MS SB2765 | 2023 | Regular Session


Completed Legislative Action
Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Republican 3-0)
Status: Failed on January 31 2023 - 100% progression
Action: 2023-01-31 - Died In Committee
Text: Latest bill text (Introduced) [HTML]


An Act Entitled The "mississippi Families' Rights And Responsibilities Act"; To Provide Definitions; To Provide That All Parental Rights Are Exclusively Reserved To A Parent Of A Child Without Interference From The State Or Political Subdivision Of The State; To Provide That The Local School Board In Consultation With Parents And Teachers Shall Develop And Adopt A Policy To Promote The Involvement Of Parents Of Children Enrolled In The Public Schools; To Require Public Schools To Adopt Procedures To Ensure That A Parent Provides Written Permission Before Their Child Participates In Identity Curriculum Or Critical Theory Curriculum And Allow Parents To Exempt Their Child From Any Specific Lessons That Are Objectionable To The Family; To Require Parental Consent For Medical And Mental Health Care; To Provide A Cause Of Action For Violations Of This Act; To Provide Rules Of Construction; To Amend Section 37-13-9, Mississippi Code Of 1972, In Conformity; To Bring Forward Sections 41-41-3, 41-41-7 And 41-41-11, Mississippi Code Of 1972, Relating To Implied Consent For Medical Procedures On Minors; And For Related Purposes.

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"Mississippi Families' Rights and Responsibilities Act"; enact.



2023-01-31SenateDied In Committee
2023-01-16SenateReferred To Education

Code Citations

ChapterArticleSectionCitation TypeStatute Text
37139Amended CodeSee Bill Text
414111New CodeSee Bill Text
41413New CodeSee Bill Text
41417New CodeSee Bill Text

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