Votes

Thomas

Senate

2021 Regular Session

Bill Yea Nay Absent

SR63

Commend Belmont 'Lady Cardinals' Girls Basketball Team for Class 3A State Championship.
03/31 (S) Adopted
yea

SR62

Commend New Site 'Lady Royals' Girls Basketball Team for winning 2A State Championship.
03/31 (S) Adopted
yea

SR61

Commend Tishomingo County High School 'Lady Braves' Cheerleading Squad for 2020 State Championship.
03/31 (S) Adopted
yea

SR60

Recognize Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority for charitable service.
03/31 (S) Adopted
yea

SR59

Commend Olive Branch High School 'Lady Quistors' Girls Basketball Team for winning their third consecutive State Championship.
03/31 (S) Adopted
yea

SR57

Urging the President of the United States to designate a State Funeral for last surviving Medal of Honor recipient from WWII.
03/31 (S) Adopted
yea

SR55

Commend Lafayette High School Boys Bowling Team for third consecutive State Championship.
03/31 (S) Adopted
yea

SR54

Recognize the 40-year career of The Clarion Ledger Capitol Correspondent Jimmie Gates.
03/30 (S) Adopted
yea

SR53

Commend Clinton Christian Academy Girls and Boys Basketball Teams for two State Championships.
03/30 (S) Adopted
yea

SR52

Commend Clinton High School 'Arrows' Boys Basketball Team for Class 6A State Championship.
03/30 (S) Adopted
yea

SR51

Congratulate Mattie Grace Morris for Miss Mississippi Teen USA for 2021.
03/30 (S) Adopted
yea

HC61

New Site Lady Royals Basketball Team; commend for winning the MHSAA Class 2A State Basketball Championship.
03/30 (S) Adopted
yea

SR50

Commend Hartfield Academy 'Hawks' Boys Basketball Team for winning the MAIS Class 4A State Championship.
03/30 (S) Adopted
yea

SR49

Commend Laurel High School 'Lady Tornadoes' Girls Basketball Team for first-ever State Championship.
03/30 (S) Adopted
yea

HC60

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Trauma Awareness Day; recognize June 21, 2021, as.
03/30 (S) Adopted
yea

SR48

Recognize Dr. Felecia Nave as first female President of Alcorn State University on the occasion of her inauguration.
03/29 (S) Adopted
yea

SR47

Extend congratulations of Senate to 87-year-old Blues Legend Bobby Rush for winning Grammy Award for Best Traditional Blues Album.
03/29 (S) Adopted
yea

SN94

Michael Scott Parker, Raymond, Mississippi, Mississippi State Board of Massage Therapy as a Licensed Massage Therapist, term effective immediately for the unexpired balance of a four year term ending June 30, 2024.
03/31 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN93

Charles William (Bill) Cook, Jr., Oxford, Mississippi, Information Technology Services Authority, term effective immediately for the unexpired balance of a five year term ending June 30, 2022, vice Alan Lange.
03/30 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN92

David Bradley Hall, Meridian, Mississippi, State Board of Registration for Foresters to represent the South Central Forestry Commission District, unexpired balance of the five year term ending June 30, 2025.
03/28 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

HC56

Native Plant Appreciation Week; recognize observance of on April 19-25, 2021.
03/29 (S) Adopted
yea

HC55

Asya Branch; commend and congratulate upon being crowned Miss USA 2020.
03/29 (S) Adopted
yea

SN91

Sue Stedman, Natchez, Mississippi, Mississippi Home Corporation as a resident of the Second Supreme Court District, term effective December 29, 2020 and ending June 30, 2024.
03/28 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN90

Larry Mullins, Starkville, Mississippi, Mississippi Home Corporation as a resident of the Third Supreme Court District, term effective January 11, 2021 and ending June 30, 2026.
03/28 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN89

Hue Townsend, Jr., Belzoni, Mississippi, Mississippi Home Corporation as a resident of the First Supreme Court District, term effective December 29, 2020 and ending June 30, 2022.
03/28 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN88

Michelle Yvette Taylor Owens, MD, Jackson, Mississippi, Mississippi State Board of Medical Licensure to represent the First Supreme Court District, unexpired portion of a six year term beginning immediately and ending June 30, 2026.
03/31 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN87

Steven Wayne (Steve) Pickett, Raymond, Mississippi, State Parole Board to serve as Chairman, term effective immediately to serve at the will and pleasure of the Governor.
03/27 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN86

Nehemiah Flowers, Jr., Brandon, Mississippi, State Parole Board, term effective immediately to serve at the will and pleasure of the Governor.
03/27 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN85

Betty Lou Stuart Jones, Meridian, Mississippi, State Parole Board, term effective immediately to serve at the will and pleasure of the Governor.
03/27 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN84

Anthony Chester White, Brandon, Mississippi, Mississippi State Board of Massage Therapy as the consumer at large, term effective immediately for the unexpired portion of a four year term ending June 30, 2023.
03/31 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN83

Carolyn Renee Grice Willis, Carrollton, Mississippi, Mississippi Charter School Authorizer Board to represent the Third Supreme Court District, unexpired balance of the three year term ending August 31, 2023.
03/30 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN82

Dayton Allen Greenhaw, Columbus, Mississippi, Mississippi Forestry Commission to represent the First Congressional District, term effective immediately for the unexpired portion of a six year term ending June 30, 2024.
03/28 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN81

George Martin Hopper, Ph.D., Starkville, Mississippi, Mississippi Forestry Commission to represent the state at large, term effective immediately for the unexpired portion of a six year term ending March 19, 2023, vice Sen. Giles Ward.
03/28 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN80

Rhoshunda G. Kelly, Madison, Mississippi, Mississippi Department of Banking and Consumer Finance as the Commissioner of Banking and Consumer Finance, term effective immediately for the unexpired portion of a four year term expiring June 30, 2024.
03/29 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

HC54

Noah Harris; commend for being elected as Harvard University's First African-American student body president.
03/29 (S) Adopted
yea

HC53

2021 'Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Day at the Capitol'; observe virtually on May 6, 2021.
03/29 (S) Adopted
yea

HC52

Bobby Rush; congratulate upon winning his second Grammy Award for Best Traditional Blues Album.
03/29 (S) Adopted
yea

SR46

Commend Ole Miss Womens Rifle Team for outstanding 2021 season.
03/29 (S) Adopted
yea

SN79

Russell Hanna, Louisville, Mississippi, Appeals Board of the Mississippi Transportation Commission, term beginning immediately upon confirmation by the Senate and ending June 30, 2023.
03/26 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

HC51

Jamie Cooper; commend upon being named an Extraordinary Educator for 2021 by Curriculum Associates.
03/29 (S) Adopted
yea

SN78

Betsy Anne Lum Lipscomb, DVM, Port Gibson, Mississippi, Mississippi Board of Animal Health as the beef cattle breeder and producer representative, four year term effective immediately and ending January 18, 2024.
03/29 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN77

John Scott Coopwood, Cleveland, Mississippi, Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, five year term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2025, representing the Second Congressional District as it existed in 1991.
03/26 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN76

Owen Bowdre (Hammer) Emerson, Hernando, Mississippi, State Oil and Gas Board to represent the Third Supreme Court District, six year term effective immediately and ending May 7, 2026.
03/26 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN75

Russell (Russ) Latino, III, Madison, Mississippi, Mississippi Authority for Educational Television to represent the state at large, unexpired portion of a four year term beginning immediately and ending June 30, 2024.
03/30 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

HC50

Wayne Ulrich; commend upon being named an Extraordinary Educator for 2021 by Curriculum Associates.
03/29 (S) Adopted
yea

HC49

Eris Knott; commend upon being named an Extraordinary Educator for 2021 by Curriculum Associates.
03/29 (S) Adopted
yea

HC48

Alcorn State University; commend and congratulate upon its 150th year anniversary.
03/29 (S) Adopted
yea

SR45

Commend Lafayette High School 'Lady Commodores' Girls Soccer Team for three-peat Class 5A State Championship.
03/29 (S) Adopted
yea

SR44

Mourn the passing of longtime funeral home owner Luzern 'Sonny' Dillon, the first black-elected official in Walthall County.
03/29 (S) Adopted
yea

SR43

Honor the legacy of Marine Corporal Vonzia J. Rigsby of Jasper County, the oldest living Montford Point Marine, on his 100th birthday.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SR42

Commend Leake Academy 'Lady Rebels' Girls Basketball Team for winning 2021 MAIS Overall Championship.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SR41

Congratulate JSU 'Lady Tigers' Women's Basketball Team and Coach Tomekia Reed for consecutive SWAC Regular Season Championship.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SR40

Commend JSU 'Tigers' Men's Basketball Team for winning the Co-SWAC 2021 Regular Season Championship.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SR39

Commemorate 100th Anniversary of Troop 8, Boy Scouts of America at First Baptist Church of Jackson, Mississippi.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SR38

Commend Amanda Sharrow as 'Instructor of the Year' at the Harrison County Campus of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SR37

Commend Manchester Academy 'Lady Mavericks' Girls Basketball Team for first State Championship.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SR36

Commend Coahoma County High School 'Red Panthers' Boys Basketball Team for Class 2A State Championship.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SR35

Commend Kristi Matthews as 'Instructor of the Year' at the Bryant Center of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SR34

Commend James Pittman as 'Instructor of the Year' at the Perkinston Campus of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

HC47

Gary Hemphill Commercial Aviation Month; recognize April 2021 as.
03/29 (S) Adopted
yea

HC46

Bishop Joseph Roscoe Campbell, Jr.; commend for service to his church and community.
03/29 (S) Adopted
yea

HB1529

Town of Como; extend repealer on authority to impose tourism tax on hotels, motels and restaurants.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

SR33

Commend Willy Showah as 'Instructor of the Year' at the Jackson County Campus of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SR32

Commend Lanier High School 'Bulldogs' Boys Basketball Team for winning the 2021 Class 4A State Championship.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SR31

Congratulate Jackson Academy 'Lady Raiders' Girls Basketball Team and Coach Jan Sojourner for MAIS Class 5A Championship.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SR30

Commemorate Centennial Anniversary of Howell-Grantham American Legion Post 53.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SC537

Declare that March 21, 2021, is 'World Down Syndrome Day in Mississippi.'
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SB3091

Lee County; authorize 3/4% sales tax and bond issuance for a specific project by county board.
03/24 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SC536

State Taxation Study Committee; establish.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SB3090

Washington County; extend the repeal date on the Washington County Convention and Visitors Committee and the tourism tax.
03/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB3090

Washington County; extend the repeal date on the Washington County Convention and Visitors Committee and the tourism tax.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

HB1520

Suffrage; restore to J.W. Jackson of Panola County.
03/29 (S) Passed
yea

HB1515

Suffrage; restore to Debra Denise Thomas of Hinds County.
03/29 (S) Passed
yea

SN74

Kenneth Charles (Ken) Lippincott, MD, Tupelo, Mississippi, Mississippi State Board of Medical Licensure to represent the Third Supreme Court District, unexpired portion of a six year term beginning immediately and ending June 30, 2026.
03/31 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN73

Brig. Gen. George Edward Irvin, Sr., Jackson, Mississippi, State Veterans Affairs Board to represent the Second Congressional District, unexpired portion of a five year term beginning immediately and ending May 31, 2025.
03/28 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN72

Jean Cook, Clinton, Mississippi, Mississippi Charter School Authorizer Board, term beginning September 1, 2021 and ending August 31, 2024.
03/25 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN71

Jean Cook, Clinton, Mississippi, Mississippi Charter School Authorizer Board, term beginning immediately and ending August 31, 2021.
03/25 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN70

Mark Charles Baker, Sr., Brandon, Mississippi, Mississippi Charter School Authorizer Board to represent the First Supreme Court District, unexpired balance of the three year term ending August 31, 2023.
03/25 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN69

Donald Everett (Don) Hinton, Jr., Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Mississippi Charter School Authorizer Board to represent the Second Supreme Court District, unexpired balance of the three year term ending August 31, 2023.
03/25 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN68

Ryan Charles Harper, Pharm.D., Pelahatchie, Mississippi, State Board of Pharmacy to represent the Third Congressional District as it existed on July 1, 2001, designated as Post 3, five year term beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2026.
03/31 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN67

Jillian James Foster, Pharm.D., MBA, Olive Branch, Mississippi, State Board of Pharmacy to represent the First Congressional District as it existed on July 1, 2001, designated as Post 1, five year term beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2026.
03/31 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN66

Stuart G. Denman, Jr., DVM, Charleston, Mississippi, Mississippi Board of Veterinary Medicine, term effective immediately and ending April 22, 2024, representing the Third Supreme Court District.
03/29 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN65

Thomas Kevin (Kevin) Smith, DVM, Carriere, Mississippi, Mississippi Board of Veterinary Medicine, term effective immediately and ending May 22, 2025, representing the Second Supreme Court District.
03/29 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN64

Franklin Keith Davis, DVM, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Mississippi Board of Veterinary Medicine, five year term beginning May 23, 2021 and ending May 22, 2026, representing the Second Supreme Court District.
03/29 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SC535

Suspend rules; further consideration of Senate Bill No. 2799 and House Bill No. 1008, Medicaid Technical Amendments.
03/18 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SC535

Suspend rules; further consideration of Senate Bill No. 2799 and House Bill No. 1008, Medicaid Technical Amendments.
03/15 (S) Adopted
yea

SB3088

City of Baldwyn; authorize to expand and operate natural gas distribution system to serve certain areas of Tippah County.
03/27 (S) Passed
yea

SB3087

Warren County; authorize contributions to various organizations.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

SB3086

Lauderdale County; extend repeal date on the Lauderdale County Tourism Commission.
03/28 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB3086

Lauderdale County; extend repeal date on the Lauderdale County Tourism Commission.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

SN62

Roderick Clarence (Rod) Givens, MD, Natchez, Mississippi, State Board of Medical Licensure to represent the Second Supreme Court District, unexpired term beginning immediately and ending June 30, 2026.
03/31 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

HC44

Sara Barrett Harvey Roberts; commend life and legacy upon her passing.
03/29 (S) Adopted
yea

HB1509

Hancock County; extend the date of repeal on the Hancock County Tourism Development Bureau and hotel/motel tax.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

HB1504

City of Forest; authorize a tax on hotels/motels and restaurants to promote tourism, parks and recreation.
03/24 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1502

MS Coast Transportation Authority; authorize to bear the full cost of processing electronic payments.
03/24 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1500

Holmes County; authorize transfer of funds/property from defunct county economic development authority to county economic development district.
03/25 (S) Passed
yea

HB1499

Holmes County; authorize contributions to Fannie Lou Hamer Cancer Foundation.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

HB1498

Holmes County; authorize contributions to P.E.A.R.L.S. Mentoring for Girls, Inc.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

HB1497

Jackson County; direct contributions to Management and Operations for the Mary C. O'Keefe Cultural Center of Arts and Education.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

SR29

Recognize Biloxi Elementary School and D'Iberville Elementary School for National Blue Ribbon School Award.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SN61

Col. Nick Paul Ardillo, Jr., Columbus, Mississippi, Mississippi State Personnel Board to represent the Third Supreme Court District, five year term beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2026.
03/26 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN59

Cammack A. (Cam) Roberds, Sr., Ocean Springs, Mississippi, Mississippi Advisory Commission on Marine Resources as the Recreational Sports Fisherman representative, term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2024.
03/25 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

HB1495

Tallahatchie County; authorize leasing of certain water well to City of Charleston.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

SR28

Commend JSU Lady Tigers Basketball Team for 2019-2020 SWAC Championship.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SR27

Recognize Biloxi native and Nashville Predators Mathieu Olivier for first NHL goal by player born in Mississippi.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SC534

Declare September 2021 as 'Prostate Cancer Awareness Month.'
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

HB1494

Walnut Grove; authorize Walnut Grove Correctional Authority to contract with the state to operate correctional facility.
03/24 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1493

Jackson County; revise duties of civil service commission for sheriff's department relating to certain personnel matters.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

SB3083

City of Vicksburg; extend repealers on authority to contribute to various organizations.
03/18 (S) Passed
yea

SB3080

City of Vicksburg; authorize adoption of vacant commercial building registration ordinance.
03/19 (S) Passed
yea

SB3079

City of Greenwood; extend the repeal date on the tourism tax and the Greenwood Tourism Commission.
03/18 (S) Passed
yea

SB3078

Tunica County; authorize occupancy assessment for the benefit of the Convention Center Complex.
03/24 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB3076

Jackson County and the City of Pascagoula; extend repealer on LaPointe-Krebs Foundation, Inc.
03/18 (S) Passed
yea

SB3075

Town of Sardis; extend repeal date on hotel, motel and restaurant tax.
03/18 (S) Passed
yea

HC43

'Mississippi Mosquito and West Nile Virus Awareness Week'; designate April 12-17, 2021, as.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

HB1491

Coahoma County; authorize contributions to the Family and Youth Opportunities, Inc.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

HB1490

Coahoma County; authorize contributions to Tri-County Workforce Alliance.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

HB1487

City of Vicksburg; authorize to execute certain agreement to make contributions to Vicksburg Warren Economic Development Foundation.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

SN57

Phillip W. (Phil) Moore, Ridgeland, Mississippi, Mississippi Motor Vehicle Commission to represent the Third Congressional District, term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2027.
03/26 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

HC42

Mississippi Electric Power Associations; commend for their tireless efforts to restore power after the winter storm in February 2021.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

HC41

Taiwan; recognize the friendship and encourage further economic ties with the State of Mississippi.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

HC40

Governor William Winter; commend life and legacy upon his passing.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

HB1483

City of Senatobia; extend repeal date on hotel/motel tourism tax.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

HB1482

City of Indianola; extend repeal date on tourism commission and hotel, motel and restaurant tax.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

HB1481

Town of Shannon; authorize expansion of its gas distribution system.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

HB1480

Marshall County; expand boundaries of Marshall Utility Services Sewer District.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

HB1479

City of McComb; extend date of repeal on hotel/motel tourism tax.
03/26 (S) Passed
yea

SB3072

Lafayette County; change governing law for county trust fund investments from PERS to MS Uniform Prudent Investor Act.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

SR26

Commend Alan Sudduth upon selection as 2020-2021 Chairman of the MMA Board of Directors.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SR25

The Jones Act; affirm support for and celebrate the centennial anniversary of its passage.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC533

Recommend that the United States Forest Service reconsider certain restrictive action on National Forest Lands in Mississippi.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

HB1466

Oxford Municipal Reserve and Trust Fund; make technical correction concerning certain internal reference within.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

HB1465

Town of Mize; authorize a tax on restaurants to promote tourism, parks and recreation.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

HC39

Gulf of Mexico continental shelf leasing and infrastructure development; urge and support continuation of.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

HC38

Robert Daniel 'Dan' Camp; commend life, legacy and contributions of upon his passing.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

HC37

Franklin Academy; congratulate upon observance of the Bicentennial Celebration as first public school in Mississippi.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SN55

John Daniel Davis, IV, MD, Flowood, Mississippi, State Board of Health as a Licensed Physician, term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2023, vice Ed D. 'Tad' Barham, MD, FACR.
03/31 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SR24

Commend Gulfport High School 'Lady Admirals' Girls Soccer Team for winning second consecutive Class 6A State Championship.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SR23

Expressing deepest sympathy of Senate to surviving family of Greenville native Mary Wilson of 'The Supremes.'
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SB3032

City of Pascagoula; extend the repeal date on tourism tax authorized to be levied on prepared food sold at restaurants.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HC36

Kidney Disease Awareness Month; recognize March 2021 as.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

HB1453

City of Booneville; extend date of repeal on city's hotel, motel and restaurant tax.
03/25 (S) Passed
yea

SR22

Commend South Perry Elementary Kindergarten Teacher Maria James as 'Mississippi Rural Teacher of the Year.'
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SB2974

City of Byram; extend repeal date on hotel and motel tax.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB1446

Income tax; allow deduction for Back to Business Mississippi Grant Program eligible expenses.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1446

Income tax; allow deduction for Back to Business Mississippi Grant Program eligible expenses.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SR21

Recognize 'Native Plant Week' in Mississippi and commend the work of the Audubon Delta Region in native plant awareness.
02/25 (S) Adopted
yea

SB2972

Bonds; authorize issuance for various Mississippi Development Authority programs.
02/24 (S) Passed
yea

SB2971

Bonds; authorize for various purposes.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2971

Bonds; authorize for various purposes.
02/24 (S) Passed
yea

SB2956

Appropriations; additional appropriations for various state agencies.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2956

Appropriations; additional appropriations for various state agencies.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2956

Appropriations; additional appropriations for various state agencies.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

HC35

Steve Hale; commend distinguished public service career including as a State Senator.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

HB1438

City of Petal; authorize a tax on hotels, motels, bars and restaurants to promote tourism, parks and recreation.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

HB1437

Town of Byhalia; authorize transfer of certain funds for infrastructure improvements.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

HB1436

Caledonia Natural Gas District; authorize to enter into agreement with Mississippi Development Bank.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

HB1434

Tallahatchie County; authorize contributions to Mid-State Opportunity, Inc.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

HB1433

Yalobusha County; authorize to loan funds to Oakland Yalobusha Natural Gas District to help pay off certain district debt.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

SC532

Recognize March 4, 2021, as 'HPV Cancer Awareness Day' in Mississippi.
02/25 (S) Adopted
yea

SC531

Encourage counties and municipalities to exchange land use and development information with military installations.
02/25 (S) Adopted
yea

SB2955

Appropriation; Debt Service-Gen. Obli.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2955

Appropriation; Debt Service-Gen. Obli.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2954

Appropriation; Treasurer's Office.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2954

Appropriation; Treasurer's Office.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2953

Appropriation; Secretary of State.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2953

Appropriation; Secretary of State.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2952

Appropriation; Personnel Board.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2952

Appropriation; Personnel Board.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2951

Appropriation; Development Authority, Mississippi.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2951

Appropriation; Development Authority, Mississippi.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2950

Appropriation; Information Technology Services, Department of.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2950

Appropriation; Information Technology Services, Department of.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2949

Appropriation; Governor's Office and Mansion.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2949

Appropriation; Governor's Office and Mansion.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2948

Appropriation; Finance and Administration, Department of.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2948

Appropriation; Finance and Administration, Department of.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2947

Appropriation; Banking and Consumer Finance, Department of.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2947

Appropriation; Banking and Consumer Finance, Department of.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2946

Appropriation; Audit, Department of.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2946

Appropriation; Audit, Department of.
02/23 (S) Passed
nay

SB2945

Appropriation; Agriculture and Commerce - Dixie National Livestock Shows and County Livestock Shows.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2945

Appropriation; Agriculture and Commerce - Dixie National Livestock Shows and County Livestock Shows.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2944

Appropriation; Animal Health, Board of.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2944

Appropriation; Animal Health, Board of.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2943

Appropriation; Egg Marketing Board.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2942

Appropriation; Agriculture and Commerce, Department of.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2942

Appropriation; Agriculture and Commerce, Department of.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2941

Appropriation; Contractors, Board of.
03/19 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2941

Appropriation; Contractors, Board of.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2940

Appropriation; Accountancy, Board of Public.
03/19 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2940

Appropriation; Accountancy, Board of Public.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2939

Appropriation; Motor Vehicle Commission.
03/19 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2939

Appropriation; Motor Vehicle Commission.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2938

Appropriation; Geologists, Board of Registered Professional.
03/19 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2938

Appropriation; Geologists, Board of Registered Professional.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2937

Appropriation; Gaming Commission.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2937

Appropriation; Gaming Commission.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2936

Appropriation; Architecture, Board of.
03/19 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2936

Appropriation; Architecture, Board of.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2935

Appropriation; Veterinary Examiners, Board of.
03/19 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2935

Appropriation; Veterinary Examiners, Board of.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2934

Appropriation; Counselors, Board of Examiners for Licensed Professional.
03/19 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2934

Appropriation; Counselors, Board of Examiners for Licensed Professional.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2933

Appropriation; Pharmacy, Board of.
03/19 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2933

Appropriation; Pharmacy, Board of.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2932

Appropriation; Massage Therapy, Board of.
03/19 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2932

Appropriation; Massage Therapy, Board of.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2931

Appropriation; Funeral Services Board.
03/19 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2931

Appropriation; Funeral Services Board.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2930

Appropriation; Dental Examiners, Board of.
03/19 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2930

Appropriation; Dental Examiners, Board of.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2929

Appropriation; Chiropractic Examiners, Board of.
03/19 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2929

Appropriation; Chiropractic Examiners, Board of.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2928

Appropriation; Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Development Authority.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2928

Appropriation; Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Development Authority.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2927

Appropriation; Transportation, Department of - State Aid Road Construction, Office of.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2927

Appropriation; Transportation, Department of - State Aid Road Construction, Office of.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2926

Appropriation; Mental Health, Department of.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2926

Appropriation; Mental Health, Department of.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2925

Appropriation; Workers' Compensation Commission.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2925

Appropriation; Workers' Compensation Commission.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2924

Appropriation; Tax Appeals Board.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2924

Appropriation; Tax Appeals Board.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2923

Appropriation; Revenue, Department of.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2923

Appropriation; Revenue, Department of.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2922

Appropriation; Employment Security, Department of.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2922

Appropriation; Employment Security, Department of.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2921

Appropriation; Judicial Performance Commission.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2921

Appropriation; Judicial Performance Commission.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2920

Appropriation; Ethics Commission.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2920

Appropriation; Ethics Commission.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2919

Appropriation; Veterans Affairs Board.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2919

Appropriation; Veterans Affairs Board.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2918

Appropriation; Military Department.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2918

Appropriation; Military Department.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2917

Appropriation; Emergency Management Agency.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2917

Appropriation; Emergency Management Agency.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2916

Appropriation; Public Safety, Department of.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2916

Appropriation; Public Safety, Department of.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2915

Appropriation; Corrections, Department of.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2915

Appropriation; Corrections, Department of.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2914

Appropriation; Community and Junior Colleges Board - Support for community and junior colleges.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2914

Appropriation; Community and Junior Colleges Board - Support for community and junior colleges.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2913

Appropriation; Community and Junior Colleges Board - Administrative expenses.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2913

Appropriation; Community and Junior Colleges Board - Administrative expenses.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2912

Appropriation; IHL - University of Mississippi Medical Center.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2912

Appropriation; IHL - University of Mississippi Medical Center.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2911

Appropriation; IHL - Student Financial Aid.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2911

Appropriation; IHL - Student Financial Aid.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2910

Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Veterinary Medicine, College of.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2910

Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Veterinary Medicine, College of.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2909

Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Forest and Wildlife Research Center.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2909

Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Forest and Wildlife Research Center.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2908

Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Cooperative Extension Service.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2908

Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Cooperative Extension Service.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2907

Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2907

Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2906

Appropriation; IHL - Alcorn State - Agricultural Research, Extension and Land-Grant programs.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2906

Appropriation; IHL - Alcorn State - Agricultural Research, Extension and Land-Grant programs.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2905

Appropriation; IHL - Subsidiary programs.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2905

Appropriation; IHL - Subsidiary programs.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2904

Appropriation; IHL - general support.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2904

Appropriation; IHL - general support.
02/23 (S) Passed
yea

HB1420

Ad valorem tax; exempt property of certain not-for-profit corporations used to provide swimming lessons and training.
03/17 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1420

Ad valorem tax; exempt property of certain not-for-profit corporations used to provide swimming lessons and training.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1418

Oakland/Yalobusha Natural Gas District; authorize expansion of natural gas distribution system.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

HB1413

Appropriation; Transportation, Department of.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1413

Appropriation; Transportation, Department of.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1412

Appropriation; Marine Resources, Department of.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1412

Appropriation; Marine Resources, Department of.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1411

Appropriation; Veterans' Home Purchase Board.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1410

Appropriation; Public Employees' Retirement System.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1410

Appropriation; Public Employees' Retirement System.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1409

Appropriation; Yellow Creek State Inland Port Authority.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1408

Appropriation; Tombigbee River Valley Water Management District.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1408

Appropriation; Tombigbee River Valley Water Management District.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1407

Appropriation; Port Authority, State.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1406

Appropriation; Pearl River Valley Water Supply District.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1405

Appropriation; Pat Harrison Waterway District.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1404

Appropriation; Soil and Water Conservation Commission.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1404

Appropriation; Soil and Water Conservation Commission.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1403

Appropriation; Forestry Commission.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1403

Appropriation; Forestry Commission.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1402

Appropriation; Foresters, Board of Registration for.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1402

Appropriation; Foresters, Board of Registration for.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1401

Appropriation; Health, Department of.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1401

Appropriation; Health, Department of.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1400

Appropriation; Medicaid, Division of.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1400

Appropriation; Medicaid, Division of.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1399

Appropriation; Rehabilitation Services, Department of.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1399

Appropriation; Rehabilitation Services, Department of.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1398

Appropriation; Human Services, Department of.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1398

Appropriation; Human Services, Department of.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1397

Appropriation; Public Utilities Staff.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1397

Appropriation; Public Utilities Staff.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1396

Appropriation; Public Service Commission.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1396

Appropriation; Public Service Commission.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1396

Appropriation; Public Service Commission.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1395

Appropriation; Oil and Gas Board.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1395

Appropriation; Oil and Gas Board.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1394

Appropriation; Grand Gulf Military Monument Commission.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1394

Appropriation; Grand Gulf Military Monument Commission.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1393

Appropriation; Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, Department of.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Filed
yea

HB1393

Appropriation; Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, Department of.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1392

Appropriation; Environmental Quality, Department of.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1392

Appropriation; Environmental Quality, Department of.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1391

Appropriation; reappropriation, DFA - Bureau of Building; FY21.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1391

Appropriation; reappropriation, DFA - Bureau of Building; FY21.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1390

Appropriation; Library Commission.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1390

Appropriation; Library Commission.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1389

Appropriation; Arts Commission.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1389

Appropriation; Arts Commission.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1388

Appropriation; Educational Television, Authority for.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1388

Appropriation; Educational Television, Authority for.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1387

Appropriation; Education, Department of.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1387

Appropriation; Education, Department of.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1386

Appropriation; Archives and History, Department of.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1386

Appropriation; Archives and History, Department of.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1385

Appropriation; Attorney General.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1385

Appropriation; Attorney General.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1384

Appropriation; Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and trial judges services.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1384

Appropriation; Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and trial judges services.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1383

Appropriation; State Public Defender, Office of.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1383

Appropriation; State Public Defender, Office of.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1382

Appropriation; Capital Post-Conviction Counsel, Office of.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1382

Appropriation; Capital Post-Conviction Counsel, Office of.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1381

Appropriation; Legislative expenses.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1381

Appropriation; Legislative expenses.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1380

Appropriation; Fire Academy.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1380

Appropriation; Fire Academy.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1379

Appropriation; Insurance, Department of.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1379

Appropriation; Insurance, Department of.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1378

Appropriation; District attorneys and staff.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1378

Appropriation; District attorneys and staff.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1377

Appropriation: Real Estate Commission and Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1376

Appropriation; Auctioneers Commission.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1375

Appropriation; Engineers and Land Surveyors, Board of Registration for Professional.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1374

Appropriation; Psychology, Board of.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1373

Appropriation; Physical Therapy Board.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1372

Appropriation; Optometry, Board of.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1371

Appropriation; Nursing Home Administrators, Board of.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1370

Appropriation; Nursing, Board of.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1369

Appropriation; Medical Licensure, Board of.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1368

Appropriation; Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists, Board of Examiners for.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1367

Appropriation; Cosmetology, Board of.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1366

Appropriation; Barber Examiners, Board of.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1365

Appropriation; Athletic Commission.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2967

Taxation; amend or repeal certain tax credits, exemptions and incentives.
02/18 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SR20

Recognize the dedicated public service of MEMA Director Greg Michel on occasion of his retirement.
02/25 (S) Adopted
yea

SR19

Recognize enduring influence of Mississippi businessman and civic leader Leland Rhymes Speed and extending sympathy of Senate.
02/25 (S) Adopted
yea

SR18

Extend sympathy of Mississippi Senate to family of fallen officer Hancock County Deputy Sheriff Michael Anthony Boutte, Sr.
02/25 (S) Adopted
yea

SR17

Recognize Sarah Thomas as first female referee to officiate a Super Bowl.
02/25 (S) Adopted
yea

SC530

Commend Ole Miss and ATP tennis standout Dave Randall upon his induction into the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Musuem.
02/25 (S) Adopted
yea

SC529

Congratulate Ole Miss Lineman Terrence Metcalf upon his induction into the 2021 Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum.
02/25 (S) Adopted
yea

SN53

Larry Wayne Clark, Amory, Mississippi, Mississippi Motor Vehicle Commission to represent the state at large as chairman, term effective immediately and runs concurrently with the Governor's term of office.
03/26 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN52

Carl EuGene (Gene) Delcomyn, Brandon, Mississippi, Mississippi Home Corporation, six year term effective immediately and ending April 23, 2026, representing the First Supreme Court District.
03/19 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SR16

Recognize Nellie McInnis as the recipient of the 2021 Governor's Arts Award for Excellence in Music.
02/25 (S) Adopted
yea

SR15

Commend the life of Pontotoc native and Hall of Fame Songwriter Jim Weatherly.
02/25 (S) Adopted
yea

SR14

Commend Florence Girls Soccer Team for winning MHSAA Class 4A State Championship.
02/25 (S) Adopted
yea

SR13

Recognize Benjamin Wright as the recipient of the 2021 Governor's Arts Award for Lifetime Achievement.
02/15 (S) Adopted
yea

SR12

Recognize Jesmyn Ward as the recipient of the 2021 Governor's Arts Award for Excellence in Literature.
02/15 (S) Adopted
yea

SR11

Recognize the Tutwiler Quilters as the recipient of the 2021 Governor's Arts Award for Arts in the Community.
02/15 (S) Adopted
yea

SR10

Recognize Arthur Jafa as the recipient of the 2021 Governor's Arts Award for Excellence in Media Arts.
02/15 (S) Adopted
yea

SR9

Recognize Raphael Semmes as the recipient of the 2021 Governor's Arts Award as Mississippi Cultural Ambassador.
02/15 (S) Adopted
yea

SC528

Commend golf icon Randy Watkins upon his induction into the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum.
02/25 (S) Adopted
yea

HC34

James 'David' Alford, Sr.; commend life and legacy upon his passing.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

HB1356

Income tax; revise deduction for depreciation regarding certain aircraft and equipment.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1356

Income tax; revise deduction for depreciation regarding certain aircraft and equipment.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SN49

Philip Alan Chamblee, Madison, Mississippi, Mississippi Lottery Corporation Board of Directors, five year term effective immediately and ending December 31, 2025.
03/15 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

HC33

Ruby Kate Bowles; commend her life upon her passing.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

HC32

Sarcoidosis Awareness Month in Mississippi; designate April 2021 as.
03/22 (S) Adopted
yea

HB1351

Bonds; increase amount that may be issued for the Local Governments and Rural Water Systems Improvements Revolving Loan Fund.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1350

City of Ripley; extend repeal date on hotel/motel and restaurant tax.
03/25 (S) Passed
yea

HB1346

City of Guntown; authorize use of low-speed vehicles and golf carts on certain public streets.
03/18 (S) Passed
yea

HB1335

Lincoln County; include food sold at county's civic center as retail merchandise when processing electronic payments for such merchandise.
03/24 (S) Passed
yea

HB1334

Town of Georgetown; authorize use of low-speed vehicles and golf carts on certain public roads.
03/31 (S) Passed
yea

HB1333

Town of Wesson; authorize the use of low-speed vehicles and golf carts on certain public roads.
03/31 (S) Passed
yea

SR8

Paying tribute to 52-year law enforcement career of Constable Houston 'Hoot' West of Caledonia, MS, and extending condolences.
02/15 (S) Adopted
yea

SR7

Congratulating Oak Grove High School 'Warriors' Football Team for winning Class 6A State Championship.
02/15 (S) Adopted
yea

SR6

Congratulate Lumberton High School 'Panthers' Football Team for MHSAA Class 1A State Championship.
02/15 (S) Adopted
yea

SR5

Commend judicial contributions and legacy of former 14th Chancery District Judge Dorothy Colom.
02/15 (S) Adopted
yea

SB2895

Ad valorem taxation; allow county to exempt up to 50% of assessed value of renewable energy project property from.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2895

Ad valorem taxation; allow county to exempt up to 50% of assessed value of renewable energy project property from.
02/24 (S) Passed
yea

SN48

Warren G. Rossi, Corinth, Mississippi, State Board of Cosmetology as a Third Supreme Court District representative, term effective immediately and ending March 28, 2023, vice Darlene L. Smith.
03/31 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN47

Scott Roach Shoemaker, Jackson, Mississippi, Mississippi State Personnel Board, term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2023, representing the First Supreme Court District, vice Greg Moore.
03/26 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN46

Tracy Koby Wofford, MAI, AI-GRS, Ridgeland, Mississippi, Mississippi Real Estate Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board to represent the state at large, four year term beginning January 1, 2022 and ending December 31, 2025.
03/16 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN45

Gary Mack Grubbs, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Mississippi Motor Vehicle Commission to represent the state at large as vice chairman, term effective immediately and runs concurrently with Governor's term of office.
03/26 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

HB1326

Compact for a Balanced Budget; revise delegate membership and extend sunset provision.
03/10 (S) Passed
nay

SB2882

Lowndes County; increase amount that may be contributed to the United Way for fiscal years 2021-2023, and extend repealer.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2881

City of Brookhaven; extend repeal date on the tax upon room rentals of hotels, motels and bed-and-breakfast establishments.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB1323

Open meeting; authorize executive session for discussion of plans to combat human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation of children.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SN41

Lauren Michelle Hegwood, Brandon, Mississippi, Board of Directors for the Mississippi Industries for the Blind, term effective July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2024.
03/31 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

HB1312

State Board of Cosmetology; extend repealer on.
03/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1312

State Board of Cosmetology; extend repealer on.
03/26 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1312

State Board of Cosmetology; extend repealer on.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2879

Appropriations; additional appropriations for Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL).
03/01 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2879

Appropriations; additional appropriations for Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL).
02/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SN39

Stephen Charles (Steve) Edds, Ridgeland, Mississippi, Mississippi Tort Claims Board as Chairman, appointee shall serve at the will and pleasure of the Governor.
02/23 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN38

Vicki Lynn Bryant Blackwell, Southaven, Mississippi, Mississippi Real Estate Commission as the real estate broker, four year term beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2025, representing the First Congressional District.
03/16 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN37

Vicki Lynn Bryant Blackwell, Southaven, Mississippi, Mississippi Real Estate Commission as the real estate broker, term effective February 16, 2021 and ending June 30, 2021, representing the First Congressional District, vice Alvin (Al) Gilless.
03/16 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN36

Chatham Hurst (Chat) Phillips, II, Yazoo City, Mississippi, Mississippi Commission on Environmental Quality to represent the state at large, seven year term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2027.
03/25 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN34

Michael Ray (Mike) Patterson, D.C., Boyle, Mississippi, State Board of Chiropractic Examiners, term effective immediately and ending April 20, 2024, representing the Second Congressional District, vice Dr. Dottie Pernell.
03/31 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN33

Francis Clark (Franc) Lee, Flowood, Mississippi, Mississippi Gaming Commission, term effective immediately and ends September 30, 2024.
03/17 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SB2877

Net lottery proceeds; allocate to counties and municipalities for road and bridge repairs, instead of to State Highway Fund.
02/11 (S) Failed
nay

HB1302

Optometry; Board shall define practice of, and authorize to perform certain procedures and use and prescribe certain drugs.
02/25 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1301

Career and technical education; revise curriculum, instructor license requirements and certain assessments.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1297

Bonds; authorize issuance for the Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1296

Historic property income tax credit; revise certain provisions regarding.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1296

Historic property income tax credit; revise certain provisions regarding.
03/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1290

Attorney General; allow salaries of assistants to exceed statutory limitation under certain circumstances.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1290

Attorney General; allow salaries of assistants to exceed statutory limitation under certain circumstances.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1288

Charter vessel operator's permit; create to authorize the sale of alcoholic beverages by the holder of.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB1284

Department of Revenue License Tag Acquisition Fund; revise certain provisions regarding.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB1263

Occupational licensing; provide for recognition of out-of-state licenses if applicants satisfy certain conditions.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2874

Residential and commercial contractors; require sales tax permit from Department of Revenue for pulling building permit.
03/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2874

Residential and commercial contractors; require sales tax permit from Department of Revenue for pulling building permit.
02/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2872

Alcoholic beverages; remove election requirement for designation of area in Rankin County as a qualified resort area.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2872

Alcoholic beverages; remove election requirement for designation of area in Rankin County as a qualified resort area.
02/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2868

Qualified resort areas; include certain municipalities.
02/08 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2863

MDH; revise appropriation for FY2021 to allow purchase of accumulated compensatory time incurred before June 30, 2021.
02/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2854

Department of Public Safety; revise salaries of officers.
02/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2850

Certificate of title; allow application without usual documents for vehicles at least 30 years old on oath of ownership.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2850

Certificate of title; allow application without usual documents for vehicles at least 30 years old on oath of ownership.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2843

Tax; phase out June 25 deadline for taxpayers with average liability of at least $50,000 to remit 75% of June liability.
02/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2839

SMART Business Act; create SMART Business Accelerate Initiative and distinguish from SMART Business Rebate.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2839

SMART Business Act; create SMART Business Accelerate Initiative and distinguish from SMART Business Rebate.
02/09 (S) Passed
yea

HC30

2020 MHSAA Mr. Football Award recipients; commend and congratulate.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

HB1245

MDOT; require maintenance of rights-of-way of state highways inside municipal limits with 10,000 or less population.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1245

MDOT; require maintenance of rights-of-way of state highways inside municipal limits with 10,000 or less population.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1231

Mississippi Outdoor Stewardship Trust Fund; create.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1230

Mississippi Development Authority; allow businesses located on tribal lands to be eligible for certain discretionary programs.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

HB1213

State Personnel Board; require exempted agencies' reports to include quantifiable data and to be sent to SPB, PEER and LBO.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB1211

Administrative hearing procedures for Commission on Marine Resources; revise to authorize executive director of Department of Marine Resources to make final decisions during.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1205

Telemedicine; revise definition for provisions of law regarding coverage for telemedicine services.
03/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1197

Dual-phase design-build method of construction contracting; revise certain provisions of.
03/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1197

Dual-phase design-build method of construction contracting; revise certain provisions of.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1195

Electric bicycles; regulate.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

HB1179

William F. Winter and Jack Reed, Sr., Teacher Loan Repayment Program; create.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1179

William F. Winter and Jack Reed, Sr., Teacher Loan Repayment Program; create.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1177

General laws and journals of legislative sessions; copies of not provided to certain recipients of unless specifically requested.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB1174

Department of Corrections; authorize to provide for hospice care services to inmates with a terminal illness.
03/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SN31

John Walter Rounsaville, Madison, Mississippi, Mississippi Development Authority as the Executive Director, term effective immediately and the appointee shall serve at the pleasure of the Governor.
03/09 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN30

William Green (Will Green) Poindexter, III, Inverness, Mississippi, State Tax Appeals Board as an associate member, six year term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2026.
03/15 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN29

David Charles Johnson, Flowood, Mississippi, Executive Director of the Mississippi Department of Information Technology Services, term effective November 1, 2020.
03/26 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SB2834

Mississippi Historic Site Preservation Fund; create and provide for administration by Department of Archives and History.
03/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2834

Mississippi Historic Site Preservation Fund; create and provide for administration by Department of Archives and History.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2833

Motor Vehicle Commission Law; provide obligations of manufacturers, distributors & dealers regarding rates for parts and labor.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2832

Upholstered household furniture manufacturing job tax credit; extend repealer from 2022 to 2026.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2832

Upholstered household furniture manufacturing job tax credit; extend repealer from 2022 to 2026.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2831

Historic structure income tax credit; cap per taxpayer and authorize sale or transfer.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2830

New Markets Tax Credit; extend MDA's ability to allocate by one year.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2829

Department of Revenue; allow to use tag revenue to cover tag program expenses.
02/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2828

Alcoholic Beverage Control Division; remove provision that agents and inspectors do not have general police powers.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2827

Public purchases; specify prequalification process for construction manager at risk soliciting bids for projects.
03/25 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2827

Public purchases; specify prequalification process for construction manager at risk soliciting bids for projects.
02/10 (S) Passed
yea

HC27

Mississippi Highway Patrol Lt. Troy Morris; commend life and legacy upon his passing.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

HC25

Former Representative Nolan 'Ray' R. Rogers; mourn loss and commemorate laudable legislative career upon his passing.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

HC22

Barabbas Leasy; commend contributions throughout many years of service in education.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

HC21

State of the State address of the Governor; call joint session to hear.
01/25 (S) Adopted
yea

HC20

Former Representative Nolan Mettetal; mourn loss and commemorate laudable legislative career upon his passing.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SB2825

Transportation; revise provisions relating to motor carrier enforcement, harvest permits, and funding.
03/31 (S) Conference Report Adopted
nay

SB2825

Transportation; revise provisions relating to motor carrier enforcement, harvest permits, and funding.
02/11 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

HB1139

Income, sales and use taxes; remove requirement that certain taxpayers pay June tax liability on or before June 25.
03/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1139

Income, sales and use taxes; remove requirement that certain taxpayers pay June tax liability on or before June 25.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1137

Ad valorem tax; revise certain provisions regarding the determination of true value of land used for agricultural purposes.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB1135

Alcoholic beverages; create delivery service permit.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1135

Alcoholic beverages; create delivery service permit.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1123

Early Learning Collaborative Act of 2013; revise funding and specify teaching standards.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1095

Department of Revenue; authorize to compromise and settle certain tax liabilities.
03/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1095

Department of Revenue; authorize to compromise and settle certain tax liabilities.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1095

Department of Revenue; authorize to compromise and settle certain tax liabilities.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB1091

Light wine, light spirit product and beer; authorize microbreweries and revise various sections of law.
03/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1091

Light wine, light spirit product and beer; authorize microbreweries and revise various sections of law.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1077

Open account; revise definition and require account creditor to send demand to current address of account debtor through certain means.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1075

MS Credit Availability Act, Title Pledge Act, and Check Cashers Act; extend or remove repealer on certain provisions of.
03/08 (S) Passed
nay

HB1062

Daylight saving time; observe year-round if federal law is amended to allow it.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB1048

Qualification deadline; change to February 1 for certain statewide, state district, county and county district offices.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1047

Nationally certified licensed school employees; delete caps on nurses and speech pathologists and add athletic trainers for salary supplements.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1034

Uniform Controlled Substances Act; revise schedules.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB1018

State buildings; name DPS Gulf Coast Regional Forensics Laboratory as the 'Gary T. Hargrove Memorial Forensic Laboratory.'
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB1008

Medicaid; make technical amendments to services, manage care and assessment provisions.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB995

Memorial highway; designate segment in Marshall County, Mississippi as the 'Representative Tommy Woods Memorial Highway.'
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2824

State agencies; require annual reporting of pass-through money from line-item appropriation by the Legislature.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2824

State agencies; require annual reporting of pass-through money from line-item appropriation by the Legislature.
02/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2824

State agencies; require annual reporting of pass-through money from line-item appropriation by the Legislature.
02/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2822

Mississippi Flexible Tax Incentive Act; create.
02/18 (S) Passed
yea

SB2820

Department of Tourism; create.
02/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2816

Public officials and employees; allow Department of Revenue appraisers to receive same pay increases as county tax assessors.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2816

Public officials and employees; allow Department of Revenue appraisers to receive same pay increases as county tax assessors.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2815

Motor vehicles; remove requirement for apportioned vehicles to have decal with expiration month and year on license tag.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2814

Unemployment benefits; allow withholding for state income taxes, corresponding to withholding for federal income taxes.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2813

Amusement rides; change period for operating permit decals from 12 months to calendar year.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2812

Motor vehicles; limit period for DOR's retention of certificates of title to 15 years.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

HB997

Alcoholic beverages; remove DOR from being wholesale distributor, authorize issuance of wholesaler's permits.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB992

County port and harbor commission; provide that members hold appointment until successor appointed and installed.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2811

Abandoned manufactured or mobile homes; establish procedure for disposition.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2809

Public records; extend repealer on provision requiring public access to records.
02/08 (S) Passed
yea

SB2807

Alcoholic beverages; restore provision restricting areas in which manufacture, sale and distribution are authorized.
03/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2807

Alcoholic beverages; restore provision restricting areas in which manufacture, sale and distribution are authorized.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2806

Department of Revenue; bring forward code sections relating to ABC Division and authority to contract for services.
02/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2805

Alcoholic beverages; remove provision requiring DOR to immediately revoke permit for certain unlawful sales.
02/08 (S) Passed
yea

SB2804

Alcoholic beverage; create delivery service permit.
02/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2799

Mississippi Medicaid Program; make technical amendments to reimbursements and administration.
03/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2799

Mississippi Medicaid Program; make technical amendments to reimbursements and administration.
02/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2798

Public utilities; authorize rate-regulated electric utilities to permit broadband provider use of the electric delivery system.
03/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2798

Public utilities; authorize rate-regulated electric utilities to permit broadband provider use of the electric delivery system.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2797

Department of Public Safety; revise authority, make various amendments.
02/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2797

Department of Public Safety; revise authority, make various amendments.
02/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2795

'Mississippi Earned Parole Eligibility Act'; enact.
03/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2795

'Mississippi Earned Parole Eligibility Act'; enact.
02/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2792

Fresh Start Act of 2019; expand.
02/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2788

Radar speed detection; revise provisions concerning use by Highway Patrol and municipal law enforcement in certain cities.
02/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2787

Water skiing; revise safety requirements.
02/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2787

Water skiing; revise safety requirements.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2785

Driver's license requirements; exempt military members, spouses and dependent children under certain conditions.
02/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2776

Noxubee County; authorize assessments on misdemeanor convictions and nonadjudications for capital improvements.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2765

Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act; create.
02/12 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

SB2765

Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act; create.
02/11 (S) Failed
nay

SB2762

Department of Human Services; permit use of a simplified reporting system.
02/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2759

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families; increase the monthly amount.
03/17 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2759

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families; increase the monthly amount.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2757

South Mississippi Regional Health Care Authority; establish.
02/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB974

DPS; revise law regarding.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

HB955

Abandoned mobile homes; establish a procedure to dispose of.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB953

Homeowners' associations; regulate managing agents of and require financial reviews by.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB949

Solid waste landfills; prohibit new landfill in county where 2 or more exist, unless referendum held.
03/02 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB945

Light wine, beer and light spirit product; revise number of qualified electors required to petition for election to prohibit or authorize.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB929

Reentry for offenders; bring forward certain sections relating to.
03/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB928

Commissioner of Corrections and community corrections; bring forward various sections relating to.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB928

Commissioner of Corrections and community corrections; bring forward various sections relating to.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2751

Mississippi Professional Massage Therapy Act; provide new requirements and extend the repealer thereon.
03/18 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2751

Mississippi Professional Massage Therapy Act; provide new requirements and extend the repealer thereon.
02/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2750

Pharmacy practice; revise definition of 'written guideline or protocol' regarding location of delegated prescribing functions.
03/18 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2750

Pharmacy practice; revise definition of 'written guideline or protocol' regarding location of delegated prescribing functions.
02/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2746

Hudson's Law; require healthcare providers to provide information to parents who receive a postnatal diagnosis of a chromosomal disorder.
03/17 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2746

Hudson's Law; require healthcare providers to provide information to parents who receive a postnatal diagnosis of a chromosomal disorder.
02/11 (S) Passed
yea

HC11

Magee High School Football Team; commend upon winning MHSAA Class 3A State Championship.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

HC10

Arthur James Anderson, Sr.; commend the life, legacy and contributions upon his passing.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

HB887

Memorial highway; designate a segment of United States Highway 82 in Webster County as 'Corporal William Justin Cooper Memorial Highway.'
03/26 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB887

Memorial highway; designate a segment of United States Highway 82 in Webster County as 'Corporal William Justin Cooper Memorial Highway.'
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB886

Law enforcement officers; exempt from concealed firearms permit fees and renewal fees.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SR4

Recognize Noah Harris of Natchez/Hattiesburg as Harvard's first African American male Student Body President.
02/15 (S) Adopted
yea

SC527

Congratulate Coach Lane Kiffin and Ole Miss 'Rebels' Football Team for impressive victory in Outback Bowl and for 2020 season.
02/15 (S) Adopted
yea

SB2728

Department of Revenue; allow retiring law enforcement officers to keep one issued sidearm each.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2727

Department of Archives and History; revise appointing authority for members of the board of trustees.
02/10 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

SB2725

State Budget; bring forward certain provisions and transfer funds.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2689

State Auditor; increase fee which may be charged for performing audits and other services.
02/09 (S) Passed
nay

HB872

Memorial highway; designate a segment of United States Highway 61 in Jefferson County as the 'Highway Patrol Lieutenant Troy Morris Memorial Highway.'
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB852

Teachers' and teacher's assistants' salaries; provide increase to minimum salary.
03/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2678

Computer science curriculum; require State Department of Education to implement in K-12 public schools.
02/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2664

Early Learning Collaborative Act of 2013; prescribe standards and benchmarks.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2653

Public Trust Tidelands; provide a procedure for the removal of submerged logs.
02/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2651

Surplus property; clarify current policy to conform with federal regulations for the Department of Finance and Administration.
02/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2649

Public contracts for energy efficiency; extend repeal date on use of.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2649

Public contracts for energy efficiency; extend repeal date on use of.
03/12 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2649

Public contracts for energy efficiency; extend repeal date on use of.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2648

MS Geologic Sequestration of Carbon Dioxide Act; Oil and Gas Board shall have jurisdiction to enforce provisions of.
02/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2643

Service of tax sale notices; revise to allow service by a constable.
02/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2638

Electronic documents; provide recording procedure for counties without electronic-recording capability.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2638

Electronic documents; provide recording procedure for counties without electronic-recording capability.
02/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2631

Health insurance; revise mandated coverage for telemedicine services.
02/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2630

County law library; authorize use of money for technological purposes.
02/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2628

Credit Availability Act; extend repealer on.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2627

Home inspector license; require applicants to undergo certain background checks.
02/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2626

MS Business Corporation Act; amend to allow corporations to hold annual or special shareholder meetings remotely.
02/08 (S) Passed
yea

SB2624

MS Real Estate Commission; require to establish pilot program using administrative hearing officers.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2624

MS Real Estate Commission; require to establish pilot program using administrative hearing officers.
02/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2623

Motor vehicle insurance; extend repealer on Public Safety Verification and Enforcement Act.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2623

Motor vehicle insurance; extend repealer on Public Safety Verification and Enforcement Act.
02/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2621

Task Force; establish to study domestic law matters.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2621

Task Force; establish to study domestic law matters.
02/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2606

Mississippi Native Spirit Law; create.
02/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2605

Golf carts and low-speed vehicles; authorize municipalities to permit operation on municipal streets.
02/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2603

Salvage or abandoned vehicles; authorize disposition by auction firms on behalf of insurers.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2602

Nonadmitted insurer policy fee; divert certain amount to fund fire trucks and fire apparatus/protection grants.
02/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2598

Department of Public Safety; revise licensing.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2598

Department of Public Safety; revise licensing.
02/10 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

SB2588

Statewide Elections Management System; remove electors who fail to respond to notice.
02/10 (S) Passed
nay

SB2587

Absentee ballots; authorize registrar to alphabetize and sort by precinct.
02/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2578

Arrest warrants; authorize electronic signatures.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2574

Reentry courts; create pilot reentry court, and establish rehab and workforce development program at MDOC.
02/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2573

Department of Public Safety; implement uniform reporting standards for jail census data & create & maintain a centralized database.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2572

DUI law; revise fourth offense of and require all expunctions to be confidentially registered.
02/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2569

Urine; create the crime of selling or tampering with urine.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2569

Urine; create the crime of selling or tampering with urine.
02/03 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2561

'Empower Reentry Through Licensing Act'; authorize provisional driver's licenses for eligible inmates.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2559

Public Service Commission; may contract with federal agencies for the collection of data and mapping of broadband availability.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2553

State offenders in county jail; MDOC to pay increased rate to county to expedite removal of.
02/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2553

State offenders in county jail; MDOC to pay increased rate to county to expedite removal of.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2552

Pretrial Intervention Program; prohibit eligibility for persons charged with public embezzlement over a certain amount.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2547

Scholarship eligibility requirements; increase minimum ACT scores for MTAG, HELP and MESG.
02/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB796

Habitual offender; revise penalties for.
03/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB761

State Veterans Affairs Board; revise powers and duties relating to the operation of the State Veterans Homes.
03/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB761

State Veterans Affairs Board; revise powers and duties relating to the operation of the State Veterans Homes.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB754

Dyslexia education; revise provisions for determining student eligibility for IEP or 504 Plan.
03/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB754

Dyslexia education; revise provisions for determining student eligibility for IEP or 504 Plan.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB747

Work release program; authorize pilot program to authorize sheriff to assign offenders to while confined in jail.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
nay

HB747

Work release program; authorize pilot program to authorize sheriff to assign offenders to while confined in jail.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB747

Work release program; authorize pilot program to authorize sheriff to assign offenders to while confined in jail.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB746

Mississippi Motor Vehicle Commission Law; revise regarding warranty reimbursement.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2544

University of Mississippi Medical Center; create joint committee to study the organization of.
02/09 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

SB2539

Hinds County; authorize assessments on convictions for improvements to courthouses and pretrial detention facilities.
03/18 (S) Passed
yea

SB2536

Athletics; provide that schools designate teams by biological sex.
02/11 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

SB2527

Mississippi Critical Teacher Shortage Act; extend repealer on.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2521

Mississippi Advantage Jobs Act; revise definition of 'new direct job' for incentive applicants from and after July 1, 2010.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

HB695

State Domestic Violence Fund; remove the matching funds requirement for.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

HB667

Alcoholic beverages; delete requirement for immediate permit revocation for certain prohibited sales.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB634

Firearms restriction; limit those by cities, counties and state agencies.
03/04 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

HB633

Computer science curriculum; require State Department of Education to implement in K-12 public schools.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

HB632

'All Fuels Act of 2021'; establish.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB631

Law enforcement; allow off-duty use of official vehicles while performing security services in off-duty hours.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB631

Law enforcement; allow off-duty use of official vehicles while performing security services in off-duty hours.
03/11 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

HB631

Law enforcement; allow off-duty use of official vehicles while performing security services in off-duty hours.
03/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB628

Highway privilege tax; add a gross vehicle weight category for carriers of property with additional tax.
03/16 (S) Passed
yea

HB615

DUI suspension; clarify how the 120 days are counted.
03/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SN28

Pshon Barrett, Jackson, Mississippi, Board of Directors for the Mississippi Industries for the Blind, term effective June 30, 2018 and ending June 30, 2022.
03/31 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

HB594

Coastal Wetlands Protection Act; revise definitions to include 'ordinary high water mark'.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB594

Coastal Wetlands Protection Act; revise definitions to include 'ordinary high water mark'.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB576

Local System Bridge Replacement & Rehabilitation Fund; revise allocation formula.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB572

Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of 'qualified resort area' under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.
03/31 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB572

Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of 'qualified resort area' under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB551

Driver's license; require Department of Public Safety to allow official identifying document of MDOC to suffice for.
03/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB550

Intermediate driver's license; delete all references to.
03/26 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB550

Intermediate driver's license; delete all references to.
03/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB525

Corrections omnibus bill; enact.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB520

Use tax; revise certain provisions regarding funds distributed to municipalities/counties for road improvements.
03/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB520

Use tax; revise certain provisions regarding funds distributed to municipalities/counties for road improvements.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB519

Motor vehicle license tags; remove requirement for apportioned vehicles to have decal with expiration month/year on tag.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB516

Department of Revenue; allow department appraisers to receive certain pay increases upon completing certain training.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB512

ABC agents/inspectors; revise certain provisions regarding powers of.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB511

Amusement ride operating permit decal; revise period for issuance.
03/08 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB510

Motor vehicle certificate of title; limit period for which Department of Revenue must retain.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

HB509

Unemployment compensation; allow withholding of state income tax.
03/08 (S) Passed
yea

HB508

Department of Revenue; allow retiring law enforcement officer of to retain issued sidearm.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

HB504

Commission on School Accreditation; clarify membership composition.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB500

Mississippi Home Corporation; extend reverter on authority to issue a certain amount of bonds.
03/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB499

Qualified equity investment tax credits; extend authority of Mississippi Development Authority to allocate.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB493

Counties and municipalities; authorize to offer Medicare eligible employee benefits when employees secures Medicare under certain circumstances.
03/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB488

Libraries; authorize use of debit and credit cards.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

HB487

County and public libraries; repeal certain provisions related to.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

SR3

Congratulate Magee Trojans Football Team for winning 3A State Championship.
02/15 (S) Adopted
yea

SC521

Recognize the induction of Grammy Award-Winning Country Music Artist Marty Stuart into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
02/15 (S) Adopted
yea

SB2507

Mississippi Development Authority; allow businesses located on tribal lands to be eligible for certain discretionary programs.
02/08 (S) Passed
yea

SB2486

State parks; create study committee on restructuring ownership and management arrangements.
02/05 (S) Passed
nay

SB2483

Electric bicycles; classify as bicycles and not as motor vehicles, and regulate.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2481

Memorial highways; designate various segments.
03/11 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2481

Memorial highways; designate various segments.
02/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2478

Motor carrier safety improvements; prohibit consideration of use in evaluation of employment status.
02/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2477

Mississippi Home Corporation; remove reverter on statute granting authority to issue negotiable bonds and notes.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2474

Health department; authorize certain charges for services with other agencies for operation of medical marijuana program.
03/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2474

Health department; authorize certain charges for services with other agencies for operation of medical marijuana program.
02/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2456

Open Meetings Law; allow executive sessions for certain discussions by public hospital boards.
02/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2437

Distinctive motor vehicle license tags; authorize for Wildlife Mississippi.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2435

Alcoholic beverages; revise various provisions relating to distilleries.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2435

Alcoholic beverages; revise various provisions relating to distilleries.
02/08 (S) Passed
yea

SB2434

Department of Public Safety; authorize contract with counties for custody of certain offenders.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2434

Department of Public Safety; authorize contract with counties for custody of certain offenders.
02/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2434

Department of Public Safety; authorize contract with counties for custody of certain offenders.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2429

State-owned vehicles; create study committee to study the management of.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2426

Department of Human Services; establish a grant program for regional food banks and SNAP incentives.
02/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2420

Temporary license for social workers; authorize to practice in nonprofit facilities.
03/18 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2420

Temporary license for social workers; authorize to practice in nonprofit facilities.
02/08 (S) Passed
yea

SB2419

State Medical Examiner fees; extend repealer on.
03/17 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2419

State Medical Examiner fees; extend repealer on.
02/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2411

Services to individuals who are homeless or at risk of experiencing homelessness; DHS pilot project.
02/10 (S) Failed
yea

SB2394

Public officers and employees; revise policy regulating personal use of state-owned wireless communication devices.
02/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB429

Contracts; authorize persons eighteen years of age or older to enter into for the purpose of investing in mutual funds.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

HB425

Ad valorem tax; revise certain provisions regarding when an application for change of property assessment may be made.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB425

Ad valorem tax; revise certain provisions regarding when an application for change of property assessment may be made.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB424

Memorial highways; designate.
03/26 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB424

Memorial highways; designate.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2392

County port and harbor commission; provide for holdover of appointees.
03/16 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2392

County port and harbor commission; provide for holdover of appointees.
02/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2392

County port and harbor commission; provide for holdover of appointees.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2389

Domestic violence shelters; revise eligibility for funds.
02/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB382

Chronic wasting disease; revise requirements for testing of white-tailed deer harvested within enclosures.
03/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB382

Chronic wasting disease; revise requirements for testing of white-tailed deer harvested within enclosures.
03/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB374

Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize for supporters of various organizations.
03/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB374

Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize for supporters of various organizations.
03/03 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB359

Municipalities with a certain population; allow to establish overdue water/sewer programs.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB359

Municipalities with a certain population; allow to establish overdue water/sewer programs.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB357

Bonding requirement for county purchase clerk; increase.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

HB356

Child abuse; expand immunity for good faith reports.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB356

Child abuse; expand immunity for good faith reports.
03/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB356

Child abuse; expand immunity for good faith reports.
03/08 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

HB354

Municipal judges; authorize to order a defendant to remedy real property ordinance violations within a reasonable time period.
03/08 (S) Passed
yea

HB352

Home inspector license; require applicants to undergo certain background checks.
03/08 (S) Passed
yea

HB341

Motor carrier safety improvements; prohibit consideration of deployment of in determining an individual's employment status with motor carrier.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB330

Uninsured motorist coverage law; revise to prohibit insurance policy from paying certain losses if another insurance policy must pay for such.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB320

Perpetual care cemeteries; authorize counties and cities to clean property of those not properly maintained.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB312

Central Market Board; abolish and transfer functions of to the Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

HB294

Hospices; delete repealer on authority for prescribing certain drugs without in-person visit with a patient.
03/08 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB290

Pre-trial Intervention; prohibit certain amount of public embezzlement for.
03/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB287

Drug Intervention Courts; standardize references.
03/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB286

Cemeteries; authorize to disinter and reinter dead human remains for next of kin instructions.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

HB277

Tribal identification cards; recognize as legal means of personal identification.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SN26

Andre-Louis Verloin (Andre) de Gruy, Jackson, Mississippi, State Defender in the Office of the State Public Defender, four year term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2024.
02/23 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN25

Elizabeth Ashley (Beth) Harkins, Madison, Mississippi, Mississippi Workers' Compensation Commission as the Commissioner representing the employee interest, six year term effective immediately and ending December 31, 2026.
02/04 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN24

Thomas Allen (Tom) Wicker, Tupelo, Mississippi, Information Technology Services Authority, five year term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2025.
03/26 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN23

Donald Geaty (Don) Brown, Vicksburg, Mississippi, Mississippi State Personnel Board to serve the state at large, five year term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2025.
03/26 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

HB213

DFA; authorize Office of Surplus Property to administer the Federal Donation Program.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2373

Motor fuel sales; provide immunity for damages caused by the use of incompatible fuel upon certain conditions.
03/12 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2373

Motor fuel sales; provide immunity for damages caused by the use of incompatible fuel upon certain conditions.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2372

Oil and gas; to extend repeal date on the use of the conservation fund to plug orphan or gas wells.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2355

Age of majority; revise.
02/10 (S) Passed
nay

HB208

Psychologists; extend repealer on licensure law and remove postdoctoral training requirements for licensure.
03/03 (S) Passed
yea

HB200

Remote patient monitoring services; delete requirement of 2 recent hospitalizations to qualify for.
03/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2337

Surplus Lines Association; transfer fees collected by the association upon written request by certain officials.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2336

MS First Responders Health and Safety Act; delay effective date of.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2332

Comprehensive Hurricane Damage Mitigation Program; extend repealer on development and implementation of program.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2324

Bad Faith Assertions of Patent Infringement; extend repealer on.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2313

Mississippi Intercollegiate Athletics Compensation Rights Act; allow athletes to be compensated for name, image and likeness.
03/26 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2313

Mississippi Intercollegiate Athletics Compensation Rights Act; allow athletes to be compensated for name, image and likeness.
02/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2307

Dyslexia Awareness Training Program; require teachers to complete two hours of training for.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2305

William F. Winter and Jack Reed, Sr., Teacher Loan Repayment Program; create.
02/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB196

'Dignity for Incarcerated Women Act'; create.
03/25 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB196

'Dignity for Incarcerated Women Act'; create.
03/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HC4

Representative Gary Chism; commend dedicated legislative career and public service upon his retirement.
03/29 (S) Adopted
yea

SN22

Derek Royce Arrington, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, State Bond Attorney, term effective immediately and is concurrent with the Governor's term of office.
03/15 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN21

Angela Sade Wheeler Bass, Ph.D., Jackson, Mississippi, State Board of Education, term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2025, representing the First Supreme Court District, vice Johnny Franklin.
02/09 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN20

Glen Vernon East, Gulfport, Mississippi, State Board of Education as the School Administrator, term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2023, vice Buddy Bailey.
02/09 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN19

Dr. William Alonzo (Billy) Morehead, Madison, Mississippi, Public Procurement Review Board, four year term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2024.
02/08 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN18

Vivian Walker Dailey, Gautier, Mississippi, Mississippi Commission on the Status of Women, term is effective January 12, 2021 and ending January 12, 2025.
02/15 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN17

Amanda Frusha, Jackson, Mississippi, Mississippi Commission on the Status of Women, term effective January 11, 2021 and ending January 11, 2025.
02/15 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SB2296

Office of Workforce Development; exempt executive director from certain salary and compensation requirements.
02/09 (S) Passed
nay

SB2294

Veteran Driver's License Designation; allow proof of military service in person.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2294

Veteran Driver's License Designation; allow proof of military service in person.
02/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2293

Claims by veterans under consumer protection law; Mississippi Veterans Affairs Board offers service free of charge.
02/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2283

Freedom of Roadway Act; increase penalties for the obstruction of public passageways.
02/04 (S) Passed
nay

SB2282

Youth detention; raise minimum age for youth commitment to state training school and secure detention.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2279

Parole and earned release; criminalize absconding.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2278

Uniform Controlled Substances Act; revise schedules.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2270

Autopsies; provide for confidentiality of photographs and recordings of.
02/03 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2267

Teacher license; allow reciprocity if teacher possesses standard license from other state and passes background check.
03/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2267

Teacher license; allow reciprocity if teacher possesses standard license from other state and passes background check.
02/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2261

Perpetual care cemetaries; authorize counties and cities to clean property of those not properly maintained and seek reimbursement.
03/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2261

Perpetual care cemetaries; authorize counties and cities to clean property of those not properly maintained and seek reimbursement.
02/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2260

Public official corruption; authorize prosecution by Attorney General upon request of the State Auditor.
02/10 (S) Passed
nay

SB2253

Concealed carry weapons permit; combine with driver's license or identification card.
02/08 (S) Passed
yea

SB2252

Special Care Facility for Paroled Inmates; authorize parole for medically frail inmates, licensure and Medicaid reimbursement.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2248

Law enforcement officers; entitled to certain follow-up drug testing before loss of certification.
02/11 (S) Passed
yea

SC519

Commend Brookhaven High School 'Panthers' Boys Cross-Country Team for second consecutive state championship.
02/03 (S) Adopted
yea

SC518

Commend Hillcrest Christian Girls Fast Pitch Softball Team for MAIS State Championship.
02/03 (S) Adopted
yea

SC517

Pay tribute to the memory of former State Senator and Representative Nolan Mettetal.
02/03 (S) Adopted
yea

SC516

Pay tribute to the memory and career of pioneering country music superstar Charley Pride from Sledge, Mississippi.
02/03 (S) Adopted
yea

SN16

William Jarvis Van Devender, Jr., Jackson, Mississippi, Appeals Board of the Mississippi Transportation Commission, term effective December 29, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021.
02/22 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN15

Mark Talbot Buys, Sr., Vicksburg, Mississippi, Mississippi Business Finance Corporation, term effective immediately and ending March 31, 2026.
03/15 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN14

Andrea Adkins Sanders, McComb, Mississippi, Mississippi Department of Child Protection Services as Commissioner of Child Protection Services, term effective November 9, 2020.
03/09 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN13

Christopher Glenn (Chris) Wells, P.E., Pearl, Mississippi, Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality as the Executive Director, term effective October 20, 2020 and the appointee shall serve at the pleasure of the Governor.
03/25 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN12

Brig. Gen. Benjamin Joseph (Joe) Spraggins, Gulfport, Mississippi, MS Commission on Marine Resources as the Exe. Director of the Dept. of Marine Resources, term effective October 21, 2020 and the appointee shall serve at will and pleasure of the Governor.
03/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN11

David Steen Wansley, Sr., Vicksburg, Mississippi, Appeals Board of the Mississippi Transportation Commission, four year term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2024.
02/22 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN10

Michael Warren Boerner, Jackson, Mississippi, Mississippi Business Finance Corporation, term effective December 17, 2020 and ending March 31, 2026.
03/15 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN9

Jane Stroble Miller, Meridian, Mississippi, Board of Directors for the Mississippi Industries for the Blind as an individual who is legally blind, term effective December 17, 2020 and ending December 17, 2024.
03/31 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN7

Dr. Ronnie Lynn McGehee, Madison, Mississippi, State Board of Education, term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2028.
02/09 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN6

Kimberly Kay Remak, Olive Branch, Mississippi, Mississippi Charter School Authorizer Board, term effective December 8, 2020 and ending August 30, 2022.
02/09 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN4

Edmond Earl Hughes, Jr., Ocean Springs, Mississippi, Board of Trustees of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History, six year term beginning January 1, 2020 and ending January 1, 2026.
03/17 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN3

Spencer J. (Spence) Flatgard, Ridgeland, Mississippi, Board of Trustees of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History, six year term beginning January 1, 2020 and ending January 1, 2026.
03/17 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN2

Nancy Rea Luke Carpenter, Columbus, Mississippi, Board of Trustees of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History, six year term beginning January 1, 2020 and ending January 1, 2026.
03/17 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN1

David Banister Russell, Flora, Mississippi, Public Procurement Review Board, term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2024.
03/15 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SC515

Extending condolences of Mississippi Legislature on the passing of Wiggins Mayor Joel Travis Miles and remembering his legacy.
02/03 (S) Adopted
yea

SC514

Extend sympathy of the Legislature to the family of the state's longest-serving Mayor, Dock Gabbert, of Derma, Mississippi.
02/03 (S) Adopted
yea

SC513

Recognize the Bicentennial Celebration of Franklin Academy in Columbus, the first public school in Mississippi.
02/03 (S) Adopted
yea

SC512

Commend the life of legendary college and NFL football player and Coach Ray Perkins from Petal, Mississippi.
02/03 (S) Adopted
yea

SC511

Commend Leake Academy 'Rebels' Football Team for winning the MAIS Class 5A State Championship.
02/03 (S) Adopted
yea

SC510

Mourn the passing of former Senator Tommy Moffatt, Sr., of Gautier, Mississippi, and commend his public and charitable service.
02/03 (S) Adopted
yea

SC509

Extend deepest sympathy of Legislature on the passing of Mississippi Sports Icon JSU Coach 'W.C.' Gorden.
02/03 (S) Adopted
yea

SB2223

Arrest warrants; authorize issuance for sex offenses against children upon oral testimony.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2221

Mississippi Dementia Care Program, Food Bank Pilot Programming; create.
03/04 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2221

Mississippi Dementia Care Program, Food Bank Pilot Programming; create.
02/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2205

Birth certificate; adoptee may obtain certified copy of original after 18 years.
02/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2204

Revised LLC Act and MS Registered Agents Act; require listing of registered agent's email address.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2189

Counties and municipalities; authorize to offer Medicare-eligible employees supplemental compensation if employees secure Medicare.
02/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2188

State agencies; revise reporting requirements when personnel actions are exempted from State Personnel Board procedures.
02/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2187

Universal Recognition of Occupational Licenses Act; enact.
02/10 (S) Failed
nay

SB2165

Veterans Service Officers; revise certain qualifications and requirements.
02/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2149

MAEP; Department of Education required to hold harmless school district from calculating 2020-2021 average daily attendance.
02/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2124

Mississippi Department of Employment Security; revise various provisions regarding authority of.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2121

Intimate visual material; criminalize disclosure of.
03/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2121

Intimate visual material; criminalize disclosure of.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2119

Pseudoephedrine and ephedrine; authorize sales and purchase of certain products containing without a prescription.
02/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2117

Juvenile offenders; provide alternative sentencing and parole options.
02/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2117

Juvenile offenders; provide alternative sentencing and parole options.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2113

Voting equipment; require certification by the United States Election Assistance Commission.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2107

Firearms; prohibit local governments and state agencies from restricting possession.
02/09 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

SB2106

Off-duty law enforcement officers; authorized to use public vehicles for private security duty.
02/03 (S) Passed
nay

HB189

Mississippi Persian Gulf War Memorial; authorize MSVA to move to another appropriate location.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB160

State Department of Health and State Board of Health; extend repealer on.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB136

Individual bond; require for public officers and employees handling or having the custody of public funds.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB136

Individual bond; require for public officers and employees handling or having the custody of public funds.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

HB135

MS Critical Teacher Shortage Act of 1998; extend repealer on.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB119

Harper's Grace Law; extend repealer on authority to research and dispense cannabidiol (CBD oil) for medical purposes.
03/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB119

Harper's Grace Law; extend repealer on authority to research and dispense cannabidiol (CBD oil) for medical purposes.
03/11 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

HB119

Harper's Grace Law; extend repealer on authority to research and dispense cannabidiol (CBD oil) for medical purposes.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

HC2

Former Representative Gary V. Staples; commend legislative career and mourn loss upon his passing.
02/15 (S) Adopted
yea

HC1

Bobby Paschal Martin; commend life and legacy upon his passing.
02/15 (S) Adopted
yea

HB109

State budget; enact and revise various provisions relating to.
03/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB109

State budget; enact and revise various provisions relating to.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB108

Wireless Communication Commission; remove ITS control over.
03/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB108

Wireless Communication Commission; remove ITS control over.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB106

State budget; revise provisions in several FY21 appropriation bills.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB104

Board of Supervisors of Hancock County; revise salary of attorney hired to prosecute cases for county.
03/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB104

Board of Supervisors of Hancock County; revise salary of attorney hired to prosecute cases for county.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB100

MS Telephone Solicitation Act; extend repealer on requirement that fees be deposited into State General Fund.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB95

Nursing home administrators; delete repealer on licensure requirements for and authorize board to conduct background checks.
03/26 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB95

Nursing home administrators; delete repealer on licensure requirements for and authorize board to conduct background checks.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB87

MDHS fraud investigators; provide they shall be law enforcement officers.
03/26 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB87

MDHS fraud investigators; provide they shall be law enforcement officers.
03/08 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB82

Community or junior colleges; authorize to administer construction contracts of $1,000,000.00 or less, and exempt certain oversight.
03/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB82

Community or junior colleges; authorize to administer construction contracts of $1,000,000.00 or less, and exempt certain oversight.
03/09 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB74

Emergency Telecommunications Services (911); extend repealer on.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB73

Chiropractors; extend repealer on licensure law.
03/03 (S) Passed
yea

HB72

Dentists; provide immunity for providing charitable and emergency services.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

HB70

Autopsies; provide for confidentiality of photographs and video and audio recordings with exceptions.
03/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB69

State Veterans Affairs Board; provide that certain employees of are nonstate service employees under state personnel system.
01/20 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2098

State Board of Funeral Service; extend repealer on.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2087

Cemetery owners; authorize to disinter dead human remains for reinterment, reburial or delivery to a carrier for transportation.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2086

Child advocacy centers; immunity from civil liability.
02/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2081

University of Mississippi Medical Center property; revise leasing authority by removing provision requiring mixed-use development.
02/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2077

Central Market Board; abolish and transfer functions to the Department of Agriculture and Commerce.
02/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2076

Mississippi Fair Commission; remove repealer and revise advisory council composition.
02/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2075

State parks; change name of Natchez State Park to 'Bob M. Dearing Natchez State Park.'
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2072

Pecan Harvesting Law; revise penalties for violating.
02/05 (S) Passed
yea

SR1

Commend Andy Ogletree for finishing his first Masters as Low Amateur.
02/03 (S) Adopted
yea

SC506

Express intent of Legislature that daylight saving time shall be the year-round standard time in Mississippi.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC504

Ted Booth; commend for receiving the 2020 Legislative Staff Achievement Award from NCSL.
02/03 (S) Adopted
yea

SC503

Commend Aysa Branch for winning Miss USA.
02/03 (S) Adopted
yea

SC502

Remember the legacy of former Governor William F. Winter and extend deepest sympathy of the Legislature on his passing.
02/03 (S) Adopted
yea

SB2068

Voyeurism; revise sentencing.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2062

Rural Fire Truck Acquisition Assistance Program; authorize an additional round for counties and municipalities.
03/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2062

Rural Fire Truck Acquisition Assistance Program; authorize an additional round for counties and municipalities.
02/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2035

Hunting; allow air guns, air bows and pre-charged pneumatic weapons, and authorize special seasons for CWD sample collection.
02/03 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2032

City of Olive Branch; authorize 1% tax on hotels and motels and issuance of bonds for tourism and parks and recreation.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2031

City of Louisville; extend the hotel and motel tax repeal date to July 1, 2025.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2024

Depositories; revise bid process for selection by counties and municipalities.
03/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2024

Depositories; revise bid process for selection by counties and municipalities.
02/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2022

Justice courts; required to accept electronic filing.
02/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2022

Justice courts; required to accept electronic filing.
02/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2021

Coordinator of Mental Health Accessibility; house position under DFA, exempt contracts from rules of contract review board.
01/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2020

Tribal identification cards; recognize as legal means of personal identification.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2019

Ban the Box Act; enact.
02/09 (S) Failed
yea

SB2018

Mississippi Telephone Solicitation Act; extend repealer on provision requiring deposit of fees to State General Fund.
02/08 (S) Passed
yea

SB2004

Health Care Certificate of Need; bring forward section.
02/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2001

Teachers' salaries; provide for increase.
01/21 (S) Passed
yea

HB9

MS Law Enforcement Officers' Training Academy; name firing range as the 'Lieutenant Colonel Pat Cronin Firing Range.'
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB8

UMMC property; revise leasing authority by removing certain minimum requirements of improvements to development.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

HB1

State flag; shall be the design recommended by the Commission to Redesign the State Flag and approved in the November 2020 election.
01/06 (S) Passed
yea
Total Votes 816 31 0

2020 Regular Session

Bill Yea Nay Absent

SB3061

Appropriation; Poultry Farmer Grant Program Fund, Covid-19.
10/01 (S) Passed
yea

SB3060

Appropriation; ICU Infrastructure Fund -COVID-19.
10/01 (S) Passed
yea

SB3059

Appropriation; Veterans Affairs Bd.-CARES Act.
10/01 (S) Passed
yea

SB3056

Uniform Controlled Substances Act; automatically schedule any federally-scheduled, COVID-19 drug.
10/01 (S) Passed
yea

HB1813

Appropriation; Health Department for reimbursing MS specialty hospitals for expenditures incurred due to COVID-19.
10/01 (S) Passed
yea

HB1814

State budget; provide for certain transfers and change date for transfers to Unemployment Compensation Fund.
10/01 (S) Passed
yea

HB1809

Appropriation; MDA for Rental Assistance Grant Program.
10/01 (S) Passed
yea

HB1812

Appropriation; Wireless Communication Commission for upgrades to network.
10/01 (S) Passed
yea

HB1810

Rental Assistance Grant Program; create.
10/01 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1808

MEMA; revise appropriation bill to allow purchase of a building with CARES Act funds.
10/01 (S) Passed
yea

HC86

Legislature; amend HCR 69 to allow reconvening for considering vetoed bills and to delete alternate sine die date.
10/01 (S) Adopted As Amended
yea

HB1806

Appropriations. Education, Department of, Additional for School Recognition Program.
08/10 (S) Passed
nay

SB3053

Coronavirus relief monies; amend certain provisions pertaining to small business relief.
08/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1805

COVID-19 Funds; authorize the transfer of certain to the Unemployment Compensation Fund.
07/01 (S) Passed
yea

SB3052

Driver's licenses; credit time of inability to apply due to COVID-19 closures toward period for holding prerequisite permit.
06/30 (S) Passed
yea

HB1800

Appropriation; DFA for a cooperative and broadband provider grant program funds.
07/01 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1797

Appropriation; MDE for Mississippi Broadband Availability Act purposes.
07/01 (S) Passed
yea

HB1799

Appropriation; MEMA for Mississippi County and Municipality Emergency Relief Program.
07/01 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HC78

Mrs. Emma Sanders; commend life and legacy upon her passing.
06/30 (S) Adopted
yea

HB1794

Appropriation; IHL for postsecondary board to administer the 'Postsecondary Education COVID-19 Mitigation Relief Grant Program.'
07/01 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1793

'Postsecondary Education COVID-19 Mitigation Relief Program'; create to provide reimbursements to postsecondary educational institutions for related expenses.
06/30 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1792

Appropriation; 'Equity in Distance Learning Fund' for purpose of providing distance learning to public K-12 students.
07/01 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1790

Appropriations; DFA for tourism and nonprofit art museum recovery.
07/01 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SN42

William Lamar (Bill) Freeman, Jr., Newton, Mississippi, Mississippi Business Finance Corporation, term effective June 5, 2020 and ending March 31, 2026.
06/29 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

HB1789

Appropriation; Secretary of State for purposes related to COVID-19.
07/01 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SR57

Mourn passing of Emma Sanders, life member of the Democratic Party State Executive Committee.
06/30 (S) Adopted
yea

SR56

Commend Pine Grove High School Lady Panthers Basketball Team on winning fourth consecutive Class 1A State Championship.
06/30 (S) Adopted
yea

SR55

Commend Ripley High School Girls Basketball Team for winning MHSAA Class 1A State Basketball Championship.
06/30 (S) Adopted
yea

SC585

Commend career and distinguished service of Dr. Clyde Muse upon the occasion of his retirement.
06/30 (S) Adopted
yea

HB1788

Mississippi Pandemic Response Broadband Availability Act; create.
07/01 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SC584

Commend the life of iconic physician Dr. William Briggs Hopson, Jr.
06/30 (S) Adopted
yea

SC583

Recognize 50th Anniversary of Talking Book Services at the MS Library Commission.
06/30 (S) Adopted
yea

SC582

Salute the early auto dealers and African American legends of the automobile industry in Jackson, Mississippi.
06/30 (S) Adopted
yea

SC580

Recognize JSU Athletic Director Ashley Robinson as the first African American President of FSC ADA.
06/28 (S) Adopted
yea

SC579

Congratulate JSU viral star Thomas 'Snacks' Lee for winning the ESPY Award for 'Can't-Stop-Watching-Moment of the Year.'
06/28 (S) Adopted
yea

SR54

Recognize Senate Legislative Services Secretary Linda Reaves for 50 years of public service to the Senate.
06/28 (S) Adopted
yea

SR53

Recognize military service of Mr. A.C. McKenzie, Sr., as a World War II Veteran and Purple Heart recipient.
06/28 (S) Adopted
yea

SR52

Commemorate June 19, 2020, as 'Juneteenth.'
06/28 (S) Adopted
yea

SB3051

Unemployment compensation; create special provisions for 2021 general and individual experience rates due to COVID-19.
06/26 (S) Passed
yea

SB3050

Mississippi Public Health and Welfare Emergency Relief Act; enact.
06/25 (S) Passed
yea

HB1784

Coronavirus relief funds; transfer to Unemployment Compensation Fund.
07/01 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1782

Appropriation; several agencies for addressing the public health emergency due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
07/01 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HC77

Polly Matthews Gordon; commend life and legacy upon passing of.
06/30 (S) Adopted
yea

HC76

Mr. A.C. McKenzie, Sr.; commend service as a World War II veteran and purple heart recipient.
06/30 (S) Adopted
yea

SN41

Krista A. Guynes, LCSW, Vicksburg, Mississippi, Mississippi State Board of Examiners for Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists, term effective July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2024.
07/01 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN40

Jennifer Alona Jackson Whittier, Brookhaven, Mississippi, Mississippi Charter School Authorizer Board, term effective June 19, 2020 and ending June 30, 2022.
06/26 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SB3049

Mississippi Back-to-Business Liability Assurance and Health Care Emergency Response Liability Protection Act; create.
07/01 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
nay

SB3049

Mississippi Back-to-Business Liability Assurance and Health Care Emergency Response Liability Protection Act; create.
06/24 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

SR51

Extend condolences to the surviving family of Sallie Mae Cooley of Heidelberg, Mississippi.
06/28 (S) Adopted
yea

SB3048

Ad valorem taxes; extend deadline for free port warehouses to submit required inventory to tax assessor due to COVID-19.
06/22 (S) Passed
yea

SN39

James Harrell (Jim) Herring, Sr., Canton, Mississippi, State Oil and Gas Board, term beginning June 1, 2020 and ending May 7, 2024.
06/29 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SB3047

The Mississippi County and Municipality Emergency Relief Program; establish.
07/01 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB3047

The Mississippi County and Municipality Emergency Relief Program; establish.
06/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB3046

COVID-19 Broadband Grant Programs; create.
06/29 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB3046

COVID-19 Broadband Grant Programs; create.
06/24 (S) Passed
yea

SR50

Recognize law enforcement career and community service of Colonel Chris Gillard on his retirement from MHP.
06/28 (S) Adopted
yea

SB3045

Suffrage; Azalean Jones Rogers.
06/23 (S) Passed
yea

SR49

Commend Lafayette High School 'Commodores' Boys Bowling Team for consecutive state championships.
06/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SR48

Commend Cathy Anderson of Columbia, Mississippi, for Extraordinary Educator of 2020.
06/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SR47

Paying tribute to Hall of Fame football career of NFL and Ole Miss football star Allen Brown of Natchez and extend sympathy of Senate.
06/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SR46

Commend Lafayette County High School 'Lady Dores' Girls Soccer Team for winning second consecutive Class 5A State Championship.
06/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SR45

Commend Blakely Fore of Gulfport, Mississippi, for being named an Extraordinary Educator for 2020.
06/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SR44

Commend Larry Edward Duncan of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, for being named an Extraordinary Educator for 2020.
06/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SC578

Commend life and public service of former Senator and Representative Malcolm Mabry of Dublin, Mississippi.
06/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SB3044

Equity in Distance Learning Act; enact.
07/01 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB3044

Equity in Distance Learning Act; enact.
06/18 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1778

Alcorn, Benton, Prentiss, Tippah, Tishomingo Counties; extend repealer on authority to contribute to Northeast Mississippi Community Services.
06/25 (S) Passed
yea

SR43

Commend public service of Senator Gary Jackson upon his retirement.
06/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SR42

Commend service and heroism of Colonel Carlyle Smith 'Smitty' Harris as a POW of the Vietnam War.
06/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SC577

Declare the month of October as Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
06/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SC576

Commend former State Health Officer Dr. Alton Cobb for receiving the 2020 MS Academy of Family Physicians Humanitarian Award.
06/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SB3040

City of Olive Branch; authorize 1% tax on hotels and motels for tourism and parks and recreation.
06/19 (S) Passed
yea

SB3039

Lauderdale County; authorize assessments on misdemeanor convictions and nonadjudications for county government complex.
06/22 (S) Passed
yea

SB3039

Lauderdale County; authorize assessments on misdemeanor convictions and nonadjudications for county government complex.
06/19 (S) Passed
yea

SB3036

City of Jackson; authorize city to adopt ordinance to permit motor-assisted scooters to operate on certain city streets.
06/19 (S) Passed
yea

SN38

James Hinkle (Jimmy) Heidelberg, Pascagoula, Mississippi, Mississippi Oil and Gas Board, term effective April 1, 2020 and ending March 31, 2024.
06/29 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN37

Katherine Ann Collier, Madison, Mississippi, Executive Secretary of the Mississippi Public Service Commission, for the term of the commissioners.
06/29 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

HB1777

Town of Blue Mountain; authorize expansion of water and sewer system for a certain distance outside of town.
06/25 (S) Passed
yea

HB1770

City of Charleston; authorize issuance of notes with certain financing to acquire matching funds for city improvements.
06/26 (S) Passed
yea

SR41

Recognize judicial service of Third District Circuit Court Judge John A. Gregory of Okolona, Mississippi, on his retirement.
06/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SR40

Recognize judicial service of Third District Circuit Judge Andrew K. Howorth of Oxford, Mississippi, on his retirement.
06/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SB3033

City of Gautier; allow low-speed vehicles and golf carts on certain public roads.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB3032

Suffrage for Marty Langley.
06/23 (S) Passed
yea

SR39

Congratulate St. Andrew's Episcopal School 'Saints' Basketball Team for 3A State Championship.
06/12 (S) Adopted
yea

SR38

Commend Pastor Todd Tilghman for winning the 18th Season of The Voice.
06/11 (S) Adopted
yea

SR37

Mourn the passing of Reverend Dr. Charles E. Polk, Sr., and commend his spiritual and civic leadership.
06/12 (S) Adopted
yea

SC573

Commend the life of Robert Jerry 'Gentle Ben' Williams, the first African American to play football at Ole Miss.
06/12 (S) Adopted
yea

SC571

Paying tribute to the memory of veteran Mississippi Highway Patrolman and Sheriff Weston Hampton Birdsong, Jr., of Grenada.
06/12 (S) Adopted
yea

SC568

Commend Nancy Lane from Brandon, Mississippi, upon her election as Treasurer for the National Association of REALTORS.
06/11 (S) Adopted
yea

HC74

Pastor Todd Tilghman; commend for winning The Voice.
06/22 (S) Adopted
yea

HC73

Rusty Berryhill; commend upon being named the 2019-2020 chairman of the MS Manufacturers Association Board of Directors.
06/22 (S) Adopted
yea

SN36

Sean Jeffrey Tindell, Gulfport, Mississippi, Mississippi Department of Public Safety as the Commissioner of Public Safety, term effective June 1, 2020 and appointee shall serve at the pleasure of the Governor.
06/17 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SB3014

Appropriation; Dept. of Finance and Administration for COVID 19 expenses for FY20 and FY21.
06/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB3013

Appropriation; Dept. of Education, IHL and Community Colleges for COVID-19 expenses for FY20 and FY21.
06/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB3012

Appropriation; Dept. of Finance and Administration for COVID-19 expenses incurred by municipalities and counties for FY 20 and FY 21.
06/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB3011

Appropriation; Dept. of Health for COVID-19 expenses incurred by hospitals for FY20 and FY21.
06/03 (S) Passed
yea

HB1748

Income tax; revise definition of gross income.
06/17 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1752

Appropriations; Dept. of Finance and Administration for COVID-19 expenses for FY20 and FY21.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1751

Appropriations; Dept of Education, IHL, and Community Colleges for COVID-19 expenses for FY20 and FY21.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1750

Appropriation; Dept of Finance and Administration for COVID-19 expenses incurred by municipalities and counties for FY20 and FY21.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1749

Appropriations; Dept. of Health for COVID-19 expenses incurred by hospitals for FY20 and FY21.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1743

Bonds; increase amount authorized for the Hinds County Development Project Loan Fund and allow use for construction of a parking garage.
06/23 (S) Passed
yea

SN35

Micah Ray Walker, M.D., Flora, Mississippi, Mississippi State Board of Nursing Home Administrators as the licensed and practicing medical doctor or physician, term effective immediately and ends June 30, 2022.
06/29 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN34

Joseph Truitt (Jody) Wagner, Hickory, Mississippi, Mississippi Board of Animal Health as the General Farmer, four year term beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2024.
06/19 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN33

Nathan Burl (Burl) Cain, CCE, --, Mississippi, Mississippi Department of Corrections as Commissioner of Corrections, term effective May 21, 2020.
06/18 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN33

Nathan Burl (Burl) Cain, CCE, --, Mississippi, Mississippi Department of Corrections as Commissioner of Corrections, term effective May 21, 2020.
06/17 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN31

Elizabeth Stevens (Liz) Welch, Madison, Mississippi, Mississippi Department of Finance and Administration as the Executive Director, term effective May 18, 2020 and the appointee shall serve at the will and pleasure of the Governor.
06/18 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN30

Dr. Elizabeth Ann (Beth) Tinnon, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Mississippi State Board of Nursing Home Administrators as the Educator with expertise in the field of health care, four year term beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2024.
06/29 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN29

Bennie Lee Adkins, Philadelphia, Mississippi, State Board of Barber Examiners as the at-large representative, four year term beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2024.
06/29 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN28

Joel Anthony (Tony) Carroll, Tupelo, Mississippi, Mississippi State Board of Contractors as a Building Contractor representative, five year term beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2025.
06/22 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN27

Kenneth Francis (Ken) Martin, Mendenhall, Mississippi, Mississippi Forestry Commission as the Third Congressional District representative, six year term beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2026.
06/24 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

HC72

Class of 2020; commend and congratulate MS high school seniors upon graduation.
06/22 (S) Adopted
yea

HC71

Robert Brazile; commend for NFL career and induction into 2018 class of NFL Hall of Fame.
06/22 (S) Adopted
yea

HC70

Walter Payton; commend and celebrate his outstanding athletic career and his induction into the NFL Hall of Fame.
06/22 (S) Adopted
yea

HB1736

Jackson County; authorize contribution to various organizations.
06/25 (S) Passed
yea

SB3010

Tunica County; authorize contributions to the Tunica County Economic Development Foundation, Inc.
06/19 (S) Passed
yea

HB1730

Bonds; authorize for various purposes.
06/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1730

Bonds; authorize for various purposes.
06/17 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1729

Taxation; revise provisions regarding certain income tax credits, sale tax and ad valorem tax exemptions and franchise tax credits.
06/23 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB3008

City of Oxford; change governing law for city trust fund investments from PERS to MS Uniform Prudent Investor Act.
06/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2980

Appropriations; additional appropriations for various state agencies for FY20.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2980

Appropriations; additional appropriations for various state agencies for FY20.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2979

Appropriations; additional appropriations for Veterans Affairs Board for FY20.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2978

Appropriation; IHL - General support.
06/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2978

Appropriation; IHL - General support.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2977

Appropriation; Development Authority, Mississippi.
06/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2977

Appropriation; Development Authority, Mississippi.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2976

Appropriation; Debt Service-Gen. Obli.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2976

Appropriation; Debt Service-Gen. Obli.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2975

Appropriation; Treasurer's Office.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2975

Appropriation; Treasurer's Office.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2974

Appropriation; Secretary of State.
07/01 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2974

Appropriation; Secretary of State.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2973

Appropriation; Personnel Board.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2973

Appropriation; Personnel Board.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2972

Appropriation; Information Technology Services, Department of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2972

Appropriation; Information Technology Services, Department of.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2971

Appropriation; Audit, Department of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2971

Appropriation; Audit, Department of.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2970

Appropriation; Governor's Office and Mansion.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2970

Appropriation; Governor's Office and Mansion.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2969

Appropriation; Finance and Administration, Department of.
06/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2969

Appropriation; Finance and Administration, Department of.
06/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2969

Appropriation; Finance and Administration, Department of.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2968

Appropriation; Banking and Consumer Finance, Department of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2968

Appropriation; Banking and Consumer Finance, Department of.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2967

Appropriation; Department of Agriculture and Commerce - Livestock shows.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2967

Appropriation; Department of Agriculture and Commerce - Livestock shows.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2966

Appropriation; Fair and Coliseum Commission.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2965

Appropriation; Animal Health, Board of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2965

Appropriation; Animal Health, Board of.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2964

Appropriation; Egg Marketing Board.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2964

Appropriation; Egg Marketing Board.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2963

Appropriation; Agriculture and Commerce, Department of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2963

Appropriation; Agriculture and Commerce, Department of.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2962

Appropriation; Contractors, Board of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2962

Appropriation; Contractors, Board of.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2961

Appropriation; Accountancy, Board of Public.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2961

Appropriation; Accountancy, Board of Public.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2960

Appropriation; Motor Vehicle Commission.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2960

Appropriation; Motor Vehicle Commission.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2959

Appropriation; Geologists, Board of Registered Professional.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2959

Appropriation; Geologists, Board of Registered Professional.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2958

Appropriation; Architecture, Board of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2958

Appropriation; Architecture, Board of.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2957

Appropriation; Gaming Commission.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2957

Appropriation; Gaming Commission.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2956

Appropriation; Veterinary Examiners, Board of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2956

Appropriation; Veterinary Examiners, Board of.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2955

Appropriation; Counselors, Board of Examiners for Licensed Professional.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2955

Appropriation; Counselors, Board of Examiners for Licensed Professional.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2954

Appropriation; Pharmacy, Board of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2954

Appropriation; Pharmacy, Board of.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2953

Appropriation; Massage Therapy, Board of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2953

Appropriation; Massage Therapy, Board of.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2952

Appropriation; Funeral Services Board.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2952

Appropriation; Funeral Services Board.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2951

Appropriation; Dental Examiners, Board of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2951

Appropriation; Dental Examiners, Board of.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2950

Appropriation; Chiropractic Examiners, Board of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2950

Appropriation; Chiropractic Examiners, Board of.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2949

Appropriation; Transportation, Department of - State Aid Road Construction, Office of.
06/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2949

Appropriation; Transportation, Department of - State Aid Road Construction, Office of.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2948

Appropriation; Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Development Authority.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2948

Appropriation; Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Development Authority.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2947

Appropriation; Mental Health, Department of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2947

Appropriation; Mental Health, Department of.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2946

Appropriation; Workers' Compensation Commission.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2946

Appropriation; Workers' Compensation Commission.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2945

Appropriation; Tax Appeals Board.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2945

Appropriation; Tax Appeals Board.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2944

Appropriation; Revenue, Department of.
06/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2944

Appropriation; Revenue, Department of.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2943

Appropriation; Employment Security, Department of.
06/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2943

Appropriation; Employment Security, Department of.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2942

Appropriation; Ethics Commission.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2942

Appropriation; Ethics Commission.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2941

Appropriation; Judicial Performance Commission.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2941

Appropriation; Judicial Performance Commission.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2940

Appropriation; Veterans Affairs Board.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2940

Appropriation; Veterans Affairs Board.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2939

Appropriation; Military Department.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2939

Appropriation; Military Department.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2938

Appropriation; Emergency Management Agency.
06/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2938

Appropriation; Emergency Management Agency.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2937

Appropriation; Public Safety, Department of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2937

Appropriation; Public Safety, Department of.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2936

Appropriation; Corrections, Department of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2936

Appropriation; Corrections, Department of.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2935

Appropriation; Community and Junior Colleges Board - Support for community and junior colleges.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2935

Appropriation; Community and Junior Colleges Board - Support for community and junior colleges.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2934

Appropriation; Community and Junior Colleges Board - Administrative expenses.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2934

Appropriation; Community and Junior Colleges Board - Administrative expenses.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2933

Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Veterinary Medicine, College of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2933

Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Veterinary Medicine, College of.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2932

Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Forest and Wildlife Research Center.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2932

Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Forest and Wildlife Research Center.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2931

Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Cooperative Extension Service.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2931

Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Cooperative Extension Service.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2930

Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2930

Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2929

Appropriation; IHL - Alcorn State - Agricultural programs.
06/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2929

Appropriation; IHL - Alcorn State - Agricultural programs.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2929

Appropriation; IHL - Alcorn State - Agricultural programs.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2928

Appropriation; IHL - University of Mississippi Medical Center.
06/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2928

Appropriation; IHL - University of Mississippi Medical Center.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2927

Appropriation; IHL - Student Financial Aid.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2927

Appropriation; IHL - Student Financial Aid.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2926

Appropriation; IHL - Subsidiary programs.
06/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2926

Appropriation; IHL - Subsidiary programs.
05/28 (S) Passed
yea

HC69

Legislature; extend session, allow reconvening and suspend deadlines for certain bills.
06/09 (S) Adopted As Amended
yea

SN32

Drew Landon Snyder, Jackson, Mississippi, Executive Director of the Mississippi Division of Medicaid, term effective January 14, 2020 and the appointee shall serve at the will and pleasure of the Governor.
06/11 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

HC68

Dr. Edwin 'Ed' J. Deuschle; commend upon formal receipt of meritorious service medals for heroism displayed during Vietnam War.
06/12 (S) Adopted
yea

HB1728

Appropriation; additional for various state agencies for Fiscal Year 2020.
07/01 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1728

Appropriation; additional for various state agencies for Fiscal Year 2020.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1727

Appropriation; Transportation, Department of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1727

Appropriation; Transportation, Department of.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1726

Appropriation; Marine Resources, Department of.
08/24 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1726

Appropriation; Marine Resources, Department of.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1725

Appropriation; Veterans' Home Purchase Board.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1725

Appropriation; Veterans' Home Purchase Board.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1724

Appropriation; Public Employees' Retirement System.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1724

Appropriation; Public Employees' Retirement System.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1723

Appropriation; Port Authority, State.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1723

Appropriation; Port Authority, State.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1722

Appropriation; Pearl River Valley Water Supply District.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1722

Appropriation; Pearl River Valley Water Supply District.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1721

Appropriation; Tombigbee River Valley Water Management District.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1721

Appropriation; Tombigbee River Valley Water Management District.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1720

Appropriation; Yellow Creek State Inland Port Authority.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1720

Appropriation; Yellow Creek State Inland Port Authority.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1719

Appropriation; Pat Harrison Waterway District.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1719

Appropriation; Pat Harrison Waterway District.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1718

Appropriation; Foresters, Board of Registration for.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1718

Appropriation; Foresters, Board of Registration for.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1717

Appropriation; Soil and Water Conservation Commission.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1717

Appropriation; Soil and Water Conservation Commission.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1716

Appropriation; Forestry Commission.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1716

Appropriation; Forestry Commission.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1715

Appropriation; Human Services, Department of.
06/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1715

Appropriation; Human Services, Department of.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1714

Appropriation; Rehabilitation Services, Department of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1714

Appropriation; Rehabilitation Services, Department of.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1713

Appropriation; Medicaid, Division of.
06/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1713

Appropriation; Medicaid, Division of.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1712

Appropriation; Health, Department of.
06/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1712

Appropriation; Health, Department of.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1711

Appropriation; Public Utilities Staff.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1711

Appropriation; Public Utilities Staff.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1710

Appropriation; Public Service Commission.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1710

Appropriation; Public Service Commission.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1709

Appropriation; Oil and Gas Board.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1709

Appropriation; Oil and Gas Board.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1708

Appropriation; Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, Department of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1708

Appropriation; Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, Department of.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1707

Appropriation; Grand Gulf Military Monument Commission.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1707

Appropriation; Grand Gulf Military Monument Commission.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1706

Appropriation; Environmental Quality, Department of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1706

Appropriation; Environmental Quality, Department of.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1705

Appropriation; reappropriation, DFA - Bureau of Building; FY21.
06/12 (S) Passed
yea

HB1704

Appropriation; Arts Commission.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1704

Appropriation; Arts Commission.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1703

Appropriation; Archives and History, Department of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1703

Appropriation; Archives and History, Department of.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1702

Appropriation; Educational Television, Authority for.
06/28 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1702

Appropriation; Educational Television, Authority for.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1702

Appropriation; Educational Television, Authority for.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1701

Appropriation; Library Commission.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1701

Appropriation; Library Commission.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1700

Appropriation; Education, Department of.
08/10 (S) Veto Overridden
yea

HB1700

Appropriation; Education, Department of.
06/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1700

Appropriation; Education, Department of.
06/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1700

Appropriation; Education, Department of.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1699

Appropriation; Fire Academy.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1699

Appropriation; Fire Academy.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1698

Appropriation; Insurance, Department of.
06/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1698

Appropriation; Insurance, Department of.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1697

Appropriation; Capital Post-Conviction Counsel, Office of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1697

Appropriation; Capital Post-Conviction Counsel, Office of.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1696

Appropriation; State Public Defender, Office of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1696

Appropriation; State Public Defender, Office of.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1695

Appropriation; District attorneys and staff.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1695

Appropriation; District attorneys and staff.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1694

Appropriation; Attorney General.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1694

Appropriation; Attorney General.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1693

Appropriation; Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and trial judges services.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1693

Appropriation; Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and trial judges services.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1692

Appropriation; Legislative expenses.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1692

Appropriation; Legislative expenses.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1691

Appropriation; Athletic Commission.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1691

Appropriation; Athletic Commission.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1690

Appropriation; Engineers and Land Surveyors, Board of Registration for Professional.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1690

Appropriation; Engineers and Land Surveyors, Board of Registration for Professional.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1689

Appropriation; Barber Examiners, Board of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1689

Appropriation; Barber Examiners, Board of.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1688

Appropriation; Nursing, Board of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1688

Appropriation; Nursing, Board of.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1687

Appropriation; Physical Therapy Board.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1687

Appropriation; Physical Therapy Board.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1686

Appropriation; Nursing Home Administrators, Board of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1686

Appropriation; Nursing Home Administrators, Board of.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1685

Appropriation: Real Estate Commission and Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1685

Appropriation: Real Estate Commission and Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1684

Appropriation; Optometry, Board of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1684

Appropriation; Optometry, Board of.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1683

Appropriation; Medical Licensure, Board of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1683

Appropriation; Medical Licensure, Board of.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1682

Appropriation; Auctioneers Commission.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1682

Appropriation; Auctioneers Commission.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1681

Appropriation; Psychology, Board of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1681

Appropriation; Psychology, Board of.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1680

Appropriation; Cosmetology, Board of.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1680

Appropriation; Cosmetology, Board of.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1679

Appropriation; Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists, Board of Examiners for.
06/27 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1679

Appropriation; Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists, Board of Examiners for.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1678

Grenada County; establish Greater County Partnership as economic and industrial development authority.
06/25 (S) Passed
yea

HB1672

Suffrage; restore to Frankie Lee Davis of Tunica County.
07/01 (S) Passed
yea

HB1671

Suffrage; restore to Cassandra M. Jamison of Tunica County.
07/01 (S) Passed
yea

HB1668

Suffrage; restore to Kentrell Liddell of Oktibbeha County.
07/01 (S) Passed
yea

SR36

Commend Taiwan for donating 100,000 medical face masks to Mississippi.
06/12 (S) Adopted
yea

SC567

Suspension of Joint Rule 40 for immediate consideration of conference report on SB No. 2772; authorize.
05/13 (S) Adopted
yea

SN26

Stephen Patrick (Steve) Edwards, O.D., Water Valley, Mississippi, Mississippi State Board of Optometry, five year term beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2025, representing the First Congressional District as it existed in 1980.
06/29 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN25

Ronnie Bagwell, Jr., Brandon, Mississippi, State Board of Pharmacy as a Pharmacist At-Large holding an institutional permit, five year term beginning July 2, 2020 and ending July 1, 2025.
06/29 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN24

Anthony Charles (Tony) Waits, Prentiss, Mississippi, State Board of Pharmacy as the Fourth Congressional District representative, five year term beginning July 2, 2020 and ending July 1, 2025.
06/29 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN23

Robert Gilmon (Bob) Anderson, Madison, Mississippi, Mississippi Department of Human Services as the Executive Director of Human Services, term effective March 16, 2020 and appointee shall serve at will and pleasure of the Governor.
07/01 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN22

Donnie Norris Caughman, Braxton, Mississippi, Mississippi Community College Board as a representative of the Fourth Congressional District as it existed in 1986, six year term beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2026.
06/19 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN21

Joe William Stedman, Natchez, Mississippi, Mississippi Real Estate Commission as the real estate broker, four year term beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2024, representing the Third Congressional District.
06/22 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SR35

Commend life and healthcare service of Sheena Renee Comfort Miles and extend condolences of Mississippi Senate.
06/11 (S) Adopted
yea

SR34

Recognize public service of Steven Allen, Deputy Executive Director of MS Department of Mental Health.
06/11 (S) Adopted
yea

SR33

Commend Jobs for Mississippi Graduates student's success at JAG National Student Leadership Academy.
06/11 (S) Adopted
yea

SC566

Commend life of former MS Senator, MS Representative, Central MS Highway Commissioner, Baptist Minister and Lt. Gen. Wayne O. Burkes.
06/11 (S) Adopted
yea

SC565

Mourn the passing of retired MS Supreme Court Chief Justice Lenore Prather and commend her service as the first female Justice.
06/11 (S) Adopted
yea

SC564

Commend Ocean Springs High School 'Greyhounds' Boys Soccer Team for winning MHSAA Class 6A State Championship.
06/11 (S) Adopted
yea

SC563

Recognize career and civic contributions of Tom Pittman, President and CEO of Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi.
06/11 (S) Adopted
yea

SC562

Express intent of Legislature that daylight saving time shall be the year-round standard time in Mississippi.
06/24 (S) Adopted
yea

HC67

Ripley High School Girls basketball team; commend for winning MHSAA Class 4A State Basketball Championship.
06/12 (S) Adopted
yea

HC66

Mississippi Symphony Orchestra; commend on the occasion of its 75th Diamond Anniversary.
06/12 (S) Adopted
yea

HB1661

City of Pearl; extend repeal date on tax on hotels, motels and restaurants to promote tourism.
06/25 (S) Passed
yea

HB1649

Leaf and Bouie River Development District; authorize cities of Hattiesburg and Petal and Forrest County to establish.
06/25 (S) Passed
yea

SB2985

Town of Belmont; authorize to expand and operate natural gas distribution system to serve certain areas of Itawamba County.
06/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2984

Marshall County; authorize to contribute to a 501(c)(3) qualified charitable organizations to support food pantries.
06/16 (S) Passed
yea

SB2983

Coahoma County; authorize board of supervisors to contribute to But God Ministries.
06/19 (S) Passed
yea

SB2982

Marshall County; authorize to contribute matching funds to ICS Head Start and Northeast Mississippi Community Services, Inc.
06/16 (S) Passed
yea

SR32

Recognize Dr. Kara Blackard, Pastor of Wheeler Grove Baptist Church.
03/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SR31

Commend Phi Beta Lambda business students at Co-Lin for State Leadership Conference awards.
03/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SR30

Commend Ms. Angela Butler for being named 'Instructor of the Year' at the Perkinston Campus of MS Gulf Coast Community College.
03/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SR29

Commend JoAnne Daniels for being named Jefferson Davis Campus of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College 'Instructor of the Year.'
03/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SR28

Commend John Miller for being named 'Instructor of the Year' at the Jackson County Campus of the MS Gulf Coast Community College.
03/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SR27

Recognize career and culinary success of Chef Nick Wallace.
03/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SR26

Commend 2019-2020 Simpson Academy 'Cougars' Boys Basketball Team for first-ever MAIS Overall State Championship.
03/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SR25

Commend Olive Branch High School 'Lady Quistors' Basketball Team for winning second straight 6A State Championship.
03/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SR24

Commend Coahoma High School 'Red Panthers' Boys Basketball Team for winning their third 2A State Championship in four years.
03/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SB2925

Local governmental entities and school districts; authorize grant of admin leave with pay in certain disasters or emergencies.
03/17 (S) Passed
yea

HB1647

Local governmental entities and school districts; authorize grant of admin leave with pay in event of certain disasters or emergencies.
03/18 (S) Passed
yea

SC561

Suspend rules; for introduction of a bill to authorize leave with pay to local government employees during emergency.
03/17 (S) Adopted
yea

HC65

Legislature; extend session, allow reconvening upon joint determination, and adjust deadlines to conform.
03/18 (S) Adopted
yea

HC64

Pine Grove High School Lady Panthers Basketball Team; commend on winning fourth consecutive Class 1A State Championship.
06/12 (S) Adopted
yea

HC61

Huntington's Disease Awareness Month; declare and designatee month of May 2020 as in the State of Mississippi.
06/12 (S) Adopted
yea

HC60

Ocean Springs High School Greyhounds Boys Soccer Team; commend and congratulate on winning Class 6A State Championship.
06/12 (S) Adopted
yea

HC59

Essie B. and William E. Glenn Foundation; commend for great works in the community and declare June 22, 2020, as day of.
06/12 (S) Adopted
yea

HC58

Saint Andrew's Episcopal School 'Saints' Boys Basketball Team; commend upon winning MHSAA Class 3A State Championship.
06/30 (S) Adopted
yea

HB1621

Tallahatchie County; authorize leasing of certain county property for certain lease period to establish memorial sites for the late Emmett Till.
06/25 (S) Passed
yea

HB1608

Forrest County; authorize to maintain electronic format of law books in county courtroom and public county law library.
06/25 (S) Passed
yea

HB1606

City of Water Valley; authorize a tax on restaurants to promote tourism, parks and recreation.
06/25 (S) Passed
yea

SB2924

City of Winona; extend repealer on authority to levy tax on restaurants.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

SR23

Commend Holmes Community College 'Lady Bulldogs' Soccer Team for State and Regional Championships.
03/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SR22

Commend 2020 Center Hill High School 'Mustangs' Boys Soccer Team for first-ever 5A State Championship.
03/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SR21

Recognize Arielle Hudson of Tunica as first African American female recipient of Rhodes Scholarship at University of MS.
03/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SR20

Commend Center Hill High School 'Lady Mustangs' Volleyball Team for 2019 Class 5A State Championship.
03/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SR19

Recognize former JSU President Dr. John Arthur Peoples, Jr., and Mrs. Mary Peoples for contributions to higher education in MS.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SR18

Commend the life of Greenville Community activist Ruthie Mae Ransom Morris and extending condolences of the Senate.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SR17

Recognize Talking Book Services on 50th Anniversary.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SR16

Commend MS Gulf Coast Community College 'Bulldogs' Football Team for winning 2019 NJCAA National Title.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SR15

Commend Gulfport High School 'Lady Admirals' Girls Soccer Team for winning State Championship.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SR14

Recognize Richard H. McNeel as the 2020 Mississippi State University Alumnus of the Year for the College of Architecture.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SR12

Celebrate 37th Anniversary of diplomatic relationship between Mississippi and Taiwan.
06/12 (S) Adopted
yea

SR11

Commend Super Bowl Kansas City Chiefs Offensive Tackle Martinas Rankin.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SR10

Welcome NASA Astronaut Colonel Douglas Wheelock on Stennis Space Center Capitol Day.
02/19 (S) Adopted
yea

SR9

Commend St. Andrew's Episcopal 'Lady Saints' Soccer Team for winning the State Championship.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SR8

Recognize 'Mississippi Links Day at the Capitol.'
02/19 (S) Adopted
yea

SR7

Recognize 75th Anniversary of Resurrection Catholic School Annual Carnival Ball.
02/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SR6

Paying tribute to the memory of respected Morton Physician and Community Leader Dr. Howard D. Clark, M.D.
02/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SR5

Commend Delta Sigma Theta Sorority at Delta Days in the Capitol.
02/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SR3

Commend Senate service of Senator Chris Massey.
01/10 (S) Adopted
yea

SR2

Commend Senate service of Senator Debbie Dawkins.
01/10 (S) Adopted
yea

SR1

Adopt permanent rules of the Senate.
01/07 (S) Adopted
yea

SN11

Major General Janson Durr Boyles, Jackson, Mississippi, Adjutant General of Mississippi, four year term concurrent with Governor's term of office.
02/11 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN10

Jacqueline Renee (Jackie) Turner, Sallis, Mississippi, Executive Director of the Mississippi Department of Employment Security, term effective January 14, 2020.
06/19 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN6

Dr. Cassie (Cass) Pennington, Indianola, Mississippi, Mississippi Lottery Corporation Board of Directors, five year term effective immediately and ending December 31, 2024.
06/19 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN5

John Richard (John) Laws, III, Madison, Mississippi, State Board of Contractors as a Building Contractor representative, term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2023.
06/22 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN4

William Marlden (Bill) Billingsley, Madison, Mississippi, Mississippi Charter School Authorizer Board, term effective immediately and ending August 31, 2022.
06/17 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SN1

Leila Rose Malatesta, Flora, Mississippi, Public Procurement Review Board, term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2023.
06/23 (S) Appointment Confirmed
yea

SC560

Commemorate the 75th Anniversary of deactivation and service of General Patton's 3rd Army, 65th Infantry Division.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC559

Commend Zeta Phi Beta Sorority for 100th Anniversary.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC558

Recognize Dr. Al Rankins of Greenville, Mississippi, as first African American to serve as Commissioner of IHL.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC557

'The Year to Embrace the Gulf'; recognize 2021 as and encourage observance of.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC556

Recognize former JSU President Dr. John Arthur Peoples, Jr., and Mrs. Mary Peoples for contributions to higher education in MS.
06/11 (S) Adopted
yea

SC555

Commend legacy of Honorable Hiram Revels on 150th Anniversary of his election to U.S. Senate.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC554

Commend 2020 Higher Education Appreciation Day Working for Academic Excellence (HEADWAE) honorees.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC553

Commend Super Bowl LIV football Champion Kansas City Chief Defensive Tackle Chris Jones from Houston, Mississippi.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC548

Constitution; amend to elect Governor and state elected officials by majority of popular vote with no electoral vote requirement.
03/11 (S) Adopted
yea

SC546

Celebrating the Consecration of Bishop-Elect Dr. Charles E. Bass of Family Worship Church in Greenville, Mississippi.
02/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SC545

Bonnet Carr Spillway; urge Congress to work collaboratively with the state to find long-term solutions.
02/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SC544

Designate April 13-19, 2020, as 'Mississippi Mosquito and West Nile Virus Awareness Week.'
02/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SC542

Commend Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs' Cornerback Charvarius Ward.
02/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SC541

Commend Super Bowl LIV football Champion Kansas City Chiefs' Linebacker Damien Wilson from Gloster, Mississippi.
02/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SC540

Paying tribute to the public, legal and military service of Honorable Cono Caranna II of Biloxi, Mississippi.
02/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SC539

Commend Stone County High School 'Tomcats' Tennis Team for winning 2019 5A State Championship.
02/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SC538

Designate March 7, 2020, as 'Mississippi Colorectal Cancer Awareness Day.'
02/18 (S) Adopted
yea

SC536

Recognize achievements of Grammy Award-Winning Country Music Singer-Songwriter Marty Stuart and his commitment to Mississippi.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC535

Recognize The Jackson Southernaires as the recipient of the 2020 Governor's Arts Award for Lifetime Achievement in Music.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC534

Recognize Tougaloo College Art Collections as the recipient of the 2020 Governor's Arts Award for Preservation of the Arts.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC533

Recognize Henry Danton as the recipient of the 2020 Governor's Arts Award for Lifetime Achievement in Dance.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC532

Recognize Steve Forbert as the recipient of the 2020 Governor's Arts Award for Excellence in Music.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC531

Recognize Richard Kelso as the recipient of the 2020 Governor's Arts Award for Excellence in Visual Arts.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC530

Commend the public service of Hinds County Supervisor Peggy Hobson Calhoun on the occasion of her retirement.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC529

Commend legacy of former Ole Miss record-breaking quarterback Eli Manning on the occasion of his retirement from the New York Giants.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC528

'Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Day at the Capitol'; observe on March 17, 2020.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC527

Remember JSU Legend Walter Payton on the occasion of being named as No. 16 in ESPN's College Football's 150 Greatest Players.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC526

Recognize Ruby Jean McGee Kennedy on the occasion of her 100th Birthday.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC525

Recognize former Senator Willie Simmons as first African American elected to the Mississippi Transportation Commission.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC524

Designate February 12, 2020, as 'World Cholangiocarcinoma Day'.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC523

Commemorate 150th Anniversary of Saint Joseph Catholic School.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC522

Commend Alcorn State University 'Braves' Football Team and Coach Fred McNair for winning 2019 second-consecutive SWAC Championship.
01/30 (S) Adopted
yea

SC521

Recognize January 13 as Founders Day for Delta Sigma Theta Sorority public service organization.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC520

Congratulating Mississippi Public Broadcasting (MPB) on 50th Anniversary on February 1, 2020.
01/30 (S) Adopted
yea

SC519

Commend the 2019 West Point High School 'Green Wave' Football Team for winning their four-peat Class 5A Championship.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC518

Commend Honorable Reuben V. Anderson, first African American Justice of Mississippi Supreme Court.
01/30 (S) Adopted
yea

SC517

Commend Honorable Fred Banks, Jr.
01/30 (S) Adopted
yea

SC516

Commend Lt. Col. (Retired)' Dr. William 'Bill' Cooley.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC515

Mourn the passing of Alcorn State University Historian Dr. Josephine Posey.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC514

Commend Murrah High School Mustang Speech and Debate Team for national awards and four senior Academic All-Americans.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC513

Pay tribute to the memory of former Jackson City Commissioner and Mississippi Public Service Commissioner Nielsen Cochran.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC512

Recognize outstanding military career of U.S. Air Force Lt. Colonel 'Dex' McCain of Batesville on his retirement.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC510

Commend musical excellence of Select Chorus at Forrest County Agricultural High School.
01/30 (S) Adopted
yea

SC509

Commend Oxford High School 'Chargers' Football Team and Coach Chris Cutcliffe for first-ever 6A State Championship.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC508

Commend Nanih Waiya High School 'Warriors' Football Team for second consecutive Class 1A State Championship.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC507

Celebrating the 175th Anniversary of Neely Baptist Church in Greene County.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC506

Recognize March as 'Theatre in Our Schools' Month.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC505

Remembering the legacy of Hinds County Senior Court Judge Houston J. Patton.
01/16 (S) Adopted
yea

SC504

Extend sympathy of Legislature to surviving family of Panola County Constable Raye Hawkins.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC503

Remembering the professional football legacy of Oakland Raider Super Bowl Champion William (Willie) Brown of Yazoo City.
02/04 (S) Adopted
yea

SC502

Commend the Hernando High School 'Marching Tigers' and staff for winning fourth Class 6A State Championship.
01/14 (S) Adopted
yea

SC501

Joint assembly to inaugurate Lieutenant Governor and state officials.
01/07 (S) Adopted
yea

SB2921

City of Vicksburg; authorize city to adopt ordinance to permit motor-assisted scooters to operate on certain city streets.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2920

Restore suffrage to Robert Warren.
06/23 (S) Passed
yea

SB2909

Jackson County; authorize to expand or merge existing lighting districts.
06/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2908

City of West Point; extend repealer on authority to levy tax on hotels, motels and restaurants.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2906

Warren County; authorize to contribute funds to certain organizations.
06/18 (S) Passed
yea

SB2905

City of Hattiesburg; correct errors referencing county instead of city, and extend repealer on tourism tax and commission.
06/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2905

City of Hattiesburg; correct errors referencing county instead of city, and extend repealer on tourism tax and commission.
06/18 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

SB2887

Bolivar County; authorize board of supervisors to contribute to the Bolivar County Community Action Agency, Inc.
06/19 (S) Passed
yea

SB2885

Greene County; extend repeal date on assessments in justice court.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2881

Mississippi Prepaid Affordable College Tuition Program; revise comprehensive investment plan and investment options for.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2877

Paternity; mother of the dependent child may execute a declaration of paternity with the court.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2876

Law enforcement officers; immunity under certain circumstances.
03/12 (S) Passed
yea

SB2874

Guardianships and conservatorships; revise GAP Act.
03/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2872

Critical infrastructure; define crimes of impeding and trespassing against.
03/05 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2864

Mississippi Employer-Assisted Housing Teacher Program; revise.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2856

Municipalities; allow certain to establish overdue water/sewer bill programs.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2853

Service of tax sale notices; revise to allow service by a constable.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2851

Uniform Probate and Trust codes; enact portions.
03/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2850

Small estates; clarify muniment of title and affidavit of succession.
03/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2849

Board of supervisors; authorize to pay employees every two weeks.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2848

MS Conveyance Safety Act; exempt conveyances that serve only two adjacent floors from annual inspection requirement.
03/12 (S) Passed
yea

SB2847

Tourism Project Incentive Program; extend deadline on MDA's authority to approve participants.
06/26 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2847

Tourism Project Incentive Program; extend deadline on MDA's authority to approve participants.
03/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2838

Department of Tourism; create.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2830

Right-to-Try Act; revise definitions to include traumatic injury and adult autologous mesenchymal stem cell.
03/06 (S) Passed
yea

SB2824

Higher Education Legislative Plan; align core curriculum with the required IHL College Preparatory Curriculum.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2821

Venue for actions against members of the Mississippi National Guard; brought in state military court, create Veterans Honor Program.
06/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2821

Venue for actions against members of the Mississippi National Guard; brought in state military court, create Veterans Honor Program.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2810

Medical records requests; require timely response to patients.
03/06 (S) Passed
yea

SB2807

Mississippi Liquor Distribution Corporation; create study committee on.
06/24 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2807

Mississippi Liquor Distribution Corporation; create study committee on.
03/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2802

Controlled substance prescriptions; require electronic prescribing.
03/06 (S) Passed
yea

SB2800

Withholding orders for child support; shall be in compliance with federal Consumer Protection Act.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2799

Alternative nicotine products; impose a tax upon and regulate under the Tobacco Tax Law.
03/12 (S) Failed
yea

SB2797

Appellate judges and justices; revise geographical limitation on expense allowance for.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2795

State Personnel Board procedures; exempt the Mississippi Development Authority for a period of 1 year.
03/12 (S) Passed
nay

SB2792

Department of Corrections; exempt personnel actions for one year and bring forward employee sections.
03/10 (S) Passed
nay

SB2790

Occupational Licensing Review Commission; authorize active supervision over existing occupational regulations.
03/06 (S) Passed
yea

SB2785

Taxation; allow Commissioner of Revenue to reduce tax based on additional information after order of Board of Tax Appeals.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2774

Bonds; authorize issuance for various purposes.
06/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2772

Coronavirus relief monies; transfer federal funds received, and provide small business relief.
05/13 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2772

Coronavirus relief monies; transfer federal funds received, and provide small business relief.
05/01 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2772

Coronavirus relief monies; transfer federal funds received, and provide small business relief.
03/06 (S) Passed
yea

SB2771

Children's Promise Act; remove reverter and extend repealer on tax credits, and increase certain limits on credits authorized.
06/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2764

Motor vehicles; allow registrant to indicate condition impeding effective communication for law enforcement notification.
06/26 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2764

Motor vehicles; allow registrant to indicate condition impeding effective communication for law enforcement notification.
03/05 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2761

Oil and gas severance taxes; move remittance date back one month.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2759

Fresh Start Act of 2019; revise applicability of.
03/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2746

Mississippi Emergency Communications Authority Act; create.
03/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2744

Tribal identification cards; recognize as legal means of personal identification.
03/12 (S) Passed
yea

SB2737

Marking election ballots; delete option of using indelible pencil to mark ballots.
03/05 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2734

Water skiing; revise safety requirements.
03/06 (S) Passed
yea

SB2729

Department of Finance & Administration; authorize to sell, lease or develop the Sun-n-Sand property.
03/12 (S) Failed
yea

SB2728

Air Operating Permit Program Fee Trust Fund; provide for more efficient management of.
03/06 (S) Passed
yea

SB2727

Wild hogs; clarify designation of Class I violation for transportation of, and eliminate permits.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2725

Hemp; create the Mississippi Hemp Cultivation Act.
06/18 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
nay

SB2725

Hemp; create the Mississippi Hemp Cultivation Act.
06/17 (S) Failed to Concur
nay

SB2725

Hemp; create the Mississippi Hemp Cultivation Act.
03/11 (S) Passed
nay

SB2723

Commission on WFP; allow to extend open seasons ending Friday until 30 minutes after sunset on Sunday.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2722

Chronic wasting disease; require testing of white-tailed deer harvested in enclosures, and designate Class I and II violations.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2720

Haul Seine net; prohibit use of for taking of certain fish within one-half mile of the shoreline of Cat Island.
06/18 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2720

Haul Seine net; prohibit use of for taking of certain fish within one-half mile of the shoreline of Cat Island.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2717

Wildlife management areas; allow operation of electric bicycles on roads prescribed by the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2716

Forestry permits; allow MDOT to issue for transporting of forestry-related equipment.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2715

Highways; require Dept. of Transportation to erect signs directing motorists to Lynyrd Skynyrd Monument in Pike County.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2709

Insurance premium discount for hurricane or windstorm damage mitigation; include commercial property.
06/10 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2709

Insurance premium discount for hurricane or windstorm damage mitigation; include commercial property.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2702

Walnut Grove Correctional Authority; transfer all rights, benefits, obligations and duties to Dept. of Corrections.
03/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2697

Nonadjudication; mandatory in certain cases.
03/10 (S) Failed
yea

SB2696

Corrections; revise qualifications for commissioner and bring forward sections on parole and jails.
06/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2696

Corrections; revise qualifications for commissioner and bring forward sections on parole and jails.
03/12 (S) Passed
yea

SB2693

DNA samples; collected from person arrested for any felony and provide for destruction of samples only upon expungement request.
03/12 (S) Passed
nay

SB2692

Memorial highway; designate portion of Highway 11 in Jones County for Police Chief Tyrone Stewart.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2684

Department of Corrections; increase number of offenders in regional facilities and adjust regional per diem.
07/01 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2684

Department of Corrections; increase number of offenders in regional facilities and adjust regional per diem.
03/12 (S) Passed
yea

SB2680

County sheriffs; revise recordkeeping requirements for meals served to prisoners.
06/18 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2680

County sheriffs; revise recordkeeping requirements for meals served to prisoners.
03/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2674

Community public water systems; require continuing education for board members.
06/19 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2674

Community public water systems; require continuing education for board members.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2662

County and municipal election commissioners; increase per diem compensation for conducting elections.
03/06 (S) Passed
yea

SB2660

Superload vehicles; authorize law enforcement to escort and to charge reasonable fee for escort.
03/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2658

Domesticated dogs and cats; revise offense of abuse of.
03/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2633

Driver's licenses; revise various laws regarding.
03/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2626

Mississippi Qualified Health Center Grant Program; provide for physician grants.
06/19 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2626

Mississippi Qualified Health Center Grant Program; provide for physician grants.
03/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2611

General and special courts-martial; may order forfeiture of all pay of offenders.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2610

Coordinator of Mental Health Accessibility; establish.
06/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2610

Coordinator of Mental Health Accessibility; establish.
03/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2605

Regulatory reduction program for Commission on Environmental Quality; provide pilot program.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2603

State Personnel Board; exempt personnel actions of the Attorney General's office from.
03/12 (S) Passed
nay

SB2601

Ad valorem tax; revise certain provisions relating to assessment of public service corporations.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2600

Oil and gas distributors; allow bonds to exceed limit in certain instances, remove class distinctions and require e-filing.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2596

Alcoholic beverages; revise penalties for sale to minors.
06/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2596

Alcoholic beverages; revise penalties for sale to minors.
03/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2595

Governmental entities; may not prohibit wearing of traditional tribal regalia or objects of cultural significance at public events.
03/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2594

The Equal Opportunity for Students with Special Needs Act; revise and extend repealer.
03/06 (S) Passed
nay

SB2585

State Personnel Board procedures; exempt Department of Transportation for a period of one year.
03/12 (S) Passed
nay

SB2583

2018 Transportation and Infrastructure Improvements Fund; clarify provision relating to City of Guntown.
06/18 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2583

2018 Transportation and Infrastructure Improvements Fund; clarify provision relating to City of Guntown.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2565

16th section trust interest; authorize districts to spend once loan payments are current.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2564

Office of Workforce Development; establish.
06/26 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2564

Office of Workforce Development; establish.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2563

Workforce development; create study committee on and require agencies, departments and institutions to report certain monies related to.
06/26 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2563

Workforce development; create study committee on and require agencies, departments and institutions to report certain monies related to.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2557

Advocate confidentiality law; protect certain information held by rape crisis and domestic violence programs.
03/06 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2555

Child advocacy centers; immunity from civil liability.
03/12 (S) Passed
yea

SB2554

Oaths; revise officers authorized to administer.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2553

Uniform Partition of Heir Property Act; create.
06/22 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2553

Uniform Partition of Heir Property Act; create.
03/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2552

Brewpubs and small craft breweries; remove certain limits and prohibitions.
03/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2551

Solemnize marriage; authorize certain federal judges to perform rites.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2550

DUI; nonadjudication of a first offense for CDL holder who was not operating a commercial vehicle.
03/05 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2546

Dept. of Revenue; authorize to revise individual income tax forms to allow designation of two bank accounts for direct deposit.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2545

Native wines; allow sampling and sale at public events, pickup at wineries, and sale of alcoholic additives in tasting rooms.
06/23 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2545

Native wines; allow sampling and sale at public events, pickup at wineries, and sale of alcoholic additives in tasting rooms.
03/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2541

State and School Health Insurance Management Board; authorize superintendent of education to name designee.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2536

Counties; authorize civil debt for cost of cleaning real property.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2534

Alcoholic beverages; authorize the direct shipment of wine.
03/12 (S) Failed
nay

SB2527

Intervention courts; technical corrections.
03/06 (S) Passed
yea

SB2526

Ex-offender provisional driver's license; provide for.
03/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2523

Law enforcement officers and firefighters; increase the death benefits payable to.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2522

Equal pay for equal work; require for employees of opposite sex in the same work establishment.
03/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2515

Public officers and employees; require surety bond in a certain amount for officers and employees who handle public funds.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2513

Livestock on highways; delete burden on owner of livestock to prove lack of negligence in an action for damages.
03/11 (S) Passed
nay

SB2511

Teachers; revise licensure.
06/10 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2511

Teachers; revise licensure.
03/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2510

Foreign limited liability companies; revise administrative revocation.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2509

Failing school districts; extend repealer on.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2508

Provisions of the Mississippi Critical Teacher Shortage Act of 1998; extend repealer on.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2506

Winona-Montgomery School Board of Trustees; revise membership.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2488

Motor vehicle title; change vehicle age from 10 to 20 years for odometer disclosure exemption to conform with federal mandate.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2486

Medicaid; authorize extension of Management Information System and Support contracts.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2484

Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of 'qualified resort area' to include land owned by a certain state institution of higher learning.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2470

Taxation; allow denial of permit to engage in business as a different legal entity until previous taxes have been paid.
03/05 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

SB2469

Corrections; senior status judge may authorize parole eligibility for nonviolent offender.
06/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2469

Corrections; senior status judge may authorize parole eligibility for nonviolent offender.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2467

Weight limits; allow certain vehicles fueled by compressed or liquefied natural gas to exceed on interstate highways.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2464

Trusty and earned-time programs; change eligibility to participate in.
03/12 (S) Passed
yea

SB2461

Medical and geriatric prison release; revise authority of MDOC and MS Parole Board.
03/12 (S) Failed
yea

SB2459

Gang act; revise.
03/11 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

SB2439

Taxation; extend exemptions and credits for certain equipment used in the deployment of broadband technologies.
03/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2435

Motor vehicles; remove requirement for apportioned vehicles to have decal with expiration month and year on license tag.
03/06 (S) Passed
yea

SB2434

Sales Tax Taxation of Construction-Related Activities Study Committee; create.
06/16 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2434

Sales Tax Taxation of Construction-Related Activities Study Committee; create.
03/05 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2433

Taxation; amend code sections to make interest rates consistent with other tax statutes.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2430

Real estate appraisers, brokers and salespeople; establish statute of limitations for civil actions.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2427

MS S.A.F.E. Mortgage Act; remove repealer, clarify record keeping requirements, clarify estimate of costs provided to borrower.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2421

Municipalities; establish expedited procedure to acquire and clear title on tax-forfeited lands.
03/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2420

Public official corruption; prosecution by Attorney General upon request of the State Auditor.
03/11 (S) Passed
nay

SB2403

Veterans; create the Mississippi Veterans Honor Medal Program.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2398

Poll managers; remove limitation on number which may be appointed by local election commissioners.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2396

Motor fuel sales; provide immunity for damages caused by the use of incompatible fuel upon certain conditions.
03/10 (S) Passed
nay

SB2395

School board members; increase pay.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2394

Revised Mississippi Law on Notarial Acts; create and repeal existing statutes on notaries public.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2391

Excavations; require use of the Positive Response Information System (PRIS) when marking the location of underground facilities.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2386

PSC; extend repealers, remove Motor Carrier Law references, treat renewable purchases like other power purchases.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2372

Amusement rides; provide requirements for an application to operate amusement rides and inspection requirements.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2369

Ad valorem tax; remove reverter on provision waiving penalty and interest when county inadvertently extended exemption.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2366

Tax assessors; revise type of educational recognition certificate necessary to receive annual salary supplement.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2365

Motor vehicles; provide that ad valorem tax receipts shall not specify legislative session in relation to tag credit.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2364

State Auditor; increase fee which may be charged for performing audits and other services.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2362

Use tax; revise certain provisions regarding distribution of funds to municipalities for road and bridge improvements.
06/25 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2362

Use tax; revise certain provisions regarding distribution of funds to municipalities for road and bridge improvements.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2353

Critical Needs Teacher Forgivable Loan Program; extend repealer on.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2351

Mississippi High School Activities Association; require to comply with Mississippi Open Meetings Law to receive public funds.
03/04 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

SB2348

Abandoned manufactured or mobile homes; establish procedure for disposition.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2340

Historic structure tax credit; extend deadline for eligibility.
03/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2338

Residential roofing contractors; require licensing.
03/05 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2333

Fees; authorize Department of Revenue to charge and place in special fund to defray costs of shipping alcoholic beverages.
06/18 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2333

Fees; authorize Department of Revenue to charge and place in special fund to defray costs of shipping alcoholic beverages.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2332

Forest acreage tax; extend repeal date on authority of county boards of supervisors to levy.
03/12 (S) Passed
yea

SB2328

Agriculture; revise loans for agribusinesses and obligation bonds for Emerging Crops Fund.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2325

Public officials and employees; allow Department of Revenue appraisers to receive same pay increases as county tax assessors.
03/06 (S) Passed
yea

SB2324

Alcohol; revise certain provisions regarding authority of Department of Revenue to dispose of seized alcohol.
03/06 (S) Passed
yea

SB2319

Sales tax; clarify the description of logging equipment that qualifies for a reduced sales tax rate.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2314

State parks; change name of Natchez State Park to 'Bob M. Dearing Natchez State Park.'
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2312

Memorial highway; designate portion of Mississippi Highway 302, also known as Goodman Road, in Horn Lake for Sam Dye.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2311

State Board of Health; delete repealer on authority to increase certain fees before July 1, 2020.
06/24 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2311

State Board of Health; delete repealer on authority to increase certain fees before July 1, 2020.
03/05 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2309

Compatibility of land use development with Mississippi military installations; require exchange of information.
03/12 (S) Passed
yea

SB2307

State Board of Barber Examiners; extend repealer on.
06/18 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2307

State Board of Barber Examiners; extend repealer on.
03/06 (S) Passed
yea

SB2301

Auto insurance; remove repealer on statute requiring repair business or lienholder to be added as payees on claim checks.
02/13 (S) Passed
yea

SB2291

Sales tax; require Department of Revenue certificate for commercial farmers to receive 1.5% sales tax rate.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2290

Homestead exemption application form; shall include name, date of birth, SSN, phone number and email address of the applicant and spouse.
06/25 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2290

Homestead exemption application form; shall include name, date of birth, SSN, phone number and email address of the applicant and spouse.
03/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2288

Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize issuance for Robotics Alliance of Mississippi.
03/04 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2287

Golf carts and low-speed vehicles; authorize municipalities to allow operation on municipal streets.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2286

Early Learning Collaborative Act of 2013; revise funding and specify teaching standards.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2283

School districts; revise employees and administrators subject to conflict-of-interest provisions.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2279

State offenders serving sentences in county jails; extend repealer on.
03/06 (S) Passed
yea

SB2277

Mississippi Board of Mental Health; authorize to sell certain state-owned real property located in Meridian, Lauderdale County.
06/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2277

Mississippi Board of Mental Health; authorize to sell certain state-owned real property located in Meridian, Lauderdale County.
06/17 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2277

Mississippi Board of Mental Health; authorize to sell certain state-owned real property located in Meridian, Lauderdale County.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2273

Design-build Method of Contracting; extend repealer for use by State Port Authority and authorize any port.
06/17 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2273

Design-build Method of Contracting; extend repealer for use by State Port Authority and authorize any port.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2272

Mississippi Boll Weevil Management Corporation; extend repealer on deadline for annual audit of accounts.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2271

Wayne County; extend repealer on assessment on misdemeanor convictions to fund Wayne County Justice Complex.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2266

Municipal courts; authorize to hold court at municipal detention facilities.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2257

State Auditor; authorize to examine tax returns necessary for auditing certain federal benefits.
03/03 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
nay

SB2257

State Auditor; authorize to examine tax returns necessary for auditing certain federal benefits.
03/02 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2257

State Auditor; authorize to examine tax returns necessary for auditing certain federal benefits.
02/11 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

SB2253

Alcoholic beverages; add facility to list of legislatively defined qualified resort areas.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2230

Uninsured Motorist Act; provide coverage for claims involving vehicles owned or operated by persons protected by the MS Tort Claims Act.
02/13 (S) Passed
yea

SB2227

MS Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association Act; revise to include HMO subscriber contracts and certificates.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2225

Disabled veteran with service-connected disability; clarify procedure for concealed weapons permit.
06/18 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2225

Disabled veteran with service-connected disability; clarify procedure for concealed weapons permit.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2215

Department of Finance & Administration; require to conduct a biennial review of the state agency procurement process.
03/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2213

Counties; require entry of recommended year-end accounting adjustments.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2212

County jail census data; facilitate availability of.
06/17 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2212

County jail census data; facilitate availability of.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2209

Memorial highway; designate portion of Old Highway 15/South Jackson Street in Houston for Armis Hawkins.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2204

Local government police vehicles; allow off-duty use under certain circumstances.
03/09 (S) Passed
nay

SB2195

Memorial highway; designate certain segment of Mississippi Highway 15 in Newton County for Judge Marcus D. Gordon.
03/04 (S) Passed
yea

SB2194

Mississippi Telephone Solicitation Act; extend repealer on statute providing for the deposit of fees into the State General Fund.
06/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2194

Mississippi Telephone Solicitation Act; extend repealer on statute providing for the deposit of fees into the State General Fund.
03/05 (S) Passed
yea

SB2187

Certificate of Foreign Birth; allow issuance by Bureau of Vital Statistics.
03/06 (S) Passed
yea

SB2183

City of Houston; extend repeal date for tax on restaurants, hotels and motels for tourism and parks and recreation.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2176

Paternity; clarify circumstances under which putative father cannot contest.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2150

Town of Walnut Grove; allow low-speed vehicles and golf carts on certain public roads.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2149

Appropriation; additional appropriation to Department of Finance & Administration for the 2020 Census.
01/28 (S) Passed
yea

SB2131

Secretary of State's official seal; include the phrase 'In God We Trust' at the bottom.
03/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2125

Veterans Forms DD 214 and NGB-22; provide for recordation by chancery clerk.
06/18 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2125

Veterans Forms DD 214 and NGB-22; provide for recordation by chancery clerk.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2123

'Mississippi Correctional Safety and Rehabilitation Act of 2020'; enact.
06/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

SB2123

'Mississippi Correctional Safety and Rehabilitation Act of 2020'; enact.
03/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2119

City of Pontotoc; extend repealer on authority to levy tax on hotels, motels and restaurants.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2118

Pecan Harvesting Law; revise penalties for violating.
03/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2117

Occupational licensing boards; require prompt licensure and temporary practice permits for certain military applicants.
06/18 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
yea

SB2117

Occupational licensing boards; require prompt licensure and temporary practice permits for certain military applicants.
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2116

Electioneering; prohibit for all persons in any public area within a set distance of polling place.
03/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2112

Criminal history; enact 'Ban-the-Box Act.'
03/09 (S) Passed
yea

SB2102

Motor vehicles; clarify permission for wrecker and repair services to sell vehicles not titled and registered in their names.
06/03 (S) Passed
yea

SB2099

Motor vehicles; clarify that receiving title is not contingent on tag purchase if vehicle will not be driven.
03/10 (S) Passed
yea

SB2078

Motor vehicle towing; revise towing at the direction of real property owner.
03/11 (S) Passed
yea

SB2061

Arrest warrant; opportunity for probable cause hearing before issuance.
03/12 (S) Passed
yea

SB2054

Capitol mail carrier and post office; repeal certain provisions relating to.
02/18 (S) Passed
yea

SB2053

Governmental entities; prohibit public funding of advertising lobbying activities and certain conventions.
03/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2049

Baby Drop-off Law; revise certain definitions.
03/06 (S) Passed
yea

SB2009

Sex offenders; future contact with victim prohibited (Carly's Law).
03/05 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

SB2006

Depositories; revise bid process for selection by counties and municipalities.
03/06 (S) Passed
yea

SB2001

Teachers' salaries; provide for increase.
02/05 (S) Passed
yea

HC57

Parkinson's Disease Awareness Month; recognize April 2020 as.
06/11 (S) Adopted
yea

HC55

Mr. Ken Spears; commend upon the occasion of his retirement.
06/11 (S) Adopted
yea

HC54

Zeita Merchant; commend upon promotion to rank of Captain in United States Coast Guard.
06/11 (S) Adopted
yea

HC53

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College; commend for winning the NJCAA football championship.
06/11 (S) Adopted
yea

HC52

Jobs for Mississippi Graduates; commend and congratulate students' success at JAG National Student Leadership Academy.
06/11 (S) Adopted
yea

HC49

Honorable Judge Houston J. Patton; mourn loss and commend life and legacy of service upon his passing.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

HC48

Chief Reynolds 'Frank' Nichols; commend service and esteemed career upon his retirement.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

HC47

Constitution; remove the electoral vote requirement for the Governor.
06/11 (S) Adopted As Amended
yea

HC44

Breeland Speaks; commend and congratulate for being a member of the Kansas City Chiefs, the Super Bowl LIV Champions.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

HC40

Madison County Sheriff Deputy Brad Sullivan; commend heroism of.
06/11 (S) Adopted
yea

HC39

Constitution; legislative alternative to Initiative No. 65 regarding medical marijuana.
03/12 (S) Adopted
nay

HC37

Dr. Clyde Muse; commend laudable career and distinguished service of upon the occasion of his retirement.
06/11 (S) Adopted
yea

HC36

Lieutenant Colonel Reuben Soliz; commend for display of courage under fire.
06/11 (S) Adopted
yea

HC30

Nineteenth amendment; celebrate ratification of.
03/04 (S) Adopted
yea

HC28

Everest; commend upon becoming the state's first rural education and innovation hub to train computer coding professionals.
06/12 (S) Adopted
yea

HC26

Gentry High School Gentrytes; commend for remarkable success and numerous awards.
06/12 (S) Adopted
yea

HC22

Chris Jones; commend and congratulate for being a member of the Super Bowl LIV Champions Kansas City Chiefs.
02/18 (S) Adopted
yea

HC21

Charvarius Ward; commend and congratulate for being a member of the Kansas City Chiefs, the Super Bowl LIV Champions.
02/18 (S) Adopted
yea

HC20

Ted Parker; commend upon being named the 2019 Swisher Sweets/Sunbelt Ag Expo Southeastern Farmer of the Year.
02/18 (S) Adopted
yea

HC13

Mr. William J. 'Billy' McCoy; honor the life, service and legacy of upon his passing and express great sympathy to his family.
02/18 (S) Adopted
yea

HC12

Joint Rules; adopt for 2020-2024 term.
02/03 (S) Adopted
nay

HC9

Yazoo Backwater Pump Project; support the completion of.
02/18 (S) Adopted
yea

HC8

Mr. Albert M. Ray, Sr.; commend stellar career and service of.
02/18 (S) Adopted
yea

HC6

Arielle Hudson; commend and congratulate upon being named a 2020 Rhodes Scholar.
02/18 (S) Adopted
yea

HC4

Alcorn State University 'Braves' Football Team; commend upon winning the 2019 Southwestern Athletic Conference championship.
02/18 (S) Adopted
yea

HC3

State of the State of the Governor; call joint session to hear.
01/23 (S) Adopted
yea

HC2

Joint Session; provide for the inauguration of and to hear the message of Governor Tate Reeves.
01/10 (S) Adopted
yea

HC1

Governor-Elect Tate Reeves; appoint a joint committee of the House and Senate to arrange inauguration of.
01/10 (S) Adopted
yea

HB1591

Appropriation; additional for various state agencies for Fiscal Year 2020.
03/13 (S) Passed
yea

HB1587

Clarke County; authorize contribution to the Multi-County Community Service Agency, Inc.
06/18 (S) Passed
yea

HB1579

Jackson County; authorize to allow the payment of certain accounts receivable by credit cards and other forms of electronic payment.
06/25 (S) Passed
yea

HB1577

Hunter safety course; authorize school districts to offer as part of their curriculum.
06/15 (S) Passed
yea

HB1566

'Future of Mississippi Agriculture Act of 2020'; enact.
06/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1559

Human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation; provide services for victims through approved services.
06/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1559

Human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation; provide services for victims through approved services.
06/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1523

Poll managers; remove limitation on additional that election commissioners may appoint.
06/11 (S) Passed
yea

HB1522

Mississippi Veterans Home Perpetual Care Fund; create.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1521

Absentee ballots; revise procedures and timeline for mailing to voter and receiving from voter.
06/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
nay

HB1521

Absentee ballots; revise procedures and timeline for mailing to voter and receiving from voter.
06/15 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1520

Hospice; allow medical directors to prescribe controlled substances for pain for terminally ill patients without in-person visit.
06/15 (S) Passed
yea

HB1517

City of Biloxi; remove restriction to provide annual cost-of-living increases for members of the city's general municipal employees' retirement system.
07/01 (S) Passed
yea

HB1516

City of Biloxi; remove restriction to provide annual cost-of-living increases for retired members of city's disability and relief fund for firemen/policemen.
07/01 (S) Passed
yea

HB1500

Board on law enforcement officer standards and training; authorize to consider certain military training when determining qualification of applicant.
06/11 (S) Passed
yea

HB1490

Judicial districts; revise certain chancery and circuit.
06/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1490

Judicial districts; revise certain chancery and circuit.
06/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1486

Tobacco products; prohibit wholesalers from directly selling the products to retailers.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB1476

Compassionate Parole Eligibility Act of 2020; create.
06/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1440

Securities registration filings; revise certain provisions regarding fees.
06/16 (S) Passed
yea

HB1439

Sixteenth section lands; revise provisions relating to reports and copies of leases to Secretary of State.
06/16 (S) Passed
yea

HB1434

Part-time law enforcement officers; revise salary threshold determination for deputy sheriffs and police officers.
06/15 (S) Passed
yea

HB1425

City of Fulton; extend repealer on hotel/motel tourism tax.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB1387

Mississippi Workforce Incentive Act of 2020; create.
06/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
nay

HB1387

Mississippi Workforce Incentive Act of 2020; create.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1386

Advocate Confidentiality Law; establish procedures for disclosure.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1383

Economic Development Highway Act; revise definition of high economic benefit project.
06/25 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1383

Economic Development Highway Act; revise definition of high economic benefit project.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1381

Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of qualified resort area, revise provisions regarding certain permits and sales.
06/15 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1371

DPS division of driver services; make various revisions regarding.
06/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1371

DPS division of driver services; make various revisions regarding.
06/15 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1336

'Mississippi Learn to Earn Act'; enact to authorize the earning of graduation credit through apprenticeships and other alternative courses.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1334

MS 811 Law; provide for notifications through the Positive Response Information System (PRIS).
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1332

State land; revise fee for filing patent for conveyance of.
06/11 (S) Passed
yea

HB1314

Tribal identification cards; recognize as legal means of personal identification.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1309

Air bow; authorize use during certain open seasons for individuals exempt from hunting license requirement by reason of disability.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1295

The 'Life Equality Act'; create to prohibit abortion based on certain factors.
06/17 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

HB1286

Service of summons in youth courts; shall be made pursuant to the Uniform Rules of the Youth Court Practice.
06/15 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1279

Memorial highway; designate segment of U.S. Highway 51 in Lincoln County for fallen police officers Zach Moak and James White.
06/26 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1279

Memorial highway; designate segment of U.S. Highway 51 in Lincoln County for fallen police officers Zach Moak and James White.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1253

State Fire Academy; designate as an authorized medical first responder training program.
06/17 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1243

Critical infrastructure; define crimes of impeding and trespassing against.
06/15 (S) Passed
nay

HB1212

Real Estate Brokers License; revise the requirements to be granted such a license.
06/11 (S) Passed
yea

HB1176

School bus drivers; increase maximum speed limit on interstate highways.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB1175

Chancery court clerk fees; revise those charged for recording oil and gas assignments.
06/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1159

City of Florence; extend repealer on bar and restaurant tax.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB1156

Revised Mississippi Law on Notarial Acts; create and repeal existing statutes on notaries public.
06/12 (S) Passed
yea

HB1138

Self-storage facilities; regulate rental agreements and owners' liens.
06/11 (S) Passed
yea

HB1134

Out-of-State Adoptions; clarify certain provisions regarding.
06/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1134

Out-of-State Adoptions; clarify certain provisions regarding.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1131

Child custody orders; change reference to certain terms.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB1129

Termination of parental rights; clarify jurisdiction of county and youth courts.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB1127

Durable legal guardianship; revise provisions regarding.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB1104

Occupational Licensing Review Commission; authorize to review certain existing occupational regulations to determine compliance with state policy.
06/11 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

HB1095

Hunting license; require to be suspended if determined that death or injury occurred because of negligence.
06/18 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1095

Hunting license; require to be suspended if determined that death or injury occurred because of negligence.
06/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1088

Alcoholic beverages; allow individuals to purchase wine from a winery and have the wine shipped to a package retailer in this state.
06/19 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1088

Alcoholic beverages; allow individuals to purchase wine from a winery and have the wine shipped to a package retailer in this state.
06/11 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

HB1087

Alcoholic beverages; revise policy of the state regarding prohibition of possession of.
06/17 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1087

Alcoholic beverages; revise policy of the state regarding prohibition of possession of.
06/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1080

Toll roads; revise maximum length of time for public private partnership agreement.
06/26 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB1080

Toll roads; revise maximum length of time for public private partnership agreement.
06/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1071

Property exempt from seizure under execution or attachment; include Roth individual retirement accounts.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB1063

Certificate of educational recognition for tax assessors; authorize Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service to issue.
06/16 (S) Passed
yea

HB1040

Agencies, departments and institutions; require to report workforce monies received and how those monies were spent to the SWIB each year.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1028

Air Operating Permit Program fees; revise laws relating to.
06/11 (S) Passed
yea

HB1024

Habitual offender; revise penalties for.
06/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1018

Church Protection Act; revise how a church is required to maintain reords of its security team.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1000

Public property; provide for extinguishment of reverter clause on certain real property upon transfer to the National Park Service.
06/16 (S) Passed
yea

HB999

Amusement rides; provide inspection and incident reporting requirements for.
06/11 (S) Passed
yea

HB984

Mississippi Board of Nursing; revise the notice required for special meeting of.
06/11 (S) Passed
yea

HB982

Nonadmitted policy fee; delete repealer on and revise distribution of.
06/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB977

Oil and gas severance; revise date by taxes are due.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB940

Financial institutions; authorize to delay a transaction upon good-faith belief that eligible person will be exploited.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB917

Light spirit products; define as no more than 4% alcoholic content by weight, and regulate same as beer and light wine.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB888

Student club funds; clarify use and accounting practices by school districts.
06/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB869

Motor vehicle title; change vehicle age from 10 to 20 years for odometer disclosure exemption.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB866

Fuel and lubricating oil taxes; remove bond limit and class distinctions for certain distributors, require electronic filing of returns.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB865

Sales tax; revise provisions regarding denial/revocation of permit due to unpaid taxes.
06/25 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB865

Sales tax; revise provisions regarding denial/revocation of permit due to unpaid taxes.
06/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB863

Ad valorem tax; revise certain provisions relating to assessment of public service corporations.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB861

Taxation; authorize Commissioner of Revenue to reduce a tax assessment based on additional information after order of Board of Tax Appeals.
06/25 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB861

Taxation; authorize Commissioner of Revenue to reduce a tax assessment based on additional information after order of Board of Tax Appeals.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB859

Taxation; amend certain sections of law to make interest rates for various unpaid taxes consistent with rates provided in other sections of law.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB858

Alcohol; revise certain provisions regarding authority of Department of Revenue to dispose of seized alcohol.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB851

Corrections and Criminal Justice Oversight Task Force; revise composition of.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB838

Driver's license; require Department of Public Safety to allow official identifying document of MDOC to suffice for.
06/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB827

Department of Marine Resources Chief Financial Officer; revise the qualifications for.
06/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB824

Election commissioners; authorize per diem for primary and runoff election days in addition to general and special election days.
06/15 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB811

Traffic accidents; require to move vehicle to certain locations in certain situations on a highway.
06/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB777

Counselors; revise certain provisions of licensing laws.
06/11 (S) Passed
yea

HB773

Commercial Lines Modernization Act; enact.
06/25 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB773

Commercial Lines Modernization Act; enact.
06/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB751

Mississippi Employer-Assisted Housing Teacher Program; remove requirement that the Department of Education administer with the FNMA.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB721

Rural Fire Truck Acquisition Assistance Program; authorize an additional round for counties and municipalities.
06/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB708

Pharmacy Benefit Prompt Pay Act; revise various provisions of.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB697

Ad valorem taxes; extend reverter on authority for late payment without penalty or interest when exemption was inadvertently extended.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB689

Petroleum Products Inspection Law; extend repealers on definitions and penalties under.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB688

MS Pharmacy Practice Act; extend repealer on.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB687

Mississippi Boll Weevil Management Corporation; extend repealer on requirement that audits be submitted by Nov. 15.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB686

Patient's Right to Informed Health Care Choices Act & prohibitions against deceptive advertising by providers; extend repealers on.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB685

State offenders; extend repealer on authority to house in county jails when state space is unavailable.
06/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB685

State offenders; extend repealer on authority to house in county jails when state space is unavailable.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB684

Forest acreage tax; extend repealer on statute requiring counties to levy.
06/17 (S) Passed
yea

HB676

State and School Health Insurance Management Board; authorize State Agency executive heads to designate to serve in his or her capacity.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB669

Tate County School Board; require to consolidate system of high schools by closing Coldwater High School.
06/10 (S) Passed
nay

HB667

Public special purpose schools; clarify provision related to administrative and licensed instructional personnel of.
06/15 (S) Passed
yea

HB666

Gifted education; require school districts to provide for students in Grades 7 and 8.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB658

Felony conviction expungements; revise number that one may be eligible for.
06/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB658

Felony conviction expungements; revise number that one may be eligible for.
06/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB654

Beer and light wine; allow certain cities and towns with population of 1,000 or more to hold elections to permit the sale of.
06/18 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB654

Beer and light wine; allow certain cities and towns with population of 1,000 or more to hold elections to permit the sale of.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB632

Riparian owner rights; revise for purposes of state-owned lands on Deer Island.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB597

Department of Revenue; authorize to revise individual income tax forms to allow taxpayer to designate two bank accounts for direct deposit.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB576

Livestock on highways; delete burden on owner of livestock to prove lack of negligence when damages from.
06/15 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

HB544

DUI suspension; clarify when the 120 day suspensions begins.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB531

Counties and municipalities; encourage to exchange information with military installations relating to land use and development.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB524

Disaster Assistance Trust Fund; expand uses of and increase maximum amount that may be transferred to.
06/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB524

Disaster Assistance Trust Fund; expand uses of and increase maximum amount that may be transferred to.
06/17 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB494

County purchases; increase the minimum acquisition costs of items and services for certain purposes.
06/16 (S) Passed
yea

HB493

Counties; may also maintain electronic format of law books in courtrooms and in county public law libraries.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB444

Municipal menaced property; make certain clarifying revisions regarding.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB415

Counties; authorize boards of supervisors to pay county employees every two weeks.
06/24 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB415

Counties; authorize boards of supervisors to pay county employees every two weeks.
06/17 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB408

Credit for reinsurance; provide requirements for.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB379

Mississippi Marketplace Facilitator Act of 2020; create.
06/19 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB379

Mississippi Marketplace Facilitator Act of 2020; create.
06/12 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB359

Motor vehicles; delete five-day requirement regarding towing and storage of.
06/29 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB359

Motor vehicles; delete five-day requirement regarding towing and storage of.
06/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB353

Persons who violate final orders, resolutions or ordinances of local government; require to pay attorney fees to enforce orders, resolutions/ordinances.
06/15 (S) Passed As Amended
nay

HB336

Mississippi Workforce Development Study Committee; create.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB326

Cottage food operation; increase maximum annual gross sales to $35,000.00 and authorize to advertise over the Internet.
06/16 (S) Passed
yea

HB274

HELP Grant Program; align curriculum with changes for college preparatory as required by IHL.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB273

Municipal judges; authorize to hold court outside municipal boundaries that is more than within a one-mile radius of municipality to accept pleas.
06/12 (S) Passed
yea

HB266

State contract price; authorize rural water associations to purchase commodities under.
06/11 (S) Passed
yea

HB264

Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol officers and Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics officers; clarify salaries of.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB263

School attendance officers; clarify salaries of.
06/10 (S) Passed
yea

HB127

Budget process; bring forward various sections relating to.
06/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB117

Water well contractor's license; remove requirement that applicant must present three affidavits to the DEQ examining committee.
06/11 (S) Passed
yea

HB96

Baby Drop-off Law; revise.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB95

Commissioner of Insurance; provide shall resolve certain disputes between provider and insured regarding billing.
06/15 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB94

Center for Rural Health Innovation; establish to provide services and resources to rural hospitals.
06/10 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB25

MS Electronic Court System; require all courts to utilize.
06/16 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB24

Bonds; revise certain provisions regarding sale by political subdivisions and other instrumentalities.
07/01 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB24

Bonds; revise certain provisions regarding sale by political subdivisions and other instrumentalities.
06/11 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB23

Mississippi Major Economic Impact Authority; revise certain authority concerning loan for certain economic development project.
06/30 (S) Conference Report Adopted
yea

HB23

Mississippi Major Economic Impact Authority; revise certain authority concerning loan for certain economic development project.
06/15 (S) Passed As Amended
yea

HB1

Appropriation; Department of Education for additional funding for teachers' salaries.
01/16 (S) Passed
yea
Total Votes 848 34 0