Judiciary, Division B

2021 Regular Session

Judiciary, Division B

Bill Number Bill Description Bill Status
HB 5
Bad Policy
Hazing; increase penalties for. Dead
Analysis: This bill restricts individual freedom and increases the size of government. Government should not expand its authority through increased penalties. Equal justice includes equal punishment. Excessive punishment is a violation of our God-given rights and our Bill of Rights.
HB 6
Not Rated
University and colleges anti-hazing policy; require Board of Trustees of IHL to develop policy against hazing and prescribe penalties. Dead
Analysis:
HB 70
Neutral
Autopsies; provide for confidentiality of photographs and video and audio recordings with exceptions. Alive
Analysis:
HB 122
Good Policy
Expungement; authorize up to three felony convictions to be expunged after 15 years. Dead
Analysis: This bill promotes positive reintegration of individuals with felony convictions back into our communities by providing a mechanism by which individuals can seek the removal of certain felony convictions from the record thereby also removing the associated stigma for crimes of which they have long ago paid their debts to society. Government should work to reintegrate convicted individuals back into civil society and remove unnecessary, burdensome restrictions, regulations, and barriers that inhibit positive and productive reintegration.
HB 287
Good Policy
Drug Intervention Courts; standardize references. Dead
Analysis: This bill increases government efficiency and effectiveness in a program that promotes positive rehabilitation of non-violent offenders. This bill makes technical corrections to applicable language to insure proper application of law and functioning of the drug court system. This bill makes organizational/structural changes to the drug court system that result in increased efficiency and effectiveness.
HB 290
Good Policy
Pre-trial Intervention; prohibit certain amount of public embezzlement for. Dead
Analysis: This bill increases accountability for individuals facing criminal conviction for violations of public trust. Government should adopt consistent policies that hold all elected officials accountability and ensure equal justice.
HB 319
Good Policy
DPS; make revision to gun permit residency requirement and certain driver's license petitions for review. Dead
Analysis: This bill expands individual freedom by waiving residency requirements of military spouses of active duty personnel stationed in Mississippi. This bill increases government efficiency and accountability by providing a necessary specification regarding appeal procedures for individuals seeking review of a ruling regarding a gun permit.
HB 350
Good Policy
Certificate of rehabilitation; authorize those convicted in another state to apply for a. Dead
Analysis: This bill would allow persons convicted of or a felony in another state or federal courts the ability to apply for a certificate of rehabilitation in the state after completing their sentence, as is already allowed for persons convicted in Mississippi courts.
HB 453
Bad Policy
Law enforcement officers; allow off-duty use of official vehicles while performing certain volunteer services in off-duty hours. Dead
Analysis: This bill indirectly increases government spending. Specifically, this bill allows taxpayer purchased law enforcement vehicles to be used for volunteer services by off-duty law enforcement. Utilization of law enforcement vehicles for off-duty activities contributes to depreciation and increases the likelihood of mechanical problems. Law enforcement vehicles are purchased with taxpayer money for a specific purpose. Donating the use of taxpayer purchased law enforcement vehicles is not sound fiscal policy and falls outside of the proper role of government.
HB 479
Good Policy
Pseudoephedrine and ephedrine; authorize sales and purchase of certain products containing without a prescription. Dead
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HB 551
Good Policy
Driver's license; require Department of Public Safety to allow official identifying document of MDOC to suffice for. Alive
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HB 581
Not Rated
The Sexual Assault Response For College Students Act; create. Dead
Analysis:
HB 615
Neutral
DUI suspension; clarify how the 120 days are counted. Dead
Analysis: This bill clarifies existing law to insure consistent application of our state’s law in regards to how days are counted when a judge signs an order issuing a 120 day suspension of an individual’s driver’s license as the result of a DUI conviction.
HB 631
Bad Policy
Law enforcement; allow off-duty use of official vehicles while performing security services in off-duty hours. Alive
Analysis: This bill indirectly increases government spending and improperly allocates resources. Law enforcement vehicles are purchased with taxpayer money. Government should utilize the resources taxpayers purchased for the specific purpose for which they were purchased. Personal use of public property for private personal gain is a violation of ethics in government.
HB 634
Neutral
Firearms restriction; limit those by cities, counties and state agencies. Dead
Analysis: This bill adds protection of individuals’ right to keep and bear arms by specifically prohibiting state agencies from adopting rules, regulations, or policies and from entering into contracts or rental agreement that restrict the possession, carrying, transportation, sale, transfer or ownership of firearms, or ammunition or their components. However, this bill reduces individual liberty by instituting protections for junior colleges and universities from civil suits and protection for board members from civil liability from claims filed by current enhanced carry licensees adversely affected by prohibitions from legally carrying firearms. (See lines 86 – 89) In addition, this bill contains language that reduces transparency by removing the requirement to post written notice on the door of a facility in which firearms are prohibited. This policy change could potentially lead to people violating a facility's policy regarding concealed firearms without even knowing it. (See lines 558 – 560) In a literal interpretation of the text of the bill, the word "OR" before "authorizing" effectually makes the written notice posted on the door optional.
HB 796
Good Policy
Habitual offender; revise penalties for. Dead
Analysis: This bill encourages the positive reintegration of formerly incarcerated individuals as contributing members in our communities. Government should reduce excessive punishments on individuals in keeping with the Eighth Amendment to our Constitution.
HB 874
Bad Policy
Tobacco and alternative nicotine products; increase age to 21 and require government-issued photographic identification. Dead
Analysis: This bill interferes in the free market and decreases individual liberty. However, government should institute laws that are consistent. This bill changes Mississippi's tobacco restrictions to align with Mississippi's alcohol restrictions.
HB 883
Good Policy
Traffic ticket quotas; prohibit state and local agencies from establishing. Dead
Analysis: This bill reduces the size of government. Policies that limit mandatory minimums are directed to increasing freedom and liberty. Government should work to find additional areas in which elimination of mandatory minimums could be applied.
HB 886
Good Policy
Law enforcement officers; exempt from concealed firearms permit fees and renewal fees. Alive
Analysis: This bill removes specific fees associated with obtaining a concealed firearms permit for applicants who are law enforcement officers. Ideally, a similar fee reduction would be instituted for all Mississippians.
HB 929
Neutral
Reentry for offenders; bring forward certain sections relating to. Dead
Analysis: This bill in its current form does not change existing law. However, this bill brings forward code section allowing for amendments to be made at a later time. This process reduces government transparency, provides an avenue for bad legislation to go unchecked until the very end of the legislative process, and reduces citizens' representation in decision-making through their elected representatives as active participation in this process is often limited to a select few members of the Legislature appointed to serve on conference committees. This action requires greater scrutiny of this bill and may result in its policy rating being changed as this bill moves through the legislative process.
HB 1140
Bad Policy
First-degree murder; include unlawful distribution of controlled substances, when the distribution is proximate cause of death. Dead
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HB 1328
Neutral
The MS Warrants Task Force; create to study the issuance and execution of warrants in the state. Dead
Analysis: This bill does not expand nor contract the size or scope of government.
HB 1468
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Ronald Brent Self of Tippah County. Dead
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HB 1469
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Angela Porter-Williams of Amite County. Dead
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HB 1471
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Cassidy Edward Jordan of Covington County. Dead
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HB 1472
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Randy Beckham of Simpson County. Dead
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HB 1475
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to LaTonya Woodson of Warren County. Dead
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HB 1476
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Buren Wayne Whitt of Chickasaw County. Dead
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HB 1477
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Anthony Leroy Wallace of Harrison County. Dead
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HB 1478
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Janice O'Neal of Warren County. Dead
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HB 1511
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Chester Allen Butler of Tippah County. Dead
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HB 1513
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Jay Wesley Jackson of Hinds County. Dead
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HB 1515
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Debra Denise Thomas of Hinds County. Alive
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HB 1516
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Gerald O. Laird of Jefferson Davis County. Dead
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HB 1517
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Deborah Ledbetter of Hinds County. Dead
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HB 1518
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Annie Grant of Hinds County. Dead
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HB 1519
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Kenny Pritchard of Rankin County. Dead
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HB 1520
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to J.W. Jackson of Panola County. Alive
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HB 1523
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Norman Ivey of Rankin County. Dead
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HB 1524
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to William Barber of Jackson County. Dead
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HB 1525
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Charles Harris of Harrison County. Dead
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HB 1526
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Antonio Simpson of Tunica County. Dead
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HB 1527
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Ray Ferrell of Harrison County. Dead
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SB 2010
Not Rated
Interception of wire or oral communications; authorize sheriff departments to possess, operate or monitor such devices. Dead
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SB 2011
Not Rated
Chemical endangerment of a child or fetus; create crime of. Dead
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SB 2012
Not Rated
United States Flag; prohibit burning. Dead
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SB 2013
Not Rated
Statute of limitations; except sexual battery from. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2029
Not Rated
Sexual battery; conform statute of limitations to the statute of limitations for rape. Dead
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SB 2067
Not Rated
Pseudoepheedrine and ephedrine; authorize sales and purchase of certain products containing without a prescription. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2068
Bad Policy
Voyeurism; revise sentencing. Dead
Analysis: This bill lowers the age of a convicted offender receiving a prison sentence from 21 to 18 years old. Mississippi law requires a person under the age of 21 to have a co-signer for an automobile loan or to lease an apartment, forbids 18 year olds from purchasing alcohol, and allows 25 year olds to remain on their parents' insurance. The inconsistency in our state’s laws and regulations surrounding individuals’ personal responsibility is glaring. This bill furthers an inconsistent application of our state's criminal code. In addition, this bill would no doubt lead to increased government spending and could potentially create a multitude of additional harmful, unintended consequences.
SB 2070
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore suffrage to Vedo Kyles. Dead
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SB 2105
Not Rated
Nonadjudication; revise courts' authority. Dead
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SB 2106
Bad Policy
Off-duty law enforcement officers; authorized to use public vehicles for private security duty. Dead
Analysis: This bill allows taxpayer purchased law enforcement vehicles to be used for private security activities by off-duty law enforcement. This is a misuse of public resources. Utilization of law enforcement vehicles for off-duty activities contributes to depreciation and increases the likelihood of mechanical problems. The cost of both would ultimately fall on the taxpayers of Mississippi.
SB 2107
Good Policy
Firearms; prohibit local governments and state agencies from restricting possession. Dead
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.
SB 2111
Not Rated
Rapid DNA Task Force; establish within the Department of Public Safety. Dead
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SB 2112
Not Rated
DNA samples; collected from person arrested for any felony and provide for destruction of samples only upon expungement request. Dead
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SB 2115
Not Rated
Probation and parole officers; limit number of cases that may be handled. Dead
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SB 2116
Not Rated
Terroristic threats; revise elements of. Dead
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SB 2117
Not Rated
Juvenile offenders; provide alternative sentencing and parole options. Dead
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SB 2119
Good Policy
Pseudoephedrine and ephedrine; authorize sales and purchase of certain products containing without a prescription. Alive
Analysis: This bill increases individual liberty by reducing government intervention the availability of certain healthcare items for purchase.
SB 2120
Not Rated
Parole revocation; revise definition of technical violation. Dead
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SB 2121
Good Policy
Intimate visual material; criminalize disclosure of. Alive
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SB 2122
Not Rated
Opioid and other controlled substances epidemic; provide enhanced penalties. Dead
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SB 2125
Not Rated
Violent habitual offender; require jury determination. Dead
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SB 2126
Not Rated
DUI; nonadjudication of a first offense for CDL holder who was not operating a commercial vehicle. Dead
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SB 2127
Not Rated
Fleeing or eluding a law enforcement officer; revise offense of. Dead
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SB 2128
Not Rated
Vote fraud; increase penalties. Dead
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SB 2129
Not Rated
Organized retail theft; revise. Dead
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SB 2130
Not Rated
Scrap metal; exclude nonfunctioning window units and stainless steel sinks. Dead
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SB 2131
Not Rated
Nonviolent habitual offender; revise sentencing. Dead
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SB 2132
Not Rated
The Juvenile Offender Parole and Rehabilitation Act; enact. Dead
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SB 2133
Not Rated
Restitution centers; transition to post-release reentry centers. Dead
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SB 2135
Not Rated
Youthful offenses; revise when may be tried in circuit court. Dead
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SB 2136
Not Rated
Expunction; allow after 20 years' good behavior with certain exceptions. Dead
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SB 2137
Not Rated
House burglary; create separate violent and nonviolent offenses. Dead
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SB 2154
Not Rated
Juvenile sentencing; provide criteria for determining parole eligibility and require hearing before imposing life without parole. Dead
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SB 2155
Not Rated
Trusty and earned-time programs; change eligibility to participate in. Dead
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SB 2156
Not Rated
Shoplifting; revise penalties. Dead
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SB 2162
Not Rated
Child Protection Services; require disclosure of reporter in cases of false abuse and neglect reports. Dead
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SB 2164
Not Rated
Marijuana; legalize. Dead
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SB 2223
Bad Policy
Arrest warrants; authorize issuance for sex offenses against children upon oral testimony. Dead
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.
SB 2230
Not Rated
Supervised prison release programs; revise terms and conditions. Dead
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SB 2232
Not Rated
Intervention court; amend criteria for participation in. Dead
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SB 2233
Not Rated
Violent habitual offender; require both previous crimes to have been crimes of violence. Dead
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SB 2234
Not Rated
County jail census data; facilitate availability of. Dead
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SB 2235
Not Rated
Misdemeanants; may not possess a weapon under certain circumstances. Dead
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SB 2236
Not Rated
Habitual offender; crimes punishable by imprisonment for 5 years or less not considered. Dead
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SB 2237
Not Rated
Habitual offender; crimes committed before 18 years of age not considered. Dead
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SB 2238
Not Rated
Habitual offender; revise. Dead
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SB 2239
Not Rated
Simple possession of controlled substances; revise certain. Dead
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SB 2240
Not Rated
Habitual offender; prior felonies with completed sentences more than 10 years prior not considered. Dead
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SB 2241
Not Rated
Youth court; revise transfer to circuit court. Dead
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SB 2243
Not Rated
Expunction; reduce waiting period for eligibility. Dead
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SB 2244
Not Rated
Crimes of violence; revise list of offenses designated as such. Dead
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SB 2245
Not Rated
Habitual offender; revise sentencing under. Dead
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SB 2246
Not Rated
Methamphetamine; revise penalty for simple possession of smaller amounts. Dead
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SB 2249
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Riney Spiller. Dead
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SB 2250
Not Rated
Conviction; clarify subsequent offense for certain crimes and post-conviction relief. Dead
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SB 2251
Not Rated
Assistant district attorneys; revise number authorized. Dead
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SB 2259
Not Rated
Controlled substance offenses; revise enhanced penalties. Dead
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SB 2270
Neutral
Autopsies; provide for confidentiality of photographs and recordings of. Dead
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SB 2271
Not Rated
Arrest warrants; require probable cause hearing for legislators before issuance. Dead
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SB 2272
Not Rated
Railroad right-of-way; unlawful to enter and remain upon without the permission of the owner or operator of the railroad. Dead
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SB 2275
Not Rated
Statutory rape; raise age of consent. Dead
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SB 2277
Not Rated
Hate crimes; revise delineation of victim. Dead
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SB 2279
Neutral
Parole and earned release; criminalize absconding. Dead
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.
SB 2281
Not Rated
The Mississippi First Responder Protection Act; enact. Dead
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SB 2282
Good Policy
Youth detention; raise minimum age for youth commitment to state training school and secure detention. Alive
Analysis: This bill raises the minimum age of youth commitment to state training school and secure detention from 10 to 12.
SB 2283
Not Rated
Freedom of Roadway Act; increase penalties for the obstruction of public passageways. Dead
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SB 2285
Not Rated
Wildlife; clarify that a conservation officer must have probable cause to conduct a search without a warrant. Dead
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SB 2357
Not Rated
Expungement; consolidate statutes concerning. Dead
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SB 2360
Not Rated
Voluntary search; require officers to obtain written consent. Dead
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SB 2362
Not Rated
Juvenile offenders; provide alternative sentencing and early-release options when convicted of certain crimes. Dead
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SB 2363
Not Rated
Juvenile offenders; authorize alternative sentencing and parole options. Dead
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SB 2365
Not Rated
Sex offenders; prohibited from registering with online dating services for ten years. Dead
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SB 2366
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Dexter Foster. Dead
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SB 2367
Not Rated
Parole; early release for nonviolent offenders with less than 3 years to serve for participation in drug court. Dead
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SB 2371
Not Rated
Community Policing and Transparency Act; create body-worn camera policy standards. Dead
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SB 2374
Not Rated
Violent or disorderly assemblies; criminalize. Dead
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SB 2375
Not Rated
County attorneys; authorize sanction of for failure to appear in justice court. Dead
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SB 2376
Not Rated
Expunction; revise for certain felony convictions. Dead
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SB 2377
Not Rated
Parole; revise length of sentence to be served before offenders may request judicial recommendation of. Dead
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SB 2378
Not Rated
Corrections; require annual reports to the Legislature on successes and accomplishments. Dead
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SB 2379
Not Rated
Crimes of violence; require jury finding to classify burglary and certain other felony offenses as. Dead
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SB 2381
Not Rated
Drones; prohibit near and above correctional facilities. Dead
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SB 2451
Not Rated
Department of Finance & Administration; may contract with certain counties to take custody of misdemeanor offenders. Dead
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SB 2500
Not Rated
Hunting on streets and railroads; clarify prohibition on. Dead
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SB 2551
Not Rated
Wiretapping; authorize in investigations of child exploitation. Dead
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SB 2552
Good Policy
Pretrial Intervention Program; prohibit eligibility for persons charged with public embezzlement over a certain amount. Alive
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.
SB 2554
Not Rated
Bulletproof Vests Revolving Fund; create. Dead
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SB 2556
Not Rated
Habitual offenders; revise provisions for. Dead
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SB 2557
Not Rated
Grocery items; prohibit cost-plus pricing. Dead
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SB 2558
Not Rated
Firearms; outlaw open carry of weapons at parades and demonstrations. Dead
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SB 2560
Not Rated
DUI; allow expunction for first offense under certain circumstances. Dead
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SB 2561
Good Policy
'Empower Reentry Through Licensing Act'; authorize provisional driver's licenses for eligible inmates. Dead
Analysis: This bill encourages positive reintegration of formerly incarcerated individuals back into our communities. This bill represents a good policy move by our government to promote personal responsibility and remove unnecessary, burdensome restrictions on individuals in their pursuit to become productive members of our communities and financially provide for themselves and their families upon release from incarceration.
SB 2564
Not Rated
Firearms; interpose state law in place of any federal law confiscating firearms. Dead
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SB 2565
Not Rated
Concealed carry; allow licensee to update permanent address information online. Dead
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SB 2567
Not Rated
'Second Amendment Preservation Act'; state firearm law preempts any local ordinance or regulation. Dead
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SB 2568
Not Rated
Firearms; prohibit state cooperation with federal effort to ban. Dead
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SB 2569
Neutral
Urine; create the crime of selling or tampering with urine. Alive
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SB 2572
Neutral
DUI law; revise fourth offense of and require all expunctions to be confidentially registered. Dead
Analysis: This bill, in its current form, standardizes code sections to properly align eligibility for expunctions. However, this bill has a reverse repealer and brings forward code sections for possible amendment at a later time. At this stage in the legislative process amendments will be discussed in conference rather than committee. This process, in which only a select few of our Representatives and Senators are allowed to participate, reduces government transparency and accountability.
SB 2573
Good Policy
Department of Public Safety; implement uniform reporting standards for jail census data & create & maintain a centralized database. Dead
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SB 2574
Not Rated
Reentry courts; create pilot reentry court, and establish rehab and workforce development program at MDOC. Dead
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SB 2578
Not Rated
Arrest warrants; authorize electronic signatures. Dead
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SB 2579
Not Rated
White-Collar Crime Offender List; create. Dead
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SB 2580
Not Rated
Juvenile offenders; provide alternative sentencing options. Dead
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SB 2581
Not Rated
Trespass; criminalize offense on property other than a structure or conveyance. Dead
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SB 2583
Not Rated
Excessive window tint; allow county law enforcement officers to issue tickets. Dead
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SB 2584
Not Rated
Violent Crimes Indigent Defendant Defense Counsel Fund; create to fund Public Defender system. Dead
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SB 2585
Not Rated
Marijuana; legalize possession of certain amount. Dead
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SB 2596
Not Rated
Criminalization; eliminate regulatory 'catch-all' provisions to create criminal offenses. Dead
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SB 2597
Not Rated
Correctional facilities; revise penalty for bringing a controlled substance onto the property of. Dead
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SB 2598
Good Policy
Department of Public Safety; revise licensing. Alive
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.
SB 2601
Not Rated
Revocation of probation; remove absconding from supervision as a ground for revocation of probation. Dead
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SB 2768
Not Rated
Recreational marijuana; legalize and tax 7% of gross proceeds from retail sales. Dead
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SB 3003
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Edward Carter. Dead
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SB 3004
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore to Stanley Barnes. Dead
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KEY: * = Amended % = 3/5ths Vote Required V = Vetoed
  $ = Revenue @ = Exempted From Deadline P = Partially Vetoed