House Calendar

FOR CONCURRENCE OR NONCONCURRENCE

Bill Number Bill Description
1. HB 1302
Good Policy
Optometry; Board shall define practice of, and authorize to perform certain procedures and use and prescribe certain drugs.
Analysis: This bill encourages increased participation in the healthcare market by removing restrictions on specifics services provided by optometrists. The government should remove restrictions and regulations where possible. Individual freedom to participate in the marketplace should be preserved to the fullest extent possible.
2. HB 374
Neutral
Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize issuance to supporters of Mississippi Theatre Association, Inc.
Analysis: This bill provides a way for citizens of Mississippi to willingly choose to support a specific organization through the selection of a distinctive motor vehicle license tag. Citizen engagement is essential to the overall stability of representative government. Government should find more ways to obtain funding through voluntary programs such as this.

MOTION TO RECONSIDER

Bill Number Bill Description
1. SB 2024
Neutral
Depositories; revise bid process for selection by counties and municipalities.
Analysis:

RULES

Bill Number Bill Description
1. HC 4
Resolution
Representative Gary Chism; commend dedicated legislative career and public service upon his retirement.
Analysis:
2. SC 502
Resolution
Remember the legacy of former Governor William F. Winter and extend deepest sympathy of the Legislature on his passing.
Analysis:
3. SC 517
Resolution
Pay tribute to the memory of former State Senator and Representative Nolan Mettetal.
Analysis:

APPROPRIATIONS

Bill Number Bill Description
1. SB 2474
Neutral
Department of Health; allow charges between agencies for services provided under the medical marijuana program.
Analysis: This bill conforms existing statute regarding the assessment of fees between government entities to include grant funds and pass-through money associated with Initiative 65 programs conducted by institutions of higher learning in the same manner as other grants funds and pass-through money.
2. SB 2829
Not Rated
Department of Revenue; allow to use tag revenue to cover tag program expenses.
Analysis:
3. SB 2863
Bad Policy
MDH; revise appropriation for FY2021 to allow purchase of accumulated compensatory time incurred before June 30, 2021.
Analysis: This bill initially changed the appropriation for the Department of Health to purchase unaccumulated compensatory time. However, the Committee Substitute for this bill adds in language to create a new “Special Treasury Fund" for the State Fire Academy Workforce Program” and remove this program from the requirement of being funded through the general fund. The State Fire Academy is required by statute to be funded by appropriation through the Legislature from the general fund. In addition to the creation of this special fund, this bill also specifically allows the State Fire Academy to utilize the monies in this special fund. This action is in direct contradiction to the Legislature's previous action during its 2016 session to eliminate unnecessary special funds and move in the direction of more responsible and accountable fiscal policies through streamlining the appropriation process by funding government functions from the general fund in a clear, line itemized approach.

WAYS AND MEANS

Bill Number Bill Description
1. SB 2435
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; revise various provisions relating to distilleries.
Analysis:
2. SB 2437
Neutral
Distinctive motor vehicle license tags; authorize for Wildlife Mississippi.
Analysis: This bill allows for voluntary financial support of government initiatives. Government should eliminate its mandatory spending on ancillary, non-essential government programs and seek alternative funding mechanisms that promote voluntary support by engaged citizens . The distinctive motor vehicle license tag program provides an excellent framework for voluntary citizen support of non-essential government programs.
3. SB 2477
Neutral
Mississippi Home Corporation; remove reverter on statute granting authority to issue negotiable bonds and notes.
Analysis:
4. SB 2507
Not Rated
Mississippi Development Authority; allow businesses located on tribal lands to be eligible for certain discretionary programs.
Analysis:
5. SB 2804
Good Policy
Alcoholic beverage; create delivery service permit.
Analysis: This bill continues Mississippi's flawed monopoly on the alcohol market in our state. However, the addition of a delivery service permit will expand access in the poorly run existing system.
6. SB 2806
Not Rated
Department of Revenue; bring forward code sections relating to ABC Division and authority to contract for services.
Analysis:
7. SB 2807
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; restore provision restricting areas in which manufacture, sale and distribution are authorized.
Analysis:
8. SB 2830
Neutral
New Markets Tax Credit; extend MDA's ability to allocate by one year.
Analysis: This bill extends existing tax credits. Ideally government should provide a similar relief to all taxpayers and reduce its overall spending.
9. SB 2831
Not Rated
Historic structure income tax credit; cap per taxpayer and authorize sale or transfer.
Analysis:
10. SB 2832
Good Policy
Upholstered household furniture manufacturing job tax credit; extend repealer from 2022 to 2026.
Analysis: This bill gives a tax credit to employers in the upholstered furniture manufacturing industry. Ideally, all Mississippi citizens would be given similar tax reductions, but this bill represents a good policy move in that it reduces, albeit marginally, the tax authority of the state.
11. SB 2839
Not Rated
SMART Business Act; create SMART Business Accelerate Initiative and distinguish from SMART Business Rebate.
Analysis:
12. SB 2843
Not Rated
Tax; phase out June 25 deadline for taxpayers with average liability of at least $50,000 to remit 75% of June liability.
Analysis:
13. SB 2850
Good Policy
Certificate of title; allow application without usual documents for vehicles at least 30 years old on oath of ownership.
Analysis: This bill increases government efficiency and removes unnecessary, burdensome restrictions on the activities of individuals. The government should continue to find common sense ways such as this to reduce the overwhelming number of unnecessary restrictions on the everyday lives of individuals.
14. SB 2868
Not Rated
Qualified resort areas; include certain municipalities.
Analysis:
15. SB 2872
Not Rated
Alcoholic beverages; remove election requirement for designation of area in Rankin County as a qualified resort area.
Analysis:
16. SB 2874
Not Rated
Residential and commercial contractors; require sales tax permit from Department of Revenue for pulling building permit.
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17. SB 2765
Not Rated
Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act; create.
Analysis:

GENERAL

Bill Number Bill Description
1. SB 2630
Neutral
County law library; authorize use of money for technological purposes.
Analysis: This bill neither expands nor contracts the size of government.
2. SB 2643
Good Policy
Service of tax sale notices; revise to allow service by a constable.
Analysis: This bill increases government efficiency by authorizing the utilization of the services of constable in keeping with the existing functions of that elected office.
3. SB 2107
Good Policy
Firearms; prohibit local governments and state agencies from restricting possession.
Analysis: This bill removes unnecessary restrictions on individual liberty, limits government authority over individuals, and clarifies existing statute to insure government is accountable for overreach.
4. SB 2270
Neutral
Autopsies; provide for confidentiality of photographs and recordings of.
Analysis:
5. SB 2552
Good Policy
Pretrial Intervention Program; prohibit eligibility for persons charged with public embezzlement over a certain amount.
Analysis: This bill increases accountability for those entrusted with responsibilities relating to the oversight and handling of taxpayers' money. Ideally, the government would apply this level of accountability to all individuals who are convicted for a violation of their oath of office or for an offense involving an office of public trust.
6. SB 2223
Bad Policy
Arrest warrants; authorize issuance for sex offenses against children upon oral testimony.
Analysis: This bill expands government authority and reduces individual liberty. In addition, this bill removes specific Constitutional protections. This bill eliminates the requirement of an in-person sworn affidavit for the issuance of a search warrant involving computer crimes investigations and grants authority to judges to issue search warrants based upon testimony given over the telephone and/or via facsimile. This bill also allows for electronic signatures on emergency domestic protection orders. These orders are issued without the accused having the ability to defend himself or herself. These orders operate outside of the standard court procedures without the Constitutionally prescribed right to due process. Given the very nature of this types of court order, the requirement of a judge's in-person signature should be preserved.
7. SB 2419
Neutral
State Medical Examiner fees; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
8. SB 2420
Not Rated
Temporary license for social workers; authorize to practice in nonprofit facilities.
Analysis:
9. SB 2746
Neutral
Hudson's Law; require healthcare providers to provide information to parents who receive a postnatal diagnosis of down syndrome.
Analysis:
10. SB 2750
Neutral
Pharmacy practice; revise definition of 'written guideline or protocol' regarding location of delegated prescribing functions.
Analysis:
11. SB 2751
Bad Policy
Mississippi Professional Massage Therapy Act; provide new requirements and extend the repealer thereon.
Analysis: This bill makes an unnecessary occupational license permanent.
12. SB 2759
Bad Policy
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families; increase the monthly amount.
Analysis: This bill increases government spending. Government should reduce its overall spending. In addition, government should implement policy changes that reduce dependency and encourage individual freedom and responsibility.
13. SB 2795
Good Policy
'Mississippi Earned Parole Eligibility Act'; enact.
Analysis: This bill expands eligibility for parole and specifically addresses the issue of individuals convicted of crime at or before 25 years of age. While government should work to eliminate mandatory minimum sentencing, this bill moves policy, if only slightly, towards equitable consequences for violations of crimes that endanger public safety and harm individuals and individual freedom.
14. SB 2279
Neutral
Parole and earned release; criminalize absconding.
Analysis: This bill applies consistent consequences of existing statute equally to all individuals convicted of crime(s) who are currently serving sentences under the Mississippi Department of Corrections.
15. SB 2313
Not Rated
Mississippi Intercollegiate Athletics Compensation Rights Act; allow athletes to be compensated for name, image and likeness.
Analysis:
16. SB 2606
Not Rated
Mississippi Native Spirit Law; create.
Analysis:
17. SB 2820
Bad Policy
Department of Tourism; create.
Analysis: This bill expands the size and scope of government beyond its proper role.
18. SB 2392
Not Rated
County port and harbor commission; provide for holdover of appointees.
Analysis:
19. SB 2020
Neutral
Tribal identification cards; recognize as legal means of personal identification.
Analysis:
20. SB 2087
Bad Policy
Cemetery owners; authorize to disinter dead human remains for reinterment, reburial or delivery to a carrier for transportation.
Analysis: Initially, this bill provides an avenue for next of kin to directly request certain actions be taken by cemetery owners regarding the disinterment and reinterment of their loved ones. This particular section of the bill represents good policy. Unfortunately, Section 5 of this bill removes all liability of cemetery owners in cases involving errors made by the cemetery owners during original interment that result in disinterment and reinterment of loved ones except in cases of intentional misconduct or malice. This bill interferes in our free market by inhibiting consumers’ ability to seek redress through a civil action in cases of negligence. Furthermore, this bill specifically provides government sanctioned concealment of possible evidence in cases of negligence that may be obtained during a disinterment and/or reinterment by specifically allowing cemetery owners to disinter and reinter loved ones five days before notifying next of kin of the already completed action.
21. SB 2324
Neutral
Bad Faith Assertions of Patent Infringement; extend repealer on.
Analysis:
22. SB 2621
Neutral
Task Force; establish to study domestic law matters.
Analysis:
23. SB 2253
Good Policy
Concealed carry weapons permit; combine with driver's license or identification card.
Analysis:
24. SB 2119
Good Policy
Pseudoephedrine and ephedrine; authorize sales and purchase of certain products containing without a prescription.
Analysis:
25. SB 2727
Neutral
Department of Archives and History; revise appointing authority for members of the board of trustees.
Analysis: This bill makes no changes to existing law; however, it brings forward code sections for amending at a later time.
26. SB 2824
Good Policy
State agencies; require annual reporting of pass-through money from line-item appropriation by the Legislature.
Analysis: This bill increases government transparency and accountability. Required reporting of pass-through money will hold both the grantor state agency and the grantee local entity accountable and provide a verifiable mechanism to compare data involving specific funds as reported from multiple sources.
27. SB 2623
Bad Policy
Motor vehicle insurance; extend repealer on Public Safety Verification and Enforcement Act.
Analysis: This bill reenacts code section. This means that code section repealed and was no longer law. This bill revives the expired/repealed code section returning it to law. As such, this bill expands the size and scope of government through the creation of a computerized verification system managed under the Department of Public Safety to, upon a traffic stop for a motor vehicle violation, investigate an individual’s insurance policy status and issue a separate citation. In cases of conflicting information provided by the individual and the computerized verification system, discretion of the officer is authorized regarding the individual’s insurance policy status. Furthermore, this bill reenacts code section that classifies violation of the crime reenacted by this bill as a a misdemeanor and, upon conviction, is punishable by a fine of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) and suspension of driving privilege for a period of one (1) year or until the owner of the motor vehicle shows proof of liability insurance that is in compliance. Government should not suspend drivers’ licenses for the offense of not having insurance. The inclusion of this language in the bill restricts individual freedom. The potential consequences of this bill will be detrimental to individuals’ ability to remain productive members of their community as well as providers for their families. This bill creates the potential for negative effects rippling out well beyond a simple motor vehicle violation to possible job loss, family dysfunction, inability to freely move about, etc.
28. SB 2631
Bad Policy
Health insurance; revise mandated coverage for telemedicine services.
Analysis: This bill increases the scope of government and increases unnecessary restrictions on individuals’ ability to participate in the free market. While the intent of this bill appears to be good policy in its explicit requirement of acknowledgement of telemedicine as its pertains to insurance reimbursements, this bill closes the door to many existing and potential providers telecommunications systems for the delivery of telemedicine by including the absolutely unnecessary phrase “HIPAA-compliant telecommunications systems.” (See line 41) This specific phrase creates a closed market that is not necessary according to existing federal and state statute. It is well-known within medical industry circles that HIPAA compliance is maintained by the healthcare provider. Telecommunications systems are not the responsible parties in telemedicine any more than they are the responsible parties as it relates to privacy issues in education. Education professionals all over the country utilize a variety of telecommunications systems for instruction delivery, teacher-parent communication, and community engagement, etc. without the necessity for specific telecommunications systems providers being utilized for those activities even though there are many significant federal and state statutes governing the rights of privacy for students and minors. This bill in its current form, whether intentional or not, is nothing more than an industry protection bill designed to close the door to innovation and entrepreneurship in telecommunications operating the healthcare market.
29. SB 2332
Neutral
Comprehensive Hurricane Damage Mitigation Program; extend repealer on development and implementation of program.
Analysis: This bill neither expands nor reduces the size of government. However, government should reduce its interference in the private activities of individuals to the fullest extent possible, including but not limited to the insurance marketplace, while preserving non-intrusive protections for the safety of individuals.
30. SB 2603
Neutral
Salvage or abandoned vehicles; authorize disposition by auction firms on behalf of insurers.
Analysis: This bill prescribes procedures for processing the disposition of salvage or abandoned vehicles for which insurance companies are unable to successfully obtain certificates of title within a set amount of time.
31. SB 2336
Neutral
MS First Responders Health and Safety Act; delay effective date of.
Analysis: This bill delays the effective date for the implementation of a government mandated insurance program for a specific class of government employees that is currently not required. This bill temporarily halts the expansion of government spending as it relates to this specific program.
32. SB 2165
Not Rated
Veterans Service Officers; revise certain qualifications and requirements.
Analysis:
33. SB 2294
Not Rated
Veteran Driver's License Designation; allow proof of military service in person.
Analysis:
34. SB 2624
Not Rated
MS Real Estate Commission; require to establish pilot program using administrative hearing officers.
Analysis:
35. SB 2833
Bad Policy
Motor Vehicle Commission Law; provide obligations of manufacturers, distributors & dealers regarding rates for parts and labor.
Analysis: This bill expands government authority over and interference in the free market. The proper role of government is to preserve individual liberty, including but not limited to the ability to participate in the free market.
36. SB 2205
Not Rated
Birth certificate; adoptee may obtain certified copy of original after 18 years.
Analysis:
37. SB 2627
Neutral
Home inspector license; require applicants to undergo certain background checks.
Analysis: This bill adds background checks to the list requirements to qualify for a home inspector license in the state of Mississippi. The existing criteria for which a license may be denied includes a felony conviction or a plea of guilty or nolo contendere in the previous fives years. Given the existing criteria, this bill does not expand government authority directly. However, government should continually work to reduce its restrictions, regulations, and barriers to employment to the fullest extent possible while preserving public safety.
38. SB 2638
Not Rated
Electronic documents; provide recording procedure for counties without electronic-recording capability.
Analysis:
39. SB 2076
Not Rated
Mississippi Fair Commission; remove repealer and revise advisory council composition.
Analysis:
40. SB 2077
Good Policy
Central Market Board; abolish and transfer functions to the Department of Agriculture and Commerce.
Analysis:
41. SB 2072
Not Rated
Pecan Harvesting Law; revise penalties for violating.
Analysis:
42. SB 2124
Not Rated
Mississippi Department of Employment Security; revise various provisions regarding authority of.
Analysis:
43. SB 2521
Not Rated
Mississippi Advantage Jobs Act; revise definition of 'new direct job' for incentive applicants from and after July 1, 2010.
Analysis:
44. SB 2827
Not Rated
Public purchases; specify prequalification process for construction manager at risk soliciting bids for projects.
Analysis:
45. SB 2689
Not Rated
State Auditor; increase fee which may be charged for performing audits and other services.
Analysis:
46. SB 2816
Neutral
Public officials and employees; allow Department of Revenue appraisers to receive same pay increases as county tax assessors.
Analysis: This bill could potentially lead to increased government spending; however, it does not actually increase spending. The bill provides that when an appraiser employed by the Department of Revenue attends and successfully completes any part of the Mississippi Education and Certification Program and receives a certification the Commissioner of Revenue is authorized to increase the salary of the appraiser in the amount authorized in Section 27-3-52 for completion of the same certification level by a county tax assessor and/or his deputies or assistants. Government should reduce its overall spending to offset any performance based salary increases for government employees.
47. SB 2121
Bad Policy
Intimate visual material; criminalize disclosure of.
Analysis: This bill expands government authority by creating an entirely new criminal offense.
48. SB 2569
Neutral
Urine; create the crime of selling or tampering with urine.
Analysis:
49. SB 2792
Good Policy
Fresh Start Act of 2019; expand.
Analysis: This bill promotes individual liberty and removes unnecessary barriers and restrictions on individuals attempting to obtain employment in sectors of Mississippi ‘s economy that require occupational licenses under our state's current laws.
50. SB 2572
Not Rated
DUI law; revise fourth offense of and require all expunctions to be confidentially registered.
Analysis:
51. SB 2282
Good Policy
Youth detention; raise minimum age for youth commitment to state training school and secure detention.
Analysis: This bill raises the minimum age of youth commitment to state training school and secure detention from 10 to 12.
52. SB 2434
Not Rated
Capitol police; transfer to Department of Public Safety.
Analysis:
53. SB 2117
Not Rated
Juvenile offenders; provide alternative sentencing and parole options.
Analysis:
54. SB 2573
Good Policy
Department of Public Safety; implement uniform reporting standards for jail census data & create & maintain a centralized database.
Analysis:
55. SB 2204
Neutral
Revised LLC Act and MS Registered Agents Act; require listing of registered agent's email address.
Analysis:
56. SB 2626
Neutral
MS Business Corporation Act; amend to allow corporations to hold annual or special shareholder meetings remotely.
Analysis:
57. SB 2602
Not Rated
Nonadmitted insurer policy fee; divert certain amount to fund fire trucks and fire apparatus/protection grants.
Analysis:
58. SB 2018
Not Rated
Mississippi Telephone Solicitation Act; extend repealer on provision requiring deposit of fees to State General Fund.
Analysis:
59. SB 2481
Neutral
Memorial highways; designate various segments.
Analysis:
60. SB 2478
Not Rated
Motor carrier safety improvements; prohibit consideration of use in evaluation of employment status.
Analysis:
61. SB 2483
Neutral
Electric bicycles; classify as bicycles and not as motor vehicles, and regulate.
Analysis:
62. SB 2598
Good Policy
Department of Public Safety; revise licensing.
Analysis: This bill reduces government regulations by removing unnecessary restrictions on military spouses attempting to obtain a Mississippi driver’s license. This bill also reduces government mandates on individuals by eliminating the absolutely unnecessary Intermediate driver’s license. Government should eliminate all such unnecessary regulations, restrictions, and mandates on the everyday activities of individuals.
63. SB 2785
Good Policy
Driver's license requirements; exempt military members, spouses and dependent children under certain conditions.
Analysis:
64. SB 2788
Not Rated
Radar speed detection; revise provisions concerning use by Highway Patrol and municipal law enforcement in certain cities.
Analysis:
65. SB 2825
Not Rated
Mississippi Transportation Infrastructure Investment Act of 2021; create.
Analysis:
66. SB 2605
Not Rated
Golf carts and low-speed vehicles; authorize municipalities to permit operation on municipal streets.
Analysis:
67. SB 2075
Neutral
State parks; change name of Natchez State Park to 'Bob M. Dearing Natchez State Park.'
Analysis:
68. SB 2081
Good Policy
University of Mississippi Medical Center property; revise leasing authority by removing provision requiring mixed-use development.
Analysis: This bill provides an avenue to reduce government spending and encourages better use of resources.. The bill enables UMMC to more efficiently lease property by removing restrictions on the terms of the lease.
69. SB 2651
Neutral
Surplus property; clarify current policy to conform with federal regulations for the Department of Finance and Administration.
Analysis: This bill conforms state law to federal statute.
70. SB 2189
Bad Policy
Counties and municipalities; authorize to offer Medicare-eligible employees supplemental compensation if employees secure Medicare.
Analysis: This bill expands the size of Medicare dependent people and passes off gainfully employed individuals working in local government from the local government insurance policy to the federal government insurance policy while simultaneously offering those employees supplemental compensation. Government funding no matter at what level all comes from the same pocket, the taxpayer’s pocket. This bill serves to assist local governments while maintaining the burden on the taxpayers as the money to fund government insurance still comes from their pockets regardless.
71. SB 2373
Not Rated
Motor fuel sales; provide immunity for damages caused by the use of incompatible fuel upon certain conditions.
Analysis:
72. SB 2648
Not Rated
MS Geologic Sequestration of Carbon Dioxide Act; Oil and Gas Board shall have jurisdiction to enforce provisions of.
Analysis:
73. SB 2649
Not Rated
Energy efficiency contracts; extend repeal date on use of.
Analysis:
74. SB 2035
Not Rated
Hunting; allow air guns, air bows and pre-charged pneumatic weapons, and authorize special seasons for CWD sample collection.
Analysis:
75. SB 2798
Bad Policy
Broadband services; provide for the participation of rate-regulated electric utilities in the expansion of.
Analysis: This bill restricts individuals’ right to property and protections of that property under existing law. (See lines 361-376) This bill grants authority to trespass on private property to broadband operators, broadband service providers, and retail customers by exempting them from the requirement to obtain permission from a property owner before entering the property of which the owners have previously granted access to rate-regulated public utilities through a right-of-way agreement. Existing agreements between property owners and rate-regulated public utilities will be expanded without the consent of nor compensation of the property owner to include access for any additional company operating under the new definition also created by this bill of “broadband services” in direct contradiction to existing contract law.
76. SB 2261
Good Policy
Perpetual cemetery law; revise notice and maintenance provisions for counties and municipalities.
Analysis: This bill increases government efficiency and protects public safety. This bill provides a common sense mechanism to clean up specific property that poses a risk to public safety.
77. SB 2149
Neutral
MAEP; Department of Education required to hold harmless school district from calculating 2020-2021 average daily attendance.
Analysis: This bill prevents school districts from losing money due to reduced attendance during COVID. The bigger problem is that Miss. uses an outdated method for counting students: Average Daily Attendance (ADA). Instead of putting off the inevitable need to replace Average Daily Attendance with a better way of counting – and funding -- students, lawmakers should explore replacing ADA with a formula based on enrollment counts. This would result in more equitable and accurate funding decisions.
78. SB 2267
Good Policy
Teacher license; allow reciprocity if teacher possesses standard license from other state.
Analysis: This bill builds upon the idea of interstate licensure reciprocity. It eliminates unnecessary criteria when granting reciprocity to out of state license holders thereby increasing government efficiency in filling vacant teacher positions. This bill also increases government accountability by establishing a specific timeframe for responsive action by MDE while maintaining the safety of our public education students.
79. SB 2664
Not Rated
Early Learning Collaborative Act of 2013; prescribe standards and benchmarks.
Analysis:
80. SB 2799
Not Rated
Mississippi Medicaid Program; make technical amendments to reimbursements and administration.
Analysis:
81. SB 2252
Not Rated
Special Care Facility for Paroled Inmates; authorize parole for medically frail inmates, licensure and Medicaid reimbursement.
Analysis:
82. SB 2293
Not Rated
Claims by veterans under consumer protection law; Mississippi Veterans Affairs Board offers service free of charge.
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LOCAL AND PRIVATE

Bill Number Bill Description
1. HB 1437
Not Rated
Town of Byhalia; authorize transfer of certain funds for infrastructure improvements.
Analysis:
2. HB 1453
Not Rated
City of Booneville; extend date of repeal on city's hotel, motel and restaurant tax.
Analysis:
3. HB 1465
Not Rated
Town of Mize; authorize a tax on restaurants to promote tourism, parks and recreation.
Analysis:
4. HB 1466
Not Rated
Oxford Municipal Reserve and Trust Fund; make technical correction concerning certain internal reference within.
Analysis: