Bills by Author for 2021 Session

111 Authors

Anderson (122nd) - House

HB1509 Hancock County; extend the date of repeal on the Hancock County Tourism Development Bureau and hotel/motel tax.
HB 104 Board of Supervisors of Hancock County; revise salary of attorney hired to prosecute cases for county.

Anthony - House

HB1482 City of Indianola; extend repeal date on tourism commission and hotel, motel and restaurant tax.

Arnold - House

HB1453 City of Booneville; extend date of repeal on city's hotel, motel and restaurant tax.
HB1062 Daylight saving time; observe year-round if federal law is amended to allow it.

Bain - House

HB 87 MDHS fraud investigators; provide they shall be law enforcement officers.
HB 196 "Dignity for Incarcerated Women Act"; create.
HB 287 Drug Intervention Courts; standardize references.
HB 796 Habitual offender; revise penalties for.
HB 974 DPS; revise law regarding.
HB 113 Community College Boards of Trustees; revise composition of Northeast Mississippi and Coahoma Community Colleges.
HB 70 Autopsies; provide for confidentiality of photographs and video and audio recordings with exceptions.
HB 80 Dogs; regulate and provide penalties for those with a history of biting.
HB 163 Judicial districts; create Twenty-fourth Circuit Court.
HB 286 Cemeteries; authorize to disinter and reinter dead human remains for next of kin instructions.
HB 290 Pre-trial Intervention; prohibit certain amount of public embezzlement for.
HB 551 Driver's license; require Department of Public Safety to allow official identifying document of MDOC to suffice for.
HB 111 Community and junior colleges; authorize boards of trustees to approve policies permitting waiver of out-of-state tuition.
HB 874 Tobacco and alternative nicotine products; increase age to 21 and require government-issued photographic identification.

Barnett - Senate

SB2573 Department of Public Safety; implement uniform reporting standards for jail census data & create & maintain a centralized database.
SB2795 "Mississippi Earned Parole Eligibility Act"; enact.
HB 634 Firearms restriction; limit those by cities, counties and state agencies.
SB2574 Reentry courts; create pilot reentry court, and establish rehab and workforce development program at MDOC.

Barrett - Senate

SB2881 City of Brookhaven; extend repeal date on the tax upon room rentals of hotels, motels and bed-and-breakfast establishments.
SB2868 Qualified resort areas; include certain municipalities.

Barton - House

HB1497 Jackson County; direct contributions to Management and Operations for the Mary C. O'Keefe Cultural Center of Arts and Education.
HB1156 Public property; authorize certain state property conveyed to Jackson to be used for park and recreational purposes.
HB1157 Golf carts and low-speed vehicles; allow municipalities to authorize operation on certain municipal streets.
HB1160 Dual Credit Community College Scholarship Program; create.

Bell (21st) - House

HB 539 Career and technical education; revise curriculum, instructor license requirements and certain assessments.
HB 849 State Workforce Investment Board; revise membership of.
HB 536 Mississippi Department of Employment Security; revise various provisions regarding authority of.
HB 842 Reverse auction; revise method of receiving bids through for agencies and governing authorities.
HB1253 Construction management at risk method of project delivery; revise certain provisions related to.

Bell (65th) - House

HB1513 Suffrage; restore to Jay Wesley Jackson of Hinds County.
HB1515 Suffrage; restore to Debra Denise Thomas of Hinds County.
HB1516 Suffrage; restore to Gerald O. Laird of Jefferson Davis County.
HB 359 Municipalities with a certain population; allow to establish overdue water/sewer programs.

Bennett - House

HB 504 Commission on School Accreditation; clarify membership composition.
HB 852 Teachers' and teacher's assistants' salaries; provide increase to minimum salary.
HB1502 MS Coast Transportation Authority; authorize to bear the full cost of processing electronic payments.
HB 487 County and public libraries; repeal certain provisions related to.
HB 370 Public purchasing laws; exempt purchase of nonadopted and adopted textbooks by MDE for nonpubilc schools.
HB 429 Contracts; authorize persons eighteen years of age or older to enter into for the purpose of investing in mutual funds.
HB 853 Charter schools; revise deadlines for certain reporting requirements and to allow certain teacher units to those in first year of operation.

Blackmon - Senate

SB2411 Services to individuals who are homeless or at risk of experiencing homelessness; DHS pilot project.

Blackwell - Senate

SB2799 Mississippi Medicaid Program; make technical amendments to reimbursements and administration.
SB2474 Health department; authorize certain charges for services with other agencies for operation of medical marijuana program.
SB2024 Depositories; revise bid process for selection by counties and municipalities.
SB2035 Hunting; allow air guns, air bows and pre-charged pneumatic weapons, and authorize special seasons for CWD sample collection.
SB2032 City of Olive Branch; authorize 1% tax on hotels and motels and issuance of bonds for tourism and parks and recreation.
SB2004 Health Care Certificate of Need; bring forward section.
SB2578 Arrest warrants; authorize electronic signatures.
SB2765 Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act; create.
SB2187 Universal Recognition of Occupational Licenses Act; enact.

Blount - Senate

SB2974 City of Byram; extend repeal date on hotel and motel tax.
SB2788 Radar speed detection; revise provisions concerning use by Highway Patrol and municipal law enforcement in certain cities.
SB2809 Public records; extend repealer on provision requiring public access to records.
SB2305 William F. Winter and Jack Reed, Sr., Teacher Loan Repayment Program; create.
SB2081 University of Mississippi Medical Center property; revise leasing authority by removing provision requiring mixed-use development.

Bounds - House

HB1494 Walnut Grove; authorize Walnut Grove Correctional Authority to contract with the state to operate correctional facility.
HB1231 Mississippi Outdoor Stewardship Trust Fund; create.
HB 382 Chronic wasting disease; revise requirements for testing of white-tailed deer harvested within enclosures.
HB1230 Mississippi Development Authority; allow businesses located on tribal lands to be eligible for certain discretionary programs.
HB 277 Tribal identification cards; recognize as legal means of personal identification.
HB 505 Mississippi Broadband Accessibility Act; create.
HB 942 Public utilities; authorize rate-regulated electric utilities to permit broadband provider use of the electric delivery system.
HB 91 Public Service Commission; remove from the provisions of the Mississippi Budget Transparency and Simplification Act.

Boyd - Senate

SB2435 Alcoholic beverages; revise various provisions relating to distilleries.
SB2270 Autopsies; provide for confidentiality of photographs and recordings of.
SB2221 Mississippi Dementia Care Program, Food Bank Pilot Programming; create.
SB3072 Lafayette County; change governing law for county trust fund investments from PERS to MS Uniform Prudent Investor Act.
HB 357 Bonding requirement for county purchase clerk; increase.
HB 358 Bonding requirement for school purchasing agents; increase.
SB2307 Dyslexia Awareness Training Program; require teachers to complete two hours of training for.
HB 814 Public Procurement Review Board; exempt certain contracts entered into by Attorney General's office from oversight of.

Branning - Senate

SB2031 City of Louisville; extend the hotel and motel tax repeal date to July 1, 2025.
SB2598 Department of Public Safety; revise licensing.
SB2373 Motor fuel sales; provide immunity for damages caused by the use of incompatible fuel upon certain conditions.
SB2478 Motor carrier safety improvements; prohibit consideration of use in evaluation of employment status.
SB2825 Transportation; revise provisions relating to motor carrier enforcement, harvest permits, and funding.
SB2020 Tribal identification cards; recognize as legal means of personal identification.
SB2811 Abandoned manufactured or mobile homes; establish procedure for disposition.
SB2507 Mississippi Development Authority; allow businesses located on tribal lands to be eligible for certain discretionary programs.

Brown (20th) - House

HB1154 Mississippi Outdoors and Natural Resources Fund; create to provide source of private funds to promote outdoors and natural resources.

Bryan - Senate

SB2419 State Medical Examiner fees; extend repealer on.
SB2021 Coordinator of Mental Health Accessibility; house position under DFA, exempt contracts from rules of contract review board.

Burnett - House

HB1526 Suffrage; restore to Antonio Simpson of Tunica County.

Busby - House

HB 572 Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of "qualified resort area" under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.
HB 550 Intermediate driver's license; delete all references to.
HB 319 DPS; make revision to gun permit residency requirement and certain driver's license petitions for review.
HB 341 Motor carrier safety improvements; prohibit consideration of deployment of in determining an individual's employment status with motor carrier.
HB 573 Bridges and culverts; revise laws regarding.
HB 579 Motor carrier regulation; update and streamline.
HB1493 Jackson County; revise duties of civil service commission for sheriff's department relating to certain personnel matters.
HB 576 Local System Bridge Replacement & Rehabilitation Fund; revise allocation formula.

Byrd - House

HB1438 City of Petal; authorize a tax on hotels, motels, bars and restaurants to promote tourism, parks and recreation.
HB 493 Counties and municipalities; authorize to offer Medicare eligible employee benefits when employees secures Medicare under certain circumstances.

Carpenter - House

HB 189 Mississippi Persian Gulf War Memorial; authorize MSVA to move to another appropriate location.
HB 761 State Veterans Affairs Board; revise powers and duties relating to the operation of the State Veterans Homes.
HB 186 Claims by veterans under consumer protection law; Mississippi Veterans Affairs Board offers service free of charge.
HB 187 County veteran service officers; revise certain qualifications and requirements.
HB1182 Veterans; provide uniform definition and include NOAA Corps.
HB 69 State Veterans Affairs Board; provide that certain employees of are nonstate service employees under state personnel system.
HB 188 Required uniform designations for offenders; exempt offenders in Mississippi Statewide Incarcerated Veterans Program.

Carter - Senate

SB2018 Mississippi Telephone Solicitation Act; extend repealer on provision requiring deposit of fees to State General Fund.
SB2648 MS Geologic Sequestration of Carbon Dioxide Act; Oil and Gas Board shall have jurisdiction to enforce provisions of.
SB2649 Public contracts for energy efficiency; extend repeal date on use of.
SB2372 Oil and gas; to extend repeal date on the use of the conservation fund to plug orphan or gas wells.
SB2559 Public Service Commission; may contract with federal agencies for the collection of data and mapping of broadband availability.
SB2798 Public utilities; authorize rate-regulated electric utilities to permit broadband provider use of the electric delivery system.

Caughman - Senate

SB2626 MS Business Corporation Act; amend to allow corporations to hold annual or special shareholder meetings remotely.
SB2098 State Board of Funeral Service; extend repealer on.
SB2628 Credit Availability Act; extend repealer on.
SB2627 Home inspector license; require applicants to undergo certain background checks.

Chassaniol - Senate

SB2606 Mississippi Native Spirit Law; create.
SB2188 State agencies; revise reporting requirements when personnel actions are exempted from State Personnel Board procedures.

Clark - House

HB1498 Holmes County; authorize contributions to P.E.A.R.L.S. Mentoring for Girls, Inc.
HB1499 Holmes County; authorize contributions to Fannie Lou Hamer Cancer Foundation.
HB1500 Holmes County; authorize transfer of funds/property from defunct county economic development authority to county economic development district.

Cockerham - House

HB 631 Law enforcement; allow off-duty use of official vehicles while performing security services in off-duty hours.
HB 695 State Domestic Violence Fund; remove the matching funds requirement for.
HB 746 Mississippi Motor Vehicle Commission Law; revise regarding warranty reimbursement.
HB1012 Charitable solicitations; revise provisions relating to notice, demand and service of process.
HB 302 Community schools; authorize implementation under the administration of a District Innovation.
HB 581 The Sexual Assault Response For College Students Act; create.

Criswell - House

HB 609 Public purchasing law; exempt procurement of certain aircraft by state institutions of higher learning from.

Crudup - House

HB1246 Capitol Complex Improvement District; authorize demolition of slum and blighted properties located within.

Currie - House

HB1333 Town of Wesson; authorize the use of low-speed vehicles and golf carts on certain public roads.
HB1334 Town of Georgetown; authorize use of low-speed vehicles and golf carts on certain public roads.
HB1335 Lincoln County; include food sold at county's civic center as retail merchandise when processing electronic payments for such merchandise.
HB 294 Hospices; delete repealer on authority for prescribing certain drugs without in-person visit with a patient.
HB1263 Occupational licensing; provide for recognition of out-of-state licenses if applicants satisfy certain conditions.
HB 296 Hospice licensure; extend moratorium on and authorize issuance of 2 pediatric palliative care licenses.
HB 762 Bonds; revise purposes for which bonds authorized for Town of Wesson may be used.
HB1174 Department of Corrections; authorize to provide for hospice care services to inmates with a terminal illness.
HB 148 Mississippi Development Authority Tourism Advertising Fund; use portion of monies in to advertise state parks.

DeBar - Senate

SB2107 Firearms; prohibit local governments and state agencies from restricting possession.
SB2149 MAEP; Department of Education required to hold harmless school district from calculating 2020-2021 average daily attendance.
SB2267 Teacher license; allow reciprocity if teacher possesses standard license from other state and passes background check.
SB2481 Memorial highways; designate various segments.
SB2630 County law library; authorize use of money for technological purposes.
SB2001 Teachers' salaries; provide for increase.
SB2527 Mississippi Critical Teacher Shortage Act; extend repealer on.
SB2355 Age of majority; revise.

DeLano - Senate

SB2394 Public officers and employees; revise policy regulating personal use of state-owned wireless communication devices.
SB2678 Computer science curriculum; require State Department of Education to implement in K-12 public schools.

Denton - House

HB1475 Suffrage; restore to LaTonya Woodson of Warren County.
HB1478 Suffrage; restore to Janice O'Neal of Warren County.
HB1487 City of Vicksburg; authorize to execute certain agreement to make contributions to Vicksburg Warren Economic Development Foundation.

Deweese - House

HB 754 Dyslexia education; revise provisions for determining student eligibility for IEP or 504 Plan.
HB1466 Oxford Municipal Reserve and Trust Fund; make technical correction concerning certain internal reference within.
HB 352 Home inspector license; require applicants to undergo certain background checks.
HB 638 Alcoholic beverages; revise various provisions relating to distilleries.
HB1181 The MS Registered Agents Act; revise to include "email address."

England - Senate

SB2261 Perpetual care cemetaries; authorize counties and cities to clean property of those not properly maintained and seek reimbursement.
SB2282 Youth detention; raise minimum age for youth commitment to state training school and secure detention.
SB2746 Hudson's Law; require healthcare providers to provide information to parents who receive a postnatal diagnosis of a chromosomal disorder.
SB2263 Cemeteries and burial grounds; make misleading filings unlawful.

Eubanks - House

HB 586 Statewide Elections Management System; compare to certain identification databases to ensure non-U.S. citizens are not registered to vote.

Evans (45th) - House

HB 628 Highway privilege tax; add a gross vehicle weight category for carriers of property with additional tax.

Felsher - House

HB 633 Computer science curriculum; require State Department of Education to implement in K-12 public schools.
HB1288 Charter vessel operator's permit; create to authorize the sale of alcoholic beverages by the holder of.

Fillingane - Senate

SB2117 Juvenile offenders; provide alternative sentencing and parole options.
SB2121 Intimate visual material; criminalize disclosure of.
SB2223 Arrest warrants; authorize issuance for sex offenses against children upon oral testimony.
SB2119 Pseudoephedrine and ephedrine; authorize sales and purchase of certain products containing without a prescription.
SB2253 Concealed carry weapons permit; combine with driver's license or identification card.
SB2759 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families; increase the monthly amount.
SB2068 Voyeurism; revise sentencing.
SB2106 Off-duty law enforcement officers; authorized to use public vehicles for private security duty.
SB2762 Department of Human Services; permit use of a simplified reporting system.
SB2260 Public official corruption; authorize prosecution by Attorney General upon request of the State Auditor.
SB2757 South Mississippi Regional Health Care Authority; establish.

Ford (54th) - House

HB 330 Uninsured motorist coverage law; revise to prohibit insurance policy from paying certain losses if another insurance policy must pay for such.
HB1205 Telemedicine; revise definition for provisions of law regarding coverage for telemedicine services.
HB1251 Mississippi Workers' Compensation Commission; return to a special fund agency.
HB 327 Comprehensive Hurricane Damage Mitigation Program; extend repealer on.
HB 331 Professional employer organizations; provide for registration and regulation by the Insurance Department.
HB 328 State and Interstate highways; authorize Mississippi Transportation Commission and counties to contract for counties to maintain.

Ford (73rd) - House

HB 949 Solid waste landfills; prohibit new landfill in county where 2 or more exist, unless referendum held.
HB 951 Department of Human Services; authorize to use additional methods of communication to send notices relating to child support to financial institutions.

Guice - House

HB 877 Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of "qualified resort area" under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.

Gunn - House

HB1446 Income tax; allow deduction for Back to Business Mississippi Grant Program eligible expenses.
HB 8 UMMC property; revise leasing authority by removing certain minimum requirements of improvements to development.
HB 9 MS Law Enforcement Officers' Training Academy; name firing range as the "Lieutenant Colonel Pat Cronin Firing Range."
HB1301 Career and technical education; revise curriculum, instructor license requirements and certain assessments.
HB1315 Occupational licenses; repeal those for art therapists, auctioneers, interior designers, wigologists and massage therapists.
HB 1 State flag; shall be the design recommended by the Commission to Redesign the State Flag and approved in the November 2020 election.
HB1323 Open meeting; authorize executive session for discussion of plans to combat human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation of children.
HB1328 The MS Warrants Task Force; create to study the issuance and execution of warrants in the state.
HB1439 Mississippi Tax Freedom Act of 2021; create.

Haney - House

HB1018 State buildings; name DPS Gulf Coast Regional Forensics Laboratory as the "Gary T. Hargrove Memorial Forensic Laboratory."

Harkins - Senate

SB2971 Bonds; authorize for various purposes.
SB2972 Bonds; authorize issuance for various Mississippi Development Authority programs.
SB2569 Urine; create the crime of selling or tampering with urine.
SB2750 Pharmacy practice; revise definition of "written guideline or protocol" regarding location of delegated prescribing functions.
SB2751 Mississippi Professional Massage Therapy Act; provide new requirements and extend the repealer thereon.
SB2806 Department of Revenue; bring forward code sections relating to ABC Division and authority to contract for services.
SB2830 New Markets Tax Credit; extend MDA's ability to allocate by one year.
SB2831 Historic structure income tax credit; cap per taxpayer and authorize sale or transfer.
SB2832 Upholstered household furniture manufacturing job tax credit; extend repealer from 2022 to 2026.
SB2839 SMART Business Act; create SMART Business Accelerate Initiative and distinguish from SMART Business Rebate.
SB2843 Tax; phase out June 25 deadline for taxpayers with average liability of at least $50,000 to remit 75% of June liability.
SB2872 Alcoholic beverages; remove election requirement for designation of area in Rankin County as a qualified resort area.
SB2874 Residential and commercial contractors; require sales tax permit from Department of Revenue for pulling building permit.
SB2804 Alcoholic beverage; create delivery service permit.
SB2827 Public purchases; specify prequalification process for construction manager at risk soliciting bids for projects.
SB2833 Motor Vehicle Commission Law; provide obligations of manufacturers, distributors & dealers regarding rates for parts and labor.
SB2477 Mississippi Home Corporation; remove reverter on statute granting authority to issue negotiable bonds and notes.
SB2728 Department of Revenue; allow retiring law enforcement officers to keep one issued sidearm each.
SB2828 Alcoholic Beverage Control Division; remove provision that agents and inspectors do not have general police powers.
SB2805 Alcoholic beverages; remove provision requiring DOR to immediately revoke permit for certain unlawful sales.
SB2829 Department of Revenue; allow to use tag revenue to cover tag program expenses.

Harness - House

HB 872 Memorial highway; designate a segment of United States Highway 61 in Jefferson County as the "Highway Patrol Lieutenant Troy Morris Memorial Highway."

Hill - Senate

SB2062 Rural Fire Truck Acquisition Assistance Program; authorize an additional round for counties and municipalities.
SB2189 Counties and municipalities; authorize to offer Medicare-eligible employees supplemental compensation if employees secure Medicare.
SB2643 Service of tax sale notices; revise to allow service by a constable.
SB2536 Athletics; provide that schools designate teams by biological sex.

Hines - House

HB1469 Suffrage; restore to Angela Porter-Williams of Amite County.

Hood - House

HB1008 Medicaid; make technical amendments to services, manage care and assessment provisions.
HB 887 Memorial highway; designate a segment of United States Highway 82 in Webster County as "Corporal William Justin Cooper Memorial Highway."
HB 413 Mississippi Gospel Music Trail; authorize MDA Division of Tourism to establish program and historical markers for.

Hopson - Senate

SB2926 Appropriation; Mental Health, Department of.
SB2834 Mississippi Historic Site Preservation Fund; create and provide for administration by Department of Archives and History.
SB2929 Appropriation; Chiropractic Examiners, Board of.
SB2930 Appropriation; Dental Examiners, Board of.
SB2931 Appropriation; Funeral Services Board.
SB2932 Appropriation; Massage Therapy, Board of.
SB2933 Appropriation; Pharmacy, Board of.
SB2934 Appropriation; Counselors, Board of Examiners for Licensed Professional.
SB2935 Appropriation; Veterinary Examiners, Board of.
SB2936 Appropriation; Architecture, Board of.
SB2938 Appropriation; Geologists, Board of Registered Professional.
SB2939 Appropriation; Motor Vehicle Commission.
SB2940 Appropriation; Accountancy, Board of Public.
SB2941 Appropriation; Contractors, Board of.
SB3080 City of Vicksburg; authorize adoption of vacant commercial building registration ordinance.
SB3083 City of Vicksburg; extend repealers on authority to contribute to various organizations.
SB2725 State Budget; bring forward certain provisions and transfer funds.
SB2824 State agencies; require annual reporting of pass-through money from line-item appropriation by the Legislature.
SB2904 Appropriation; IHL - general support.
SB2905 Appropriation; IHL - Subsidiary programs.
SB2906 Appropriation; IHL - Alcorn State - Agricultural Research, Extension and Land-Grant programs.
SB2907 Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station.
SB2908 Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Cooperative Extension Service.
SB2909 Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Forest and Wildlife Research Center.
SB2910 Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Veterinary Medicine, College of.
SB2911 Appropriation; IHL - Student Financial Aid.
SB2912 Appropriation; IHL - University of Mississippi Medical Center.
SB2913 Appropriation; Community and Junior Colleges Board - Administrative expenses.
SB2914 Appropriation; Community and Junior Colleges Board - Support for community and junior colleges.
SB2915 Appropriation; Corrections, Department of.
SB2916 Appropriation; Public Safety, Department of.
SB2917 Appropriation; Emergency Management Agency.
SB2918 Appropriation; Military Department.
SB2919 Appropriation; Veterans Affairs Board.
SB2920 Appropriation; Ethics Commission.
SB2921 Appropriation; Judicial Performance Commission.
SB2922 Appropriation; Employment Security, Department of.
SB2923 Appropriation; Revenue, Department of.
SB2924 Appropriation; Tax Appeals Board.
SB2925 Appropriation; Workers' Compensation Commission.
SB2927 Appropriation; Transportation, Department of - State Aid Road Construction, Office of.
SB2928 Appropriation; Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Development Authority.
SB2937 Appropriation; Gaming Commission.
SB2942 Appropriation; Agriculture and Commerce, Department of.
SB2943 Appropriation; Egg Marketing Board.
SB2944 Appropriation; Animal Health, Board of.
SB2945 Appropriation; Agriculture and Commerce - Dixie National Livestock Shows and County Livestock Shows.
SB2946 Appropriation; Audit, Department of.
SB2947 Appropriation; Banking and Consumer Finance, Department of.
SB2948 Appropriation; Finance and Administration, Department of.
SB2949 Appropriation; Governor's Office and Mansion.
SB2950 Appropriation; Information Technology Services, Department of.
SB2951 Appropriation; Development Authority, Mississippi.
SB2952 Appropriation; Personnel Board.
SB2953 Appropriation; Secretary of State.
SB2954 Appropriation; Treasurer's Office.
SB2955 Appropriation; Debt Service-Gen. Obli.
SB2956 Appropriations; additional appropriations for various state agencies.
SB2429 State-owned vehicles; create study committee to study the management of.
SB3087 Warren County; authorize contributions to various organizations.
SB2879 Appropriations; additional appropriations for Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL).
SB2547 Scholarship eligibility requirements; increase minimum ACT scores for MTAG, HELP and MESG.
SB2863 MDH; revise appropriation for FY2021 to allow purchase of accumulated compensatory time incurred before June 30, 2021.

Horan - House

HB 928 Commissioner of Corrections and community corrections; bring forward various sections relating to.
HB 525 Corrections omnibus bill; enact.
HB 929 Reentry for offenders; bring forward certain sections relating to.
HB 464 Parole board; revise notification time frame given to offender's victim for offender release and remove certain prohibition.
HB 557 Nonadjudication; authorize completion of workforce training or similar training as an option for.
HB 466 Inmate Welfare Fund; require DOC to expend unused portions of the fund on reentry purposes.

Horhn - Senate

SB2539 Hinds County; authorize assessments on convictions for improvements to courthouses and pretrial detention facilities.
SB2792 Fresh Start Act of 2019; expand.

Huddleston - House

HB1029 Income share agreements; authorize IHLs to enter into with eligible students.
HB1030 "Mississippi Intercollegiate Athletics Compensation Rights Act"; enact.

Jackson - House

HB1520 Suffrage; restore to J.W. Jackson of Panola County.
HB1529 Town of Como; extend repealer on authority to impose tourism tax on hotels, motels and restaurants.

Jackson (11th) - Senate

SB3075 Town of Sardis; extend repeal date on hotel, motel and restaurant tax.
SB3078 Tunica County; authorize occupancy assessment for the benefit of the Convention Center Complex.
SB2426 Department of Human Services; establish a grant program for regional food banks and SNAP incentives.

Jackson (32nd) - Senate

SB2807 Alcoholic beverages; restore provision restricting areas in which manufacture, sale and distribution are authorized.

Johnson - Senate

SB2816 Public officials and employees; allow Department of Revenue appraisers to receive same pay increases as county tax assessors.
SB2812 Motor vehicles; limit period for DOR's retention of certificates of title to 15 years.
SB2813 Amusement rides; change period for operating permit decals from 12 months to calendar year.
SB2814 Unemployment benefits; allow withholding for state income taxes, corresponding to withholding for federal income taxes.
SB2815 Motor vehicles; remove requirement for apportioned vehicles to have decal with expiration month and year on license tag.
SB2022 Justice courts; required to accept electronic filing.

Jordan - Senate

SB3079 City of Greenwood; extend the repeal date on the tourism tax and the Greenwood Tourism Commission.
SB2278 Uniform Controlled Substances Act; revise schedules.

Kinkade - House

HB1437 Town of Byhalia; authorize transfer of certain funds for infrastructure improvements.
HB 995 Memorial highway; designate segment in Marshall County, Mississippi as the "Representative Tommy Woods Memorial Highway."

Ladner - House

HB 594 Coastal Wetlands Protection Act; revise definitions to include "ordinary high water mark".
HB 992 County port and harbor commission; provide that members hold appointment until successor appointed and installed.
HB1211 Administrative hearing procedures for Commission on Marine Resources; revise to authorize executive director of Department of Marine Resources to make final decisions during.
HB1213 State Personnel Board; require exempted agencies' reports to include quantifiable data and to be sent to SPB, PEER and LBO.
HB1327 State of emergency; provide a maximum time period for and authorize Department of Health to store dead bodies if necessary.
HB 718 Campaign finance reports; require those filed by all candidates to be available online.
HB1237 PEER committee; require to review the operations of Child Protection Services.

Lamar - House

HB 514 Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property or services to DeafBlind Community of Mississippi, Inc.
HB1297 Bonds; authorize issuance for the Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund.
HB1351 Bonds; increase amount that may be issued for the Local Governments and Rural Water Systems Improvements Revolving Loan Fund.
HB1356 Income tax; revise deduction for depreciation regarding certain aircraft and equipment.
HB1415 Bonds; authorize issuance for IHL and community colleges capital improvements.
HB1416 Mississippi Flexible Tax Incentive Act: create.
HB1441 Income tax and insurance premium tax; authorize credit for costs of qualified alternative-fuel fueling stations.
HB1296 Historic property income tax credit; revise certain provisions regarding.
HB 499 Qualified equity investment tax credits; extend authority of Mississippi Development Authority to allocate.
HB 509 Unemployment compensation; allow withholding of state income tax.
HB 511 Amusement ride operating permit decal; revise period for issuance.
HB 516 Department of Revenue; allow department appraisers to receive certain pay increases upon completing certain training.
HB 519 Motor vehicle license tags; remove requirement for apportioned vehicles to have decal with expiration month/year on tag.
HB 520 Use tax; revise certain provisions regarding funds distributed to municipalities/counties for road improvements.
HB 667 Alcoholic beverages; delete requirement for immediate permit revocation for certain prohibited sales.
HB1095 Department of Revenue; authorize to compromise and settle certain tax liabilities.
HB1135 Alcoholic beverages; create delivery service permit.
HB1137 Ad valorem tax; revise certain provisions regarding the determination of true value of land used for agricultural purposes.
HB1139 Income, sales and use taxes; remove requirement that certain taxpayers pay June tax liability on or before June 25.
HB 997 Alcoholic beverages; remove DOR from being wholesale distributor, authorize issuance of wholesaler's permits.
HB1197 Dual-phase design-build method of construction contracting; revise certain provisions of.
HB 202 Mississippi Development Authority; bring forward various sections of law relating to.
HB 500 Mississippi Home Corporation; extend reverter on authority to issue a certain amount of bonds.
HB 508 Department of Revenue; allow retiring law enforcement officer of to retain issued sidearm.
HB 510 Motor vehicle certificate of title; limit period for which Department of Revenue must retain.
HB 512 ABC agents/inspectors; revise certain provisions regarding powers of.
HB1483 City of Senatobia; extend repeal date on hotel/motel tourism tax.
HB1140 First-degree murder; include unlawful distribution of controlled substances, when the distribution is proximate cause of death.
HB 518 Department of Revenue; authorize to create wholesale to retail accountability program.
HB1013 Medicaid; create Medicaid Commission to administer program and abolish Division of Medicaid.
HB1019 Gubernatorial inaugurations funds; require contributions and expenditures to be reported to Secretary of State.
HB1136 Mississippi Educational Talent Recruitment Act; create.
HB1364 Bonds; authorize issuance of revenue bonds for various transportation projects and temporarily increase gasoline and diesel fuel excise taxes.

Lancaster - House

HB1476 Suffrage; restore to Buren Wayne Whitt of Chickasaw County.
HB1063 Transformative renewable energy projects; authorize boards of supervisors to designate as such for certain tax purposes.

Massengill - House

HB1480 Marshall County; expand boundaries of Marshall Utility Services Sewer District.

McCarty - House

HB1123 Early Learning Collaborative Act of 2013; revise funding and specify teaching standards.
HB1179 William F. Winter and Jack Reed, Sr., Teacher Loan Repayment Program; create.
HB 925 School buildings; require new construction and certain renovations to include refillable water bottle stations.

McCaughn - Senate

SB2638 Electronic documents; provide recording procedure for counties without electronic-recording capability.

McGee - House

HB1047 Nationally certified licensed school employees; delete caps on nurses and speech pathologists and add athletic trainers for salary supplements.
HB 320 Perpetual care cemeteries; authorize counties and cities to clean property of those not properly maintained.
HB 354 Municipal judges; authorize to order a defendant to remedy real property ordinance violations within a reasonable time period.
HB1530 City of Hattiesburg; authorize waiver of lien, under certain circumstances, for costs associated with cleaning menaced property.
HB 208 Psychologists; extend repealer on licensure law and remove postdoctoral training requirements for licensure.
HB 740 State identification card; require commissioner of DPS to establish one that does not require proof of domicile.
HB1195 Electric bicycles; regulate.

McLean - House

HB1435 Lowndes County; authorize contributions to United Way of Lowndes County.
HB1436 Caledonia Natural Gas District; authorize to enter into agreement with Mississippi Development Bank.

McMahan - Senate

SB3091 Lee County; authorize 3/4% sales tax and bond issuance for a specific project by county board.
SB2283 Freedom of Roadway Act; increase penalties for the obstruction of public passageways.

Michel - Senate

SB2437 Distinctive motor vehicle license tags; authorize for Wildlife Mississippi.
SB2332 Comprehensive Hurricane Damage Mitigation Program; extend repealer on development and implementation of program.
SB2336 MS First Responders Health and Safety Act; delay effective date of.
SB2602 Nonadmitted insurer policy fee; divert certain amount to fund fire trucks and fire apparatus/protection grants.
SB2603 Salvage or abandoned vehicles; authorize disposition by auction firms on behalf of insurers.
SB2623 Motor vehicle insurance; extend repealer on Public Safety Verification and Enforcement Act.
SB2631 Health insurance; revise mandated coverage for telemedicine services.
SB2337 Surplus Lines Association; transfer fees collected by the association upon written request by certain officials.

Miles - House

HB1504 City of Forest; authorize a tax on hotels/motels and restaurants to promote tourism, parks and recreation.

Mims - House

HB 356 Child abuse; expand immunity for good faith reports.
HB 73 Chiropractors; extend repealer on licensure law.
HB 200 Remote patient monitoring services; delete requirement of 2 recent hospitalizations to qualify for.
HB 307 Health department; authorize certain charges for services with other agencies for operation of medical marijuana program.
HB1479 City of McComb; extend date of repeal on hotel/motel tourism tax.
HB 72 Dentists; provide immunity for providing charitable and emergency services.

Moran - Senate

SB2392 County port and harbor commission; provide for holdover of appointees.

Morgan - House

HB 425 Ad valorem tax; revise certain provisions regarding when an application for change of property assessment may be made.
HB 424 Memorial highways; designate.

Newman - House

HB 747 Work release program; authorize pilot program to authorize sheriff to assign offenders to while confined in jail.
HB 300 Bail procedures; bring forward provisions for purposes of amendment.

Owen - House

HB 886 Law enforcement officers; exempt from concealed firearms permit fees and renewal fees.
HB 122 Expungement; authorize up to three felony convictions to be expunged after 15 years.

Paden - House

HB1490 Coahoma County; authorize contributions to Tri-County Workforce Alliance.
HB1491 Coahoma County; authorize contributions to the Family and Youth Opportunities, Inc.

Parker - Senate

SB2822 Mississippi Flexible Tax Incentive Act; create.
SB2075 State parks; change name of Natchez State Park to "Bob M. Dearing Natchez State Park."
SB2124 Mississippi Department of Employment Security; revise various provisions regarding authority of.
SB2204 Revised LLC Act and MS Registered Agents Act; require listing of registered agent's email address.
SB2521 Mississippi Advantage Jobs Act; revise definition of "new direct job" for incentive applicants from and after July 1, 2010.
SB2967 Taxation; amend or repeal certain tax credits, exemptions and incentives.
SB2296 Office of Workforce Development; exempt executive director from certain salary and compensation requirements.
SB2572 DUI law; revise fourth offense of and require all expunctions to be confidentially registered.

Parks - Senate

SB2850 Certificate of title; allow application without usual documents for vehicles at least 30 years old on oath of ownership.
SB2313 Mississippi Intercollegiate Athletics Compensation Rights Act; allow athletes to be compensated for name, image and likeness.
SB3088 City of Baldwyn; authorize to expand and operate natural gas distribution system to serve certain areas of Tippah County.

Pigott - House

HB 312 Central Market Board; abolish and transfer functions of to the Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce.
HB 556 16th Section lands; authorize local school boards to enter into public or private contracts for sale of forestry products grown on.

Polk - Senate

SB2689 State Auditor; increase fee which may be charged for performing audits and other services.
SB2797 Department of Public Safety; revise authority, make various amendments.
SB2854 Department of Public Safety; revise salaries of officers.

Powell - House

HB 632 "All Fuels Act of 2021"; establish.
HB 3 Outdoor advertisement signs; revise height requirements for.
HB 6 University and colleges anti-hazing policy; require Board of Trustees of IHL to develop policy against hazing and prescribe penalties.
HB 219 Local governments; prohibit from imposing penalties or fines on security companies when false security alarm occurs.
HB 453 Law enforcement officers; allow off-duty use of official vehicles while performing certain volunteer services in off-duty hours.
HB1037 Mississippi Geologic Sequestration of Carbon Dioxide Act; enact.
HB 5 Hazing; increase penalties for.

Read - House

HB1365 Appropriation; Athletic Commission.
HB1366 Appropriation; Barber Examiners, Board of.
HB1367 Appropriation; Cosmetology, Board of.
HB1368 Appropriation; Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists, Board of Examiners for.
HB1369 Appropriation; Medical Licensure, Board of.
HB1370 Appropriation; Nursing, Board of.
HB1371 Appropriation; Nursing Home Administrators, Board of.
HB1372 Appropriation; Optometry, Board of.
HB1373 Appropriation; Physical Therapy Board.
HB1374 Appropriation; Psychology, Board of.
HB1375 Appropriation; Engineers and Land Surveyors, Board of Registration for Professional.
HB1376 Appropriation; Auctioneers Commission.
HB1377 Appropriation: Real Estate Commission and Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board.
HB1378 Appropriation; District attorneys and staff.
HB1379 Appropriation; Insurance, Department of.
HB1380 Appropriation; Fire Academy.
HB1381 Appropriation; Legislative expenses.
HB1382 Appropriation; Capital Post-Conviction Counsel, Office of.
HB1383 Appropriation; State Public Defender, Office of.
HB1384 Appropriation; Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and trial judges services.
HB1385 Appropriation; Attorney General.
HB1386 Appropriation; Archives and History, Department of.
HB1387 Appropriation; Education, Department of.
HB1388 Appropriation; Educational Television, Authority for.
HB1389 Appropriation; Arts Commission.
HB1390 Appropriation; Library Commission.
HB1391 Appropriation; reappropriation, DFA - Bureau of Building; FY21.
HB1392 Appropriation; Environmental Quality, Department of.
HB1393 Appropriation; Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, Department of.
HB1394 Appropriation; Grand Gulf Military Monument Commission.
HB1395 Appropriation; Oil and Gas Board.
HB1396 Appropriation; Public Service Commission.
HB1397 Appropriation; Public Utilities Staff.
HB1398 Appropriation; Human Services, Department of.
HB1399 Appropriation; Rehabilitation Services, Department of.
HB1400 Appropriation; Medicaid, Division of.
HB1401 Appropriation; Health, Department of.
HB1402 Appropriation; Foresters, Board of Registration for.
HB1403 Appropriation; Forestry Commission.
HB1404 Appropriation; Soil and Water Conservation Commission.
HB1405 Appropriation; Pat Harrison Waterway District.
HB1406 Appropriation; Pearl River Valley Water Supply District.
HB1407 Appropriation; Port Authority, State.
HB1408 Appropriation; Tombigbee River Valley Water Management District.
HB1409 Appropriation; Yellow Creek State Inland Port Authority.
HB1410 Appropriation; Public Employees' Retirement System.
HB1411 Appropriation; Veterans' Home Purchase Board.
HB1412 Appropriation; Marine Resources, Department of.
HB1413 Appropriation; Transportation, Department of.
HB1414 Appropriation; additional for various state agencies for Fiscal Year 2021.
HB 106 State budget; revise provisions in several FY21 appropriation bills.
HB 108 Wireless Communication Commission; remove ITS control over.
HB 109 State budget; enact and revise various provisions relating to.
HB1177 General laws and journals of legislative sessions; copies of not provided to certain recipients of unless specifically requested.
HB1284 Department of Revenue License Tag Acquisition Fund; revise certain provisions regarding.
HB 211 Insurance Department; remove from the provisions of the Mississippi Budget Transparency and Simplification Act.
HB 212 State Fire Marshal and Fire Academy; remove from the provisions of the Mississippi Budget Transparency and Simplification Act.
HB 199 Appropriation; additional for various state agencies for Fiscal Year 2021.
HB1326 Compact for a Balanced Budget; revise delegate membership and extend sunset provision.
HB 68 Appropriation; additional to DFA for purchases of new state flags for state buildings and offices.
HB1360 Appropriation; additional for the Department of Marine Resources for Fiscal Year 2021.

Reynolds - House

HB1418 Oakland/Yalobusha Natural Gas District; authorize expansion of natural gas distribution system.
HB1433 Yalobusha County; authorize to loan funds to Oakland Yalobusha Natural Gas District to help pay off certain district debt.
HB1434 Tallahatchie County; authorize contributions to Mid-State Opportunity, Inc.
HB1495 Tallahatchie County; authorize leasing of certain water well to City of Charleston.
HB 299 Property interest; conveyance to married individuals considered to create joint tenancy with right of survivorship.

Roberson - House

HB1034 Uniform Controlled Substances Act; revise schedules.
HB1036 Driver's license; exempt active duty military, spouse and dependent children if they have valid license from their home state.
HB 479 Pseudoephedrine and ephedrine; authorize sales and purchase of certain products containing without a prescription.
HB 615 DUI suspension; clarify how the 120 days are counted.
HB1076 Retailer Tax Fairness Act; create.

Rushing - House

HB1245 MDOT; require maintenance of rights-of-way of state highways inside municipal limits with 10,000 or less population.
HB 195 Municipalities; authorize those of certain size to conduct special elections at one polling place.
HB 940 Highway sign; authorize erection of on MS Hwy 25 near Pisgah exit to honor Olympic Gold Medalist Tori Bowie.

Sanford - House

HB1471 Suffrage; restore to Cassidy Edward Jordan of Covington County.
HB 350 Certificate of rehabilitation; authorize those convicted in another state to apply for a.

Scoggin - House

HB 311 Sales tax; exempt certain transfers of motor vehicles involving partnerships, limited liability companies and corporations.
HB 82 Community or junior colleges; authorize to administer construction contracts of $1,000,000.00 or less, and exempt certain oversight.
HB1303 Advanced practice registered nurses; revise certain provisions relating to, including collaboration requirement.

Seymour - Senate

SB2072 Pecan Harvesting Law; revise penalties for violating.
SB2165 Veterans Service Officers; revise certain qualifications and requirements.
SB2293 Claims by veterans under consumer protection law; Mississippi Veterans Affairs Board offers service free of charge.
SB2294 Veteran Driver's License Designation; allow proof of military service in person.

Simmons (12th) - Senate

SB2605 Golf carts and low-speed vehicles; authorize municipalities to permit operation on municipal streets.
SB3090 Washington County; extend the repeal date on the Washington County Convention and Visitors Committee and the tourism tax.

Sojourner - Senate

SB2787 Water skiing; revise safety requirements.
SB2877 Net lottery proceeds; allocate to counties and municipalities for road and bridge repairs, instead of to State Highway Fund.

Sparks - Senate

SB2552 Pretrial Intervention Program; prohibit eligibility for persons charged with public embezzlement over a certain amount.
SB2561 "Empower Reentry Through Licensing Act"; authorize provisional driver's licenses for eligible inmates.
SB2553 State offenders in county jail; MDOC to pay increased rate to county to expedite removal of.
SB2248 Law enforcement officers; entitled to certain follow-up drug testing before loss of certification.

Steverson - House

HB1322 Income tax; authorize credit for certain railroad reconstruction/replacement expenditures.
HB1350 City of Ripley; extend repeal date on hotel/motel and restaurant tax.
HB1048 Qualification deadline; change to February 1 for certain statewide, state district, county and county district offices.
HB1511 Suffrage; restore to Chester Allen Butler of Tippah County.
HB1290 Attorney General; allow salaries of assistants to exceed statutory limitation under certain circumstances.
HB1510 City of Baldwyn; authorize to expand and operate natural gas distribution system to serve certain areas of Tippah County.
HB1142 Construction; revise contractor's tax regarding certain, require permits in counties/municipalities with construction codes.

Suber - Senate

SB2895 Ad valorem taxation; allow county to exempt up to 50% of assessed value of renewable energy project property from.

Summers - House

HB1517 Suffrage; restore to Deborah Ledbetter of Hinds County.
HB1518 Suffrage; restore to Annie Grant of Hinds County.
HB1519 Suffrage; restore to Kenny Pritchard of Rankin County.
HB1523 Suffrage; restore to Norman Ivey of Rankin County.
HB1524 Suffrage; restore to William Barber of Jackson County.
HB1525 Suffrage; restore to Charles Harris of Harrison County.

Tate - Senate

SB3086 Lauderdale County; extend repeal date on the Lauderdale County Tourism Commission.
SB2113 Voting equipment; require certification by the United States Election Assistance Commission.
SB2588 Statewide Elections Management System; remove electors who fail to respond to notice.
SB2587 Absentee ballots; authorize registrar to alphabetize and sort by precinct.
SB2589 Municipal executive committees; require county executive committee to appoint.
SB3085 City of Meridian; authorize occupancy assessment for the benefit of the Meridian-Lauderdale Sports Commission and complex.

Thompson - Senate

SB2624 MS Real Estate Commission; require to establish pilot program using administrative hearing officers.
SB2727 Department of Archives and History; revise appointing authority for members of the board of trustees.
HB1481 Town of Shannon; authorize expansion of its gas distribution system.
SB2544 University of Mississippi Medical Center; create joint committee to study the organization of.
HB 883 Traffic ticket quotas; prohibit state and local agencies from establishing.
SB2653 Public Trust Tidelands; provide a procedure for the removal of submerged logs.
SB2820 Department of Tourism; create.

Tubb - House

HB 945 Light wine, beer and light spirit product; revise number of qualified electors required to petition for election to prohibit or authorize.

Tullos - House

HB1465 Town of Mize; authorize a tax on restaurants to promote tourism, parks and recreation.

Turner - House

HB1346 City of Guntown; authorize use of low-speed vehicles and golf carts on certain public streets.
HB 119 Harper's Grace Law; extend repealer on authority to research and dispense cannabidiol (CBD oil) for medical purposes.
HB 74 Emergency Telecommunications Services (911); extend repealer on.
HB 100 MS Telephone Solicitation Act; extend repealer on requirement that fees be deposited into State General Fund.
HB 135 MS Critical Teacher Shortage Act of 1998; extend repealer on.
HB1312 State Board of Cosmetology; extend repealer on.
HB 95 Nursing home administrators; delete repealer on licensure requirements for and authorize board to conduct background checks.
HB 160 State Department of Health and State Board of Health; extend repealer on.
HB1256 State Auditor; increase fee to be charged by for performing audits and other services.
HB 136 Individual bond; require for public officers and employees handling or having the custody of public funds.
HB 162 Public contracts of energy efficiency services; extend repealer on authority and certain requirements for.
HB1167 State flags; Secretary of State shall procure for display on Capitol grounds and provided to legislators to give to the public.
HB1313 State Board of Funeral Service; extend repealer on.

Turner-Ford - Senate

SB2776 Noxubee County; authorize assessments on misdemeanor convictions and nonadjudications for capital improvements.
SB2651 Surplus property; clarify current policy to conform with federal regulations for the Department of Finance and Administration.

Wallace - House

HB1472 Suffrage; restore to Randy Beckham of Simpson County.

Weathersby - House

HB 213 DFA; authorize Office of Surplus Property to administer the Federal Donation Program.

Whaley - Senate

SB2483 Electric bicycles; classify as bicycles and not as motor vehicles, and regulate.
SB2486 State parks; create study committee on restructuring ownership and management arrangements.

White - House

HB1302 Optometry; Board shall define practice of, and authorize to perform certain procedures and use and prescribe certain drugs.

Wiggins - Senate

SB3032 City of Pascagoula; extend the repeal date on tourism tax authorized to be levied on prepared food sold at restaurants.
SB3076 Jackson County and the City of Pascagoula; extend repealer on LaPointe-Krebs Foundation, Inc.
SB2279 Parole and earned release; criminalize absconding.
SB2420 Temporary license for social workers; authorize to practice in nonprofit facilities.
SB2087 Cemetery owners; authorize to disinter dead human remains for reinterment, reburial or delivery to a carrier for transportation.
SB2324 Bad Faith Assertions of Patent Infringement; extend repealer on.
SB2434 Department of Public Safety; authorize contract with counties for custody of certain offenders.
SB2621 Task Force; establish to study domestic law matters.
SB2664 Early Learning Collaborative Act of 2013; prescribe standards and benchmarks.
SB2252 Special Care Facility for Paroled Inmates; authorize parole for medically frail inmates, licensure and Medicaid reimbursement.
SB2086 Child advocacy centers; immunity from civil liability.
SB2456 Open Meetings Law; allow executive sessions for certain discussions by public hospital boards.

Williams-Barnes - House

HB1477 Suffrage; restore to Anthony Leroy Wallace of Harrison County.
HB1527 Suffrage; restore to Ray Ferrell of Harrison County.

Witherspoon - Senate

SB2019 Ban the Box Act; enact.
SB2389 Domestic violence shelters; revise eligibility for funds.

Yancey - House

HB 953 Homeowners' associations; regulate managing agents of and require financial reviews by.
HB 955 Abandoned mobile homes; establish a procedure to dispose of.
HB1468 Suffrage; restore to Ronald Brent Self of Tippah County.
HB 750 Deputy Secretaries of State; authorize creation of.

Yates - House

HB1420 Ad valorem tax; exempt property of certain not-for-profit corporations used to provide swimming lessons and training.
HB 932 Child support withholding orders; revise provisions to comply with the federal Consumer Credit Protection Act.
HB 933 Child support payment; suspend obligation to pay when the person to pay is incarcerated.

Younger - Senate

SB2882 Lowndes County; increase amount that may be contributed to the United Way for fiscal years 2021-2023, and extend repealer.
SB2076 Mississippi Fair Commission; remove repealer and revise advisory council composition.
SB2205 Birth certificate; adoptee may obtain certified copy of original after 18 years.
SB2785 Driver's license requirements; exempt military members, spouses and dependent children under certain conditions.
SB2077 Central Market Board; abolish and transfer functions to the Department of Agriculture and Commerce.

Zuber - House

HB1077 Open account; revise definition and require account creditor to send demand to current address of account debtor through certain means.
HB 374 Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize for supporters of various organizations.
HB1091 Light wine, light spirit product and beer; authorize microbreweries and revise various sections of law.
HB 274 Law enforcement officers; allow certain use of uniform, weapon, vehicle and equipment for disaster relief when off-duty.
HB1078 Perpetual care and preneed cemetery and funeral laws; unlawful to make false or misleading statements in records under.
HB 377 Pawnbroker transactions; define transactional information for purposes of.
HB 488 Libraries; authorize use of debit and credit cards.
HB1075 MS Credit Availability Act, Title Pledge Act, and Check Cashers Act; extend or remove repealer on certain provisions of.