Insurance

2022 Regular Session

Insurance

Bill Number Bill Description Bill Status
HB 100
Not Rated
Election commissioners; require board of supervisors to provide insurance coverage for. Dead
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HB 106
Not Rated
Health insurance policies; require coverage for certain obesity treatments. Dead
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HB 124
Not Rated
Health insurance policies; require coverage for gastric pacemakers. Dead
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HB 128
Not Rated
Child care facilities, licensed; require to purchase and maintain a certain minimum amount of liability insurance. Dead
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HB 155
Neutral
State Health Plan; delete prohibition on covering hearing aids. Alive
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HB 160
Not Rated
Travel Insurance Act of 2022; create. Alive
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HB 316
Not Rated
Health insurers; require to use certain standard for hospital inpatient admissions. Dead
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HB 349
Not Rated
Workers' Compensation Law; increase maximum total recovery under to 520 weeks. Dead
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HB 380
Not Rated
Developmental and physical disabilities; require health insurance policies cover similar to autism spectrum disorder requirement. Dead
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HB 391
Not Rated
Nonadmitted policy fee; extend repealer on. Dead
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HB 433
Not Rated
Health Insurance policies; require coverage of certain examinations primarily related to women's health. Dead
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HB 445
Not Rated
Property and casualty insurance; require blighted real property to be cleaned up before insurer pays insured more than one-fourth of damages. Dead
Analysis:
HB 451
Bad Policy
Nonadmitted policy fee; revise distributions of and delete repealer on. Alive
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HB 452
Not Rated
Health insurance; revise mandated coverage for telemedicine services. Dead
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HB 462
Not Rated
Health insurance; require certain policies to provide coverage for physician-prescribed proton beam therapy. Dead
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HB 482
Not Rated
Property Insurance Clarity Act; extend repealer on. Dead
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HB 484
Not Rated
Surplus lines insurance; extend repealer on statute prescribing nonadmitted policy fee for. Dead
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HB 513
Not Rated
State and School Employees Health Insurance Plan; extend repealer on requirement that state pay certain amounts toward premiums. Dead
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HB 521
Not Rated
Mississippi Public Records Act of 1983; exempt certain records of Workers' Compensation Commission from definition of public records. Dead
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HB 643
Not Rated
Uninsured motorist coverage; provide that limits will be equal to liability coverage unless insured selects otherwise. Dead
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HB 644
Not Rated
Uninsured motorist coverage; provide that coverage is mandatory in every automobile liability insurance policy. Dead
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HB 655
Not Rated
Auto insurance; not invalidated by intentional acts of insured. Dead
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HB 693
Not Rated
Health insurance; provide that mental illness coverage includes substance abuse. Dead
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HB 702
Not Rated
Health insurance policies; require coverage for certain examinations primarily related to women's health. Dead
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HB 787
Not Rated
Health insurance; prohibit modifications on renewal of covered and prescribed prescription drug's contracted benefit level. Dead
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HB 805
Not Rated
Workers' compensation; require emergency hearing upon request of either party. Dead
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HB 810
Not Rated
Motor vehicle liability insurance policy; require to include medical payment coverage. Dead
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HB 812
Not Rated
Health insurance policies; require coverage for colorectal cancer examinations in accordance with American Cancer Society. Dead
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HB 819
Not Rated
Fire Protection Funds; increase and expand purposes for. Dead
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HB 820
Not Rated
State Fire Academy; eliminate cap on emergency medical responders who can train at. Dead
Analysis:
HB 821
Neutral
Nontransport emergency medical services; develop coordinated entity to provide statewide system for. Alive
Analysis: The conference report added in language having nothing to do with the bill that allows municipalities that were abolished by the census bureau for having less than 50 people can challenge this finding and have their rights and privileges temporarily restored.
HB 822
Not Rated
Insurance licenses; make perpetual unless revoked by Commissioner or forfeited. Dead
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HB 823
Not Rated
Mississippi Electronic Protection Licensing Act; revise regarding battery-charged security fences. Alive
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HB 859
Not Rated
Telemedicine; revise for purposes of health insurance and employee benefit plans. Dead
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HB 880
Not Rated
Prescription drugs; provide for reduction of patients' cost for. Dead
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HB 932
Not Rated
Health insurance policies; require coverage for colorectal cancer screenings. Dead
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HB 934
Not Rated
Healthcare Contracting Simplification Act; create. Dead
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HB 974
Neutral
Airport authorities; authorize to provide dependent health insurance coverage as employment benefit. Alive
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HB 1033
Not Rated
First Responders Health and Safety Act; revise to provide that the cancer benefits will be paid by the state and not insurance policies. Dead
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HB 1040
Not Rated
Hurricane deductible; bring forward code sections regarding. Dead
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HB 1122
Not Rated
Nonadmitted policy fee; divert forty percent of for rural fire truck and supplemental fund and extend repealer on section. Dead
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HB 1186
Not Rated
Uninsured motorist coverage law; revise to prohibit insurance policy from paying certain losses if another insurance policy must pay for such. Dead
Analysis:
HB 1187
Neutral
Mississippi Insurance E-Commerce Model Act; enact. Alive
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HB 1195
Not Rated
Regulatory sandbox programs; enact. Dead
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HB 1206
Not Rated
Firefighters; allow counties and municipalities to pay expenses or provide policies for medical and hospital care. Dead
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HB 1219
Not Rated
State Fire Academy and State Fire Marshal's Office; return to special fund agency. Dead
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HB 1273
Not Rated
Life insurance; authorize funeral services provider to obtain certain information regarding a deceased's. Dead
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HB 1296
Not Rated
State Health Insurance Plan; provide coverage for proton therapy to treat cancer and certain noncancerous tumors. Dead
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HB 1301
Not Rated
Life insurance; authorize funeral services provider to obtain certain information within two business days. Dead
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HB 1327
Not Rated
Automobile liability insurance; provide motorists noncompliant with may not recover loss in accident with compliant. Dead
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HB 1329
Not Rated
Residential flood insurance coverage; authorize. Dead
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HB 1371
Not Rated
Firefighters; bring forward code sections pertaining to minimum standards and certification of. Dead
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HB 1380
Not Rated
Health insurance; prohibit premium surcharges based on vaccination or nonvaccination for the prevention of COVID-19. Dead
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HB 1381
Not Rated
Life insurance policy; require policy loans to have a fixed rate. Dead
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HB 1432
Not Rated
Patient Choice Act of 2022; create. Dead
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HB 1520
Not Rated
Professional employer organizations; provide for registration and regulation by the Insurance Department. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2024
Bad Policy
Travel Insurance Act of 2022; create. Dead
Analysis: adds more regulations and fees.
SB 2326
Not Rated
Mississippi Insurance E-Commerce Act; create. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2335
Good Policy
State Fire Academy; remove limitation on the number of Emergency Medical Responder students trained per year. Alive
Analysis: This bill removes the limit on emergency medical responder training. This provides more people the opportunity to be equipped to be emergency responders and provides Mississippians with more choice.
SB 2336
Neutral
State and School Employees Health Insurance Management Board; extend repealer on premium authority/allow surcharge on tobacco use. Alive
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SB 2357
Neutral
Volunteer firefighters; allow local governments to pay certain expenses for injury, illness and insurance. Alive
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SB 2450
Bad Policy
MS Windstorm Underwriting Association; divert nonadmitted policy fee to the State and School Employees' Insurance Fund. Dead
Analysis: This is redistributing a tax overage to state programs. Government should seek to cut taxes and return money to the tax payers
SB 2669
Neutral
Insurance company licenses; perpetual until revoked or forfeited. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2738
Bad Policy
Health insurance; revise mandated coverage for telemedicine services. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2856
Not Rated
Mississippi Electronic Protection Licensing Act; revise definitions to include a battery-charged security fence. Dead
Analysis:
KEY: * = Amended % = 3/5ths Vote Required V = Vetoed
  $ = Revenue @ = Exempted From Deadline P = Partially Vetoed