Rated
Voter registration; authorize upon completion of sentence.
Analysis:
1117. HB 1117
Not Rated
Recreational landowners; add cycling to the list of activities exempt from liability.
Analysis:
1118. HB 1118
Not Rated
Public body; to add 'subcommittee' to the definition of.
Analysis:
1119. HB 1119
Not Rated
IHL presidents, chancellors and provosts; limit salary increase until certain condition related to in-state tuition and fees are met.
Analysis:
1120. HB 1120
Not Rated
Bulletproof Vests Revolving Fund; create.
Analysis:
1121. HB 1121
Not Rated
PERS; retired schoolteachers may be employed as teachers in public school districts and receive retirement allowance and salary.
Analysis:
1122. HB 1122
Not Rated
Nonadmitted policy fee; divert forty percent of for rural fire truck and supplemental fund and extend repealer on section.
Analysis:
1123. HB 1123
Not Rated
Catalytic converters; revise penalties for possession and transport without proper registration.
Analysis:
1124. HB 1124
Not Rated
'The Juvenile Offender Parole and Rehabilitation Act'; enact.
Analysis:
1125. HB 1125
Not Rated
Transportation; require MTC/MDOT to utilize all infrastructure bill funds.
Analysis:
1126. HB 1126
Not Rated
Election; provide that all costs of shall be paid with public funds.
Analysis:
1127. HB 1127
Not Rated
Open account; define and prohibit certain provisions of law from applying to retail sales installment contracts.
Analysis:
1128. HB 1128
Not Rated
Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Center lease contract; remove requirement that the leasing nonprofit organization shall be responsible for utility payments.
Analysis:
1129. HB 1129
Not Rated
Child exploitation materials; clarify how penalized.
Analysis:
1130. HB 1130
Not Rated
Department of Marine Resources; revise license issued for seafood dealers and seafood processors.
Analysis:
1131. HB 1131
Not Rated
Secretary of State; authorize to enter into agreements with online providers to conduct online auctions of state-forfeited tax land.
Analysis:
1132. HB 1132
Not Rated
Private food service; authorize Department of Finance and Administration to solicit proposals for certain state properties.
Analysis:
1133. HB 1133
Not Rated
Staging of a motor vehicle collision; make a felony and racketeering activity.
Analysis:
1134. HB 1134
Not Rated
Radar; authorize sheriff and deputies to use on county roads to enforce speed limits.
Analysis:
1135. HB 1135
Not Rated
Advanced plastic recycling; define terms relating to.
Analysis:
1136. HB 1136
Not Rated
Evelyn Gandy Fair Pay Act; create.
Analysis:
1137. HB 1137
Not Rated
Regional mental health commissions; increase number of commissioners appointed by board of supervisors for certain counties.
Analysis:
1138. HB 1138
Not Rated
Reverse-Location Court Order; regulate and prohibit under certain circumstances.
Analysis:
1139. HB 1139
Not Rated
Warrant applications or signature; authorize for violations of implied consent laws.
Analysis:
1140. HB 1140
Not Rated
Land sold for taxes; require chancery clerk to immediately execute deed of conveyance to purchaser.
Analysis:
1141. HB 1141
Not Rated
Administrative fees, fines, court costs imposed on children involved in Youth Court matters; remove.
Analysis:
1142. HB 1142
Not Rated
3rd Grade Reading Assessment; waive requirement for Level 3 score for promotion to Grade 4 during the 2021-2022 school year.
Analysis:
1143. HB 1143
Not Rated
Peace officers; prohibit maximal, prone technique including hogtying.
Analysis:
1144. HB 1144
Not Rated
Floatation devices; require all individuals to wear while certain vessels are underway.
Analysis:
1145. HB 1145
Not Rated
Long-term care facilities; require residents of certain to obtain a preneed contract within 6 months after admission.
Analysis:
1146. HB 1146
Not Rated
Rural Physician Scholarship Program; bring forward sections for purpose of amendment.
Analysis:
1147. HB 1147
Not Rated
Child abuse; revise definition to include gender reassignment.
Analysis:
1148. HB 1148
Not Rated
Reckless endangerment; create the crime of.
Analysis:
1149. HB 1149
Not Rated
Anonymous reporting of child abuse; remove and add penalties for false reporting of child abuse.
Analysis:
1150. HB 1150
Not Rated
Crimes; require specification of degree of mental culpability required for commission of.
Analysis:
1151. HB 1151
Not Rated
Legislative Oversight Act; create to regulate the authority of public officials to defend legal actions.
Analysis:
1152. HB 1152
Not Rated
Virtual currency; define and provide certain trade/commerce exemptions for.
Analysis:
1153. HB 1153
Not Rated
Digital assets; authorize security interests in.
Analysis:
1154. HB 1154
Not Rated
Securities laws; provide certain exemptions regarding blockchain tokens.
Analysis:
1155. HB 1155
Not Rated
Collegiate voters; require each public and private four-year postsecondary institution to have an on-campus voting precinct.
Analysis:
1156. HB 1156
Not Rated
Minimum wage; establish at $9.00 and set requirements for exemptions and overtime.
Analysis:
1157. HB 1157
Not Rated
Evelyn Gandy Fair Pay Act; create to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex.
Analysis:
1158. HB 1158
Not Rated
2022 Women's Economic Security Act; create.
Analysis:
1159. HB 1159
Not Rated
Sixteenth section lands; authorize local school boards to enter into public or private contracts for sale of forestry products grown on.
Analysis:
1160. HB 1160
Not Rated
Public Procurement Review Board; revise the qualifications of members on.
Analysis:
1161. HB 1161
Not Rated
Motor vehicle; revise requirements for scrapping, dismantling or destroying when owner does not have title in his or her name.
Analysis:
1162. HB 1162
Neutral
Income tax; extend repealer on tax credit for certain charges for using certain port and airport facilities.
Analysis:
1163. HB 1163
Bad Policy
Sales tax; revise definition of 'installation charges' to exclude labor services in connection with residential roofing.
Analysis:
1164. HB 1164
Bad Policy
Mississippi Development Authority; revise authority regarding implementation of federal State Small Business Credit Initiative Act of 2010.
Analysis:
1165. HB 1165
Not Rated
Mobile sports wagering; authorize.
Analysis:
1166. HB 1166
Not Rated
Teacher licensure; revise provisions relating to educator preparation programs and standards for nontraditional teaching route through TMI.
Analysis:
1167. HB 1167
Not Rated
Mississippi Child Protection Services Social Work Loan Repayment Program; create.
Analysis:
1168. HB 1168
Not Rated
Gifted education; require school districts to provide for students in Grades 7 and 8.
Analysis:
1169. HB 1169
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property or services to the Mississippi Aquarium.
Analysis:
1170. HB 1170
Not Rated
Dyslexia Therapy Scholarship for Students with Dyslexia Program; expand to allow certified academic language therapists (CALT); to provide dyslexia therapy services.
Analysis:
1171. HB 1171
Not Rated
Marriage; remove prohibition for same-sex.
Analysis:
1172. HB 1172
Not Rated
Adoption; remove prohibition against same gender.
Analysis:
1173. HB 1173
Not Rated
Public purchasing law; revise to provide that reverse auction shall be used by certain schools and districts.
Analysis:
1174. HB 1174
Not Rated
Legislative vacancy; revise procedure to fill.
Analysis:
1175. HB 1175
Not Rated
'Grow Your Own Teacher Education Act'; establish pilot program to promote and prepare teachers for the profession.
Analysis:
1176. HB 1176
Not Rated
MAEP; determine cost of using Average Daily Membership (ADM) in lieu of ADA with 90% threshold attendance trigger.
Analysis:
1177. HB 1177
Bad Policy
Adjutant General; authorize to convey real property in the best interest of the Mississippi Military Department.
Analysis: The conference report removed the oversight language that was put in through amendment when the original bill was held on a motion.
1178. HB 1178
Not Rated
Commercial Financing Disclosure Law; create.
Analysis:
1179. HB 1179
Not Rated
Civil Air Patrol members; authorize granting of leave of absence to for certain emergency services.
Analysis:
1180. HB 1180
Not Rated
Mississippi National Guard; revise conditions under which members will be placed on retired list.
Analysis:
1181. HB 1181
Not Rated
MAEP; determine cost of using average daily membership (ADM) in lieu of average daily attendance (ADA).
Analysis:
1182. HB 1182
Not Rated
School buses; require those purchased after a certain date to be equipped with three-point seat belts.
Analysis:
1183. HB 1183
Not Rated
Lottery proceeds; revise distribution of.
Analysis:
1184. HB 1184
Not Rated
License tags, trailers; bring forward code sections regarding.
Analysis:
1185. HB 1185
Bad Policy
State and Interstate highways; authorize Mississippi Transportation Commission and counties to contract for counties to maintain.
Analysis: The conference report removes the requirement for the property to be sold at fair market value or subject to appraisal.
1186. HB 1186
Not Rated
Uninsured motorist coverage law; revise to prohibit insurance policy from paying certain losses if another insurance policy must pay for such.
Analysis:
1187. HB 1187
Neutral
Mississippi Insurance E-Commerce Model Act; enact.
Analysis:
1188. HB 1188
Not Rated
Cosmetology Board; reconstitute membership of and require to appoint an executive director.
Analysis:
1189. HB 1189
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property or service to 5th Squad.
Analysis:
1190. HB 1190
Not Rated
Public Procurement Review Board; revise exemption of contracts for legal services.
Analysis:
1191. HB 1191
Not Rated
State Institutions of Higher Learning; require to develop mechanism to compile data sources on institutional capital outlay projects.
Analysis:
1192. HB 1192
Not Rated
Charter Schools; revise certain provisions related to the authorizer board, appropriation of funds and student funding formula.
Analysis:
1193. HB 1193
Not Rated
State employees; set out conditions for engaging in telework.
Analysis:
1194. HB 1194
Not Rated
'MS Charter School Act of 2013'; revise to include public universities and community and junior colleges as charter school authorizers.
Analysis:
1195. HB 1195
Not Rated
Regulatory sandbox programs; enact.
Analysis:
1196. HB 1196
Not Rated
Barbers, nurses and social workers; revise certain qualifications for the purpose of licensing of.
Analysis:
1197. HB 1197
Not Rated
Assistant District Attorneys; revise number per district.
Analysis:
1198. HB 1198
Not Rated
'Uniform Athlete Agents Act'; revise to align agency requirement with provisions of the 'MS Intercollegiate Athletics Compensation Rights Act.'
Analysis:
1199. HB 1199
Not Rated
Early voting; authorize.
Analysis:
1200. HB 1200
Not Rated
Sale of property; require notice to any junior mortgagor for.
Analysis:
1201. HB 1201
Not Rated
Headlights; require to be operated whenever windshield wipers necessitated.
Analysis:
1202. HB 1202
Not Rated
Municipal Veterans Treatment Court; authorize in municipalities that have a municipal drug court.
Analysis:
1203. HB 1203
Not Rated
Racial Profiling Prevention Act; create.
Analysis:
1204. HB 1204
Not Rated
Appropriation; State Department of Education to provide funding assistance to school districts for certain reimbursement costs.
Analysis:
1205. HB 1205
Not Rated
Appropriation; Rural Fire Truck Fund for additional round of trucks under Acquisition Assistance Program.
Analysis:
1206. HB 1206
Not Rated
Firefighters; allow counties and municipalities to pay expenses or provide policies for medical and hospital care.
Analysis:
1207. HB 1207
Not Rated
Penalties for electronic crimes by minors; clarify.
Analysis:
1208. HB 1208
Not Rated
Board on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Training; require K-9 teams to be certified.
Analysis:
1209. HB 1209
Not Rated
Prohibiting Financial Surveillance Act; create.
Analysis:
1210. HB 1210
Not Rated
CDL; prohibit for any person convicted under Mississippi Human Trafficking Act.
Analysis:
1211. HB 1211
Not Rated
National board certified licensed employees; clarify payment of annual salary supplement to certain.
Analysis:
1212. HB 1212
Not Rated
Income tax; exempt all compensation of persons retired from military.
Analysis:
1213. HB 1213
Not Rated
School ad valorem tax levy; authorize levying authority for certain districts to approve/disapprove request for certain increases.
Analysis:
1214. HB 1214
Not Rated
Carbon dioxide geologic sequestration; revise laws regarding.
Analysis:
1215. HB 1215
Not Rated
Anesthesiologist Assistants; provide for licensure and regulations by Board of Medical Licensure.
Analysis:
1216. HB 1216
Not Rated
South Mississippi Regional Health Care Authority Act; create.
Analysis:
1217. HB 1217
Not Rated
Teacher education program and licensure requirements; remove the option for a 21 ACT score (or SAT equivalent) for eligibility.
Analysis:
1218. HB 1218
Not Rated
State historical markers; person who willfully damages shall be guilty of a felony.
Analysis:
1219. HB 1219
Not Rated
State Fire Academy and State Fire Marshal's Office; return to special fund agency.
Analysis:
1220. HB 1220
Not Rated
Bona fide proof of ownership; provide that certain transactions shall include.
Analysis:
1221. HB 1221
Not Rated
State Board of Cosmetology and Barbering; create to license and regulate those two occupations.
Analysis:
1222. HB 1222
Good Policy
Line-Item Appropriation Transparency Act; make certain technical amendments to.
Analysis:
1223. HB 1223
Not Rated
Internal audit office; require universities and certain state agencies to establish.
Analysis:
1224. HB 1224
Not Rated
Home inspectors; authorize to perform home inspections on new construction without having residential home builders license.
Analysis:
1225. HB 1225
Not Rated
Election crimes; revise the penalties for certain.
Analysis:
1226. HB 1226
Not Rated
Grandparent visitation; revise to include great-grandparents.
Analysis:
1227. HB 1227
Not Rated
Supplemental Legislative Retirement Plan; new legislators not members and current members do not earn additional credit.
Analysis:
1228. HB 1228
Not Rated
DUI; revise license suspension for test refusal if licensee pleads guilty.
Analysis:
1229. HB 1229
Not Rated
MS School for Math and Science; increase licensed employees' salaries by amount corresponding to increases to amount and years in teacher salary scale.
Analysis:
1230. HB 1230
Not Rated
Rape; clarify the elements of the crime of.
Analysis:
1231. HB 1231
Not Rated
Funeral homes; revise various provisions relating to disposition of bodies, crematories and preneed contracts.
Analysis:
1232. HB 1232
Not Rated
Catalytic converters; revise penalties for possession and transport without proper registration.
Analysis:
1233. HB 1233
Not Rated
Officers who may administer oaths; add chiefs of police and sheriffs.
Analysis:
1234. HB 1234
Not Rated
DUI; revise violations of.
Analysis:
1235. HB 1235
Not Rated
Municipal general election ballots; provide that only the names of those opposed candidates shall be printed upon.
Analysis:
1236. HB 1236
Not Rated
Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize issuance to supporters of the Seabee Historical Foundation.
Analysis:
1237. HB 1237
Not Rated
Secretary of State; require to provide election officials training on disenfranchising crimes.
Analysis:
1238. HB 1238
Not Rated
Justice court; clarify court of record requirements.
Analysis:
1239. HB 1239
Not Rated
School security guard/resource officer; must have required peace officer training to exercise peace officer powers.
Analysis:
1240. HB 1240
Neutral
MCOPS programs; authorize training for to provide at any approved training academy in the state.
Analysis:
1241. HB 1241
Not Rated
Court reporters; require to provide a transcript.
Analysis:
1242. HB 1242
Not Rated
Elected officials; prohibit state and state district from changing political party affiliation during term of office.
Analysis:
1243. HB 1243
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with renovating the Russell C. Davis Planetarium.
Analysis:
1244. HB 1244
Not Rated
'Child Safety Alarm Act'; enact to implement safeguards for children left unattended in vehicles.
Analysis:
1245. HB 1245
Not Rated
Task Force to Study and Report on the Funding and Implementation of Universal Pre-Kindergarten Programs; create.
Analysis:
1246. HB 1246
Not Rated
'Early Learning Collaborative Act of 2013'; revise funding for.
Analysis:
1247. HB 1247
Neutral
Institutions of Higher Learning; authorize to negotiate long-term lease of property administered by State Port Authority.
Analysis:
1248. HB 1248
Not Rated
Income tax; allow tax credit for investments in qualified clean-burning motor vehicle fuel property.
Analysis:
1249. HB 1249
Bad Policy
City of Natchez/Adams County; authorize contributions to Natchez, Inc.
Analysis:
1250. HB 1250
Not Rated
Campground owners; regulate guest/owner agreements.
Analysis:
1251. HB 1251
Not Rated
'Student-Centered Education Act'; enact to establish procedures to assess and mediate effects of traumatic events in schools.
Analysis:
1252. HB 1252
Not Rated
State Treasurer; authorize State Treasury employees to be compensated at the same tier or plan rate approved by the State Personnel Board for DFA and DOR.
Analysis:
1253. HB 1253
Not Rated
Retirement; persons convicted of certain felonies shall forfeit benefits from PERS, SLRP and MHSPRS.
Analysis:
1254. HB 1254
Not Rated
Psychologists; exemption from Universal Recognition of Occupational Licenses Act.
Analysis:
1255. HB 1255
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds for improvements to Jackson Zoo.
Analysis:
1256. HB 1256
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of building for School of Public Health at Jackson State University.
Analysis:
1257. HB 1257
Not Rated
Voter rolls; prohibit purging names from Statewide Elections Management System 120 days or less before the date of any election.
Analysis:
1258. HB 1258
Not Rated
State podiatric forgivable loan program; create.
Analysis:
1259. HB 1259
Not Rated
Tax Returns Uniformly Made Public Act; create.
Analysis:
1260. HB 1260
Not Rated
Boards of Education; require those in districts having a mayor-council form of government to be elected.
Analysis:
1261. HB 1261
Not Rated
Hospitals; require to examine persons at ER with sickle cell disease symptoms within four hours after admission.
Analysis:
1262. HB 1262
Not Rated
Skill terminal devices; authorize operation of in licensed truck stop facilities.
Analysis:
1263. HB 1263
Not Rated
Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote; create.
Analysis:
1264. HB 1264
Not Rated
Jackson Metropolitan Area Airport Authority; repeal.
Analysis:
1265. HB 1265
Not Rated
Appropriation; City of Jackson for constructing detention center for misdemeanor offenders.
Analysis:
1266. HB 1266
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with construction of a park.
Analysis:
1267. HB 1267
Not Rated
Elected statewide and certain district officials; increase salaries of.
Analysis:
1268. HB 1268
Not Rated
The Crown Act; create to prohibit discrimination based on hairstyles in workplace and schools.
Analysis:
1269. HB 1269
Not Rated
Fuel tax; authorize certain municipalities to impose after an election to be used for road and bridge repair and maintenance.
Analysis:
1270. HB 1270
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of a Department of Mental Health group housing facility in Madison.
Analysis:
1271. HB 1271
Not Rated
Voting rights; restore to all felons upon satisfying all of the sentencing requirements of the conviction.
Analysis:
1272. HB 1272
Not Rated
Abortion; repeal statutes prohibiting after 15 weeks' gestation and after detection of fetal heartbeat.
Analysis:
1273. HB 1273
Not Rated
Life insurance; authorize funeral services provider to obtain certain information regarding a deceased's.
Analysis:
1274. HB 1274
Not Rated
Arbitration clause; considered nonbinding in certain contracts.
Analysis:
1275. HB 1275
Not Rated
Capitol Complex Improvement District; require 10% of funds to compensate City of Jackson for police and fire.
Analysis:
1276. HB 1276
Not Rated
Contracts; require to be written in large print.
Analysis:
1277. HB 1277
Not Rated
Marriage license; require previously married applicant to provide certified copy of divorce or annulment when applying for.
Analysis:
1278. HB 1278
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; require holder of on-premises retailer's permit to have blood alcohol content testing device available.
Analysis:
1279. HB 1279
Not Rated
Legislature; allow certain retired PERS members to receive a retirement allowance while serving as a member of.
Analysis:
1280. HB 1280
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with making repairs and improvements to water and sewer systems.
Analysis:
1281. HB 1281
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist with maintenance of the Mississippi Telecommunication Conference and Training Center.
Analysis:
1282. HB 1282
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:
1283. HB 1283
Not Rated
County public defenders; require salary of all to be the same as district attorneys.
Analysis:
1284. HB 1284
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:
1285. HB 1285
Not Rated
Land banks; authorize counties and municipalities to create to convert certain property to productive use.
Analysis:
1286. HB 1286
Not Rated
Chancery court; require to order certain persons held pending mental evaluation.
Analysis:
1287. HB 1287
Not Rated
Appropriation; City of Jackson for demolishing certain structure in Farish Street Historic District.
Analysis:
1288. HB 1288
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds to assist JSU with Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Program.
Analysis:
1289. HB 1289
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:
1290. HB 1290
Not Rated
Retirement; county board attorneys and city attorneys shall be members of PERS regardless of hours/week worked.
Analysis:
1291. HB 1291
Not Rated
Country of Origin Labels; clarify labeling of covered commodities.
Analysis:
1292. HB 1292
Not Rated
Teachers; allow to participate in strikes in any year during which no legislative raise is given.
Analysis:
1293. HB 1293
Not Rated
Teacher strikes; repeal prohibition of.
Analysis:
1294. HB 1294
Not Rated
Funeral director assistants; authorize to perform all activities of funeral directors with certain exceptions.
Analysis:
1295. HB 1295
Not Rated
Legislature; allowed retired PERS members to receive a retirement allowance while serving as a member of.
Analysis:
1296. HB 1296
Not Rated
State Health Insurance Plan; provide coverage for proton therapy to treat cancer and certain noncancerous tumors.
Analysis:
1297. HB 1297
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of groceries.
Analysis:
1298. HB 1298
Not Rated
Hospice care; authorize to be provided to persons who are not terminally ill under certain circumstances.
Analysis:
1299. HB 1299
Not Rated
Retail food establishments; prohibit from imposing cost-plus pricing formulas.
Analysis:
1300. HB 1300
Not Rated
Perpetual care cemeteries; require certain acreage and trust fund deposit to establish new.
Analysis:
1301. HB 1301
Not Rated
Life insurance; authorize funeral services provider to obtain certain information within two business days.
Analysis:
1302. HB 1302
Not Rated
Religious Freedom Act and Protecting Freedom of Conscience from Government Discrimination Act; repeal.
Analysis:
1303. HB 1303
Not Rated
Chancery clerk; require to remove social security numbers from land transfer deeds.
Analysis:
1304. HB 1304
Not Rated
Breastfeeding; authorize distribution of statewide info to support breastfeeding in public places.
Analysis:
1305. HB 1305
Not Rated
Funeral services; require payment for before body may be transferred from one funeral home to another.
Analysis:
1306. HB 1306
Not Rated
Body-worn cameras; prohibit law enforcement from recreating past activities with.
Analysis:
1307. HB 1307
Not Rated
Credit reports; prohibit release of information unless authorized by the consumer.
Analysis:
1308. HB 1308
Not Rated
Finance charges; authorize to charge certain percentage rates based on amount of loan.
Analysis:
1309. HB 1309
Not Rated
Medical marijuana; allow limited growing for personal use.
Analysis:
1310. HB 1310
Not Rated
Subpoenas; authorize attorneys who have entered an appearance to issue.
Analysis:
1311. HB 1311
Not Rated
Seventh Circuit Court District; revise number of assistant district attorneys and criminal investigators.
Analysis:
1312. HB 1312
Not Rated
'Equity in Distance Learning Act'; revise certain provisions of.
Analysis:
1313. HB 1313
Bad Policy
'Representative Bill Kinkade Fostering Access and Inspiring True Hope (FAITH) Scholarship Program Act'; create.
Analysis:
1314. HB 1314
Not Rated
School attendance officers; transfer employment responsibilities from the State Department of Education to local school districts.
Analysis:
1315. HB 1315
Not Rated
State auditor; authorize investigative and audit costs incurred by contracted firms to be paid as percentage of the recovery.
Analysis:
1316. HB 1316
Not Rated
State revenue; when actual revenue exceeds the estimate, the surplus amount will be used to reduce the state debt.
Analysis:
1317. HB 1317
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with construction of a new Fire Station 5.
Analysis:
1318. HB 1318
Not Rated
Civil Rights Memorial Day; designate the last Monday of April as.
Analysis:
1319. HB 1319
Not Rated
Right to hunt and fish; Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks shall promulgate rules and regulations needed to protect Mississippians'.
Analysis:
1320. HB 1320
Not Rated
Cat Island; prohibit the use of a purse seine within two miles of.
Analysis:
1321. HB 1321
Not Rated
Menhaden; prohibit taking of within one mile buffer of Jackson County, Mississippi.
Analysis:
1322. HB 1322
Not Rated
Remote Online Notarization Act; to create to provide for certain use of with restrictions.
Analysis:
1323. HB 1323
Bad Policy
Tallahatchie River Authority; create.
Analysis:
1324. HB 1324
Not Rated
Justice court; revise service of process.
Analysis:
1325. HB 1325
Not Rated
Mississippi Semiquincentennial Commission; create.
Analysis:
1326. HB 1326
Not Rated
Sex offenders and child custody; revise guidelines regarding the best interest of the child in cases of.
Analysis:
1327. HB 1327
Not Rated
Automobile liability insurance; provide motorists noncompliant with may not recover loss in accident with compliant.
Analysis:
1328. HB 1328
Not Rated
Mississippi Industries for the Blind; revise authority to enter into certain agreements and contracts.
Analysis:
1329. HB 1329
Not Rated
Residential flood insurance coverage; authorize.
Analysis:
1330. HB 1330
Not Rated
'MS School Safety Act of 2001'; revise to require school districts to implement safety procedures for computers and electronic devices.
Analysis:
1331. HB 1331
Not Rated
Election commissioners; require skills assessment for every four years instead of every year.
Analysis:
1332. HB 1332
Not Rated
State Institutions of Higher Learning; authorize program to provide devices to students when necessary for remote learning.
Analysis:
1333. HB 1333
Not Rated
Felon in possession of dangerous weapons; revise penalties.
Analysis:
1334. HB 1334
Not Rated
Mississippi Groundwater Protection Trust Fund; authorize payment of administrative costs.
Analysis:
1335. HB 1335
Not Rated
Antiques boats; exempt from three year registration renewal requirement.
Analysis:
1336. HB 1336
Not Rated
Home inspectors; authorize to perform home inspections on new construction without having residential home builders license.
Analysis:
1337. HB 1337
Not Rated
Public Service Commission; require to mandate annual filings by rural water associations.
Analysis:
1338. HB 1338
Not Rated
State parks; exempt veterans and active duty from paying fee for entry and use of and provide discount for campsite or cabin rental within.
Analysis:
1339. HB 1339
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL for additional funding for the William F. Winter and Jack Reed, Sr., Teacher Loan Repayment Program.
Analysis:
1340. HB 1340
Not Rated
Family Engagement Kindergarten Readiness Pilot Program; require MDE to establish as a component of the ELC Act of 2013.
Analysis:
1341. HB 1341
Not Rated
Municipal candidates; clarify residency requirements of certain.
Analysis:
1342. HB 1342
Not Rated
Appraisal management company; remove ninety-day exception to prohibition on removing appraisers from appraiser panel of.
Analysis:
1343. HB 1343
Bad Policy
Columbia Training School property; authorize DFA to transfer and convey certain portion of to Marion County Economic Development District.
Analysis: Donates public owned land to the county economic development district.
1344. HB 1344
Not Rated
Highway Patrol and MBN officers; increase salaries of.
Analysis:
1345. HB 1345
Not Rated
Fair Minimum Wage Act; create.
Analysis:
1346. HB 1346
Not Rated
Employment; prohibit denial of solely because a person has been convicted of a felony.
Analysis:
1347. HB 1347
Not Rated
Mississippi Voter Protection Act; create.
Analysis:
1348. HB 1348
Not Rated
State holidays; remove Confederate Memorial Day as.
Analysis:
1349. HB 1349
Not Rated
Transfer Mississippi Act; create to permit children to attend school of their choice in any school district.
Analysis:
1350. HB 1350
Not Rated
Legislature; limit terms of members of.
Analysis:
1351. HB 1351
Neutral
Affidavit of Scrivener's Error; revise recording of.
Analysis:
1352. HB 1352
Not Rated
Voter registration files; provide the fees to be charged for providing copies of.
Analysis:
1353. HB 1353
Not Rated
Budget process; bring forward various sections relating to.
Analysis:
1354. HB 1354
Not Rated
'Military Star Schools Act'; create to provide transition supports for military families.
Analysis:
1355. HB 1355
Not Rated
Mobile barbershops; authorize licensed barbers to operate.
Analysis:
1356. HB 1356
Not Rated
'Mississippi Founding Principle Act'; enact to require social studies curriculum to provide instruction on founding documents and principles.
Analysis:
1357. HB 1357
Not Rated
Former collegiate athlete scholarship program; create to attract former athletes back to school for teaching degree.
Analysis:
1358. HB 1358
Not Rated
DHS; direct to reinstate program of providing meals to older individuals in community setting.
Analysis:
1359. HB 1359
Not Rated
Economic Impact of Recycling Study Committee; create.
Analysis:
1360. HB 1360
Not Rated
Banks and savings associations; align merger approval with the Mississippi Business Corporation Act.
Analysis:
1361. HB 1361
Not Rated
Motor Vehicle Sales Finance Law; clarify employees of state licensee may work remotely.
Analysis:
1362. HB 1362
Not Rated
Local and private laws that implement a tourism tax; authorize tax proceeds to be used for water, sewer, first responders retirement fund.
Analysis:
1363. HB 1363
Not Rated
Alienation of Affection; establish procedures for causes of action.
Analysis:
1364. HB 1364
Not Rated
Indigenous Native American Day; declare the second Monday in October as.
Analysis:
1365. HB 1365
Good Policy
Elections; prohibit state and local officials from soliciting and/or accepting private funds for.
Analysis:
1366. HB 1366
Not Rated
Breaches of security; require certain instances of to be reported to the Office of the Attorney General.
Analysis:
1367. HB 1367
Not Rated
Real property; establish process to remove discriminatory language from recorded instruments of conveyance.
Analysis:
1368. HB 1368
Not Rated
Abortion; prohibit except to save in a medical emergency.
Analysis:
1369. HB 1369
Not Rated
Commission for Racial Reconciliation; create.
Analysis:
1370. HB 1370
Not Rated
Custodial interrogations; authorize electronic recording of.
Analysis:
1371. HB 1371
Not Rated
Firefighters; bring forward code sections pertaining to minimum standards and certification of.
Analysis:
1372. HB 1372
Not Rated
Retirement; allow certain members of PERS to purchase creditable service for service with non-PERS employers.
Analysis:
1373. HB 1373
Not Rated
Telecommunications and personal or professional services; provide procedures for emergency purchases of.
Analysis:
1374. HB 1374
Not Rated
Obsolete crimes; repeal.
Analysis:
1375. HB 1375
Not Rated
Criminal investigator; authorize additional for 13th Circuit Court District.
Analysis:
1376. HB 1376
Not Rated
MS Consumer Privacy Act; create to prohibit any agency, department or institution from releasing any personal information.
Analysis:
1377. HB 1377
Not Rated
School traffic zones; authorize local governing boards to authorize traffic cameras when zone is effective.
Analysis:
1378. HB 1378
Not Rated
Memorial highways; designate in Prentiss County.
Analysis:
1379. HB 1379
Not Rated
Abortion; revise physician requirement and prohibit facilities from selling stem cells.
Analysis:
1380. HB 1380
Not Rated
Health insurance; prohibit premium surcharges based on vaccination or nonvaccination for the prevention of COVID-19.
Analysis:
1381. HB 1381
Not Rated
Life insurance policy; require policy loans to have a fixed rate.
Analysis:
1382. HB 1382
Not Rated
Civil Air Patrol members; grant leave of absence from civil occupations in public or private business during emergency relief efforts.
Analysis:
1383. HB 1383
Not Rated
Small unmanned aircraft; require retailer to register certain information with the Department of Public Safety.
Analysis:
1384. HB 1384
Not Rated
Vocational education; provide additional funding to school districts demonstrating need for enhancements.
Analysis:
1385. HB 1385
Not Rated
Technical and vocational curriculum; require SDE to develop as alternative to college preparatory curriculum.
Analysis:
1386. HB 1386
Not Rated
State agencies; authorize Governor to terminate certain appointed agency officials.
Analysis:
1387. HB 1387
Not Rated
Contract lobbyists; prohibit agencies, universities and colleges from hiring with public funds.
Analysis:
1388. HB 1388
Good Policy
Comprehensive Career and Technical Reform Act; create.
Analysis:
1389. HB 1389
Bad Policy
'Mississippi Grain Indemnity Act'; enact.
Analysis:
1390. HB 1390
Not Rated
Window tint regulation; revise medical exemption.
Analysis:
1391. HB 1391
Not Rated
Rural Nurses Recruitment and Retention Incentive Grant Program; establish.
Analysis:
1392. HB 1392
Not Rated
Grain warehouses and grain dealers; increase penalties imposed upon for violations.
Analysis:
1393. HB 1393
Not Rated
Human trafficking; provide a civil cause of action.
Analysis:
1394. HB 1394
Not Rated
Dual Credit Community College Scholarship Program; create.
Analysis:
1395. HB 1395
Not Rated
Mississippi Digital Application Distribution Platform Act; create.
Analysis:
1396. HB 1396
Not Rated
Parental rights; establish fundamental right of parents to direct the upbringing, education and care of their children.
Analysis:
1397. HB 1397
Not Rated
Mississippi Architects and Engineers Good Samaritan Act; create.
Analysis:
1398. HB 1398
Not Rated
Municipalities 'home rule'; prohibit governing authorities from regulating immediate vicinity of health care facilities under certain circumstances.
Analysis:
1399. HB 1399
Not Rated
Open Meetings Law; revise definition of 'public body' for purposes of.
Analysis:
1400. HB 1400
Not Rated
Mississippi Ethics Commission; revise who is subject to a penalty for violating confidentiality.
Analysis:
1401. HB 1401
Not Rated
Salary increases for legislators; make effective for term of office after term in which salary is increased.
Analysis:
1402. HB 1402
Not Rated
Unemployment Insurance Integrity Act of 2022; create.
Analysis:
1403. HB 1403
Not Rated
Law Enforcement Officers and Fire Fighters Death Benefits Trust Fund; include any cause of death under First Responders Act of 2020.
Analysis:
1404. HB 1404
Not Rated
Human Trafficking; provide a civil cause of action for participants or those who benefit from.
Analysis:
1405. HB 1405
Not Rated
Face masks; prohibit public schools and universities and colleges from requiring students to wear.
Analysis:
1406. HB 1406
Not Rated
Law Enforcement Death Benefits Trust Fund; includes cause of death covered under First Responders Act of 2020.
Analysis:
1407. HB 1407
Not Rated
Children's Advocacy Centers Fund ; require annual appropriation by the Legislature to.
Analysis:
1408. HB 1408
Bad Policy
Sheriffs' salaries; increase.
Analysis:
1409. HB 1409
Not Rated
911 emergency dispatchers; provide same employment benefits as first responders.
Analysis:
1410. HB 1410
Not Rated
Legislature; allow retired PERS members to receive a retirement allowance while serving as a member of.
Analysis:
1411. HB 1411
Not Rated
Law Enforcement Supplemental Pay Program; create.
Analysis:
1412. HB 1412
Not Rated
'Seizure Safe Schools Act'; establish.
Analysis:
1413. HB 1413
Not Rated
Contract lobbyists; prohibit agencies, universities and colleges from hiring with public funds.
Analysis:
1414. HB 1414
Not Rated
ARPA Expenditures Ombudsman; establish to oversee all expenditures of ARPA funds.
Analysis:
1415. HB 1415
Not Rated
Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks; convert into advisory commission.
Analysis:
1416. HB 1416
Good Policy
Students in public schools; allow to participate in political activities with certain restrictions.
Analysis:
1417. HB 1417
Not Rated
Compulsory school attendance; authorize excused absences for student participation in civic engagement or political event.
Analysis:
1418. HB 1418
Not Rated
Second Amendment Preservation Act; authorize with exclusion for universities and colleges.
Analysis:
1419. HB 1419
Not Rated
Unconstitutional acts of federal government; prohibit state agency or political subdivision of the state from cooperating with a federal agency in implementing any.
Analysis:
1420. HB 1420
Not Rated
Law Enforcement Supplemental Pay Program; create.
Analysis:
1421. HB 1421
Bad Policy
ARPA Rural Water Associations Infrastructure Grant Programs; establish under Department of Health.
Analysis:
1422. HB 1422
Not Rated
Highway Patrol officers and Narcotics Bureau officers; revise the salaries of.
Analysis:
1423. HB 1423
Bad Policy
State Appellate and trial judges and District Attorneys; increase salaries of.
Analysis:
1424. HB 1424
Not Rated
Criminal investigators; increase salaries of and provide for additional appointments of.
Analysis:
1425. HB 1425
Bad Policy
ARPA Wastewater and Drinking Water Infrastructure Grant Programs; establish under DEQ and Department of Health.
Analysis:
1426. HB 1426
Bad Policy
Salary statutes; revise certain provisions relating to salaries of state employees and officials.
Analysis:
1427. HB 1427
Neutral
Mississippi Law Enforcement and Fire Fighters Premium Pay Program; create.
Analysis: Law enforcement and public safety are core functions of govt
1428. HB 1428
Not Rated
Retailer Tax Fairness Act; create.
Analysis:
1429. HB 1429
Not Rated
Real property; right of first refusal expires on grantee's death unless specifically stated otherwise.
Analysis:
1430. HB 1430
Good Policy
Motor vehicle title; authorize beneficiary designation.
Analysis:
1431. HB 1431
Not Rated
Mississippi Department of Employment Security; provide waiver process for recovery of certain overpayment of benefits.
Analysis:
1432. HB 1432
Not Rated
Patient Choice Act of 2022; create.
Analysis:
1433. HB 1433
Not Rated
Campaign finance reports; shall be available on county and municipal websites.
Analysis:
1434. HB 1434
Not Rated
MS Accountability and Transparency Act; revise to include certain counties and municipalities.
Analysis:
1435. HB 1435
Not Rated
Lobbying; revise definition of.
Analysis:
1436. HB 1436
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with improvements to Flowers Park.
Analysis:
1437. HB 1437
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with improvements to Sykes Park.
Analysis:
1438. HB 1438
Not Rated
Appropriation; City of Jackson for certain improvements to Sykes Park.
Analysis:
1439. HB 1439
Bad Policy
City of Laurel; authorize tax on hotels and motels to promote tourism.
Analysis:
1440. HB 1440
Bad Policy
City of Natchez and Adams County; authorize contributions to Natchez, Incorporated.
Analysis:
1441. HB 1441
Bad Policy
Town of Oakland; authorize tourism tax on prepared food and drinks at restaurants and prepared food at convenience stores.
Analysis:
1442. HB 1442
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for restoration of the Haley Reeves house in Columbus.
Analysis:
1443. HB 1443
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property or services to Veterans Outreach.
Analysis:
1444. HB 1444
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Alcorn State University with Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Program.
Analysis:
1445. HB 1445
Not Rated
Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property or services to Lamar County Education Foundation, Inc.
Analysis:
1446. HB 1446
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Baldwyn with improvements to Carrollville Avenue.
Analysis:
1447. HB 1447
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Baldwyn with infrastructure improvements.
Analysis:
1448. HB 1448
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist the Jackson Municipal Airport Authority with construction of aircraft hangers at Hawkins Field.
Analysis:
1449. HB 1449
Not Rated
Youth court services fees and fines; exclude parents and children from payment of.
Analysis:
1450. HB 1450
Not Rated
Vaccinations; require employers that mandate COVID-19 vaccinations for employees to provide exemption process.
Analysis:
1451. HB 1451
Not Rated
Vaccinations; prohibit state and local agencies and officials from mandating COVID-19 vaccinations.
Analysis:
1452. HB 1452
Not Rated
COVID-19 vaccine mandates; prohibit the State of Mississippi from imposing.
Analysis:
1453. HB 1453
Not Rated
Vaccine exemption; authorize for religious, philosophical or conscientious reasons.
Analysis:
1454. HB 1454
Not Rated
COVID-19 mandates; prohibit imposing upon businesses or individuals.
Analysis:
1455. HB 1455
Not Rated
Vaccine mandates; prohibit by employers and authorize damages if employer violates.
Analysis:
1456. HB 1456
Not Rated
Vaccine mandates; prohibit postsecondary educational institutions from requiring as a condition for attendance or enrollment.
Analysis:
1457. HB 1457
Not Rated
School Immunization; authorize exemption from requirements for religious beliefs.
Analysis:
1458. HB 1458
Not Rated
Vaccine mandates; prohibit schools from requiring as a condition for attendance or enrollment.
Analysis:
1459. HB 1459
Not Rated
Vaccine mandates; require employers to provide religious exemption for.
Analysis:
1460. HB 1460
Not Rated
Vaccination mandates; prohibit governmental entity from imposing.
Analysis:
1461. HB 1461
Not Rated
Vaccinations; prohibit employers and the State of Mississippi from requiring proof of.
Analysis:
1462. HB 1462
Not Rated
COVID-19; prohibit use of state funds for mandatory administration of vaccine against.
Analysis:
1463. HB 1463
Not Rated
COVID-19 vaccinations; prohibit governmental entities and public officials from requiring for any person.
Analysis:
1464. HB 1464
Not Rated
Stop Social Media Censorship Act; create.
Analysis:
1465. HB 1465
Not Rated
'Social Media Accountability, Responsibility and Transparency Act of 2022'; enact.
Analysis:
1466. HB 1466
Not Rated
2022 Mississippi Education Task Force; create to review state regulations and accountability system.
Analysis:
1467. HB 1467
Not Rated
Hate crimes; revise delineation of victim.
Analysis:
1468. HB 1468
Not Rated
Licensure; revise reciprocity requirements for out-of-state attorneys.
Analysis:
1469. HB 1469
Not Rated
Intestate succession; child conceived by assisted reproduction after decedent's death is deemed to be living at time of death.
Analysis:
1470. HB 1470
Not Rated
CON; remove chemical dependency services and facilities from requirements of the CON law.
Analysis:
1471. HB 1471
Not Rated
Health Care Certificate of Need Law; repeal.
Analysis:
1472. HB 1472
Not Rated
Ballot initiative measure process; revise the statutory provisions of.
Analysis:
1473. HB 1473
Not Rated
Utility shutoffs; revise Governor's authority regarding.
Analysis:
1474. HB 1474
Not Rated
Emergency executive order; limit state of emergency orders to 30 days.
Analysis:
1475. HB 1475
Not Rated
Reverse auction; revise method of receiving bids through for agencies and governing authorities.
Analysis:
1476. HB 1476
Not Rated
Campaign finance reports; revise the time for filing electronically.
Analysis:
1477. HB 1477
Not Rated
Public purchasing laws; revise certain provisions relating to reverse auctions.
Analysis:
1478. HB 1478
Not Rated
Public purchases; authorize use of reverse auction for term contracts.
Analysis:
1479. HB 1479
Neutral
Mississippi Department of Corrections Commissioner; revise authority to inflict the death penalty.
Analysis:
1480. HB 1480
Not Rated
State advertising; prohibit elected and appointed officers from publicly participating in.
Analysis:
1481. HB 1481
Not Rated
Lobbying; prohibit legislator from engaging in for one year after leaving office.
Analysis:
1482. HB 1482
Not Rated
Municipal annexation; restrict collection of ad valorem taxes until certain services are provided by municipality.
Analysis:
1483. HB 1483
Not Rated
Municipal annexation/deannexation; require election be held on the question of in the subject territory to be annexed/deannexed.
Analysis:
1484. HB 1484
Not Rated
Tablet press machine; regulate.
Analysis:
1485. HB 1485
Not Rated
Harvest permits; extend repealer on provisions establishing maximum weight and approved routes of vehicles.
Analysis:
1486. HB 1486
Not Rated
CDLs; require Commissioner of DPS to provide for waivers of certain tests.
Analysis:
1487. HB 1487
Neutral
State song; designate 'One Mississippi' as official.
Analysis:
1488. HB 1488
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of a new dormitory at Jackson State University.
Analysis:
1489. HB 1489
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for repair and renovation projects at Mississippi Valley State University.
Analysis:
1490. HB 1490
Not Rated
Appropriation; Department of Mental Health for increasing alcohol and drug rehabilitation beds and crisis intervention teams.
Analysis:
1491. HB 1491
Not Rated
'Dignity and nondiscrimination in Public Education Act of 2022'; create.
Analysis:
1492. HB 1492
Not Rated
The Teaching Racial and Universal Equality (TRUE) Act; enact to prohibit critical race theory from inclusion in public school curriculum.
Analysis:
1493. HB 1493
Not Rated
The Teaching Racial and Universal Equality (TRUE) Act; enact to prohibit critical race theory from inclusion in public school curriculum.
Analysis:
1494. HB 1494
Not Rated
The Teaching Racial and Universal Equality (TRUE) Act; enact to prohibit critical race theory from inclusion in public school curriculum.
Analysis:
1495. HB 1495
Not Rated
Critical Race Theory and The 1619 Project; prohibit teaching of in public schools, colleges and universities.
Analysis:
1496. HB 1496
Not Rated
Critical Race Theory; prohibit instruction of in public schools and state institutions of higher learning.
Analysis:
1497. HB 1497
Not Rated
The Teaching Racial and Universal Equality (TRUE) Act; enact to prohibit critical race theory from inclusion in public school curriculum.
Analysis:
1498. HB 1498
Not Rated
Income tax; revise definition of gross income and authorize deduction for certain expenses.
Analysis:
1499. HB 1499
Not Rated
Appropriation; State Department of Education to provide funding assistance to school districts for reimbursement costs.
Analysis:
1500. HB 1500
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL for Jackson State University for construction of a dining facility.
Analysis:
1501. HB 1501
Not Rated
Appropriation; Church of God in Christ historical markers in Holmes County, Mississippi.
Analysis:
1502. HB 1502
Not Rated
Appropriation; Department of Health for funding certain activities relating to lead poisoning prevention.
Analysis:
1503. HB 1503
Bad Policy
City of Olive Branch; authorize 1% tax on hotels and motels and issuance of bonds for tourism, parks and recreation.
Analysis:
1504. HB 1504
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of a multi-purpose athletic training facility at Alcorn State University.
Analysis:
1505. HB 1505
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Jefferson County with road and bridge projects.
Analysis:
1506. HB 1506
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Town of Bude with various projects.
Analysis:
1507. HB 1507
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Town of Fayette with various projects.
Analysis:
1508. HB 1508
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist the Progress Community Water Association with water system improvements.
Analysis:
1509. HB 1509
Good Policy
COVID-19 vaccine mandate; prohibit state and local government from imposing.
Analysis:
1510. HB 1510
Good Policy
Elections; revise procedures regarding voter roll maintenance.
Analysis:
1511. HB 1511
Not Rated
The Abortion Complications Act of 2022; create.
Analysis:
1512. HB 1512
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for various Alcorn State University projects.
Analysis:
1513. HB 1513
Not Rated
Appropriation; Union Church Water Association for certain water system improvements.
Analysis:
1514. HB 1514
Not Rated
Appropriation; Hermanville Community Water Association for certain water system improvements.
Analysis:
1515. HB 1515
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Greenville in paying costs of improvements to its water and sewer systems.
Analysis:
1516. HB 1516
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Town of Metcalfe in paying costs of repair and renovation of town park.
Analysis:
1517. HB 1517
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Office of Workforce Development for various activities and programs.
Analysis:
1518. HB 1518
Bad Policy
Appropriation; DFA for providing funds to destination marketing organizations for certain marketing activities.
Analysis:
1519. HB 1519
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for improvements to Jackson Public School District school buildings.
Analysis:
1520. HB 1520
Not Rated
Professional employer organizations; provide for registration and regulation by the Insurance Department.
Analysis:
1521. HB 1521
Bad Policy
Appropriation; IHL for funding Nursing and Respiratory Therapy Education Incentive Program.
Analysis:
1522. HB 1522
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Community College Board for Community and Junior College Nursing Supplemental Funding Program.
Analysis:
1523. HB 1523
Bad Policy
City of Saltillo; authorize tourism tax on hotels, motels and restaurants.
Analysis:
1524. HB 1524
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Hinds Community College with construction of nursing school building at Rankin Campus.
Analysis:
1525. HB 1525
Bad Policy
City of Richland; extend repealer on bar and restaurant tourism tax.
Analysis:
1526. HB 1526
Bad Policy
City of Richland; extend date of repeal on hotel/motel; tourism tax.
Analysis:
1527. HB 1527
Not Rated
Appropriations, additional; DFA for planning and construction of new DPS headquarters.
Analysis:
1528. HB 1528
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Alcorn County with funding an incentive program for remote workers to relocate to the county.
Analysis:
1529. HB 1529
Not Rated
Income tax; revise definition of gross income and authorize deduction for certain expenses.
Analysis:
1530. HB 1530
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for the Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund.
Analysis:
1531. HB 1531
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with improvements to White Oak Creek.
Analysis:
1532. HB 1532
Not Rated
Appropriation; Department of Health for MAGnet community Health Disparity Program.
Analysis:
1533. HB 1533
Bad Policy
Town of Byhalia; reenact hotel and motel tax and extend repeal date until July 1, 2026.
Analysis:
1534. HB 1534
Bad Policy
Sunflower County; authorize contributions to the Sunflower County Ministerial Alliance Counseling Service, Inc.
Analysis: “Charity is no part of the legislative duty of the government.”― James Madison
1535. HB 1535
Bad Policy
Sunflower County; authorize contribution to Delta Advantage Center.
Analysis: “Charity is no part of the legislative duty of the government.”― James Madison
1536. HB 1536
Bad Policy
Sunflower County; authorize contributions to the Fannie Lou Hamer Cancer Foundation.
Analysis: “Charity is no part of the legislative duty of the government.”― James Madison
1537. HB 1537
Neutral
Appropriation; DEQ for ARPA Wastewater Infrastructure Grant Program.
Analysis:
1538. HB 1538
Neutral
Appropriation; Department of Health for ARPA Rural Water Associations Infrastructure Grant Program.
Analysis:
1539. HB 1539
Not Rated
Appropriation; Mississippi Main Street Association to make revitalization grants to Mississippi communities.
Analysis:
1540. HB 1540
Not Rated
Appropriation; Administrative Office of Courts to increase rates of bringing trial courts on to MEC system.
Analysis:
1541. HB 1541
Not Rated
Appropriation; Department of Health for funding the Rural Nurses Recruitment and Retention Incentive Grant Program.
Analysis:
1542. HB 1542
Neutral
Appropriation; additional to DPS for the Mississippi Law Enforcement and Fire Fighters Premium Pay Program.
Analysis:
1543. HB 1543
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson police department improvements.
Analysis:
1544. HB 1544
Not Rated
Ad valorem tax; exempt property of certain nonprofit corporations.
Analysis:
1545. HB 1545
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Hattiesburg with infrastructure improvements.
Analysis:
1546. HB 1546
Not Rated
Appropriation; Department of Health for grant program for hospital expansions to increase capacity to care for COVID patients.
Analysis:
1547. HB 1547
Bad Policy
City of Starkville; extend repeal date on economic development, tourism/convention tax.
Analysis:
1548. HB 1548
Good Policy
Trailers and semitrailers; revise alternative highway privilege tax for.
Analysis:
1549. HB 1549
Bad Policy
City of Charleston; authorize expenditure for asphalt to be used on certain county roads damaged due to needed city sewer repairs.
Analysis:
1550. HB 1550
Not Rated
Appropriation; add'l to DFA for phased construction of new DPS headquarters; add'l to DOH for Office Against Interpersonal Violence.
Analysis:
1551. HB 1551
Bad Policy
City of Hernando; authorize a tax on restaurants to promote tourism, parks and recreation.
Analysis:
1552. HB 1552
Not Rated
Appropriation; Hinds County for expanding and improving its crime prevention activities.
Analysis:
1553. HB 1553
Not Rated
Appropriations; DFA to acquire new facility for MS Federation of Women's Clubs in exchange for lease of current headquarters building.
Analysis:
1554. HB 1554
Not Rated
Appropriation; DFA for costs of repair, renovation and restoration of Haley Reeves House in City of Columbus.
Analysis:
1555. HB 1555
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Greenville in paying costs of repair and renovation of city parks and municipal golf course.
Analysis:
1556. HB 1556
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Greenville with hangar improvements at Greenville Mid-Delta Airport.
Analysis:
1557. HB 1557
Not Rated
Income tax; authorize a credit for certain blood donations.
Analysis:
1558. HB 1558
Not Rated
Appropriation; City of Jackson to construct a parking lot.
Analysis:
1559. HB 1559
Not Rated
Appropriation; DFA for certain projects in Lee County and municipalities in the county.
Analysis:
1560. HB 1560
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Hinds County with construction of two water wells and related towers.
Analysis:
1561. HB 1561
Bad Policy
City of Southhaven; extend repeal date on restaurant tax.
Analysis:
1562. HB 1562
Not Rated
Appropriation; Southwest MS Community College for construction of a new indoor multipurpose center on the campus.
Analysis:
1563. HB 1563
Not Rated
Appropriation; Pike County for costs of certain projects.
Analysis:
1564. HB 1564
Not Rated
Ad valorem tax; authorize partial exemption for nonresidential use land that is converted to residential use.
Analysis:
1565. HB 1565
Bad Policy
City of Jackson; extend repeal date on convention and visitors bureau.
Analysis:
1566. HB 1566
Not Rated
Appropriation; DFA for distribution to counties and municipalities for water/sewer infrastructure projects authorized under ARPA.
Analysis:
1567. HB 1567
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson will demolition and removal of blighted properties.
Analysis:
1568. HB 1568
Not Rated
Appropriation; Department of Agriculture for implementation of Mississippi Healthy Food and Families Program.
Analysis:
1569. HB 1569
Not Rated
Appropriation; City of Jackson for purchase of a fire truck for the city fire department.
Analysis:
1570. HB 1570
Not Rated
Appropriation; Department of Health for making physician grants under the Mississippi Qualified Health Center Grant Program.
Analysis:
1571. HB 1571
Not Rated
Appropriation; Department of Health for making care grants under the Mississippi Qualified Health Center Grant Program.
Analysis:
1572. HB 1572
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for improvements to Great River Railroad line in Bolivar County and Washington County.
Analysis:
1573. HB 1573
Not Rated
Appropriation; MDOT for replacement of bridges incapable of supporting harvest permit allowable weight.
Analysis:
1574. HB 1574
Not Rated
Appropriation; Emergency Road and Bridge Repair Fund to be utilized by MDOT.
Analysis:
1575. HB 1575
Not Rated
Appropriation; State Aid Road Fund to reimburse for monies expended to counties due to provisions of House Bill 779, 2019 Regular Session.
Analysis:
1576. HB 1576
Not Rated
Appropriation; State Aid Road Fund from State General Fund.
Analysis:
1577. HB 1577
Not Rated
Income tax; exclude active duty military compensation.
Analysis:
1578. HB 1578
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Oxford repair and renovation of a building for its police department.
Analysis:
1579. HB 1579
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Pontotoc with relocating fire station.
Analysis:
1580. HB 1580
Not Rated
Appropriation; MDOT for matching funds for the federal Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
Analysis:
1581. HB 1581
Not Rated
Appropriation; Athletic Commission.
Analysis:
1582. HB 1582
Not Rated
Appropriation; Auctioneers Commission.
Analysis:
1583. HB 1583
Not Rated
Appropriation; Barber Examiners, Board of.
Analysis:
1584. HB 1584
Not Rated
Appropriation; Cosmetology, Board of.
Analysis:
1585. HB 1585
Not Rated
Appropriation; Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists, Board of Examiners for.
Analysis:
1586. HB 1586
Not Rated
Appropriation; Medical Licensure, Board of.
Analysis:
1587. HB 1587
Not Rated
Appropriation; Nursing, Board of.
Analysis:
1588. HB 1588
Not Rated
Appropriation; Nursing Home Administrators, Board of.
Analysis:
1589. HB 1589
Not Rated
Appropriation; Optometry, Board of.
Analysis:
1590. HB 1590
Not Rated
Appropriation; Physical Therapy Board.
Analysis:
1591. HB 1591
Not Rated
Appropriation; Psychology, Board of.
Analysis:
1592. HB 1592
Not Rated
Appropriation; Engineers and Land Surveyors, Board of Registration for Professional.
Analysis:
1593. HB 1593
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Insurance, Department of.
Analysis:
1594. HB 1594
Neutral
Appropriation; Fire Academy.
Analysis:
1595. HB 1595
Neutral
Appropriation; Public Employees' Retirement System.
Analysis:
1596. HB 1596
Not Rated
Appropriation: Real Estate Commission and Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board.
Analysis:
1597. HB 1597
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Legislative expenses.
Analysis:
1598. HB 1598
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Arts Commission.
Analysis:
1599. HB 1599
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Archives and History, Department of.
Analysis:
1600. HB 1600
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Education, Department of.
Analysis:
1601. HB 1601
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Educational Television, Authority for.
Analysis:
1602. HB 1602
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Library Commission.
Analysis:
1603. HB 1603
Not Rated
Appropriation; reappropriation, DFA - Bureau of Building - FY22.
Analysis:
1604. HB 1604
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Environmental Quality, Department of.
Analysis:
1605. HB 1605
Neutral
Appropriation; Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, Department of.
Analysis:
1606. HB 1606
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Grand Gulf Military Monument Commission.
Analysis:
1607. HB 1607
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Mississippi Broadband Commission.
Analysis:
1608. HB 1608
Neutral
Appropriation; Oil and Gas Board.
Analysis:
1609. HB 1609
Neutral
Appropriation; Public Service Commission.
Analysis:
1610. HB 1610
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Public Utilities Staff.
Analysis:
1611. HB 1611
Neutral
Appropriation; Human Services, Department of.
Analysis:
1612. HB 1612
Neutral
Appropriation; Rehabilitation Services, Department of.
Analysis:
1613. HB 1613
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Medicaid, Division of.
Analysis:
1614. HB 1614
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Health, Department of.
Analysis:
1615. HB 1615
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Foresters, Board of Registration for.
Analysis:
1616. HB 1616
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Forestry Commission.
Analysis:
1617. HB 1617
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Soil and Water Conservation Commission.
Analysis:
1618. HB 1618
Not Rated
Appropriation; Pat Harrison Waterway District.
Analysis:
1619. HB 1619
Not Rated
Appropriation; Pearl River Valley Water Supply District.
Analysis:
1620. HB 1620
Not Rated
Appropriation; Port Authority, State.
Analysis:
1621. HB 1621
Not Rated
Appropriation; Tombigbee River Valley Water Management District.
Analysis:
1622. HB 1622
Not Rated
Appropriation; Yellow Creek State Inland Port Authority.
Analysis:
1623. HB 1623
Not Rated
Appropriation; Veterans' Home Purchase Board.
Analysis:
1624. HB 1624
Neutral
Appropriation; Marine Resources, Department of.
Analysis:
1625. HB 1625
Neutral
Appropriation; District attorneys and staff.
Analysis:
1626. HB 1626
Neutral
Appropriation; Capital Post-Conviction Counsel, Office of.
Analysis:
1627. HB 1627
Neutral
Appropriation; State Public Defender, Office of.
Analysis:
1628. HB 1628
Neutral
Appropriation; Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and trial judges services.
Analysis:
1629. HB 1629
Neutral
Appropriation; Attorney General.
Analysis:
1630. HB 1630
Neutral
Appropriation; Transportation, Department of.
Analysis:
1631. HB 1631
Not Rated
Appropriation; additional for various state agencies for FY22 & FY23.
Analysis:
1632. HB 1632
Not Rated
Appropriation; Washington County for street repairs in Supervisor District 2.
Analysis:
1633. HB 1633
Not Rated
Appropriation; Washington County for street repairs in Supervisor District 5.
Analysis:
1634. HB 1634
Not Rated
Appropriation; Washington County for street repairs in Supervisor District 3.
Analysis:
1635. HB 1635
Not Rated
Appropriation; Washington County for street repairs in Supervisor District 1.
Analysis:
1636. HB 1636
Not Rated
Appropriation; Washington County for street repairs in Supervisor District 4.
Analysis:
1637. HB 1637
Not Rated
Hotel 'occupancy tax' levied in City of Jackson to fund the Mississippi Telecommunication Conference and Training Facility and Reserve Fund; increase.
Analysis:
1638. HB 1638
Not Rated
Income tax; authorize a tax credit for grocers and restaurants that donate food to certain entities.
Analysis:
1639. HB 1639
Not Rated
Alternative-fuel fueling station; impose tax on motor vehicles charged at.
Analysis:
1640. HB 1640
Not Rated
Appropriation; City of Jackson for certain water/sewer infrastructure projects.
Analysis:
1641. HB 1641
Not Rated
Appropriation; Hinds County for construction of two water wells and related towers for a new detention center.
Analysis:
1642. HB 1642
Not Rated
Appropriation; Hinds County for construction of two water wells and related towers for a new detention center.
Analysis:
1643. HB 1643
Not Rated
Appropriation; Hinds County for cost of repairs and upgrades to portion of White Oak Creek.
Analysis:
1644. HB 1644
Not Rated
Appropriation; City of Jackson for upgrades and improvements to Flowers Park.
Analysis:
1645. HB 1645
Not Rated
Appropriation; Town of Meadville for improvements to water and sewer infrastructure.
Analysis:
1646. HB 1646
Not Rated
Appropriation; Pattison Community Water Association for water system improvements.
Analysis:
1647. HB 1647
Not Rated
Appropriation; Thomasville Water Association for water system improvements.
Analysis:
1648. HB 1648
Not Rated
Appropriation; DFA to assist God's Living Word Ministry in Walls with construction of a community family life center.
Analysis:
1649. HB 1649
Not Rated
Appropriation; DFA for costs of constructing a training facility for the Walls Volunteer Fire Department in DeSoto County.
Analysis:
1650. HB 1650
Not Rated
Appropriation; Department of Health for upgrades and improvements to infrastructure at county health departments.
Analysis:
1651. HB 1651
Not Rated
Appropriations; City of McComb for repair and renovations for water, drainage and sewer infrastructure.
Analysis:
1652. HB 1652
Not Rated
Appropriation; City of Magnolia for repair and renovations for water, drainage and sewer.
Analysis:
1653. HB 1653
Not Rated
Appropriation; City of Jackson for rehabilitation of vacant or abandoned properties.
Analysis:
1654. HB 1654
Not Rated
Appropriation; City of Jackson for park improvements.
Analysis:
1655. HB 1655
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL for costs of constructing a separate water system for Jackson State University.
Analysis:
1656. HB 1656
Not Rated
Appropriation; City of Saltillo for making safety enhancements and upgrades to voting precinct building.
Analysis:
1657. HB 1657
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Prentiss County with bridge projects.
Analysis:
1658. HB 1658
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist with certain projects in Lee County and municipalities of Tupelo, Baldwyn, Guntown and Saltillo.
Analysis:
1659. HB 1659
Not Rated
Appropriation; City of Jackson for acquisition demolition and/or removal of blighted properties.
Analysis:
1660. HB 1660
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL for constructing a football stadium for Jackson State University.
Analysis:
1661. HB 1661
Not Rated
Appropriation; Mississippi Development Authority for Mississippi Main Street Association to increase capacity to provide assistance to Main Street communities.
Analysis:
1662. HB 1662
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of a new Mississippi Armed Forces Museum.
Analysis:
1663. HB 1663
Bad Policy
Bonds; authorize issuance for various purposes.
Analysis:
1664. HB 1664
Neutral
Appropriation; DFA - Office of Insurance for State and School Employees' Life and Health Insurance Plan.
Analysis:
1665. HB 1665
Neutral
Appropriation; DFA - Bureau of Building for projects at agencies, institutions and colleges.
Analysis:
1666. HB 1666
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Town of Rienzi with certain projects.
Analysis:
1667. HB 1667
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Prentiss County with construction of an industrial building.
Analysis:
1668. HB 1668
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Town of Jumpertown with wastewater collection system improvements.
Analysis:
1669. HB 1669
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist the Thrasher Water Association with water system improvements.
Analysis:
1670. HB 1670
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Booneville with certain sewer system improvements.
Analysis:
1671. HB 1671
Bad Policy
Jackson County; extend repeal date on county's hotel/motel tourism tax and authorize to make certain designation of the use of the tax.
Analysis:
1672. HB 1672
Bad Policy
City of Meridian; authorize 2% increase in monthly benefits for certain retired police, firemen and employees every year.
Analysis:
1673. HB 1673
Bad Policy
Jackson County; authorize contributions to Junior Auxiliary of Pascagoula - Moss Point.
Analysis:
1674. HB 1674
Bad Policy
Town of Raleigh; authorize a tax on restaurants to promote tourism, parks and recreation.
Analysis:
1675. HB 1675
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for capital improvements for state agencies.
Analysis:
1676. HB 1676
Not Rated
Income tax; reduce rate of tax and authorize additional deduction for certain new businesses.
Analysis:
1677. HB 1677
Not Rated
Appropriation; City of Pontotoc for relocating fire station.
Analysis:
1678. HB 1678
Not Rated
Helping Mississippians Afford Broadband Act; create.
Analysis:
1679. HB 1679
Not Rated
Appropriation; provide premium pay to essential health care workers through MSDH grants.
Analysis:
1680. HB 1680
Not Rated
Appropriation; Jackson State University to build its own athletic stadium.
Analysis:
1681. HB 1681
Not Rated
Income tax; authorize a credit for ad valorem taxes paid on certain property.
Analysis:
1682. HB 1682
Bad Policy
Jackson County; authorize contributions to Friends of Arts, Culture and Education (F.A.C.E.).
Analysis: “Charity is no part of the legislative duty of the government.”― James Madison
1683. HB 1683
Not Rated
Appropriation; Scenic Rivers Development alliance for water, sewer, and tourism and economic development projects.
Analysis:
1684. HB 1684
Not Rated
Income tax; authorize a tax credit for qualified wood energy products and forest maintenance projects.
Analysis:
1685. HB 1685
Not Rated
Pregnancy Resource Act; create.
Analysis:
1686. HB 1686
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance for defeasing bonds issued for the purpose of accelerating certain highway projects.
Analysis:
1687. HB 1687
Neutral
Children's Promise Act; revise certain provisions.
Analysis:
1688. HB 1688
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL for funding certain projects at the University of Mississippi.
Analysis:
1689. HB 1689
Not Rated
Homestead exemption; increase for law enforcement officers.
Analysis:
1690. HB 1690
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with improvements to senior centers, community centers and gymnasiums.
Analysis:
1691. HB 1691
Good Policy
Income tax; revise certain provisions relating pass-through entities.
Analysis:
1692. HB 1692
Not Rated
Appropriations; Town of Summit for repair and renovation of water and sewer.
Analysis:
1693. HB 1693
Bad Policy
Warren County; authorize contributions to various organizations.
Analysis: “Charity is no part of the legislative duty of the government.”― James Madison
1694. HB 1694
Neutral
City of Gulfport; authorize to contribute funds to a motor vehicle transportation system commission.
Analysis:
1695. HB 1695
Not Rated
Analysis:
1696. HB 1696
Not Rated
Analysis:
1697. HB 1697
Not Rated
Analysis:
1698. HB 1698
Not Rated
Analysis:
1699. HB 1699
Not Rated
Analysis:
1700. HB 1700
Not Rated
Analysis:
1701. HB 1701
Not Rated
Analysis:
1702. HB 1702
Not Rated
Analysis:
1703. HB 1703
Not Rated
Analysis:
1704. HB 1704
Not Rated
Analysis:
1705. HB 1705
Not Rated
Analysis:
1706. HB 1706
Not Rated
Analysis:
1707. HB 1707
Not Rated
Analysis:
1708. HB 1708
Not Rated
Analysis:
1709. HB 1709
Bad Policy
City of Vicksburg; authorize contribution to American Legion Auxiliary Boys State Program.
Analysis: AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES OF THE CITY OF VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI, TO CONTRIBUTE FUNDS TO THE AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY BOYS STATE PROGRAM; AND FOR RELATED PURPOSES. “Charity is no part of the legislative duty of the government.”― James Madison
1710. HB 1710
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Janice O'Neal of Warren County.
Analysis:
1711. HB 1711
Not Rated
Analysis:
1712. HB 1712
Not Rated
Analysis:
1713. HB 1713
Not Rated
Analysis:
1714. HB 1714
Not Rated
Analysis:
1715. HB 1715
Not Rated
Analysis:
1716. HB 1716
Not Rated
Analysis:
1717. HB 1717
Not Rated
Analysis:
1718. HB 1718
Not Rated
Analysis:
1719. HB 1719
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Angela Porter-Williams of Amite County.
Analysis:
1720. HB 1720
Not Rated
City of Hernando; authorize a tax on restaurants to promote parks and recreation.
Analysis:
1721. HB 1721
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Gerald O. Laird of Jefferson Davis County.
Analysis:
1722. HB 1722
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Omar Travis of Hinds County.
Analysis:
1723. HB 1723
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Ronald Brent Self of Tippah County.
Analysis:
1724. HB 1724
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Town of Marietta with sewer system improvements.
Analysis:
1725. HB 1725
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist with improvements to the VFW Post 4877 building in Booneville.
Analysis:
1726. HB 1726
Not Rated
Appropriation; New Site Water Association in Prentiss County for construction and upgrades to its water system.
Analysis:
1727. HB 1727
Not Rated
Appropriations; Town of Marietta for repair of and upgrades to its sewer system.
Analysis:
1728. HB 1728
Not Rated
Appropriation; City of Booneville for repair of and upgrades to the VFW Post 4877 building.
Analysis:
1729. HB 1729
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Anthony Leroy Wallace of Harrison County.
Analysis:
1730. HB 1730
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Ray Ferrell of Harrison County.
Analysis:
1731. HB 1731
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Deborah Ledbetter of Hinds County.
Analysis:
1732. HB 1732
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Annie Mae Grant of Hinds County.
Analysis:
1733. HB 1733
Not Rated
City of Jackson; extend repeal date on convention and visitors bureau and authorize increase in hotel/motel tax.
Analysis:
1734. HB 1734
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Frankie O'Neal Ward, Jr. of Jefferson Davis County.
Analysis:
1735. HB 1735
Neutral
City of Oxford; authorize expansion of water system for a certain distance outside of city to serve Punkin Water Association.
Analysis:
1736. HB 1736
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Edna Barnett of Jones County.
Analysis:
1737. HB 1737
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Kenny Pritchard of Rankin County.
Analysis:
1738. HB 1738
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Charles Harris of Harrison County.
Analysis:
1739. HB 1739
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Jo Kendrick Calhoun of Tallahatchie County.
Analysis:
1740. HB 1740
Bad Policy
City of Fulton; authorize a tax on restaurants to promote tourism, parks and recreation.
Analysis:
1741. HB 1741
Not Rated
City of Horn Lake; extend repeal date on the tax on hotel and motel room rentals.
Analysis:
1742. HB 1742
Bad Policy
City of Hattiesburg; extend repealer on tourism commission and hotel/motel tax.
Analysis: The current rate of inflation is 7.9%, Gas Prices are approaching ALL TIME highs. It is fiscally irresponsible for any level of government to raise or extend taxes.
1743. HB 1743
Bad Policy
City of Kosciusko; authorize a tax on restaurants to promote tourism, parks and recreation.
Analysis: The current rate of inflation is 7.9%, Gas Prices are approaching ALL TIME highs. It is fiscally irresponsible for any level of government to raise or extend taxes.
1744. HB 1744
Bad Policy
Rankin County; authorize contributions to nonprofit organizations that provide recreational/sports activities for county youth.
Analysis: “Charity is no part of the legislative duty of the government.”― James Madison................ “I will not go into argument to prove that Congress has no power under the Constitution to appropriate this money as an act of charity. Every member upon this floor knows it. We have the right, as individuals, to give away as much of our own money as we please in charity; but as members of Congress we have no right so to appropriate a dollar of the public money.” Davy Crockett.
1745. HB 1745
Good Policy
George County; authorize the repair of certain parking lot located in.
Analysis: Authorizes the county to pay for the damages it caused to a churchs parking lot while doing road work.
1746. HB 1746
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Chester Allen Butler of Tippah County.
Analysis:
1747. HB 1747
Bad Policy
City of Clinton; authorize a tax on restaurants to promote tourism, parks and recreation.
Analysis: The current rate of inflation is 7.9%, Gas Prices are approaching ALL TIME highs. It is fiscally irresponsible for any level of government to raise or extend taxes.
1748. HB 1748
Bad Policy
Town of Shuqualak; authorize expansion of water services provided by.
Analysis:
1749. HB 1749
Not Rated
City of Bay St. Louis; authorize hotel/motel tax to promote tourism, parks and recreation.
Analysis:
1750. HB 1750
Not Rated
City of Grenada; extend repealer on tourism tax to September 30, 2023.
Analysis:
1751. HB 1751
Not Rated
City of Madison; authorize to transfer properties and make other agreements with Madison Square Redevelopment Authority.
Analysis:
1752. HB 1752
Bad Policy
Marshall County; authorize contributions to the Byhalia Area Arts Council.
Analysis: “Charity is no part of the legislative duty of the government.”― James Madison................ “I will not go into argument to prove that Congress has no power under the Constitution to appropriate this money as an act of charity. Every member upon this floor knows it. We have the right, as individuals, to give away as much of our own money as we please in charity; but as members of Congress we have no right so to appropriate a dollar of the public money.” Davy Crockett.
1753. HB 1753
Not Rated
City of New Albany; authorize to possess same powers as a rural EPA and to enter into certain interlocal agreements.
Analysis:
1754. HB 1754
Bad Policy
City of Jackson; authorize increase hotel/motel tax to provide funding for Jackson Convention Center.
Analysis: The current rate of inflation is 7.9%, Gas Prices are approaching ALL TIME highs. It is fiscally irresponsible for any level of government to raise or extend taxes.
1755. HB 1755
Bad Policy
City of Moss Point; extend date of repeal on city's restaurant tax.
Analysis: The current rate of inflation is 7.9%, Gas Prices are approaching ALL TIME highs. It is fiscally irresponsible for any level of government to raise or extend taxes.
1756. HB 1756
Neutral
City of New Albany; authorize expansion of its gas system within a certain area outside its corporate limits.
Analysis:
1757. HB 1757
Bad Policy
Harrison County; clarify hotel/motel tax for Coast Coliseum and Convention Center shall solely be applied to overnight room rentals.
Analysis: The current rate of inflation is 7.9%, Gas Prices are approaching ALL TIME highs. It is fiscally irresponsible for any level of government to raise or extend taxes.
1758. HB 1758
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to LaTonya Woodson of Warren County.
Analysis:
1759. HB 1759
Not Rated
Holmes County; authorize to provide certain compensation for county patrol officers.
Analysis:
1760. HB 1760
Bad Policy
Holmes County; authorize contributions to the Durant Foundation.
Analysis: “Charity is no part of the legislative duty of the government.”― James Madison................ “I will not go into argument to prove that Congress has no power under the Constitution to appropriate this money as an act of charity. Every member upon this floor knows it. We have the right, as individuals, to give away as much of our own money as we please in charity; but as members of Congress we have no right so to appropriate a dollar of the public money.” Davy Crockett.
1761. HB 1761
Not Rated
City of Jackson; authorize additional hotel occupancy fee for the upkeep of the Jackson Convention Complex.
Analysis:
1762. HB 1762
Not Rated
Clinton/Raymond/Bolton Wastewater Authority Act; create.
Analysis:
1763. HB 1763
Not Rated
Kemper County; authorize to enter into certain contracts to fund capital costs to extend natural gas services in.
Analysis:
1764. HB 1764
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Willie Dishmon of Panola County.
Analysis:
1765. HB 1765
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Steve Dwayne Moorman of George County.
Analysis:
1766. HB 1766
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Joseph Jones of Jefferson Davis County.
Analysis:
1767. HB 1767
Not Rated
Harrison County; authorize certain tax proceeds to be designated for use by Gulf Coast Regional Convention and Visitors Bureau or for tourism solely in.
Analysis:
1768. HB 1768
Not Rated
Tallahatchie River Authority; authorize the establishment of.
Analysis:
1769. HB 1769
Not Rated
Eminent domain; prohibit transfer of property acquired by for 10 years after acquisition.
Analysis:
1770. HC 1
Resolution
Gary Jude Harkins; commend life and legacy upon his passing.
Analysis:
1771. HC 2
Resolution
Joint Rules; amend to limit introduction of general bills requiring majority vote to sessions in even-numbered years.
Analysis:
1772. HC 3
Resolution
Credit scores; urge Congress to enact legislation requiring data analytics companies to disclose methods used to calculate.
Analysis:
1773. HC 4
Resolution
Constitution; amend to reconstitute the Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning.
Analysis:
1774. HC 5
Resolution
Sanderson Farms; commend upon the celebration of 75th year anniversary.
Analysis:
1775. HC 6
Resolution
Joint Rules; amend 9A to require all bills with 50 or more cosponsors to be adopted automatically by the committee of House of Origin.
Analysis:
1776.