Mississippi Legislature | 2022 | Regular Session | Adjourned Sine Die

Browse Legislation - View Trending - Dataset Downloads

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

BillSummaryAction
HB1353An Act To Direct The State Treasurer To Transfer Funds Out Of The Capital Expense Fund To The "2022 Ihl Capital Improvements Fund" Created In This Act; To Direct The State Treasurer To Transfer Funds Out Of The Capital Expense Fund To The "2022 Commu...2022-04-28
Partially Vetoed By Governor
SB3010An Act Making An Appropriation For The Purpose Of Defraying The Expenses Of The University Of Mississippi Medical Center For Fiscal Year 2023.2022-04-26
Partially Vetoed By Governor
SB2536An Act To Create A Public Registry Of Offenders Whose Crimes Involved The Embezzlement Or Misappropriation Of Public Funds; To Define Terms; To Direct The Department Of Public Safety To Create A Registry Of Offenders; To Require Responsible Agencies ...2022-04-21
Vetoed
SB2530An Act To Amend Section 25-53-201, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Provide That The Mississippi Department Of Information Technology Services Shall Evaluate The Opportunities For Expanding The Enterprise Security Program And The Coordinated Oversight Of...2022-04-21
Vetoed
SB2306An Act To Amend Section 23-15-813, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Transfer The Authority Of The Mississippi Ethics Commission To Assess A Civil Penalty Against Any Candidate Or Political Committee For Failure To File A Report To The Secretary Of State;...2022-04-21
Vetoed
SB2336An Act To Amend Section 25-15-15, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Remove The Prohibition On The Health Insurance Management Board For Imposing A Surcharge Based On The Use Or Nonuse Of Tobacco-related Products, And To Extend The Repealer On The Authorit...2022-04-13
Vetoed
HB1710An Act To Restore The Right Of Suffrage To Janice O'neal Of Warren County, Mississippi; And For Related Purposes.2022-03-27
Tabled
HB1723An Act To Restore The Right Of Suffrage To Ronald Brent Self Of Tippah County, Mississippi.2022-03-27
Tabled
HB1746An Act To Restore The Right Of Suffrage To Mr. Chester Allen Butler Of Tippah County, Mississippi.2022-03-27
Tabled
HB980An Act To Create A New Section Within Article 3, Chapter 29, Title 41, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Provide An Automatic Defense To Prosecution For Any Charge That Is Brought Within Two Years Of A Federal Declassification Of A Controlled Substance Th...2022-03-17
Allow Governor's Veto to Stand

Top Mississippi Sponsors

House Sponsors# BillsRSS
Rep. De Stamps [D]187Syndicate content
Rep. Earle Banks [D]113Syndicate content
Rep. William Arnold [R]102Syndicate content
Rep. John Hines [D]102Syndicate content
Rep. Bryant Clark [D]85Syndicate content
Senate Sponsors# BillsRSS
Sen. Derrick Simmons [D]178Syndicate content
Sen. Robert Jackson [D]160Syndicate content
Sen. Juan Barnett [D]153Syndicate content
Sen. Kelvin Butler [D]147Syndicate content
Sen. Willie Simmons [D]138Syndicate content

Top Mississippi Committees

Committees# BillsRSS
No matching bill information currently available.
Committees# BillsRSS
No matching bill information currently available.

Most Viewed Mississippi Bills

BillSummaryText
SB2095An Act To Enact The Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act; To Authorize Medical Cannabis Use By Certain Patients Who Have Debilitating Medical Conditions; To Require A Patient To Receive A Written Certification From A Qualified Practitioner To Qualify For...Bill Text
SB2113An Act To Create New Section 37-13-2, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Provide That No Public Institution Of Higher Learning, Community/junior College, School District Or Charter School Shall Direct Or Compel Students To Affirm That Any Sex, Race, Ethnic...Bill Text
HB216An Act To Amend Section 47-7-3, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Provide That Offenders Who Committed Offenses After June 30, 1995, And Such Offenders Are Sentenced For A Violent Offense May Be Eligible For Parole After Serving 25% Or Ten Years Of Their ...Bill Text
HB220An Act To Amend Sections 99-19-81, 99-19-83 And 47-7-3, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Provide That A Habitual Offender May Be Eligible For Parole If The Offender Serves Ten Years Of A Sentence Of 40 Years Or More; And For Related Purposes.Bill Text
HB1509An Act To Prohibit A State Agency, Public Official, State Institution Of Higher Learning, Public Community Or Junior College, County, Municipality Or Other Political Subdivision Of The State From Refusing Services, Health Care Access Or Employment Op...Bill Text
HB531An Act To Create The Mississippi Tax Freedom Act Of 2022; To Amend Section 27-7-5, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Reduce The State Income Tax On The Taxable Income Of Individuals; To Provide That It Is The Intent Of The Legislature That Before Calendar...Bill Text
HB530An Act To Amend Section 37-19-7, Mississippi Code Of 1972, For The Purpose Of Providing For An Increase To The Minimum Teacher Salary Scale; To Delete The Cap On The Number Of National Board-certified Nurses And Speech-language Pathologists And Audio...Bill Text
SB2120An Act To Amend Section 45-1-12, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Revise The Salaries Of All Officers Of The Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol And The Mississippi Bureau Of Narcotics; And For Related Purposes.Bill Text
SB2716An Act To Ratify The Interstate Compact Between The States Of Arkansas, Mississippi And Tennessee Creating The Regionsmart Development District And The Regionsmart Development Agency Of The Greater Memphis Region; To Provide That The Governing Author...Bill Text
HB18An Act To Create A Separate Retirement System For Law Enforcement Officers, Which Shall Be Administered By The Board Of Trustees Of The Public Employees' Retirement System; To Define Eligibility For Membership In The System; To Provide For Employee A...Bill Text

Most Monitored Mississippi Bills

BillSummaryText
HB216An Act To Amend Section 47-7-3, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Provide That Offenders Who Committed Offenses After June 30, 1995, And Such Offenders Are Sentenced For A Violent Offense May Be Eligible For Parole After Serving 25% Or Ten Years Of Their ...Bill Text
SB2095An Act To Enact The Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act; To Authorize Medical Cannabis Use By Certain Patients Who Have Debilitating Medical Conditions; To Require A Patient To Receive A Written Certification From A Qualified Practitioner To Qualify For...Bill Text
SB2113An Act To Create New Section 37-13-2, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Provide That No Public Institution Of Higher Learning, Community/junior College, School District Or Charter School Shall Direct Or Compel Students To Affirm That Any Sex, Race, Ethnic...Bill Text
HB18An Act To Create A Separate Retirement System For Law Enforcement Officers, Which Shall Be Administered By The Board Of Trustees Of The Public Employees' Retirement System; To Define Eligibility For Membership In The System; To Provide For Employee A...Bill Text
HB531An Act To Create The Mississippi Tax Freedom Act Of 2022; To Amend Section 27-7-5, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Reduce The State Income Tax On The Taxable Income Of Individuals; To Provide That It Is The Intent Of The Legislature That Before Calendar...Bill Text
SB2330An Act To Create The "mississippi Consumer Data Privacy Act"; To Authorize Consumers To Request That Businesses Disclose Certain Information; To Authorize Consumers To Request That Businesses Delete Personal Information Collected By Businesses; To Re...Bill Text
HB530An Act To Amend Section 37-19-7, Mississippi Code Of 1972, For The Purpose Of Providing For An Increase To The Minimum Teacher Salary Scale; To Delete The Cap On The Number Of National Board-certified Nurses And Speech-language Pathologists And Audio...Bill Text
HB87An Act To Amend Sections 99-19-81 And 99-19-83, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Revise Statutes Governing Penalties For Habitual Offenders; To Amend Sections 47-7-3, 47-5-139 And 47-5-138.1, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Revise The Regulations For Inmate...Bill Text
HB219An Act To Amend Sections 99-19-81 And 99-19-83, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Provide That Under The Habitual Offender Sentencing Law Any Conviction For A Drug Offense Or A Nonviolent Crime Shall Not Be Utilized In Computing Whether A Person Has Two P...Bill Text
HB1376An Act To Create The Mississippi Consumer Privacy Act For State Agencies; To Provide That Any Records That Include The Address, Telephone Number, Electronic Mail Address, Date Of Birth Or Social Security Number Of Any Licensee And Are Held By A State...Bill Text

Mississippi Sessions

YearSessionIntroducedCompletedLegislationSearchDataset
2022Regular Session3365644BrowseSearchDownload
2021Regular Session2875474BrowseSearchDownload
2020Regular Session3222576BrowseSearchDownload
2019Regular Session3305686BrowseSearchDownload
20181st Special Session3118BrowseSearchDownload
2018Regular Session3159623BrowseSearchDownload
20171st Special Session687BrowseSearchDownload
2017Regular Session3283636BrowseSearchDownload
20162nd Special Session11BrowseSearchDownload
2016First Extraordinary Session21BrowseSearchDownload
2016Regular Session3216756BrowseSearchDownload
2015Regular Session3067723BrowseSearchDownload
20142nd Special Session31BrowseSearchDownload
20141st Special Session44BrowseSearchDownload
2014Regular Session2998670BrowseSearchDownload
20132nd Special Session5237BrowseSearchDownload
20131st Special Session1414BrowseSearchDownload
2013Regular Session3087713BrowseSearchDownload
2012Regular Session3165530BrowseSearchDownload
20111st Special Session5041BrowseSearchDownload
2011Regular Session3239811BrowseSearchDownload
20102nd Special Session4837BrowseSearchDownload
20101st Special Session21BrowseSearchDownload
2010Regular Session3475787BrowseSearchDownload
feedback