Bills by Author for 2024 Session

120 Authors

Aguirre - House

HB 783 Child custody; require presumption of joint custody and equal parenting time.
HB1359 Serial bonds or single term bonds; authorize counties and municipalities to issue.
HB1377 MS Consumer Alternative Installment Loan Act; require Dept.of Banking to issue memo authorizing new maximum loan amount and revise amount calculation.
HB1577 Bidding terms for public depositories for counties and municipalities; make compatible.
HB1675 Unclaimed property; prescribe process to be used by certain cooperatives with regard to disposition of.

Anderson (122nd) - House

HB1659 Public Trust Tidelands; revise various provisions related to.
HB 295 Arrest warrants; authorize electronic applications, signatures and records for.
HB1006 Recreation crab licenses; limit to license holders rather than households.
HB1007 Oyster tags; authorize the printing of by the catcher.
HB1279 Shrimp trawling; provide that certain waters shall be permanently closed to.

Arnold - House

HB1287 Memorial highway; designate segment of MS Highway 30 in Prentiss County as the "Jamie Neal Guin, PCEPA Lineman, Memorial Highway."
HB1288 Memorial highways; clarify names of certain to reflect official title of U.S. service members for whom they are named.

Barnett - Senate

SB2444 Central Mississippi Pilot Prison Industries program; expand to all state, regional and private correctional facilities.
SB2445 Correctional system programs; extend repealers.
SB2448 "Mississippi Earned Parole Eligibility Act"; extend repealer and authorize parole for certain juvenile homicide offenders.
HB1324 Home Inspector Regulatory Board; revive and provide that MS Real Estate Appraisal Board shall regulate home inspectors.
HB1325 Secretary of State employees; authorize certain employees to carry a firearm.

Barrett - Senate

SB2266 Mississippi Electronic Court System; require free access for public defenders.
SB2761 Judicial support staff; bring forward provision related to.
SB2250 Squatted vehicles; ban.
SB2606 DUI suspension; clarify how the 120 days are counted.
SB2849 ATVs & UTVs; require titling, and exempt from ad valorem tax when held by retailers on consignment or floor plan basis.

Barton - House

HB 41 Podiatrist; authorize to perform ankle surgery when meet certain requirements.
HB 728 Prescription drugs; prohibit discriminating actions against 340B drug discount program entities.
HB1379 "Students Safe at School Act"; create to provide procedures for active shooter drills and simulations.

Bell (21st) - House

HB 418 Continuing education training for police officers; extend to require for public colleges and universities and PRVWSD officers.
HB1274 Mississippi Alliance of Nonprofits and Philanthropy; create study committee on partnership with.
HB1301 Construction contracts; provide certain requirements regarding retainage.
HB1567 Workforce development fund; bring forward code section on.
HB1662 Workforce development; revise certain provisions related to.
HB1710 Income tax; authorize a tax credit for certain employers that sponsor skills training for employees.

Bell (65th) - House

HB1090 Paraphernalia; revise definition under the Uniform Controlled Substances Law.
HB1568 Jackson State University; authorize to expand physical boundaries to promote safety on campus.

Bennett - House

HB1615 Public procurement laws; exempt certain purchases and contracts for landmark buildings from.

Blackwell - Senate

SB2072 Physical therapy practice laws; revise various provisions of.
SB2170 Appropriation; additional to Department of Health.
SB2161 Medicaid reimbursements; revise certain provisions relating to a psychiatric residential treatment facility in DeSoto County.
SB2240 Board of Medical Licensure; revise licensure status, definitions, procedure, fines and temporary practice authority.
SB2823 Medicaid; revise various technical provisions related thereto, including reimbursement levels and facility eligibility.
SB2857 Medical cannabis act; set additional provisions related to background checks, department investigations, fees and appeals.
SB2156 Mississippi Rare Disease Advisory Council; create at UMMC.
SB2888 Medical Cannabis Research Advisory Board; enact and create the Mississippi Medical Cannabis Research Program.

Blackwell * - Senate

SB2320 Motor vehicles; require proof of liability insurance before license tag or decal may be issued or renewed.

Blount - Senate

SB2707 Business Improvement District Act; technical amendments.
SB2903 MS Deferred Comp; allow Roth and other after-tax accounts, and comply with qualified domestic relations orders.
SB2904 PERS; require any terminated plan to pay unfunded actuarial accrued liability to board in a lump sum before termination.
SB2165 Dietitian Licensure Compact; enact.
SB2494 State agency property; authorize DFA as central leasing agent for all state agencies.
SB2780 Authority of Secretary of State to approve leases located on Public Trust Tidelands; clarify.
SB2143 Ad valorem tax; designate the authority of certain counties to levy up to seven mills for garbage collection.

Bounds - House

HB 300 Department of Wildlife; authorize reimbursement for discounts relating to hunting and fishing licenses and other fees.
HB 302 "MS Intercollegiate Athletics Compensation Rights Act" and "Uniform Athlete Agents Act"; bring forward.
HB 299 Mississippi Forestry Commission; authorize to electronically accept bids for timber sales.
HB1353 Horseracing; include in equine liability.
HB1116 Public Sevice Commission; remove from the provisions of the MS Budget Transparency and Simplification Act.
HB1117 Public Utilities Staff; remove from the provisions of the MS Budget Transparency and Simplification Act.
HB1776 Appropriation; Archives and History, Department of.
HB1777 Appropriation; Engineers and Land Surveyors, Board of Registration for Professional.
HB1778 Appropriation; Environmental Quality, Department of.
HB1779 Appropriation; Foresters, Board of Registration for.
HB1780 Appropriation; Forestry Commission.
HB1781 Appropriation; Grand Gulf Military Monument Commission.
HB1782 Appropriation; Port Authority, State.
HB1783 Appropriation; Marine Resources, Department of.
HB1784 Appropriation; Oil and Gas Board.
HB1785 Appropriation; Pat Harrison Waterway District.
HB1786 Appropriation; Pearl River Valley Water Supply District.
HB1787 Appropriation; Public Service Commission.
HB1788 Appropriation; Public Utilities Staff.
HB1789 Appropriation; Soil and Water Conservation Commission.
HB1790 Appropriation; Tombigbee River Valley Water Management District.
HB1791 Appropriation; Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, Department of.
HB1792 Appropriation; Yellow Creek State Inland Port Authority.

Boyd - Senate

SB2349 Cardiac emergency response plans; require schools to implement and provide procedures and certain immunity related thereto.
SB2532 Bonds; clarify municipalities and counties may issue serial and single term.
SB2725 University System Efficiency Task Force; create to examine the efficiency of the state public university system.
SB2729 Rural Physicians Scholarship Program and Rural Dentists Scholarship Program; revise certain provisions of.
SB2744 Community mental health centers; rename and require certain oversight measures by Department of Mental Health.
SB2329 Early Intervention Task Force; reconstitute and set membership and responsibilities.
SB2417 Mississippi Intercollegiate Athletics Compensation Act and the Mississippi Uniform Agents Act; revise provisions of.
SB2724 Mississippi Resident Tuition Assistance and Promise Grant Program; create to provide financial assistance to students.
SB2728 University of Mississippi; authorize to enter long-term lease with approval of I.H.L.
SB2886 Nicotine vapor device directory; require manufacturers to provide certification, set penalties and other provisions.
SB2727 Mississippi K-12 and Postsecondary Mental Health Task Force; create and provide membership and duties.
SB2883 Community health workers; revise provisions of.

Boyd (37th) - House

HB1617 County industrial development authorities certain; revise certain provisions regarding.

Branning - Senate

SB2492 Use tax; allow municipalities to use revenue for personal property or equipment to be used for certain authorized purposes.
SB2509 Motor Carrier Regulatory Law; extend repeal on voluntary inspection program.
SB2645 Mississippi Department of Transportation; design-build requirement revisions.
SB2644 Harvest permit license tag; increase weight category for.
SB2635 Nonconsensual towing; regulate towing and charges for commercial vehicles.

Bryan - Senate

SB2248 City of Amory; reenact and extend repealer on hotel/motel and restaurant tourism tax, and authorize election for additional 1%.
SB2340 Harper Grace's Law; extend repealer on authority to research and dispense cannabidiol (CBD oil) for medical purposes.
SB2634 Memorial highways; designate segment in Shannon, Lee County, as the "Johnny R. Patterson Memorial Highway."
SB2341 Physician grant funding from Qualified Health Center Grant Program; extend date of funding.
SB2659 Mississippi Parks Corporation; create.
SB2714 Qualified residential treatment programs; authorize as alternative placements for children and youth in CPS custody.
SB2860 Medication Aide Act; enact to allow aides to assist in the administration of medication in personal care homes.
SB2862 Radiological health services; authorize Board of Health to collect fees in congruence with certain federal regulation.

Burch - House

HB 869 Giglio letter; require prosecutors to give law enforcement officers an opportunity to be heard before sending.
HB1123 MDOT; authorize the transfer and conveyance of certain real property to Greene County Board of Supervisors.

Byrd - House

HB 504 Rural Firetruck Acquisition Assistance Program; authorize an additional round for counties and municipalities.
HB 906 Professional music therapists; provide for licensure by State Department of Health.

Calvert - House

HB1208 Hunting and fishing on lands of others; revise provisions relating to and provide penalties for.

Carpenter - House

HB1149 Counties; authorize to only maintain electronic format of law books in county courtrooms and public county law libraries.
HB1003 Homestead exemption; revise time within which certain homeowners may apply for.
HB 978 State Veterans Affairs Board; revise provisions regarding processing of claims.
HB1001 Veterans cemeteries; authorize interments in under federal Burial Equity for Guards and Reserves Act.
HB1432 Memorial bridges; designate bridges on U.S. Hwy 72 in Alcorn County, near Burnsville, MS, as the "Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Bridges."
HB1013 Paramedics Recruitment and Retention Scholarship Program; create.
HB1015 DPS; authorize inspectors to assist other officers.
HB1629 Ambulance service providers; provide for minimum rate of reimbursement under any policy of accident and sickness insurance.

Carter - Senate

SB2283 Public Service Commission; extend date of repeal on.
SB2602 PSC and Public Utilities Staff; clarify ability to receive campaign contributions or participate in political activity.
SB2603 Excavation; revise procedures and required white lining in certain stances.
SB2604 Public utilities contracts; allow certain bids to be submitted electronically.
SB2990 Taxation of oilfield services; restructure.

Chassaniol - Senate

SB2643 Highways; dedicate a section of Highway 8 to William Forrest Winter.
SB2601 Utility Service; prevent government restrictions based on energy source required.

Cockerham - House

HB1102 DHS; authorize to use communication approved by financial institution for encumbrances.
HB1519 Short-line railroad; authorize certain towns to acquire and operate.
HB 874 Department of Public Safety; revise salary scale of MHP and MBN officers.

Creekmore IV - House

HB 775 Prior authorization; impose certain requirements on health insurance issuers regarding.
HB1269 Landscape architects; authorize to participate with multi-disciplinary engineer and architecture firms.
HB1638 Income tax; allow DHS to collect debts owed to it through setoff against state income tax refunds.
HB 974 State Board of Mental Health; authorize DFA to sell and convey certain real property on behalf of to City of Water Valley, MS.
HB 975 State Board of Mental Health; authorize DFA to purchase certain real property in Tupelo, MS, on behalf of.
HB 991 "Medal of Honor Trail"; designate portion of Interstate 22 and U.S. Highway 78 within the State of Mississippi as.
HB1030 DHS; authorize to enter into lease with counties having local offices to maximize federal funds.
HB1143 Advanced Metastatic Cancer; prohibit health plans from requiring step therapy before covering certain drugs to treat.
HB1144 Diagnostic and supplemental breast exams; prohibit insurers from imposing any cost-sharing requirements for.
HB1637 Radiological health services; revise fees charged by State Board of Health for providing.
HB1376 Qualified residential treatment programs; authorize certain youth in Child Protection Services to be placed in.
HB1639 Delta Regional Health Authority; create task force on the establishment of.
HB1640 Mental Health; revise procedures for screening, evaluation and commitments for those with issues of.

Crudup - House

HB 298 Capitol Complex Improvement District; authorize demolition of certain property, authorize grants for development of certain property.

Currie - House

HB 80 Presumption of death; create for missing persons who have undergone a catastrophic event causing imminent peril.
HB 634 Sidearm of retired or deceased law enforcement officer; provide that the employing agency shall determine the amount.
HB1037 Deficit appropriations; revise process for state agencies to avoid the need for. (PEER bill).
HB 37 Physical therapists; revise circumstances and criteria under which they may implement treatment without a referral.
HB 177 Dietician Licensure Compact; create.
HB 844 State Parole Board; require to solicit recommendations from and provide notification to certain individuals before parole hearing.

DeBar - Senate

SB2169 Local supplement for assistant teachers; prohibit school districts from reducing when given state minimum raise.
SB2245 Education data; authorize the Department of Education to report aggregate data in compliance with federal standards.
SB2246 Preschool reporting requirements; revise technical provisions related thereto.
SB2803 Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law; revise definition of "qualified resort area."
SB2332 MAEP; revise funding formula.
SB2343 Mississippi Modified School Calendar Grant Program; establish and provide eligibility criteria.
SB2348 State Workforce Investment Board; make technical changes to provisions related thereto.
SB2407 Assistant teachers; revise certain licensure requirements.
SB2684 Department of Education; to require to study and develop guidance on technology, nutrition and transportation.
SB2689 State subject area tests and accountability standards; replace with college prep test and revise provisions.
SB2690 Charter schools; set certain school accreditation rating requirements for renewal of charter.
SB2275 MDOT; authorize the transfer and conveyance of certain real property to the Board of Supervisors of Greene County.
SB2682 MS Critical Teacher Shortage Act of 1998; extend repealer on.
SB2691 Open enrollment; allow school district transfer if transferee board accepts, guarantee for active duty military children.
SB2695 Driver's education; revise certain provisions related thereto.
SB2715 Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science; relocate to the campus of Mississippi State University.

DeLano - Senate

SB2487 The Law Enforcement Officers and Fire Fighters Death Benefits Trust Fund; bring forward provision related to.
SB2627 Firearms; criminalize manufacture, possession and use of machine gun conversion devices.
SB2408 Identification cards and driver's licenses; require to have 988 Crisis Lifeline information.
SB2454 Mississippi Gulf Coast Region Utility Act; set to repeal on July 1, 2024.
SB2649 Department of Environmental Quality; provide additional powers to Executive Director.

Denton - House

HB1213 Living Donor Protection Act; create.

Deweese - House

HB1000 Corporations and LLCs; authorize notice of dissolution by electronic mail only.
HB1618 PERS; define "instrumentality" for purpose of PERS laws and include health care collaboratives in the definition.
HB1627 Nonprofit Agricultural Membership Organizations; exempt from insurance regulation.
HB1271 Real estate; revise liability for certain provisions.
HB1793 Appropriation; Barber Examiners, Board of.
HB1794 Appropriation: Child Protection Services, Department of.
HB1795 Appropriation; Cosmetology and Barbering, Board of.
HB1796 Appropriation; Health, Department of.
HB1797 Appropriation; Human Services, Department of.
HB1798 Appropriation; Fire Academy.
HB1799 Appropriation; Insurance, Department of.
HB1800 Appropriation; Medicaid, Division of.
HB1801 Appropriation; Medical Licensure, Board of.
HB1802 Appropriation; Nursing Home Administrators, Board of.
HB1803 Appropriation; Nursing, Board of.
HB1804 Appropriation; Optometry, Board of.
HB1805 Appropriation; Physical Therapy Board.
HB1806 Appropriation; Psychology, Board of.
HB1807 Appropriation; Real Estate Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board.
HB1808 Appropriation: Real Estate Commission.
HB1809 Appropriation; Rehabilitation Services, Department of.
HB1810 Appropriation; Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists, Board of Examiners for.

England - Senate

SB2186 Sale of seized weapons; authorize use of proceeds to purchase equipment.
SB2144 Runoff elections; amend to lengthen the timing requirement.
SB2367 Ranked-choice voting; prohibit in Mississippi elections.
SB2856 Cleaning dilapidated property; bring forward code sections related to.
SB2406 MS Public Records Act; exempt certain private information of persons conducting in-state operations.
SB2422 Election disputes; specify judges with jurisdiction to hear.
SB2580 In-person early voting; allow.
SB2575 Campaign finance; reform.
SB2576 Voter ID; clarify what constitutes a valid voter ID.
SB2577 Digitizations; create a criminal penalty for the wrongful dissemination of.
SB2579 Absentee ballots; change receipt deadline.
SB2681 Certified Academic Language Therapists; allow to help instruct students with dyslexia in schools.

Eure - House

HB 774 MS Mobile Sports Wagering Act; create to legalize "online race book" and "online sports pool" betting.
HB1417 Health care industry zone; expand radius for location of certain facilities for certification by MDA as.
HB1603 Organ procurement organizations; records and proceedings of PEER review committees are confidential and not discoverable.

Evans - House

HB1485 Income tax; exclude forgiven, cancelled or discharged federal student loan debt under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program from the definition of "gross income".

Faulkner - House

HB 155 Local governments capital improvements revolving loan program; include municipal natural gas facilities.
HB 823 Memorial bridge; designate north bridge on MS Hwy 309 as the "Hubert Ingram Memorial Bridge."
HB1625 Corporate breach of security; require reports to the Attorney General.

Felsher - House

HB 904 "Victims of Human Trafficking and Commercial Sexual Exploitation Fund"; revise deposits for.
HB 903 Machine gun; provide crime for conversion to.
HB1655 Candidate qualifications; revise process for.
HB1692 State JROTC Coordinator; exempt from qualification requirements of the State Personnel Board.
HB1341 Students of active duty service members and civilian personnel; revise residency requirements to allow transfers to another district of choice.

Fillingane - Senate

SB2152 Department of Human Services; authorize to enter into lease with counties and to appoint certain county directors.
SB2174 Motor vehicle theft; revise penalty for.
SB2175 Receiving stolen property; revise the crime of.
SB2157 Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact; enact.
SB2304 Income tax refunds; provide procedures for MDOR to set off debts owed to MDHS against, and for hearings and appeals.
SB2177 Bail; make certain amendments to provisions related to.
SB2529 District attorneys; amend provision related to temporary appointments.
SB2179 Department of Public Safety; revise certain provisions related to.
SB2466 Alcoholic beverages; revise certain provisions relating to sales to persons under the age of 21.
SB2022 Juvenile offenders and district attorneys; revise provisions related to.
SB2058 Nonpartisan Judicial Election Act; amend to include justice court judges.
SB2180 CCID inferior Court and DPS; revision provisions related to.
SB2764 Manufactured homes; create affidavit of ownership.
SB2159 Marriage and family therapists; revise certain requirements for licensure.

Fondren - House

HB1624 Court-Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program; create state associate and standardize operations of local programs.

Ford (54th) - House

HB 308 Rural Fire Truck Acquisition Assistance Program; revise to remove eight rounds requirement.
HB 628 Public records; extend repealer on statute granting persons public right of access to.
HB 653 Trip optimizer system; extend expiration date of moratorium on application to state agencies of.
HB 310 Application for privilege license tag for vehicles; increase from seven to thirty working days.
HB 652 State Port Authority and other ports; delete repealer on authority to use design-build method of contracting.
HB1048 Peer-to-peer Car Sharing Program Act; create.
HB1140 Public Records Act; revise time limitations for producing a competitive sealed proposal.
HB1420 Public procurement laws; exempt certain contracts for museums.
HB1421 Public purchasing; increase threshold for bidding and revise provisions related to reverse auctions.

Ford (73rd) - House

HB1126 "Walker Montgomery Protecting Children Online Act"; establish to protect minors from harmful content.

Grady - House

HB1697 Law enforcement and certain first responders killed in line of duty; authorize payment to family up to 30 days.

Hale - House

HB1583 Consumer Freedom of Choice in Appliances Act; create.

Hall - House

HB1478 Alternative nicotine products; prohibit sale or distribution of if prohibited under federal law or FDA rule or regulation.

Haney - House

HB 893 Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize issuance to supporters of the Navy Seabee Foundation.
HB1579 Business Improvement Districts Act; make various revisions concerning.
HB1366 Mississippi Principal and Income Act of 2013; revise provisions relating to partial liquidation.

Harkins - Senate

SB2226 Israel Support Act of 2019; extend repealer on.
SB2476 Tax credits for qualified charitable and qualified foster care charitable organizations; extend repealer on.
SB2477 Income tax; reenact and extend repealer on credit for certain railroad expenditures.
SB2405 Alcoholic beverages; revise certain provisions regarding locations for sale of.
SB2493 Bonds; repeal authorization for unissued bonds, and replace with cash funds.
SB2218 Mississippi Ireland Trade Commission; establish.
SB2753 SAFER Act; enact.
SB2907 PERS optional retirement program for IHL employees; revise remittance of employer's contribution based on start date.
SB2858 Health benefit plans; set provisions related to diagnostic breast exams and individualized investigational drugs.
SB2897 Ad valorem tax on home; allow credit or rebate for certain disabled veterans and surviving spouses of military members.
SB3106 Tax exemptions; revise qualifying standards for business enterprises operating data centers.
SB3161 Ad valorem tax; authorize a tax credit for certain refineries of oil, gas and petroleum products.

Hickman - Senate

SB2626 Firearms and weapons; authorize nonviolent felons to possess and use.
SB2142 Designate American Quarter Horse as the "Official State Horse of the State of Mississippi."
SB2244 Foster care children; allow free access to museums and state parks, allow free transcripts from colleges and junior colleges.

Hill - Senate

SB2300 Occupational Licensing Review Board; revise membership.
SB2339 High school graduation requirements; allow sign language to be counted as a foreign language.
SB2441 Alternative nicotine products; prohibit distribution or sale of certain products.
SB2302 State agencies; notify Legislature of proposed rule adoption.

Hines - House

HB1527 HIV medications; prohibit health plans and Medicaid from subjecting to protocols that restrict dispensing of.

Hobgood-Wilkes - House

HB 317 EMS Memorial; Health Dept. shall design and construct to honor EMS personnel who died in line of duty.
HB1685 Uniform Controlled Substances Act; revise schedules.
HB1351 Child placed in foster care; clarify that youth court must be consulted before placement is revised.
HB1489 Ambulance services; provide for payment for treatment in place and provide for minimum reimbursement rate in health insurance policies.
HB1612 Pharmacy benefit managers; revise provisions relating to.

Holloway (76th) - House

HB1207 Alcorn University Extension Annex; rename the "Dr. Jesse Harness, Sr., Extension and Research Center".
HB1463 "Carrol V. Hood Memorial Highway"; specify parameters of location for designation.

Hood - House

HB1584 Memorial Highway; designate segment of MS Hwy 9 in Webster County as the "Warrant Officer William H. "Bill" Seaborn, Jr., Memorial Highway.
HB1558 Social media platforms; require owners or operators of to regulate advertisement of tobacco and nicotine products.
HB1319 Homeowner's insurance; prohibit insurer from refusing to issue or to renew policy soley based on roof's age.
HB1315 MS Youth Court Information Delivery System (MYCIDS); require audit of.
HB1316 Public purchasing; require competitive bidding for web-based application for MYCIDS.
HB1352 Telephone solicitors; prohibit calls regarding Medicare supplements and to consumers opting out of all calls.
HB1560 Governmental tort immunity; bring forward sections.

Hopson - Senate

SB2926 Appropriation; additional appropriations for various state agencies for FY2024 & FY2025.
SB2468 Budget; bring forward code sections related to and provide for transfers.
SB2558 Mental Health Regional Commissions; authorize boards of supervisors to agree to board compositions.
SB2848 ARPA programs; revise and bring forward related provisions and provide for determination of unobligated funds by Nov. 1.
SB2404 State Bond Attorney; authorize interim appointment in case of conflict of interest.
SB2825 Appropriations; revise certain FY2024 appropriations, fund authority and transfers.
SB2844 Variable Compensation Plan; make certain amendments.
SB2846 Appropriations; make technical revisions to certain transfers and provisions related to local projects.
SB2693 Failing schools and districts of transformation; revise certain provisions related thereto.
SB3006 Appropriation; IHL - General support.
SB3007 Appropriation; IHL - Subsidiary programs.
SB3008 Appropriation; IHL - Alcorn State - Agricultural programs.
SB3009 Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station.
SB3010 Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Cooperative Extension Service.
SB3011 Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Forest and Wildlife Research Center.
SB3012 Appropriation; IHL - Mississippi State University - Veterinary Medicine, College of.
SB3013 Appropriation; IHL - Student Financial Aid.
SB3014 Appropriation; IHL - University of Mississippi Medical Center.
SB3015 Appropriation; Community and Junior Colleges Board - Administrative expenses.
SB3016 Appropriation; Community and Junior Colleges Board - Support for community and junior colleges.
SB3017 Appropriation; Employment Security, Department of.
SB3018 Appropriation; Ethics Commission.
SB3019 Appropriation; Judicial Performance Commission.
SB3020 Appropriation; Public Safety, Department of.
SB3021 Appropriation; Mental Health, Department of.
SB3022 Appropriation; Transportation, Department of - State Aid Road Construction, Office of.
SB3023 Appropriation; Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Development Authority.
SB3024 Appropriation; Architecture, Board of.
SB3025 Appropriation; Funeral Services Board.
SB3026 Appropriation; Geologists, Board of Registered Professional.
SB3027 Appropriation; Massage Therapy, Board of.
SB3028 Appropriation; Motor Vehicle Commission.
SB3029 Appropriation; Counselors, Board of Examiners for Licensed Professional.
SB3030 Appropriation; Accountancy, Board of Public.
SB3031 Appropriation; Contractors, Board of.
SB3032 Appropriation; Veterinary Examiners, Board of.
SB3033 Appropriation; Chiropractic Examiners, Board of.
SB3034 Appropriation; Dental Examiners, Board of.
SB3035 Appropriation; Pharmacy, Board of.
SB3036 Appropriation; Agriculture and Commerce, Department of.
SB3037 Appropriation; Fair and Coliseum Commission - Livestock shows.
SB3038 Appropriation; Animal Health, Board of.
SB3039 Appropriation; Corrections, Department of.
SB3041 Appropriation; Gaming Commission.
SB3042 Appropriation; Information Technology Services, Department of.
SB3043 Appropriation; Personnel Board.
SB3044 Appropriation; Military Department.
SB3045 Appropriation; Veterans Affairs Board.
SB3046 Appropriation; Audit, Department of.
SB3047 Appropriation; Revenue, Department of.
SB3048 Appropriation; Secretary of State.
SB3049 Appropriation; Tax Appeals Board.
SB3050 Appropriation; Workers' Compensation Commission.
SB3051 Appropriation; Treasurer's Office.
SB3052 Appropriation; Debt Service-Gen. Obli.
SB3053 Appropriation; Banking and Consumer Finance, Department of.
SB3054 Appropriation; Finance and Administration, Department of.
SB3055 Appropriation; Governor's Office and Mansion.
SB3056 Appropriation; Development Authority, Mississippi.
SB3057 Appropriation; Gulf Coast Restoration Funds to the Mississippi Development Authority.
SB3058 Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Fund; FY2025 reappropriate to certain agencies.
SB3040 Appropriation; Emergency Management Agency.
SB3059 Appropriations; additional for various state agencies for FY2024 and FY2025.
SB3162 Appropriation; additional to DMH-Children & Youth PRTF, ARPA funds.
SB3163 Appropriation; additional to DFA-Administration, ARPA funds.
SB3164 Appropriation; additional to DFA-Bureau of Buildings, ARPA funds.
SB3165 Appropriation; additional to MDOT-Surface Transportation Projects, ARPA funds.

Horan - House

HB1004 Sex offender registry; revise definitions for provisions of law that regulate.
HB1035 Justice court judges; include in the "Nonpartisan Judicial Election Act".
HB1088 Circuit courts; authorize jurisdiction for persons with criminal charges who may need civil commitment procedures.
HB1089 Indigent counsel; increase compensation for.
HB 724 Expungement; clarify expungement of pardoned convictions.
HB1023 DHS Fraud Investigators; allow to drive unmarked vehicles.
HB1253 Post-conviction collateral relief; require certain petitioners to obtain Supreme Court permission before filing in trial court.
HB1441 Felony; increase penalties for commission of with use of semi-automatic firearm.
HB 722 Judicial districts; revise.
HB1440 Juvenile offenders; provide alternative sentencing and parole options.
HB1025 Department of Corrections; eliminate executive deputy commissioner from.
HB1024 DHS; authorize to recover costs of fraud investigations.
HB1252 Implied consent laws; authorize nonadjudication for violation under certain conditions.
HB1273 Department of Public Safety; revise various provisions relating to.

Horhn - Senate

SB2016 Illegal dumping; increase penalties for.

Hulum - House

HB 124 Tuskegee Airmen Day; designate the fourth Thursday in March.
HB1257 Notary public; clarify maximum fee permitted and authorize qualified nonresidents to be commissioned as.

Jackson - Senate

SB2465 Public property; direct MDOT to convey certain land used as a park to the City of Marks.

Johnson - Senate

SB2125 State employees; authorize the state to offer health savings accounts to.
SB2288 Images or audio altered or created by digitization; criminalize dissemination of in certain circumstances.
SB2062 Artificial Intelligence in Education Task Force Act; enact.
SB2298 Bonds; raise maximum fee paid to state's bond attorney from $500.00 to $750.00 for validation and issuance of.
SB2486 Proposals and requests for qualifications; simplify the receipt and registration process.
SB2853 Mississippi Alcoholic Beverage Corporation; create.
SB2004 Grain grading; require state or federal certification and compliance with Federal Grain Inspection Service standards.
SB2130 Homeowners' insurance; prohibit insurer from cancelling or denying coverage solely due to roof's age.
SB3070 Income tax and insurance premium tax; authorize a credit for certain investments in qualified community development entities.

Karriem - House

HB1609 Voting rights; restore for certain disqualifying crimes.

Kinkade - House

HB 43 Wildlife; provide that the state has a duty to protect and sustain for the public's benefit.
HB1298 Mississippi Wild Turkey Stamp; establish.
HB 733 Sales tax; deposit portion of revenue into the Mississippi Outdoor Stewardship Trust Fund.
HB1206 Open Season; revise dates for fur-bearing animals and hunting opossums, racoons and bobcats with dogs and guns.

Kirby - Senate

SB2495 County boards of supervisors; may designate board attorney to serve as hearing officer in disputes regarding delinquent solid waste fees.
SB2549 Chancery clerk; increase fees for recording deeds to land sold for taxes and redemption of such lands.

Ladner - House

HB1439 Riparian rights; revise what may be included in.

Lamar - House

HB1641 Public records; exempt public body's records containing client information concerning economic development projects.
HB1162 Child sexual abuse; revise statute of limitatitons for claims.
HB1621 Mississippi Flexible Tax Incentive Act; revise certain provisions of.
HB1647 Commissioner of Insurance; authorize to implement a state insurance exchange, authorize income tax deductions and insurance premium tax credit.
HB 822 CCID inferior court; clarify appeals from and repeal appointment of temporary judges.
HB1163 Community and junior colleges; authorize to contract or enter into interlocal agreements with local governing authorities for first responders services.
HB1354 Alcoholic Beverage Control Division warehouse; increase amount of revenue bonds authorized for and bailment fee authorized for paying debt service on bonds.
HB1589 Motor vehicles; revise certain provisions regarding discharge of liens and scrapping.
HB1620 Use tax; revise certain provisions regarding funds distributed to municipalities and counties for infrastructure assistance.
HB1660 Cigarettes and vape products; require Commissioner of Revenue to establish separate directories to regulate sales of.
HB1665 Capitol Complex Improvement District; authorize incentive for development of property in.
HB1161 Alcoholic beverages; authorize municipalities in dry counties vote to come out from under the dry law.
HB1473 Bonds; repeal authorization for certain unissued bonds and replace certain unissued bonds with cash.
HB 48 Residential subdivisions; authorize property owners to establish and/or amend convenants, conditions and restrictions.
HB1642 Tax credits, various; bring forward sections of law relating to.
HB1701 Taxes, various; bring forwards sections of law authorizing and providing for distribution of revenue.
HB1953 Tax credits; authorize for contributions by certain taxpayers to certain hospitals, bring forward various tax credit sections of law.
HB1988 Children's Promise Act; increase amount of tax credits that may be allocated under, bring forward various tax credit sections of law.
HB1990 Ad valorem tax; authorize counties to establish minimum revenue amount to be produced by certain property.
HB1939 Income tax; authorize a credit for costs incurred for development of certain property in the Capitol Complex Improvement District.
HB1942 Income tax and insurance premium tax; authorize a credit for certain investments in qualified community development entities.
HB1982 Mississippi School Resource Officers School Safety (MS ROSS) Act; create to provide funding to local law enforcement agencies.
HB1983 Bonds; authorize issuance for various purposes.
HB1984 Ad valorem tax; authorize a tax credit for certain refines of oil, gas and petroleum products.
HB1985 Income tax and ad valorem tax; authorize a child credit, bring forward various tax credit sections of law.
HB1986 Tax credits; revise provisions regarding eligible charitable organizations assisting with providing health care services to low-income individuals.
HB1987 Bonds; authorize issuance to provide funds for loans to improve certain properties in the Capitol Complex Improvement District.
HB1991 Sales tax; revise definition of "gross proceeds of sales", "gross income" and "installation charges" and exempt certain services.

Lancaster - House

HB1648 Electronic bids; authorize public utilities to provide system for submittal of as additional option.

Lott - House

HB1744 City of Lucedale; authorize election for tax on hotels/motels to fund parks and recreational capital improvement projects.

Mangold - House

HB1210 The Dr. Elton Mac Huddleston Rural Veterinarians Scholarship Program; establish.

Mansell - House

HB 873 Purple Alert; establish as additional means to aid search of missing persons with cognitive disabilities.

Massengill - House

HB 697 Mississippi Aviation Safety Act; create.
HB 940 MS Transportation Commission; revise publication and bid requirements for Design-Build projects and allow use of alternate contracting methods.
HB 694 Commercial Driver's License; require notice to employer when possibility of suspension for unpaid child support.

McCarty - House

HB1669 Assistant teachers; revise qualifications for employment.
HB1670 MAEP; clarify classification of exceptional children in preschool for reporting and purposes of funding teacher units.
HB1696 Failing schools; revise processes relating to being placed into a District of Transformation and abolishing the MS Achievement School District.
HB1548 Cardiac emergency response plan; require local school district to implement.
HB1668 Mississippi Teacher Residency Program; require Legislature to fund for fiscal year 2025.
HB1673 Legislative vacancy; revise procedure to fill.

McCaughn - Senate

SB2059 Biomass and Bioenergy with carbon capture technology; define.
SB2038 Adoption petitions; clarify that attached certificate may be executed by any physician.
SB2232 Newton Municipal School District; require election of board of trustees by population of the school district.
SB2519 Mississippi Foreign Land Ownership Act; create.
SB2037 Child support award; cost of health insurance coverage obtained by noncustodial parent considered in determining.
SB2325 Forestry Facility Grant Program; bring forward.
SB2696 Mississippi Main Street Grant Program; amend administration of and qualifications for.
SB2874 State Board of Funeral Service; require certain continuing education courses for licensees.

McGee - House

HB 365 Mississippi Musicians Month; designate the month of March each year as.
HB 970 Medicaid; extend date of repealers on the services and managed care provisions and the provider assessment provisions.
HB 539 Medicaid; provide for presumptive eligibility for pregnant women.
HB1068 County medical examiners; require to enter information electronically.
HB1678 Baby safety devices; require to be inspected and approved by Health Department before use by emergency medical services provider.
HB1258 16th section land; authorize local school board to grant an extension to holder of a long-term lease in good standing.
HB1026 Medicaid; make various technical amendments to the program.
HB1350 Telephone solicitors; prohibit from making any solicitation regarding Medicare Advantage Plans and Medicare supplements.

McKnight - House

HB 616 Mississippi Rare Disease Advisory Council; create at UMMC.
HB1323 Statute of limitations; increase for sexual battery of a vulnerable person.

McLean - House

HB1382 Bail; make certain amendments to provisions related to.
HB1537 Sexual offense; provide immunity for reporting.
HB1542 Intestate succession; child conceived by assisted reproduction after decedent's death is deemed to be living at the time of death.
HB1607 Mississippi Women's Bill of Rights; create.

McLendon - Senate

SB2840 Building Fund for the Arts; authorize Mississippi Arts Commission to retain monies for administrative costs.
SB2135 Shoplifting; modify finding required before imposing a sentence of imprisonment.

McMahan - Senate

SB2567 On-premises tobacco permit; authorize Department of Revenue to issue.
SB2381 Pawnbrokers; remove the requirement of on-premises retention of purchased goods.
SB2382 Pawnbrokers; allow to pass credit or debit card processing charges to customers.
SB2500 Homeless encampments; prohibit on public property and define as public nuisance on private property.
SB2568 Native wineries; authorize to make sales at one satellite location in same county.

McMillan - House

HB1370 Trespass; clarify elements of.

Michel - Senate

SB2140 Mississippi Prior Authorization Reform Act; enact.
SB2851 Nonprofit agricultural membership organization; authorize to issue health insurance and exempt from insurance regulation.
SB2470 Sales tax; move the back-to-school sales tax holiday to the second Friday in July.
SB2756 State and School Employees' Health Insurance Board; require board to determine applicable insurance benefits and exclusions.
SB2917 Capitol Complex Improvement District; define authority.
SB2530 Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing Program Act; create.
SB2132 Child support; withhold gaming winnings of persons who have outstanding child support arrearages.
SB2740 Insurance; authorize counties, municipalities, school districts and other political subdivisions to pool risk.
SB2639 Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks; bring forward certain code sections regarding.
SB2776 Immediate possession; authorize for certain public agencies for roads & public utilities for an economic development project.

Mickens - House

HB 74 Memorial highways; designate segment in Noxubee County as the "Chief Petty Officer Andrew Triplett Memorial Highway".
HB 75 Memorial highway; designate a segment of U.S. Highway 45 in Macon, MS as the "Sgt. Travis S. Cooper Memorial Highway."

Mims - House

HB1129 Office of Mississippi Physician Workforce; transfer from UMMC to the State Department of Health.
HB1311 Community and junior colleges; authorize board of trustees to reduce or waive out-of-state tuition for certain students.
HB1811 Appropriation; Athletic Commission.
HB1812 Appropriation; Attorney General.
HB1813 Appropriation; Auctioneers Commission.
HB1814 Appropriation; Capital Post-Conviction Counsel, Office of.
HB1815 Appropriation; District attorneys and staff.
HB1816 Appropriation, Reappropriation, DFA - Bureau of Building - FY 2024.
HB1817 Appropriation; Legislative expenses.
HB1818 Appropriation; Public Employees' Retirement System.
HB1819 Appropriation; State Public Defender, Office of.
HB1820 Appropriation; Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and trial judges services.
HB1821 Appropriation; Veterans' Home Purchase Board.
HB1916 Appropriation; Health Department for grants to hospitals ineligible for grants from Hospital Sustainability Grant Program.

Morgan - House

HB 319 Distinguished motor vehicle license tag; authorize issuance to supporters of the Columbia Academy Cougars.
HB1533 Bioenergy; considered carbon neutral when produced from biomass.
HB1216 Memorial highways; designate segment in Marion County as the "Sheriff J.V. Polk Memorial Highway.

Nelson - House

HB1137 Opioid antagonists; authorize community organization to receive and administer.

Newman - House

HB 443 Elected official; prohibit from holding more than one elected office at the same time.
HB 438 Shoplifting; revise penalties for crime of.
HB 313 Board of Cosmetology and Barbering; create to regulate cosmetology and barber professions.
HB 445 Driver's license; restore ability to suspend for certain traffic violations.
HB 585 "Dignity and Safety for Incarcerated Women Act"; enact.

Oliver - House

HB1822 Appropriation; Arts Commission.
HB1823 Appropriation; Education, Department of.
HB1824 Appropriation; Educational Television, Authority for.
HB1825 Appropriation; Library Commission.
HB1826 Appropriation; Transportation, Department of.
HB1949 Appropriation; Administrative Office of Courts for eligible ARPA expenses.
HB1950 Appropriation; Finance and Admin, Dept. of, Bureau of Building, Ground, and Real Property Management for eligible ARPA capital projects.
HB1951 Appropriation; Health, Department of, for funding the ARPA Rural Water Associations Infrastructure Grant Program.
HB1952 Appropriation; Public Safety, Department of, for purchases of ARPA eligible equipment.
HB1855 Sales tax; exempt sales, leases or other retail transfers of certain fixed-wing aircraft.

Owen - House

HB 286 Sexual Battery; remove statute of limitations when DNA evidence is discovered.
HB1390 Grand jury; clarify procedures for recusal of district attorney.
HB1454 Conditions for parole eligibility; extend date of repeal on.
HB1459 MS Uniform Post-Conviction Collateral Relief Act; bring forward.
HB1343 Scrivener's affidavit; revise authority for attorney who submitted but are now retired.
HB 867 Student transfers; remove requirement for current district of attendance to approve release.
HB 73 School attendance officers; transfer responsibility of employment from MDE to local school districts.
HB1342 Controlled substances; bring forward sections for unlawful possession of.
HB1455 Work initiative; remove cap on number of inmates who may participate in and revise certain reporting requirements for.
HB1683 MS Charter School Act of 2013; bring forward for purposes of possible amendments.

Parker - Senate

SB2131 Child support; create presumption that support continues past the age of majority for a disabled child.
SB2307 Compensation of elected state & district officers; extend repealer on.
SB2308 Mississippi Public Records Act; extend date of repeal on.
SB2309 Trip optimizer for state employee travel reimbursement; extend moratorium on application to certain state agencies.
SB2310 County authorization to assess emergency telecommunications service charge; extend date of repeal on.
SB2685 Retired teachers; authorize to receive PERS benefits and work full-time in certain critical shortage areas.
SB2713 Regional health authorities; create the Delta Regional Health Authority.
SB2830 Mississippi Flexible Tax Incentive Act; revise definition and annual report due date, and correct agency reference.
SB2628 Mississippi Capitol Region Utility Act; enact.
SB2770 Ballot initiative process; revise statutory implementation.
SB2873 Medical records retention requirements; provide for.
SB2318 Ad valorem taxes; authorize local governments to grant exemptions for raw materials and work in progress inventory.

Parks - Senate

SB2502 Counties; shorten notice requirement for special meetings from five days to three days.

Pigott - House

HB1284 Mississippi Foreign Land Ownership Act; create to prohibit acquisition of forestry and agricultural lands.
HB1304 Grain graders; provide process for certification of.

Polk - Senate

SB2841 State Treasury Efficiency Act; enact.
SB2272 Charities; amend the initial registration process.
SB2545 Auditing threshold; define monetary donations.
SB2544 Public deposit bidding; conform processes.

Porter - House

HB1396 Community Eligibility Provision of National School Lunch Program; require certain school districts to apply for.

Powell - House

HB 328 Alcoholic beverages; increase number of package retailer's permits a person may own.
HB 329 Alcoholic beverages; authorize local authorities of wet jurisdiction to permit package retail sales on Sunday.
HB 777 Alcoholic beverages; revise policy of state regarding prohibition of.
HB1525 Alcoholic beverages; revise certain provisions regarding locations for sale of.
HB1063 Excavation; revise procedures and require white lining in certain stances.
HB1471 BEAM; prohibit from accepting gifts or other benefits from any broadband service provider, vendor, or contractor.
HB1664 Acceptance or offer of gifts; revise provisions relating to.
HB1764 Sales tax; revise rate regarding certain oil, gas and other mineral resources services, equipment and materials.

Read - House

HB1704 Appropriations; revise certain FY 2024 appropriations and direct transfers.
HB1705 Budget process; bring forward certain sections relating to and provide for transfers of funds.
HB1706 Programs funded with ARPA funds; revise certain provisions and bring forward sections of.
HB1707 2023 Local Improvements Projects Fund; clarify and correct names and purposes of certain projects funded from.
HB1355 State agencies; Personnel Board and LBO shall develop salary funding levels for.
HB1356 Telework; revise certain provisions regarding use of by employees of state service agencies.
HB1357 Department of Agriculture; revise authority to spend certain funds.
HB1830 Appropriation; additional appropriation FY24.

Remak - House

HB1378 Homestead exemption; increase for honorably discharged veterans 90 years of age or older.
HB1060 Performance bonds; increase threshold amount in public works contracts.

Roberson - House

HB 292 DUI suspension; clarify how the 120 days are counted.
HB1194 Expulsions; authorize aggregate reporting by State Department of Education of data relating to.
HB1196 Sextortion; create crime of.
HB 44 Physical therapists; not required to have prior work experience to work at PPEC center.
HB1190 Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of "qualified resort area" under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.
HB1230 Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District; extend bonding authority until July 1, 2027.
HB1453 "Investing in the Needs of Students to Prioritize, Impact and Reform Education (INSPIRE) Act of 2024"; create.
HB1450 Interstate Teacher Mobility Compact; authorize entrance for purpose of facilitating mobility of teachers married to service members.
HB1604 Comprehensive Career and Technical Education Reform Act; revise certain portions of regarding industry certification and grants.
HB 346 "Seizure Safe Schools Act"; establish.
HB1106 National board certified occupational therapists and school psychologists; require salary supplement for public education employees.
HB1192 Virtual public schools; authorize operation by certain educational providers or locally sponsored virtual public schools.
HB1229 Equal Opportunity for Students with Special Needs Act; extend repealer on educational scholarship accounts (ESA).
HB1447 SAVED; create study committee to determine establishing model school for failing schools in the Mississippi Delta.

Rosebud - House

HB1401 Polling place; prohibit facility that sells alcoholic beverages to be used as.

Rushing - House

HB 526 Hunting; authorize hunters to wear fluorescent pink as an alternative to fluorescent orange.
HB 900 "The Families' Rights and Responsibilities Act"; create.
HB 868 "Property Cleanup Revolving Fund"; establish.

Sanford - House

HB 922 Election commissioner; revise office to be nonpartisan.
HB1121 State officers; make minor, nonsubstantive changes regarding swearing in of.
HB 413 Dog bites; authorize payment for actual expenses for injuries caused by.
HB1404 Runoff elections; revise time for holding to four weeks.
HB 325 Real property; right of first refusal expires on grantee's death unless specifically stated otherwise.
HB1087 Ballot harvesting; include certain definitions in prohibition on.
HB1234 Tenancy by the entirety with rights of survivorship; create rebuttable presumption when deed to both spouses.
HB1658 County and municipal executive committee agreements; revise.
HB1086 Land partitions; revise provision that regulate.
HB1403 Justice Court; revise filing fees.
HB1689 Election crime; create for dissemination of a deep fake within 90 days of an election.

Scoggin - House

HB 939 Mississippi University Research Authority; revise and clarify composition of.
HB1153 Tobacco; prohibit sale to persons under.
HB 907 MS Childcare Teachers Shortage Study Committee; create.
HB 595 Boys Scouts and Girl Scouts; allow to speak to students regarding civic involvement with principal's approval.

Seymour - Senate

SB2060 Memorial bridge; dedicate the Little Biloxi Bridge to World War II Infantryman Willie Edward King.
SB2638 Cottage foods; further define and increase seller's allowed annual gross sales amount to $50,000.00.

Shanks - House

HB 751 Commercial motor vehicles; extend repealer on authority of Commissioner of Public Safety to create voluntary inspection program.
HB 763 Pilot Work Release Program; extend repealer on authority of sheriff to establish for certain offenders in certain counties.
HB 760 MS Qualified Health Center Grant Program; extend date for Department of Health Grants for increased services and physicians.
HB 768 Israel Support Act of 2019; extend repealer on.
HB 750 State Grand Jury Act; codify and extend repealer.
HB 752 Public Service Commission; extend repealer on its creation and powers and duties.
HB 755 Parole; extend repealer on statute prescribing conditions for eligibility.
HB 756 Prison Industry Enhancement Program; extend repealer on.
HB 757 State offenders; extend repealer on authority to house in county jails when space is unavailable.
HB 758 Pilot Work Initiative at Central MS Correctional Facility; extend repealer on.
HB 759 Mississippi Prison Industries Act of 1990; extend repealer on.
HB 770 MS Office of Workforce Development; extend exemption from Public Procurement Review Board rental agreement requirements.
HB 761 Harper Grace's Law; extend repealer on authority to research and dispense CBD oil for medical purposes.
HB 764 State Department of Health and State Board of Health; extend repealer on.
HB 753 State Board of Cosmetology; extend repealer on.
HB 773 Elected State and District Officers; extend repealer on authority to exceed salary cap for professionals employed by.
HB 342 Recreational landowners; add cycling to the list of activities exempt from liability.
HB 691 Mississippi Board on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Training; revise composition of and provide with investigative authority.
HB 765 MS Critical Teacher Shortage Act; extend repealer on.
HB 349 Squatted vehicles; prohibit modifications to motor vehicle which raise front fender a certain height above the rear fender.

Simmons (12th) - Senate

SB2700 State offenders serving sentences in county jails; repeal repealer.
SB2697 Property exemption; revise provisions regarding property belonging to certain foundations.
SB2699 Purchasing law; raise expenditure triggering requirements for competitive bids.

Smith - House

HB 331 Counties and municipalities; authorize to choose not to be subject to requirement for permitting as a condition to construction.
HB1681 Memorial Highways; designate segment MS Hwy 513 in Clarke County as "Lance Corporal Mac Hamburg, MSMC, Memorial Highway."

Sparks - Senate

SB2569 State employee telework policies; amend.
SB2572 State Workforce Investment Board; amend to allow for proxy participation in meetings to meet quorum.
SB2600 Parole and probation officers' study committee; study transferring authority and functions to DPS.
SB2613 Police chiefs and officers; require certain continuing education.
SB2614 Uniform Post-Conviction Collateral Relief Act; amend certain provisions related to the filing of motions under.
SB2570 Office of Workforce Development; extend exemption from PPRB provisions on rental/leasing of real property for agency business.
SB2788 Mississippi Real Estate Commission; remove Home Inspector Board.
SB2543 Consumer Alternative Installment Loan Act; create a cap adjustment based on the loan amount.
SB2599 Alternative Incarceration Methodology (AIM) and intervention courts; bring forward statutes related thereto.
SB2717 Mississippi Prison Industries Corporation; clarify conflicts in laws concerning leadership.
SB2799 Public official appointments; revise terms of office and appointment procedures on certain state boards, districts and agencies.
SB2822 Administrative Office of Courts; bring forward code sections related to.
SB3105 Tobacco excise tax; provide rate for heated tobacco products.

Steverson - House

HB 702 Transportation funding; authorize public-private partnerships to include naming rights.
HB 624 Income tax; reenact and extend repealer on credit for certain railroad expenditures.
HB1286 Motor vehicles; provide procedure for licensing rental fleets.
HB 42 MS Rural Dentists Scholarship Program; increase number of students who may be admitted into annually.
HB1622 Towing of commercial vehicles; regulate the nonconsensual towing of by towing and recovery services.
HB 659 Alcoholic beverages; revise certain provisions relating to sales to persons under the age of 21.
HB1214 Joint Legislative Study Committee on Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, and Other Digital Assets; create.
HB1623 Tourism project sales tax incentive program; bring forward sections of law relating to.
HB1768 Income tax; provide a credit for taxpayers who provide paid maternity and paternity leave for employees.
HB1943 Tobacco; define "heated tobacco product" under tobacco tax law and provide for rate of excise tax.

Suber - Senate

SB2276 Clinic building at 1308 Belk Boulevard; transfer to Mississippi Department of Public Safety.
SB2652 Wild turkey stamps; require for wild turkey hunters 16 years of age or older.
SB2662 Drones; allow use of for hunting, trapping and taking wild hogs.
SB2708 Department of Public Safety Headquarters; authorize DPS to sell or lease the land.
SB2651 Trespass to hunt, fish, shoot or trap; revise offense description, and impose penalties and fees.
SB2871 The Mississippi Juvenile Tobacco Access Prevention Act of 1997; amend to provide consistent reference to age.

Summers - House

HB1156 Polling places; prohibit from being closed within sixty days before an election.
HB1074 Terroristic threats; increase penalties when made against an airport.

Tate - Senate

SB2801 Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize for supporters of Clarkdale High School in Lauderdale County.
SB2425 Ballot harvesting; define terms.
SB2424 Absentee ballots; voters can cure ballots declared defective due to signature issues.
SB2514 State Veterans Affairs Board; revise composition of.

Thompson - Senate

SB2196 Mississippi Terroristic Threats Law; provide enhanced penalty for threat against airport.
HB 120 Memorial highways; designate segment in Shannon, Lee County as the "Johnny R. Patterson Memorial Highway."
SB2653 Design-build method of contracting; extend repealer for use by State Port Authority.
SB2648 Mississippi Department of Marine Resources; authorize oyster lease reconfiguration and make technical amendments.
SB2647 Mississippi Comprehensive Coastal Conservation and Restoration Act of 2024; enact.
SB2916 Lobbying; require lobbyists with a material financial interest in an issue or bill to register with legislative officers.

Tullos - House

HB 619 Memorial highway; designate a segment of MS Hwy 15 in Jasper County as the "Major Samuel S. (Coach) King Memorial Highway.
HB1406 Absentee voting; revise various provisions of.
HB1091 Broadband equipment speed; increase to FCC requirement regarding ad valorem tax exemption.

Turner - House

HB 776 Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of "qualified resort area" under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.
HB 818 Insurance; revise the Rural Fire Truck Matching Assistance Program, the MS First Responders Health and Safety Act and the Municipal and County Fire Funds.
HB 888 Insurance mitigation; revise various provisions related to.
HB1079 Clean claim; clarify requirements for.
HB1130 Living Donor Protection Act; create.
HB 871 Balance billing; exclude practice of dentistry from prohibition on.
HB1410 Insurance reimbursement rates; revise certain provisions.
HB 819 Insurance; remove filing fee on auto cancellation or nonrenewal appeals and exempt life line applicants from prelicensing requirements.
HB1408 Residential roofing contractors; revise requirements under Insurance Benefits Roofing Repair Consumer Protection Act.

Turner-Ford - Senate

SB2279 Uniform Controlled Substances Act; revise schedules.

Waldo - House

HB1103 Alcoholic beverages; authorize certain municipalities designated as qualified resort areas to regulate certain matters regarding the sale of.

Wallace - House

HB1135 Election day disputes; require list of judges selected to hear to be provided to certain officials.
HB1363 Internet; create civil liability for distribution of child pornography and obscene matter by commercial entities.

Whaley - Senate

SB2453 Inadequacy of service; authorizing the commission to cancel a municipality's certificate to provide service upon findings of.
SB2631 State property; amend MDAC ability to expend funding for the Ag Museum and clarify the location of state fairgrounds.

White - House

HB1460 Municipality and County Water Infrastructure Grant Program; bring forward for possible amendment.
HB1725 Medicaid; seek federal waiver for plan to allow Medicaid coverage for persons described in the federal Affordable Care Act.

Wiggins - Senate

SB2260 Right to counsel; authorize State Defender to provide where there is a constitutional right.
SB2285 Department of Public Safety; bring forward code sections related to officer salaries.
SB2386 Appointed counsel; increase maximum compensation for.
SB2550 Assistant district attorneys and criminal investigators; bring forward provisions related to.
SB2771 Judicial redistricting; bring forward code sections related to.
SB2145 Defending Affordable Prescription Drug Costs Act; enact to prohibit discriminating against 340B drug discount program entities.
SB2268 Missing or unidentified persons; provide procedures regarding investigation of.
SB2733 Pharmaceuticals; authorize the Division of Medicaid to establish a wholesale prescription drug importation program.
SB2792 Foster care and adoption; revise provisions related to per recommendations of task force.
SB2261 Child support; make certain amendments to provision concerning recovery from delinquent noncustodial parents.
SB2262 Child support; revise provision related to in order to mirror current DHS practice and federal requirements.
SB2311 Sheriffs; revise cap on annual salary supplement.
SB2526 Special Care Facility for Paroled Inmates; bring forward provisions for possible amendment.
SB2535 Divorce; authorize a court to grant when it is determined that a marriage is irretrievably broken.
SB3099 Income tax; authorize a credit for certain employers that sponsor skills training for employees.

Williams - Senate

SB2355 Walker's Law; enact to criminalize sexual extortion.
SB2457 Alcoholic beverages; revise definition of "qualified resort area" under the Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.
SB2698 Cyber Security Review Board; create.
SB2557 Ground lease for solar installation at Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experimental Stations; authorize.
SB2703 Cybersecurity; prohibit agencies from paying ransoms.
SB2762 Retainage; further define and outline the process related to.

Yancey - House

HB1105 Limited Liability Company; remove prohibition on using the words "partnership" and "limited parternship" when providing a name for.
HB 315 Mississippi Code; modernize terminology by replacing "mentally retarded" with "intellectual disability".
HB 845 Charitable organizations; require IRS forms filed annually with Secretary of State to be for the most recent fiscal year end.
HB 934 Consumer reports; limit redisclosure to third party.
HB1461 Vape directory; require Department of Revenue to maintain and publish.
HB 846 Chancery clerk fees; conform recording deeds to land sold for taxes and redemption of such lands.
HB1092 Automobile airbags and supplemental restraint systems; establish standards for installation of.
HB1167 Marriage and family therapists; revise requirements for licensure.
HB1290 Charity Protection Act; create.
HB1211 Criminal justice agencies; bring forward sections that regulate.
HB 848 CON; remove chemical dependency services and facilities and psychiatric residential treatment facilities from CON law.
HB1265 Pharmacists; authorize reimbursement for under certain insurance policies, plans, or contracts.
HB1344 Nonprofit Corporations; require annual report to be filed with Secretary of State.
HB1100 Minors; prohibit health care providers and institutions from providing health care to without parental consent.
HB1676 Mississippi Intoxicating Hemp Regulation Act and Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act; revise certain provisions of.

Yates - House

HB1220 Tax forfeited property; authorize Secretary of State to reimburse local governments for tree removal and cleanup costs.
HB1225 State Auditor; authorize to review and examine municipalities under certain conditions.
HB1644 Ambulance services providers; contracts with to provide exclusively in county or city must allow other providers to respond when necessary.
HB1487 Capitol Complex Improvement District; revise boundaries of.
HB1226 CCID inferior court; authorize additional judges and clarify appeals from.
HB1303 Fresh Start Act; revise certain provisions of.
HB1222 Laser hair removal; restrict the practice of to certain health professionals.

Younger - Senate

SB2451 Corrections; require implementation of improved model for projecting inmate population growth.
SB2556 Early Learning Collaborative Act; require the Department of Education to provide certain data on educational effects.

Zuber - House

HB 564 Urban renewal project powers; revise definition of.
HB 516 State agencies procurement; bring forward code sections related to.
HB1021 Pawnbrokers; authorize Commissioner of Banking to establish by rule a process allowing certain purchased and/or pledged goods to be stored off premises.
HB1062 Pawnbrokers; authorize to pass credit and debit card processing charges to customers.
HB 430 Alcoholic beverages; allow direct sales and shipment of certain wines to residents in this state.
HB 297 Mississippi Department of Information Technology Services; revise bidding procedure.
HB 419 Health care certificate of need law; bring forward code sections related to.

Zuber * - House

HB1590 PERS; reconstitute membership of board and rescind scheduled employer's contribution increase.