Appropriations

2020 Regular Session

Appropriations

Bill Number Bill Description Bill Status
HB 1
Neutral
Appropriation; Department of Education for additional funding for teachers' salaries. Alive
Analysis: This is a deficit appropriation of $18 million to fully fund last year's teacher pay raise. Approximately 9,000 teachers were not included in the original MDE calculation. While this fulfills an obligation the state made, it still increases the size of government.
HB 94
Bad Policy
Center for Rural Health Innovation; establish to provide services and resources to rural hospitals. Alive
Analysis: This bill creates the Mississippi Center for Rural Health Innovation, which is to be an entity operating under the auspices of the State Department of Health. Ironically, this new government entity is tasked with solving a crisis that was brought on by government polices. This is a classic example of government creating an issue (the absence of rural hospitals in this case) and then spending resources to "solve" this problem through a brand new "commission" or "board" or in this case, "center." Certificate of Need Laws in addition with other arbitrary and freedom-threatening government mandates on the health care industry have driven up the cost of providing medical services in Mississippi and effectively priced rural Mississippi out of the healthcare market. Now, the state government wants to spend more taxpayer dollars to fund a "center" to solve this issue. This bill is government hypocrisy at its finest.
HB 127
Neutral
Budget process; bring forward various sections relating to. Alive
Analysis:
HB 263
Bad Policy
School attendance officers; clarify salaries of. Alive
Analysis: This bill raises the salaries of school attendance officers. Raising the salaries of school officials is not a prudent solution to repairing the state of our public education. There are a myriad of needs present in our public education system, higher salaries for school administrators is not one of them.
HB 264
Bad Policy
Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol officers and Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics officers; clarify salaries of. Alive
Analysis: This bill raises the salaries for all officers of the Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol and the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics. Every Mississippian has a taxpayer burden of over $11,000 and the state is currently attempting to foot a $14 Billion bill with around $5.7 Billion of assets. The financial reality of the state of Mississippi is one that was reached through reckless government and needless pay increases for government workers. With these numbers in mind it is hard to imagine a legitimate justification for further raising the salaries of government workers.
HB 265
Bad Policy
Elected state officers; salaries shall not be more than average of salaries of equivalent officials in adjacent states. Alive
Analysis: This bill raises current salaries for statewide elected officers at a level roughly equivalent to that of adjacent states. There is no justification for a raise in these salaries. Also, as there is no shortage of people who would seek these jobs, their salaries are way above their actual market value.
HB 378
Neutral
Community colleges; authorize boards of trustees to approve certain policies permitting out-of-state tuition waivers. Alive
Analysis: This bill makes it easier for community colleges to waive out-of-state tuition, requiring board approval.
HB 445
Good Policy
State veterans nursing homes; authorize to operate group purchasing programs jointly with other public entities. Alive
Analysis: This bill authorizes state veterans nursing homes to participate in group purchasing programs with other public entities.
HB 524
Neutral
Disaster Assistance Trust Fund; expand uses of and increase maximum amount that may be transferred to. Alive
Analysis: This bill authorizes two more possible uses for the Disaster Assistance Trust Fund and increases the maximum amount that may be transferred to that fund from the reserve fund during one fiscal year from $1 Million to $2 Million.
HB 547
Neutral
MS Workers' Compensation Commission; return to a special fund agency. Alive
Analysis: This bill sets up a special Administrative Expense fund for the MS Worker's Compensation Commission. As it stands, these funds come from the state general fund, this bill creates a fund especially for the purpose of administrative expenses of the commission.
HB 666
Bad Policy
Gifted education; require school districts to provide for students in Grades 7 and 8. Alive
Analysis: Current state law requires gifted programs for grades 2-6, this bill expands that requirement to 7th and 8th grade. This is an unfunded mandate that requires schools to stretch their existing resources thinner to meet this state requirement. Each individual school district knows best how to spend their resources.
HB 667
Neutral
Public special purpose schools; clarify provision related to administrative and licensed instructional personnel of. Alive
Analysis:
HB 721
Neutral
Rural Fire Truck Acquisition Assistance Program; authorize an additional round for counties and municipalities. Alive
Analysis: This bill authorizes the state to further fund the Rural Fire Truck Acquisition Program at a level that would allow all stations under this program to receive funds for an additional fire truck.
HB 755
Neutral
Community colleges; authorize boards of trustees to waive out-of-state tuition to certain students upon agreement to remain in the state. Alive
Analysis: Gives community colleges the ability to waive out-of-state tuition costs. However, if a students accepts this agreement, they must remain in the state for 2 years upon completion or they will be required to pay back waived tuition plus interest.
HB 757
Neutral
School mobile panic button program; require Department of Education to develop and implement in K-12 public schools. Alive
Analysis: This bill requires every public school district to implement a school mobile panic button program. This program would be an app that could be used by anyone in a public school to alert authorities in the event of an emergency situation.
HB 758
Bad Policy
State judges; provide for increase in the annual salaries of. Alive
Analysis: This bill increases the salaries of our state's judges and justices. While our judges provide a valuable service, the reality of our state's financial situation is such that it is not prudent to be raising salaries for any state employee. Every Mississippian has a taxpayer burden of over $11,000 and the state is currently attempting to foot a $14 Billion bill with around $5.7 Billion of assets. This bill is out of line with what ought to be the legislature's priorities and continues a pattern of reckless spending increases.
HB 768
Neutral
Mississippi Board of Mental Health; authorize to sell certain state-owned real property located in Meridian, Lauderdale County, MS. Alive
Analysis: This bill authorizes the Mississippi Board of Mental Health to sell the state-owned property that used to be the Old Friendship Center in Meridian.
HB 770
Bad Policy
'Trauma-Informed Discipline Practices Act; enact to establish procedures to assess and mediate effects of traumatic events in schools. Alive
Analysis: This requires every public school district to submit a state plan in accordance with MDE regulations concerning adverse childhood experiences.
HB 835
Neutral
Littering violations; add assessment for LSBP funds. Alive
Analysis: This bill raises the fine for littering violations from $50 to $100 and stipulates that $50 of the fine must go towards bridge replacement and rehabilitation.
HB 837
Bad Policy
Health insurance policies; require certain to provide infertility coverage and establish pilot program in State Health Plan. Alive
Analysis: This bill requires insurance companies to provide coverage for any medically necessary treatments of infertility, including in-vitro fertilization and artificial insemination. Government mandates requiring private entities such as insurance companies to alter in any way the service they provide to their customers denigrates the legitimacy of the free-market and ultimately raises costs for the buyer and supplier of insurance policies.
HB 864
Bad Policy
Department of Revenue; allow department appraisers to receive certain pay increases upon completing certain training. Alive
Analysis: This bill authorizes a pay increase for appraisers that complete extra training. The state of Mississippi already imposes a huge tax burden on its citizens. This bill is out of line with what should be the state's priorities and hands another tax burden to Mississippians without sufficient cause.
HB 954
Neutral
ABC Division officers; compensation shall be determined by special plan approved by Personnel Board. Alive
Analysis: This bill changes the device through which the amount of compensation received by officers of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Division and the Department of Revenue shall be determined. The amount of compensation will be determined by the State Personnel Board through a special plan that takes into account the cost of travel for these officers.
HB 1130
Neutral
State Domestic Violence Fund; remove match requirement. Alive
Analysis: This bill removes a requirement that all state funded grants to a domestic violence shelter must be matched at at least 25% by local funds.
HB 1165
Neutral
Computer science curriculum; require State Department of Education to implement in K-12 public schools. Alive
Analysis: This mandates public schools in the state teach computer science programs. While the goal is noble, this is another state requirement on public schools that should have local authority.
HB 1233
Bad Policy
School athletic trainers; provide annual salary supplement for those acquiring national certification. Alive
Analysis: This bill authorizes salary supplements for school athletic trainer upon attainment of national certification. As every Mississippi citizen has a taxpayer burden of over $11,000 and the state is currently attempting to foot a $14 Billion bill with around $5.7 Billion of assets, the state of Mississippi is in no financial position to be entertaining salary supplements for state employees.
HB 1255
Bad Policy
National board certification annual salary supplement; remove cap on number of nurses and speech-language pathologists eligible for. Alive
Analysis: Currently there is a cap of 35 on how many nurses and speech-language pathologists are eligible for the national certification salary supplement. This bill removes that cap. As every Mississippi citizen has a taxpayer burden of over $11,000 and the state is currently attempting to foot a $14 Billion bill with around $5.7 Billion of assets, the state of Mississippi is in no financial position to be entertaining salary supplements for state employees.
HB 1376
Neutral
Commissioner of Corrections, and community corrections; bring forward various sections relating to. Alive
Analysis:
HB 1377
Good Policy
Corrections omnibus bill; enact. Alive
Analysis: This bill simplifies and standardizes parole requirements for Mississippi’s inmates in an attempt to remove the uncertainty that currently plagues the process, giving inmates, their families and Mississippians a clearer idea of what to expect as far as parole is considered. The bill also makes it easier for parole board officers to order psychiatric/psychological evaluations on inmates in order to assist them in making the best decision regarding parole. In addition, the bill mandates that correctional facilities must submit a rehabilitative case plan for all inmates who will be eligible for parole within 90 days of incarceration. As a whole, this bill holds Mississippi’s correctional facilities more accountable by defining a set parole criteria and ensuring that the facilities are focused on rehabilitation as a priority for Mississippi’s inmates.
HB 1383
Neutral
Economic Development Highway Act; revise definition of high economic benefit project. Alive
Analysis:
HB 1387
Good Policy
Mississippi Workforce Incentive Act of 2020; create. Alive
Analysis: This bill requires coordination between community colleges, the Mississippi community college board, and the legislature to provide funding for the enhancement of Mississippi's career and technical programs. Many Mississippi students stand to benefit from the shift in focus towards career and technical education as the traditional college prep pathway is not suitable for every student, especially in today's world of high-cost higher education.
HB 1415
Neutral
Public Service Commission; remove from the provisions of the Mississippi Budget Transparency and Simplification Act. Alive
Analysis:
HB 1434
Good Policy
Part-time law enforcement officers; revise salary threshold determination for deputy sheriffs and police officers. Alive
Analysis: This bill raises the pay threshold at which law enforcement officers are considered "full time". This will reduce the number of officers who are working less than others that receive full time benefits, saving the taxpayer money.
HB 1485
Good Policy
Corrections; authorize George and Greene Counties to privatize regional correctional facility. Alive
Analysis: This bill allows for a contract between the Department of Corrections and the board of supervisors of George and Greene Counties for the purpose of incarcerating state inmates in the George/Green County Correctional Facility. This will help alleviate some of the issues brought on by overcrowding in state prisons.
HB 1513
Good Policy
Inmate Welfare Fund; require DOC to expend unused portions of the fund on reentry purposes. Alive
Analysis: Allows DOC to use unused funds on on housing and reentry expenses.
HB 1542
Neutral
IHL; authorize to enter into services agreements for certain repairs, maintenance and capitol improvements of a university utility system. Alive
Analysis: This bill authorizes the IHL to enter into a service agreement for repairs, maintenance and improvements to the University of Southern Mississippi.
HB 1591
Not Rated
Appropriation; additional for various state agencies for Fiscal Year 2020. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2001
Bad Policy
Teachers' salaries; provide for increase. Alive
Analysis: This bill provides a $1,000 across-the-board teacher pay increase. While we support paying high-performing teachers, across-the-board salary increases are not the solution. In fact, evidence shows that higher pay often does not translate into more productivity. The issue is not that there is not enough money for teachers available, it is that our budget is eaten up with administrative costs that have risen over the past few years. Once this inequity is addressed by cutting bureaucracy in the educational system, more money will be available to pay teachers. Restructuring the funds already in place and examining closely the necessity of our abundant administrative costs can accomplish the worthy goal of providing more funding directly to the instructional staff in the classroom.
SB 2005
Not Rated
State Health Insurance Plan; provide benefits to surviving spouse/dependent of law enforcement officer killed in the line of duty. Dead
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SB 2013
Not Rated
Tenth Circuit Court District; create subdistrict and additional judge. Dead
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SB 2014
Not Rated
Schools; require carbon monoxide detectors in all. Dead
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SB 2015
Not Rated
Payroll date for school district employees; authorize semimonthly payroll in discretion of local school board. Dead
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SB 2016
Not Rated
Assistant teachers; increase salaries for. Dead
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SB 2017
Not Rated
Local school board members; prescribe salary scale based upon school district student enrollment. Dead
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SB 2021
Not Rated
Average daily attendance for MAEP purposes; shall include any student sick day. Dead
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SB 2022
Bad Policy
Kindergarten-age children; require compulsory school attendance for all. Dead
Analysis: This bill would lower the age of compulsory education to 5. It is currently 6, as it is in half the states. Only 10 states set compulsory age at 5. This infringes on a the right of parents to determine the age their child should begin school.
SB 2024
Not Rated
Teachers' salary; implement a four-year phase in to increase to the southeastern average. Dead
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SB 2025
Not Rated
Department of Education; develop system for schools to report data required by federal law. Dead
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SB 2026
Not Rated
IHL; must allocate funding for nonresident students to student financial aid programs. Dead
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SB 2027
Not Rated
Appropriation FY2021; Church of God in Christ historical markers in Holmes County, Mississippi. Alive
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SB 2030
Not Rated
2018 Transportation and Infrastructure Improvements Fund; specify additional capital projects in Crenshaw and Marks, Mississippi. Dead
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SB 2042
Not Rated
State agencies; prohibit use of monies budgeted for vacant positions to fund salary increase for filled positions. Dead
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SB 2046
Not Rated
Mid-year budget reductions; exempt MAEP funds. Dead
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SB 2058
Not Rated
Appropriation FY2021; to Town of Crenshaw and Town of Marks for road repair. Alive
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SB 2064
Not Rated
Appropriation FY2021; West Central Mississippi Incubator Grant Program. Alive
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SB 2077
Not Rated
Department of Environmental Quality; may contract for environmental impact study on poultry houses. Dead
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SB 2080
Not Rated
Probation and parole officers; limit number of cases that may be handled. Dead
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SB 2083
Not Rated
Part-time law enforcement officers; revise salary threshold determination. Dead
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SB 2089
Not Rated
Highways; require four-laning of portions of Highway 6 in Coahoma, Panola and Quitman Counties. Dead
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SB 2090
Not Rated
School athletic trainers; provide annual salary supplement for those certified through the national certification program. Dead
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SB 2095
Not Rated
Bonds; authorize issuance of general obligation bonds to assist Como, Mississippi, in repaving State Highway 310. Alive
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SB 2137
Not Rated
Appropriation FY 2021; to Mississippi Hills National Heritage Area. Alive
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SB 2138
Not Rated
Appropriation FY 2021; to University of Mississippi Medical Center for fire protection. Alive
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SB 2143
Not Rated
Appropriation FY2021; to North Mississippi Symphony Orchestra for junior-high or high-school performances. Alive
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SB 2146
Not Rated
School Resource Officers; require uniform statewide training program. Dead
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SB 2147
Not Rated
Assistant teachers/reading instructors; require in each K-3 class. Dead
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SB 2149
Bad Policy
Appropriation; additional appropriation to Department of Finance & Administration for the 2020 Census. Alive
Analysis: This is an appropriation of $400,000 from the state's general fund towards assisting the Federal Government's 2020 census in Mississippi. The state of Mississippi is in no position to be allocating funds towards projects that other government entities are ultimately responsible for and ultimately cannot afford to spend funds in ways that are unnecessary and largely wasteful.
SB 2180
Not Rated
Medicaid eligibility; revise to include certain disabled children. Dead
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SB 2181
Not Rated
Medicaid; expand eligibility to include individuals entitled to benefits under federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Dead
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SB 2186
Not Rated
Mississippi Rural Physicians Scholarship Residency Program; include emergency medicine students. Dead
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SB 2194
Not Rated
Mississippi Telephone Solicitation Act; remove repealer on statute providing for the deposit of fees into the State General Fund. Alive
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SB 2205
Not Rated
Mississippi Workers' Compensation Commission; reestablish as special fund agency. Dead
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SB 2206
Not Rated
Mississippi Performance-Based-Pay (MPBP) Plan; allow schools to grant enhanced supplements to more experienced teachers. Dead
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SB 2211
Not Rated
Charter schools; reconstitute authorizer board and clarify funding. Dead
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SB 2218
Not Rated
Office of Medicaid Inspector General; create. Dead
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SB 2223
Not Rated
Medicaid reimbursement for certain home services; impose moratorium on new providers. Dead
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SB 2246
Not Rated
Mid-year budget reductions; exempt MAEP funds. Dead
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SB 2248
Not Rated
State Flag; revise design of. Dead
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SB 2258
Not Rated
State Superintendent of Education; provide limitation on salary. Dead
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SB 2261
Not Rated
DA criminal investigators; revise salary of. Dead
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SB 2264
Not Rated
Appropriation FY 2021; IHL-University of Mississippi Medical Center for Mississippi Rural Physicians Scholarship Program. Alive
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SB 2284
Not Rated
Mandatory K-12 computer science curriculum; require State Department of Education to implement. Dead
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SB 2286
Not Rated
Early Learning Collaborative Act of 2013; revise funding and specify teaching standards. Alive
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SB 2293
Not Rated
Department of Human Services; establish a grant program for regional food banks. Dead
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SB 2306
Not Rated
Durable medical equipment; fix Medicaid reimbursement rate at 100% of Medicare rate. Dead
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SB 2320
Not Rated
Appropriation; Rural Fire Truck Fund for additional round of trucks under Acquisition Assistance Program. Alive
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SB 2345
Not Rated
Appropriation FY 2020; to Department of Archives and History for an historical statue of Emmett Till at Leflore County Courthouse. Alive
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SB 2352
Not Rated
Community schools planning grant program; establish fund. Dead
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SB 2353
Not Rated
Critical Needs Teacher Forgivable Loan Program; extend repealer on. Alive
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SB 2354
Not Rated
School employee salary supplements; remove limitation on number of school nurses and language therapists eligible for. Dead
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SB 2357
Not Rated
Community colleges; to establish national credential or certification incentives for Mississippi students. Dead
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SB 2358
Not Rated
Community/Junior College Grant Program; establish to provide financial aid to community/junior college students. Dead
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SB 2359
Not Rated
Community colleges; board of trustees approve policies for out-of-state tuition waiver. Dead
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SB 2378
Not Rated
Rural Fire Truck Acquisition Assistance Program; authorize an additional round for counties and municipalities. Dead
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SB 2387
Not Rated
'Mississippi Targeted Student Loan Forgiveness Act'; create program under IHL Board of Trustees. Dead
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SB 2395
Not Rated
School board members; increase pay. Alive
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SB 2400
Not Rated
Assistant teachers; provide 'C,' 'D,' and 'F' districts with additional. Dead
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SB 2405
Not Rated
Division of Medicaid; apply for necessary waivers to eliminate waiting period for services. Dead
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SB 2406
Not Rated
Medicaid reimbursement; exempt community mental health centers from the 5% reduction in rates of reimbursement to providers. Dead
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SB 2412
Not Rated
Mississippi Adequate Education Program; fully fund. Dead
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SB 2413
Not Rated
Mississippi teacher shortage areas of the state; establish a Teacher Shortage Commission to contract for internet STEM services. Dead
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SB 2419
Not Rated
Distribution of sets of the Mississippi Code of 1972; revise. Dead
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SB 2448
Not Rated
Public Defenders Education Fund; establish education and training cost. Dead
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SB 2452
Not Rated
Rapid DNA Task Force; establish within the Department of Public Safety. Dead
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SB 2475
Not Rated
State employee salaries; direct State Personnel Board to implement across-the-board increase. Dead
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SB 2480
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; shall pay correctional facility employees for all accumulated comp time upon termination or death. Dead
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SB 2481
Not Rated
MDOC; require to provide cash overtime pay instead of comp time to correctional facility employees. Dead
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SB 2494
Not Rated
Medicaid eligibility; provide coverage Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly. Dead
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SB 2499
Not Rated
Medicaid; expand eligibility to include individuals entitled to benefits under federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Dead
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SB 2502
Not Rated
Department of Education; require to develop a statewide school mobile panic button program. Dead
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SB 2504
Not Rated
Teachers' salaries; provide for increase and implement plan to fund at the southeastern average. Dead
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SB 2516
Not Rated
Mississippi Veterans Cemeteries; create special trust fund for administration and maintenance. Dead
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SB 2520
Not Rated
Mississippi Veterans Nursing Homes; create special trust fund for administration and maintenance. Dead
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SB 2560
Not Rated
Mississippi Save Our Schools Program; create. Dead
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SB 2573
Not Rated
Economic and Academic Need Forgivable Loan Program; create. Dead
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SB 2574
Not Rated
Department of Education; require central reporting system for federal data. Dead
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SB 2575
Not Rated
Accreditation of schools; allow schools to employ up to 10% nonlicensed teachers to teach in core areas. Dead
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SB 2594
Not Rated
The Equal Opportunity for Students with Special Needs Act; revise and extend repealer. Alive
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SB 2607
Not Rated
Mississippi Board of Human Services; establish to provide policy direction for the Department of Human Services. Dead
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SB 2612
Not Rated
Medicaid reimbursement; authorize for substance abuse and mental health services for pregnant and postpartum women. Dead
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SB 2626
Not Rated
Mississippi Qualified Health Center Grant Program; provide for physician grants. Alive
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SB 2633
Not Rated
Driver's licenses; revise various laws regarding. Alive
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SB 2634
Not Rated
Mississippi Department of Public Safety driver services functions; transfer to Office of Secretary of State. Dead
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SB 2646
Not Rated
Juvenile offenders; establish the Juvenile Offender Parole and Rehabilitation Act. Dead
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SB 2651
Not Rated
Restitution centers; transition to post-release reentry centers. Dead
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SB 2684
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; increase number of offenders in regional facilities and adjust regional per diem. Alive
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SB 2698
Not Rated
State offenders; MDOC to reimburse counties for medical and legal fees of. Dead
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SB 2713
Not Rated
Securities registration filings with Secretary of State; revise fees. Dead
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SB 2714
Not Rated
Patent issuance; conform fee to that collected by the chancery clerk. Dead
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SB 2729
Not Rated
Department of Finance & Administration; authorize to sell, lease or develop the Sun-n-Sand property. Dead
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SB 2730
Not Rated
'Smith Wills Stadium Commission'; establish to enter into MOU to remodel and manage the stadium. Dead
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SB 2735
Not Rated
'Future of Mississippi Agriculture Act of 2020'; enact. Dead
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SB 2743
Not Rated
Mississippi correctional system; establish Department of Reentry and Supervision and Office of Corrections Ombudsman. Dead
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SB 2756
Not Rated
Office of Department of Corrections Ombudsman; establish. Dead
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SB 2766
Not Rated
Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol officers and Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics officers; increase salaries. Dead
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SB 2767
Not Rated
State employees; provide for percentage increase in annual compensation. Dead
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SB 2768
Not Rated
Donation of surplus medical supplies and equipment by UMMC to nonprofit charitable organizations; authorize. Dead
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SB 2772
Neutral
Coronavirus relief monies; transfer federal funds received, and provide small business relief. Alive
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SB 2775
Not Rated
Department of Finance and Administration; transfer bond funds to community colleges for facility renovation and repairs. Dead
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SB 2776
Not Rated
Appropriation; require annual transfer of general funds to Office of State Aid Roads. Alive
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SB 2781
Not Rated
Disparity studies on certain programs; direct DFA to conduct. Dead
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SB 2782
Not Rated
Restitution centers; transition to pre-release centers. Dead
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SB 2783
Not Rated
Corrections; create a Corrections Inspection Council to serve in advisory capacity to state officials. Dead
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SB 2784
Not Rated
Mississippi Adequate Education Program state funding; dedicate at least 25% of any revenue growth. Dead
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SB 2789
Not Rated
Trauma Care Systems Fund; increase the cap on allocations to. Dead
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SB 2792
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; exempt personnel actions for one year and bring forward employee sections. Alive
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SB 2795
Not Rated
State Personnel Board procedures; exempt the Mississippi Development Authority for a period of 1 year. Alive
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SB 2801
Not Rated
Medicaid coverage; coverage for eligible women up to 12 months postpartum. Dead
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SB 2814
Not Rated
Disabled children waiver; direct Division of Medicaid to apply. Dead
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SB 2816
Not Rated
Community health centers; revise reimbursement for telehealth services. Dead
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SB 2817
Not Rated
Medicaid reimbursement; extend for community-based home-visitation and pregnancy support services. Dead
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SB 2819
Not Rated
The Mississippi Comprehensive Addiction Recovery Centers Act; enact. Dead
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SB 2828
Not Rated
Salary supplement; provide to experienced teachers willing to relocate and teach in an 'F'-designated school. Dead
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SB 2829
Not Rated
Medicaid reimbursement for pediatric congenital heart surgery performed out of state; authorize for recipients from certain counties. Dead
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SB 2831
Not Rated
Medicaid coverage; coverage for eligible women up to 12 months postpartum. Dead
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SB 2868
Not Rated
Department of Education; implement dyslexia screenings and awareness programs. Dead
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SB 2914
Not Rated
Appropriation; UMMC to support a medical residency program at Delta Regional Medical Center. Alive
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SB 2926
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL - Subsidiary programs. Alive
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SB 2927
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL - Student Financial Aid. Alive
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SB 2928
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL - University of Mississippi Medical Center. Alive
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SB 2929
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL - Alcorn State - Agricultural programs. Alive
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SB 2930
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station. Alive
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SB 2931
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Cooperative Extension Service. Alive
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SB 2932
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Forest and Wildlife Research Center. Alive
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SB 2933
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Veterinary Medicine, College of. Alive
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SB 2934
Not Rated
Appropriation; Community and Junior Colleges Board - Administrative expenses. Alive
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SB 2935
Not Rated
Appropriation; Community and Junior Colleges Board - Support for community and junior colleges. Alive
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SB 2936
Not Rated
Appropriation; Corrections, Department of. Alive
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SB 2937
Not Rated
Appropriation; Public Safety, Department of. Alive
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SB 2938
Not Rated
Appropriation; Emergency Management Agency. Alive
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SB 2939
Not Rated
Appropriation; Military Department. Alive
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SB 2940
Not Rated
Appropriation; Veterans Affairs Board. Alive
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SB 2941
Not Rated
Appropriation; Judicial Performance Commission. Alive
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SB 2942
Not Rated
Appropriation; Ethics Commission. Alive
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SB 2943
Not Rated
Appropriation; Employment Security, Department of. Alive
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SB 2944
Not Rated
Appropriation; Revenue, Department of. Alive
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SB 2945
Not Rated
Appropriation; Tax Appeals Board. Alive
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SB 2946
Not Rated
Appropriation; Workers' Compensation Commission. Alive
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SB 2947
Not Rated
Appropriation; Mental Health, Department of. Alive
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SB 2948
Not Rated
Appropriation; Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Development Authority. Alive
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SB 2949
Not Rated
Appropriation; Transportation, Department of - State Aid Road Construction, Office of. Alive
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SB 2950
Not Rated
Appropriation; Chiropractic Examiners, Board of. Alive
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SB 2951
Not Rated
Appropriation; Dental Examiners, Board of. Alive
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SB 2952
Not Rated
Appropriation; Funeral Services Board. Alive
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SB 2953
Not Rated
Appropriation; Massage Therapy, Board of. Alive
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SB 2954
Not Rated
Appropriation; Pharmacy, Board of. Alive
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SB 2955
Not Rated
Appropriation; Counselors, Board of Examiners for Licensed Professional. Alive
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SB 2956
Not Rated
Appropriation; Veterinary Examiners, Board of. Alive
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SB 2957
Not Rated
Appropriation; Gaming Commission. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2958
Not Rated
Appropriation; Architecture, Board of. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2959
Not Rated
Appropriation; Geologists, Board of Registered Professional. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2960
Not Rated
Appropriation; Motor Vehicle Commission. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2961
Not Rated
Appropriation; Accountancy, Board of Public. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2962
Not Rated
Appropriation; Contractors, Board of. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2963
Not Rated
Appropriation; Agriculture and Commerce, Department of. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2964
Not Rated
Appropriation; Egg Marketing Board. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2965
Not Rated
Appropriation; Animal Health, Board of. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2966
Not Rated
Appropriation; Fair and Coliseum Commission. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2967
Not Rated
Appropriation; Fair and Coliseum Commission - Livestock shows. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2968
Not Rated
Appropriation; Banking and Consumer Finance, Department of. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2969
Not Rated
Appropriation; Finance and Administration, Department of. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2970
Not Rated
Appropriation; Governor's Office and Mansion. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2971
Not Rated
Appropriation; Audit, Department of. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2972
Not Rated
Appropriation; Information Technology Services, Department of. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2973
Not Rated
Appropriation; Personnel Board. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2974
Not Rated
Appropriation; Secretary of State. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2975
Not Rated
Appropriation; Treasurer's Office. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2976
Not Rated
Appropriation; Debt Service-Gen. Obli. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2977
Not Rated
Appropriation; Development Authority, Mississippi. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2978
Not Rated
Appropriation; IHL - General support. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2979
Not Rated
Appropriations; additional appropriations for Veterans Affairs Board for FY20. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2980
Not Rated
Appropriations; additional appropriations for various state agencies for FY20. Alive
Analysis:
SB 3002
Not Rated
Appropriation; Marshall County for restoration of Isaac Chapel Rosenwald School. Alive
Analysis:
SB 3003
Not Rated
Reappropriation; Small Business and Grocer Investment Act projects in Quitman County. Alive
Analysis:
KEY: * = Amended % = 3/5ths Vote Required V = Vetoed
  $ = Revenue @ = Exempted From Deadline P = Partially Vetoed