All Measures (Not Dead)

Bill Number Bill Description
1. HB 20
Not Rated
Anatomical gifts; prohibit discrimination against recipient based on disability.
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2. HB 155
Neutral
State Health Plan; delete prohibition on covering hearing aids.
Analysis:
3. HB 158
Not Rated
Off-road vehicles; revise definitions of.
Analysis:
4. HB 160
Not Rated
Travel Insurance Act of 2022; create.
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5. HB 175
Not Rated
Bonds; revise purposes for which bonds authorized for City of Hazlehurst may be used.
Analysis:
6. HB 192
Not Rated
License plate; revise disability requirement for disabled veterans tag.
Analysis:
7. HB 232
Neutral
Uniform Controlled Substances Act; revise schedules.
Analysis:
8. HB 252
Not Rated
PERS; increase maximum percentage of investments of system that are in certain types of investments.
Analysis:
9. HB 256
Bad Policy
Manufactured and mobile homes; require certain notice to tax collector when relocated to another county.
Analysis:
10. HB 365
Not Rated
MS Rural Hospital Loan Program; establish in State Department of Health.
Analysis:
11. HB 384
Not Rated
Mississippi Congressional district; reapportion.
Analysis:
12. HB 400
Bad Policy
Riding bailiffs; revise salary of.
Analysis:
13. HB 424
Good Policy
Audiology and speech-language pathology interstate compact; create.
Analysis:
14. HB 446
Neutral
Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize for supporters of various organizations.
Analysis:
15. HB 451
Bad Policy
Nonadmitted policy fee; revise distributions of and delete repealer on.
Analysis:
16. HB 453
Bad Policy
Mississippi Tourism Recovery Fund - Round 2 and Mississippi Destination Development Fund; create.
Analysis:
17. HB 470
Bad Policy
Sales tax; extend repealer on exemption of certain sales to Toughest Kids Foundation for Camp Kamassa in Copiah County.
Analysis:
18. HB 474
Bad Policy
Mississippi Health Care Industry Zone Act; extend repealers on act and related tax incentives.
Analysis:
19. HB 475
Not Rated
IHL Board; extend repealer on authority to oversee certain construction projects funded by state general obligation bonds.
Analysis:
20. HB 483
Not Rated
Local Governments Capital Improvements Revolving Loan Fund; extend repealer on MDA authority to use certain funds for expenses.
Analysis:
21. HB 492
Not Rated
Health Care Expendable Fund; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
22. HB 503
Not Rated
Memorial intersection; designate Exit 90 on Interstate 22 in Lee County as the 'Sheriff Harold Ray Presley Memorial Intersection.'
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23. HB 504
Not Rated
Memorial highway; designate segment of I-22 in Lee County as the 'Korean War Veterans Highway.'
Analysis:
24. HB 505
Not Rated
Memorial highway; designate segment of I-22 in Lee County as the 'Vietnam Veterans Way.'
Analysis:
25. HB 514
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; extend repealer on drug and alcohol program at Bolivar County Regional Facility.
Analysis:
26. HB 515
Not Rated
Prison Overcrowding Emergency Powers Act; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
27. 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.
28. HB 531
Not Rated
Mississippi Tax Freedom Act of 2022; create.
Analysis:
29. HB 534
Not Rated
Corrections; extend repealer on intensive supervision program and electronic home detention.
Analysis:
30. HB 567
Not Rated
Radar; revise population threshold for municipal law enforcement to use on public streets of municipality.
Analysis:
31. HB 586
Good Policy
Pilot work release program that authorizes sheriff to assign offenders to while confined in jail; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
32. HB 590
Not Rated
Charitable solicitations; revise provisions relating to notice, demand and service of process.
Analysis:
33. HB 606
Bad Policy
Mississippi Outdoor Stewardship Trust Fund; create.
Analysis:
34. 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.
35. HB 616
Not Rated
Menaced property; authorize municipalities to secure abandoned or dilapidated buildings on such property.
Analysis:
36. HB 657
Bad Policy
Medicaid; delete freeze on provider reimbursement rates and provide for prior review of certain actions by the division.
Analysis:
37. HB 660
Bad Policy
Gulf Coast Restoration Fund; limitation on assistance for any one project not applicable to certain public entities.
Analysis:
38. HB 677
Neutral
County veteran service officers; revise certain provisions regarding certification.
Analysis:
39. HB 679
Bad Policy
Mississippi Pill Press Act of 2022; create.
Analysis:
40. HB 683
Not Rated
State Parole Board; extend repealer on.
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41. HB 684
Bad Policy
Small Business and Grocer Investment Act; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
42. HB 687
Not Rated
Mississippi Debt Management Services Act; extend repealer on.
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43. HB 689
Not Rated
Community Service Revolving Fund; extend repealer on authority to collect fees from paroled offenders for deposit into.
Analysis:
44. HB 719
Bad Policy
Compensation for certain county officials; bring forward sections pertaining to.
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45. HB 720
Not Rated
Mississippi Department of Employment Security; provide requirements related to fraud prevention, detection and recovery.
Analysis:
46. HB 732
Not Rated
State Commission on the 9-8-8 Comprehensive Behavioral Health Crisis Response System; create.
Analysis:
47. HB 770
Neutral
Mississippi Equal Pay for Equal Work Act; create.
Analysis: This bill is completely unnecessary! This is already a Federal Law.
48. HB 779
Not Rated
Law Enforcement Death Benefits Trust Fund; include cause of death covered under First Responders Act of 2020.
Analysis:
49. HB 811
Neutral
Memorial highways; designate in Rankin County, Mississippi.
Analysis:
50. 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.
51. HB 823
Not Rated
Mississippi Electronic Protection Licensing Act; revise regarding battery-charged security fences.
Analysis:
52. HB 842
Neutral
Rural Fire Truck Acquisition Assistance Program; authorize two additional rounds for counties and municipalities.
Analysis:
53. HB 843
Not Rated
County or municipal Medicare eligible employees; make clarification regarding ability to receive certain supplemental compensation.
Analysis:
54. HB 863
Neutral
'Mississippi Prison Industries Act of 1990'; bring forward for the purposes of possible amendment.
Analysis:
55. HB 881
Good Policy
University-based programs of education for children with developmental disabilities; revise certain provisions.
Analysis:
56. HB 906
Neutral
State offenders serving sentences in county jail; may serve sentences in any county jail.
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57. HB 918
Good Policy
Alcoholic beverages; authorize issuance of food truck permit, revise distance restrictions for certain locations.
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58. HB 919
Not Rated
MDOC; require to establish a certain leasing policy with DFA for agricultural equipment.
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59. HB 920
Not Rated
Inmate Welfare Fund; authorize portion of fund to be used to fund Inmate Incentive to Work Program.
Analysis:
60. HB 927
Not Rated
Newborn screening program; include those conditions listed on the Recommended Uniform Screening Panel within three years after listing.
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61. HB 933
Not Rated
Homeowners' associations; regulate managing agents of and provide certain requirements for.
Analysis:
62. HB 936
Neutral
Hospice care services for terminally ill inmates; authorize MDOC to provide for those confined in facilities under MDOC jurisdiction.
Analysis:
63. 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.
64. HB 972
Not Rated
Bottom land leasing for oyster production; create a pilot program for.
Analysis:
65. HB 974
Neutral
Airport authorities; authorize to provide dependent health insurance coverage as employment benefit.
Analysis:
66. HB 990
Not Rated
Memorial highway and bridge; designate in Warren County for Margaret Gilmer.
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67. HB 1002
Not Rated
Memorial Highway; designate segment in Copiah County as the 'Carroll V. Hood Memorial Highway'.
Analysis:
68. HB 1005
Bad Policy
Nursing and Respiratory Therapy Education Incentive Program; create.
Analysis:
69. HB 1006
Bad Policy
ARPA Workforce Development and Retention Act; create.
Analysis:
70. HB 1017
Not Rated
Justice court clerk; authorize two or more counties to enter into an agreement for the appointment of a.
Analysis:
71. HB 1029
Bad Policy
Mississippi Broadband Accessibility Act; create.
Analysis:
72. HB 1031
Bad Policy
Capital City Water/Sewer Projects Fund; create and require DFA to develop plan for improvements projects.
Analysis:
73. 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.
74. HB 1052
Neutral
MS Department of Corrections; provide for Deputy Commissioner for Workforce Development.
Analysis:
75. HB 1056
Not Rated
Professional Counseling Compact; create.
Analysis:
76. HB 1057
Not Rated
Department of Marine Resources; revise acreage of bottom authorized to be leased by.
Analysis:
77. 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
78. HB 1067
Not Rated
Child support; provide for imputation guidelines.
Analysis:
79. HB 1073
Not Rated
Bridges and culverts; revise laws regarding.
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80. HB 1093
Not Rated
PEER Committee; require to review effectiveness of the Mississippi Development Authority Tourism Advertising Fund.
Analysis:
81. HB 1097
Not Rated
Counties and municipalities; authorize to lease facilities that are to be utilized as fire stations.
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82. HB 1098
Not Rated
Fire protection districts; prohibit charging of fees when board of supervisors has levied special tax for.
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83. HB 1101
Neutral
Trip optimizer system; provide moratorium on the application of to state agencies.
Analysis:
84. HB 1108
Neutral
Taxation; authorize income tax credit for certain railroad expenditures, allow ad valorem tax exemption for certain property.
Analysis: Neutral
85. HB 1113
Not Rated
Memorial intersection; designate intersection in Clarke County as the 'PFC Damian Laquasha Heidelberg Memorial Intersection.'
Analysis:
86. HB 1130
Not Rated
Department of Marine Resources; revise license issued for seafood dealers and seafood processors.
Analysis:
87. 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:
88. HB 1132
Not Rated
Private food service; authorize Department of Finance and Administration to solicit proposals for certain state properties.
Analysis:
89. HB 1135
Not Rated
Advanced plastic recycling; define terms relating to.
Analysis:
90. HB 1162
Neutral
Income tax; extend repealer on tax credit for certain charges for using certain port and airport facilities.
Analysis:
91. HB 1163
Bad Policy
Sales tax; revise definition of 'installation charges' to exclude labor services in connection with residential roofing.
Analysis:
92. HB 1164
Bad Policy
Mississippi Development Authority; revise authority regarding implementation of federal State Small Business Credit Initiative Act of 2010.
Analysis:
93. 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.
94. 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.
95. HB 1187
Neutral
Mississippi Insurance E-Commerce Model Act; enact.
Analysis:
96. HB 1214
Not Rated
Carbon dioxide geologic sequestration; revise laws regarding.
Analysis:
97. HB 1222
Good Policy
Line-Item Appropriation Transparency Act; make certain technical amendments to.
Analysis:
98. HB 1247
Neutral
Institutions of Higher Learning; authorize to negotiate long-term lease of property administered by State Port Authority.
Analysis:
99. HB 1313
Bad Policy
'Representative Bill Kinkade Fostering Access and Inspiring True Hope (FAITH) Scholarship Program Act'; create.
Analysis:
100. HB 1323
Bad Policy
Tallahatchie River Authority; create.
Analysis:
101. HB 1328
Not Rated
Mississippi Industries for the Blind; revise authority to enter into certain agreements and contracts.
Analysis:
102. HB 1331
Not Rated
Election commissioners; require skills assessment for every four years instead of every year.
Analysis:
103. HB 1341
Not Rated
Municipal candidates; clarify residency requirements of certain.
Analysis:
104. 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.
105. HB 1351
Neutral
Affidavit of Scrivener's Error; revise recording of.
Analysis:
106. HB 1353
Not Rated
Budget process; bring forward various sections relating to.
Analysis:
107. HB 1360
Not Rated
Banks and savings associations; align merger approval with the Mississippi Business Corporation Act.
Analysis:
108. HB 1365
Good Policy
Elections; prohibit state and local officials from soliciting and/or accepting private funds for.
Analysis:
109. HB 1378
Not Rated
Memorial highways; designate in Prentiss County.
Analysis:
110. HB 1388
Good Policy
Comprehensive Career and Technical Reform Act; create.
Analysis:
111. HB 1408
Bad Policy
Sheriffs' salaries; increase.
Analysis:
112. HB 1416
Good Policy
Students in public schools; allow to participate in political activities with certain restrictions.
Analysis:
113. HB 1421
Bad Policy
ARPA Rural Water Associations Infrastructure Grant Programs; establish under Department of Health.
Analysis:
114. HB 1423
Bad Policy
State Appellate and trial judges and District Attorneys; increase salaries of.
Analysis:
115. HB 1424
Not Rated
Criminal investigators; increase salaries of and provide for additional appointments of.
Analysis:
116. HB 1426
Bad Policy
Salary statutes; revise certain provisions relating to salaries of state employees and officials.
Analysis:
117. HB 1427
Neutral
Mississippi Law Enforcement and Fire Fighters Premium Pay Program; create.
Analysis: Law enforcement and public safety are core functions of govt
118. HB 1430
Good Policy
Motor vehicle title; authorize beneficiary designation.
Analysis:
119. HB 1440
Bad Policy
City of Natchez and Adams County; authorize contributions to Natchez, Incorporated.
Analysis:
120. HB 1441
Bad Policy
Town of Oakland; authorize tourism tax on prepared food and drinks at restaurants and prepared food at convenience stores.
Analysis:
121. HB 1479
Neutral
Mississippi Department of Corrections Commissioner; revise authority to inflict the death penalty.
Analysis:
122. HB 1485
Not Rated
Harvest permits; extend repealer on provisions establishing maximum weight and approved routes of vehicles.
Analysis:
123. HB 1486
Not Rated
CDLs; require Commissioner of DPS to provide for waivers of certain tests.
Analysis:
124. HB 1509
Good Policy
COVID-19 vaccine mandate; prohibit state and local government from imposing.
Analysis:
125. HB 1510
Good Policy
Elections; revise procedures regarding voter roll maintenance.
Analysis:
126. HB 1517
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Office of Workforce Development for various activities and programs.
Analysis:
127. HB 1518
Bad Policy
Appropriation; DFA for providing funds to destination marketing organizations for certain marketing activities.
Analysis:
128. HB 1521
Bad Policy
Appropriation; IHL for funding Nursing and Respiratory Therapy Education Incentive Program.
Analysis:
129. HB 1523
Bad Policy
City of Saltillo; authorize tourism tax on hotels, motels and restaurants.
Analysis:
130. HB 1525
Bad Policy
City of Richland; extend repealer on bar and restaurant tourism tax.
Analysis:
131. HB 1526
Bad Policy
City of Richland; extend date of repeal on hotel/motel; tourism tax.
Analysis:
132. HB 1529
Not Rated
Income tax; revise definition of gross income and authorize deduction for certain expenses.
Analysis:
133. HB 1533
Bad Policy
Town of Byhalia; reenact hotel and motel tax and extend repeal date until July 1, 2026.
Analysis:
134. 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
135. 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
136. 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
137. HB 1538
Neutral
Appropriation; Department of Health for ARPA Rural Water Associations Infrastructure Grant Program.
Analysis:
138. HB 1542
Neutral
Appropriation; additional to DPS for the Mississippi Law Enforcement and Fire Fighters Premium Pay Program.
Analysis:
139. HB 1547
Bad Policy
City of Starkville; extend repeal date on economic development, tourism/convention tax.
Analysis:
140. 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:
141. 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:
142. HB 1565
Bad Policy
City of Jackson; extend repeal date on convention and visitors bureau.
Analysis:
143. HB 1581
Not Rated
Appropriation; Athletic Commission.
Analysis:
144. HB 1582
Not Rated
Appropriation; Auctioneers Commission.
Analysis:
145. HB 1583
Not Rated
Appropriation; Barber Examiners, Board of.
Analysis:
146. HB 1584
Not Rated
Appropriation; Cosmetology, Board of.
Analysis:
147. HB 1585
Not Rated
Appropriation; Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists, Board of Examiners for.
Analysis:
148. HB 1586
Not Rated
Appropriation; Medical Licensure, Board of.
Analysis:
149. HB 1587
Not Rated
Appropriation; Nursing, Board of.
Analysis:
150. HB 1588
Not Rated
Appropriation; Nursing Home Administrators, Board of.
Analysis:
151. HB 1589
Not Rated
Appropriation; Optometry, Board of.
Analysis:
152. HB 1590
Not Rated
Appropriation; Physical Therapy Board.
Analysis:
153. HB 1591
Not Rated
Appropriation; Psychology, Board of.
Analysis:
154. HB 1592
Not Rated
Appropriation; Engineers and Land Surveyors, Board of Registration for Professional.
Analysis:
155. HB 1593
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Insurance, Department of.
Analysis:
156. HB 1594
Neutral
Appropriation; Fire Academy.
Analysis:
157. HB 1595
Neutral
Appropriation; Public Employees' Retirement System.
Analysis:
158. HB 1596
Not Rated
Appropriation: Real Estate Commission and Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board.
Analysis:
159. HB 1597
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Legislative expenses.
Analysis:
160. HB 1598
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Arts Commission.
Analysis:
161. HB 1599
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Archives and History, Department of.
Analysis:
162. HB 1600
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Education, Department of.
Analysis:
163. HB 1601
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Educational Television, Authority for.
Analysis:
164. HB 1602
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Library Commission.
Analysis:
165. HB 1603
Not Rated
Appropriation; reappropriation, DFA - Bureau of Building - FY22.
Analysis:
166. HB 1604
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Environmental Quality, Department of.
Analysis:
167. HB 1605
Neutral
Appropriation; Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, Department of.
Analysis:
168. HB 1606
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Grand Gulf Military Monument Commission.
Analysis:
169. HB 1608
Neutral
Appropriation; Oil and Gas Board.
Analysis:
170. HB 1609
Neutral
Appropriation; Public Service Commission.
Analysis:
171. HB 1610
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Public Utilities Staff.
Analysis:
172. HB 1611
Neutral
Appropriation; Human Services, Department of.
Analysis:
173. HB 1612
Neutral
Appropriation; Rehabilitation Services, Department of.
Analysis:
174. HB 1613
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Medicaid, Division of.
Analysis:
175. HB 1614
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Health, Department of.
Analysis:
176. HB 1615
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Foresters, Board of Registration for.
Analysis:
177. HB 1616
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Forestry Commission.
Analysis:
178. HB 1617
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Soil and Water Conservation Commission.
Analysis:
179. HB 1618
Not Rated
Appropriation; Pat Harrison Waterway District.
Analysis:
180. HB 1619
Not Rated
Appropriation; Pearl River Valley Water Supply District.
Analysis:
181. HB 1620
Not Rated
Appropriation; Port Authority, State.
Analysis:
182. HB 1621
Not Rated
Appropriation; Tombigbee River Valley Water Management District.
Analysis:
183. HB 1622
Not Rated
Appropriation; Yellow Creek State Inland Port Authority.
Analysis:
184. HB 1623
Not Rated
Appropriation; Veterans' Home Purchase Board.
Analysis:
185. HB 1624
Neutral
Appropriation; Marine Resources, Department of.
Analysis:
186. HB 1625
Neutral
Appropriation; District attorneys and staff.
Analysis:
187. HB 1626
Neutral
Appropriation; Capital Post-Conviction Counsel, Office of.
Analysis:
188. HB 1627
Neutral
Appropriation; State Public Defender, Office of.
Analysis:
189. HB 1628
Neutral
Appropriation; Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and trial judges services.
Analysis:
190. HB 1629
Neutral
Appropriation; Attorney General.
Analysis:
191. HB 1630
Neutral
Appropriation; Transportation, Department of.
Analysis:
192. HB 1664
Neutral
Appropriation; DFA - Office of Insurance for State and School Employees' Life and Health Insurance Plan.
Analysis:
193. 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:
194. HB 1674
Bad Policy
Town of Raleigh; authorize a tax on restaurants to promote tourism, parks and recreation.
Analysis:
195. HB 1685
Not Rated
Pregnancy Resource Act; create.
Analysis:
196. HB 1691
Good Policy
Income tax; revise certain provisions relating pass-through entities.
Analysis:
197. HB 1694
Neutral
City of Gulfport; authorize to contribute funds to a motor vehicle transportation system commission.
Analysis:
198. HB 1719
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Angela Porter-Williams of Amite County.
Analysis:
199. HB 1730
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Ray Ferrell of Harrison County.
Analysis:
200. HB 1731
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Deborah Ledbetter of Hinds County.
Analysis:
201. HB 1732
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Annie Mae Grant of Hinds County.
Analysis:
202. HB 1735
Neutral
City of Oxford; authorize expansion of water system for a certain distance outside of city to serve Punkin Water Association.
Analysis:
203. HB 1740
Bad Policy
City of Fulton; authorize a tax on restaurants to promote tourism, parks and recreation.
Analysis:
204. 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.
205. 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.
206. 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.
207. 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.
208. 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.
209. HB 1748
Bad Policy
Town of Shuqualak; authorize expansion of water services provided by.
Analysis:
210. 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.
211. HB 1756
Neutral
City of New Albany; authorize expansion of its gas system within a certain area outside its corporate limits.
Analysis:
212. 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.
213. HB 1758
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to LaTonya Woodson of Warren County.
Analysis:
214. HB 1759
Not Rated
Holmes County; authorize to provide certain compensation for county patrol officers.
Analysis:
215. 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.
216. HB 1762
Not Rated
Clinton/Raymond/Bolton Wastewater Authority Act; create.
Analysis:
217. HB 1763
Not Rated
Kemper County; authorize to enter into certain contracts to fund capital costs to extend natural gas services in.
Analysis:
218. 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:
219. HB 1769
Not Rated
Eminent domain; prohibit transfer of property acquired by for 10 years after acquisition.
Analysis:
220. HC 1
Resolution
Gary Jude Harkins; commend life and legacy upon his passing.
Analysis:
221. HC 8
Resolution
Mississippi State University Bulldogs Baseball Team; commend for winning the 2021 NCAA Baseball National Championship.
Analysis:
222. HC 11
Resolution
Lieutenant Toby Johnson; commend for service during Hurricane Ida.
Analysis:
223. HC 12
Resolution
Firefighter Linc Tucker; commend for meritorious service.
Analysis:
224. HC 13
Resolution
Samuel Larry Richey; commend his life upon his passing.
Analysis:
225. HC 14
Resolution
Vietnam War Veterans; recognize and honor those exposed to Agent Orange.
Analysis:
226. HC 15
Resolution
Mr. George Smith; commend his life and legacy upon his passing.
Analysis:
227. HC 17
Resolution
Carroll V. Hood; commend life and legacy upon his passing.
Analysis:
228. HC 21
Resolution
State of the State; authorize joint session for January 25, 2022, at 4:00 p.m.
Analysis:
229. HC 33
Resolution
James A. Barber; commend service as Executive Director of PEER upon his retirement.
Analysis:
230. HC 37
Resolution
Tardive Dyskinesia Awareness Week; recognize May 1-7, 2022, as week of observance in Mississippi.
Analysis:
231. HC 38
Resolution
MS Funeral Directors Association; commend and express gratitude to funeral service professionals for selfless work during COVID-19 pandemic.
Analysis:
232. HC 43
Resolution
Scott Central High School Football Team; commend and congratulate upon winning Class 2A State Championship.
Analysis:
233. HC 44
Resolution
Ole Miss Rebels All Girl Cheerleading Team; commend and congratulate on winning 2022 UCA Division 1A Game Day National Championship.
Analysis:
234. HC 45
Resolution
Ole Miss Rebels Women's Golf Team; commend and congratulate upon winning 2021 NCAA Division I National Championship.
Analysis:
235. HC 46
Resolution
'Phillip Cameron Hendry Mississippi Mosquito and West Nile Virus Awareness Week'; designate April 11-17, 2022, as.
Analysis:
236. HC 47
Resolution
Retired Brigadier General Martha Jo Leslie; commend her life upon her passing.
Analysis:
237. HC 48
Resolution
Chief M.E. 'Gene' Waldrop; commend upon his 50 years of police service in the State of Mississippi.
Analysis:
238. HC 49
Resolution
Northwest Mississippi Community College Football Team; commend on winning MACCC State Championship.
Analysis:
239. HC 50
Resolution
Brittney Reese; commend and congratulate successes as an Olympic medalist.
Analysis:
240. HC 51
Resolution
Northwest Mississippi Community College Cheer Team; commend upon winning the 2022 Open Small Co-Ed National Championship.
Analysis:
241. HC 53
Resolution
Dr. Sam Polles; recognize upon occasion of his retirement as Executive Director of MDWFP.
Analysis:
242. HC 54
Resolution
Raleigh High School Lions Football Team; commend upon winning South State MHSAA Class 3A Championship.
Analysis:
243. HC 55
Resolution
Former Representative Michael Weston Janus; commend laudable career and public service of upon his passing.
Analysis:
244. HC 57
Resolution
Ole Miss Rebels All Girl Cheerleading Team; commend team and coaching staff on winning 2022 UCA Division 1A.
Analysis:
245. HC 58
Resolution
Colonel Stanley A. Martin; commend service upon retirement.
Analysis:
246. HC 59
Resolution
Roger 'Big John' Earl Robinson; mourn loss and commemorate life and service of upon his passing.
Analysis:
247. HC 60
Resolution
Simpson Academy Cougars Boys Basketball Team; commend for winning the MHSAA Class 5A State Championship.
Analysis:
248. HC 61
Resolution
Hunter Luis Melendez; commend upon being named 2021 MS State Games - Male Athlete of the Year.
Analysis:
249. HC 62
Resolution
Cooper Conner; commend and upon being named 2021 MS State Games - Youth Athlete of the Year.
Analysis:
250. HC 63
Resolution
Tere Turner; commend upon being named 2021 MS State Games - Female Athlete of the Year.
Analysis:
251. HC 64
Resolution
Laura Bivins; commend and congratulate upon winning the U.S. Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science.
Analysis:
252. HC 65
Resolution
Madeline Zimmerman; commend for being selected as Instructor of the Year at the Jackson County Campus of MGCCC.
Analysis:
253. HC 66
Resolution
Jo Anne Daniels; commend for being selected as Instructor of the Year at the Jefferson Davis Campus of MGCCC.
Analysis:
254. HC 67
Resolution
Monica Donohue; commend for being selected as Instructor of the Year at the Harrison County Campus of MGCCC.
Analysis:
255. HC 68
Resolution
Mandy Withrow; commend for being selected as Instructor of the Year at the George County Center of MGCCC.
Analysis:
256. HC 69
Resolution
Darlene Bush; commend for being selected as Instructor of the Year at the Perkinston Campus of MGCCC.
Analysis:
257. HC 70
Resolution
Angela Butler; commend for being selected as Instructor of the Year at the Perkinston Campus of the MGCCC.
Analysis:
258. HC 71
Resolution
International Women's Month; designate month of March 2022 as for statewide observance.
Analysis:
259. HC 73
Resolution
John Girard Guthrie; commend life and legacy upon his passing.
Analysis:
260. HC 74
Resolution
Zeb Andrews Hughes and Jameson Med Gunner Palmer; commend lives and legacies of and encourage boating safety awareness.
Analysis:
261. HC 75
Resolution
Hilda Louise Smith Casin; commend life, service and accomplishments of.
Analysis:
262. HC 76
Resolution
Mississippi High School Activities Association; commend and congratulate upon its centennial anniversary.
Analysis:
263. HC 77
Resolution
Russian invasion of Ukraine; condemn.
Analysis:
264. HC 78
Resolution
Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; commend upon 100th anniversary of.
Analysis:
265. HC 79
Resolution
Millicent 'Mandy' Gunter; commend for receiving the 2020 Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching.
Analysis:
266. HC 80
Resolution
Bobbie Gentry; commend Chickasaw County native, legendary and renowned singer-songwriter.
Analysis:
267. HC 81
Resolution
Global Reman Day; designate April 14, 2022, as period of observation in the State of Mississippi.
Analysis:
268. HC 82
Resolution
Mississippi Export Railroad; commend upon occasion of 100th anniversary.
Analysis:
269. HC 83
Resolution
Pine Grove High School Boys Basketball Team; commend for winning MHSAA Class 2A Boys Basketball State Championship.
Analysis:
270. HC 84
Resolution
City of McComb; commend upon the 150th anniversary of its founding.
Analysis:
271. HC 85
Resolution
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Trauma Awareness Day; recognize June 20, 2022.
Analysis:
272. HC 86
Resolution
Poised Pearls of Laurel of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Inc.; congratulate upon the charter of a graduate chapter.
Analysis:
273. HC 87
Resolution
The Commercial Dispatch; commend and congratulate on 100th anniversary.
Analysis:
274. HC 88
Resolution
Bob Tyler; commend life of service to Yalobusha County and State of Mississippi.
Analysis:
275. HC 89
Resolution
Legislature; extend 2022 Regular Session, suspend deadlines for certain bills, and set date of sine die adjournment.
Analysis:
276. HC 90
Resolution
Legislature; change date of sine die adjournment of the 2022 Regular Session.
Analysis:
277. HR 1
Resolution
Dr. Alton Cobb; commend the life and legacy upon his passing.
Analysis:
278. HR 3
Resolution
Head Coach Deion Sanders; commend upon being named the 2021 SWAC Coach of the Year.
Analysis:
279. HR 4
Resolution
Jackson State University; commend upon winning 2021 SWAC Championship.
Analysis:
280. HR 6
Resolution
Dennis Craig Grisham; honor life upon his passing and express deep sympathy.
Analysis:
281. HR 9
Resolution
Joe F. Sanderson, Jr.; commend upon celebration of his 75th birthday and leadership of Sanderson Farms.
Analysis:
282. HR 13
Resolution
City of Water Valley Electric Department, Tallahatchie Valley EPA and Tennessee Valley Authority; commend upon restoring electricity to Water Valley.
Analysis:
283. HR 14
Resolution
Mr. Mack Elmore Banks; commend life and legacy upon his passing.
Analysis:
284. HR 15
Resolution
Mrs. Sherry Ann Plunk Elmore; commend life and legacy upon her passing.
Analysis:
285. HR 16
Resolution
James A. Williams; commend his life and legacy upon his passing.
Analysis:
286. HR 17
Resolution
Mrs. Mary Lee Pearson-Finch; congratulate upon celebrating her 100th birthday.
Analysis:
287. HR 18
Resolution
Head Coach Bridget Carmody; commend for being named the 2021 National Federation of High School Coaches Association's Coach of the Year for swimming and diving.
Analysis:
288. HR 19
Resolution
Joe N. Lowery II; commend life and legacy upon his passing.
Analysis:
289. HR 20
Resolution
Hailey Frederiksen; commend and congratulate upon being crowned Miss Rodeo America 2022.
Analysis:
290. HR 21
Resolution
William Earl Bailey, Sr.; commend life upon his passing.
Analysis:
291. HR 22
Resolution
Bolton-Edwards Elementary/Middle School Rangers Basketball Teams; commend on winning 2021-2022 Championship for Central Mississippi Athletic Conference Division.
Analysis:
292. HR 23
Resolution
Rickey Medlocke; commend musical success and becoming a bona fide resident of Mississippi.
Analysis:
293. HR 24
Resolution
Lake High School Lady Hornets Fast-Pitch Softball Team; commend and congratulate on winning 2021 MHSAA Class 2A State Championship.
Analysis:
294. HR 25
Resolution
Pearl River Community College 'Wildcats' Cheer Squad; commend for winning the Universal Cheerleaders Association's All-Girl National Championship.
Analysis:
295. HR 26
Resolution
Kornfeld's Department Store; commend upon occasion of 100th anniversary.
Analysis:
296. HR 27
Resolution
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Epsilon Xi Lambda Chapter; commend upon 70th anniversary and its community service.
Analysis:
297. HR 28
Resolution
Nakobe Dean; congratulate National Champion Georgia Bulldogs outside linebacker from Horn Lake.
Analysis:
298. HR 29
Resolution
Kossuth High School Cheerleading Team; commend outstanding season of accomplishments.
Analysis:
299. HR 30
Resolution
Den Knecht; commend and recognize for service as a member of the Jackson County Economic Development Foundation.
Analysis:
300. HR 31
Resolution
Royce Cumbest; commend and recognize for service as a member of the Jackson County Economic Development Foundation.
Analysis:
301. HR 32
Resolution
Jerry St. Pe'; commend and recognize for service as a member of the Jackson County Economic Development Foundation.
Analysis:
302. HR 33
Resolution
Hickory Flat High School Lady Rebels Volleyball Team; commend for winning the MHSAA Class 1A Girls Volleyball State Championship.
Analysis:
303. HR 34
Resolution
Stetson Bennett IV; commend stellar career and athletic accomplishments with the University of Georgia Bulldogs Football Team.
Analysis:
304. HR 35
Resolution
Richland High School Boys Soccer Team; commend on winning MHSAA Class 4A State Championship.
Analysis:
305. HR 36
Resolution
Florence High School Girls Soccer Team; commend upon winning first MHSAA Class 5A State Championship.
Analysis:
306. HR 37
Resolution
Picayune High School 'Maroon Tide' Football Team; commend upon winning the MHSAA 5A State Championship.
Analysis:
307. HR 38
Resolution
Bay Springs Bulldogs; commend and congratulate upon winning the MHSAA 1A State Championship.
Analysis:
308. HR 39
Resolution
Sheryl Smith Askew; commend the life and legacy upon the passing of.
Analysis:
309. HR 40
Resolution
Chief Wayne H. Payne; commend upon his retirement.
Analysis:
310. HR 41
Resolution
Bryan Caldwell; commend upon retirement as athletic director of Gulfport High School.
Analysis:
311. HR 42
Resolution
Flora Brown; commend life and legacy upon her passing.
Analysis:
312. HR 43
Resolution
Carmelita Joyce Hanshaw Scott; honor life and legacy upon her passing.
Analysis:
313. HR 45
Resolution
Hernando High School Lady Tigers Softball Team; commend for winning the 2021 MHSAA Class 6A State Championship.
Analysis:
314. HR 46
Resolution
Corinth High School Cheer Team; commend and congratulate upon outstanding season of competition.
Analysis:
315. HR 47
Resolution
West Harrison High School Cheerleading Team; commend on winning second consecutive UCA National High School Cheer Championship.
Analysis:
316. HR 48
Resolution
Veniti Annette Hall Williams; commend her life and legacy upon her passing.
Analysis:
317. HR 49
Resolution
Northwest Rankin High School Lady Cougars Soccer Team; commend for winning MHSAA Class 6A Girls Soccer State Championship.
Analysis:
318. HR 50
Resolution
Myrtle Attendance Center Fast-pitch Softball Team; commend upon winning MHSAA Class 1A State Championship.
Analysis:
319. HR 51
Resolution
East Union Attendance Center Urchins Boys Bowling Team; commend and congratulate on winning Class 1A State Championship.
Analysis:
320. HR 52
Resolution
Ingomar Attendance Center Lady Falcons Basketball Team; commend and congratulate upon winning Class 1A State Championship.
Analysis:
321. HR 53
Resolution
Raymond High School Lady Rangers Track and Field Team; commend and congratulate upon winning Class 4A State Championship.
Analysis:
322. HR 54
Resolution
Linda Ross Aldy; commend legacy and service upon her retirement.
Analysis:
323. HR 55
Resolution
Dr. G.A. 'Sonny' Rush; honor life and legacy upon his passing.
Analysis:
324. HR 56
Resolution
Pat Thomasson; recognize and commend as first female Chair of the Board of Directors of the Mississippi Manufacturers Association.
Analysis:
325. HR 57
Resolution
Major General Billy M. Nabors; commend exemplary and outstanding service of to the Mississippi National Guard upon his retirement.
Analysis:
326. HR 58
Resolution
Eddie James Stepney; commend life and legacy upon his passing.
Analysis:
327. HR 59
Resolution
Puckett High School Wolves Girls Basketball Team; commend on winning 2021-2022 MHSAA Class 2A District 6 Championship.
Analysis:
328. HR 60
Resolution
Grayson Green McNeil; commend for representing the State of Mississippi at Mrs. America 2021.
Analysis:
329. HR 61
Resolution
Hattie Mae Fielder Hudnall; commend her life and legacy upon her passing.
Analysis:
330. HR 62
Resolution
Johnny Allen Morrow; commend his life and legacy upon his passing.
Analysis:
331. HR 63
Resolution
Dr. Dorothy 'Dot' J. Benford; commend the life, legacy and contributions upon her passing.
Analysis:
332. HR 64
Resolution
William Carey University's School of Education; acknowledge and commend success of in combatting teacher shortages in the State of Mississippi.
Analysis:
333. HR 65
Resolution
Erin and Ben Napier; honor and commend for being stellar hosts of the 'Home Town' television series.
Analysis:
334. HR 66
Resolution
Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; commend upon 100th anniversary of.
Analysis:
335. HR 67
Resolution
City of Jackson; commend upon its bicentennial celebration.
Analysis:
336. HR 68
Resolution
Mize Attendance Center Bulldogs Varsity Cheer Squad; commend on second place at UCA National Competition.
Analysis:
337. HR 69
Resolution
Meridian High School Lady Wildcats Basketball Team; commend and congratulate on winning the MHSAA Class 6A State Championship.
Analysis:
338. HR 70
Resolution
Women's History Month; commend and congratulate honorees for contributions promoting women's excellence and empowerment in Mississippi.
Analysis:
339. HR 71
Resolution
Samuel Earl Wilson III; mourn loss and commend life and legacy upon his passing.
Analysis:
340. HR 72
Resolution
Honorable Judge Patricia D. Wise; commend esteemed legal and judicial career upon her retirement.
Analysis:
341. HR 73
Resolution
East Union Attendance Center Lady Urchins Powerlifting Team; commend upon winning MHSAA Class 1A State Championship.
Analysis:
342. HR 74
Resolution
Fredrick (Fred) George Burns; commend his life and legacy upon his passing.
Analysis:
343. HR 75
Resolution
W.C. Handy; commend induction into the 2022 Class of the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience Hall of Fame.
Analysis:
344. HR 76
Resolution
Sam Cooke; commend induction into the 2022 Class of the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience Hall of Fame.
Analysis:
345. HR 77
Resolution
Hilda Louise Smith Casin; commend life, service and accomplishments of.
Analysis:
346. HR 78
Resolution
Linda Gavin; commend distinguished career upon her retirement.
Analysis:
347. HR 79
Resolution
Mississippi Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Ocean Springs; recognize upon its 25th anniversary.
Analysis:
348. HR 80
Resolution
Shake Rag; commemorate the legacy of the community.
Analysis:
349. HR 81
Resolution
Benton High School Class of 1972; recognize upon occasion of their 50th class reunion.
Analysis:
350. HR 82
Resolution
Lusia 'Lucy' Mae Harris Stewart; honor life and legacy as the first and only woman ever officially drafted by the NBA and express sympathy upon her passing.
Analysis:
351. HR 83
Resolution
Liska Wallace; commend upon being named an Extraordinary Educator for 2022.
Analysis:
352. HR 84
Resolution
Alice Walker; commend induction into the 2022 Class of the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience Hall of Fame.
Analysis:
353. HR 85
Resolution
Judge Denise Owens; commend for 33 years of exemplary service as Hinds County District 3 Chancery Judge, and congratulate upon retirement.
Analysis:
354. HR 86
Resolution
Honorable Fred Lee Banks, Jr.; commend and congratulate upon receiving the 2021 Lifetime Achievement Award.
Analysis:
355. HR 87
Resolution
Marty Stuart; commend for being inducted into the Hall of Fame Class of 2022 by The MAX.
Analysis:
356. HR 88
Resolution
Jason Sullivan and Monroe County Veterans Services Office; commend zealous advocacy.
Analysis:
357. HR 89
Resolution
Matthew Lambert; commend upon being named an Extraordinary Educator for 2022.
Analysis:
358. HR 90
Resolution
Sharicka Gray; commend upon being named an Extraordinary Educator for 2022.
Analysis:
359. HR 91
Resolution
Becki Cope; commend upon being named an Extraordinary Educator for 2022.
Analysis:
360. HR 92
Resolution
Daylight saving time; urge Congress and President Biden to enact legislation making year-round.
Analysis:
361. HR 93
Resolution
Ida B. Wells; commend induction into the 2022 Class of the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience Hall of Fame.
Analysis:
362. HR 94
Resolution
Raymond High School Boys Basketball Team; commend upon winning MHSAA Class 4A State Championship.
Analysis:
363. HR 95
Resolution
Ann Tucker; commend for outstanding 62-year teaching career.
Analysis:
364. HR 96
Resolution
Dr. Mac Huddleston; commend upon being honored as the 2022 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient by the Mississippi Veterinary Medical Association.
Analysis:
365. HR 97
Resolution
Joyce Isabelle Green Harrison; commend upon the occasion of her 102nd birthday.
Analysis:
366. HR 98
Resolution
Zeb Andrews Hughes and Jameson Med Gunner Palmer; commend lives and legacies of and encourage boating safety awareness.
Analysis:
367. HR 99
Resolution
Dean Patricia W. Bennett; commend distinguished legal career upon her retirement.
Analysis:
368. HR 100
Resolution
Judge Tomie Turner Green; commend distinguished career upon her retirement.
Analysis:
369. HR 101
Resolution
Lake High School Lady Hornets Basketball Team; commend upon winning the MHSAA Class 2A State Championship.
Analysis:
370. HR 102
Resolution
New Hope Elementary, Middle and High schools and their amazing teacher and Coach Susanna 'Susie' Oglesby; commend on winning the state VEX Robotics Championship.
Analysis:
371. HR 103
Resolution
Booneville High School Blue Devils Boys Basketball Team; commend upon winning MHSAA Class 3A State Championship.
Analysis:
372. HR 104
Resolution
Booneville High School Lady Blue Devils Basketball Team, commend upon winning MHSAA Class 3A State Championship.
Analysis:
373. HR 105
Resolution
American oil and natural gas; urge President of the United States to take measures to support.
Analysis:
374. HR 106
Resolution
Mississippi Workers' Center for Human Rights; commend upon 25th anniversary.
Analysis:
375. HR 107
Resolution
Neshoba Central High School Lady Rockets Basketball Team; commend for winning MHSAA Class 5A Girls Basketball State Championship.
Analysis:
376. HR 108
Resolution
City of McComb; commend upon the 150th anniversary of its founding.
Analysis:
377. HR 109
Resolution
South Jones High School Marching Band; commend for first place Class 1A at the 2021 Bands of America Regional Competition.
Analysis:
378. HR 110
Resolution
Jones Junior College Bobcats Cheerleading Team; commend on winning Open Coed Division - 2022 UCA College Championship.
Analysis:
379. HR 111
Resolution
Robinson-Watson Book Company; commend for 29 years of promoting entrepreneurship and economic development.
Analysis:
380. HR 112
Resolution
Hazlehurst Funeral Home; commend for many years of outstanding service.
Analysis:
381. HR 113
Resolution
Mu Xi Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.; commend upon 45th anniversary of receiving charter.
Analysis:
382. HR 114
Resolution
Jasper Earl Perry; mourn the loss and commend the life of upon his passing.
Analysis:
383. HR 115
Resolution
Burgis M. Ford; commend the military service of while serving with the 51st Regiment, United States Colored Infantry.
Analysis:
384. HR 116
Resolution
Bishop C. James King, Jr.; commend ministerial service.
Analysis:
385. HR 117
Resolution
Alcorn State University Lady Braves Cross Country Team; commend upon winning the 2021 SWAC Championship.
Analysis:
386. HR 118
Resolution
Alcorn State University Braves Men's Basketball Team; commend on winning the 2022 SWAC Regular Season Championship.
Analysis:
387. HR 119
Resolution
Bob Tyler; commend life of service to Yalobusha County and the State of Mississippi.
Analysis:
388. HR 120
Resolution
Lyniece Fleming; commend upon the occasion of her retirement.
Analysis:
389. HR 121
Resolution
Copiah Academy High School Colonels Boys Soccer Team; commend and congratulate on winning the 2021-2022 State Championship.
Analysis:
390. HR 122
Resolution
Dr. Thomas Dobbs; commend for his service to Mississippi during his time as State Health Officer.
Analysis:
391. HR 123
Resolution
Clinton High School Boys Basketball Team; commend for winning MHSAA Class 6A Boys Basketball Championship.
Analysis:
392. JR 1
Not Rated
Mississippi House of Representatives; reapportion.
Analysis:
393. JR 202
Not Rated
Mississippi Senate; reapportion.
Analysis:
394. SB 2004
Neutral
Public lands; extend repealer on section prescribing who may purchase.
Analysis: Neutral
395. SB 2007
Bad Policy
Honey; revise definition of for purposes of labeling requirements enforced by the Mississippi Department of Agriculture.
Analysis:
396. SB 2010
Neutral
Hunting; allow air guns, air bows and pre-charged pneumatic weapons, and authorize special seasons for CWD sample collection.
Analysis:
397. SB 2018
Neutral
MS Department of Banking and Consumer Finance conduct periodic joint-bank examinations; extend repealer.
Analysis: Neutral
398. SB 2029
Neutral
Laws that provide for camps for 4-H Club and that provide for the maintenance of herds at state institutions; repeal.
Analysis: Neutral
399. SB 2034
Neutral
Intestacy; revise provisions for venue.
Analysis: Neutral
400. SB 2039
Neutral
Real estate appraisal management companies; extend repealer on registration provisions.
Analysis: Neutral
401. SB 2063
Neutral
Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of 'qualified resort area' under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.
Analysis:
402. SB 2076
Neutral
Derelict vessels; provide certain requirements for the removal of.
Analysis:
403. SB 2077
Bad Policy
Mississippi Healthy Food Families Program; create.
Analysis:
404. SB 2095
Not Rated
Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act; create.
Analysis:
405. SB 2097
Not Rated
MS Real Estate Commission; require to establish program using administrative hearing officers.
Analysis:
406. SB 2113
Good Policy
Critical Race Theory; prohibit.
Analysis:
407. SB 2120
Neutral
Department of Public Safety; revise salaries of officers.
Analysis:
408. SB 2155
Bad Policy
City of Laurel; authorize tax on hotels and motels to promote tourism.
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.
409. SB 2158
Bad Policy
Mississippi Groundwater Protection Trust Fund; authorize payment of administrative costs.
Analysis: This bill appropriates an extra 1 million dollars for the administrative costs of the underground storage tank program.
410. SB 2159
Good Policy
Mississippi Flexible Tax Incentive Act; create.
Analysis:
411. SB 2223
Neutral
Distinctive motor vehicle license tags; authorize for 2021 National Championship Bulldogs.
Analysis:
412. SB 2245
Neutral
Voyeurism; revise sentencing.
Analysis: this is just a cleanup of existing law
413. SB 2246
Good Policy
Electronic search warrants; authorize issuance of in investigations of certain sex offenses against children.
Analysis:
414. SB 2263
Neutral
Chancery court; revise provisions concerning adoption and name change of incarcerated persons.
Analysis:
415. SB 2273
Good Policy
Probation and parole; authorize an offender's employer to submit regular information in lieu of meetings.
Analysis: This bill provides an option for the employer to submit the offender's documents and information, instead of requiring a meeting. This helps saves the offender from having to miss work and is a positive step in the direction of criminal justice reform.
416. SB 2319
Good Policy
Child support; authorize DHS to satisfy arrearages with unclaimed property.
Analysis: If enacted this would allow parents who are owed child support to place a claim on "unclaimed property" being held by the State Treasurer for the parent who is behind in their child support.
417. SB 2321
Good Policy
Human trafficking; create civil cause of action for engaging in or benefitting from.
Analysis:
418. SB 2335
Good Policy
State Fire Academy; remove limitation on the number of Emergency Medical Responder students trained per year.
Analysis: This bill removes the limit on emergency medical responder training. This provides more people the opportunity to be equipped to be emergency responders and provides Mississippians with more choice.
419. SB 2338
Good Policy
DHS Fraud Investigation Unit; require to report certain suspected civil or criminal violations to the State Auditor.
Analysis: This is a bill that Shad White asked for to help with their investigations.
420. SB 2357
Neutral
Volunteer firefighters; allow local governments to pay certain expenses for injury, illness and insurance.
Analysis:
421. SB 2358
Good Policy
Candidate filing fees; authorize parties to determine.
Analysis:
422. SB 2371
Bad Policy
Purchasing law; revise threshold for bid requirement and clarify use of reverse auction.
Analysis: This would cost the taxpayers $ by raising the limit from $50k to 75k on the bidding process. Currently anything over $50k has to go through the reverse auction process that would be increased to 75K. Government should always seek to get the lowest possible bids to save the taxpayers money.
423. SB 2421
Bad Policy
Physician grant funding from Qualified Health Center Grant Program; extend date of funding.
Analysis: This bill uses taxpayer dollars to pay the salaries of physicians.
424. SB 2422
Good Policy
Teacher procurement cards; revise deadlines to ensure teachers receive no later than September 1 of each year.
Analysis:
425. SB 2424
Good Policy
School district employee payroll; allow monthly or bimonthly payments.
Analysis:
426. SB 2430
Neutral
Educational Facilities Revolving Loan Fund Program; create for purpose of improving educational facilities.
Analysis:
427. SB 2431
Neutral
Procedure for the purchase of textbooks by the State Board of Education; revise provisions of.
Analysis:
428. SB 2437
Good Policy
Central Mississippi Correctional Facility; authorize pilot work initiative.
Analysis: Inmate work initiative program
429. SB 2461
Neutral
Landlord-tenant law; revise provisions of to create procedures and protection for evictions.
Analysis: This bill clarifies the process for tenant removal and makes it easier for landlords to remove delinquent tenants.
430. SB 2476
Bad Policy
Shellfish aquaculture farms; authorize Department of Marine Resources to license.
Analysis: The government should seek to deregulate commerce.
431. SB 2481
Neutral
Memorial highways; designate segment of MS-488 in Leake County as Hunky Cross Highway in memory of Austin Morrow & others.
Analysis:
432. SB 2505
Neutral
Hunting and fishing licenses; allow inclusion of organ donor registration.
Analysis:
433. SB 2507
Neutral
MS Transportation Commission; repayments to a public entity that advances funds may not include interest or other fees.
Analysis: Neutral but maybe good, ask questions
434. SB 2508
Bad Policy
Personal delivery devices; regulate.
Analysis:
435. SB 2509
Neutral
Outdoor advertising signs; revise height limit provisions.
Analysis: Neutral.
436. SB 2511
Good Policy
Saltwater shrimp Captain's License issued by MS Department of Marine Resources; delete requirement.
Analysis:
437. SB 2512
Bad Policy
City of Southaven; extend repeal date on restaurant tax.
Analysis:
438. SB 2513
Bad Policy
City of Olive Branch; authorize 1% tax on hotels and motels and issuance of bonds for tourism and parks and recreation.
Analysis:
439. SB 2514
Bad Policy
City of Hattiesburg; extend repeal date on hotel, motel and 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.
440. SB 2517
Bad Policy
Commercial motor vehicles; authorize voluntary inspection program.
Analysis:
441. SB 2519
Neutral
Motor vehicle loads; clarify provisions regarding illumination of loads extending beyond rear of vehicle.
Analysis: conference report removes house strike all and takes up the original senate bill. Bill calls for trucks transporting timber to have proper lighting on the timber if it goes beyond the rear of the trailer.
442. SB 2520
Neutral
Memorial highways; designate segment of Mississippi Highway 45 for Senator John White.
Analysis:
443. SB 2525
Neutral
MS Department of Archives and History property; authorize retention of buffer and access corridor on Champion Hill property.
Analysis:
444. SB 2543
Neutral
Department of Public Safety; revise provisions related to.
Analysis: Same bill as HB620
445. SB 2545
Bad Policy
Scrap metal; revise provisions of and prescribe certain conditions for the purchase of detached catalytic converters.
Analysis: This bill creates new criminal penalties and adds regulation.
446. SB 2600
Neutral
Recidivism; create study committee to review means to reduce through support, supervision and skills attainment.
Analysis:
447. SB 2620
Good Policy
Public records; award attorney's fees for duplicative requests.
Analysis: This bill will actually save taxpayer dollars by giving the judge the ability to require parties in cases who request multiple times the same public records to pay the costs incurred in producing those public records.
448. SB 2649
Good Policy
Mississippi National Guard retired list; clarify placement of federally recognized officers or men on.
Analysis:
449. SB 2669
Neutral
Insurance company licenses; perpetual until revoked or forfeited.
Analysis:
450. SB 2690
Neutral
Mississippi Intercollegiate Athletics Compensation Act and Mississippi Uniform Agents act; revise various provisions of.
Analysis:
451. SB 2700
Bad Policy
IHL; extend repealer date and create the Mississippi Association of Independent Colleges and Universities Grant Program.
Analysis: This bill gives ARPA money to private entities.
452. SB 2719
Not Rated
Annual salaries of county boards of supervisors; revise.
Analysis:
453. SB 2723
Bad Policy
Office of Workforce Development; revise how MS Works funds may be spent by and certain collaborations with.
Analysis:
454. SB 2725
Good Policy
Medical records; require health care providers to provide within 30 days of patient's or their representative's request.
Analysis:
455. SB 2735
Bad Policy
Pilot freestanding emergency room; require the Department of Health to issue not more than five licenses.
Analysis: This bill allows for rural emergency hospitals to be considered as free standing emergency rooms, but puts restrictions and protectionists licensure requirements on them
456. SB 2738
Bad Policy
Health insurance; revise mandated coverage for telemedicine services.
Analysis:
457. SB 2739
Bad Policy
Nonemergency medical transportation providers; require permit and set certain standards related to such service.
Analysis:
458. SB 2747
Bad Policy
Mississippi Native Spirit Law; correct privilege license tax amount to conform with Section 27-71-5(d).
Analysis:
459. SB 2769
Not Rated
Ad valorem tax; exempt property owned by a university or community college foundation or federally qualified health center.
Analysis:
460. SB 2770
Neutral
Income tax; extend repealer on job tax credit for certain water transportation enterprises.
Analysis:
461. SB 2773
Neutral
Income tax; extend repealer on credit for certain costs paid by a company in relocating national or regional headquarters to this state.
Analysis:
462. SB 2780
Not Rated
Budget; provide for various transfers, create several special funds, and create Independent Schools Infrastructure Grant Program.
Analysis:
463. SB 2781
Bad Policy
Appropriations; make various corrections to FY2022 appropriation bills.
Analysis: This bill appropriates millions of taxpayer dollars to fund local projects that should not be using state dollars.
464. SB 2806
Not Rated
Public purchases; prohibit reverse auctions for repair and remodeling of public facilities.
Analysis:
465. SB 2810
Good Policy
State employees; provide the terms and conditions for state employees to engage in telework.
Analysis: This bill removes regulations keeping government employees from engaging in telework under certain circumstances.
466. SB 2818
Not Rated
MS Department of Health and MS Department of Revenue; provide certain exemptions for operation required under Medical Cannabis Act.
Analysis:
467. SB 2820
Bad Policy
Covid-19 Hospital Expanded Capacity Program; require Department of Health to establish and administer.
Analysis:
468. SB 2822
Neutral
'Mississippi Water Infrastructure Grant Program Act of 2022'; establish.
Analysis:
469. SB 2831
Bad Policy
Taxation of Remote and internet-based Computer Software Products and Services Study Committee; create.
Analysis:
470. SB 2832
Neutral
Bonds; revise uses of IHL bond proceeds for Mississippi State University College of Architecture, Art and Design.
Analysis:
471. SB 2841
Not Rated
State Bond Commission; exend reverter on authority to determine appropriate method for the sale of bonds.
Analysis:
472. SB 2844
Bad Policy
Alcoholic Beverage Control Division; authorize construction of new warehouse and contracting for operations.
Analysis: The conference report allows for the use of taxpayer money for the construction of a new government warehouse.
473. SB 2846
Neutral
Mississippi Business Finance Corporation; extend repeal date on authority to issue bonds to finance economic development projects.
Analysis:
474. SB 2865
Neutral
Appropriation; Mental Health, Department of-ARPA funds.
Analysis:
475. SB 2879
Neutral
Mississippi Voting Modernization Act; enact.
Analysis:
476. SB 2885
Neutral
Partnership between Energy High School Academy and Vicksburg Warren and Claiborne school districts; extend date of repeal on.
Analysis:
477. SB 2887
Neutral
School Boards; allow to purchase electric vehicles for student transportation.
Analysis:
478. SB 2893
Neutral
Jackson State University; authorize public/private partnership to develop property owned by JSU Development Foundation.
Analysis:
479. SB 2898
Neutral
Certain municipalities allowed to establish overdue water/sewer payment programs; extend program repeal date.
Analysis:
480. SB 2899
Bad Policy
Community mental health centers; provide that health insurers may not deny the right to participate as a contract provider.
Analysis: This bill requires insurers to provide coverage for mental health treatment at certain mental health centers. This is an overreach of government.
481. SB 2913
Neutral
Counties; delete the duty of the clerk of the board of supervisors to report to the grand jury.
Analysis:
482. SB 2966
Not Rated
Appropriation; additional to the Revenue, Dep of-MS Medical Cannabis Act.
Analysis:
483. SB 2967
Not Rated
Appropriation; additional to the Health, Dep of-MS Medical Cannabis Act.
Analysis:
484. SB 2980
Not Rated
City of Jackson; authorize to continue contributions to Keep Jackson Beautiful, Inc.
Analysis:
485. SB 2981
Bad Policy
Bolivar County; authorize contributions to Bolivar County Community Action Agency and Fannie Lou Hamer Breast Cancer 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.
486. SB 2998
Not Rated
Town of Sardis; authorize the levy of a tax on hotel, motel and restaurant sales.
Analysis:
487. SB 2999
Bad Policy
City of Horn Lake; extend the repeal date on the tax on hotel and motel room rentals.
Analysis:
488. SB 3000
Bad Policy
Warren County; authorize contributions to various organizations.
Analysis: “Charity is no part of the legislative duty of the government.”― James Madison
489. SB 3002
Bad Policy
Appropriation; IHL - General support.
Analysis:
490. SB 3003
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL - Subsidiary programs.
Analysis:
491. SB 3004
Bad Policy
Appropriation; IHL - Alcorn State - Agricultural Research, Extension and Land-Grant programs.
Analysis:
492. SB 3005
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station.
Analysis:
493. SB 3006
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Cooperative Extension Service.
Analysis:
494. SB 3007
Bad Policy
Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Forest and Wildlife Research Center.
Analysis:
495. SB 3008
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Veterinary Medicine, College of.
Analysis:
496. SB 3009
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL - Student Financial Aid.
Analysis:
497. SB 3010
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL - University of Mississippi Medical Center.
Analysis:
498. SB 3011
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Community and Junior Colleges Board - Administrative expenses.
Analysis:
499. SB 3012
Not Rated
Appropriation; Community and Junior Colleges Board - Support for community and junior colleges.
Analysis:
500. SB 3013
Not Rated
Appropriation; Corrections, Department of.
Analysis:
501. SB 3014
Not Rated
Appropriation; Public Safety, Department of.
Analysis:
502. SB 3015
Neutral
Appropriation; Agriculture and Commerce, Department of.
Analysis:
503. SB 3016
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Fair and Coliseum Commission - Livestock shows.
Analysis:
504. SB 3017
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Animal Health, Board of.
Analysis:
505. SB 3018
Not Rated
Appropriation; Emergency Management Agency.
Analysis:
506. SB 3019
Good Policy
Appropriation; Military Department.
Analysis:
507. SB 3020
Good Policy
Appropriation; Veterans Affairs Board and Homes.
Analysis:
508. SB 3021
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Ethics Commission.
Analysis:
509. SB 3022
Neutral
Appropriation; Judicial Performance Commission.
Analysis:
510. SB 3023
Not Rated
Appropriation; Employment Security, Department of.
Analysis:
511. SB 3024
Not Rated
Appropriation; Revenue, Department of.
Analysis:
512. SB 3025
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Tax Appeals Board.
Analysis:
513. SB 3026
Not Rated
Appropriation; Workers' Compensation Commission.
Analysis:
514. SB 3027
Not Rated
Appropriation; Mental Health, Department of.
Analysis:
515. SB 3028
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Transportation, Department of - State Aid Road Construction, Office of.
Analysis:
516. SB 3029
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Development Authority.
Analysis:
517. SB 3030
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Chiropractic Examiners, Board of.
Analysis:
518. SB 3031
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Dental Examiners, Board of.
Analysis: Salary increases for the board.
519. SB 3032
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Funeral Services Board.
Analysis:
520. SB 3033
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Massage Therapy, Board of.
Analysis:
521. SB 3034
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Pharmacy, Board of.
Analysis:
522. SB 3035
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Counselors, Board of Examiners for Licensed Professional.
Analysis: Salary increases for the board.
523. SB 3036
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Veterinary Examiners, Board of.
Analysis:
524. SB 3037
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Architecture, Board of.
Analysis:
525. SB 3038
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Gaming Commission.
Analysis:
526. SB 3039
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Geologists, Board of Registered Professional.
Analysis: Salary increases for the board.
527. SB 3040
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Motor Vehicle Commission.
Analysis: Salary increases for the board.
528. SB 3041
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Accountancy, Board of Public.
Analysis: Salary increases for the board.
529. SB 3042
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Contractors, Board of.
Analysis: Salary increases for the board.
530. SB 3043
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Audit, Department of.
Analysis:
531. SB 3044
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Banking and Consumer Finance, Department of.
Analysis:
532. SB 3045
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Finance and Administration, Department of.
Analysis: expands govt, increases spending
533. SB 3046
Not Rated
Appropriation; Governor's Office and Mansion.
Analysis:
534. SB 3047
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Information Technology Services, Department of.
Analysis:
535. SB 3048
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Development Authority, Mississippi.
Analysis:
536. SB 3049
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Gulf Coast Restoration Funds to the Mississippi Development Authority.
Analysis:
537. SB 3051
Not Rated
Appropriation; Personnel Board.
Analysis:
538. SB 3052
Not Rated
Appropriation; Secretary of State.
Analysis:
539. SB 3053
Bad Policy
Appropriation; Treasurer's Office.
Analysis:
540. SB 3054
Not Rated
Appropriation; Debt Service-Gen. Obli.
Analysis:
541. SB 3055
Bad Policy
Appropriations; additional appropriations for various state agencies.
Analysis:
542. SB 3056
Neutral
Appropriation; additional to Environmental Quality for the MS Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Act-ARPA funds.
Analysis:
543. SB 3060
Bad Policy
Appropriation; additional to Health Department for the Covid-19 Hospital Capacity Program and operations-ARPA funds.
Analysis:
544. SB 3062
Not Rated
Appropriation; additional to DFA-Bureau of Building,-ARPA Funds.
Analysis:
545. SB 3064
Bad Policy
Appropriation; to DFA for the MAICU and Ind K-12 Grant Program, - ARPA funds.
Analysis:
546. SB 3065
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
547. SB 3066
Bad Policy
Jackson County; authorize contributions to Junior Auxiliary of Pascagoula-Moss Point.
Analysis: “Charity is no part of the legislative duty of the government.”― James Madison
548. SB 3067
Bad Policy
City of Meridian; authorize 2% increase in monthly benefits for certain retired police, firemen and employees every year.
Analysis: These are benefits being given to retired employees.
549. SB 3068
Bad Policy
City of Vicksburg; authorize contribution to American Legion Boys State Program.
Analysis: “Charity is no part of the legislative duty of the government.”― James Madison
550. SB 3069
Bad Policy
Marshall County; add Care Now Food Pantry as a 501(c)(3) qualified charitable organization to which county may contribute.
Analysis: “Charity is no part of the legislative duty of the government.”― James Madison
551. SB 3150
Bad Policy
Bonds; increase amount authorized for Hinds County Development Project Loan Fund, and allow use for additional improvements.
Analysis:
552. SB 3181
Not Rated
City of Grenada; extend repealer on tourism tax.
Analysis:
553. SB 3202
Bad Policy
City of Madison; authorize to transfer properties and make other agreements with Madison Square Redevelopment Authority.
Analysis:
554. SB 3206
Bad Policy
Marshall County; authorize contributions to Byhalia Area Arts Council.
Analysis:
555. SB 3208
Not Rated
Rankin County; authorize certain road project contracts extending more than 30 days after term of current board.
Analysis:
556. SB 3209
Not Rated
City of Hernando; authorize election for restaurant tax to fund capital improvements related to parks and recreation.
Analysis:
557. SB 3211
Neutral
Meridian Public School District; authorize transfer of former school property to Meridian Housing Authority.
Analysis:
558. SC 501
Resolution
Commend Philadelphia Automobile Dealer Bill Griffis for his nomination for the 2022 TIME Dealer of the Year Award.
Analysis:
559. SC 502
Resolution
Commend former Mississippi Representative Honorable Fred Banks on his receipt of '2021 Lifetime Achievement Award' by MS BAR.
Analysis:
560. SC 503
Resolution
Mourn the passing of former Senator Joseph Stogner of Sandy Hook, Mississippi, and commend his public and charitable service.
Analysis:
561. SC 504
Resolution
Commend Columbia High School 'Wildcats' Football Team for first State Championship since 1982.
Analysis:
562. SC 505
Resolution
Recognize legacy of NFL Hall of Fame Running Back Walter Payton and dedication of 'Walter Payton Field' in Columbia, Mississippi.
Analysis:
563. SC 506
Resolution
Commend Mississippi Humanities Council on the occasion of its 50th Anniversary.
Analysis:
564. SC 507
Resolution
Extending the deepest sympathy on the passing of former Mississippi First Lady and community activist Elise Winter.
Analysis:
565. SC 508
Resolution
Paying tribute to public health career and contributions of respected state health officer and first Medicaid Director Dr. Alton Cobb.
Analysis:
566. SC 509
Resolution
Commend State Parole Board Chairman Steven Pickett on the occasion of his retirement.
Analysis:
567. SC 510
Resolution
Commend Mississippi 'Braves' Baseball Team for winning the Double A South Championship.
Analysis:
568. SC 512
Resolution
Remember legacy of former POW and Retired Air Force Colonel Carlyle 'Smitty' Harris at U.S. Post Office dedication in his honor.
Analysis:
569. SC 513
Resolution
Commend William (Bill) Bynum CEO of HOPE in Jackson, Mississippi, as recipient of 26th Heinz Award for the Economy.
Analysis:
570. SC 514
Resolution
Congratulate MSU 2021 Baseball Team on National Championship.
Analysis:
571. SC 515
Resolution
Commend Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium on its 50th Anniversary and recognize its achievements.
Analysis:
572. SC 516
Resolution
Recognize March 2022 as 'Kidney Disease Awareness Month.'
Analysis:
573. SC 517
Resolution
Extend sympathy of Legislature to surviving family of former Mayor, attorney, and blues promoter Bill Luckett of Clarksdale.
Analysis:
574. SC 522
Resolution
Celebrating the legendary Mississippi basketball Coach Lafayette Stribling and extending the sympathy of Legislature.
Analysis:
575. SC 525
Resolution
Commend James A. Barber on the occasion of his retirement as Executive Director of PEER.
Analysis:
576. SC 526
Resolution
Express sympathy and remember the legacy of Lusia (Lucy) Harris of Minter City, Mississippi, 'The Queen of Basketball.'
Analysis:
577. SC 527
Resolution
Commend University of Mississippi Women's Golf Team and Coach Kory Henkes for winning their first National Title in school history.
Analysis:
578. SC 530
Resolution
Celebrate life and commend military service of Bridgette Rochelle Horn.
Analysis:
579. SC 532
Resolution
Commend University of Mississippi Quarterback Matt Corral for leading team to best regular season in program history.
Analysis:
580. SC 534
Resolution
Congratulate Jackson State University 'Tigers' Football Team and Coach Deion 'Coach Prime' Sanders for remarkable season.
Analysis:
581. SC 535
Resolution
Recognize The Williams Brothers as the recipient of the 2022 Governor's Arts Award for Lifetime Achievement in Music.
Analysis:
582. SC 536
Resolution
Recognize Larry Gordon as the recipient of the 2022 Governor's Arts Award for Lifetime Achievement in Motion Pictures/Television.
Analysis:
583. SC 537
Resolution
Recognize Holly Lange as the recipient of the 2022 Governor's Arts Award Governor's Choice.
Analysis:
584. SC 538
Resolution
Recognize Mary Lovelace O'Neal as the recipient of the 2022 Governor's Arts Award for Excellence in Visual Art.
Analysis:
585. SC 539
Resolution
Recognize Alcorn State University Jazz Festival as the recipient of the 2022 Governor's Arts Award for Arts in Community.
Analysis:
586. SC 540
Resolution
Recognize Myrna Colley-Lee as the recipient of the 2022 Governor's Arts Award for Costume Design and Arts Patron.
Analysis:
587. SC 541
Resolution
Recognize January 2022 as 'Cervical Health Awareness Month in Mississippi.'
Analysis:
588. SC 542
Resolution
Recognize the legacy of former Northern District Transportation Commissioner Zack Stewart.
Analysis:
589. SC 543
Resolution
Extend sympathy of the Legislature on the passing of Third District Circuit Court Judge Robert 'Ken' Coleman of New Albany, MS.
Analysis:
590. SC 544
Resolution
Commend Olympian Cory McGee of Pass Christian for Track and Field accomplishments at 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Analysis:
591. SC 545
Resolution
Recognize public service of longtime Hinds County Circuit Court Judge and former State Representative Tomie T. Green.
Analysis:
592. SC 546
Resolution
Encouraging further economic activity between Mississippi and Taiwan.
Analysis:
593. SC 547
Resolution
Recognize service of WWII Hero and POW Olin Pickens of Nesbit, Mississippi, and extend best wishes on his 100th Birthday.
Analysis:
594. SC 548
Resolution
Mourn the passing of former Senator George Smith of Wiggins, Mississippi, and commend his public and charitable service.
Analysis:
595. SC 549
Resolution
Commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the founding of The Carthaginian Newspaper (1872-2022) and recognize its contributions.
Analysis:
596. SC 550
Resolution
Recognize the 100th Anniversary of the Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation.
Analysis:
597. SC 551
Resolution
Mourn the passing of former Representative and Senator Delma Furniss of Rena Lara, MS, and commend his public and charitable service.
Analysis:
598. SC 552
Resolution
Recognize United States District Judge Debra Brown as Mississippi's first African American female Chief Federal Judge.
Analysis:
599. SC 553
Resolution
Congratulate the 'Pride of DeSoto Central High School Marching Band' for winning the 2021 Class 6A Marching Band Championship.
Analysis:
600. SC 554
Resolution
Commend Millicent Gunter for receiving Mississippi's Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science.
Analysis:
601. SC 555
Resolution
Commend Stone County High School 'Lady Cats' Girls Soccer Team for first State Championship.
Analysis:
602. SC 556
Resolution
Recognize February 2022 as 'Self-Care Month in Mississippi.'
Analysis:
603. SC 557
Resolution
Commend Laura Bivins for receiving Mississippi's Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching.
Analysis:
604. SC 558
Resolution
Commend Dia Chawla of Pillow Academy in Greenwood for winning National High School Heisman Trophy.
Analysis:
605. SC 559
Resolution
Recognize outstanding public service of former U.S. Marshal and State Parole Board Member Nehemiah Flowers, Jr.
Analysis:
606. SC 560
Resolution
Commend Bay Springs High School 'Bulldogs' Football Team for first State Championship.
Analysis:
607. SC 561
Resolution
Commend Simpson Academy 'Cougars' Boys Basketball Team for winning 5A State Championship.
Analysis:
608. SC 562
Resolution
Designate April 2022 as the 'Month of the Military Child' and April 20 as 'Purple Up! for Military Kids Day' in Mississippi.
Analysis:
609. SC 563
Resolution
Condemn the invasion of Ukraine and sever all connections with the Russian Federation.
Analysis:
610. SC 564
Resolution
Recognize 30th Anniversary Celebration of Parents for Public Schools (PPS).
Analysis:
611. SC 565
Resolution
Commend Jackson Prep 'Patriots' Boys Basketball Team for winning MAIS State Championship.
Analysis:
612. SC 566
Resolution
Commend Dean of Mississippi College School of Law Patricia Bennett on retirement.
Analysis:
613. SC 567
Resolution
Commend Leake Academy 'Lady Rebels' Girls Basketball Team for winning MAIS 5A State Championship.
Analysis:
614. SC 568
Resolution
Recognize legacy of Dr. James Oliver, M.D., as the first African American to graduate from University of Mississippi School of Medicine.
Analysis:
615. SC 569
Resolution
Commend Meridian High School 'Lady Wildcats' Girls Basketball Team for winning first State Championship in school history.
Analysis:
616. SC 570
Resolution
Commend Jackson Prep 'Lady Patriots' Girls Basketball Team for winning MAIS Overall State Championship.
Analysis:
617. SC 571
Resolution
Commend Northwest Rankin 'Lady Cougars' Girls Soccer Team for Class 6A State Championship.
Analysis:
618. SC 572
Resolution
Commend Biggersville Girls and Boys Basketball Teams and Coach Cliff Little for two State Championships on same day.
Analysis:
619. SC 573
Resolution
Commend Lake High School 'Lady Hornets' Girls Basketball Team and Coach Maurice Bowie for winning the MHSAA 2A State Championship.
Analysis:
620. SC 574
Resolution
Commend Choctaw Central 'Lady Warriors' Basketball Team for winning Class 4A State Championship.
Analysis:
621. SC 575
Resolution
Commend Clinton High School 'Arrows' Boys Basketball Team for consecutive 6A State Championships.
Analysis:
622. SC 576
Resolution
Commend CCC Women's Basketball Coach Stephanie Murphy as MACCC 'Coach of the Year.'
Analysis:
623. SC 577
Resolution
Commend Raymond High School 'Rangers' Boys Basketball Team for winning 4A State Championship.
Analysis:
624. SC 578
Resolution
Commend Northwest Community College Cheer Team for National Titles.
Analysis:
625. SC 579
Resolution
Declare that March 21, 2022, is 'World Down Syndrome Day in Mississippi.'
Analysis:
626. SC 580
Resolution
Commend Northwest Community College Football Team for consecutive State Championships.
Analysis:
627. SC 581
Resolution
Commend Jackson State University 'Lady Tigers' Basketball Team for back-to-back SWAC Tournament Championships.
Analysis:
628. SC 582
Resolution
Commend Manchester Academy 'Lady Mavericks' Basketball Team for back-to-back State Championships.
Analysis:
629. SC 583
Resolution
Suspend rules for introduction; codify constitutional provisions of eminent domain.
Analysis:
630. SC 584
Resolution
Commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the founding of The Columbus Commercial Dispatch Newspaper (1921-2022).
Analysis:
631. SC 586
Resolution
Designate April 14, 2022, as 'Reman Day' in Mississippi.
Analysis:
632. SC 589
Resolution
Commend Summer Field Program at USM Gulf Coast Research Laboratory on its 75th Anniversary.
Analysis:
633. SC 590
Resolution
Commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the City of McComb.
Analysis:
634. SC 591
Resolution
Designate April 2, 2022, as 'World Autism Awareness Day in Mississippi.'
Analysis:
635. SC 592
Resolution
Commend State Parole Board member Betty Lou Jones on the occasion of her retirement.
Analysis:
636. SC 593
Resolution
Recognize service and legacy of WWII Veteran Howard Bennett of Sumrall, Mississippi.
Analysis:
637. SC 594
Resolution
Commend Booneville High School 'Lady Blue Devils' for winning 2022 MHSAA Class 3A Girls Basketball Championship.
Analysis:
638. SC 595
Resolution
Commend Booneville High School 'Blue Devils' Baseball Team for winning the 2021 Class 3A State Championship.
Analysis:
639. SC 596
Resolution
Commend Belmont High School 'Cardinals' Boys Golf Team for winning 2021 MHSAA 3A State Championship.
Analysis:
640. SC 597
Resolution
Commend Booneville High School 'Blue Devils' Boys Basketball Team for winning 2022 Class 3A State Championship.
Analysis:
641. SC 598
Resolution
Commend Booneville 'Lady Blue Devils' Girls Fast-Pitch Softball Team for winning 2021 3A State Championship.
Analysis:
642. SC 599
Resolution
Commend Belmont High School 'Lady Cardinals' Volleyball Team for winning first State Championship in program history.
Analysis:
643. SC 600
Resolution
Commend Booneville High School 'Blue Devil' Marching Band for winning 3A State Championship.
Analysis:
644. SC 601
Resolution
Commend Hancock High School 'Lady Hawks' Girls Bowling Team for three consecutive State Championships.
Analysis:
645. SC 602
Resolution
Commend Pearl River Community College 'Wildcats' Women's Basketball Team for MACCC Championship.
Analysis:
646. SC 603
Resolution
Commend Pearl River Community College 'Wildcats' Men's Basketball Team for third consecutive MACCC title.
Analysis:
647. SC 604
Resolution
Paying tribute to United States Army Korean War casualty PFC Jimmy Rowland of Baldwyn, Mississippi, finally laid to rest.
Analysis:
648. SC 605
Resolution
Suspend rules for further consideration of HB 451; delete repealer on the nonadmitted policy fee.
Analysis:
649. SN 1
Not Rated
William J. Van Devender, Jr., Jackson, Mississippi, Commercial Transportation Enforcement Division Appeals Board, term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2025.
Analysis:
650. SN 2
Not Rated
Dr. Jamie Leigh Williams, LMFT, Ocean Springs, Mississippi, Mississippi State Board of Examiners for Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists, remainder of a four year term ending June 30, 2023.
Analysis:
651. SN 3
Not Rated
Olivia Ann (Olivia) Host, Ridgeland, Mississippi, Mississippi Business Finance Corporation, term effective immediately and ending March 31, 2027.
Analysis:
652. SN 4
Not Rated
Michael Wayne (Michael) Lasseter, Jr., Brandon, Mississippi, Director of the State Fairgrounds Complex, term effective November 1, 2021 and appointee shall serve at the will and pleasure of the Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce.
Analysis:
653. SN 5
Not Rated
William O. (Bill) Jacobs, Brookhaven, Mississippi, State Board of Education, unexpired portion of a nine year term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2024, vice Dr. Jason Dean.
Analysis:
654. SN 6
Not Rated
Ralph Kipp (Kipp) Brown, Winona, Mississippi, Mississippi Board of Animal Health as the Small Ruminant Breeder and Producer representative, four year term beginning July 29, 2021 and ending July 28, 2025.
Analysis:
655. SN 7
Not Rated
James Shelton (James) Rasberry, Kosciusko, Mississippi, Mississippi Board of Animal Health as the Horse Breeder and Producer representative, four year term beginning August 1, 2021 and ending July 31, 2025.
Analysis:
656. SN 8
Not Rated
Clayton Lamar Legear, Hurley, Mississippi, State Board of Banking Review to represent the state at large, term effective July 27, 2021 for the unexpired balance of the five year term ending March 23, 2026.
Analysis:
657. SN 9
Not Rated
Michael Jackson (Mike) Cothran, Carthage, Mississippi, State Board of Barber Examiners, term effective July 23, 2021 for the unexpired balance of the four year term ending June 30, 2024, representing the Second Congressional District.
Analysis:
658. SN 10
Not Rated
Michael Lee (Mike) McBunch, Tupelo, Mississippi, State Board of Barber Examiners, four year term effective September 13, 2021 and ending June 30, 2025, representing the First Congressional District.
Analysis:
659. SN 11
Not Rated
Lisa Carol Watkins, Union, Mississippi, State Board of Barber Examiners, four year term effective September 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2025, representing the Third Congressional District.
Analysis:
660. SN 12
Not Rated
ElBrascian Antoine (Antoine) Anderson, Canton, Mississippi, Mississippi Business Finance Corporation as a member associated with banking or small business, unexpired six year term effective Sept. 23, 2021 and ending March 31, 2026, vice Jabari Edwards.
Analysis:
661. SN 13
Not Rated
Noel Everett Daniels, Brandon, Mississippi, Mississippi Business Finance Corporation as a member involved in banking or small business, unexpired six year term effective June 3, 2021 and ending March 31, 2027.
Analysis:
662. SN 14
Not Rated
Bobby Milton James, Jr., Jackson, Mississippi, Mississippi Business Finance Corporation as a member involved in banking or small business, six year term beginning April 1, 2021 and ending March 31, 2027.
Analysis:
663. SN 15
Not Rated
Colby Ryan (Colby) Jordan, Madison, Mississippi, Mississippi Business Finance Corporation as a member associated with small business, unexpired six year term effective September 23, 2021 and ending March 31, 2026, vice Josh Mars.
Analysis:
664. SN 16
Not Rated
Keith Allen Williams, Jr., Gulfport, Mississippi, Mississippi Business Finance Corporation as a member associated with small business, unexpired six year term effective September 8, 2021 and ending March 31, 2025.
Analysis:
665. SN 17
Not Rated
Thomas Ford Gandy, Madison, Mississippi, Commercial Mobile Radio Service Board, four year term effective September 20, 2021 and ending June 30, 2024, representing Wireless Providers.
Analysis:
666. SN 18
Not Rated
John Peter (Johnny Pete) McRight, Greenville, Mississippi, Mississippi Community College Board, six year term beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2027, representing the Second Congressional District as it existed in 1986.
Analysis:
667. SN 19
Not Rated
Luke Crane Montgomery, Fulton, Mississippi, Mississippi Community College Board, six year term beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2027, representing the First Congressional District as it existed in 1986.
Analysis:
668. SN 20
Not Rated
William Poe (Will) Symmes, Gulfport, Mississippi, Mississippi Community College Board, unexpired term effective May 4, 2021 and ending June 30, 2021, representing the Fifth Congressional District, vice Mr. Todd Hairston.
Analysis:
669. SN 21
Not Rated
William Poe (Will) Symmes, Gulfport, Mississippi, Mississippi Community College Board, six year term beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2027, representing Fifth Congressional District.
Analysis:
670. SN 22
Not Rated
Haley Harrison Birmingham, RDH, Brandon, Mississippi, Mississippi State Board of Dental Examiners as the Dental Hygienist member, six year term beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2027.
Analysis:
671. SN 23
Not Rated
Marion Lewis (Lewis) Grubbs, DMD, Madison, Mississippi, Mississippi State Board of Dental Examiners to represent Dental District Four, six year term beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2027.
Analysis:
672. SN 24
Not Rated
Jeff Michael Zimmerman, DDS, Gulfport, Mississippi, Mississippi State Board of Dental Examiners to represent Dental District Five, six year term beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2027.
Analysis:
673. SN 25
Not Rated
Dr. Karen J. Morgan (Karen) Elam, Oxford, Mississippi, State Board of Education, nine year term beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2030, representing the Third Supreme Court District.
Analysis:
674. SN 26
Not Rated
Matthew David (Matt) Miller, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, State Board of Education, unexpired nine year term effective May 18, 2021 and ending June 30, 2029, representing the Second Supreme Court District.
Analysis:
675. SN 29
Not Rated
Howard Lee Jones, III, Natchez, Mississippi, State Board of Registration for Foresters to represent the state at large, five year term beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2026.
Analysis:
676. SN 30
Not Rated
John Beecher Mitchell, Sr., Corinth, Mississippi, State Board of Registration for Foresters to represent the Northeast Forestry Commission District, five year term beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2026.
Analysis:
677. SN 32
Not Rated
Nicholas L. (Nick) Mallard, Brookhaven, Mississippi, State Board of Funeral Service as the Funeral Service Licensed representative from the 2nd Supreme Court District, remainder of a four year term ending June 30, 2023, vice Luzern Dillon.
Analysis:
678. SN 33
Not Rated
MG Alben Norris (Al) Hopkins, Sr., Gulfport, Mississippi, Gaming Commission as Chairman, four year term effective October 1, 2021 and ending September 30, 2025.
Analysis:
679. SN 34
Not Rated
Joseph Read Hendon, Ph.D., Ocean Springs, Mississippi, Gulf States Marine Commission as the Mississippi citizen representative, unexpired three year term effective May 28, 2021 and ending January 9, 2024.
Analysis:
680. SN 35
Not Rated
Elizabeth Ewaldsen (Beth) Edmiston, PT, Ocean Springs, Mississippi, State Board of Health as an individual with an interest in public health, unexpired six year term effective July 2, 2021 and ending June 30, 2023, vice Mr. Edward (Ed) Langton.
Analysis:
681. SN 36
Not Rated
John Edward (Ed) Hill, MD, Oxford, Mississippi, State Board of Health as a Licensed Physician, six year term effective July 2, 2021 and ending June 30, 2027.
Analysis:
682. SN 37
Not Rated
Thad Fulton Waites, MD, MACC, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, State Board of Health as a Licensed Physician, six year term effective July 2, 2021 and ending June 30, 2027.
Analysis:
683. SN 38
Not Rated
Christa L. Alexander, Laurel, Mississippi, Information Technology Services Authority, unexpired balance of a five year term effective July 23, 2021 and ending June 30, 2026.
Analysis:
684. SN 39
Not Rated
Ormella Cummings, Ph.D., Fulton, Mississippi, Board of Trustees of the Institutions of Higher Learning to represent the Third Supreme Court District, nine year term effective May 18, 2021 and ending May 8, 2030.
Analysis:
685. SN 40
Not Rated
Teresa Aven Hubbard, Oxford, Mississippi, Board of Trustees of the Institutions of Higher Learning to represent the Third Supreme Court District, nine year term effective May 18, 2021 and ending May 8, 2030.
Analysis:
686. SN 41
Not Rated
Roy Hal Parker, Jr., Bolton, Mississippi, Board of Trustees of the Institutions of Higher Learning to represent the First Supreme District, nine year term effective May 18, 2021 and ending May 8, 2030.
Analysis:
687. SN 42
Not Rated
Gregory Charles (Gregg) Rader, Columbus, Mississippi, Board of Trustees of the Institutions of Higher Learning to represent the Third Supreme Court District, nine year term effective May 18, 2021 and ending May 8, 2030.
Analysis:
688. SN 43
Not Rated
Dr. Sara Jane H. Gleason, Jackson, Mississippi, Board of Mental Health, seven year term effective November 29, 2021 and ending June 30, 2028, representing the Licensed Medical Doctor Psychiatrist.
Analysis:
689. SN 44
Not Rated
Robert Sylvester Landrum, Ellisville, Mississippi, Board of Mental Health, seven year term effective November 29, 2021 and ending June 30, 2028, representing the Fifth Congressional District (1992).
Analysis:
690. SN 45
Not Rated
Teresa Ann Mosley, Clinton, Mississippi, Board of Mental Health, seven year term effective November 29, 2021 and ending June 30, 2027, representing the Fourth Congressional District.
Analysis:
691. SN 46
Not Rated
George Anthony (Tony) Hamrick, RN, LNH, Laurel, Mississippi, Mississippi State Board of Nursing Home Administrators as the Registered Nurse, unexpired four year term effective July 19, 2021 and ending June 30, 2024.
Analysis:
692. SN 47
Not Rated
James Taylor Williams, Jr., Poplarville, Mississippi, Mississippi State Board of Nursing Home Administrators as the Hospital Administrator, unexpired four year term effective July 19, 2021 and ending June 30, 2024.
Analysis:
693. SN 48
Not Rated
Jane M. (Janie) Clanton, RN, Meadville, Mississippi, Mississippi Board of Nursing as a Registered Nurse in Clinical Practice, unexpired four year term effective May 19, 2021 and ending June 30, 2022, vice Blake Ward.
Analysis:
694. SN 49
Not Rated
Jeremy Lester Cummins, LPN, Louisville, Mississippi, Mississippi Board of Nursing as a Licensed Practical Nurse, four year term beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2025.
Analysis:
695. SN 50
Not Rated
Lacey Melissa T. Gentry, MSN, APRN, Courtland, Mississippi, Mississippi Board of Nursing as an Educator, unexpired balance of the four year term ending June 30, 2024.
Analysis:
696. SN 51
Not Rated
Melissa Henry (Melissa) King, RN, NP, DNP, Raymond, Mississippi, Mississippi Board of Nursing as the Registered Nurse Practitioner, unexpired four year term effective May 21, 2021 and ending June 30, 2024.
Analysis:
697. SN 52
Not Rated
Nancy Carol Norris-Johnson, LPN, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Mississippi Board of Nursing as a Licensed Practical Nurse, four year term beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2025.
Analysis:
698. SN 53
Not Rated
William Alton Shaw, RN, NP, Wesson, Mississippi, Mississippi Board of Nursing as the Registered Nurse at large, unexpired four year term effective May 21, 2021 and ending June 30, 2024.
Analysis:
699. SN 54
Not Rated
Marlow Stewart, Terry, Mississippi, State Parole Board, term effective November 1, 2021 and the appointee shall serve at the will and pleasure of the Governor, vice Nehemiah Flowers, Jr..
Analysis:
700. SN 55
Not Rated
Leonard Cooper Lewis, PT, DPT, Sardis, Mississippi, Mississippi State Board of Physical Therapy as a Physical Therapist representing the Second Congressional District, four year term effective September 23, 2021 and ending June 30, 2025.
Analysis:
701. SN 56
Not Rated
Billy Crisler (Cris) Bourn, PT, DPT, MHS, Flora, Mississippi, Mississippi State Board of Physical Therapy as a Physical Therapist representing the Third Congressional District, four year term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2024.
Analysis:
702. SN 57
Not Rated
Virginia Jones (Jenny) Bryan, Oxford, Mississippi, Mississippi State Board of Physical Therapy as the representative of Physical Therapy assistants, four year term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2023.
Analysis:
703. SN 58
Not Rated
Robert Leonard (Bob) Baughn, Tupelo, Mississippi, Mississippi Prison Industries Board of Directors to represent the labor industry, unexpired four year term ending May 5, 2021.
Analysis:
704. SN 59
Not Rated
Robert Leonard (Bob) Baughn, Tupelo, Mississippi, Mississippi Prison Industries Board of Directors to represent the labor industry, four year term beginning May 6, 2021 and ending May 5, 2025.
Analysis:
705. SN 60
Not Rated
Rita Theresa Wray, Brandon, Mississippi, Public Procurement Review Board, four year term effective November 29, 2021 and ending June 30, 2025.
Analysis:
706. SN 61
Not Rated
John Nicholas (Nick) Crutcher, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Mississippi Real Estate Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board to represent the Fourth Congressional District, unexpired four year term effective May 19, 2021 and ending December 31, 2024.
Analysis:
707. SN 63
Not Rated
Valerie Cascile Joiner, DSW, LCSW, D'Iberville, Mississippi, Board of Examiners for Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists as a Licensed Social Worker, unexpired four year term effective May 3, 2021 and ending June 30, 2024.
Analysis:
708. SN 64
Not Rated
Erin Poole Pittman, LSW, Brandon, Mississippi, Board of Examiners for Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists as a Licensed Social Worker, unexpired four year term effective May 3, 2021 and ending June 30, 2024.
Analysis:
709. SN 65
Not Rated
Pamela Gail (Pam) Rollins, Ph.D., Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Board of Examiners for Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, unexpired four year term effective May 3, 2021 and ending June 30, 2024.
Analysis:
710. SN 66
Not Rated
Colonel Clifford Allen (Allen) McDaniel, II, Flowood, Mississippi, State Veterans Affairs Board to represent the state at large, unexpired five year term effective September 1, 2021 and ending May 31, 2025.
Analysis:
711. SN 67
Not Rated
BG Billy Lamar Pierce, (Ret.), Decatur, Mississippi, State Veterans Affairs Board to represent the Third Congressional District as it existed in 1992, unexpired five year term effective September 1, 2021 and ending May 31, 2025.
Analysis:
712. SN 68
Not Rated
BG (Ret.) Norman Gene (Gene) Hortman, Jr., Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Veterans Home Purchase Board to represent the state at large, unexpired four year term effective August 2, 2021 and ending June 30, 2022, vice Mr. Joe Bryan.
Analysis:
713. SN 70
Not Rated
Gary Lee Rhoads, Flowood, Mississippi, Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, five year term beginning September 20, 2021 and ending June 30, 2026, representing the Third Congressional District.
Analysis:
714. SN 71
Not Rated
Leonard Leon Bentz, II, Biloxi, Mississippi, Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, remainder of a five year term effective September 20, 2021 and ending June 30, 2023, representing the Fifth Congressional District.
Analysis:
715. SN 72
Not Rated
Michael Barrie Nelson, Madison, Mississippi, Mississippi Commission on the Status of Women representing an At-Large appointment, four year term beginning November 29, 2021 and ending June 30, 2025.
Analysis:
716. SN 73
Not Rated
Theresa Brady Goldberg, Tupelo, Mississippi, State Board of Banking Review to represent the Third Supreme Court District, unexpired five year term effective immediately and ending March 23, 2026.
Analysis:
717. SN 74
Not Rated
Gwendolyn Gayle (Wendi) Barrett, Ph.D., Biloxi, Mississippi, State Board of Education as the Schoolteacher representative, unexpired nine year term effective May 19, 2021 and ending June 30, 2027, vice Brittney Perry Rye.
Analysis:
718. SN 75
Not Rated
Lee Ann Harper Griffin, Pharm.D., Jackson, Mississippi, State Board of Health as an individual with an interest in public health, unexpired six year term effective August 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2027.
Analysis:
719. SN 76
Not Rated
Jeffery Blanton Belk, Vancleave, Mississippi, State Parole Board to serve as Chairman, term effective January 1, 2022 and the appointee shall serve at the will and pleasure of the Governor.
Analysis:
720. SN 77
Not Rated
SFC James Max Fenn, Jr., USA, Ret., McComb, Mississippi, State Veterans Affairs Board to represent the Fourth Congressional District as such district existed on March 1, 1992, unexpired five year term effective July 27, 2021 and ending May 31, 2026.
Analysis:
721. SN 78
Not Rated
Charles Phillip (Phil) Buffington, Jr., Canton, Mississippi, Mississippi Tort Claims Board as Chairman, appointee shall serve at the will and pleasure of the Governor, vice Mr. Stephen Edds.
Analysis:
722. SN 79
Not Rated
Anne Hall (Anne Hall) Brashier, Ridgeland, Mississippi, Mississippi Commission on the Status of Women representing an At-Large appointment, remainder of a four year term beginning November 29, 2021 and ending June 30, 2023.
Analysis:
723. SN 80
Not Rated
Bradley R. (Brad) White, Madison, Mississippi, Executive Director of the Mississippi Department of Transportation, term effective July 1, 2021 and set to expire April 1, 2026.
Analysis:
724. SN 82
Not Rated
Mark Timothy Wiggins, Oxford, Mississippi, Mississippi Business Finance Corporation, six year term effective April 1, 2022 and ending March 31, 2028.
Analysis:
725. SN 83
Not Rated
Christopher Wade (Chris) Freeze, Ridgeland, Mississippi, Crime Stoppers Advisory Council, two year term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2023.
Analysis:
726. SN 84
Not Rated
Krissy Casey Nobile, Madison, Mississippi, Director of the Mississippi Office of Capital Post-Conviction Counsel, four year term beginning August 1, 2021 and ending July 31, 2025.
Analysis:
727. SN 85
Not Rated
Taylor Patten Stringer, McComb, Mississippi, Mississippi Prison Industries Corporation Board of Directors to represent Manufacturing, unexpired four year term effective August 5, 2021 and ending May 5, 2023.
Analysis:
728. SN 88
Not Rated
Ronald Len (Ron) Beckham, Oxford, Mississippi, Veterans Home Purchase Board to represent the First Congressional District as it existed on May 1, 1987, unexpired four year term effective August 2, 2021 and ending June 30, 2025.
Analysis:
729. SN 89
Not Rated
Dan Henry (Hank) Singley, Jr., DMD, Meridian, Mississippi, Veterans Home Purchase Board to represent the Third Congressional District as it existed on May 1, 1987, unexpired four year term effective August 2, 2021 and ending June 30, 2024.
Analysis:
730. SN 90
Not Rated
Richard D. (Dickie) Stevens, Isola, Mississippi, Veterans Home Purchase Board to represent the Second Congressional District as it existed on May 1, 1987, unexpired four year term effective August 2, 2021 and ending June 30, 2023.
Analysis:
731. SN 91
Not Rated
Thomas Henry Watts, Natchez, Mississippi, Veterans Home Purchase Board to represent the Fourth Congressional District as it existed on May 1, 1987, unexpired four year term effective August 2, 2021 and ending June 30, 2024.
Analysis:
732. SN 92
Not Rated
David John Machado, Biloxi, Mississippi, Mississippi Business Finance Corporation, term effective immediately and ending March 31, 2027.
Analysis:
733. SN 93
Not Rated
Lee Alexander Durrett, New Albany, Mississippi, Mississippi Charter School Authorizer Board to represent the Third Supreme Court District, unexpired balance of the three year term ending August 31, 2023, vice Ms. Carolyn Willis.
Analysis:
734. SN 94
Not Rated
Dr. Robert Edward (Bobby) Fox, Ph.D., Perkinston, Mississippi, Crime Stoppers Advisory Council, two year term effective January 6, 2022 and ending June 30, 2023.
Analysis:
735. SN 95
Not Rated
Lori Leigh Massey, Ocean Springs, Mississippi, Crime Stoppers Advisory Council, two year term effective January 6, 2022 and ending June 30, 2022, vice Katie Moulds.
Analysis:
736. SN 96
Not Rated
Lori Leigh Massey, Ocean Springs, Mississippi, Crime Stoppers Advisory Council, two year term effective July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2024.
Analysis:
737. SN 97
Not Rated
Charles Bradley (Brad) Campbell, Starkville, Mississippi, State Board of Registration for Foresters to represent the East Central Forestry Commission District, unexpired balance of a five year term ending June 30, 2023.
Analysis:
738. SN 98
Not Rated
Jerome Marvin (Jerry) Foxworth, III, Picayune, Mississippi, State Board of Registration for Foresters to represent the Southeast Forestry Commission District, unexpired balance of a five year term ending June 30, 2024.
Analysis:
739. SN 99
Not Rated
Matthew Michael Raff, Senatobia, Mississippi, State Board of Registration for Foresters to represent the Northwest Forestry Commission District, unexpired balance of a five year term ending June 30, 2022.
Analysis:
740. SN 100
Not Rated
Matthew Michael Raff, Senatobia, Mississippi, State Board of Registration for Foresters to represent the Northwest Forestry Commission District, five year term beginning July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2027.
Analysis:
741. SN 101
Not Rated
Terrance D. Bonner, Columbus, Mississippi, Mississippi State Board of Massage Therapy as a Licensed Massage Therapist, four year term effective January 3, 2022 and ending June 30, 2025, vice Jeff Miller.
Analysis:
742. SN 102
Not Rated
Herbert Randall (Randall) Johnson, Noxapater, Mississippi, Mississippi Prison Industries Board of Directors to represent the state at large, unexpired balance of a four year term ending May 5, 2022.
Analysis:
743. SN 103
Not Rated
Anthony Conrad Montgomery, Biloxi, Mississippi, Prison Industries Board, representing the Banking and Finance position, unexpired balance of the four year term effective September 8, 2021 and ending May 5, 2022.
Analysis:
744. SN 104
Not Rated
Anthony Conrad Montgomery, Biloxi, Mississippi, Prison Industries Board, representing the Banking and Finance position, four year term effective May 6, 2022 and ending May 5, 2026.
Analysis:
745. SN 105
Not Rated
Max Alton Phillips, Taylorsville, Mississippi, Mississippi Prison Industries Board of Directors to represent Agriculture, unexpired balance of the four year term effective August 5, 2021 and ending May 5, 2025.
Analysis:
746. SN 106
Not Rated
Norman Paul Katool, Madison, Mississippi, Public Procurement Review Board, unexpired four year term beginning immediately and ending June 30, 2023, vice Mrs. Leila Malatesta.
Analysis:
747. SN 107
Not Rated
Chris Anthony Stockstill, Picayune, Mississippi, Veterans Home Purchase Board, unexpired four year term effective February 4, 2022 and ending June 30, 2022, representing the Fifth Congressional District.
Analysis:
748. SN 108
Not Rated
Chris Anthony Stockstill, Picayune, Mississippi, Veterans Home Purchase Board, four year term effective July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2026, representing the Fifth Congressional District.
Analysis:
749. SN 109
Not Rated
Desmond Wayne Hoda, D.C., Pass Christian, Mississippi, State Board of Chiropractic Examiners as the representative from the Fourth Congressional District, five year term efffective April 21, 2022 and ending April 20, 2027.
Analysis:
750. SN 110
Not Rated
Anna Ward Sukmann, Gulfport, Mississippi, Crime Stoppers Advisory Council, two year term effective January 6, 2022 and ending June 30, 2022, vice Doug Adams.
Analysis:
751. SN 111
Not Rated
Anna Ward Sukmann, Gulfport, Mississippi, Crime Stoppers Advisory Council, two year term effective July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2024.
Analysis:
752. SN 112
Not Rated
James Patrick (Pat) Chaney, MD, Amory, Mississippi, State Board of Health as a Licensed Physician, six year term effective July 2, 2021 and ending June 30, 2027.
Analysis:
753. SN 113
Not Rated
Kent Gerard Nicaud, Pass Christian, Mississippi, MS Hospital Equipment and Facilities Authority, with experience in hospital management and finance, remainder of a four year term effective January 31, 2022 and ending June 30, 2025, vice Darrell Wildman.
Analysis:
754. SN 114
Not Rated
Patti S. (Pat) Robertson, Madison, Mississippi, MS Hospital Equipment and Facilities Authority as the at-large member, remainder of a four year term effective January 31, 2022 and ending June 30, 2022.
Analysis:
755. SN 115
Not Rated
Patti S. (Pat) Robertson, Madison, Mississippi, MS Hospital Equipment and Facilities Authority as the at-large member, four year term effective July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2026.
Analysis:
756. SN 116
Not Rated
Alicia Ann Drury Tice, Wiggins, Mississippi, Mississippi State Board of Nursing Home Administrators as the Nursing Home Administrator, four year term beginning June 6, 2021 and ending June 5, 2025, representing the Second Supreme Court District.
Analysis:
757. SN 117
Not Rated
Christopher Thomas Graham, Clinton, Mississippi, Commissioner, Mississippi Department of Revenue, six year term effective July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2028.
Analysis:
758. SN 118
Not Rated
James Morris (Jim) Richards, Jr., Ridgeland, Mississippi, Commercial Transportation Appeals Board, remainder of term beginning February 4, 2022 and ending June 30, 2022, vice Dolph Bryan.
Analysis:
759. SN 119
Not Rated
James Morris (Jim) Richards, Jr., Ridgeland, Mississippi, Commercial Transportation Appeals Board, four year term beginning July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2026.
Analysis:
760. SN 120
Not Rated
Jeffrey Ward (Jeff) Bertucci, Sr., Gulfport, Mississippi, Board of Directors of the College Savings Plan of Mississippi, five year term effective September 15, 2021 and ending June 30, 2026, representing the Fifth Congressional District.
Analysis:
761. SN 121
Not Rated
Donald Geaty (Don) Brown, Vicksburg, Mississippi, Board of Directors of the College Savings Plan of Mississippi to represent the Second Congressional District, five year term beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2026.
Analysis:
762. SN 122
Not Rated
Tyler Norman, Meridian, Mississippi, Board of Directors of the College Savings Plan of Mississippi to represent the Third Congressional District, remainder of five year term effective September 23, 2021 and ending June 30, 2024, vice Jason Branning.
Analysis:
763. SN 123
Not Rated
Myrtis Elizabeth S. (Leisa) McElreath, Oxford, Mississippi, Crime Stoppers Advisory Council, two year term effective January 6, 2022 and ending June 30, 2022.
Analysis:
764. SN 124
Not Rated
Myrtis Elizabeth S. (Leisa) McElreath, Oxford, Mississippi, Crime Stoppers Advisory Council, two year term effective July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2024.
Analysis:
765. SN 125
Not Rated
Gregory K. (Greg) Havard, Lucedale, Mississippi, MS Hospital Equipment and Facilities Authority as representative of the Second Supreme Court District, remainder of four year term effective January 31, 2022 and ending June 30, 2022, vice Bryan Stevens.
Analysis:
766. SN 126
Not Rated
Gregory K. (Greg) Havard, Lucedale, Mississippi, MS Hospital Equipment and Facilities Authority as representative of the Second Supreme Court District, four year term beginning July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2026.
Analysis:
767. SN 127
Not Rated
David A. Jackson, Ridgeland, Mississippi, MS Hospital Equipment and Facilities Authority as representative of the First Supreme Court District, remainder of four year term effective January 31, 2022 and ending June 30, 2024, vice David McNamara.
Analysis:
768. SN 128
Not Rated
Lisa Renee Rice, Madison, Mississippi, MS Hospital Equipment and Facilities Authority as a banker with experience in commercial lending, remainder of four year term effective February 10, 2022 and ending January 10, 2024, vice Charles R. Russell.
Analysis:
769. SN 129
Not Rated
George Edward (Ed) Tucker, Jr., Brandon, Mississippi, MS Hospital Equipment and Facilities Authority as the CPA experienced in hospital finance, remainder of four year term effective January 31, 2022 and ending January 10, 2024, vice S. Keith Winfield.
Analysis:
770. SN 131
Not Rated
Willie James Green, Ridgeland, Mississippi, Mississippi Prison Industries Board of Directors to represent the state at large, unexpired balance of a four year term ending May 5, 2022.
Analysis:
771. SN 132
Not Rated
Dr. Robert Carrington Dews, Jr., Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Mississippi State Board of Physical Therapy as the representative of physicians, four year term effective January 13, 2022 and ending June 30, 2024, vice Dr. Gene Barrett.
Analysis:
772. SN 133
Not Rated
Samuel Kevin (Sam) Blakeney, Sr., Bay Springs, Mississippi, Mississippi Board of Animal Health, four year term beginning August 1, 2021 and ending July 31, 2025, representing the Mississippi Livestock Auction Association.
Analysis:
773. SN 134
Not Rated
Jeremy Dwayne Graham, Thaxton, Mississippi, Mississippi Board of Animal Health as the Dairy Breeder and Producer representative, four year term beginning September 1, 2021 and ending August 31, 2025.
Analysis:
774. SN 135
Not Rated
Tyler Norman, Meridian, Mississippi, State Board of Contractors as the Roofing Contractor, five year term beginning July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2027.
Analysis:
775. SN 136
Not Rated
Kristopher Daniel (Kris) Sanders, Holly Springs, Mississippi, MS Hospital Equipment and Facilities Authority as the representative of the Third Supreme Court District, remainder of a four year term effective February 4, 2022 and ending June 30, 2024.
Analysis:
776. SN 137
Not Rated
Kimberly Leigh (Kim) LaRosa, Pass Christian, Mississippi, Mississippi Lottery Corporation Board of Directors, five year term effective February 15, 2022 and ending December 31, 2026.
Analysis:
777. SN 138
Not Rated
Guy Brad Feltenstein, Oxford, Mississippi, Mississippi Real Estate Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board to represent the First Congressional District, term effective January 1, 2022 and ending December 31, 2025.
Analysis:
778. SN 139
Not Rated
Merle Glenn Flowers, Southaven, Mississippi, Mississippi Business Finance Corporation, term effective immediately and ending June 1, 2027.
Analysis:
779. SN 140
Not Rated
Jennie Simmons, Lake, Mississippi, Mississippi Business Finance Corporation, term effective immediately and ending June 1, 2027.
Analysis:
780. SN 141
Not Rated
David Tipton, Grenada, Mississippi, Mississippi Business Finance Corporation, term effective immediately and ending June 1, 2024.
Analysis:
781. SN 142
Not Rated
Kimberly L. Campbell, Madison, Mississippi, Mississippi Department of Archives and History Board of Trustees, six year term beginning January 1, 2022 and ending January 1, 2028.
Analysis:
782. SN 143
Not Rated
Elizabeth (Betsey) Hamilton, New Albany, Mississippi, Mississippi Department of Archives and History Board of Trustees, six year term beginning January 1, 2022 and ending January 1, 2028.
Analysis:
783. SN 144
Not Rated
Julius Carter (Carter) Burns, Natchez, Mississippi, Mississippi Department of Archives and History Board of Trustees, six year term beginning January 1, 2022 and ending January 1, 2028.
Analysis:
784. SN 145
Not Rated
Sherri Carr (Sherri) Smith, Gulfport, Mississippi, Mississippi Commission on the Status of Women, unexpired term beginning March 11, 2022 and expiring June 30, 2025.
Analysis:
785. SN 146
Not Rated
Curtis Leon (Curt) Hebert, Jr., Madison, Mississippi, Mississippi Motor Vehicle Commission, remainder of term beginning March 10, 2022 and expiring June 30, 2022, vice Michael W. Williams.
Analysis:
786. SN 147
Not Rated
Curtis Leon (Curt) Hebert, Madison, Mississippi, Mississippi Motor Vehicle Commission, four year term beginning July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2026.
Analysis:
787. SN 149
Not Rated
Whitney Holliday Lipscomb, Ridgeland, Mississippi, Mississippi Commission on the Status of Women, unexpired term beginning March 10, 2022 and expiring June 30, 2024.
Analysis:
788. SN 150
Not Rated
Douglas Wesley (Wes) Rouse, III, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, MS Industries for the Blind as rep. with at least 5 years experience in finance or related field, remainder of four year term effective February 22, 2022 and ending June 30, 2025, vice Sam Walker.
Analysis:
789. SN 151
Not Rated
Thomas Henry (Tommy) Kline, Sr., Fulton, Mississippi, State Board of Contractors as the Plumbing or Heating and AC Contractor, five year term beginning July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2027.
Analysis:
790. SN 153
Not Rated
Jennifer Jackson Whittier, Brookhaven, Mississippi, Mississippi Charter School Authorizer Board, term effective July 1, 2022 and ending August 30, 2022.
Analysis:
791. SN 154
Not Rated
Jennifer Jackson Whittier, Brookhaven, Mississippi, Mississippi Charter School Authorizer Board, term effective August 31, 2022 and ending August 30, 2025.
Analysis:
792. SN 155
Not Rated
Kimberly Remak, Olive Branch, Mississippi, Mississippi Charter School Authorizer Board, term effective August 31, 2022 and ending August 30, 2025.
Analysis:
793. SN 156
Not Rated
Mary C. Werner, Saltillo, Mississippi, State Board of Education, unexpired term beginning June 14, 2021 and ending June 30, 2026, vice Sean Suggs.
Analysis:
794. SN 157
Not Rated
Joe E. Cloyd, Ocean Springs, Mississippi, Mississippi Business Finance Corporation, remainder of a vacant term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2021.
Analysis:
795. SN 158
Not Rated
Joe E. Cloyd, Ocean Springs, Mississippi, Mississippi Business Finance Corporation, six year term effective July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2027.
Analysis:
796. SR 3
Resolution
Commend Jackson Prep 'Patriots' Baseball Team for winning MAIS 5A State Baseball Championship for 4th consecutive season.
Analysis:
797. SR 4
Resolution
Commend Mississippi Insurance Department employee Nancy Cross for 63 years of service.
Analysis:
798. SR 5
Resolution
Commend Brandon High School 'Lady Bulldogs' Volleyball Team for winning 6A State Championship.
Analysis:
799. SR 6
Resolution
Mourn the loss and commend the life of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Daniel.
Analysis:
800. SR 7
Resolution
Congratulate Nakobe Dean, Outside Linebacker for National Champion Georgia 'Bulldogs' Football Team from Horn Lake High.
Analysis:
801. SR 8
Resolution
Commend Brookhaven High School 'Panthers' Boys Cross-Country Team for third consecutive State Championship.
Analysis:
802. SR 9
Resolution
Commend Pearl High School 'Pirates' Boys Track Team for winning MHSAA State 6A Championship.
Analysis:
803. SR 10
Resolution
Recognize sports and civic legacy of Coach L.D. Ready, Sr., of Richton, Mississippi.
Analysis:
804. SR 11
Resolution
Commend Brookhaven Academy 'Lady Cougars' Softball Team for MAIS 5A State Championship.
Analysis:
805. SR 12
Resolution
Commend Loyd Star High School 'Hornets' Golf Team for winning MHSAA Class 1 State Championship.
Analysis:
806. SR 13
Resolution
Pay tribute to the Civil Rights legacy of Rev. Dr. Charles Johnson, Sr., of Meridian, MS, and extend the condolences of Senate.
Analysis:
807. SR 14
Resolution
Celebrate the life and commend civic service of Marvin Hogan of Jackson, Mississippi, and extend condolences.
Analysis:
808. SR 15
Resolution
Celebrate the life and commend civic and business leadership of Carroll V. Hood of Hazlehurst, Mississippi, and extend condolences.
Analysis:
809. SR 16
Resolution
Congratulate Jackson State University 'Tigers' Football Coach Deion 'Coach Prime' Sanders for remarkable season.
Analysis:
810. SR 17
Resolution
Commend Jackson State University 'Tigers' Football Team for winning 2021 SWAC Championship.
Analysis:
811. SR 18
Resolution
Express sympathy and remember the legacy of Lusia 'Lucy' Harris of Minter City, Mississippi, 'The Queen of Basketball.'
Analysis:
812. SR 19
Resolution
Mourn the passing and commend service of Randy Tate, Executive Director of Boys & Girls Club of Pike County.
Analysis:
813. SR 20
Resolution
Congratulate South Panola High School Cheerleading Team for second consecutive National Championship.
Analysis:
814. SR 21
Resolution
Congratulate Brandon High School Cheerleading Team for National Championship.
Analysis:
815. SR 22
Resolution
Recognize Bishop James Edward Swanson, Sr., on his tenure as Resident Bishop of the MS Conference of The United Methodist Church.
Analysis:
816. SR 23
Resolution
Recognize legacy and service of Linda Ross Aldy upon her retirement as Executive Director of MS Optometric Association (MOA).
Analysis:
817. SR 24
Resolution
Commemorate the celebration of St. Patrick's Day in Mississippi and the American-Irish State Legislators Caucus.
Analysis:
818. SR 25
Resolution
Congratulate Lake High School 'Lady Hornets' Fast-Pitch Softball Team for winning the 2021 2A State Championship.
Analysis:
819. SR 26
Resolution
Commend Richland High School 'Rangers' Boys Soccer Team for second State Championship in four years.
Analysis:
820. SR 27
Resolution
Commend Florence High School Girls Soccer Team for Class 5A State Championship.
Analysis:
821. SR 28
Resolution
Recognize Pat Thomasson of Philadelphia as the first female Chair of the Board of Directors of the MMA.
Analysis:
822. SR 29
Resolution
Extend condolences of the Mississippi Senate to family of Veteran Canton Law Enforcement Officer Carl Larry Saxton, Sr.
Analysis:
823. SR 30
Resolution
Commend Pearl River Community College 'Wildcats' Cheer Squad for first National Championship.
Analysis:
824. SR 31
Resolution
Recognize Hinds County Chancellor Denise Owens on the occasion of her retirement.
Analysis:
825. SR 32
Resolution
Commend students of East Central High School in Jackson County for receiving MIT Technology Invention Grant.
Analysis:
826. SR 33
Resolution
Commend Picayune High School 'Maroon Tide' Football Team for MHSAA 5A State Championship.
Analysis:
827. SR 34
Resolution
Commend Cleveland High School 'Wolves' Boys Bowling Team for first State Championship.
Analysis:
828. SR 35
Resolution
Commend Holly Brand of Meridian, Mississippi, as Miss Mississippi 2021.
Analysis:
829. SR 36
Resolution
Commemorate service of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity in the Mississippi Delta.
Analysis:
830. SR 37
Resolution
Recognize D'Iberville Chief of Police Wayne H. Payne for his law enforcement service and retirement.
Analysis:
831. SR 38
Resolution
Paying tirbute to the life and legacy of Dr. Gustavus Adolphus 'Sonny' Rush III.
Analysis:
832. SR 39
Resolution
Celebrate the Quadrennial service of Bishop C. James King, Jr., Christian Methodist Episcopal Church.
Analysis:
833. SR 40
Resolution
Commend service of Dr. Mike McGrevey on his retirement from MDA.
Analysis:
834. SR 41
Resolution
Commend Mississippi High School Activities Association on its 100th Anniversary.
Analysis:
835. SR 42
Resolution
Commend judicial career of Honorable Norman L. Gillespie of Oxford and extend sympathy on his passing.
Analysis:
836. SR 43
Resolution
Commend Sister Paula Blouin upon retirement from Assisi Early Learning Center.
Analysis:
837. SR 44
Resolution
Commend Sharicka Gray, Fairview Elementary in Columbus, Mississippi, Extraordinary Educator Award.
Analysis:
838. SR 45
Resolution
Commend Becki Cope, Pleasant Hill Elementary in Olive Branch, Extraordinary Educator Award.
Analysis:
839. SR 46
Resolution
Commend Matthew Lambert of Bell Academy in Boyle, Mississippi, Extraordinary Educator Award.
Analysis:
840. SR 47
Resolution
Extend best wishes to former Senator Nevin Sledge on his 100th Birthday and commend his public service.
Analysis:
841. SR 48
Resolution
Mourn the passing of longtime Oxford Alderman Dr. William Clair 'Bill' Baker and recognizing his civic contributions.
Analysis:
842. SR 49
Resolution
Recognize Award-Winning Country Singer, Songwriter and Musician Charlie Worsham.
Analysis:
843. SR 50
Resolution
Recognize 45th Anniversary of the founding of Mu Xi Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity at USM.
Analysis:
844. SR 51
Resolution
Recognize Dr. Ailean Stingley as the recipient of USA Today's Women of the Year - Mississippi Honoree.
Analysis:
845. SR 52
Resolution
Recognize Tara Denevan as Mississippi Department of Education 2022 'Parent of the Year'.
Analysis:
846. SR 53
Resolution
Commend Vancleave High School 'Lady Bulldogs' Girls Volleyball Team for fifth consecutive State Championship.
Analysis:
847. SR 54
Resolution
Commend Alcorn State University Women's Cross Country Team for winning SWAC.
Analysis:
848. SR 55
Resolution
Commend Alcorn State University Men's Basketball Team for winning the SWAC Regular Season.
Analysis:
849. SR 56
Resolution
Commend the life of Ruth Antoninette Batton Campbell.
Analysis:
850. SR 57
Resolution
Recognize athletic and professional educator legacy of Coach Leon Campbell.
Analysis:
851. SR 58
Resolution
Commend Pascagoula High School Navy JROTC Air Rifle Team for winning State and Regional Titles and for All-Service Competition.
Analysis:
852. SR 59
Resolution
Recognize service and legacy of WWII Veteran Howard Bennett of Sumrall, Mississippi.
Analysis:
853. SR 60
Resolution
Recognize career and public health leadership of State Health Officer Thomas Dobbs, MD, MPH.
Analysis:
854. SR 61
Resolution
Commend service of Michele Blocker ITS on her retirement.
Analysis:
855. SR 62
Resolution
Commend Hancock High School 'Lady Hawks' Girls Bowling Team for three consecutive State Championships.
Analysis:
856. SR 63
Resolution
Recognize Jeff Rosamond for distinguished and outstanding legal service to the Mississippi Senate as Director of Legislative Services.
Analysis:
KEY: * = Amended % = 3/5ths Vote Required V = Vetoed
  $ = Revenue @ = Exempted From Deadline P = Partially Vetoed