Bills by Author for 2016 Session


201 Authors






Bain - House

HB 931 Dual credit; provide students who complete an approved Cambridge International Program AS and A-level course.
HB1758 Alcorn, Benton, Marshall, Prentiss, Tippah, Tishomingo Counties; authorize contribution to Northest MS Community Services, Inc.

Baker - House

HB 868 Supreme Court Districts; revise boundaries of.
HB 711 County jails; require to charge political subdivisions whenever prisoners of such subdivisions are housed in county jails.
HB 738 Attorney General; require approval by Outside Counsel Oversight Commission to bring certain suits.
HB 944 Office of State Auditor; authorize to regulate certain activities of public bodies.
HB1261 Title insurance company; authorize to record affidavit to release mortgage that is paid off.
HB1328 Justice Court judges; clarify authority to expunge misdemeanor convictions.
HB1507 City of Brandon; authorize a tax on hotels and motels to fund amphitheater and other ancillary improvements.
HB1726 City of Brandon; extend repealer on tax on sales of prepared food and drink at restaurants and bars.
HB1761 City of Flowood; authorize to enter in certain long-term agreements for conference center, hotel and ancillary buildings.



Barker - House

HB 122 Municipal Water, Sewer and Waste Water Systems Repair and Replacement Grant Program; create.
HB 389 Distinctive Motor vehicle license tag; authorize issuance to supporters of Sacred Heart Catholic School in Hattiesburg.
HB 890 University of Southern Mississippi property; authorize DFA to sell or lease certain parcel in Forrest County.
HB 926 School district administrative consolidation; require in Holmes County and Durant Public School Districts.
HB 928 Arrest of students on school property; provide for collection of data.
HB 950 MS Dyslexia Therapy Scholarship for Students with Dyslexia; revise eligibility through Grade 12.
HB 987 School district administrative consolidation; require in Leflore County and Greenwood Public School Districts.
HB 991 School district administrative consolidation; require throughout entire Chickasaw County.
HB1000 Summer normals; repeal.
HB1011 Division of Child Protection Services; establish in DHS.
HB1213 Mississippi Technology, Inc.; rename as Innovate Mississippi.
HB1298 Illegal dog fighting; revise seizure and forfeiture of animals.
HB1375 Alcoholics and drug addicts; DMH shall try to arrange for supportive services upon discharge from treatment facility.
HB1430 City Councils; authorize to hire certain staff.
HB1475 Nonstate Service employees; revise to classify the Secretary of State and certain staff member as.

Barnett - House

HB 818 MDWFP; authorize to close or shorten open season due to high water or other exigent circumstances.
HB1157 Outdoor magazine; authorize commission on Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks to set subscription fee and publish digital version.

Barton - House

HB 365 Homestead exemption; provide additional exemption for certain persons 65 years of age or older or totally disabled.
HB1202 Counties; clarify authority to collect fees for rubbish and garbage disposal.

Beckett - House

HB1138 Electric Power Association Law; provide additional provisions applicable to generation and transmission cooperatives.
HB1139 Electric power associations; revise regulatory laws.
HB1215 Excavation of underground utilities; provide exception for certain activity by government entities in rights-of-way.


Bell (21st) - House

HB 364 Sales tax; clarify that certain sales to schools under federal programs are exempt.
HB1581 City of Fulton; extend repealer on hotel/motel tourism tax.


Bennett - House

HB1074 Economic Development and Infrastructure Fund; create and deposit certain funds into.
HB1582 Harrison County; revise definition of blighted property.
HB1608 Harrison County; authorize creation of Civil Service Commission for sheriff's department.
HB1767 City of Gulfport; authorize the Gulfport Redevelopment Authority to enter into long-term lease of certain property.
HB1768 Long Beach Port Commission; transfer duties and powers to the City of Long Beach.


Blackwell - Senate

SB2716 Local school boards; prescribe educational qualifications and compensation.
SB2810 Elections; exclude runoffs from provisions requiring a certain number of machines to be used or a certain number of ballots printed.
SB2607 Mississippi Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act; create.

Blount - Senate

SB2111 State forfeited tax lands; authorize certification to Secretary of State electronically, allow sale by online auction.
SB2133 Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame; authorize DFA to renew lease.
SB2372 State agency leases; DFA to approve request for proposals before advertisement.
SB2375 Public buildings; update and consolidate the list of under DFA's supervision and care.
SB2801 Former State Crime Lab; authorize Department of Public Safety to lease to Hinds County.
SB2233 University of Mississippi Medical Center and MSU; may enter into a long-term lease with IHL's approval.
SB2374 Campaign finance; require the itemization of certain expenditures.
SB2609 State agency property; authorize DFA as central leasing agent for all state agencies.
SB2828 City of Jackson; authorize to continue contributions to Keep Jackson Beautiful, Inc.

Bounds - House

HB 296 County Surveyors; revise the fees charged by.
HB 362 Sales tax; revise time for exemption on retail sales of firearms, ammunition and hunting supplies.
HB1151 Hunting and fishing licenses; revise fees for.
HB1160 Wild hogs; remove permit for transport of.
HB1164 MDWFP; require to establish program for the tagging at white-tailed deer and wild turkey.
HB1299 Firearm; revise penalty for discharging on public roads and certain other property during hunting season.
HB1722 Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds for improvements at state parks.

Boyd - House

HB1745 Northeast Mississippi Gas District; delete limitation on amount of revenue bonds authorized to be issued by.

Branning - Senate

SB2644 Leake County property; DFA may transfer to Town of Walnut Grove on behalf of MDOC.
SB2935 Town of Walnut Grove; authorize to expand its gas distribution system.



Brown - House

HB1410 Asset Forfeiture Transparency Act; create.



Browning - Senate

SB2321 Forest acreage tax; extend repeal date on authority to levy.
SB2299 Memorial highways; designate a certain segment of Mississippi Highway 15 in Union County as the Zack Stewart Highway.
SB2948 City of Pontotoc; extend repealer on authority to levy tax upon hotels, motels and restaurants.

Bryan - Senate

SB2287 Missing-child reports; require policy adoption.


Burnett - House

HB1689 Coahoma County; authorize contribution to the Family and Youth Opportunities Division.
HB1783 Tunica County; authorize contributions to Tunica County Museum.
HB1784 Tunica County; authorize contribution to Mid-State Opportunity, Inc.
HB1786 Tunica county; authorize contribution to Aaron Henry Community Health Services Center, Inc.
HB1787 Tunica County; authorize contribution to Tunica Head Start Center.

Burton - Senate

SB2220 Electric Power Association Law; provide additional provisions applicable to generation and transmission cooperatives.
SB2089 Electric power associations; revise regulatory laws.
SB2297 Freestanding emergency room facility; define and require license by State Department of Health.
SB2755 Excavation of underground utilities; provide exception for certain activity by government entities in rights-of-way.
SB2259 State Board of Health; authorize to charge fees for services based on cost of providing the services.
SB2664 Bail agents; create electronic bondsmen registry, bail bond database and revise qualification bond.
SB2025 Certified nurse practitioners; no physician supervision required if over 3,600 hours of clinical practice.

Busby - House

HB1149 Bonds; clarify certain provisions regarding bond proceeds allocated for improvements at the state-owned shipyard in Jackson County.
HB 705 Controlled substances; enhance penalty for illegal sale in proximity to drug rehab facility.
HB 820 Outdoor advertisement signs; revise height requirement on those erected after April 15, 2008.
HB 824 Hospitality stations; authorize Mississippi Transportation Commission to enter into agreements to offset the cost of building and operating.
HB 886 Pascagoula Public Beach; rename "Buffett Beach" in honor and recognition of Jimmy Buffett.
HB 989 MS Achievement School District; establish to oversee administration of certain failing schools with a "F" rating for two consecutive years.
HB1043 Charter schools; revise teachers' time to achieve state licensure and conform language regarding director to 2014 amendments.
HB1044 Charter schools; authorize open enrollment across school district lines.
HB1263 Public improvement projects; require certain governmental entities and railroads to accomodate each other when operations conflict with.
HB1732 Cigarette and fuel taxes; revise and bring forward for purposes of amendment.
HB1606 Jackson County; authorize to clean blighted property and assess cost of such as lien against property owner.

Butler - Senate

SB2961 Claiborne County; authorize rent of a certain surplus building to Theatre Plus for less than the fair rental value of the building.



Byrd - House

HB 37 Dyslexia Therapy Scholarship for Students with Dyslexia Program; delete repealer on.
HB 773 MS Youth Challenge Academy; require SDE to provide certain information to director of for purposes of dropout prevention.
HB 968 MS Youth Challenge Program; clarify terms for purposes of qualifying participants for graduation.
HB1492 County supervisors; create education and certification program for.
HB1604 City of Petal; authorize placement of certain specialty street signs within.

Calhoun - House

HB1725 City of Jackson; authorize to create special local improvement assessment districts.

Campbell - House

HB1289 Missing children; require law enforcement agencies to establish procedures relating to.

Carmichael - Senate

SB2189 Risk-based capital requirements; revise for life and/or health insurers upon company action level event.
SB2192 Insurance producers; revise various laws regarding licensure of.
SB2193 Insurance adjusters/public adjusters; revise licensing and continuing education requirements.
SB2300 Comprehensive Health Insurance Risk Pool; revise eligibility for coverage/clarify when association may close enrollment.
SB2750 RFP for ACA-compliant health insurance policy for state employees not eligible for State Health Plan; DFA to issue.
SB2663 Bail agents; license may be denied upon conviction of certain crimes.
SB2967 Town of Marion; authorize the expansion of the town's water and sewer system for a distance of not more than 15 miles outside the town.

Carpenter - House

HB1782 Tishmingo County Water District; clarify election process for commissioners elected to.
HB1776 Tishmingo County; authorize to contract with U.S. and other states to house minimum/medium security in its county jail.


Chassaniol - Senate

SB2419 Alcoholic Beverage Control Law; felony conviction does not automatically disqualify a person from being approved as a manager.
SB2048 City of Winona; authorize the imposition of a tax on restaurants.

Chism - House

HB 111 Comprehensive Health Insurance Risk Pool; revise eligibility for coverage/clarify when association may close enrollment.
HB 523 Workers' Compensation Assigned Risk Plan; revise laws regarding.
HB 166 Tennesse-Tombigbee Waterway; provide weight exemption for transporting commodities from ports on.
HB 525 Certificate of insurance; require after certain dl suspensions and damages caused.
HB1192 Telemedicine; prohibit health insurers from denying payment for services if they would be covered in person.
HB1193 MS Surplus Lines Association; authorize Commissioner of Insurance to transfer certain funds from to Insurance Department Special Fund.
HB1381 Transportation Network Companies; establish regulations related to.
HB1597 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist with construction of Partnership School at Mississippi State University.


Clark - House

HB 522 All-terrain vehicles; clarify inclusion in chop shop act to prohibit altering of VIN.

Clarke - Senate

SB2150 Mississippi Wildlife Heritage Museum in Leland; designate as the official state wildlife heritage museum.
SB2209 Agricultural seeds; provide for preemption of local regulations in conflict with state law and regulations.
SB2387 Budget requests by state agencies to LBO; include information regarding any Maintenance of Effort (MOE) agreements with federal government.
SB2469 State budget; provide for certain transfers.
SB2119 Public Accountancy; revise laws regulating the practice of.
SB2384 Mississippi Department of Medicaid and Human Services; establish.
SB2361 Mississippi Department of Agriculture and DEQ; reorganize.
SB2362 Budget Transparency and Simplification Act; all special fund agencies funded through General Fund, etc.
SB2866 Appropriation; IHL - General support.
SB2867 Appropriation; IHL - Subsidiary programs.
SB2868 Appropriation; IHL - Student Financial Aid.
SB2869 Appropriation; IHL - University of Mississippi Medical Center.
SB2870 Appropriation; IHL - Alcorn State - Agricultural programs.
SB2871 Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station.
SB2872 Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Cooperative Extension Service.
SB2873 Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Forest and Wildlife Research Center.
SB2874 Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Veterinary Medicine, College of.
SB2875 Appropriation; Community and Junior Colleges Board - Administrative expenses.
SB2876 Appropriation; Community and Junior Colleges Board - Support for community and junior colleges.
SB2877 Appropriation; Corrections, Department of.
SB2878 Appropriation; Emergency Management Agency.
SB2879 Appropriation; Military Department.
SB2880 Appropriation; Public Safety, Department of.
SB2881 Appropriation; Veterans Affairs Board.
SB2882 Appropriation; Judicial Performance Commission.
SB2883 Appropriation; Ethics Commission.
SB2884 Appropriation; Employment Security, Department of.
SB2885 Appropriation; Revenue, Department of.
SB2886 Appropriation; Tax Appeals Board.
SB2887 Appropriation; Workers' Compensation Commission.
SB2888 Appropriation; Mental Health, Department of.
SB2889 Appropriation; Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Development Authority.
SB2890 Appropriation; Transportation, Department of - State Aid Road Construction, Office of.
SB2891 Appropriation; Chiropractic Examiners, Board of.
SB2892 Appropriation; Dental Examiners, Board of.
SB2893 Appropriation; Funeral Services Board.
SB2894 Appropriation; Massage Therapy, Board of.
SB2895 Appropriation; Pharmacy, Board of.
SB2896 Appropriation; Counselors, Board of Examiners for Licensed Professional.
SB2897 Appropriation; Veterinary Examiners, Board of.
SB2898 Appropriation; Gaming Commission.
SB2899 Appropriation; Architecture, Board of.
SB2900 Appropriation; Geologists, Board of Registered Professional.
SB2901 Appropriation; Motor Vehicle Commission.
SB2902 Appropriation; Accountancy, Board of Public.
SB2903 Appropriation; Contractors, Board of.
SB2904 Appropriation; Agriculture and Commerce, Department of.
SB2905 Appropriation; Egg Marketing Board.
SB2906 Appropriation; Animal Health, Board of.
SB2907 Appropriation; Fair and Coliseum Commission.
SB2908 Appropriation; Fair and Coliseum Commission - Livestock shows.
SB2910 Appropriation; Banking and Consumer Finance, Department of.
SB2911 Appropriation; Finance and Administration, Department of.
SB2912 Appropriation; Governor's Office and Mansion.
SB2913 Appropriation; Audit, Department of.
SB2914 Appropriation; Information Technology Services, Department of.
SB2915 Appropriation; Personnel Board.
SB2916 Appropriation; Secretary of State.
SB2917 Appropriation; Treasurer's Office.
SB2918 Appropriation; Debt Service-Gen. Obli.
SB2919 Appropriation; Development Authority, Mississippi.
SB2923 Appropriation; Department of Child Protection Services.
SB2924 Appropriation; additional for various state agencies for fiscal year 2016.
SB2909 Appropriation; Department of Agriculture and Forestry.
SB2920 Appropriation; Department of Medicaid and Human Services.
SB2955 Washington County; increase the amount of the special tax that may be levied to support fire protection districts in the county.

Cockerham - House

HB 885 Jackson State University property; authorize long-term lease of for student housing.
HB 906 Energy efficiency standards on buildings; extend repealer of statute requiring certain buildings to meet.
HB 822 Memorial Highway; designate certain segment of Highway 48 in Amite county as the "Taurean Harris Memorial Highway."

Coleman - House

HB1481 Juvenile justice reforms; implement per task force report.




Crawford - House

HB 959 Students with disabilities; revise process by which schools enhancing full inclusion of in all educational areas are recognized.

Currie - House

HB 47 School accountability standards; revise the manner by which accreditation ratings are assigned and require independent assessment by State Auditor.
HB 158 Medicaid; provide reimbursement to hospitals for long acting reversible contraceptives outside of APR-DRG.
HB 168 School athletics and extracurricular activities; require SBE to review and recommend revisions for administration of for public schools.
HB 196 Licensed school nurses; remove cap on those with National Board Certification eligible for annual salary supplement.
HB 553 Human Trafficking; increase penalty for.
HB 933 Graduation requirements; require SBE to administer an American Civics assessment as part of statewide testing program and for students to pass as a condition of.
HB1081 Tourism project sales tax incentive program; revise definition of term "project" and extend authority of MDA to approve participants.
HB1455 Procurement card rebates; require the Department of Finance and Administration to establish policies that govern the accrual of.

Dearing - Senate

SB2107 City of Natchez/Adams County; authorize contributions to Natchez, Inc.
SB2941 Adams County; authorize to construct or acquire a county jail anywhere in the county.

DeBar - Senate

SB2951 Wayne County; authorize an assessment on misdemeanor convictions to fund the Wayne County Justice Complex.

DeLano - House

HB1076 Oil spill settlement funds; revise provisions regarding deposit into state treasury.
HB1203 Mississippi Coast Coliseum Commission; revise membership.
HB1567 Income tax; authorize counties and municipalities to collect certain debts by setoff against the debtor's income tax refund.
HB1223 Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Law; authorize municipalities to establish leisure and recreation districts under.
HB1385 Gulf Coast Restoration Fund; create.
HB1393 Alcoholic beverages; revise qualifications for a manager's permit.

Denny - House

HB 796 Pre-election day voting; allow.
HB 797 Election code; revise.
HB 799 Precinct boundaries; prohibit altering for certain time of.
HB 809 Online voter registration; authorize under authority of Secretary of State.
HB 866 Election Crimes; revise penalties for.
HB 871 Elections; increase per diem of election commissioners for nonelection days.
HB1564 Capitol Complex Improvement District; create and fund improvement projects within.



Dixon - House

HB 167 Sales tax; withhold portion of diversion to municipality that fails to comply with audit requirement.

Doty - Senate

SB2156 Human trafficking; clarify offenses against children.
SB2418 Divorce; domestic violence as additional ground for.
SB2211 Trust law; make technical corrections.
SB2423 Candidate's or elector's residence; may be presumed from homestead exemption.
SB2425 Elections; change the length of training course required for managers/pollworkers.
SB2684 Election Commissioners; authorize to receive mileage reimbursement.

Ellis - House

HB1584 Oktibbeha County; authorize contribution to Brickfire Project - Day Care Center.
HB1592 Oktibbeha County; authorize contribution to a certain scholarship fund.


Eure - House

HB 188 DMR enforcement officers; increase time to complete required training for employment before salary benefits are terminated.
HB 815 Harvesting of oysters; prohibit the act of doing so at night.
HB1123 Commission on Marine Resources; authorize to revoke license of oyster harvester upon a third conviction within three years.
HB1124 Commission on Marine Resources; provide for expiration of permits for activities affecting coastal wetlands.
HB1714 Appropriation; Department of Marine Resources for Southern Mississippi Planning and Development District for the Coastal Map Revision Project.




Faulkner - House

HB1778 Marshall County; authorize contributions to certain 501(c)(3) organizations that operate food pantries.

Fillingane - Senate

SB2056 Income tax; returns of individuals, estates, trusts, & partnerships filed on the same day as the corresponding federal return.
SB2058 Department of Revenue; Commissioner may require fingerprinting & background checks of employees with access to federal tax info.
SB2055 Department of Revenue; revise disposal of seized alcohol if possessor is convicted of illegal possession & expand enforcement.
SB2240 Sales of land for taxes; authorize tax collector to conduct sales by online auction.
SB2237 Execution team, suppliers; identity confidential, confer immunity.
SB2291 University of Southern Mississippi property; authorize DFA to sell or lease certain parcel in Forrest County.
SB2815 Mobile ride hailing services; regulate and require licensing of.
SB2238 Abortion services; prohibit Division of Medicaid from reimbursing Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA).
SB2053 Sales taxation; revise exemption for durable medical equipment and home medical supplies.
SB2857 Bonds; authorize the issuance of general obligation bonds for various economic development programs.
SB2858 Taxpayer Pay Raise Act of 2016; phase out income taxation on first $5,000.00 of taxable income; phase out franchise tax.
SB2922 Historic tax credit and MS Small Business Investment Act; increase amount of credits that may be allocated under.
SB2808 Employment Security Act; create the Mississippi Works Fund & require contributions to support workforce training approved by MDA.
SB2921 Bonds; authorize the issuance of general obligation bonds for various economic development programs.



Formby - House

HB 93 Health insurance; revise assignment of benefits provisions regarding.
HB 666 Dentists; provide immunity for if necessary medical services are provided without expectation of payment.
HB 74 Jackson County Utility Authority Study Committee; create.
HB 393 Taxing entities; require to file annual report providing amount of tax revenues received.
HB 782 Firearms; prohibit enforcement of certain federal law relating to.
HB 938 Vaccinations; authorize exemptions for medical purposes.
HB 967 School superintendents; revise minimum qualifications to serve as.

Foster - House

HB1560 Ad valorem taxes; list of personal; property provided to tax assessor is presumed to be accurate.
HB1508 DeSoto County; authorize sheriff's office to be located not more than two miles from the courthouse.
HB1752 DeSoto County; authorize contribution to Historic DeSoto Foundation, Inc.

Frazier - Senate

SB2070 Breast-Feeding in Mississippi: Guidelines; require accommodations by employers and facilities.

Frierson - House

HB 283 Department of Corrections; amend FY16 appropriation to delete language about expenditure of funds for Personal Services.
HB 298 State assessments; expenditures from special funds for must be appropriated by Legislature.
HB 878 Budget process; bring forward sections relating to various aspects of.
HB1498 State Personnel Board procedures; extend period for one year that Department of Corrections is exempt from.
HB 1 School boards; revise certain provisions regarding continuing education for members.
HB 14 School superintendents; impose three-year moratorium on salary increases for all and prescribe method for determining raises.
HB 29 School districts; require to submit reports to PEER.
HB1294 Knife law preemption; prohibit local government entities from adopting restrictive policies relating to.
HB 289 State Board of Health; authorize to charge fees for services based on cost of providing the services.
HB1616 Appropriation; Barber Examiners, Board of.
HB1617 Appropriation; Nursing, Board of.
HB1618 Appropriation; Nursing Home Administrators, Board of.
HB1619 Appropriation: Real Estate Commission and Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board.
HB1620 Appropriation; Athletic Commission.
HB1621 Appropriation; Medical Licensure, Board of.
HB1622 Appropriation; Auctioneers Commission.
HB1623 Appropriation; Psychology, Board of.
HB1624 Appropriation; Cosmetology, Board of.
HB1625 Appropriation; Physical Therapy Board.
HB1626 Appropriation; Optometry, Board of.
HB1627 Appropriation; Engineers and Land Surveyors, Board of Registration for Professional.
HB1628 Appropriation; Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists, Board of Examiners for.
HB1629 Appropriation; Coast Coliseum Commission.
HB1630 Appropriation; Public Employees' Retirement System.
HB1631 Appropriation; Oil and Gas Board.
HB1632 Appropriation; Veterans' Home Purchase Board.
HB1633 Appropriation; Attorney General.
HB1634 Appropriation; District attorneys and staff.
HB1635 Appropriation; Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and trial judges services.
HB1636 Appropriation; Legislative expenses.
HB1637 Appropriation; Capital Post-Conviction Counsel, Office of.
HB1638 Appropriation; State Public Defender, Office of.
HB1639 Appropriation; Insurance, Department of.
HB1640 Appropriation; Fire Academy.
HB1641 Appropriation; Public Service Commission.
HB1642 Appropriation; Public Utilities Staff.
HB1643 Appropriation; Education, Department of.
HB1644 Appropriation; Educational Television, Authority for.
HB1645 Appropriation; Library Commission.
HB1646 Appropriation; Arts Commission.
HB1647 Appropriation; Archives and History, Department of.
HB1648 Appropriation; Transportation, Department of.
HB1649 Appropriation; Mississippi River Parkway Commission.
HB1650 Appropriation; Medicaid, Division of.
HB1651 Appropriation; Health, Department of.
HB1652 Appropriation; Human Services, Department of.
HB1653 Appropriation; Rehabilitation Services, Department of.
HB1654 Appropriation; Forestry Commission.
HB1655 Appropriation; Soil and Water Conservation Commission.
HB1656 Appropriation; Foresters, Board of Registration for.
HB1657 Appropriation; Marine Resources, Department of.
HB1658 Appropriation; Tombigbee River Valley Water Management District.
HB1659 Appropriation; Pearl River Valley Water Supply District.
HB1660 Appropriation; Pearl River Basin Development District.
HB1661 Appropriation; Pat Harrison Waterway District.
HB1662 Appropriation; Port Authority, State.
HB1663 Appropriation; Yellow Creek State Inland Port Authority.
HB1664 Appropriation; Environmental Quality, Department of.
HB1665 Appropriation; Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, Department of.
HB1666 Appropriation; Grand Gulf Military Monument Commission.
HB1667 Appropriation; reappropriation, DFA - Bureau of Building; FY15.



Gibbs - House

HB1750 City of West Point; extend repealer on authority to levy tax on hotels, motels and restaurants.

Gipson - House

HB 578 Mississippi See Something, Say Something Act of 2016; enact.
HB 783 Habitual nonviolent offenders; revise sentencing guidelines.
HB 572 Sexual battery; conform statute of limitation to rape.
HB 772 Youth court; authorize counsel to represent indigent parent.
HB 786 "Mississippi Church Protection Act"; create.
HB 571 Firearms; clarify meaning of courthouse and courtroom for purpose of carrying.
HB 599 Witness Protection Program; authorize.
HB 600 Firearms permits; revise renewal process.
HB 701 Drug penalties; revise.
HB1366 DUI; revise.
HB1380 Sex crime against minors; require arresting authority to report all test results of HIV tests.

Gollott - Senate

SB2597 Commission on Marine Resources; revise authority relating to oyster aquaculture facility developments.
SB2600 Commission on Marine Resources; remove requirement that waters of oyster reefs be tested within a certain period of time.
SB2699 Derelict vessels on the coastal wetlands; revise procedure for the removal of.

Guice - House

HB 396 Vehicle registration; authorize out-of-state license as proof of identification for purposes of.

Gunn - House

HB 114 State buildings; rename the MS Department of Public Safety building in Jackson, MS, the "Timothy Alan (Tim) Ford Building."
HB1523 Protecting Freedom of Conscience from Government Discrimination Act; create.
HB1529 Appeal bond requirements; revise.
HB1531 MS Statewide Teacher Appraisal Rubric (M-STAR); discontinue and require local districts to adopt teacher evaluation system.
HB1534 School districts; exempt those meeting the highest level of accreditation standards from certain duties.
HB1514 Memorial highway; designate certain segment of U.S. Highway 49 East in Leflore County as the "Highway Patrolman Tommy E. Kendall Memorial Highway."
HB1691 Historic property income tax credit; increase maximum amount of credits and extend time for taxpayer eligibility.
HB1727 Bonds; authorize issuance for wastewater treatment facilities improvements in Hinds County.

Hale - House

HB1205 Law Enforcement Officers' Death Benefits Trust Fund; revise eligibility of.
HB1683 Bonds; authorize issuance for capital improvements at the Mississippi State Fire Academy.
HB1773 DeSoto County; authorize regional utility authority to acquire credit card and sell surplus property.


Haney - House

HB 110 School buses; clarify that motor vehicle need not stop when meeting or passing on divided highway.

Harkins - Senate

SB2587 Municipal appointments; establish maximum period of time by which appointees may serve in interim capacity after expiration of term.
SB2527 "Right to Try Act"; provide immunity for hospitals where investigational drug is used or purchased.
SB2270 Mississippi Consumer Alternative Installment Loan Act; create.
SB2661 Health care certificate of need review procedures; revise.
SB2162 Airports; create Jackson Metropolitan Area Airport Authority.


Henley - House

HB1117 Military officers and employees; grant leave of absence from civil occupations in public or private business.

Hill - Senate

SB2515 Public records law; exempt certain hunting license record of the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks.


Holland - House

HB 130 Municipal clerks and Chiefs of Police in code charter municipalities; require to be appointed instead of elected.
HB 888 State building; rename the Advanced Education Center on Tupelo Campus of ICC, the "Speaker Timothy Alan (Tim) Ford Advanced Education Center."

Holloway - House

HB 4 Parental Involvement and Accountability Act; create.

Hood - House

HB 758 Firearms; restrict boards, commissions and agencies from regulating.
HB 767 Trespassers; codify duty of care to.
HB1300 Sports Shooting Ranges; bring forward sections for purposes of amendment.
HB1413 Child abuse; provide that a trafficked child is an abused child.
HB1484 Youth services under Department of Services; make technical amendments for.
HB1557 Income tax; increase amount of National Guard and Reserve compensation excluded from gross income.

Hopkins - House

HB 81 Death certificates; Vital Records shall issue five copies without charge for deceased veterans.

Hopson - Senate

SB2001 Education Employment Procedures Law; increase probationary period for newly hired certified employees on phased-in basis.
SB2114 Uniform traffic ticket; clarify forms for various.
SB2412 Interstate Medical Licensure Compact; enact.
SB2366 Mississippi Telephone Solicitation Act; expand to include cellular telephones.
SB2064 Distance Learning Collaborative Act; establish grant program administered by Mississippi Department of Education.
SB2826 City of Vicksburg; authorize to contribute funds and in-kind maintenance services to Tate Cemetery.
SB2830 Warren County; authorize contributions to various organizations.


Horhn - Senate

SB2625 Fingerprinting students in health care settings; clarify authority of State Dept. of Health to require.
SB2794 Mississippi Technology Alliance; change references in laws to Innovate Mississippi.
SB2629 Jackson State University property; may enter into long-term lease of for construction and renovation of student/faculty housing.
SB2525 Capitol Complex Improvement District; create and fund improvement projects within.



Huddleston (15th) - House

HB 880 Retirement; all members of PERS vest after 4 years of membership regardless of the date they became members.
HB 899 Public Employees' Retirement System; revise certain provisions regarding the administration of the system.
HB 903 Government Employees' Deferred Compensation Law; revise certain provisions of.
HB 976 Universities & Colleges; limit out-of-state tuition waiver for veterans enrolled in professional degree program for certain.

Hudson - Senate

SB2342 Department of Agriculture and Commerce; assess a fee to cover costs associated with the MS Agricultural Promotions Program.
SB2940 Forrest County; authorize contributions to various organizations.




Jackson (32nd) - Senate

SB2785 Department of ITS; authorize to conduct fingerprint background check on personnel for access into the State Data Centers.
SB2123 MDOC; clarify type of contracts that must be approved by the Public Procurement Review Board.
SB2512 Private correctional facilities; must guarantee recidivism rate that is less than MDOC's recidivism rate.
SB2831 Kemper County; authorize a contribution to Mississippi Community Development Empowerment, Inc.




Johnson (87th) - House

HB1439 Group purchasing programs by certain public hospitals and regional mental health centers; delete repealer on authority to participate in.

Jolly - Senate

SB2604 Energy efficiency building standards adopted by local governments; extend repealer.
SB2686 Bicycles; require lamps and reflectors for safety during nighttime riding.
SB2603 Municipalities; may have three aldermen if population is 500 or less.
SB2964 City of Houston; revise tax on restaurants, hotels & motels to promote parks & recreation and community economic development.


Jordan - Senate

SB2169 Synthetic cannabinoids; clarify status as Schedule I controlled substance.
SB2945 City of Greenwood; authorize the levy of an additional tax on hotels and motels.

Karriem - House

HB 918 Memorial highway ; designate segment of Mississippi Highway 182 in the City of Columbus as the "Rep. Esther M. Harrison Memorial Highway."

Kinkade - House

HB 106 Offenders on post release supervision; strike reference that an arrest is a technical violation.
HB 107 Parole board; authorize to revoke parole and impose remaining time if parolee committs a felony or absconds supervision.
HB 248 State vehicles; authorize DOC commissioner use of specified unmarked vehicles to prevent hindrance of official investigations.
HB1753 Marshall County; authorize contributions to Headstart.

Kirby - Senate

SB2032 Funeral escort vehicles; may be marked with purple lights when leading a military funeral procession.
SB2179 Mississippi Department of Child Protection Services; establish.
SB2484 State Board of Chiropractic Examiners; extend repealer.
SB2528 State Board of Barber Examiners; extend automatic repealer.
SB2090 "Patient's Right To Informed Health Care Choices Act"; extend repealer.

Ladner - House

HB1569 Mobile homes; give owner of one year to redeem the property after sold for taxes.

Lamar - House

HB1240 Termination of Parental Rights.
HB 737 Marriage; provide that certain persons shall not be required to officiate if such action would violate a sincerely held religious belief.
HB1506 Contracts for collection of city/county solid wastes; authorize to extend for 4 years without rebid under certain circumstances.
HB1598 Mississippi Main Street Investment Act; create.






Massengill - House

HB 595 Cargo theft; provide for crime and penalties of.
HB1296 Driver's license; revise verification procedure and term limits for non-U.S. citizen's license.
HB1754 Benton County; authorize contribution of funds to United Community Action Agency, Inc.

Massey - Senate

SB2121 Residential builders/remodelers; clarify right to recover compensation or enforce contract if not properly licensed.




McLeod - House

HB1788 George and Greene Counties; authorize to contract with U.S. and other states to house minimum/medium security offenders in regional correctional facility.
HB1789 Stone County; authorize to contract with the U.S. and other states to house minimum/medium security offenders in its regional correctional facility.


McNeal - House

HB1599 Perry County; authorize contribution to Community Development, Inc.
HB1600 Greene County; extend repeal date on assessments in justice court.
HB1703 Greene County; authorize to construct county jail anywhere in county.

Mettetal - House

HB 2 Education Achievement Council; revise composition by adding two additional members.
HB 934 Southern Regional Education Board Regional Contract Forgivable Loan Program; authorize MS Postsecondary Education Financial Assistance Board to administer.
HB1587 City of Batesville; extend repealer on tourism and industry promotion tax.


Middleton - House

HB1770 Claiborne County; authorize to charge less than fair rental value for certain county property utilized by a nonprofit.


Mims - House

HB 112 MS Responder Management System; registrants receive workers' compensation benefits for death or injury responding to emergency.
HB1178 Telemedicine; revise procedures defining and regulating the practice of.
HB 41 Interstate Medical Licensure Compact; create.
HB 154 Dog training; regulate training of support animals and require training to register with the Secretary of State.
HB 218 School transfer; allow students to attend school in adjacent district under certain circumstances.
HB 267 Mississippi Rural Hospital Transition and Improvement Grant Program; establish.
HB 456 Pharmacy Benefit Prompt Pay Act; place repealer on all sections of.
HB 462 Pharmacy Practice Act; extend repealer on.
HB 519 MS Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act; create.
HB1583 City of Natchez/Adams County; authorize to contributions to Natchez, Inc.
HB1609 Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of McComb in making improvements to Parklane Road.
HB1605 Adams County; authorize to settle claims for obligations of former Natchez Regional Medical Center for unfunded employer retirement plan contributions.


Monsour - House

HB 843 Alcoholic beverages; delete prohibition against advertisement of alcoholic beverages originating in dry areas.
HB 713 Public lands; revise certain provisions on Secretary of State's duties regarding conveyances of.
HB1078 Income tax; extend repealer on tax credit for certain charges for using certain port and airport facilities.
HB1284 Trooper school; require sex offenders who are required to register to pay registration fees to fund.
HB1347 Trooper School Fund; transfer certain lapsed funds of the Mississippi Department of Public Safety to fund trooper school.
HB1406 Death penalty; revise requirements for.
HB1588 City of Vicksburg; authorize annual contribution to Pigs-In-Flight museum.
HB1591 City of Vicksburg; authorize to contribute funds and in-kind services to Tate Cemetery.
HB1777 City of Vicksburg; authorize contribution to American Legion Auxiliary Girls State Program.



Moore - House

HB 33 Equal Opportunity for Students with Special Needs Act; revise definition of "eligible student" to include those with an active IEP for past five years.
HB 34 Financial advisors; require those appointed by the State Supt. of Public Education to certain school districts to be independent contractors.
HB 51 Literacy-Based Promotion Act; revise and clarify provisions relating to retention to 3rd Grade accountability assessments.
HB 52 Literacy-Based Promotion Act; clarify training component provided to teachers by the State Dept. of Education.
HB 79 Teacher certification; provide exemption for qualification for licensure to certain individuals.
HB 91 Student transfer; prohibit board of failing districts from denying requests to better performing schools or districts.
HB 199 State Dept. of Education; remove from certain State Personnel Board procedures for a total of five years.
HB 200 EEF Procurement Cards; revise definition of "teachers" to include those employed at public special purpose schools to receive.
HB 207 National Board Certification; all school employees to be reimbursed for actual cost of completing each component of certification.
HB 458 MAEP; bring forward related sections for purpose of possible revisions.
HB 924 Council on Education Technology; reestablish and define responsibilities.
HB 990 School boards; elect all at presidential election for four-year term.
HB1054 Financial literacy curriculum; require the State Board of Education to implement for all students in Grades 9-12.

Moran - Senate

SB2398 Sixteenth section lieu land; authorize exchange for timber development.
SB2949 City of Bay St. Louis; to allow, regulate and control for slow-moving vehicles on city streets.





Paden - House

HB 853 Memorial highway; designate certain segment of U.S. Highway 61 in Coahoma County as the "Dr. Aaron E. Henry Memorial Highway."
HB1744 Coahoma County; authorize to construct or acquire a county jail anywhere in the county.

Parker - Senate

SB2463 Military justice; allow Adjutant General to designate facility upon sentence of confinement.
SB2465 Military justice; revise maximum fine imposed by courts-martial.
SB2468 Simple and aggravated assault; assault on member of military is aggravating circumstances for.
SB2524 Charitable Bingo Law; remove restrictions on compensation of person who assist in conducting bingo games.
SB2618 Out-of-state tuition waiver for veterans; shall not be given to certain nonresident students at professional schools or colleges.
SB2669 Mississippi Code of Military Justice; correct the reference to the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.
SB2183 Unclaimed dead bodies; board of supervisors or the coroners shall direct burial or cremation of.
SB2493 Supporting and Strengthening Families Act; create.
SB2777 DUI Modernization and Technology Act; create.
SB2778 DUI Transparency Act; create.
SB2146 Sale tax; divert an additional amount to cities to be used to fund infrastructure projects.
SB2938 DeSoto County; authorize contribution to Historic DeSoto Foundation, Inc.

Parks - Senate

SB2483 Articles of incorporation; revise.
SB2265 MS Debt Management Services Act; extend repealer.
SB2344 Writs of garnishment; limit liability of garnishee if garnishee is a financial institution.
SB2346 Small loan licensee; revise the prohibition on giving a premium to prospective borrower as inducement to make a loan.
SB2349 Small loan licensees; may solicit and collect insurance premiums on noncredit insurance if certain conditions are met.
SB2520 Commissioner of Banking; may join an examination with the Federal Reserve Bank of certain bank holding companies.
SB2409 Mississippi Credit Availability Act; create.
SB2504 Mississippi S.A.F.E. Mortgage Act; extend repealer and revise certain provisions.
SB2725 Real estate brokers/salespersons; require background investigations for licensure.
SB2050 Town of Walnut; authorize expansion of natural gas system.
SB2958 Alcorn County; authorize contracts with the United States and other states to house medium or minimum security offenders at regional jail.



Pigott - House

HB1131 MS Agricultural Promotions; revise Dept. of Ag & Commerce to authority to administer for marketing purposes.
HB1130 Petroleum Products Inspection Law; extend repealer on.

Polk - Senate

SB2126 Education Achievement Council; expand membership by adding MAICU Executive Director and MAP President.
SB2198 Municipal annexation; must include certain number of persons residing in the area to be annexed.
SB2585 Architectural & engineering services contracts; clarify oversight authority by Department of Finance and Administration.
SB2591 State agency purchasing agents; clarify who must attend purchasing certification program.
SB2167 Qualifying fees; require independent candidates to pay and increase for party candidates.
SB2536 Public contracts for energy efficiency services; authorize MDA to assemble list of prequalified energy services providers.
SB2593 MS Public Records Act; clarify when competitive sealed proposals must be produced.

Powell - House

HB 845 Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of "qualified resort area" under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.
HB1083 CON; revise certain definitions and procedures regarding review.

Read - House

HB 116 Commission on Environmental Quality; require that a majority of members not receive significant income from persons regulated under Clean Air Act.

Reynolds - House

HB 716 Jointly held property; authorize to be sold by broker in a commercially reasonable manner.
HB 142 Burn ban; revise penalties for violation of.
HB 659 Noah's Law; create.
HB1585 Grenada County; authorize to contract with the United States and other states to house minimum or medium security offenders in.



Rogers (61st) - House

HB 732 Military justice; revise maximum fines imposed by courts-martial and revise certain other provisions.
HB 742 Simple and aggravated assault; provide that assault on member of military is aggravating circumstances for.

Rushing - House

HB 241 Fire Chief Mickey Lewis Yates Memorial Highway; designate segment of Highway 492 in Newton County as.
HB1688 Town of Walnut Grove; authorize expansion of gas distribution system into certain areas of Leake and Scott Counties.


Scott - House

HB 825 Memorial highway; revise certain segment of Highway 59.

Seymour - Senate

SB2809 Hunting on streets and railroads; clarify prohibition on.



Simmons (12th) - Senate

SB2760 Drug courts; amend criteria for participation in.
SB2314 Office of State Public Defender; require AOC to furnish data.
SB2791 Parole; clarify list of offenses that make offenders convicted between 1995-2014 ineligible for.

Simmons (13th) - Senate

SB2532 Harvest permits; extend date of repeal to July 1, 2019.
SB2675 Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize for various entities.
SB2953 Sunflower County; authorize the issuance of bonds to assist in the completion of the B.B. King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center.

Smith - House

HB 391 Department of Revenue; authorize to compromise and settle tax liabilities with taxpayers.
HB 425 Sale of land for taxes; authorize tax collector to conduct sales by online auction.
HB 446 Income tax; extend date of repeal on tax credit for certain employers sponsoring skills training for employees.
HB 461 Income tax; provide that filing date for state return is the same as filing date for corresponding federal return.
HB 444 Mississippi Motion Picture Incentive Act; extend authority of Department of Revenue to approve applications for certain rebates under.
HB 460 Department of Revenue; revise date upon which time period begins to run for taxpayer to request hearing on permit revocation/suspension.
HB 842 Tourism project sales tax incentive program; extend authority of MDA to approve participants for certain projects.
HB1421 State officers and employees; increase the per diem compensation for.
HB 447 Department of Revenue; authorize to require fingerprints and background checks for employees with access to federal tax information.
HB1387 Sales tax; revise type of information used by Commissioner of Revenue when assessing tax liability in certain cases.
HB1423 Department of Revenue; revise disposal of seized alcohol if possessor is convicted of illegal possession and expand enforcement.
HB1384 Department of Revenue, tax liens; bring forward sections of law relating to.
HB1422 Income tax; public and private hospitals may collect certain debts by a set off against the debtor's refund.
HB 277 Counties; authorize payment of certain monthly secretarial allowance to board attorneys for secretarial services provided in discharge of duties.
HB1444 Financial Transparency in Education Act; create.
HB1452 UMMC teaching hospital; exempt from the provisions of certain purchasing and service contract practices.
HB1554 Employment Security Act; create the Mississippi Works Fund and require contributions to support workforce training approved by MDA.
HB1386 Oil Spill settlement funds; use portion to pay debt service of bonds issued for road and bridge improvements.
HB1677 Sales tax; continue to exempt sales of agricultural products grown in this state and cut and first sold from place of production.
HB1729 Bonds; authorize for various purposes.
HB1747 Fire protection districts; revise the manner to increase special taxes in support of.
HB 376 Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of a new Highway Safety Patrol Substation in Starkville.
HB 395 Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of the Mississippi Maritime Museum in Pascagoula.
HB 408 Income tax; authorize a credit for employers who pay the cost of a qualified wellness program.
HB1460 Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds for the Small Municipalities and Limited Population Counties Fund.
HB1596 Bonds; authorize issuance for the Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund.
HB1682 Bonds; authorize issuance for improvements at University of Mississippi Medical Center.
HB 412 Working Families Tax Credit Act; create to authorize an income tax credit in an amount equal to a portion of earned income tax credit.
HB1611 Mississippi Site Development Grant Program; create and authorize issuance of bonds to provide funds for.
HB1613 Bonds; authorize issuance of general obligation bonds for various Mississippi Development Authority programs.
HB1674 Ad valorem tax; revise provisions regarding fee-in-lieu of ad valorem taxes.
HB1686 Mississippi Small Business Investment Company Act; increase the amount of investment tax credits that may be allocated under.
HB1698 Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of Mississippi Science and Industry Museum in Hattiesburg.
HB1736 Bonds; authorize issuance for improvements at the state-owned shipyard in Jackson County.
HB1737 Constables; levy additional tax on income derived from fees.
HB1704 Lowndes County; authorize certain payment for removal of storm debris.

Smith (39th) - House

HB 413 Income tax; exempt a portion of income of certain physicians/nurse practitioners practicing in critical physician shortage areas.

Snowden - House

HB 958 School personnel; prohibit from engaging in political activity while in performance of official duties.
HB1119 Military Department and Mississippi National Guard; revise certain provisions regarding civilian guard and other employees.
HB1687 Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property or services to subsidiary or affiliate of the MS Children's Museum operating satellite museum in this state.
HB 917 Bonds; authorize issuance of general obligation bonds for the Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Center.



Staples - House

HB1189 MS Dept. of Information Technology Services; revise certain requirements for employment and require criminal background check.

Steverson - House

HB1590 City of Ripley; authorize expansion of gas distribution system more than 5 miles outside corporate limits of.
HB 463 Town of Walnut; authorize expansion of natural gas system.

Stone - Senate

SB2962 Marshall County; authorize contributions to charitable nonprofit organizations exempt from federal income taxation.
SB2947 Suffrage; restore to Robert E. Banks.

Straughter - House

HB1734 Humphreys County; authorize to make contributions to Humphreys County Industrial Foundation.
HB1735 Humphreys County; authorize to contribute funds to little league baseball teams within the county.




Thomas - House

HB1690 Sunflower County; authorize contribution to Fannie Lou Hamer Cancer Foundation.
HB1781 Bolivar County; authorize contribution to Bolivar County Community Action Agency, Inc.

Tindell - Senate

SB2313 Silencers on firearms; revise prohibition.
SB2649 Secretary of State; process for appeal of any penalties imposed by.
SB2799 Municipal naming rights; may be leased to private commercial entity.
SB2447 Charitable organizations; revise due date for registration renewal.
SB2476 Tidelands; exempt municipal small water craft harbors from obtaining a tidelands lease from the Secretary of State.
SB2660 Senior status judges; revise service qualification.
SB2485 Drones; prohibit near and above correctional facilities.
SB2508 Physician's license to practice; filing with circuit clerk not required.
SB2574 Mississippi Uniform Power of Attorney Act; create.
SB2680 Child support; modifications retroactive up to one year.
SB2704 Bad check law; technical correction.
SB2541 Fantasy Contest Act; enact to require fantasy contest operators to implement certain procedures.
SB2306 Sanctuary cities; prohibit, and require local cooperation with federal immigration control.
SB2943 Harrison County; authorize the cleaning of blighted property.
SB2960 City of Gulfport; authorize the Gulfport Redevelopment Authority to enter into long-term lease of certain property.

Tollison - Senate

SB2438 Local school superintendents; all appointed after January 1, 2019.
SB2153 School district financial advisors; those appointed by State Supt. of Education deemed as independent contractors & clarify payment.
SB2157 Literacy-based Promotion Act; clarify assessments for prohibiting promotion to Grade 4.
SB2160 Students who withdrew from school before graduation; authorize high school diploma for achieving reasonably comparable requirements.
SB2392 Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District and Mississippi State University; may operate model rural school.
SB2678 School safety plan documents; exempt from Public Records Act.
SB2200 Securities registration; provide for notice filings for federal covered securities created by the JOBS Act.
SB2205 Education Enhancement Funds; authorize for Mississippi Schools for Arts, Math and Blind/Deaf.
SB2388 Reading intervention program at "C" level or low-performing school districts; direct State Department of Education to conduct.
SB2408 Council on Education Technology; reestablish and define responsibilities.
SB2713 Salary supplement for Nat'l. Bd. Certified teachers who teach in certain counties; authorize & clarify process reimbursement.
SB2158 Determination of cost of adequate education program; define student "average daily membership" (ADM) for purpose of formula.
SB2161 Mississippi Charter Schools Act of 2013; make technical amendments relating to funding, enrollment and operation.
SB2495 School district consolidation; require in Carroll County/Montgomery County/Winona.
SB2497 School district consolidation; require in Chickasaw County.
SB2500 School district consolidation; require in Lumberton Public School District and adjoining districts.
SB2571 State agencies; review contracts for procurement of supplemental insurance.
SB2501 Coahoma Agriculture High School; provide for closure and transfer of facilities, equipment and students.
SB2969 City of Oxford; authorize contributions to Oxford-Lafayette County Economic Development Foundation.
SB2954 Lafayette County; authorize contributions to the Oxford-Lafayette County Economic Development Foundation through FY2019.

Touchstone - House

HB 850 Motor vehicle; require to travel at a safe and appropriate rate of speed when approaching certain features on the roadway.
HB1292 Social host; describe felony requirements for violations of.


Turner - House

HB1505 Energy efficiency services; revise laws regarding public contracts for.
HB 819 MS Small Business Regulatory Flexibility Act; revise certain provisions and delete repealer on.
HB1448 Department of Archives & History; board members shall be appointed by the Governor.
HB1500 State Auditor; revise rights related to requesting certain information and conducting certain audits.
HB1501 Personal Service Contract Review Board; revise to make technical changes to.
HB1503 State agency purchasing agents; clarify who must attend purchasing certification program.
HB1504 Architectural and engineering services contracts; clarify certain review and oversight by DFA of.
HB1760 Lee County; authorize to create a youth court referee position for youth court in.





Weathersby - House

HB 25 DFA; clarify and update inventory of state real properties under the authority, general supervision and oversight of.
HB 26 MS Sports Hall of Fame & Dizzy Dean Museum; authorize DFA to extend lease of for a term not to exceed 20 years.
HB 884 MSU; authorize to enter into a long term lease for housing and retail purposes.
HB 904 University of Mississippi Medical Center; authorize to lease property with approval of IHL to the American Cancer Society.
HB1471 Public Procurement Review Board; provide DFA oversight for review and prior approval of RFPs submitted for agency lease and rental agreements.
HB1497 Public Procurement Review Board; provide oversight for agency contracts for architects and engineers for preapproved RFPs.
HB1580 City of Florence; extend repealer on bar and restaurant tax.

White - House

HB 496 Income tax; extend repeal date on tax credit for new cut and sew jobs in upholstered furniture manufacturing industry.
HB 472 Mississippi Appraisal Management Company Registration Act; extend repealer on registration requirement for appraisal management companies.
HB1556 Income tax; extend repealer on tax credit for certain charges at airports used for export/import of cargo.
HB 475 MS Boll Weevil Management Corporation; extend repealer on provision requiring annual audits to be provided by November 15.
HB 485 MS Veterans Monument Commission; extend repealer on.
HB 504 MS Auctioneers License Act; extend repealer on.
HB 470 MS Debt Management Services Act; extend repealer on.
HB 473 Physician Assistants; extend repealer on authority for issuance of temporary license to applicants in master's degree program.
HB 477 Forest acreage tax; extend repealer on law requiring certain counties to levy.
HB 478 Task Force on the Future of Gifted Education in MS; extend repealer on.
HB 482 Medicaid; extend repealers on dental services and the dialysis transportation program.
HB 483 Burn care lien for qualifying providers; extend repealer on statutes establishing.
HB 484 Small Business and Grocer Investment Act; extend repealer on.
HB 486 Mississippi Gulf Coast Region Utility Board; extend repealer on.
HB 487 Wild hogs; extend repealer on provisions relating to the importation, release and transportation of.
HB 489 Patient's Right to Informed Health Care Choices Act and prohibitions against deceptive advertising by health care providers; delete repealers on.
HB 491 Emergency telecommunicators; extend repealers on training requirements and funding.
HB 492 Public lands; extend repealer restricting the purchase of by certain persons and business entities.
HB 494 Sex-related/abstinence education and Teen Pregnancy Prevention Task Force; extend repealers on.
HB 497 MAEP; extend repealer on requirement that certain absences be considered excused for purposes of average daily attendance.
HB 499 Public Service Commission; extend repealers on its creation and authority to hire attorneys for certain proceedings.
HB 502 State Board of Barber Examiners; extend repealer on.
HB 503 State Board of Chiropractic Examiners; extend repealer on.
HB 506 State Port authority; extend repealer on authority to use design-build method of contracting.
HB 507 MS Delta Area Workforce Training Project; extend repealer on.
HB 897 Medicaid planners; delete requirement to have a surety bond.
HB 898 Medicaid; require reimbursement of all primary care physicians at 100% of Medicare rate.
HB1116 Act to Restore Hope, Opportunity and Prosperity for Everyone (HOPE); create.
HB1198 Harvest permits; extend repealers on authority of MDOT to issue & provisions establishing maximum weight and routes of such vehicles.
HB1449 Leake County property; authorize DFA to transfer certain located within to Town of Walnut Grove on behalf of MDOC.
HB 479 State offenders serving sentences in county jails; extend repealer on.
HB1723 City of Carthage; authorize a tax on hotels, motels and restaurants for recreation and tourism venues, parks and recreational facilities.


Wiggins - Senate

SB2051 Bond proceeds; revise MDA's authority regarding disbursal of for capital improvements at the state shipyard.
SB2130 Domestic abuse protection orders; revise appellate procedure.
SB2138 Child abuse; expand to include a trafficked child.
SB2732 Fondling of a child under 16; technical correction to penalty.
SB2762 HIV testing; clarify for those arrest for sex crimes against minors.
SB2765 Pretrial diversion; authorize misdemeanant participation in district attorney's program.
SB2766 Indecent assault; create crime of.
SB2364 Juvenile Detention Facilities Licensing Act; create.
SB2533 MS Open Records Act; revise time period for release of records containing trade secrets or confidential information.
SB2752 Income tax; extend repeal date on tax credit for certain charges for using certain port facilities.
SB2081 Open Meetings Act; technical correction.
SB2132 Witness Protection Program; create.
SB2937 Jackson County; authorize the cleaning of certain blighted property.
SB2274 Prekindergarten programs; establish Early Childhood Services Interagency Coordinating Council.

Wilemon - Senate

SB2035 Headlights; require use of when windshield wipers necessary.
SB2942 Town of Belmont; authorize expansion of the town's natural gas distribution system.
SB2966 City of Booneville; authorize a tax on restaurants to promote tourism and parks & recreation.


Willis - House

HB1361 DUI test; clarify the authority to administer.
HB1369 Controlled Substances; revise Schedulers I,II,III and IV.

Wilson - House

HB 131 Municipalities; authorize adoption of ordinance for system to issue citations and summons to violators of certain ordinances.
HB 951 Advanced placement teacher recertification requirement; revise.
HB1086 Unclaimed Property Act; proceeds of redeemed US Savings Bonds under shall be deposited into Abandoned Property Fund.
HB1266 Humane Society; revise exemption criteria related to charitable solicitations.
HB 137 Municipal election mangers; revise discretionary salary and compensation for attending training sessions.
HB1751 City of Madison; authorize use of golf carts on certain streets within.




Younger - Senate

SB2170 County supervisors; create education and certification program for.
SB2782 Mississippi volunteer medical care to indigent persons; provide licensure standards and immunity from liability.
SB2309 Memorial highway; designate U.S. 45 Alternate in Lowndes County as Tom Goode Memorial Highway.

Zuber - House

HB1511 MS Consumer Alternative Installment Loan Act; create.
HB 27 Securities; require notice filings for certain types of federal covered securities.
HB 454 Abandoned vessels; provide certain procedures for disposing of.
HB 574 Shoplifting; revise penalties.
HB1155 Financial institutions service providers; authorize Commissioner of Banking to examine.