MS HB663 | 2021 | Regular Session


Completed Legislative Action
Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Republican 2-0)
Status: Failed on February 2 2021 - 100% progression
Action: 2021-02-02 - Died In Committee
Text: Latest bill text (Introduced) [HTML]


An Act To Create The Regulatory Reduction Pilot Program; To Provide That The Pilot Agencies Shall Be The Mississippi Department Of Health, The Mississippi Department Of Transportation, The Mississippi Department Of Agriculture And Commerce And The Mississippi Department Of Information Technology Services; To Require Every Pilot Agency To Review And Report On Its Regulations, Rules And Guidance Documents; To Require Every Pilot Agency To Reduce Its Number Of Regulatory Requirements By Thirty Percent By December 31, 2023; To Provide That No Pilot Agency May Adopt A New Rule Unless It Removes Two Or More Existing Rules; To Require Peer To Conduct A Review Of The Pilot Agencies; To Amend Sections 5-3-57, 25-53-5, 41-3-15, 65-1-8 And 69-1-203, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Conform To The Provisions Of This Act; And For Related Purposes.

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Regulatory Reduction Pilot Program; create.



2021-02-02HouseDied In Committee
2021-01-18HouseReferred To Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency;Appropriations

Code Citations

ChapterArticleSectionCitation TypeStatute Text
25535Amended CodeSee Bill Text
41315Amended CodeSee Bill Text
5357Amended CodeSee Bill Text
6518Amended CodeSee Bill Text
691203Amended CodeSee Bill Text

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