Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency

2022 Regular Session

Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency

Bill Number Bill Description Bill Status
HB 32
Not Rated
Appointed state officers; provide for the removal of for certain forms of willful neglect. Dead
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HB 33
Not Rated
Campaign finance reports; require those filed by all candidates to be available online. Dead
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HB 45
Not Rated
State employees; provide for 3% increase in compensation for each of the next 4 fiscal years. Dead
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HB 86
Not Rated
Budget of county sheriff, tax assessor and tax collector; remove certain obsolete reporting requirements concerning. Dead
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HB 161
Not Rated
State Board of Barber Examiners; authorize elected officials to serve on. Dead
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HB 163
Not Rated
Administrative Procedures Act; amend to require proposed agency rules to be approved by the state auditor. Dead
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HB 241
Not Rated
Local governments; prohibit from imposing penalties or fines on security companies when false security alarm occurs. Dead
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HB 243
Not Rated
Partisan primary elections; abolish and establish open primary elections. Dead
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HB 295
Not Rated
'Ban-the-Box Act'; create to prohibit public employers from using criminal history as a bar to employment. Dead
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HB 318
Not Rated
Employees terminated from certain agencies, departments, institutions or nonprofits; prohibit from receiving similar employment. Dead
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HB 332
Not Rated
Mississippi Commission on Wage Review; create. Dead
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HB 439
Not Rated
State agencies; eliminate requirement to prepare and publish annual reports. Dead
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HB 502
Not Rated
School board purchasing agent; increase amount of required surety bond. Dead
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HB 599
Not Rated
MS Accountability and Transparency Act; revise to include certain counties and municipalities. Dead
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HB 665
Not Rated
Commission on Status of Women; require that all vacancies be filled and meeting held by July 1, 2022. Dead
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HB 666
Not Rated
Commission on Status of Women; require that all vacancies be filled and meeting held by July 1, 2022. Dead
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HB 680
Not Rated
Social security numbers; require counties to take steps to prevent the inadvertent disclosure of. Dead
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HB 726
Not Rated
Public Procurement Review Board; exempt certain contracts entered into by the Attorney General's office from oversight by. Dead
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HB 867
Not Rated
Home inspectors; authorize to perform inspections on new construction without having residential home builders license. Dead
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HB 914
Not Rated
Agencies; require to provide monthly report of expenditures of state and federal public funds. Dead
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HB 1047
Not Rated
State agency and governing authority contracts; require 30% of to be set aside for certain businesses. Dead
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HB 1105
Not Rated
Notaries; revise residency requirements of. Dead
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HB 1160
Not Rated
Public Procurement Review Board; revise the qualifications of members on. Dead
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HB 1190
Not Rated
Public Procurement Review Board; revise exemption of contracts for legal services. Dead
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HB 1193
Not Rated
State employees; set out conditions for engaging in telework. Dead
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HB 1223
Not Rated
Internal audit office; require universities and certain state agencies to establish. Dead
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HB 1224
Not Rated
Home inspectors; authorize to perform home inspections on new construction without having residential home builders license. Dead
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HB 1315
Not Rated
State auditor; authorize investigative and audit costs incurred by contracted firms to be paid as percentage of the recovery. Alive
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HB 1328
Not Rated
Mississippi Industries for the Blind; revise authority to enter into certain agreements and contracts. Alive
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HB 1369
Not Rated
Commission for Racial Reconciliation; create. Dead
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HB 1373
Not Rated
Telecommunications and personal or professional services; provide procedures for emergency purchases of. Dead
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HB 1386
Not Rated
State agencies; authorize Governor to terminate certain appointed agency officials. Dead
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HB 1398
Not Rated
Municipalities 'home rule'; prohibit governing authorities from regulating immediate vicinity of health care facilities under certain circumstances. Dead
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HB 1399
Not Rated
Open Meetings Law; revise definition of 'public body' for purposes of. Dead
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HB 1401
Not Rated
Salary increases for legislators; make effective for term of office after term in which salary is increased. Dead
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HB 1433
Not Rated
Campaign finance reports; shall be available on county and municipal websites. Dead
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HB 1434
Not Rated
MS Accountability and Transparency Act; revise to include certain counties and municipalities. Dead
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HB 1435
Not Rated
Lobbying; revise definition of. Dead
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HB 1474
Not Rated
Emergency executive order; limit state of emergency orders to 30 days. Dead
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HB 1481
Not Rated
Lobbying; prohibit legislator from engaging in for one year after leaving office. Dead
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SB 2081
Not Rated
Appointed state officers; provide for the removal of for certain forms of willful neglect. Dead
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SB 2083
Good Policy
Open meetings; legislative advisory committee members must be invited to stay during executive session. Alive
Analysis: This bill requires that members of legislative advisory and oversight committees must be invited to stay for any executive session. This helps promote transparency and oversight.
SB 2097
Not Rated
MS Real Estate Commission; require to establish program using administrative hearing officers. Alive
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SB 2797
Not Rated
Deficit Prevention Act; require state agencies to notify certain officials when likelihood of a deficit exists. Dead
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KEY: * = Amended % = 3/5ths Vote Required V = Vetoed
  $ = Revenue @ = Exempted From Deadline P = Partially Vetoed