MS HB490 | 2015 | Regular Session


Completed Legislative Action
Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Republican 1-0)
Status: Failed on March 3 2015 - 100% progression
Action: 2015-03-03 - Died In Committee
Text: Latest bill text (Engrossed) [HTML]


An Act To Prohibit The State Of Mississippi And All Political Subdivisions Of The State From Adopting The United States Rio Declaration On Environment And The Statement Of Principles For Sustainable Development Known As "agenda 21"; To Prohibit The State Of Mississippi And All Political Subdivisions Of The State From Implementing Programs Of, Expending Any Sum Of Money For, Being A Member Of, Receiving Funding From, Contracting Services From, Or Giving Financial Or Other Forms Of Aid To The International Council For Local Environmental Initiatives Or Any Of Its Related Or Affiliated Organizations To Include, But Not Be Limited To, Countdown 2010, Local Action For Biodiversity, European Center For Nature Conservation, The International Union For Conservation Of Nature And The President's Council On Sustainable Development; And For Related Purposes.

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UN Agenda 21; prohibit state from adopting.


Roll Calls

2015-02-04 - House - House Passed (Y: 79 N: 36 NV: 7 Abs: 0) [PASS]


2015-03-03SenateDied In Committee
2015-02-17SenateReferred To Judiciary, Division A
2015-02-06HouseTransmitted To Senate
2015-02-04HouseCommittee Substitute Adopted
2015-01-28HouseTitle Suff Do Pass Comm Sub
2015-01-19HouseReferred To Judiciary A

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