Mississippi Legislature | 2019 | Regular Session | Adjourned Sine Die

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Active Mississippi Bills (Introduced, Engrossed, Enrolled, Passed)

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SB3023An Act Making An Appropriation Of Special Funds To Defray The Expenses Of The Mississippi Department Of Employment Security For Fiscal Year 2020.2019-04-03
Due From Governor 04/20/19
HB1648An Act Making An Appropriation From Special Funds In The State Treasury For The Purpose Of Defraying The Expenses Of The Mississippi Department Of Transportation, For The Fiscal Year 2020; And For Related Purposes.2019-04-02
Due From Governor 04/19/19
HB1636An Act Making An Appropriation For The Purpose Of Paying Salaries And Travel Expenses Of District Attorneys And Assistant District Attorneys Of The State And Paying Office Expenses Of District Attorneys For The Fiscal Year 2020.2019-04-02
Due From Governor 04/19/19
HB1249An Act To Amend Section 25-15-103, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Authorize The Board Of Supervisors Of Any County To Pay The Total Of Or Any Part Of The Cost Of Additional Benefits For The Dependents Of County Employees; And For Related Purposes.2019-04-02
Due From Governor 04/19/19
HB1613An Act To Create The Children's Promise Act; To Authorize An Income Tax Credit For Voluntary Cash Contributions By Business Enterprises To Eligible Charitable Organizations; To Limit The Amount Of The Credit; To Provide That Unused Portions Of A Cred...2019-04-02
Due From Governor 04/19/19
SB3053An Act Making An Appropriation To Defray The Expenses Of The State Personnel Board For Fiscal Year 2020.2019-04-02
Due From Governor 04/19/19
HB1643An Act Making An Appropriation For The Purpose Of Funding K-12 And Other Related Educational Activities, Including Certain Agencies And Programs, In The State Of Mississippi, For The Fiscal Year 2020.2019-04-02
Due From Governor 04/19/19
HB980An Act To Amend Section 27-104-25, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Delete The Provision That Contractual Obligations Of State Agencies Shall Be Considered As Incurred Within The Fiscal Period In Which They Are To Be Paid, And Are To Be Encumbered Agains...2019-04-02
Due From Governor 04/19/19
SB3052An Act Making An Appropriation For The Purpose Of Defraying The Expenses Of The Mississippi Department Of Information Technology Services For Fiscal Year 2020.2019-04-02
Due From Governor 04/19/19
HB1637An Act Making An Appropriation For The Purpose Of Defraying The Expenses Of The Office Of State Public Defender Of The State Of Mississippi For The Fiscal Year 2020.2019-04-02
Due From Governor 04/19/19

Top Mississippi Sponsors

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Rep. Kathy Sykes [D]206Syndicate content
Rep. Earle Banks [D]134Syndicate content
Rep. Deborah Butler Dixon [D]131Syndicate content
Rep. John Hines [D]130Syndicate content
Rep. William Arnold [R]108Syndicate content
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Sen. Sampson Jackson [D]225Syndicate content
Sen. Robert Jackson [D]220Syndicate content
Sen. David Jordan [D]143Syndicate content
Sen. Bob Dearing [D]137Syndicate content
Sen. Eugene Clarke [R]128Syndicate content

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Most Viewed Mississippi Bills

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HB1352An Act To Create The Criminal Justice Reform Act; To Amend Sections 9-23-1, 9-23-3, 9-23-5, 9-23-7, 9-23-9, 9-23-11, 9-23-13, 9-23-15, 9-23-17, 9-23-19, 9-23-21 And 9-23-23, Mississippi Code Of 1972, Which Provide For The Eligibility Of Drug Courts, ...Bill Text
HB415An Act To Amend Section 47-7-3, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Provide That An Offender Who Has Committed A Crime Of Violence On Or After July 1, 1995, But Before July 1, 2014, May Be Paroled By The Parole Board If The Sentencing Judge Authorizes The O...Bill Text
SB2827An Act To Amend Section 9-1-43, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Increase The Limit On Compensation Of Chancery Clerks And Circuit Clerks; To Amend Section 23-15-225, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Increase The Compensation Of County Registrars Of Election...Bill Text
SB2116An Act To Create New Section 41-41-34.1, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Prohibit An Abortion Of An Unborn Human Individual With A Detectable Fetal Heartbeat Except To Prevent The Death Of The Pregnant Woman Or To Prevent A Serious Risk Of The Substanti...Bill Text
HB416An Act To Amend Section 47-7-3, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Provide That Any Offender Who Has Committed A Capital Offense Shall Be Eligible For Parole After Serving A Certain Period Of His Or Her Sentence And After Completing His Or Her Case Plan; T...Bill Text
HB558An Act To Amend Section 47-7-3.2, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Provide That Any Eligible Offender Who Has Committed A Nonviolent Crime Or Violent Crime On Or After July 1, 1995, Rather Than July 1, 2014, Shall Not Be Released By The Department Of Cor...Bill Text
SC596A Concurrent Resolution Applying To The Congress Of The United States To Call An Amendment Convention Of The States Pursuant To Article V Of The United States Constitution.Bill Text
HB94An Act To Provide For An Increase In The Annual Compensation Of State Service Employees Whose Annual Gross Salary Is Less Than $50,000.00; To Direct The State Personnel Board To Ensure That Certain State Employees Receive The Full Amount Of The Salar...Bill Text
SB2770An Act To Amend Section 37-19-7, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Revise The Minimum Teacher Salary Scale By Increasing The Minimum Salary By $1,500.00; To Amend Section 37-21-7, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Increase The Minimum Annual Salary For Teacher...Bill Text
HB1253An Act To Create The Mississippi Consumer Privacy Act; To Authorize A Consumer To Request That A Business Disclose The Categories And Specific Pieces Of Personal Information That It Collects About The Consumer, The Categories Of Sources From Which Th...Bill Text

Most Monitored Mississippi Bills

BillSummaryText
HB415An Act To Amend Section 47-7-3, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Provide That An Offender Who Has Committed A Crime Of Violence On Or After July 1, 1995, But Before July 1, 2014, May Be Paroled By The Parole Board If The Sentencing Judge Authorizes The O...Bill Text
SC537A Concurrent Resolution Proposing To Create New Article 16, Section 290 Of The Mississippi Constitution Of 1890 To Provide Constitutional Protection For The Legal Medical Use Of Marijuana; And For Related Purposes.Bill Text
SB2398An Act To Amend Sections 41-23-37 And 43-20-8, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Authorize Exemptions From The Immunization Requirements Of Schools And Licensed Child Care Facilities When A Parent Or Legal Guardian Objects To Immunization Of The Child On ...Bill Text
HB1253An Act To Create The Mississippi Consumer Privacy Act; To Authorize A Consumer To Request That A Business Disclose The Categories And Specific Pieces Of Personal Information That It Collects About The Consumer, The Categories Of Sources From Which Th...Bill Text
HB1352An Act To Create The Criminal Justice Reform Act; To Amend Sections 9-23-1, 9-23-3, 9-23-5, 9-23-7, 9-23-9, 9-23-11, 9-23-13, 9-23-15, 9-23-17, 9-23-19, 9-23-21 And 9-23-23, Mississippi Code Of 1972, Which Provide For The Eligibility Of Drug Courts, ...Bill Text
HB56An Act To Require The Department Of Corrections To Provide Conjugal Visitation For Any Eligible Married Offender Who Is Committed To The Custody Of The Department Of Corrections And To Provide Certain Definitions; To Amend Section 47-5-95, Mississipp...Bill Text
SB2781An Act To Create The "fresh Start Act Of 2019"; To Provide That No Person Shall Be Disqualified From Pursuing, Practicing Or Engaging In Any Occupation For Which A License Is Required Solely Or In Part Because Of A Prior Conviction Of A Crime, Unless...Bill Text
HB279An Act To Amend Section 41-59-75, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Eliminate The Monetary Cap On The Mississippi Trauma Care Systems Fund And Transfer All Monies In The Mississippi Trauma Care Escrow Fund To The Systems Fund; And For Related Purposes.Bill Text
SB2093An Act To Establish A Mississippi Education Savings Scholarship Accounts Program To Be Administered By The State Department Of Education; To Define Eligibility For The Program; To Provide That Participating Families Receive 90% Of The Base Student Co...Bill Text
HB702An Act To Amend Section 75-29-951, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Increase The Maximum Annual Gross Sales For A Cottage Food Operation From Twenty Thousand Dollars To Thirty-five Thousand Dollars; To Authorize A Cottage Food Operation To Advertise Cott...Bill Text

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