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

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SB2107An Act To Restore The Right Of Suffrage To Charlie Ledbetter Of Clay County, Mississippi.2017-04-19
Law W/out Governor's Signature
SB2951An Act To Restore The Right Of Suffrage To Willie Mcabee Of Bolivar County, Mississippi.2017-04-19
Law W/out Governor's Signature
HB467An Act To Amend Sections 23-15-3, 23-15-5 And 23-15-7, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Revise The General Provisions; To Amend Sections 23-15-15 And 23-15-19, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Revise The Provisions That Regulate The Qualifications Of Elector...2017-04-18
Approved by Governor
SB2398An Act To Amend Section 37-9-13, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Revise The Qualifications For Selection Of Superintendents Of School Districts; And For Related Purposes.2017-04-18
Approved by Governor
SB2685An Act To Amend Section 63-11-30, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Require Secure, Online Access To Nonadjudication Records For Judges, Clerks And Prosecutors; To Require Dui Defendants To Reveal Prior Dui History When Pleading Guilty; To Amend Section 6...2017-04-18
Approved by Governor
SB3016An Act To Amend Chapter 813, Local And Private Laws Of 1989, As Last Amended By Chapter 936, Local And Private Laws Of 2014, To Extend The Date Of Repeal On The Provision Of Law That Establishes The Greenwood Tourism Commission And Authorizes The Cit...2017-04-18
Approved by Governor
SB2976An Act Making An Appropriation To Defray The Expenses Of The Department Of Mental Health And Certain Programs Of The Division Of Alcohol And Drug Abuse For Fiscal Year 2018.2017-04-18
Approved by Governor
SB2461An Act To Establish A Commission On Perry-richton Consolidated School District Structure To Make Recommendations To The 2018 Regular Session Of The Legislature Regarding The Method For Consolidating The County Into One School District With One Local ...2017-04-18
Approved by Governor
SB2432An Act To Amend Section 37-16-11, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Provide That The Special Mississippi Occupational Diploma For Students With Disabilities Shall Not Be Available To Any Student Entering The Ninth Grade In The 2017-2018 School Year Or The...2017-04-18
Approved by Governor
HB1226An Act To Create The Capitol Complex Improvement District; To Require The Executive Director Of The Department Of Finance And Administration To Implement, Supervise And Administer Certain Infrastructure Improvement Projects Within The City Of Jackson...2017-04-18
Approved by Governor

Top Mississippi Sponsors

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Rep. Kathy Sykes [D]186Syndicate content
Rep. Deborah Butler Dixon [D]157Syndicate content
Rep. Omeria Scott [D]97Syndicate content
Rep. Earle Banks [D]94Syndicate content
Rep. Jeffrey Smith [R]88Syndicate content
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Sen. Sampson Jackson [D]216Syndicate content
Sen. Juan Barnett [D]166Syndicate content
Sen. Robert Jackson [D]147Syndicate content
Sen. Bob Dearing [D]141Syndicate content
Sen. Derrick Simmons [D]125Syndicate content

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Most Viewed Mississippi Bills

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HB829An Act To Amend Section 97-3-2, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Make A Technical Correction By Striking The Reference That Offenders Who Are Convicted Of A Crime Of Violence Are Eligible For Parole; And For Related Purposes.Bill Text
HB974An Act To Amend Section 25-9-127, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Provide That From July 1, 2017, Through June 30, 2020, The Personnel Actions Of Certain Agencies Shall Be Exempt From The State Personnel Board Rules, Regulations And Procedures; To Amend...Bill Text
HB1033An Act To Provide That Incarceration Shall Not Automatically Follow The Nonpayment Of A Fine, Restitution, Or Court Costs; To Provide That The Aggregate Total Of The Period Of Incarceration Imposed Pursuant To This Section And The Term Of The Sentenc...Bill Text
HB69An Act To Amend Section 47-7-3, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Provide That An Offender Who Committed An Offense Before The Age Of 26 Shall Be Eligible For Parole After Serving 50% Of His Or Her Sentence For A Crime Of Violence Or 25% For A Nonviolent ...Bill Text
SB2567An Act Entitled The "mississippi Health Agency Reorganization Act Of 2017"; To Provide That The Mississippi Department Of Mental Health Shall Be Under The Policy Direction Of The Governor; To Provide That The Executive Director Of The Mississippi Dep...Bill Text
HB64An 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
HB1089An Act To Authorize Mental Health Diversion Pilot Programs; To Specify The Purpose And Goals Of Mental Health Diversion Pilot Programs; To Provide Certain Definitions; To Specify Minimum Standards For Mental Health Intervention Services; To Provide C...Bill Text
HB63An 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, Shall Not Be Released By The Department Of Corrections Until After He Or...Bill Text
HB638An Act To Amend Section 99-19-51, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Revise The Methods By Which The Death Penalty May Be Carried Out; And For Related Purposes.Bill Text
HB480An Act To Amend Section 27-67-3, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Revise The Definition Of The Terms "person Doing Business In This State" And "person Maintaining A Place Of Business Within This State" Under The Mississippi Use Tax Law To Include Any Out...Bill Text

Most Monitored Mississippi Bills

BillSummaryText
SB2567An Act Entitled The "mississippi Health Agency Reorganization Act Of 2017"; To Provide That The Mississippi Department Of Mental Health Shall Be Under The Policy Direction Of The Governor; To Provide That The Executive Director Of The Mississippi Dep...Bill Text
HB974An Act To Amend Section 25-9-127, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Provide That From July 1, 2017, Through June 30, 2020, The Personnel Actions Of Certain Agencies Shall Be Exempt From The State Personnel Board Rules, Regulations And Procedures; To Amend...Bill Text
HB179An Act To Be Known As The Mississippi Medical Marijuana Pilot Program Act; To Define Certain Terms; To Allow The Therapeutic Use Of Marijuana For Certain Patients Who Have Debilitating Medical Conditions; To Provide Certain Protections To Patients, C...Bill Text
HB293An Act To Amend Section 37-13-63, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Reduce The Length Of The Public Schools' Scholastic Year From 180 To 170 Days; To Amend Sections 37-13-91, 37-151-5 And 37-151-7, Mississippi Code Of 1972, In Conformity To The Preceding ...Bill Text
HB829An Act To Amend Section 97-3-2, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Make A Technical Correction By Striking The Reference That Offenders Who Are Convicted Of A Crime Of Violence Are Eligible For Parole; And For Related Purposes.Bill Text
HB1109An Act To Create Standards For Procurements By The Solicitation Of Requests For Proposals Or Requests For Qualifications; To Provide That The Standards Shall Apply To Procurements By State Agencies Of Commodities, Supplies, Equipment, Construction, T...Bill Text
HB69An Act To Amend Section 47-7-3, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Provide That An Offender Who Committed An Offense Before The Age Of 26 Shall Be Eligible For Parole After Serving 50% Of His Or Her Sentence For A Crime Of Violence Or 25% For A Nonviolent ...Bill Text
HB886An Act Entitled The "mississippi Health Agency Reorganization Act Of 2017"; To Provide That The Mississippi Department Of Mental Health Shall Be Under The Policy Direction Of The Governor; To Provide That The Executive Director Of The Mississippi Dep...Bill Text
HB451An Act To Require Health Insurance Policies Which Provide Pregnancy Related Benefits To Provide Coverage For Medically Necessary Expenses Of Diagnosis And Treatment Of Infertility; And For Related Purposes.Bill Text
SB2710An Act To Prohibit A State Agency, Department, Political Subdivision Of This State, County, Municipality, University, College, Community College Or Junior College, Or Any Agent, Employee Or Officer Thereof From Creating, Planning, Implementing, Assis...Bill Text

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