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Report of All Measures

Mississippi Legislature
2018 Regular Session

Report of All Measures (Not Dead)

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HB 1
Workers' Compensation Law; revise various provisions regarding.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Insurance;Judiciary A
Sykes
HB 2
Industrial life insurers; increase maximum life insurance policy from $10,000.00 to $20,000.00.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Insurance
Holland
HB 3
Health insurance policies; require coverage for hearing aids and services for children under 21.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Insurance
Massengill
HB 4
Sales tax; create diversion to counties.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Miles
HB 5
Motor vehicle license plates; increase number of special that may be issued to a person with a disability which limits ability to walk.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Sanford
HB 6
Estrayed livestock; impose civil and criminal penalties upon owners of for damage caused by trespass onto property of another.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Agriculture;Judiciary B
Holland
HB 7
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Income tax; authorize a credit for certain small businesses that create new jobs.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Miles
HB 8
English language learners; increase funding to districts with 20% or more enrolled student population comprised of.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Miles
HB 9
Campaign staff; require candidate to report the employment of.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Eubanks
HB 10
Election commissioners; revise to be a nonpartisan office.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Massengill
HB 11
'Mississippi Country of Origin Labeling Law of 2009'; revise to also require notice of country of processing.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Agriculture
Eubanks
HB 12
Mississippi On-Farm Sales and Food Freedom Act; enact to provide greater autonomy to private agricultural producers.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Agriculture
Eubanks
HB 13
Milk products; exempt owners of certain milk producing animals from regulation when used for personal milk consumption.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Agriculture
Eubanks
HB 14
Unemployment benefits; increase individual's weekly benefit amount by $40.00.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Appropriations
Sykes
HB 15
Vocational and technical education programs; require SBE to establish in each school district.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Miles
HB 16
Home economics; require SBE to develop curriculum for use by students in Grades 7-12.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Miles
HB 17
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Income tax; authorize a credit for certain small businesses that create new jobs.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Sykes
HB 18
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Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with improvements to Belhaven Park and Grove Park.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Sykes
HB 19
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Livable Homes Tax Credit Act; create.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Sykes
HB 20
Motor carriers; conform code sections to reflect prior transfer of duties of PSC to MTC.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Transportation
Steverson
HB 21
Motor vehicle license plates; allow reuse from one vehicle to another vehicle under certain conditions.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Eubanks
HB 22
Mississippi English Language Learners Scholarship Program; create under the Critical Needs Teacher Scholarship Program.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Miles
HB 23
Counties; authorize levying of certain tax in support of Fannie Lou Hamer Cancer Foundation.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Thomas
HB 24
Statewide Assessment Program; require SBE to use ACT Aspire as summative assessment.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education
Miles
HB 25
Dyslexia Coordinator; require the State Dept. of Education to employ in each school district.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Miles
HB 26
Emergency Medical Technicians; authorize to carry firearms while in performance of duties.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Miles
HB 27
'Law Enforcement Protection Act of 2018'; enact.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Holland
HB 28
Cargo theft; provide for crime and penalties of.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Massengill
HB 29
Student residency requirements; require State Board of Education to adopt uniform policy to be implemented by school boards.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education
Clark
HB 30
MAEP; define 'at-risk pupil' and include a child diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Clark
HB 31
Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of 'qualified resort area' under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Powell
HB 32
Post-secondary funding; provide for restored mid-level funding of community and junior colleges and increase salaries of teachers.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations
Sykes
HB 33
Undocumented students; allow to attend college at in-state tuition rates subject to certain conditions.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations
Sykes
HB 34
Teacher Education Scholars Forgivable Loan Program; revise minimum standards of qualifications for.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations
Miles
HB 35
Universities and colleges; require to establish trust fund to benefit members of certain athletic teams.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations
Hines
HB 36
Universities and colleges; require to allow MS residents to register for classes before nonresident students.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges
Massengill
HB 37
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Sales tax; exempt sales of electricity, street lights and security equipment to homeowners' associations for security purposes.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Powell
HB 38
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'Small Town Teacher Tax Credit Act'; create to authorize an income tax credit to certain licensed teachers.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Dortch
HB 39
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Sales tax; exempt certain sales tax of tangible personal property and services to churches.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Eubanks
HB 40
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Sales tax; exempt certain sales of tangible personal property to volunteer fire departments for use solely in department purposes.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Miles
HB 41
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Income tax; authorize a credit for costs incurred for storm shelter/safe room for primary residence.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Miles
HB 42
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Income tax; authorize a credit for taxpayers who serve as volunteer firefighters.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Miles
HB 43
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Local Taxation and Tax Extension Authority Act; create.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Eubanks
HB 44
Insurance fraud; provide civil immunity for certain reporting when done in good faith.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Insurance
Steverson
HB 45
Abortion; provide that inducing or performing is unlawful.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Eubanks
HB 46
Disinterment of buried human bodies; define persons having right of consent to.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Holland
HB 47
Mississippi Adult Health and Privacy Act; create.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Eubanks
HB 48
Universities and colleges; require to provide mental health assessment to member of school athletic teams.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations
Hines
HB 49
Fire trucks; require certain to use blue colored electric lights on the rear of the vehicle.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Hale
HB 50
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Open preferential primaries; establish.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Boyd
HB 51
Sales tax; divert a portion of revenue to counties in which certain tax increment financing districts are located.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Busby
HB 52
Delinquent county garbage fees; provide nonrenewal of driver's licenses for nonpayment.
       01/02 (H) Referred To County Affairs
Boyd
HB 53
Chickasawhay Natural Gas District; delete prohibition on distributing funds to municipalities within.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Utilities
Shirley
HB 54
Community colleges; county taxes collected for shall be transmitted directly to instead of to chancery clerk.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Kinkade
HB 55
Amount paid to regional correctional facilities by Department of Corrections; increase to $41.00 per day.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Corrections;Appropriations
Clark
HB 56
Nonviolent offenders convicted on or after July 1, 2014; make eligible for parole without parole hearing if certain conditions met.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary B
Kinkade
This bill eliminates conditional parole opportunities for some individuals serving in Mississippi prisons. This is an important part of our criminal justice system which makes it easier for individuals who have served their time to re-enter society and the workforce.
HB 57
MS Prison Industries Corporation; may utilize county or municipal inmate labor under certain circumstances.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Corrections
Denny
HB 58
Case plans for parole-eligible inmates; require for nonviolent inmates convicted on or after July 1, 2014.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Corrections
Kinkade
HB 59
Offenders convicted of a crime of violence; strike reference that such offenders are eligible for parole.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Corrections
Kinkade
HB 60
Emergency leave for certain offenders due to death/sickness in family; revise security escort requirement.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Corrections
Kinkade
HB 61
DOC; authorize to transfer disruptive technical violation center offender to general population under certain circumstances.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Corrections
Kinkade
HB 62
Pre-election day voting; authorize.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Denny
HB 63
Precinct boundaries; prohibit altering for certain time of.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Denny
HB 64
Election commissioners; increase the per diem paid for performing duties on nonelection days.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections;Appropriations
Denny
HB 65
Online voter registration; revise to allow for first-time voters to register through.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Denny
HB 66
Election commissioners; authorize per diem for up to five additional days for additional duties of the chair of.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Denny
HB 67
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Sales tax; exempt retail sales of school supplies during the last weekend in July.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Busby
HB 68
Public school students; authorize use of community service as a disciplinary alternative to suspension or expulsion.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education
Hines
HB 69
Dating violence; require school districts to adopt policy and educate students on.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education
Hines
HB 70
School resource officers; clarify ability to make arrests on school property.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Judiciary B
Hines
HB 71
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School ad valorem tax levy; authorize levying authority for certain districts to approve, in full or in part, requests for certain increases.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Chism
HB 72
School board members; authorize removal of those in municipal and municipal separate school districts for just cause.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education
Chism
HB 73
School administrators; require to report acts of violence resulting in injury to local law enforcement authorities.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Judiciary B
Hines
HB 74
Mississippi Eyes on Smiling Students Health Act; enact to require vision screening and oral health assessments for certain students.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Public Health and Human Services
Hines
HB 75
Compulsory school attendance; revise to remove certain excused absences.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education
Zuber
HB 76
Insurance; require certain consumer information and notice and availability of mediation regarding balance billing.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Insurance
Dortch
HB 77
Workers' Compensation Law; increase maximum total recovery under to 520 weeks.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Insurance;Judiciary A
Hines
HB 78
Workers' Compensation; increase maximum total recovery and remove cap on permanent total disability compensation.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Insurance;Judiciary A
Sykes
HB 79
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Surplus lines insurance; extend repealer on law prescribing nonadmitted policy fee for.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Insurance
Chism
HB 80
Motor vehicles; prohibit travel in outermost left lane except under certain conditions.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Transportation
Busby
HB 81
Natural gas vehicles; authorize a weight limit increase for.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Transportation
Busby
HB 82
Appropriation; Office of Capital Post-Conviction Counsel for representing all post-capital conviction appeals.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Kinkade
HB 83
Appropriation; Health Department for support of Breast and Cervical Cancer Program.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Hines
HB 84
Appropriation; Department of Health for a grant to the Southern Health Commission in Washington County.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Hines
HB 85
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Homeowner's Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program; establish.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Hines
HB 86
Appropriation; Department of Health to establish and operate two STD/HIV specialty clinics.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Hines
HB 87
'Mississippi Promise Scholarship Act of 2018'; establish to provide tuition assistance for tuition free community and junior college attendance.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations
Paden
HB 88
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Bonds; authorize for capital improvements at Alcorn State University, Jackson State University and Mississippi Valley State University.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Ways and Means
Sykes
HB 89
Jackson State University; designate as the State of Mississippi's preeminent public urban research university.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges
Sykes
HB 90
IHL Board; require permanent appointment of alumni from Alcorn State, Jackson State and Mississippi Valley State Universities to.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations
Sykes
HB 91
Motor vehicle liability insurance; provide higher minimum amounts for commercial motor vehicle.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Insurance;Transportation
Bell (65th)
HB 92
Motor vehicle liability insurance;increase mandatory minimum for commercial motor vehicles and provide CSL option.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Insurance;Transportation
Bell (65th)
HB 93
Early voting; authorize for qualified electors otherwise unable to vote on election day.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Clarke
HB 94
Employment application form; prohibit criminal background information from being asked on.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary B
Sykes
HB 95
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Mississippi Department of Labor; create.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Appropriations
Paden
HB 96
Mississippi State Workforce Investment Board; expand membership to include a woman and require gender equity in certain workforce development systems.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A
Paden
HB 97
Conjugal visits; prohibit for offenders committed to the custody of the Department of Corrections.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Corrections
Shirley
HB 98
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Alcoholic beverages; allow direct sales and shipments of wine to be made to residents in this state.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Busby
HB 99
Bonds; revise purposes for which bonds authorized for City of Saltillo may be used.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Turner
HB 100
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Bonds; authorize issuance to assist the Delta Blues Museum with installation of permanent exhibits.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Paden
HB 101
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Ad valorem tax; provide partial exemption for certain business personal property.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Shirley
HB 102
MS School for the Deaf; authorize creation of nonprofit entity for fundraising activities.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education
Sanford
HB 103
Assistant teachers; increase salary to $15,000.00 by providing incremental raises until the 2022-2023 school year at $500.00 per year.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Sanford
HB 104
Youth and Community Safety Act; create.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Judiciary B
Hines
HB 105
Teacher licensure; authorize SDE to issue Nontraditional Teaching Route - Standard License to certain individuals with advanced degrees.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education
Busby
HB 106
Assistant teachers; require school districts to notify of nonreemployment within 10 days after adopting budget.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education
Paden
HB 107
'Pledge of Allegiance'; fine schools that fail to recite daily within the first hour of class.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education
Shirley
HB 108
Appropriation; Mississippi Delta Strategic Compact.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Hines
HB 109
Legislative Public Project Grant Program; create.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Hines
HB 110
'Mississippi River Delta Promise Zone Act of 2018'; create.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Hines
HB 111
Mississippi Affordable Housing Opportunity Fund; establish and authorize Mississippi Home Corporation to administer.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Hines
HB 112
Mississippi River Delta Promise Zone Act of 2018; create and divert portion of state gaming revenue to assist in carrying out purposes of.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Hines
HB 113
Offender serving sentence in technical violation center for violation report; require sentence to run concurrently for each violation.
       01/10 (H) DR - TSDP: CN To JB
Hines
This bill clarifies that for individuals serving time for technical violations of their parole, the time shall run concurrently. This follows the original intent of the law and promotes employment by limiting the time that individuals serve in technical violation centers.
HB 114
Nursing; delete requirement that advanced practice registered nurses have collaborative relationship with physician.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Dortch
HB 115
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Ad valorem tax; exempt certain business personal property from.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Carpenter
HB 116
Board of trustees for county or municipal public libraries; revise qualifications for library director in certain counties.
       01/02 (H) Referred To State Library
Straughter
HB 117
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Municipal Crime Prevention Fund; create.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Municipalities;Ways and Means
Sykes
HB 118
Local governments capital improvements revolving loan program; include municipal natural gas facilities.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Utilities
Faulkner
HB 119
Transportation; transfer law enforcement duties of MDOT to the Department of Public Safety.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Transportation
Carpenter
HB 120
Emergency evacuation order; prohibit employer from terminating or discriminating against an employee who evacuates under.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A
Sykes
HB 121
Nursing Board; require to authorize nursing license applicants to have fingerprints taken at locations outside Jackson area.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Holland
HB 122
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Rural broadband initiative; create.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Technology;Appropriations
Hines
HB 123
Smoking; prohibit in motor vehicle with child passenger under age six.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Hines
HB 124
'Mobile Personal Hygiene Pilot Program Act of 2018'; create and authorize JSU to administer.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Appropriations
Bell (65th)
HB 125
School curriculum; require voter education as a component of the U.S. Government course.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education
Hines
HB 126
Trimester School Year Pilot Program; establish.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education
Clark
HB 127
Legislature; limit introduction of general bills requiring majority vote for passage to sessions in even-numbered years.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Constitution
Zuber
HB 128
Medicaid; require Governor and Division of Medicaid to negotiate to obtain federal waiver to expand Medicaid coverage.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Medicaid;Rules;et al
Dortch
HB 129
State employees; provide for increase in annual compensation for those with an annual gross salary of less than $50,000.00.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Miles
HB 130
Holy Bible; designate as the official state book of Mississippi.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Tourism;Rules
Miles
HB 131
Prescription monitoring program; require dispenser/prescriber to check database before dispensing/prescribing certain drugs.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Drug Policy
Holland
HB 132
Adverse possession cases; require losing party to pay court costs and attorney's fees.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Boyd
HB 133
Governing authorities of counties and cities; authorize to recover actual costs of enforcing ordinance, zoning law or regulation.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Kinkade
HB 134
Motor vehicles; allow towing company to retain possession of personal items contained in until towing and storage fees have been paid.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Evans (45th)
HB 135
Concealed firearms on school premises; authorize local school board to adopt policy permitting certain school employees to carry.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Judiciary B
Carpenter
HB 136
Comprehensive eye examination; require for certain students upon enrollment in public school or private school approved by the SBE.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Public Health and Human Services
Hines
HB 137
Prohibition on Price Gouging for Essential Drugs Act; create.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Drug Policy;Judiciary A
Bell (65th)
HB 138
Social host; revise penalties for certain violations.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Drug Policy
Touchstone
HB 139
Marijuana possession; provide civil penalty for.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Drug Policy
Holloway
HB 140
Mississippi Tobacco Minimum Legal Sale Age of 21 Act; create.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Drug Policy
Clark
HB 141
Mississippi Special Needs Housing Steering Council; create.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Clark
HB 142
Smoke-free Air Act of 2018; create.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Clark
HB 143
Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning; reconstitute.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges
Hines
HB 144
Mississippi Skill Standards Board; create as an advisory board on industry standards.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Workforce Development
Clark
HB 145
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Board of Barber Examiners; revise certain provisions of barbering laws.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Ways and Means
Evans (45th)
HB 146
Health; State Health Officer shall develop program to close the gap in health status of gender and racial groups.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Hines
HB 147
Medical records; persons seeking disability benefits may obtain at no charge until final determination of disability.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Appropriations
Hines
HB 148
Chronic Diseases; direct Health Department to establish WISEWOMAN and WISEMAN programs to reduce incidence of.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Appropriations
Hines
HB 149
Child care; DHS transfer to CCDF $40 million of unspent TANF funds from prior fiscal year.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Appropriations
Paden
HB 150
Nurse-Family Partnership Pilot Program; require to be established and funded through TANF funds.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Appropriations
Dortch
HB 151
Counties; authorize donation to Fannie Lou Hamer Cancer Foundation.
       01/02 (H) Referred To County Affairs
Thomas
HB 152
Hunting regulation changes; require MS Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks to provide certain public notice of proposed.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks
Boyd
HB 153
Retail businesses; those that accept credit cards for payment shall have cameras to record persons using the cards.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services
Clarke
HB 154
Assistant Teacher Forgivable Loan Program; revise to increase financial assistance to those pursuing teacher licensure.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Boyd
HB 155
State buildings; rename certain designated building as the 'William Lowe (Bill) Waller, Sr., Building.'
       01/16 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
Gunn
This bill renames a state building to honor Mr. William Lowe (Bill) Waller, Sr.
HB 156
Community and Police Safety Act; create.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Municipalities;Ways and Means
Hines
HB 157
State agency travel; direct DFA to advertise and enter into contracts for additional vehicle rental services.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Sanford
HB 158
Protective orders; prohibit unit prices within procurement contracts from being protected under.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Turner
HB 159
Advertisements for competitive bids; require to be posted on the procurement portal website.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Turner
HB 160
Critical Teacher Shortage Area License; create alternative license to be issued for educators who teach in designated areas of.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Paden
HB 161
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All-terrain vehicles; require owners to obtain a certificate of number.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks
Clark
HB 162
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All-terrain vehicles; create voluntary certificate of number system, mandatory for public lands, with Mississippi Department of WF&P.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks
Clark
HB 163
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Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Yazoo County with renovation of county courthouse.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Clark
HB 164
Proclamation of a local emergency; allow president of county board of supervisors to declare.
       01/16 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
Burnett
This bill expands local autonomy by allowing the President of a local board to declare an emergency. Currently, only the board or mayor can issue this declaration.
HB 165
County court administrator; require counties to pay salary directly to.
       01/02 (H) Referred To County Affairs;Appropriations
Kinkade
HB 166
Proclamation of a local emergency; allow boards of supervisors to authorize certain county officials to declare.
       01/02 (H) Referred To County Affairs
Kinkade
HB 167
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Counties and municipalities; revise how rates for electronic payments are assessed.
       01/02 (H) Referred To County Affairs;Municipalities
Busby
HB 168
Blue; designate as the official state color.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Tourism
Holloway
HB 169
Hunters trespassing; hunting deer or wild hogs with dogs on any WMA not prohibited when retrieving dogs on private property.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks
Boyd
HB 170
Squirrel season; extend through the first week of March.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks
Gipson
HB 171
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ABC Law; revise application for certain distiller's permits.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Zuber
HB 172
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Income tax; authorize a credit for taxpayers that employ persons convicted of certain felony offenses.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Carpenter
HB 173
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Sales tax; revise time for exemption on retail sales of certain clothing from last weekend in July to first weekend in August.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Zuber
HB 174
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Income tax; authorize a credit for taxpayers that employ persons convicted of certain nonviolent crimes.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Arnold
HB 175
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Income tax; authorize a credit for taxpayers that employ persons convicted of certain nonviolent offenses.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Arnold
HB 176
Ad valorem tax; remove the provision that prescribes the manner in which affordable rental housing must be appraised.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Kinkade
HB 177
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Homestead exemption; provide additional exemption for certain persons 65 years of age or older or totally disabled.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Barton
HB 178
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Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Town of Friars Point in constructing a community center.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Burnett
HB 179
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County vehicles and road equipment; authorize boards of supervisors to allow use between county departments.
       01/02 (H) Referred To County Affairs
Kinkade
HB 180
Supervisors and municipal governing authorities; require taking of course related to offices upon being elected.
       01/02 (H) Referred To County Affairs;Municipalities
Hines
HB 181
Law Enforcement Death Benefits Trust Fund; authorize transfers from rainy day fund when trust funds are insufficient.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Hale
HB 182
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Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with improvements to Laurel Street Park and Medgar Evers Community Center and Park.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Sykes
HB 183
Heroin and Fentanyl; provide punishment for transfer and possession with intent to transfer.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Drug Policy;Judiciary B
Baker
HB 184
School superintendents; revise authority to assign certain students who the youth court orders to be enrolled.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Youth and Family Affairs;Education
Faulkner
HB 185
Lamar county; authorize transfer of certain special funds to the general fund of the county.
       01/16 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
Touchstone
This bill allows Lamar County to transfer money from their local sanitation fund to the county's general fund to meet other budgetary needs.
HB 186
Tunica County; authorize contributions to Tunica County Economic Development Foundation, Inc.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Local and Private Legislation
Burnett
HB 187
Historic Courthouse Fund; create to provide grants to counties for maintenance/restoration of historic courthouses.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Property;Appropriations
Clark
HB 188
State construction projects; bring forward sections pertaining to acquisition, audit and inventory of.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Property
Weathersby
HB 189
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Free port warehouse; revise property stored in that is eligible for exemption from ad valorem tax.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Reynolds
HB 190
Organized retail theft; provide definition of.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Patterson
HB 191
Sales tax; increase diversion to municipalities.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Rushing
HB 192
Alcoholic beverages, beer and light wine; make lawful to transport unopened on state and federal highways in dry areas.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Bennett
HB 193
Commercial motor vehicles; require to travel in right-hand lane on certain segment of U.S. Hwy 49 in Rankin County.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Transportation
Patterson
HB 194
Shoplifting; revise penalties.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Patterson
HB 195
Indecent assault; create crime of.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Bennett
HB 196
Gaming; make certain scratch cards unlawful.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Gaming
Bennett
HB 197
Mississippi Telephone Solicitation Act; add 'political calls' as prohibited under the act.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Utilities
Bennett
HB 198
Remedial education; prohibit funding at postsecondary level of education and require to be provided before high school graduation.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education
Bennett
HB 199
Civil actions; provide that property and casualty insurers have burden of proof for exclusions in 'all perils' coverage policy.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Bennett
HB 200
Holmes County State Park; Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks may lease land in and contract for services to operate.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks
Clark
HB 201
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Housing repair grant program; authorize issuance of bonds to provide funds for grants to low income individuals for home repair.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Clark
HB 202
Disabilities, persons with; modernize terminology used to refer to.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Clark
HB 203
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Free port warehouse; revise property stored in that is eligible for exemption from ad valorem taxes.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Reynolds
HB 204
National Board Certified Teachers; authorize additional supplement to those teaching in Holmes and Tallahachie Counties.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Reynolds
HB 205
Expungement; authorize for nonviolent felony convictions.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Reynolds
HB 206
Railroad crossings; require MDOT to review all passive crossings to determine if any are particularly dangerous.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Transportation
Holloway
HB 207
Mississippi Employment Protection Act; repeal.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A
Sykes
HB 208
'Mississippi Universal Prekindergarten Program Act of 2018'; enact.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Clark
HB 209
MAEP; increase adjustment to base student cost for at-risk students.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Clark
HB 210
School social workers and psychologists; authorize districts to employ and receive partial state reimbursement for salaries.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Clark
HB 211
Schools in district transformation; prohibit mandatory consolidation if progressing toward termination of transformation status.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education
Holloway
HB 212
Assistant Teacher Elevated Salary Waiver Program; enact to compensate eligible assistant teacher at level of licensed teachers.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Dortch
HB 213
Family dynamics; include in public school curriculum as a required component.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Public Health and Human Services
Clarke
HB 214
Small School District Equipment, Maintenance and Infrastructure Grant; create to assist certain school districts.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Rushing
HB 215
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Sales tax; exempt retail sales of school supplies during the last weekend in July.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Rushing
HB 216
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Income tax; exclude overtime compensation from gross income.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Clark
HB 217
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Ad valorem tax; exempt certain business personal property from.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Foster
HB 218
Sales tax; increase diversion to municipalities and create diversion to counties, use revenue for street/road improvements.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Foster
HB 219
Deceased bodies; require report of, if found.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
DeLano
HB 220
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Local Governments MSWIN Infrastructure and Equipment Revolving Loan Program; create.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
DeLano
HB 221
State song; designate 'Mississippi' by Ed Thomas as.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Tourism
DeLano *
HB 222
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Taxation; revise definition of 'hotel' or 'motel' under local and private laws that tax hotels and motels.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
DeLano
HB 223
Appropriation; DFA to study certain aspects of alcoholic beverage industry and operations of the ABCD.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
DeLano
HB 224
State employees; authorize agencies to grant administrative leave to certain members of Civil Air Patrol.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
DeLano
HB 225
Cosmetology; board shall issue license by reciprocity to persons who present certain documentation.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Foster
HB 226
Abortion; prohibit after heartbeat is detectable.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Foster
HB 227
Youth court; authorize electronic monitoring as disposition alternative in delinquency cases.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Youth and Family Affairs
Hines
HB 228
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Income tax; authorize counties and municipalities to collect certain debts by setoff against the debtor's income tax refund.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
DeLano
HB 229
Small water crafts; clarify authority of certain municipalities to create harbors and recreational parks for.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Municipalities
DeLano
HB 230
Tax increment financing; clarify what constitutes cost of a redevelopment project under.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Municipalities;Ways and Means
DeLano
HB 231
Emergency phone service and enhanced wireless emergency phone service; bring forward sections for possible amendment.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Utilities
DeLano
HB 232
State inmate eligible for release, certain; require to receive certain notification regarding searches after inmate is released.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Corrections
DeLano
This bill requires the Department of Corrections to give individual adequate notice of the terms of their parole before they are released.
HB 233
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Sales tax; reduce rate on retail sales of motorcycles.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
DeLano
HB 234
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Sales tax; reduce rate on retail sales of motorcycles.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
DeLano
HB 235
Local Privilege Tax law; authorize tax collectors to use electronic signatures and storage in connection with.
       01/18 (H) DR - TSDPCS: TE To WM
DeLano
HB 236
Firearms; prohibit altering serial number.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
DeLano
HB 237
State boundaries; clarify in statute.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Eubanks
HB 238
Mineral interests; revert to surface owner after certain period of time.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Boyd
HB 239
Criminal investigators; add two to the 21st Circuit Court District.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary A;Appropriations
Clark
HB 240
Expungement; revise list of felonies that may be authorized for.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Clark
HB 241
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Expungement; authorize for certain nonviolent felony convictions.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Faulkner
HB 242
Purchase of automatic weapon; place certain restrictions on.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Hines
HB 243
Littering violations; increase penalties for.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Sanford
HB 244
Death penalty; prohibit imposition when based solely on circumstantial evidence.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Clarke
HB 245
Firearms; prohibit discharge near petroleum.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Clarke
HB 246
Restoration of suffrage; prescribe conditions that do not require legislative action for.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Clarke
HB 247
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Bonds; authorize issuance for capital improvements at Alcorn State University.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Holloway
HB 248
Emerging Crops Fund; require MDA to increase amount to the Small Farm and Agribusiness Center at Alcorn.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Holloway
HB 249
Appropriation; IHL for Alcorn State University for renovating the Whitney Health and P.E. Complex or constructing a new academic convocation center.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Holloway
HB 250
Appropriation; IHL for Alcorn State University for improving campus safety and security.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Holloway
HB 251
Retirement; PERS members convicted of job-related felonies shall be terminated from system.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Rushing
HB 252
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Income and sales tax; job tax credit for supermarkets in economically distressed communities, sales tax exemption for materials.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Dortch
HB 253
%$
Income tax; authorize a credit for cost of new alternative fueling infrastructure.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Dortch
HB 254
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Ad valorem tax; revise certain provisions regarding exemption for property of religious entities.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Clarke
HB 255
Ad valorem tax; remove the provision that prescribes the manner in which affordable rental housing must be appraised.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Rushing
HB 256
Department of Public Safety and Corrections; require to pay certain employees for all accumulated comp time upon termination or death.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Sykes
HB 257
Appropriation; Archives and History for Scott Ford House to develop two historic properties in Jackson.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Sykes
HB 258
MS Affordable Housing Trust Fund; create to assist in the development, rehabilitation and preservation of affordable housing.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Sykes
HB 259
State employees; provide for increase in annual compensation for those with annual salary under $50,000.00.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Sykes
HB 260
Trooper training class; require Legislature to appropriate funds in 2018 and 2019 to defray expenses of.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Miles
HB 261
Attorney General investigators; provide for increase in annual compensation for.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Miles
HB 262
MS Highway Safety Patrol and Bureau of Narcotics; increase salaries by $2,500.00 for sworn officers.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Miles
HB 263
Mental Health Department employees; provide for increase in annual compensation for those with annual salary under $20,000.00.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Miles
HB 264
MS Highway Safety Patrol; increase salaries of sworn officers by $5,000.00.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Steverson
HB 265
Appropriation; Archives and History for Scott Ford House to develop two historic properties in Jackson.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Clarke
HB 266
Appropriation; IHL for Alcorn State University for expansion of research and production of shiitake mushrooms.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Holloway
HB 267
Appropriation; IHL for Alcorn State University Agricultural Programs for renovation and repair of aquaculture facility.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Holloway
HB 268
Appropriation; IHL for Alcorn State University for making modifications to buildings to comply with Americans with Disabilities Act.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Holloway
HB 269
Appropriation; IHL for Alcorn State University for design and planning of construction of new student union complex.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Holloway
HB 270
PERS; no retiree shall receive allowance from while under contract with state agency as a consultant or advisor.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Boyd
HB 271
Salary increases for legislators; make effective for term of office after term in which salary is increased.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Boyd
HB 272
Wildlife management areas; authorize commission to designate zones for hunting deer and wild hogs with dogs in regulated season.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks
Boyd
HB 273
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Mineral interest; revise procedure for payment of taxes.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Energy;Ways and Means
Boyd
HB 274
Mineral rights; revert to surface owner after certain period of time.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Energy
Evans (45th)
HB 275
State Health Insurance Plan; require to cover certain annual examinations.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Insurance
Boyd
HB 276
Right to vote; restore to people who committed nonviolent disqualifying crimes upon meeting certain requirements.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections;Judiciary B
Reynolds
HB 277
Power of attorney; authorize to become effective upon a future event.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Reynolds
HB 278
All-terrain vehicles; require retailers to maintain certain records of.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Transportation;Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks
Clark
HB 279
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Income tax; exempt income of certain mental health professionals providing services in critical mental health services shortage areas.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Reynolds
HB 280
MS Telephone Solicitation Act; increase penalties for violations of.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Utilities
Arnold
HB 281
Religious structures; prohibit removal from public property.
       01/16 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
Arnold
This bill prevents the removal of any religious structures of historical significance from any public property in the state.
HB 282
Child support arrearage; require electronic house arrest for certain person found in contempt for.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Arnold
HB 283
Appropriation; Department of Public Safety for highway patrol trooper training class.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Miles
HB 284
Appropriations; New Site Water Association for repair of water tank.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Arnold
HB 285
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Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize issuance to recipients of Combat Action Ribbon.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Arnold
HB 286
Right to vote; restore to veterans who committed nonviolent disqualifying crimes upon completing the sentencing requirements.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Reynolds
HB 287
Professional school counselors; establish pilot program in certain school districts with high incidences of teen pregnancy.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Clarke
HB 288
State and federally funded advertising; prohibit elected state officials from visibly or audibly participating in the making of.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Baker
HB 289
State-assisted Local Road Construction and Maintenance Program; create for counties and municipalities under certain populations.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Transportation;Appropriations
Rushing
HB 290
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Ad valorem tax; exempt certain business personal property from.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Shirley
HB 291
Delinquent county garbage fees; require notice of such fees be provided to person who owes the fees within certain time period.
       01/02 (H) Referred To County Affairs;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Holland
HB 292
Headlights; require to be used whenever windshield wipers necessitated.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Transportation
Holloway
HB 293
Student transfers between school districts; require approved transfer to remain in effect unless student's address changes.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education
Shirley
HB 294
Ad valorem taxes; allow local contribution to follow students who transfer to another school district.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education;Ways and Means
Shirley
HB 295
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Driver's license; authorize issuance of hardship license to persons who have their licenses suspended as a result of being out of compliance with order for support.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Transportation;Judiciary B
Clark
HB 296
Salaries; limit those of certain public officers to no more than 150% of the Governor's salary.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Shirley
HB 297
Public Utilities Act; clarify that customer deposit is included in definition of 'rate.'
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Utilities
Sanford
HB 298
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Community public water system board members; increase maximum fee for materials and training actual costs.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Conservation and Water Resources;Ways and Means
Sanford
HB 299
School curriculum; require comprehensive Mississippi History course for public school students in Grade 9.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Education
Clark
HB 300
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Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds for public school capital improvements.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Clark
HB 301
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Housing Loan Assistance Pilot Program; create and authorize bonds to provide funds for.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Clark
HB 302
Appropriation; Mental Health for additional funding for crisis centers and outpatient services.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Clark
HB 303
Life jackets; increase minimum age of person required to wear on certain vessels.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Clark
HB 304
Tuition waiver; provide for certain foster and adopted children and wards of the state to attend a state-supported IHL.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations
Clark
HB 305
Medicaid; require Governor and Division of Medicaid to negotiate to obtain federal waiver to expand Medicaid coverage.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Medicaid;Rules;et al
Clark
HB 306
PERS; allow retirees to teach in critical needs areas and work full time and receive full salary for three years.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Clark
HB 307
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Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Holmes County with improvements to county roads and buildings.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Clark
HB 308
Joint state-county work program; require DOC to utilize under certain circumstances.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Corrections
Clark
HB 309
Health insurance policies; require coverage for certain obesity treatments.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Insurance
Clark
HB 310
Minimum wage; establish at $8.25 and set requirements for exemptions and overtime.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A
Clark
HB 311
Counties; authorize to pay poll workers certain mileage.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections;County Affairs
Clark
HB 312
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Income tax; authorize credit for certain child care expenses, child care centers and child care center teachers and directors.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Clark
HB 313
%$
Bonds; create rural counties and municipalities cellular and broadband grant program and authorize issuance of bonds.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Clark
HB 314
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Bonds; authorize issuance to assist the Town of Tchula with road improvements.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Clark
HB 315
CON; remove end-stage renal disease facilities from application of law.
       01/02 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Clark
HB 316
State flag; revise design of.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Rules
Sykes
HB 317
Juneteenth Freedom Day; designate as day of commemoration, not paid legal holiday.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Rules
Clark
HB 318
Lyme Disease Awareness Month; designate the month of May of each year as.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Rules
DeLano
HB 319
National board certified school nurses; remove cap on number of eligible for annual salary supplement.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Read
HB 320
Education Enhancement Fund; delete requirement to deposit certain sum from into Working Cash-Stabilization Reserve Fund.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Read
HB 321
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Bonds; authorize issuance for improvements at the state-owned shipyard in Jackson County.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Read
HB 322
Crime Victims' Compensation Fund; delete language providing that expenses of shall be paid from General Fund.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Read
HB 323
Homeowners insurance; provide premium discount or reduction for new homes built to resist windstorms.
       01/09 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Comm Sub
Chism
This bill places a new mandate on insurance companies by requiring them to issue discounts to certain policyholders. Government insurance mandates drive up costs of coverage. Individuals and insurance companies should be able to negotiate the terms of policies themselves.
HB 324
MS Vehicle Insurance Verification System; require certain look back at violations using.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Insurance
Chism
HB 325
MS Vehicle Insurance Verification System; revise various laws regarding.
       01/09 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Comm Sub
Chism
This bill makes it more difficult for individuals with suspended licenses to reinstate their licenses, by mandating that they must first pay all insurance fines and fees owed. It also creates a new graduated fine structure for uninsured motorists. These changes make it more difficult for uninsured motorists to maintain employment to become current on their insurance and pay their fines.
HB 326
Firefighter Property Program; allow board of supervisors to expend funds necessary to personal property acquired through.
       01/09 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
Chism
This bill gives counties the authority to purchase insurance and tags for property acquired by local fire departments through a Firefighter Property Program.
HB 327
State and county general elections; move to same time and years as congressional elections.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Wilson
HB 328
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Homestead exemption; increase for persons 70 years of age or older.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Mims
HB 329
Prescription drugs; health insurance policies must allow for partial refills for purposes of medication synchronization.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Insurance
Mims
HB 330
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MS Rural Fire Truck Equipment and Apparatus Grant Program; create and fund with sex offender registry fee.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Insurance;Appropriations
Mims
HB 331
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Mississippi Individual On-Site Wastewater Disposal System Law; extend repealer on and revise various provisions of.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Mims
HB 332
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Medicaid; provide option for reimbursement of outpatient services at certain rural hospitals based on 101% of Medicare rate.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Medicaid
Mims
HB 333
Pre-election day voting; authorize for 20 days before an election.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Blackmon
HB 334
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Sales tax; reduce/eliminate certain exemptions.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Johnson (94th)
HB 335
Insurance rebate monies; increase amount deposited into Municipal Fire Protection Fund and the County Volunteer Fire Department Fund.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Insurance;Appropriations
Mims
HB 336
%
Open primaries elections; authorize for state, county and municipal offices.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Horne
HB 337
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Homestead exemption; increase for persons 65 years of age or older or totally disabled.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Horne
HB 338
Contract lobbyists; prohibit agencies, universities and colleges from hiring with public funds.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Horne
HB 339
Bonds; mandate election on issue of county or municipal bonds.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Horne
HB 340
'Mississippi Universal Prekindergarten Program Act of 2018'; enact.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Blackmon
HB 341
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Bonds; authorize issuance for improvements to the Freedom House in Canton.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Blackmon
HB 342
Law enforcement officers; require to provide mental health evaluation within 24 hours of arrest and establish training standards.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Blackmon
HB 343
Circuit and county courts; authorize to obtain certain mental health records for bond/sentencing hearings.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Blackmon
HB 344
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Excise tax on gasoline and diesel; revise rate.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Johnson (94th)
HB 345
Salaries of state and state district elected officials; increase.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Smith
HB 346
Department of Revenue; authorize to compromise and settle tax liabilities with taxpayers.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Wilson
HB 347
Legislative session; revise occurrence of regular session to once every two years.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Constitution
Wilson
HB 348
Legislature; reduce size of beginning with the 2023 statewide general election.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Wilson
HB 349
Election contests; revise procedures for deciding those that result after primary elections.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Wilson
HB 350
Consigned motor fuels; provide crime for theft of.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Smith
HB 351
Financial Transparency in Education Act; create.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Education
Smith
HB 352
School district accountability; require SBE to develop differential component with alternative measures of success.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Education
Blackmon
HB 353
School Board members; increase annual salary of and remove prohibition on membership in PERS.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Smith
HB 354
General fund revenue; provide that percent of growth in will be used for repair and maintenance of state and local roads.
       01/09 (H) Transmitted To Senate
Gunn
This bill requires that a portion of general fund revenue growth be allocated to road and bridge construction and repair, divided equally among cities and counties.
HB 355
MDOT; remove from State Personnel Board.
       01/03 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Comm Sub
Busby
This bill removes Personnel Board requirements from the Department of Transportation and the Department of Child Protective Services. This will increase efficiency by giving the agency more latitude in hiring and firing employees.
HB 356
MDOT; remove from State Personnel Board.
       01/03 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Gunn
HB 357
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Bonds; authorize issuance to assist municipalities and counties with bridge improvements.
       01/09 (H) Transmitted To Senate
Gunn
This bill borrows $50 million at taxpayer's expense to send additional funds to cities and counties for road work. The state should prioritize existing tax dollars for road repair instead of adding to the state's debt.
HB 358
Use tax; provide that portion of revenue collected from certain taxpayers will be used for road and bridge repair and improvements.
       01/03 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
Gunn
This bill requires that a portion of use tax revenue growth be allocated to road and bridge construction and repair.
HB 359
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State road construction; prohibit if construction has not begun and right-of-way has not been acquired.
       01/05 (H) Motion to Reconsider Entered (Wooten, Busby, Massengill)
Gunn
This bill prioritizes maintenance of existing roads by pausing new road construction that has not yet begun. This ensures that the Department of Transportation is spending dollars most efficiently to repair existing infrastructure.
HB 360
Contracts; prohibit dividing of to avoid certain competitive purchasing procedures.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Turner
HB 361
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Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds for establishing Business Impact Center at Alcorn State University site in Mound Bayou.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Hudson
HB 362
Appropriation; IHL to establish Business Impact Center at Alcorn State site in Mound Bayou.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Hudson
HB 363
Appropriation; Cleveland School District for constructing and equipping a new school.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Hudson
HB 364
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Bonds; authorize issuance to assist the Cleveland School District with construction of a new school.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Hudson
HB 365
Appropriation; City of Mound Bayou to make improvements to existing city pool.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Hudson
HB 366
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Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Mound Bayou with improvements to city pool.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Hudson
HB 367
Appropriation; North Bolivar Consolidated School District for costs of repairs, renovations and upgrades at two high schools.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Hudson
HB 368
Community colleges; allow to dispose of surplus property like a municipality, county or school board.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges
Snowden
HB 369
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Ad valorem tax; authorize partial exemption for agricultural land that is converted to a residential use.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Snowden
HB 370
Community colleges; enact uniform rules for the sale or disposal of surplus property owned by a community college district.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges
Snowden
HB 371
State holidays; designate the third Monday of January as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday and designate the fourth Monday of January as Robert E. Lee's birthday.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Rules
Karriem
HB 372
State flag; provide that Magnolia Flag will be an additional design of the official flag.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Rules
Snowden
HB 373
House Rule 11A; amend to authorize personal staff for each member of the House.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Rules;Appropriations
Hudson
HB 374
Appropriation; City of Shelby for constructing a downtown walking trail and playground.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Hudson
HB 375
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Bonds; authorize issuance to assist the City of Shelby with improvements to downtown walking track.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Hudson
HB 376
Appropriation; Sunflower County for costs of researching whether windmills are a viable source of county power.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Hudson
HB 377
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Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Sunflower County in researching wind energy as a viable source of power for the county.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Hudson
HB 378
Appropriation; MDA for revolving loan program for rural counties and municipalities to improve infrastructure.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Hudson
HB 379
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Bonds; create a rural counties and municipalities emergency infrastructure loan program and authorize issuance of bonds.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Hudson
HB 380
Municipalities; authorize to enter into interlocal agreement with rural water association regarding sewer services.
       01/09 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
Sanford
This bill expands local control by allowing municipalities to enter into operation agreements with rural water associations. This would provide more water access options for citizens.
HB 381
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Bonds; authorize issuance for the Pearl River Valley Water Supply District in paying costs associated with the repair of seawalls.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Powell
HB 382
Uninsured motorist coverage; provide that limits will be equal to liability coverage unless insured selects otherwise.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Insurance
Watson
HB 383
MS Center for Legal Services Corporation Fund; create and authorize deposits into.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary A;Ways and Means
Watson
HB 384
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Income tax; provide a credit for taxpayers allowed to claim federal earned income tax credit.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Watson
HB 385
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Civil Legal Assistance Fund; specify funding to from certain sources.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Watson
HB 386
Law enforcement dogs; authorize EMTs to transport if injured in the line of duty.
       01/04 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Public Health and Human Services
Hughes
HB 387
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Re-entry council; implement certain recommendations thereof.
       01/05 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Comm Sub
Gipson
This bill implements recommendations of the re-entry council to help promote employment among those who have had an interaction with the criminal justice system. This bill will increase employment opportunities and provide significant cost savings to the state.
HB 388
Community-Based Placement for At-Risk Children Pilot Program; revise age of children who may be eligible for.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Youth and Family Affairs;Appropriations
Dixon
HB 389
Appropriation; Hinds County to fund county Community-Based Placement for At-Risk Children Pilot Program.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Dixon
HB 390
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Industrial hemp; legalize and regulate for certain purposes.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Drug Policy;Public Health and Human Services
Bomgar
HB 391
MS Medical Marijuana Pilot Program Act; create.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Drug Policy;Public Health and Human Services
Bomgar
HB 392
Municipalities; authorize to elect 5 aldermen if population is 10,000 or more and certain conditions are met.
       01/09 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
Baker
This bill allows small municipalities to maintain five aldermen instead of moving to seven, as is currently required. It allows for public comment and allows citizens to petition for an election to undo the change.
HB 393
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State Inland Port Authority; revise the powers and duties of.
       01/18 (H) DR - TSDP: PO To WM
Carpenter
HB 394
Sales tax; create diversion to counties.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Hughes
HB 395
Education Enhancement Fund; require percentage appropriated for classroom supply funds to be fully allocated.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Hughes
HB 396
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Sales tax; exempt retail sales of school supplies during the first weekend in August.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Hughes
HB 397
Secretary of State; prohibit from requiring social security number on application for voter ID card.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Hughes
HB 398
Certified nurse practitioners; no physician supervision required for certain with over 3,600 hours of clinical practice.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Hughes
HB 399
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Bonds; authorize to assist West Bolivar Consolidated School District with improvements to certain schools.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Hudson
HB 400
Appropriation; West Bolivar School District for repairs and renovations at three high schools.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Hudson
HB 401
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Bonds; authorize issuance to assist the North Bolivar Consolidated School District in making improvements to schools.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Hudson
HB 402
Uninsured motorist coverage; provide that coverage is mandatory in every automobile liability insurance policy.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Insurance
Watson
HB 403
Workers' compensation; require emergency hearing upon request of either party.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Insurance
Watson
HB 404
Motor vehicle liability insurance policy; require to include medical payment coverage.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Insurance
Watson
HB 405
'Mississippi Career-Tech Scholars Program'; establish to provide free tuition at community and junior colleges.
       01/17 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Comm Sub
Mettetal
This bill expands the size, scope, and role of state government by creating a new program to distribute more tax dollars to individuals at state universities. There is already a large amount of tax dollars available for higher education from local, state, and federal sources. This program will grow the size of state government, requiring more from taxpayers.
HB 406
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Concealed weapon; authorize reduce fees for certain older persons.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Mettetal
HB 407
Highway 315; reconstruct a portion of.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Transportation
Mettetal
HB 408
Legislature; allow retired teachers to receive a retirement allowance while serving as a member of.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Hughes
HB 409
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Public School Donation Tax Deduction and Dedicated Use Act; create.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Education;Ways and Means
Hughes
HB 410
Sixteenth section and lieu lands; revise authority of local school boards to construct new roads or improve existing roads for access to.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Education
Baker
HB 411
End-of-course subject area tests; discontinue and require minimum score on the ACT for graduation.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Education
Chism
HB 412
Daylight Saving Time; require Mississippi to observe year-round.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Interstate Cooperation
Gipson
HB 413
Stun gun; remove the term from the firearms category.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Criswell
HB 414
Newborns; prohibit administration of Hepatitis B vaccination to at birth unless parents request.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Currie
HB 415
Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of 'qualified resort area' under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Currie
HB 416
Municipal petition signatures; revise procedure in which they are obtained.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Currie
HB 417
Harassment by public employee; require to reimburse public employer when employee has violated.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Currie
HB 418
Motor vehicle; provide that the most insurers shall be required to pay for repairs is the prevailing market rate.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Insurance
Currie
HB 419
Mental health courts; authorize to be established throughout the state.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Currie
HB 420
Manufactured and mobile homes; require certain notice to tax collector when relocated from another county.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Morgan
HB 421
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Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Marion County with construction of sportsplex.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Morgan
HB 422
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Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Marion County and City of Columbia with road, bridge and airport improvements.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Morgan
HB 423
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Forest acreage tax; delete repeal date on requirement that boards of supervisors levy.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Forestry
Morgan
HB 424
Appropriation; City of Columbia and Marion County to assist in paying costs of certain projects.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Morgan
HB 425
MS Windstorm Underwriting Association; provide nonadmitted policy fee shall be deposited in State General Fund.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Insurance
Chism
HB 426
No Gag Rule on Pharmacists Act; create.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Insurance
Bell (65th)
HB 427
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Smart State Act; create.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Bell (65th)
HB 428
English language learners; require SDE to grant waivers of accountability for certain school districts with total enrollment comprised of 25% or more.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Education
Miles
HB 429
Salaries of statewide elected officials; increase.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Lamar
HB 430
Election contest; clarify procedure that governs for party nominees.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Perkins
HB 431
The Mississippi Recall Act; enact.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Perkins
HB 432
Board of Mental Health; add 2 new members who are directors of community mental health centers.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Currie
HB 433
Health insurance policies; require coverage certain examinations primarily related to women's health.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Insurance
Currie
HB 434
Appropriation; Administration Office of Courts to provide funding for mental health courts.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Currie
HB 435
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Hotel renovation projects sales tax incentive; authorize for certain projects.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Scott
HB 436
Nursing education; require community colleges to offer online program for LPNs to obtain associate degree in.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations
Scott
HB 437
Workers' Compensation; require death benefits payments to next-of-kin if no dependents exist.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Insurance
Scott
HB 438
Felony expungement; authorize for first time offenses.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Scott
HB 439
RFP for administration of inmate canteen services; require certain standards for pricing of canteen items.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Corrections;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Scott
HB 440
Medicaid; provide for a database of electronic medical records of Medicaid recipients, with access by Medicaid providers.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Medicaid
Scott
HB 441
Comprehensive School Health Education Program; include additional components in and require school nurse to teach.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Education
Scott
HB 442
School districts; require certain policies and alternative curriculum if accountability rating at three lowest levels.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Education
Scott
HB 443
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All-terrain vehicles; establish ownership registration network for.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Perkins
HB 444
Districts under transformation status; prescribe guidelines for administration and governance for certain.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Education
Perkins
HB 445
'Mississippi Save Our Children Act'; create.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Education
Scott
HB 446
Prekindergarten; require State Department of Education to create 'ABC Program' to provide.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Scott
HB 447
'Health Careers Academy'; create for students in Grades 9 through 12.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Scott
HB 448
Insurance companies; require to offer property and casualty insurance if offered in another state.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Insurance
Scott
HB 449
Homework; require teachers to incorporate daily and weekly assignments into their curriculum.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Education
Scott
HB 450
'Dream Makers Program'; create as an after-school program for students in Grades 7 and 8.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Scott
HB 451
Writing curriculum; require SBE to establish curriculum for the teaching of cursive writing.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Education
Scott
HB 452
Ammunition; require record-keeping of sales for.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Scott
HB 453
School districts; prohibit from paying certain monies to MHSAA or like associations for participation in playoff games.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Education
Scott
HB 454
State Board of Education; require to develop curriculum and implement programs of conflict resolution.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Education
Scott
HB 455
Vision 2020: An Education Blueprint for the State of Mississippi; create.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Education;Universities and Colleges
Scott
HB 456
Mathematics and science instruction; enhance through new programs in middle schools.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Education
Scott
HB 457
HOPE Program; establish and develop system to re-enroll high school dropouts in programs leading to a high school diploma.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Scott
HB 458
SNAP recipients; must take TABE exam and achieve certain scores before will be exempt from work requirements.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Scott
HB 459
'21st Century Mississippi Training Initiative'; establish to increase access to college and career readiness.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Scott
HB 460
Home economics; require to be taught in 'D' and 'F' rated school districts.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Education
Scott
HB 461
Affidavit ballots; revise procedures regulating.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Scott
HB 462
Felony expungement; revise age.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Scott
HB 463
Food, toiletry items and undergarments sent to inmates; prohibit ban of by Department of Corrections if subjected to a search.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Corrections
Scott
HB 464
Universities and colleges; require to place 33% of bowl game revenue in escrow account to distribute to graduating athletes.
       01/05 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations
Scott
HB 465
Children's services and programs; require all state agencies to provide information relating to such in a list to the Legislature.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Scott
HB 466
Children's Resource Commission; create to coordinate and streamline the state's efforts to provide services to children.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A;Appropriations
Scott
HB 467
Elementary professional school counselors; allocate funds under Mississippi Adequate Education Program for.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Scott
HB 468
Appropriation; Health Department for additional funds for Office of Health Disparity Elimination.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Scott
HB 469
Appropriation; Health Department to provide funding to federally qualified health centers.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Scott
HB 470
Health Disparities Council; create.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Scott
HB 471
Task force to address the disparity of African-American males in the judicial system; create.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary B
Scott
HB 472
Public benefits; require drug testing for all recipients of state or local funded benefits.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Scott
HB 473
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Sales tax; exempt retail sales of certain electronics devices and school supplies during the last weekend in July.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Scott
HB 474
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Mississippi Retail Marijuana Code; create for the licensing and regulation of retail marijuana establishments.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Drug Policy;Judiciary A
Scott
HB 475
Delinquency of a minor; provide that those who cause minors to sell drugs or join gangs contribute to.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Scott
HB 476
School attendance; require for children who cannot score a 21 or higher on ACT until the child reaches 18 years of age.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education
Scott
HB 477
SNAP & TANF recipients; require those unemployed to take Test of Adult Basic Education.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Scott
HB 478
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Ad valorem taxes; exempt portion of value of real property located in a municipality from county levy.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Scott
HB 479
Mississippi Comprehensive Teen Pregnancy Prevention Act; create.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Scott
HB 480
Medicaid; expand eligibility under federal health care reform law.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Medicaid;Rules;et al
Scott
HB 481
Health and human services agencies; require to prepare videos with certain information for benefit recipients & others.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Scott
HB 482
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Medicaid; require participation in a medical home and require obese persons to participate in online program on obesity.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Medicaid
Scott
HB 483
TANF and Medicaid; require teenage recipients of to participate in programs about birth control, abstinence and parenting.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Scott
HB 484
Department of Corrections; provide certain educational programs for adult offenders.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Corrections;Appropriations
Scott
HB 485
Public assistance; require fathers of children receiving to participate in DHS Responsible Fatherhood Initiative program.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Scott
HB 486
Medicaid; children under age 18 in foster care are eligible for.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Medicaid;Appropriations
Scott
HB 487
Appropriation; Recreational Facilities Activity Program Fund administered by the State Department of Education.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Scott
HB 488
Elementary school curriculum; require instruction in manuscript (as well as cursive) handwriting.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education
Scott
HB 489
Local Government Records Committee; require to conduct study for waiving of certain retention schedules for county historical records.
       01/08 (H) Referred To County Affairs;Appropriations
Clarke
HB 490
Elected officials; require annual drug testing of to determine eligibility to receive their compensation.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Hopkins
HB 491
'Mississippi Student Safety Act'; prevent certain student restraint and seclusion procedures in schools.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education
Hopkins
HB 492
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Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize for supporters of former Sam M. Brinkley High School.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Clarke
HB 493
Deputy sheriffs; remove requirement to be qualified elector of the state.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Criswell
HB 494
School nutrition; require school districts to serve low-fat meals and snacks to students diagnosed as overweight.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education
Scott
HB 495
Nursing education; unspent TANF funds shall be spent to pay expenses of persons enrolled as part of workforce training.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Appropriations
Scott
HB 496
Body mass index (BMI); require schools to collect for certain students and provide to parents with an explanation.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education
Scott
HB 497
Health and human services agencies; require to prepare videos with certain information for benefit recipients and others.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Scott
HB 498
Socially and economically disadvantaged small business concerns; establish program to encourage participation in state contracts.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Appropriations
Scott
HB 499
Elections; require employers to let employees certain time off to vote in.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections;Workforce Development
Scott
HB 500
DHS; seek waivers to implement system to limit SNAP food purchases to percent of food groups in federal nutrition guide.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Scott
HB 501
Medicaid; redetermination of eligibility for shall be available by mail, and prohibit face-to-face requirement.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Medicaid
Scott
HB 502
Eleventh Grade students; require to take GED or High School Equivalency Test for senior early release privilege eligibility.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education
Scott
HB 503
State flag; change the design of.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Rules
Perkins
HB 504
Compulsory school attendance; require youth court petition to be filed after third unlawful absence and authorize imposition of community service for violations.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education;Judiciary B
Scott
HB 505
College and Career Readiness Planning Program; create.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education
Scott
HB 506
First grade enrollment; allow child who turns six on or before December 31 of certain year to start at the beginning of that school year.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education
Scott
HB 507
School attendance officers; require to visit home of certain children within 72 hours of unexcused absence.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education
Scott
HB 508
Nursing schools and programs; make eligible for funding to increase faculty if enrollment increases proportionately.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations
Scott
HB 509
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Economically Distressed Municipalities Development Act; create.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Scott
HB 510
Nutritional chart; require to be displayed prominently in school cafeteria.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Education
Scott
HB 511
Health and human services agencies; require to prepare video with nutrition and healthy eating information for benefit recipients.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Scott
HB 512
Engineering studies scholarship program; establish.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations
Scott
HB 513
Inmate collect phone calls; require rates to be set at a certain flat rate.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Corrections;Public Utilities
Scott
HB 514
Municipal minutes; revise procedure for making valid.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Municipalities
Scott
HB 515
Nonviolent offenders; authorize reduction of sentences for passage of end-of-course subject area tests by the offenders.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Corrections
Scott
HB 516
Medicaid; expand eligibility under federal health care law and under CHIP.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Medicaid;Rules;et al
Scott
HB 517
Appropriation; Mississippi Development Authority to fund minority disparity study.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Scott
HB 518
Out-of-State tuition; waive for nonresident children of Mississippi emergency service personnel killed in line of duty.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations
Bain
HB 519
MS Community College Board; implement Mississippi Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training (MI-BEST) on statewide basis.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges
Lamar
HB 520
Retirement; allow vested members of PERS to purchase credtiable service for service with non-PERS employers.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Lamar
HB 521
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Health screening; require annually for Medicaid, CHIP and State Health Plan recipients and participants.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Medicaid
Scott
HB 522
Small business health insurance pool; create.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Insurance
Scott
HB 523
CON; issue for nursing home in Jones County.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Scott
HB 524
Possession of cell phones and contraband by incarcerated offenders and correctional employees; provide enhanced penalty for.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Corrections
Bell (21st)
HB 525
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Vocational education; provide additional funding to school districts demonstrating needed enhancements for.
       01/16 (H) DR - TSDP: WD To AP
Bell (21st)
HB 526
Mississippi Workforce Development Study Committee; create.
       01/16 (H) DR - TSDPCS: WD To ED
Bell (21st)
HB 527
Appropriation; Department of Education for new program to make funding available to school districts for enhancing vocational education programs.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Bell (21st)
HB 528
Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act; create.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Clarke
HB 529
Sex education curriculum; revise program to require comprehensive, medically accurate, age and developmentally appropriate material.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education;Public Health and Human Services
Clarke
HB 530
Title pledge and check cashing businesses; prohibit from being located within five miles of postsecondary institution.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services
Clarke
HB 531
Child Care Advisory Council; create.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Appropriations
Clarke
HB 532
Fuel taxes; allocate a portion to the City of Jackson for the maintenance and construction of roads adjacent to Jackson State University.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Transportation;Ways and Means
Clarke
HB 533
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Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with making road and street improvements near Jackson State University.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Clarke
HB 534
Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law; revise certain provisions regarding leisure and recreation districts.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Young
HB 535
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Local privilege taxes; eliminate.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Hopkins
HB 536
Teachers' salaries; provide for $2,000.00 increase over four years at $500.00/year beginning with the 2018-2019 term.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Hopkins
HB 537
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Ad valorem tax; revise assessment rate for motor vehicles.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Hopkins
HB 538
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Sales tax; reduce rate on retail sales of motorcycles.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Hopkins
HB 539
Welfare Policy Institute within the IHL board; repeal.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges
Hopkins
HB 540
School year; require to be calculated by hours to provide greater flexibility.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education
Hopkins
HB 541
The Mississippi Anti-Gang Act; create.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Gipson
HB 542
Enhanced carry firearms license; authorize to be carried onto public property.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Gipson
HB 543
State Crime Lab; revise procedure required for destruction of biological evidence.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Gipson
HB 544
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Mississippi Benefit Corporation Act; create.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Paden
HB 545
Mississippi Civil Rights Act; create.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Hines
HB 546
Adverse possession; require possessor to notify chancery clerk before title vests.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Rushing
HB 547
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Justice court judges; revise position to be nonpartisan and part-time for.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Sanford
HB 548
Landlord-tenant law; revise certain provisions related to the nonpayment of rent.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Johnson (87th)
HB 549
Cemeteries; authorize the right to acquire a convenient right-of-way for relatives.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Barton
HB 550
Jointly held property; authorize to be sold by broker in a commercially reasonable manner.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Reynolds
HB 551
Appeals by the State or a municipal corporation; revise options for.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Gipson
HB 552
Manufactured and mobile homes; revise procedure for retiring title.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Snowden
HB 553
Research studies; clarify parental consent required for unemancipated minors to participate in.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Mettetal
HB 554
Will registry; require chancery clerk to maintain.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Scott
HB 555
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Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds to school districts for vocational education improvements.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Bell (21st)
HB 556
Proclamation of a local emergency; allow boards of supervisors to authorize certain county officials to declare.
       01/08 (H) Referred To County Affairs
Henley
HB 557
Surplus county road department equipment; authorize transfer to any other county department upon vote of board of supervisors.
       01/08 (H) Referred To County Affairs
Henley
HB 558
Public purchasing and bid law requirements; authorize prequalification of contractors on 'high complexity construction projects'.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Weathersby
HB 559
DFA; authorize to enter into lease with nonprofit entity for the development of Pediatric Care Facility.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Property
Weathersby
HB 560
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Family Empowerment Initiative; create.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services
Wooten
HB 561
Expunction; revise.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Wooten
HB 562
Unemployment benefits; remove one-week waiting period for.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Appropriations
Wooten
HB 563
Mortgages; establish foreclosure procedures giving borrowers a chance to modify their loans first.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services
Wooten
HB 564
Nursing homes; require to purchase and maintain a minimum amount of liability insurance.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Insurance
Wooten
HB 565
Motor vehicles; require to move from left lane when being overtaken.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Transportation
Anderson
HB 566
MS Highway Safety Patrol officers; authorize to work nongovernmental jobs.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Anderson
HB 567
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Sales tax; exempt retail sales of school supplies during the last weekend in July.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Bomgar *
HB 568
Ad valorem taxes; require purchases of land sold for taxes to provide copy of sale receipt to owner of land sold.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Eubanks
HB 569
Tuition; waive at universities and colleges for children of Mississippi service members killed in action.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations
Henley
HB 570
School districts; provide strategy to promote holistic educational efficiency and opportunities for all students.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education
Young
HB 571
Check cashers; require to extend one check to cover amount of loan for all loans exceeding $100.00.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services
Wooten
HB 572
Appropriation; Jackson Public School District for costs of repair/renovation of schools and operation of district.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Wooten
HB 573
Tort immunity; remove specific exemption when police action results in serious injury or death.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Wooten
HB 574
Property exempt from seizure; expand exemption for cash on hand to include funds in a financial institution account.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A;Banking and Financial Services
Wooten
HB 575
Financial Literacy Program; expand grades in which school district may implement.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education
Wooten
HB 576
School discipline plans; require districts to provide alternative approach to expulsion, suspension and isolation.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education
Wooten
HB 577
Appropriation; City of Jackson for additional police officers and vehicles.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Wooten
HB 578
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Check cashers; reduce maximum rate of interest that may be charged for cashing checks.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services
Wooten
HB 579
Mortgages; establish alternative foreclosure procedures giving borrowers a chance to modify their loans first.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services
Wooten
HB 580
Appropriation; MDE to assist parents in paying school districts for cost of lost/damaged electronic devices assigned to students.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Young
HB 581
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Hotel renovation projects sales tax incentive; authorize for certain projects.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Young
HB 582
Public employees; exempt from bad check fees caused by error in direct deposit made by their employer or retirement system.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services
Young
HB 583
'The Digital Access Learning and Virtual Instruction Program Act of 2018'; enact.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Young
HB 584
Wireless learning environments; require school districts to develop and implement within two years.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Young
HB 585
School district efficiency; conduct feasibility study on the administration of.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education
Young
HB 586
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Window tint; increase inspection fee and use a portion for Trooper training expenses.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Transportation;Ways and Means
Young
HB 587
Homestead exemption; establish location filed as strong but rebuttable presumption of candidate's residence for election purposes.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Young
HB 588
Mississippi Tuition Subsidy Forgivable Loan; create.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations
Young
HB 589
Home rule improvement; enact for local school districts.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education
Young
HB 590
Highway Patrol; impose assessment for certain violations to defray expenses of.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Young
HB 591
Venomous snakes; classify as inherently dangerous to humans and unlawful to possess without a permit.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks
Banks
HB 592
Official state song; designate 'Queen of the South' as second official state song.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Tourism
Weathersby
HB 593
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Pearl River Basin Development District; provide that it shall be dissolved and DFA shall assume powers of.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Read
HB 594
Capers Avenue property; authorize DFA to transfer to the Mayor and Council of the City of Jackson, Mississippi.
       01/16 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
Weathersby
This bill allows the state to transfer a piece of property in Jackson to the city government, where it can be more effectively used.
HB 595
Teachers; revise duties and responsibilities relating to student assessment and achievement before promotion.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education
Young
HB 596
State service employees; prohibit sexual orientation or gender identity discrimination of.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Workforce Development
Anderson
HB 597
Mississippi Home Corporation Act; prohibit sexual orientation or gender identity discrimination from occurring in connection with.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Workforce Development
Anderson
HB 598
Eminent domain; require disclosure of comparative appraisals to property owners whose property is taken by.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Henley
HB 599
Legal holidays; declare last Monday of April as Civil Rights Memorial Day as well as Confederate Memorial Day.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Rules
Banks
HB 600
Photograph identification; require for persons 12 years of age or older.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Ways and Means
Young
HB 601
Autocycles; revise definition of.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Transportation
Johnson (87th)
HB 602
Country of Origin Labels; clarify labeling of covered commodities.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Agriculture;Public Health and Human Services
Banks
HB 603
Circuit Judges; add to the Seventh Circuit Court District.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Banks
HB 604
Automated consumer electronic device purchasing machines; prohibit in the state.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services
Banks
HB 605
Public schools; clarify authority of local law enforcement agencies to prevent and investigate crimes on property of.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Banks
HB 606
Marriage license; require previously married applicant to provide certified copy of divorce or annulment when applying for.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Banks
HB 607
Law enforcement; require pursuit policy of alleged crime perpetrator.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Banks
HB 608
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Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds for improvements to Jackson Zoo.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Banks
HB 609
Contracts; require to be written in large print.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Banks
HB 610
Jury consultants; prohibit contact with certain jurors.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Banks
HB 611
Breast-feeding; revise and strengthen statutes supporting and promoting.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Judiciary A
Banks
HB 612
Municipal courts; prohibit requirement that individuals have a photo I.D. to enter into such courts.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Banks
HB 613
DOC's evaluation of requests for proposals for canteen services; require interested third parties to have reasonable prices for services.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Corrections;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Banks
HB 614
Inmates convicted of capital offenses; provide parole eligibility after certain requirements are met.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary B
Banks
HB 615
Scholastic year; increase number of days for schools with an accountability rating of 'D' or 'F.'
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Banks
HB 616
Perpetual care cemeteries, new; require certain acreage and trust fund deposit to establish.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Banks
HB 617
Life insurance; authorize funeral services provider to obtain certain information regarding a deceased's.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Insurance;Judiciary A
Banks
HB 618
Religious Freedom Act; repeal along with Protecting Freedom of Conscience from Government Discrimination Act.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Banks
HB 619
Personal care homes; require licensure and regulation of those providing living arrangements for one or more persons.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Banks
HB 620
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Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of building for School of Public Health at Jackson State University.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Banks
HB 621
Funeral home and chapel; prohibit Board of Funeral Service from regulating size of.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Banks
HB 622
Crimes; create for unauthorized use of minor's name and social security number as dependent on income tax return.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Banks
HB 623
Oxycontin pills; limit RX to 75 pills per RX unless patient is hospitalized or in nursing home.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Drug Policy
Banks
HB 624
Judges; provide additional judge for Seventh Circuit Court District.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Banks
HB 625
Department of Corrections; require to provide certain notice to certain city before offender is released.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Corrections
Banks
HB 626
Fuel taxes; allocate a portion to the City of Jackson to defray costs incurred as a result of being the seat of state government.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Transportation;Ways and Means
Banks
HB 627
Firearms; revise limits placed on counties and municipalities to regulate.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Banks
HB 628
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Bonds; authorize issuance for repair and renovation of Rose E. McCoy Auditorium at Jackson State University.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Banks
HB 629
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Bonds; authorize issuance for repair and renovation of College of Education and Human Development at Jackson State University.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Banks
HB 630
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Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Jackson with removal and demolition of certain dilapidated and blighted properties.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Banks
HB 631
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Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds to assist JSU with Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Program.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Banks
HB 632
Courts; prohibit from requiring identification.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Banks
HB 633
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Bonds; authorize issuance to assist with improvements to Smith Park in Jackson.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Wooten
HB 634
Driver's license; revise requirements and create certificate for driving.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Transportation
Sykes
HB 635
State podiatric forgivable loan program; create.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations
Banks
HB 636
Legislature; allow PERS retirees to receive retirement allowance while serving as a member of.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Banks
HB 637
Mandatory minimum sentences for crimes committed by offenders; revise which offenders are eligible for.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary B
Banks
HB 638
Violent offenders, certain; may be paroled by Parole Board if sentencing judge authorizes parole consideration.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary B
Banks
HB 639
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Fuel tax; authorize certain municipalities to impose after an election to be used for road and bridge repair/maintenance.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Banks
HB 640
Earned time allowance; revise which offenders are eligible for.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary B
Banks
HB 641
Corrections; authorize to administer the 'Halfway House Grant Program.'
       01/08 (H) Referred To Corrections
Banks
HB 642
Mississippi Prison Industries; require to pay inmates federal minimum wage for inmate labor.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Corrections
Banks
HB 643
Case plans for inmates who committed violent offenses; require certain programs be placed within.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary B
Banks
HB 644
Case plans for inmates who committed capital offenses; require certain programs be placed within.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary B
Banks
HB 645
Conjugal visits; require Department of Corrections to provide for married inmates.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Corrections
Banks
HB 646
Department of Corrections; require implementation of an Extended Family Visitation Program for eligible offenders.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Corrections
Banks
HB 647
Credit reports; prohibit release of information unless authorized by the consumer.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services
Banks
HB 648
Chancery court; authorize to have certain persons to be committed to a mental facility.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Banks
HB 649
Hospitals; require to examine persons at ER with sickle cell disease symptoms within four hours after admission.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Banks
HB 650
Crime; create for accidents caused by drivers of stolen vehicles.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Banks
HB 651
Disabled person's vehicle tag; remove requirement for physician's certification for annual renewal.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Transportation
Banks
HB 652
Early voting; require Secretary of State to authorize for overseas military.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Banks
HB 653
Case plans for nonviolent inmates; require certain programs be placed within.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary B
Banks
HB 654
Voter rolls; prohibit purging names from Statewide Elections Management System 60 days or less before the date of any election.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Banks
HB 655
Voluntary search; regulate for those who are not under arrest.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Bell (65th)
HB 656
Highways; add segments of certain roads within the corporate limits of the City of Jackson to the state highway system.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Transportation;Appropriations
Banks
HB 657
Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote; create.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections;Constitution
Banks
HB 658
Funeral director assistants; authorize to perform all activities of funeral directors with certain exception.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Banks
HB 659
Retirement; county boards attorneys and city attorneys shall be members of PERS regardless of hours/week worked.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Banks
HB 660
Funeral services; require payment for before body may be transferred from one funeral home to another.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Banks
HB 661
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Fire protection districts; prohibit boards of supervisors from taxing real properties annexed by municipalities.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Banks
HB 662
Tax Returns Uniformly Made Public Act; create.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections;Constitution
Banks
HB 663
State Life Insurance; revise eligibility for active and retired legislators.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Insurance;Appropriations
Banks
HB 664
Circuit Court Districts; authorize an additional district attorney and criminal investigator for the 7th.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Banks
HB 665
Department of Agriculture and Commerce; designate as state agency responsible for enforcement of FDA's Produce Safety Rule Program under the FMSA.
       01/16 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
Pigott
This bill expands the role and intrusiveness of government by granting new powers to the Department of Agriculture to inspect privately owned farms, in conjunction with the federal Food and Drug Administration. It also gives the commissioner an open-ended authority to write new regulations restricting the operation of private businesses.
HB 666
'Mississippi Soil and Plant Amendment Law'; revise to require annual reporting of net tonnage distributed in the state.
       01/16 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
Pigott
This bill slightly reduces regulation on businesses by changing a quarterly reporting requirement to an annual one for distributors of agricultural products.
HB 667
Equal Opportunity for Students with Special Needs Act; expand eligibility to include students who have had a Section 504 Plan.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education
Weathersby
HB 668
Vagrants and tramps; revise and repeal laws regarding.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Criswell
HB 669
Sixteenth section land; provide lessees of agricultural leases final right to extend by matching highest bid received.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Agriculture
Pigott
HB 670
Drug overdose; authorize cities and counties to utilize naloxone to reverse.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Drug Policy
Banks
HB 671
Arbitration clause; considered nonbinding in certain contracts.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Banks
HB 672
Exceptional children; require school districts to develop policy for the discipline of.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education
Banks
HB 673
Boards of education; require those in districts having a mayor-council form of government to be elected.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Education
Banks
HB 674
Chancery clerk; require to remove social security numbers from land transfer deeds.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Banks
HB 675
Body-worn cameras; prohibit law enforcement from recreating past activities with.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Banks
HB 676
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Mississippi State Fair; require all amusement ride operators to pass drug test.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Drug Policy
Banks
HB 677
Domestic terrorism; create state crime with penalty of life imprisonment.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Banks
HB 678
Jackson Metropolitan Area Airport Authority; repeal.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Ports, Harbors and Airports
Banks
HB 679
Life insurance; authorize funeral services provider to obtain certain info within two business days.
       01/08 (H) Referred To Insurance
Banks
HB 680
Hospital records; delete provision requiring notice before retiring X-ray film or graphic data.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Judiciary A
Bain
HB 681
Adoption; revise home study and residency requirements.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Bain
HB 682
Cemeteries and preneed contracts; require those covered or funded by a trust to have surety bond to protect owners or insureds.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Bain
HB 683
Contractors; require to have state tax identification number and workers' compensation insurance when bidding on public projects.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Bain
HB 684
Out-of-state transfer students; authorize participation in athletic and extracurricular activities of new school of enrollment.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Education
Bain
HB 685
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Income tax; revise tax credit for child adoption expenses.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
McNeal
HB 686
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Sales tax; exempt retail sales of school supplies during the first weekend in August.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
McNeal
HB 687
Counties; clarify jurisdiction over roads originally constructed as a state highway.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Transportation
McNeal
HB 688
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Nonpartisan preferential elections; authorize counties and municipalities to hold election to decide whether to have.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
McNeal
HB 689
School districts; provide incentive to rehire retired teachers who may continue to draw retirement benefits.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Hopkins
HB 690
Counties and cities; authorize to employ private firms, subject to the approval of State Auditor; to perform certain audits of.
       01/16 (H) DR - TSDP: CA To MU
Snowden
HB 691
Sales tax; increase diversion to municipalities.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Snowden
HB 692
Alienation of affection; abolish all causes of action regarding.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Snowden *
HB 693
Ad valorem tax; revise certain provisions regarding appeal of assessment.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Barton
HB 694
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Sales tax; exempt sale of tangible personal property or services to Natchez Children's Services.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Mims
HB 695
Homestead exemption; revise certain provisions regarding application for.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Hopkins
HB 696
Cell site simulator device; require law enforcement agencies to obtain warrant before using.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Public Utilities;Judiciary B
Hopkins
HB 697
Concealed weapons; authorize license holders to carry on campuses of higher education institutions.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Hopkins
HB 698
Traffic signal lights; direct MDOT to install and operate at certain intersection in DeSoto County.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Transportation;Appropriations
Henley
HB 699
Teachers salaries; provide for $4,000.00 increase over four years at $1,000.00/year beginning with the 2018-2019 term.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Paden
HB 700
Delta State University; authorize to transfer certain real property to Coahoma Community College.
       01/17 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Comm Sub
Paden
This bill gives Delta State University the authority to transfer property to Coahoma Community College, where it can be used more effectively.
HB 701
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Special sales tax; authorize imposition of 1% or 2% for capital projects and/or tourism for municipalities after passage of referendum.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
McNeal
HB 702
State flag; revise design of.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Rules
Williams-Barnes
HB 703
Pyramid promotional schemes; regulate.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Baker
HB 704
Department of Revenue law enforcement officers; remove limit on employees that may be designated as.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Baker
HB 705
Automated sales suppression devices; prohibit.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Baker
HB 706
Tort Claims Act; revise notice of claim requirements.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Baker
HB 707
Radar; authorize sheriffs and deputies to use on county roads outside municipalities with supervisors' approval.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Transportation;Appropriations
Baker
HB 708
%
Licensed professional counselors; revise titles, qualifications and fees of.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Touchstone
HB 709
Prescription Drugs Consumer Affordable Alternative Payment Options Act; create.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Mims
HB 710
Livestock facilities; delete repealer on authority of certain organizations to hold livestock shows at no charge in.
       01/16 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
Pigott
This bill extends a law which allows groups like 4-H and the Cattlemen's association to hold up to 3 events annually a state-funded arenas at no charge.
HB 711
%$
Transportation funding districts; provide referendum to be held in each to approve sales tax for road improvements.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Transportation;Ways and Means
Reynolds
HB 712
School recognition program; clarify eligible personnel to receive salary supplement.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Arnold
HB 713
Medicaid; prohibit division from implementing or operating any managed care program after July 1, 2019.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Medicaid
Arnold
HB 714
%
School choice; establish statewide open enrollment for public school students.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Education
Arnold
HB 715
Appropriation; Mississippi Community College Board to provide mid-level funding for community colleges.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Arnold
HB 716
Appropriation; Local System Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation Fund.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Arnold
HB 717
Equal pay for equal work; require for employees of opposite sex in the same work establishment.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A
Arnold
HB 718
Appropriation; MDA for Small Municipalities and Limited Population Counties Grant Program.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Arnold
HB 719
End-of-course assessments; remove mandatory requirement of passing score as a condition of graduation.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Education
Miles
HB 720
Bail; provide imposition of by courts, under certain circumstances, when no other conditions will ensure defendant's court appearance.
       01/09 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Bomgar
HB 721
Schools of practical nursing; transfer authority for accreditation of from MS Community College Board to MS Board of Nursing.
       01/17 (H) DR - TSDP: UC To PH
Mettetal
HB 722
*
Use tax; use portion of revenue to assist municipalities and counties with road and bridge improvements.
       01/15 (H) Motion to Reconsider Entered (Baker, Smith, Lamar)
Gunn
This bill diverts a portion of state use tax collections back to cities and counties to help finance road repair.
HB 723
Trusty status and earned time allowances; revise eligibility criteria for offenders.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Corrections
Horan
HB 724
Headlights; require to be used whenever windshield wipers necessitated.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Transportation
Horan
HB 725
Casinos; revise locations in Tunica County where may locate.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Gaming
Burnett
HB 726
Fire protection funds; authorize at least 25% to be used for recurring expenses.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Insurance
Horan
HB 727
Mortgages and deeds of trust; require the loan amount and maturity date to be included for those that are to be recorded.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services
Horan
HB 728
Behavioral medication for certain youth in detention centers; require second opinion before prescribing.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Youth and Family Affairs;Public Health and Human Services
Dixon
HB 729
Tort Claims Act; revise damages over a five-year period.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Smith
HB 730
Sales tax; revise provisions regarding denial/revocation of permit due to unpaid tax liability.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Smith
HB 731
%$
Capitol Complex Improvement District projects; authorize DFA to incur short-term debt to implement and administer projects.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Smith
HB 732
%$
Bonds; authorize issuance for the Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Smith
HB 733
Commissioner of Banking and Consumer Finance; provide for salary of.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services;Appropriations
Smith
HB 734
Appropriation; Mississippi Main Street Association for providing program assistance related to downtown development.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Smith
HB 735
Tax forfeited land; remove the waiting period on applications to purchase.
       01/16 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
Weathersby
This bill allows the state to more quickly dispose of tax forfeited land by removing the 30 day waiting requirement for the application.
HB 736
Space Optimization Act; create to implement efficient assignment and use of office space in state buildings.
       01/16 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
Weathersby
This bill aims to reduce the cost of operating state government by requiring that existing office space is considered before agencies decide to lease space not owned by the government. The state currently owns properties that are vacant, and this bill could help reduce costs.
HB 737
%
Medicaid; delete specific services covered under and authorize division to determine covered services.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Medicaid
Baker
HB 738
Motor vehicle liability insurance; increase minimum coverage required.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Insurance
Horan
HB 739
Female genital mutilation; create the crime of.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Currie
HB 740
Compulsory-school-age child; revise definition of by increasing required age to 18 years.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Currie
HB 741
Insurance premium tax; rebate to counties a portion of revenue generated from homeowners insurance policies.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Insurance;Ways and Means
Hughes
HB 742
'Mississippi Joint Municipal Law Enforcement Act'; create.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Municipalities;Judiciary A
Clark
HB 743
State lottery; enact and provide $25 million of proceeds to 25 poorest school districts.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Gaming;Ways and Means;et al
Clark
HB 744
Crimes; provide enhanced penalties for stalking if electronic tracking device used.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
DeLano
HB 745
Residential builders/remodelers; revise licensing law.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
DeLano
HB 746
Windstorm insurance; require cumulative deductible for named storms occurring in same calendar year.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Insurance
DeLano
HB 747
Excess state funds; authorize a portion of to be invested in bonds issued, assumed or guaranteed by the State of Israel.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Zuber
HB 748
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Bonds; authorize issuance for IHL capital improvements.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Smith
HB 749
School teachers; require those with nonrenewable special license to obtain standard licensure within three years of employment.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Currie
HB 750
School attendance and absenteeism; revise to 50% for purposes of determining ADA.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Currie
HB 751
Graduation rates; revise method of reporting for accountability purposes by providing five-year completion option.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Currie
HB 752
Dyslexia and speech therapy screenings; require school districts to provide for and accept independent evaluations.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Dixon
HB 753
School superintendents; revise qualifications of.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Clark
HB 754
County courts; authorize appointment of special judge in case of overcrowded docket.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Roberson
HB 755
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Sales tax; exempt certain sales of tangible personal property and services to churches.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Eubanks
HB 756
MS Highway 15 North; designate segment as the 'John David Pennebaker Memorial Highway.'
       01/11 (H) Referred To Transportation;Appropriations
Rogers (14th)
HB 757
Federal law enforcement officers; include as an employee for the State Tort Claims Act.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Eure
HB 758
Thermal imaging or heat amplifying device; prohibit use of when hunting, taking or killing deer at night.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks
Bounds
HB 759
%
County officials; increase the salaries of certain.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Barton
HB 760
%
Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; reauthorize issuance to supporters of the oil and gas industry.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Sanford
HB 761
Homestead exemption; revise certain provisions regarding filing application for.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Miles
HB 762
Arbitration agreement; authorize consumer of nonconforming vehicle to opt out and submit to informal procedure.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Tullos
HB 763
Honor and Remember Flag; designate as state symbol honoring military members who lost their lives while serving.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Rules;Military Affairs
Tullos
HB 764
Public waterways; impose Class I violation for the unlawful operation of certain vehicles in the bed of.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Conservation and Water Resources
Tullos
HB 765
%$
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist New Site Water Association with repair of a water tank.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Arnold
HB 766
MS Fair Commission; authorize to purchase certain property located in City of Jackson and contiguous to the State Fairgrounds.
       01/16 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
Weathersby
This bill grows the size of government by allowing the state to purchase more property in downtown Jackson for potential use by the State Fair Commission.
HB 767
Department of Mental Health; authorize to sell certain state-owned real property in Waveland, MS.
       01/16 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
Weathersby
This bill reduces the size of government by allowing the Department of Mental Health to sell a property currently owned by the state.
HB 768
'Distributed Energy Resource Program' and 'Net Energy Metering Program'; create.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Energy;Public Utilities
Baria
HB 769
Health insurance policies; delete age limitation on requirement to provide autism-related coverage.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Insurance
Massengill
HB 770
%
Funeral directing; issue license for to persons who meet certain criteria and apply within 30 days.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Williams-Barnes
HB 771
Contractors; require to submit signed agreement acknowledging certain information when submitting a bid.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A
Williams-Barnes
HB 772
Youth Employment Grant Program; create.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Youth and Family Affairs;Workforce Development
Karriem
HB 773
MS Windstorm Underwriting Association; increase reinsurance amount to cover 250 year storm.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Insurance
Baria
HB 774
Voter enfranchisement; create joint legislative study committee on.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Denny
HB 775
Occupational licensing boards; revise how certain prior convictions are used by.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Bomgar
HB 776
Mississippi Health Care Industry Zone Act; revise areas that may be certified as a health care industry zone.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Gipson
HB 777
Evidentiary Standards; revise certain.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Gipson
HB 778
Appropriation; State Public Defender for contracting with attorneys to represent indigent parents in certain cases.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Gipson
HB 779
Child Death Review Panel; require to report all child deaths to Department of Child Protection Services and law enforcement.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Gipson
HB 780
Extracurricular activities; prohibit participation in by schools and districts with 'F' accountability or under SDE takeover.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Gipson
HB 781
%$
Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds for improvements to the Jackson Zoo and Livingston Park.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Calhoun
HB 782
%$
Special local improvement assessment districts; authorize municipalities to create.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Calhoun
HB 783
Public schools; require brief moment of quiet reflection at start of each school day.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Calhoun
HB 784
Prescription drugs; require Attorney General to compile certain lists of those essential for treating diabetes and costs of.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Drug Policy
Dortch
HB 785
State agency advertising procurements; require approval by Public Procurement Review Board.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Baria
HB 786
Nonadjudication of criminal case; includes crimes listed as crimes of violence under Section 97-3-2 for felonies.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Horan
HB 787
Athlete agency contracts; revise liabilities of.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Lamar
HB 788
Mississippi Major Economic Impact Authority; revise certain authority concerning loan for certain economic development project.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Lamar
HB 789
MS Workers' Compensation Commission; return to a special fund agency.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Brown
HB 790
Beer and light wine; allow certain cities and towns with a population of 1,000 or more to hold elections to permit the sale of.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Tullos
HB 791
Alcoholic beverages; revise where holders of Class 1 or 2 manufacturer's permit may manufacture and distribute in wet counties.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Zuber
HB 792
MS Debt Management Services Act; exclude certain debt management service providers from the definition of 'debt management service provider' under.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services
Zuber
HB 793
City of Jackson; require state to compensate for transfer of control of airport to JMAAA.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ports, Harbors and Airports;Appropriations
Calhoun
HB 794
%
Mississippi Public-Private Partnership Act of 2018; create.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Public Property
Weathersby
HB 795
Corporate name; remove limitations on authority of the board of directors to change.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Zuber
HB 796
Reverse auctions in public purchases; make applicable only to agencies.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
McNeal
HB 797
Property exempt from seizure under execution or attachment; increase value of homestead exemption.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Tullos
HB 798
Casino parking facilities; prohibit state from prohibiting or impeding use as storm shelter.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Gaming
Baria
HB 799
Telemedicine; revise certain provisions relating to coverage and reimbursement for services.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Mims
HB 800
Earned-release supervision; require Parole Board to approve before offender is released on.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Corrections
Gipson
HB 801
Children; authorize emergency placement in home of a relative.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Gipson
HB 802
Sexual battery; conform statute of limitation for to same as rape.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Gipson
HB 803
Certified poll managers; revise number to be designated as.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Denny
HB 804
Voter identifications; provide procedure for presenting in municipal elections.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Denny
HB 805
Habitual offenders; authorize DA and circuit court to reduce maximum sentence.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Gipson
HB 806
Alcorn County MDOC property; authorize DFA to transfer certain to City of Corinth, MS and Alcorn County, MS.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Public Property
Bain
HB 807
School property; exempt requirement for automatic reverter when property is conveyed to the United States.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Public Property
Bain
HB 808
County prosecuting attorney; authorize certain counties to employ on full-time basis.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Touchstone
HB 809
Humane Society; revise criteria for exemption from registration and reporting requirements for charitable organizations.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Wilson
HB 810
Service of process on in-state charities; clarify.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Wilson
HB 811
%
MS Credit Availability Act, Title Pledge Act, and Check Cashers Act; extend repealer on certain provisions of.
       01/16 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
White
This bill extends a regulation that limits participation in the credit market in this state. The law imposes regulations on individuals operating credit businesses. This limits competition, drives up the price of these services, and it outside the proper role of government.
HB 812
%
Sales tax; revise provisions regarding contractors using material purchase certificate to purchase materials that do not become component part of structure.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Smith
HB 813
%
Mississippi Underground Storage Tank Act of 1988; revise tank regulatory fee provisions and create the Underground Storage Tank Advisory Council.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Smith
HB 814
%$
Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds for the Mississippi Watershed repair and Rehabilitation Coast-Share Program.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Smith
HB 815
Insurance; provide depreciation may be applied in certain property loss claims.
       01/16 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
Touchstone
This bill reduces the role of government by giving insurers more authority in determining how to pay claims. Specifically, it allows them to account for depreciation.
HB 816
Parole Board; revise notification time frame given to victim when the offender is to be released by the board.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Corrections
Williams-Barnes
HB 817
Automatic voter registration; authorize for those who apply for the issuance, renewal or change of address of motor vehicle driver's license.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Williams-Barnes
HB 818
Department of Corrections; revise notification time frame given to certain local law enforcement when an offender is to be released from custody of.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Corrections
Williams-Barnes
HB 819
Compulsory school age; revise definition to include children who attain the age of five years before September 1.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Williams-Barnes
HB 820
Student expulsions; require mandatory reporting of to the State Department of Education.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Williams-Barnes
HB 821
Alternative school programs; clarify terms and require additional information to be included in annual report on.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Williams-Barnes
HB 822
Conflict resolution; require school districts to report to SDE on positive behavioral intervention practices.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Williams-Barnes
HB 823
School districts; require to report use of alternatives to suspension included in district's discipline plans to SDE.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Williams-Barnes
HB 824
Special fund; create for deposit of funds from Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Bomgar
HB 825
Youth Unemployment Task Force; create.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Youth and Family Affairs;Workforce Development
Karriem
HB 826
Perpetual care cemeteries; provide criminal penalties for violation of law regulating.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Snowden
HB 827
%
Manufactured or mobile home; provide for legal registration as real or personal property.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Snowden
HB 828
%$
Sales tax; exempt admissions to certain events sponsored by municipalities.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Bennett
HB 829
'Mississippi Vision for Better Learning Program'; implement to require comprehensive eye examination for first-time students.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Bennett
HB 830
Open container of alcohol; create offense for.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Horan
HB 831
Clothing allowance; increase for certain employees employed by a sheriff's office.
       01/11 (H) Referred To County Affairs
Horan
HB 832
%
Bond fee, certain; remove imposition of for person who appeals a conviction and posts a bond conditioned for appearance.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Horan
HB 833
End-of-course assessments; remove mandatory requirement of passing score as a condition for graduation.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Dixon
HB 834
School textbooks; require districts to purchase new books first using district allocations and certain MAEP funds.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Dixon
HB 835
Tobacco products; revise minimum age to purchase and revise fines for violations.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Dixon
HB 836
Youth returning to school from certain out-of-home placement; prohibit automatic placement in alternative school.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Youth and Family Affairs;Education
Dixon
HB 837
Israel; prohibit state fund investments in and state or local contracts with companies that boycott.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Bell (21st)
HB 838
Nurse practitioners; require to display on all signage the name of their collaborating physician.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Clark *
HB 839
Correspondence courses; repeal provisions relating to requirement of permits to conduct, fees, revocation of permits and penalties.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Bennett
HB 840
Ship Island charter vessels; authorize permit to sell alcoholic beverages.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Bennett
HB 841
National Collegiate Athletic Association Fairness in F.A.C.T. Investigation Act of 2018; create.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges
Lamar
HB 842
Professional bail agents; require to hold collateral or take security interest in collateral for certain bail bonds.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Turner
HB 843
Professional bail agent license; revise personal surety amount of qualification bond.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Turner
HB 844
Insurance; prohibit delaying medical bill payment of insured for purpose of establishing subrogation rights.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Insurance;Judiciary A
Baria
HB 845
%$
Income tax; allow a credit to grocers for part of cost of purchasing locally grown or produced agricultural products.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Baria
HB 846
%$
Bonds; authorize issuance for improvements to Old Whitfield Road in Rankin County.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Calhoun
HB 847
%$
Income tax; revise provisions regarding net income of nonresidents, certain definitions and certain business deductions.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Calhoun
HB 848
%$
Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds to assist Hinds County in construction of the Byram-Clinton Parkway project.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Calhoun
HB 849
Trucks; remove the requirement that visibility must be bad from the requirement to reduce speed during inclement weather.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Transportation
Calhoun
HB 850
Appropriation; Hinds County to fund centralized wastewater treatment system to service Byram-Clinton corridor area.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Calhoun
HB 851
Ad valorem tax; reimburse City of Jackson for tax loss that results from state ownership of property.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Calhoun
HB 852
Motor vehicles; require insurance sticker indicating valid motor vehicle insurance.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Insurance
Calhoun
HB 853
State employees; employers shall pay for 2 years accumulated comp time of upon termination or death of.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Calhoun
HB 854
Minimum wage; authorize a statewide ballot initiative to determine state increase.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Apportionment and Elections
Calhoun
HB 855
Election commissioner; remove requirement to resign one year before qualifying for another office.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Calhoun
HB 856
Workers' Compensation Law; reduce certain repayment to employer after third party lawsuit due to attributable fault.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Insurance;Judiciary A
Baria
HB 857
Compulsory School Attendance Law; lower mandatory age to five years.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Baria
HB 858
Administrative Procedures Act; revise effective period for temporary rules adopted under.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Wilson
HB 859
ADHD medications; provider must have second opinion and provide information to parents before prescribing.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Dixon
HB 860
Comprehensive Hurricane Damage Mitigation Program; provide funding and specify mitigation standard.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Insurance
Baria
HB 861
Insurance companies; prohibit payment of loss ratio bonus to agents.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Insurance
Baria
HB 862
Mississippi Windstorm Underwriting Association; require replacement cost coverage.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Insurance
Baria
HB 863
MS Windstorm Underwriting Association; mandate to write policies on IBHS FORTIFIED homes.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Insurance
Baria
HB 864
The Evelyn Gandy Fair Pay Act; create.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A
Baria
HB 865
Unfair Claims Settlement Practices Act; create under authority of Insurance Commissioner.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Insurance;Judiciary A
Baria
HB 866
Medicaid; provide coverage for certain children if federal authority or funding for CHIP is terminated.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Medicaid
Dortch
HB 867
%$
Income tax; authorize credit for certain child care expenses, child care centers and child care teachers and directors.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Dortch
HB 868
Private correctional facilities contractor; must have ability to use local vendors when providing services to offenders.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Corrections;Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Faulkner
HB 869
%$
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Hinds County with development of regional wastewater treatment center.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Calhoun
HB 870
%$
Bonds; authorize to renovate portion of the Metrocenter Mall to house the Hinds Community College Workforce Development Training Center.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Calhoun
HB 871
%$
Special local improvement assessment districts; authorize municipalities to create.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Calhoun
HB 872
Common Core and MS College and Career Readiness Standards; prohibit implements of.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Henley
HB 873
Commissioner of Insurance; may adopt rules and regulations that pertain to drug formularies.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Insurance
Chism
HB 874
%
Contraceptives; require insurers, Medicaid and the State Health Plan to cover without cost sharing.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Insurance;Public Health and Human Services
Dortch
HB 875
%$
Corporate corridor redevelopment zones; authorize designation of and certain tax incentives for qualified businesses.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Calhoun
HB 876
Child Death Review Panel; extend repealer on.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
White
HB 877
Prison Overcrowding Emergency Powers Act; extend repealer on.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Corrections
White
HB 878
%
Community Service Revolving Fund; extend repealer on authority to collect fees from paroled offenders for deposit into.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
White
HB 879
%
Corrections; extend repealer on intensive supervision program and electronic home detention.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Corrections
White
HB 880
%
Nursing home administrators; extend repealer on licensure requirements for.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
White
HB 881
%
Tax credit; extend repealer on payment credit vouchers for telecommunications companies providing broadband services to IHL's.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
White
HB 882
%
Public Service Commission; extend repealers on its creation and authority to hire attorneys for certain proceedings.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Public Utilities
White
HB 883
Department of Corrections; extend repealer on drug and alcohol program at Bolivar County Regional Facility.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Corrections
White
HB 884
Mississippi Forestry Commission; extend repealer on authority to hire law enforcement officers to investigate woods arson.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Forestry
White
HB 885
%
Income tax; extend repealer on tax credit for taxpayers employing certain veterans.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
White
HB 886
%
Oil and gas severance taxes; extend repealer on lower rate for production from horizontally drilled wells.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
White
HB 887
Comprehensive Hurricane Damage Mitigation Program; extend repealer on.
       01/16 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
White
This bill expands the role of government by extending a program operated by the Department of Insurance to study how to mitigate damage from hurricanes. While this is a worthwhile endeavor for private enterprise, it's not the proper role of government.
HB 888
%
Surplus lines insurance; extend repealer on section prescribing nonadmitted policy fee for.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Insurance
White
HB 889
MS Public Defender Task Force; extend repealer on.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
White
HB 890
%
Emergency Telecommunications Services (911); extend repealer on.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Public Utilities
White
HB 891
%
Income tax; extend repealer on tax credit for new cut and sew jobs in upholstered furniture manufacturing industry.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
White
HB 892
%
State Parole Board; extend repealer on.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Corrections
White
HB 893
Building fund for the Arts; extend repealer on Arts Commission's authority to use bond proceeds for certain project costs.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Tourism
White
HB 894
%
Marriage and family therapists and social workers; extend repealer on licensure laws.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
White
HB 895
%
Medical radiation technologists; extend repealers on registration statutes.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
White
HB 896
%
State and School Employees Health Insurance Plan; extend repealer on requirement that state pay certain amounts toward cost of.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Appropriations
White
HB 897
State assessments; deposit certain into designated special funds instead of General Fund.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Read
HB 898
%
Medicaid; extend repealers on various provisions relating to.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Medicaid
White
HB 899
Livestock facilities; delete repealer on authority of certain organizations to hold shows at no cost.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Agriculture
White
HB 900
Motor vehicles; delete repealer on prohibition against texting and social networking while driving.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Transportation
White
HB 901
%
Agritourism; delete repealer on statutes limiting liability and establishing requirements for professionals engaged in.
       01/16 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
White
This bill extends regulations on private businesses which dictate how agritourism facilities may operate and limits their liability for accidents on their property.
HB 902
%
Bail agents; extend repealer and revise certain provisions relating to licensure, qualification bonds and reporting requirements for.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
White
HB 903
%
Psychology, Board of; extend repealer on.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
White
HB 904
Bad faith assertions of patent infringement; extend repealer on prohibitions against.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
White
HB 905
%
Mississippi Professional Massage Therapy Act; extend repealer on.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
White
HB 906
%$
Cigarettes; increase tobacco equity tax imposed on cigarettes made by nonsettling manufacturers.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Smith
HB 907
%
Anesthesiologist assistants; authorize licensure by the State Board of Medical Licensure.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Bain
HB 908
Domestic abuse protection orders; revise appellate procedure.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Bain
HB 909
Community and junior colleges; may enter into long term loans for up to 30 years with board of trustees' approval.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges
Lamar
HB 910
%$
City of Biloxi; authorize to make certain improvements to jointly state-owned and city-owned property - Point Cadet Property.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Marine Resources;Ways and Means
Patterson
HB 911
DHS; expand authority regarding background investigations to include contractors and subcontractors.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Mims
HB 912
SNAP benefits; revise and update criminal offenses and penalties for fraudulent actions involving.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Mims
HB 913
Third Chancery Court District; add a judge.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary A;Appropriations
Lamar
HB 914
Social studies curriculum; require citizenship examination as part of U.S. History or American Government courses.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Henley
HB 915
Reverse auctions in public purchases; make applicable only to agencies.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Smith
HB 916
DUI; clarify eligibility for nonadjudication of those holding a commercial driver's license.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Horan
HB 917
MS Street Gang Act; create.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Gipson
HB 918
Sex offender; prohibit from loitering within 500 feet of a playground, ballpark or recreational facility.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Gipson
HB 919
'Meet My Mississippi'; designate as official state poem of Mississippi.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Tourism
Boyd
HB 920
Compulsory-school-age child; revise definition of by increasing required age to 18 years.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Hines
HB 921
%
Open primaries elections; authorize.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Shirley
HB 922
Indecent Assault; create the crime of.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Bain
HB 923
Crimes; revise penalties for attempt of certain crimes.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Calhoun
HB 924
Knives; remove from concealed weapons list.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Staples
HB 925
Elections; establish procedure for automatic registration of voters.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Faulkner
HB 926
Online voter registration; revise to allow for first-time voters to register through.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Dortch
HB 927
Officer-involved death; require investigation and appointment of special prosecutor.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Karriem
HB 928
School term; revise to prohibit beginning before last Monday in August.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Criswell
HB 929
Child endangerment; revise elements.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Gipson
HB 930
Grandparents' rights; require continued rights when visitation unreasonably withheld.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Hale
HB 931
School boards; elect all at statewide general or presidential election for four-year term.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Eubanks
HB 932
Public school students; authorize use of community service as a disciplinary alternative to suspension or expulsion.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Henley
HB 933
Forgery; revise penalty for.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Baria
HB 934
Public school curriculum; require State Board of Education to review and revise.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Henley
HB 935
Public school curriculum; authorize school boards to adopt for schools within local school district.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Henley
HB 936
%$
Professional privilege tax; impose on attorneys who practice in state, are not domiciled in and do not maintain regular place of business.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Lamar
HB 937
Election commissioners; revise staggered terms of.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Denny
HB 938
%
Commission on College Accreditation; enumerate certain powers and transfer authority over correspondence courses to.
       01/17 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
Mettetal
This bill consolidates and reduces regulations on correspondence courses by removing the regulatory authority from the Secretary of State and Department of Education and placing it all under the College Accreditation Commission. This should make the regulatory process easier and simpler for providers of correspondence courses in the state.
HB 939
Teachers' salary; implement a five-year phase in to increase to the southeastern average.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Paden
HB 940
%
Medicaid; direct division to select a provider-sponsored health plan to provide services under the managed care program.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Medicaid
Chism
HB 941
%
Gaming license fees; increase application fee and make other revisions.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Gaming
Bennett
HB 942
%
Re-entry and employability; implement mechanisms to provide.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Corrections
Bomgar
HB 943
Declaratory opinions; permit electronic submission of requests for.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Henley
HB 944
MS Support Animal Act; define certain terms and include veterans diagnosed with PTSD in list of persons who may use support animals.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Mims
HB 945
Community colleges; county taxes collected for shall be transmitted directly to instead of to chancery clerk.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Henley
HB 946
HIV crimes; increase penalties for intentional exposure to blood or seminal fluid.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Hines
HB 947
Financial Transparency in Education Act; create.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Education
Henley
HB 948
%
Windstorm Underwriting Association; revise various provisions relating to.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Insurance
Chism
HB 949
Mississippi Judicial Advisory study Committee; repeal provisions which create the.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Gipson
HB 950
Juvenile offenders convicted of murder; revise sentencing options for.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Corrections;Judiciary B
Gipson
HB 951
Code-charter municipality governing authorities; may delegate duties related to personnel actions.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Municipalities
Faulkner
HB 952
Sales tax; divert an additional amount to cities to be used to fund infrastructure projects.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Faulkner
HB 953
%$
Income tax; allow credit to venison processors for part of costs of processing venison for MS Hunter's Harvest Program.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Lamar
HB 954
Riding bailiffs; revise compensation of.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Lamar
HB 955
%
Inactive boards and commissions; repeal certain.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Foster
HB 956
Open Meetings Act; revise to require that minutes kept shall be posted on public body's website within certain time after the meeting.
       01/11 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Turner
HB 957
*
Education; establish Mississippi Uniform Per Student Funding Formula Act of 2018.
       01/18 (H) Transmitted To Senate
Gunn
This bill updates the formula that determines how the state funds public schools. While it does require that the legislature spend $107 million more than it currently spends on public schools, it does not raise taxes. It reduces the administrative burden on districts by giving them more freedom to spend state tax dollars as they see fit, and it provides weights that call for more funding for students with special needs and those in poverty. It also includes a provision requested by superintendents that funds schools based on membership instead of attendance, which is more workable for districts. These changes are an improvement over the current formula which is restrictive for schools and has only been funded twice over the last two decades.
HB 958
Mobile or manufactured home; allow owner with one year or longer lease on land to classify as real property.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Ladner
HB 959
%$
Homestead exemption; increase for persons 65 years of age or older or totally disabled.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Ladner
HB 960
%
Mobile homes; give owner of one year to redeem the property after sold for taxes.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Ladner
HB 961
School calendar; reduce number of days in scholastic year to 170.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Education
Ladner
HB 962
Grandparent visitation; revise requirements to file petition.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Haney
HB 963
Income tax; public community and junior colleges may collect debt by a set-off against a debtor's refund.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
White
HB 964
Unemployment compensation; revise certain provisions regarding transfer of unemployment experience when business is transferred.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Appropriations
Haney
HB 965
Mississippi State Oil and Gas Board; remove from the provisions of the Mississippi Budget Transparency and Simplification Act.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Staples
HB 966
Texting while driving; provide that burden of proof for lawful use of phone rests with driver and increase civil penalty.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Staples
HB 967
Oil and gas pipelines; clarify those built using eminent domain must be operated as common carriers.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Energy
Staples
HB 968
%$
Gas severance tax; include carbon dioxide within definition of term 'gas' and revise certain exemptions.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Staples
HB 969
Alteration of historical monuments; impose penalty for.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Public Property;Judiciary B
Staples
HB 970
MS Telephone Solicitation Act; delete exceptions to.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Public Utilities
Staples
HB 971
School employees annual salary supplement; remove cap on nurses who are eligible for.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Ladner
HB 972
Youth court hearings; allow family members to attend hearings in.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Youth and Family Affairs;Judiciary B
Ladner
HB 973
%
Youth court; authorize release of certain records to media and provide the media may attend hearings in.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Youth and Family Affairs;Judiciary B
Ladner
HB 974
Controlled Substances Laws; revise Schedules I and II.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Drug Policy
Willis
HB 975
Public schools; require toll-free number for reporting abuse and neglect to be posted in all.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Education
Boyd
HB 976
School board members; elect all at statewide general election for four-year term.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Education
Ladner
HB 977
%$
Homestead exemption; increase for persons 65 years of age or older or totally disabled.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Ladner
HB 978
State and School Employees Health Insurance Plan; include county and municipal employees, including elected officials, in participation.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Insurance;Appropriations
Ladner
HB 979
Reports of suspected abuse; require persons who make to Child Protection Service and Department of Human Services to give their name and contact information.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Ladner
HB 980
State agencies; require to abide by state law and prohibit from adopting any rule, policy or regulation that conflicts with state law.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Ladner
HB 981
Assistant teachers; require assignment of to every classroom for grades K-4.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Ladner
HB 982
Teachers' salaries; increase to southeastern average over five-year period.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Gibbs (72nd)
HB 983
Compulsory School Attendance Law; rename as the 'Kindergarten Increases Diplomas (KIDs) Act,' and lower compulsory age to five years.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Gibbs (72nd)
HB 984
State song; designate as 'Mississippi Beautiful.'
       01/12 (H) Referred To Tourism
Gibbs (72nd)
HB 985
Children's Cabinet; establish to coordinate services for children in Mississippi.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Youth and Family Affairs
Currie
HB 986
Motor vehicle title registration system; revise laws regarding.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Transportation
DeLano
HB 987
Motor vehicle title/registration system; allow person deaf or hard of hearing to voluntarily have noted in system for law enforcement.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Transportation
Aguirre
HB 988
%
Marriage and family therapists and social workers; delete repealer on licensure laws.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
White
HB 989
%
Mississippi Board of Psychology; reenact to amend licensing provisions and to extend the date of repeal.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
White
HB 990
CON; issue for additional nursing home beds at county-owned hospital in Tippah County.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Steverson
HB 991
Door-to-door for-profit solicitors; establish code of conduct for.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Hopkins
HB 992
%
Mississippi Individual On-Site Wastewater Disposal System Law; extend repealer on.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Conservation and Water Resources
White
HB 993
Teachers; provide incentives for working in certain areas with critical shortages of.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Gibbs (72nd)
HB 994
Certified nurse practitioners; no physician supervision required for certain with over 3,600 hours of clinical practice.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
White
HB 995
%
Alcoholic beverages; authorize issuance of distillery retailer's permit.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Smith
HB 996
Assistant teachers; increase annual minimum salary to $15,000.00.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Hopkins
HB 997
Shoplifting; revise penalties for.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Willis
HB 998
Theft; revise penalty when employee gives away merchandise.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Willis
HB 999
Expungement; revise list of eligible crimes.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
White
HB1000
Expungement; require when person found not guilty.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Rushing
HB1001
Early voting; authorize.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Sanford
HB1002
Adverse possession; repeal.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Staples
HB1003
Mississippi Transportation Commission; authorize to require its contractors to provide work zone safety operations.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Transportation
Busby
HB1004
Toll Roads; bring forward code sections for possible amendment.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Transportation
Busby
HB1005
Local System Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation Fund; increase amount Legislature shall appropriate for deposit to.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Byrd
HB1006
%$
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist Forrest County with road and bridge improvements.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Byrd
HB1007
Right to farm; preserve right of farmers to use various techniques and methods without limitation.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Agriculture
Byrd
HB1008
Municipal general election ballots; provide that only the names of those opposed candidates shall be printed upon.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Haney
HB1009
Retirement; persons convicted of certain felonies shall forfeit benefits from PERS, SLRP AND MHSPRS.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Haney
HB1010
Asset forfeiture; prohibit for arrests or conviction of 28 grams or less of marijuana.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Drug Policy
Bomgar
HB1011
Traffic stops; clarify what can constitute reasonable grounds or probable cause during.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Bomgar
HB1012
Board on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Training; revise membership of.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Massengill
HB1013
Assistant teachers; require for each class in kindergarten and grades 1-4.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Dixon
HB1014
State agency and governing authority contracts; require 30% of to be set-aside for certain businesses.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Williams-Barnes
HB1015
Appropriation; Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation Fund for funding bridge program.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Byrd
HB1016
Consigned motor fuels; provide crime for theft of.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
White
HB1017
Local and private bills proposing to extend local tax for second time; require direct referendum.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Local and Private Legislation
Criswell
HB1018
Dyslexia Therapy Scholarship Program; prescribe standards for participation.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Education
Criswell
HB1019
Equal votes in election; revise how winner is determined when candidates receive.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Staples
HB1020
Drug overdoses; provide penalties for failure to report.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Drug Policy
Willis
HB1021
Artificial reefs; prohibit the publication of location data associated with.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Marine Resources
Byrd
HB1022
Instruments of record; require to be in the English language.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Byrd
HB1023
County prosecutor; authorize to represent clients outside the county.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Roberson
HB1024
Motor vehicle liability insurance; require to renew registration.
       01/16 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Comm Sub
Willis
This bill reenacts a provision requiring drivers to have liability insurance coverage and gives the Department of Insurance the ability to enforce this law with regulations. These regulations are outside the proper scope of government. Individuals make a choice to drive and bear the responsibility of insuring against potential losses from those decisions.
HB1025
'Meet My Mississippi'; designate as official state poem of Mississippi.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Tourism
Holland
HB1026
%$
Homestead exemption; provide additional exemption for certain persons 65 years of age or older or totally disabled.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Mims
HB1027
%$
Bonds; authorize issuance to assist the Winona Municipal Separate School District with school repairs.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Oliver
HB1028
Nancy's Law; create to provide remedies for investigation of vulnerable person abuse.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Rushing
HB1029
%
Income tax; authorize counties and municipalities to collect certain debts by setoff against a debtor's income tax refund.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Rushing
HB1030
Shooting while in a dwelling; provide that such is a felony.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Tullos
HB1031
Mississippi Delta Alternative Teacher Licensure Program; create to alleviate teacher shortage in Delta Region.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Paden
HB1032
Student transfer; allow students to attend school in adjacent district under certain circumstances.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Education
Rushing
HB1033
Deepwater Horizon Oil Disaster Fund; create and require all funds received by state to be used for road maintenance.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Sullivan
This is a vote to accept the committee's recommendation to accept the Governor's veto of this bill from last session.
HB1034
%
Controlled Substances Law; extend repealer on procedures for administrative forfeiture of certain property seized under.
       01/12 (H) Referred To Drug Policy
White
HB1035
Mississippi Dyslexia Education Forgivable Loan Program; clarify repayment and conversion terms.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education
Bennett
HB1036
Mississippi Compulsory School Attendance Law; clarify student participation in authorized school activities.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education
Bennett
HB1037
MS Virtual School Program; require private provider of services to be selected through the MS Online Learning Application Process.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Bennett
HB1038
Payroll date for school district employees; authorize semimonthly payroll in discretion of local school board.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Henley
HB1039
Rural utility districts; authorize county board of supervisors to consolidate.
       01/15 (H) Referred To County Affairs;Public Utilities
Ladner
HB1040
National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS); require all law enforcement agencies to implement reporting system to comply with.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Ladner
HB1041
Commission on Marine Resources; revise length of time for which permits for governmental entities are valid.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Marine Resources
Ladner
HB1042
%
Shell Recovery and Replenishment Program; create to replenish oyster shells taken from waters within Mississippi.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Marine Resources
Ladner
HB1043
Advertisement of the resources counties and municipalities offer; prescribe certain guidelines for.
       01/15 (H) Referred To County Affairs
Bennett
HB1044
'Diabetes Care for Mississippi Students Act'; create to require schools to use Diabetes Management Care Plans for students with diabetes.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education
Bennett
HB1045
Mississippi Burn Care Fund; authorize counties to contribute from insurance rebate monies to.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Touchstone
HB1046
Workers' Compensation Law; bring forward section regarding estoppel to deny insurance claims.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Insurance
Bennett
HB1047
Clothing allowance; increase for certain employees employed by a sheriff's office.
       01/16 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Comm Sub
Touchstone
This bill increases the maximum clothing allowance for Sheriff's employees from $400 annually to $700.
HB1048
Supersedeas bond; require on appeals for administrative decisions.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Touchstone
HB1049
%$
Income tax; authorize deduction for voluntarily donating blood.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Wilkes
HB1050
%$
Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property or services to Senior Center of South Pearl River County, Inc.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Wilkes
HB1051
Mississippi Transportation Commission; may receive payment from contractors for law enforcement work-zone safety operations.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Transportation
Wilkes
HB1052
Traffic Safety Violator Course; provide that it may be Internet-based for any age defendant.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Wilkes
HB1053
State Department of Education; transfer administration, operations, powers and duties to the Office of the Governor.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education
Wilkes
HB1054
Private residential care homes; require to register with Department of Health.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Wilkes
HB1055
Mississippi Dog and Cat Pet Protection Law of 2011; revise.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Agriculture
Snowden
HB1056
Medicaid; direct division to apply for waiver to provide for coverage of consumer-directed personal care services.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Medicaid
Wilson
HB1057
%
Department of Revenue; authorize to charge fees to defray costs of Alcoholic Beverage Control Division warehouse.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Read
HB1058
%
DFA; establish Office of Shared Services within to operate as the central business office for select agencies.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Read
HB1059
State agencies; allow to charge each other for MMRS charges and utilities.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Read
HB1060
Graduation requirements; require students graduating in 2020 and years thereafter to take at least one online course as condition of.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education
Read
HB1061
Implied Consent Law Violation Assessments; increase general fund of.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Touchstone
HB1062
Administrative Procedures Act; revise provisions related to rule adoptions.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Touchstone
HB1063
Alternative school programs; impose fine against teachers and other district employees who falsify evidence in support of referral to.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education;Youth and Family Affairs
Dixon
HB1064
MS Bureau of Investigation; authorize to investigate law enforcement personnel placed on administrative leave.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Dixon
HB1065
Medication for certain youth in state-supported training school and detention centers; require second opinion before prescribing.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Education
Dixon
HB1066
Community Heritage Preservation Grant Fund; eliminate or limit matching funds required to get grants from.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Dixon
HB1067
Oakley Youth Development Center; require to have physical custody of a child within certain time frame once child is ordered to by youth court.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Youth and Family Affairs
Dixon
HB1068
Autopsy; consent must be obtained from deceased's relative before being performed.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Dixon
HB1069
Municipalities; require to provide police officers with certain cameras and provide certain penalties for failure to make provision.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Municipalities;Appropriations
Dixon
HB1070
Student recess and socialization period; require schools to allow for students without reprimand under certain conditions.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education
Dixon
HB1071
Child neglect cases; require CPS to notify the court after three failed attempts to remove child for temporary placement.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Youth and Family Affairs
Dixon
HB1072
Law enforcement officers; require to provide mental health evaluation within 24 hours of misdemeanor arrest.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Corrections
Dixon
HB1073
Alcoholic beverages; revise policy of state regarding prohibition of.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Dixon
HB1074
Drug paraphernalia; increase penalties for the delivery or intent to deliver.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Drug Policy;Judiciary B
Dixon
HB1075
Hate Crimes Law; revise application of.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Dixon
HB1076
Alcohol beverages; revise definition of 'qualified resort area' under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Dixon
HB1077
Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of 'qualified resort area' under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Dixon
HB1078
Public schools; reorganize and separate students by appropriate age and grade classifications.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education
Dixon
HB1079
Eligibility of youth who may be placed in a community home by youth court; revise.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Youth and Family Affairs
Dixon
HB1080
'The Mississippi Urine Trouble Act'; create to provide for the crime of selling urine.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Gipson
HB1081
Venue; clarify for nonresident corporations.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Gipson
HB1082
Delta State University; authorize to transfer certain real property to Coahoma Community College.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Property;Universities and Colleges
Paden
HB1083
Firearms, authorize those with enhanced carry to bring onto public property.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Gipson
HB1084
Parental Rights of Rapists; terminate for children conceived of rape.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Arnold
HB1085
Criminal immunity; provide for persons when requesting assistance for medical emergency due to alcohol consumption.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
McNeal
HB1086
Firearms; prohibit public employers from banning employees having permit and training endorsement from carrying on employer's property.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Rushing
HB1087
confidential youth court records; shall include forensic interviews and information developed or prepared by child advocacy centers & multidisciplinary teams.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Bain
HB1088
Justice Information Center; require law enforcement agencies to report crimes committed that are subject to enhanced penalty.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Horan
HB1089
Habitual offender; require a separate sentencing hearing before life imprisonment.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Horan
HB1090
Deeds; revise recording deadline when deadline occurs on a weekend.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Blackmon
HB1091
Wrongful death claims; clarify that such can be opened outside an estate.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Blackmon
HB1092
Privacy; restrict use of certain technologies for gaining access to communications and personal information.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Bomgar
HB1093
Field supervision fees for offenders on probation, parole and other supervision; provide a determination of indigence may be made by DOC or sentencing court.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Corrections
Bomgar
HB1094
Drug policy reciprocity; authorize.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Drug Policy
Bomgar
HB1095
Employee Appeals Board; revise membership of.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Turner
HB1096
Inactive boards, commissions, councils and committees; repeal certain.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Turner
HB1097
Deputy sheriffs; allow off-duty use of vehicles under certain circumstances.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Turner
HB1098
MS Dept. of Human Services; authorize to use additional methods of communication to send notices relating to child support to financial institutions.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Clark
HB1099
Fish length verification program; require the Commission on Marine Resources to create.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Marine Resources
Patterson
HB1100
Public schools; require moment of quiet reflection each day and classroom display and daily recitation of Ten Commandments.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education
Calhoun
HB1101
%
Real estate licensure; revise requirements for those who provide instruction for.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Calhoun
HB1102
JSU; authorize to sell certain real property in its possession.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Property
Weathersby
HB1103
State Veterans Affairs Board; revise qualifications of executive director and deputy director.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Military Affairs
Rushing
HB1104
Suspensions and expulsions; require clear and convincing evidence as standard of proof for those more than 10 days.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education
Zuber
HB1105
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Bonds; create small municipalities/rural counties road and bridge improvements loan program and authorize bonds to provide funds.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
White
HB1106
Economic Development Districts; authorize to sell or lease real property to the state.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
White
HB1107
%
Mississippi Graduate Registered Physician Act; create.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Reynolds
HB1108
Office of Residential and Small Business Advocate; establish.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Utilities
Zuber
HB1109
MHP Facility; authorize DFA to enter into lease for redevelopment of old headquarters to finance construction of new.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Property
Weathersby
HB1110
Mineral estates; revert to surface estate owner after ten-year period of nonproduction.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Energy
Bell (21st)
HB1111
Jasmine's Law; create to expand the rights of both parents regarding cremation.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Baria
HB1112
%
Municipalities; authorize payers to utilize credit cards when paying for public utility services, municipal court costs and other services.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Municipalities
Rushing
HB1113
Mississippi Gaming Control Act; amend to prohibit wagering on athletic events.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Gaming
McNeal
HB1114
Menaced municipal property; provide determination of may be designated municipal official in a municipality with a population of more than 25,000.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Municipalities
Rushing
HB1115
Hospice; exempt from regulation of licensing agency that requires prescribers of controlled substances for pain to have in-person visit with patients.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Bounds
HB1116
Medical professionals; authorize to enter into agreements with licensing agencies to provide free services to indigent and needy persons.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Aguirre
HB1117
Pat Harrison Waterway District; authorize additional counties to join.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Conservation and Water Resources
McLeod
HB1118
Public buildings; require availability of adult changing stations in for persons with disabilities.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Property;Appropriations
Crawford
HB1119
Equal Opportunity for Students with Special Needs Act; authorize unexpended funds to be retained.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Crawford
HB1120
Video surveillance cameras; require in certain areas of school facilities for protection of exceptional children.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Crawford
HB1121
Littering; increase fines for.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Crawford
HB1122
Agricultural operation activities; prohibit local governments from regulating.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Agriculture
Johnson (87th)
HB1123
Community hospitals; authorize to acquire hospitals outside service area and not be subject to antitrust laws.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Johnson (87th)
HB1124
Contraband cell phones; provide that it shall be a felony to communicate with inmates on such phones under certain circumstances.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Corrections
Kinkade
HB1125
Correctional facility staff; shall not be eligible for reduction of sentence if convicted of introducing controlled substances into facility.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Corrections
Kinkade
HB1126
Correctional facilities; provide certain penalties for correctional staff who introduce controlled substances into.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Corrections
Kinkade
HB1127
Department of Corrections; provide certain clarification for contracts between the department and contractor for private correctional facilities.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Corrections
Kinkade
HB1128
Parole eligibility for offenders convicted before July 1, 2014; remove restriction from obtaining if convicted with enhanced penalities for drug offenses.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Corrections
Kinkade
HB1129
%
Video gaming; authorize and regulate under the Mississippi Gaming Commission.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Gaming
Horan
HB1130
%
Opioid Crisis Intervention Act; create.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Drug Policy
Bomgar
HB1131
Local governmental entities; authorize to publish notices on a free, publicly accessible, official government website for purposes of transparency.
       01/18 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
DeLano
HB1132
Mississippi Motion Picture Incentive Act; revise certain provisions.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Tourism
Smith
HB1133
Tourism; create the Mississippi Travel and Tourism Council.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Tourism
Currie
HB1134
%
Title V program; revise laws regarding.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Mangold
HB1135
Bail procedures; revise.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Johnson (87th)
HB1136
Bonds; revise use of proceeds of bonds authorized for the John C. Robinson Aviation Museum and Jackson State University.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Smith
HB1137
Insurance companies; revise notice requirements when transferring policies to an affiliated insurer.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Insurance
Turner
HB1138
State variable rate refunding bonds; revise net present value savings to maturity requirement.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Smith
HB1139
County jails that house state inmates; remove condition that jails be an approved county jail for housing state inmates under federal court order.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Corrections
Kinkade
HB1140
%
Drug courts; revise eligibility for and require Administrative Office of Courts to collect certain data from.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Drug Policy
Kinkade
This bill improves standards for the state's drug court programs. It requires more screening and better reporting on who's getting accepted into drug court, and makes it easier for low-income people to participate.
HB1141
Technical violations; clarify meaning of graduated sanctions and revocation sentencing.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Corrections
Kinkade
HB1142
Unmanned aircraft system; prohibit use of near correctional facilities.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Corrections
Kinkade
HB1143
Felony extortion; provide when inmates have committed.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Corrections
Kinkade
HB1144
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Bonds; authorize issuance for Gaming Counties State-Assisted Infrastructure Fund.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Gunn
HB1145
Broderick Rashad Danti Dixon Act; create.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Dixon
HB1146
Technical and vocation curriculum; require SDE to develop as alternative to college preparatory curriculum.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education
Bell (21st)
HB1147
MS Public Records Act of 1983; exempt certain information technology records from.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
DeLano
HB1148
Bond Counsel; require certain to be selected through competitive request for proposals process.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency;Ways and Means
Baria
HB1149
Unemployment compensation; provide for certain increases in.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Appropriations
Baria
HB1150
Memorial highway; designate a portion of MS Highway 1 in Washington County as 'Sonny Merideth The Legend Highway.'
       01/15 (H) Referred To Transportation;Appropriations
Holland
HB1151
Child support; revise certain provisions regarding withholding and payment of.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Clark
HB1152
%
Residential minimum building standards; adopt statewide.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Energy
Cockerham
HB1153
Memorial highway; designate segment of MS Hwy 24 in Wilkinson County as 'Anne Moody Memorial Highway.'
       01/15 (H) Referred To Transportation;Appropriations
Cockerham
HB1154
Study committee; create for sports gambling tax recommendations.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Gaming
Currie
HB1155
%
Medicaid; establish provider-sponsored health as a pilot managed care program.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Medicaid
Currie
HB1156
Nurse Protection Act of 2018; create.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Currie
HB1157
Tobacco products; consideration for sales by manufactures and wholesalers to retailers may only be for cash or on terms.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Smith
HB1158
Pledged or purchased goods from a pawnshop; regulate.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Zuber
HB1159
Teachers, retired; authorize certain to be employed full time and continue receiving retirement allowance.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Sanford
HB1160
Teacher licensure; authorize issuance to certain individuals with foreign certification on reciprocity with documentation.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education
Sanford
HB1161
Railroad grade crossing safety; revise laws regarding motor vehicles and other equipment.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Transportation
Steverson
HB1162
'The John McGee Act'; create to require public postsecondary institutions to install carbon monoxide detectors in certain facilities.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations
Taylor
HB1163
Practice of medicine or dentistry; allow person convicted of certain crimes to practice after license reinstatement.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B;Public Health and Human Services
Taylor
HB1164
Counties; provide that Hurricane Katrina slabs below the base flood elevation may be deemed menaced property for purposes of cleaning property.
       01/15 (H) Referred To County Affairs
Barton
HB1165
Physician Protection Act of 2018; create.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Cockerham
HB1166
Sales tax; divert a portion of revenue to certain counties in which certain tax increment financing districts are located.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Zuber
HB1167
Song; designate 'Mississippi Beautiful' as a song for Mississippi, which may be sung by all Mississippians.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Tourism
Gibbs (72nd)
HB1168
Water well contractor's license; remove requirement that applicant must present three affidavits to the DEQ examining committee.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Conservation and Water Resources
Faulkner
HB1169
Personal property; define as tangible and intangible personal property and includes cash, deposit accounts and promissory notes.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services
Zuber
HB1170
Siblings visitation; authorize chancery court to grant upon petition.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Zuber
HB1171
Department of Child Protection Services; make technical and substantive changes regarding powers and duties of.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Gipson
HB1172
Case plans for parole eligible inmates; provide Department of Corrections more lead-way in the implementation of.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Corrections
Kinkade
HB1173
Dental Therapist Licensure Act; create.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Brown
HB1174
Medicaid Rural Community Access to Health Care Act; create.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Medicaid
Brown
HB1175
Occupational licensing boards; require to review rules and submit certain summary to Occupational Licensing Review Commission.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Baker
HB1176
Commercial property; regulate use of nonpublic areas.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Baker
HB1177
Mississippi False Claims Act; create.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Baker
HB1178
Northeast Mississippi Natural Gas District; authorize to expand its gas distribution services into certain portions of Lee and Monroe Counties.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Utilities
Boyd
HB1179
Public Utilities Staff; limit powers to supporting PSC and PSC staff.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Utilities
Staples
HB1180
Trip optimizer system; delete requirement on state agency travel.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Hood *
HB1181
Fire rebate monies; prohibit from being transferred to General Fund.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Insurance;Appropriations
Hood
HB1182
Emergency medical technicians; change statutory references for EMT intermediate to EMT-advanced.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Powell
HB1183
State Medical Examiner; expand duties related to mass fatality incident.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Powell
HB1184
Agency Accountability Review Act of 2018; create.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Turner
HB1185
Oil Spill Settlement Funds; revise provisions regarding deposit into State Treasury.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Appropriations
DeLano
HB1186
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Mineral interests; owner of nonproducing interest held separately from surface estate will be liable for portion of ad valorem taxes on land.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Bell (21st)
HB1187
Absentee voting; establish electronic application procedure for college students.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Anderson
HB1188
Harvest reporting program; require the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks to create for white-tailed deer and wild turkey.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks
Morgan
HB1189
Driver's license; require Commissioner of Public Safety to mark current and former members of Legislature upon request.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Transportation
Huddleston (30th)
HB1190
Railroad company stockholders; authorize to have the same rights and powers as shareholders of corporation under MS Business Corporation Act.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
McLeod
HB1191
%
Municipal special sales tax; extend date of repeal on law authorizing certain municipalities to impose.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Wooten
HB1192
City council and board of aldermen; shall be held personally liable for excess compensation paid to part-time law enforcement under certain circumstances.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Municipalities
Perkins
HB1193
%
Expunction; consolidate statutes that regulate.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Zuber
HB1194
Drug policies; clarify regulations of.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Drug Policy
Bomgar
HB1195
Guaranteed asset protection waivers; provide for and regulate.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Insurance
Chism
HB1196
MCHIRPA; require Commissioner of Insurance to make certain approvals if ceases operations.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Insurance
Chism
HB1197
Motor vehicle reporting laws; clarify.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Chism
HB1198
Health insurance policies; require certain to provide infertility coverage.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Insurance
McGee
HB1199
USM property; authorize DFA to sell or lease certain parcel in Lamar County.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Property
McGee
HB1200
Municipal Water, Sewer and Wastewater Systems Repair and Replacement Grant Program; create.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Municipalities
McGee
HB1201
Trip optimizer system; exempt state boards from required use of.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Barnett
HB1202
Kaelin Kersh Act; create.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Chism
HB1203
Personal care homes; increase number of residents who may continue to reside there instead of in nursing home.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Barnett
HB1204
%
Medical marijuana; authorize Alcorn State University to enter memoranda of understanding for local farmers to grow for out-of-state vendors.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Drug Policy
Hines
HB1205
Administrative Consolidation of Lumberton Public School District with Lamar County School District; ratify agreement between districts.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education
Corley
HB1206
Secretary of State; authorize to donate certain property in Jackson County, Mississippi, to the National Park Service.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Property
Eure
HB1207
Imposition of special 1 cent sales tax on gross proceeds of sales or gross income for businesses in municipality with pop. of 150,000; remove repealer on.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Wooten
HB1208
Memorial highway; designate U.S. Highway 49 in Simpson County as 'MS World War II Veterans Memorial Highway.'
       01/15 (H) Referred To Transportation;Appropriations
Gipson
HB1209
Extracurricular activities; require certain organizations to allow equal participation by all students in.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education
Brown
HB1210
Administrative Procedures Act; require agencies to repeal certain rules when adopting new rules under.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Brown
HB1211
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Nonprofit organizations; regulate those whose funding is fifty percent or more public monies.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency
Wilson
HB1212
Embezzlement; authorize expungement of after 14 years.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Burnett
HB1213
Embezzlement; add to the list of felonies that may be expunged.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Burnett
HB1214
Firearms; authorize nonviolent felons to possess in their homes or motor vehicles.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Burnett
HB1215
Ad valorem tax; bring forward certain sections of law relating to assessment of railroad and other public service corporation property.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Snowden
HB1216
%
Alcoholic beverages; authorize tourism permits that allow the sale and sampling of throughout a tourism development.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Bennett
HB1217
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Ad valorem taxes; provide certain exemptions for business, residential renewal and residential renovation districts in municipalities.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Busby
HB1218
Real estate appraisers; bar civil actions against.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Zuber
HB1219
Consolidation of Lumberton Public School District with Lamar County School District; ratify agreement between districts.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Touchstone
HB1220
Unmanned aircrafts; prohibit counties and municipalities from regulating for certain purposes.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Touchstone
HB1221
Insurance fraud; prohibit civil liability against a person or entity reporting information concerning.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Chism
HB1222
Patient Protection Act of 1995; bring forward sections from.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Appropriations
Chism
HB1223
Appropriation; Rural Fire Truck Fund for additional round of trucks under Acquisition Assistance Program.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Byrd
HB1224
Rural Fire Truck Acquisition Assistance Program; authorize an additional round for counties and municipalities.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Byrd
HB1225
State flag; prohibit display of current flag at or on state buildings or property until design is changed.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Rules
Karriem
HB1226
Free Speech in Medicine Model Act; enact.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Brown
HB1227
Medicaid Reform Waiver Act of 2018; create.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Medicaid
Brown
HB1228
Department of Human Services; direct to seek certain federal waivers to encourage healthy diet for SNAP recipients.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Medicaid
Brown
HB1229
Medicaid; authorize Legislature to hire a consultant to review the Medicaid program.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Medicaid
Brown
HB1230
Telemergency medicine; authorize any physician who practices it to function in collaborative role with nurse practitioner.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Brown
HB1231
Parental Rights; establish fundamental right to direct upbringing.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Brown
HB1232
Mississippi Telecommunication Conference and Training Center Fund; revise regulations for.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Technology;Appropriations
Banks
HB1233
The Opioid and Heroin Study Review Committee; create.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Drug Policy
Aguirre
HB1234
Budget process; bring forward various sections relating to.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Read
HB1235
School Recognition Program; require salary supplements due to retiring teachers and staff to be paid.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Hood *
HB1236
Waste receptacles; require businesses to have fully enclosed and not visible from street and prohibit waste from being disposed outside of.
       01/15 (H) Referred To County Affairs;Municipalities
Dixon
HB1237
Child support obligation; suspend while person is incarcerated, with certain exceptions.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Horan
HB1238
Office of Consumer Protection; clarify exclusions of provisions regulating.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Baker
HB1239
Appeals to circuit court from county or municipal judgments; revise process regarding.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Baker
HB1240
Alcoholic beverages; increase maximum number of package retail's permits a person may own.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Powell
HB1241
Employment laws; revise those that may be adopted by a local governmental body.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Baker
HB1242
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Medicaid; extend repealer on provisions that levy assessments on certain health care facilities.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Medicaid
Brown
HB1243
Income tax refund; provide check off on individual from to allow contribution to State General Fund.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Brown
HB1244
%
Medicaid; extend repealers on various provisions relating to.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Medicaid
Brown
HB1245
Dismissed civil cases; authorize judge to assess costs against the dismissed party.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Brown
HB1246
Minimum wage; establish at $9.00 and set requirements for exemptions and overtime.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A
Anderson
HB1247
Medicaid; expand eligibility under federal health care law and under CHIP.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Medicaid;Appropriations;et al
Paden
HB1248
Medicaid; expand eligibility under federal health care reform law.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Medicaid;Appropriations;et al
Perkins
HB1249
Medicaid; expand eligibility under federal health care reform law.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Medicaid;Appropriations;et al
Clark
HB1250
Lottery; require the Gaming Commission to establish a.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Gaming;Ways and Means;et al
Baker
HB1251
State lottery; create and direct proceeds to roads and education.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Gaming;Ways and Means;et al
Reynolds
HB1252
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State lottery; create to fund road improvements.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Gaming;Ways and Means;et al
Hines
HB1253
%
Gaming; create state lottery to fund higher education scholarship program.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Gaming;Ways and Means;et al
Clarke
HB1254
%
Gaming; create state lottery to fund higher education after statewide election approves lottery.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Gaming;Ways and Means;et al
Clarke
HB1255
State Lottery and Mississippi HOPE Scholarship; establish.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Gaming;Ways and Means;et al
Barnett
HB1256
Equal pay for equal work; require for employees of opposite sex in the same work establishment.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A
Karriem
HB1257
Evelyn Gandy Fair Pay Act; create to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A
Williams-Barnes
HB1258
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Women's Economic Security Act of 2018; create.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A
Williams-Barnes
HB1259
Minimum wage; establish at $9.00 and set requirements for exemptions and overtime.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A
Baria
HB1260
Minimum wage; establish at $10.10 per hour.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A
Karriem
HB1261
Minimum wage; establish and provide for increases in.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A
Sykes
HB1262
Employee wages; require to be paid equally for women and men.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A
Clark
HB1263
Commission to Redesign the Mississippi State Flag; establish to recommend new state flag design.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Rules
Bell (65th)
HB1264
Mississippi Terroristic Threats Law; create.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Baker
HB1265
Suffrage; restore to all upon meeting all terms and conditions of sentence.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Paden
HB1266
Critical Needs Teacher Forgivable Loan Program; applicants may come from any school district in the state with a repayment option.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education
Currie
HB1267
County boards of education; revise process of selecting members in certain county.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education
McLeod
HB1268
Education Scholarship Accounts; fund as add-on program cost under MAEP.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Roberson
HB1269
Mississippi Student-Athlete Differential Scholarship and Grant Program; establish to require universities and colleges to cover remainder of tuition for student-athletes.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges;Appropriations
Lamar
HB1270
Corn; authorize Department of Agriculture to revise manner of sale to include sales by weight or volume.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Agriculture
Wilson *
HB1271
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Mississippi Professional Massage Therapy Act; revise provisions related to.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Baker
HB1272
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Mississippi Critical Needs School District Tax Credit Act of 2018; create.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Anderson
HB1273
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Sales tax; phase out on sales of certain food.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Anderson
HB1274
Emergency medical technicians; revise certain provisions regarding training for.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Henley
HB1275
Advanced practice registered nurses; revise certain provisions relating to and delete requirement to practice in collaborative relationship.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
White
HB1276
Municipal aldermen; allow retired PERS members holding office as to choose to receive up to 50% of their average compensation.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Wilson
HB1277
MS Gulf Coast Region Utility Board; require approval of Public Service Commission to exercise certain powers.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Conservation and Water Resources;Public Utilities
Anderson
HB1278
Sex Education; require SDE and Department of Health to develop list of approved curricula to be used in schools and revise every five years.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services;Education
Anderson
HB1279
Statewide testing program; require tests to be translated and printed into primary spoken language of ELL students.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education
Anderson
HB1280
Employers; prohibit from inquiring about applicant's criminal history.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A
Anderson
HB1281
Termination of parental rights; authorize for children conceived from rape or sexual battery.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Scoggin
HB1282
Ad valorem taxes; delete school board's authority to increase more than 2% without referendum approval.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education;Ways and Means
Shirley
HB1283
Charter school payments; prohibit SDE from reducing and redirecting local school district's MAEP funds for purpose of.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Paden
HB1284
IHL Board; revise composition to require appointment of alumni from each state-supported institution of higher learning.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Universities and Colleges
Bell (65th)
HB1285
Noah's Law; create to regulate sale of pure powdered caffeine products.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Hughes
HB1286
Administrative Procedures Act; revise to require all agency rules adopted under to be repealed after certain time unless readopted.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Brown
HB1287
Termination of parental rights; revise grounds for.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Brown
HB1288
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Crime lab fees; clarify who is required to pay.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Drug Policy
Willis
HB1289
Criminal investigators; increase salary of.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Gipson
HB1290
MS Center for Legal Services; require fifteen dollars collected from certain actions to be remitted to.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A;Ways and Means
Watson
HB1291
Child support delinquency guidelines; establish with limitation on imprisonment for contempt.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Wooten
HB1292
Debtor's prison; authorize for failure to pay fines, fees and assessments.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Wooten
HB1293
Power of Attorney; revise in delegation for care and custody of a child.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Eubanks
HB1294
State song; designate 'Mississippi Song' as official.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Tourism
Weathersby
HB1295
Elected statewide and certain district officials; increase salaries of.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Appropriations
Banks
HB1296
Chancellor; provide one additional for the Tenth Chancery Court District.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A;Appropriations
Banks
HB1297
Victim Assistance Coordinator; authorize one additional for Seventh Circuit Court District.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A;Appropriations
Banks
HB1298
MS Legal Services; authorize an assessment to be used for.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A;Ways and Means
Watson
HB1299
Open containers of alcohol; create offense for.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Drug Policy
Busby
HB1300
Commitment proceeding; prohibit director from withholding admittance to.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
DeLano
HB1301
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Equal pay certificate; require certain businesses to have before contracting above $100,000.00 with state agency or department.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A
Paden
HB1302
Timber products; revise time during which vehicles transporting may operate.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Transportation
Boyd
HB1303
Women's Economic Security Act; create.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A
Paden
HB1304
Automated sales suppression devices; prohibit.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Smith
HB1305
Appraisal management companies; prohibit criminal background check as a condition of employment.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Workforce Development;Judiciary A
Bell (21st)
HB1306
Construction Dispute Resolution Agreements; declare void if held outside the state.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Bell (21st)
HB1307
Window tint; require presentation of medical exemption form upon request of law enforcement.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Baker
HB1308
Power of attorney; authorize an exception for certain designations of spouses.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Baker
HB1309
Hotels; require installation of carbon monoxide alarms in.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Lamar
HB1310
Prostitution and sex trafficking; increase penalties, revise definitions, and regulations regarding adults and minors.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Gunn
HB1311
Online voter registration; revise to allow for first-time voters to register through.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Apportionment and Elections
Anderson
HB1312
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Industrial hemp; legalize and regulate for certain purposes.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Drug Policy;Public Health and Human Services
Baria
HB1313
Expungement; authorize for all nonviolent crimes after five years.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Karriem
HB1314
Expungement; revise list of crimes that qualify for.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Clarke
HB1315
Expungement; revise crimes which qualify for.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Faulkner
HB1316
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Expunction; consolidate provisions that regulate.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Anderson
HB1317
Student records; require school districts to store permanent and cumulative records in digital format.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education
Chism
HB1318
Motor vehicle liability insurance; require minimum coverage to renew registration.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Insurance
Chism
HB1319
Death caused by law enforcement officer; require independent investigations of.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Wooten
HB1320
Fees associated with successful prosecutions of paternity cases; revise.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Wooten
HB1321
Special Prosecutor; create procedure when DA is absent or unable to perform his or her duties.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Karriem
HB1322
School buses; require those purchased after July 1, 2018, to be equipped with seat belts.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education;Appropriations
Karriem
HB1323
Body-worn cameras; require cities and counties to provide to police officers and deputy sheriffs.
       01/15 (H) Referred To County Affairs;Municipalities
Karriem
HB1324
Motor vehicles; increase weight limit tolerance for harvest permit vehicles and vehicles loading and unloading at state ports.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Transportation
Bounds
HB1325
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Governing authorities; authorize to charge fee for electronic bid submission or participation in a reverse auction.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency;Ways and Means
Turner
HB1326
Financial institutions service providers; authorize Commissioner of Banking to examine.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services
Zuber
HB1327
Mentally ill patient/inmate who escapes a facility; require public to be notified of mental health status.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Corrections;Public Health and Human Services
Blackmon
HB1328
Mississippi Youthbuild Act; create.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Youth and Family Affairs
Hines
HB1329
School boards; require itemized report of central office expenditures to be included in notice of advertisement for increase in ad valorem tax.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Boyd
HB1330
Dental hygienists; authorize to provide services to patients under the general supervision of dentists under certain conditions.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Public Health and Human Services
Massengill
HB1331
School bus overtakings; provide that all may report.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Transportation
Zuber
HB1332
Alcoholic beverages; revise policy of state regarding prohibition of.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Powell
HB1333
Honey and honey products; transfer authority to inspect from State Department of Health to the MS Department of Agriculture and Commerce.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Agriculture
Morgan
HB1334
Check cashing; increase the maximum fee that check cashing businesses may charge for certain checks.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services
Middleton
HB1335
Hospital liens; authorize.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Aguirre
HB1336
%
Alcoholic beverages; authorize certain distillers to sell their product for off-premises and on-premises consumption.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Zuber
HB1337
'Caller ID Anti-Spoofing Act'; revise certain provision and increase penalties for violations of.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary A
Arnold
HB1338
MS Business Corporation Act; revise bank merger process to be consistent with and revise provisions regarding banks in Mississippi that offer open-end credit.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Banking and Financial Services
Zuber
HB1339
'The Equal Opportunity for Students with Special Needs Act'; revise provisions relating to Education Scholarship Accounts.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Education
Busby
HB1340
Divorce; add separation as 13th ground.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Hughes
HB1341
Cell phones and other contraband found in correctional facilities; provide certain penalities for.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Corrections
Kinkade
HB1342
Technical violation centers; authorize D.O.C. to award participation credits for up to 10 days reduction of sentence for each 30 days of participation in.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Corrections
Kinkade
HB1343
Platoon; define and exempt certain operators in from traveling distance requirements.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Transportation
Busby
HB1344
Alcoholic beverages; authorize DOR to promulgate rules allowing certain permit holders to purchase from manufacturers and distributors.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
DeLano
HB1345
Expungement; allow court granting a certificate of rehabilitation to also grant an.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Reynolds
HB1346
%
Alcohol beverages; impose fee on those placed in DOR distribution center, authorize DFA to incur debt for improvements to distribution center.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
Baker
HB1347
Lottery; establish and distribute proceeds to K-12 education, state aid roads and municipalities.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Gaming;Rules;et al
Reynolds
HB1348
Sexual assault and sexual battery; revise elements and penalties for crimes of.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B
Cockerham
HB1349
%
Adult day care facilities; provide for licensure of and Medicaid reimbursement for.
       01/15 (H) Referred To Medicaid