Mississippi Legislature

1998 Regular Session

Representative Michael W. Janus

District 117

As of 12/07/98 at 16:55

Instructions Bill Status Menu

HB  68  Brewpubs; authorize licensing and operation in            Janus
   %    Mississippi.                                           
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB 229  State and U.S. flags; require to be displayed on all      Janus
    *   public buildings.                                      
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB 421  Organ donations; revise law regarding identifying and     Scott (17th)
 *      requesting organ and tissue donors.                    
           04/14 Approved by Governor
HB 591  Sales tax; exempt finance chages from.                    Formby
  $%       02/25 (H) Died On Calendar
HB 596  Child passenger restraints law; revise.                   Martinson
 *         03/31 Approved by Governor
HB 630  Alcohol Boat Safety Act; authorize drawing blood of       Janus
        certain persons.                                       
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB 633  Game and fish conservation officers; authorized to        Janus
        enforce the implied consent law.                       
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB 682  School property; require school boards to obtain          Chaney
 * %    appraisals before purchasing real property.            
           03/30 (H) Died In Conference
HB 856  Mammography; insurance policies shall offer coverage      Clarke
 *      for annual screenings.                                 
           03/03 (S) Died In Committee
HB 894  Income tax; provide credit for certain reforestation      Eaton
 *$%    expenses.                                              
           03/17 (S) Died In Committee
HB 921  Nepotism; revise prohibition.                             Johnson
 *         03/03 (S) Died In Committee
HB 927  Airport authorities; lengthen time period for repayment   Simpson
   %    of certain loans.                                      
           03/06 Approved by Governor
HB 936  Food establishments; certain small ones may use           Hamilton
   %    conventional rather than commercial equipment.         
           02/12 (H) Died On Calendar
HB 940  Bonds; limit general obligation bonded indebtedness to    Moore
 *  *   60% of tax revenue collected.                          
           03/03 (S) Died In Committee
HB 979  Income tax; extend repealer on income tax credit for      Dedeaux
   %    port charges for using certain port facilities.        
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB 981  Trusts; Family Trust Preservation Act of 1998.            Rotenberry
 *         03/11 (S) Died On Calendar
HB 990  Implied consent; revise blood alcohol content levels      Montgomery
 * %    and penalties.                                         
           03/31 Approved by Governor
HB 991  Crimes; create felony offense for possession of stolen    Montgomery
           03/23 Approved by Governor
HB1062  Tort reform; revise damage awards, liability,             Chaney
        limitations and venue.                                 
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB1128  Seafood; revise definitions used in regulating seafood.   Barnett (116th)
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB1129  Seafood; prohibit use or possession of certain nets       Barnett (116th)
        within certain distance of shoreline.                  
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB1130  Seafood; increase resident fee for commercial fishing     Barnett (116th)
   %    boat using certain nets.                               
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB1176  Products liability; seller not liable for certain         Smith (35th)
        manufacturing defects.                                 
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB1225  Intensive supervision program; authorize offenders        Smith (35th)
        convicted of drug sales to be placed in.               
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB1226  Citizenship and/or character education; authorize         Smith (35th)
 *      school districts to teach.                             
           03/30 (H) Died In Conference
HB1288  Gaming; prohibit the cashing of AFDC or TANF checks at    Janus
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB1304  School curriculum; requires courses on sex education to   Janus
 *      include abstinence education.                          
           03/31 Approved by Governor
HB1401  Parole; require Department of Corrections to notify       Janus
 *      local authorities of out-of-state parolees.            
           03/03 (S) Died In Committee
HB1441  Universities; allow enhanced degree-granting branch       Peranich
        campuses in certain areas.                             
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB1445  Cable television; residential landlords and condominium   Barnett (116th)
        associations may not prohibit services.                
           03/03 (S) Died In Committee
HB1598  Labor organizations; prohibit from giving money to        Johnson
        members to give to political activities.               
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB1610  Campaign finance; revise laws.                            Denny
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB1639  Failure to yield; felony for failure to yield for law     Janus
        enforcement officer.                                   
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB1640  Appropriation; Archives & History for restoration of      Janus
        Mississippi monument at Gettysburg.                    
           02/25 (H) Died In Committee
HB1660  Business interruption insurance coverage; make            Wells-Smith
        available under Windstorm Underwriting Association.    
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB1661  Traffic signal lights; MDOT maintain on state highways    Wells-Smith
        in all cities.                                         
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB1683  Sales tax; exempt federal and state employees on          Guice
  $%    certain hotel accommodations.                          
           02/25 (H) Died On Calendar
HB1699  Casino Infrastructure program; increase maximum bonds,    Barnett (116th)
  $%    restrict use of monies in debt service fund.           
           02/25 (H) Died In Committee
HB1794  Income tax; conform certain provisions of state law to    Green (96th)
  $%    Internal Revenue Code for purposes of individual       
        retirement accounts.                                   
           03/23 Approved by Governor
HB1799  Harrison County; authorize to contribute funds to the     Fredericks
        Multiple Sclerosis Society.                            
           04/03 Approved by Governor
HB1800  Harrison County; contribute funds to the Gulf Coast       Fredericks
        Community Action Agency.                               
           04/03 Approved by Governor
HB1808  Harrison County; authorize to create special assessment   Fredericks
 * %    areas and issue bonds and levy ad valorem tax in       
        support of.                                            
           04/16 Approved by Governor
HB1818  Bonds; issue general obligation bonds for renovation of   Janus
        Beauvoir Visitor Center.                               
           02/25 (H) Died In Committee
HB1824  City of Gulfport and Harrison County; increase amount     Fredericks
   %    of bonds that may be issued for Memorial Hospital at   
           04/16 Approved by Governor
HB1848  Harrison County; authorize to issue bonds for capital     Fredericks
   %    improvements at USM - Gulf Park Campus.                
           04/07 Approved by Governor
HB1859  City of Gulfport; authorize to appoint persons to the     Fredericks
        civil service commission who have not been residents   
        for five years.                                        
           04/05 (S) Died In Committee
HB1893  Property and casualty insurance; require buy-back         Guice
 *  @   provision for deductibles.                             
           04/05 (S) Died In Committee
HB1894  Builders or remodelers; revise certain licensing          McCoy
 * %@   provisions.                                            
           04/09 Approved by Governor
HC   4  Amend Constitution; define state boundaries.              Janus
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HC 103  Commend Stewart Patridge for outstanding football         Green (34th)
        collegiate career.                                     
           03/16 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 113  Commend life and accomplishments of Andy Reese.           Robinson (84th)
           03/25 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 114  Commend Margaret Andresen for selection as Instructor     Read
        of the Year at Jeff Davis Campus of Mississippi Gulf   
        Coast Community College.                               
           03/25 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 115  Commend J. B. Brown for selection as Instructor of the    Read
        Year at Perkinston Campus of Mississippi Gulf Coast    
        Community College.                                     
           03/25 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 116  Commend Rebecca Moreton for selection as Instructor of    Read
        the Year at Jackson County Campus of Mississippi Gulf  
        Coast Community College.                               
           03/25 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 124  Suspend deadlines for introduction; designate portion     Ryan
        of U.S. highway 49 as "Isiah Fredericks Memorial       
           04/05 (H) Died In Committee
HC 135  Commend USM Golden Eagles and Jeff Bower on outstanding   Davis
           04/03 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 140  Suspend deadlines for further consideration of SB 3151;   Walker
        Mississippi Science and Technology Commission; extend  
           04/05 (H) Died In Committee
HC 145  Suspend deadlines for introduction; revise certain        McCoy
        licensing provisions for builders and remodelers.      
           04/03 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 146  Suspend deadlines for introduction; property and          Guice
        casualty insurance; require the plans to offer buy-back
        provision for deductibles.                             
           04/03 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  20  Urge Secretary of State to issue certain Public Trust     Ryan
        for Tidelands leases.                                  
           03/11 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed

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