Mississippi Legislature

2000 Regular Session

Daily Action Report for 04/24/00

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HB 833  Appropriation; reappropriation; DFA - Corrections         Capps
        construction; FY01.                                    
           Approved by Governor
HB 834  Appropriation; reappropriation; DFA - Bureau of           Capps
        Building; FY01.                                        
           Approved by Governor
HB 846  Physician assistants; provide for licensure and           Moody
        regulation of.                                         
           Approved by Governor
HB1627  Appropriation; State Board of Registration for            Henderson (9th)
           Approved by Governor
SB2363  Appropriation; MS Veterans' Home Purchase Board; Add'l    Furniss
           Approved by Governor
SB2530  Appropriations; Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, Trial    Gordon
        Judges; Addl. FY2000.                                  
           Approved by Governor
SB2532  Appropriations; DECD - Majesty of Spain Exhibition;       Gordon
        Addl. FY2000.                                          
           Approved by Governor
SB2541  Appropriations; District Attorney & Staff; Addl.          Gordon
           Approved by Governor
SB2570  Appropriation; Dept. of Public Safety - Office space      Gordon
        for Highway Patrol; Addl. FY2000.                      
           Approved by Governor
SB2805  Business law; revise Business Corporation Act, Limited    Carlton
        Liability Company Act and Limited Partnership Act.     
           Approved by Governor
SB2873  Appropriation; Athletic Commission; Addl. FY2000.         Gordon
           Approved by Governor
SB2874  Appropriation; State Treasurer; Addl. FY2000.             Gordon
           Approved by Governor
SB2893  Appropriation; MS Fair Commission; Addl. FY2000.          Gordon
           Approved by Governor
SB3228  Appropriation; MS Veterans' Home Purchase Bd. Loans;      Gordon
        Addl. FY2000.                                          
           Approved by Governor
SB3250  Appropriation; Interest from the Mississippi Fire         Gordon
        Fighters Memorial Burn Center Fund.                    
           Approved by Governor
SB3284  Appropriation; Chiropractic Examiners Board.              Gordon
           Approved by Governor
SB3291  Appropriation; Prof. Counselors Licensing Bd.             Gordon
           Approved by Governor
SB3295  Appropriation; Veterinary Exam. Bd.                       Gordon
           Approved by Governor
SB3314  Appropriation; National Guard; Addl. FY2000.              Gordon
           Approved by Governor

House: Introductions

HB1741  Bolivar County; may authorize Bolivar Medical Center      Capps
        Foundation to make certain investments.                
           Referred To Local and Private Legislation
HB1742  Perry County; authorize to contribute funds to Pearl      Pierce
        River Valley Opportunity, Inc.                         
           Referred To Local and Private Legislation
HB1743  Southaven; authorize to contract for construction and     Jennings
        management of municipal golf course.                   
           Referred To Local and Private Legislation
HB1744  Southaven; authorize to contract for construction and     Jennings
        operation of multipurpose sports facility.             
           Referred To Local and Private Legislation
HC 134  Commend McAdams High School Bulldogs Basketball Team.     Clark
           Referred To Rules
HC 135  Commend Henrietta Washington Green upon her retirement.   Clark
           Referred To Rules
HC 136  Commend Homochitto Ranger District.                       Moak
           Referred To Rules

House: Committee Reports

HB 725  Audit reports; abolish certain filing requirements for    Green
        investigative reports.                                 
           Do Sustain Veto

House: Floor Actions

HB 551  Smoking; prohibit in all state buildings except in        Clarke
        designated areas.                                      
           Decline to Concur/Invite Conf
HB1335  Capital Improvements Preplanning Fund; revise purposes    Peranich
        for which funds may be used.                           
           Conferees Named Peranich,Weathersby,Brown
HB1469  Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP); reduce        Holland
        eligibility waiting period and conduct outreach        
           Decline to Concur/Invite Conf
SB3196  Utility regulation tax; shall not exceed total            Robertson
        appropriation to PSC and PU staff.                     
           Conferees Named Ellis,Myers,Smith (35th)

House: Signed By The Speaker

HB  87  Superintendent of education, county; prohibit voters in   Howell
        certain school districts from voting in election for.  
           Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 175  Residential builders and remodelers; pay fee dedicated    Guice
        to Construction Education Fund.                        
           Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 211  Unemployment compensation; revise method of filing        Flaggs
        liens and issuing warrants.                            
           Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 256  Pulpwood scaling and practices; extend repealer.          Ford
           Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 418  Early Childhood Services Interagency Coordinating         Scott (17th)
        Council and Advisory Committee; establish.             
           Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 481  Municipal Crime Prevention Fund; create.                  Watson
           Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 591  Retail food establishments; owners of shall pay annual    Holland
        license fee to Department of Agriculture.              
           Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 677  Credit cards; issuers may offer products and services     Guice
        agreed to by the debtor.                               
           Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 729  Physicians; create medical education scholarships at      Frierson
        UMMC to practice family medicine in critical needs     
           Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 764  Affidavit ballot; create uniform.                         Reynolds
           Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 874  Advisory Committee on Telecommunications Service for      Ellington
        the Deaf and Hearing Impaired; revise membership.      
           Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1018  Retired highway patrol officer; allow to wear uniform     Stringer
        at certain events.                                     
           Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1080  Shrimp; increase penalty for shrimping during closed      Ellington
           Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1130  Mississippi Support Dog Act; revise to include any        Snowden
        disabled person and any specially trained animal.      
           Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1266  Oysters; commission on marine resources to allow          Ellington
        dredging on tonging reefs for resource management.     
           Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1389  Ceiling on salaries; exempt DECD Director and             Ford
        Governor's Chief of Staff.                             
           Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1393  School districts; authorize districts issuing debt to     Brown
        take certain actions to qualify the debt for federal   
           Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1590  Benton County; authorize to contribute to Benton County   Ward
        Development Association.                               
           Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1703  Clarke County; authorize to contribute funds to the       Robinson (84th)
        Boys and Girls Club.                                   
           Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1706  Ocean Springs; authorize to donate funds to the Boys      Zuber
        and Girls Club and the YMCA in Jackson County,         
           Enrolled Bill Signed

Senate: Introductions

SB3344  Kemper County Economic Development Authority; exempt      Jackson
        certain purchases from public bidding requirements.    
           Referred To Local and Private;Fees, Salaries and Administration
SB3345  City of Jackson; authorize to increase certain            White (29th)
        retirement benefits for retired firemen and policemen. 
           Referred To Local and Private;Finance
SC 657  Women; create joint committee to study creation of        Harden
        Women's Commission.                                    
           Referred To Rules
SC 658  School board and school superintendent election laws;     Harden
        create joint study committee.                          
           Referred To Rules
SC 659  Joint Study Committee on College Tuition Assistance       Michel
        Programs; create.                                      
           Referred To Rules
SN  51  Dr. Nikhil Shah, Greenville, Mississippi, as a member     GOVERNOR
        of the Board of Directors of the Health Care Trust     
        Fund, for the term of office ending March 1, 2003      
           Referred To Public Health and Welfare
SN  52  Alvin Benson, Jackson, Mississippi, appointed to the      GOVERNOR
        Mississippi Industries for the Blind, to full the      
        unexpired term ending July 1, 2003                     
           Referred To Public Health and Welfare
SR  44  Dr. William H. Lindley; commend life of.                  Chaney
           Referred To Rules
SR  45  Herman and Imogene Furniss; commend on 50th               Furniss
           Referred To Rules

Senate: Floor Actions

HB 365  County budget; revise time for publication.               Robertson
           Conferees Named Dickerson,Chamberlin,Dawkins
HB 673  Seafood; clarify authority of Health Department to        Moody
        enter into certain agreements.                         
           Conferees Named Hewes,Gollott,Moffatt
HB 836  Probationers; require courts to give notice to certain    Stevens
        offices within the Department of Corrections regarding 
           Conferees Named Smith,Canon,Stogner
HB1100  Chickasaw Trail Economic Development Compact; make        Woods
        certain technical revisions.                           
           Conferees Named Carlton,Frazier,Kirby
HB1295  Utility regulation taxes; cap at legislative              Ellis
        appropriation for utility regulatory purposes.         
           Conferees Named Robertson,Minor,Stogner
HB1320  Commission on Marine Resources; authorize to promulgate   Ellington
        regulations in accordance with public policy.          
           Conferees Named Hewes,Cuevas,Dawkins
SB2047  Law enforcement officer; not required to use personal     Jackson
        leave for wound or injury in line of duty.             
           Conferees Named Thames,Cuevas,Williamson
SB2238  Forestry; extend repealer on forestry arson               Harvey
        investigators and increase number of investigators.    
           Conferees Named Harvey,Stogner,Johnson (19th)
SB2241  Bar association; extend repealer.                         Tollison
           Conferees Named Turner,Tollison,Bryan
SB2291  Forestry Commission; authorize to sell certain            Harvey
        state-owned land.                                      
           Conferees Named Harvey,Stogner,Jackson
SB2493  Bonds; increase and authorize the construction of two     Ross
        additional lanes across the Ross Barnett Reservoir.    
           Conferees Named Dearing,Minor,Ross
SB2506  State automobiles; increase authority for MS Bureau of    Gordon
        Narcotics, PERS, Capitol Police, State Fire Marshal,   
        Liquefied Compressed Gas Div.                          
           Conferees Named Thames,Cuevas,Williamson
SB2519  Explosives; prohibit molotov cocktails.                   White (29th)
           Conferees Named Turner,Johnson (38th),Furniss
SB2524  Board of Bar Admissions; revise repealer.                 Carlton
           Conferees Named Turner,Tollison,Bryan
SB2537  Capital Post-Conviction Counsel; create office of.        Gordon
           Conferees Named Turner,Little,Gordon
SB2583  Forestry; extend forester registration law.               Harvey
           Conferees Named Harvey,Stogner,Browning
SB2588  Marine resources; require license for nonresident         Hewes
        charter boats.                                         
           Conferees Named Hewes,Gollott,Robertson
SB2598  Marine resources; authorize DMR to remove derelict        Hewes
        vessels from manmade canal connected to coastal        
           Conferees Named Hewes,Gollott,Moffatt
SB2600  Marine Resources; create beach erosion and channel        Hewes
        maintenance program (DMR).                             
           Conferees Named Hewes,Moffatt,Robertson
SB2665  Unmarked vehicles; authorize use by Department of         Hewes
        Marine Resources.                                      
           Conferees Named Thames,Cuevas,Gordon
SB2800  Corrections; exclude nonviolent offenders from            Jackson
        mandatory 85% sentence.                                
           Conferees Named Turner,Little,Bryan
SB2900  Public purchasing laws; make various amendments           Burton
           Conferees Named Thames,Cuevas,Williamson
SB3050  Cigarettes; prohibit sale of those intended for export.   Minor
           Conferees Named Turner,Bryan,Williamson
SB3095  Constable training program; provide for.                  Burton
           Conferees Named Turner,Dickerson,Tollison
SB3176  Driver's license; enact graduated licensing system.       Burton
           Conferees Named Turner,Carlton,Nunnelee
SB3190  Department of Finance and Administration; may execute     Gordon
        multiple contracts for travel agency services.         
           Conferees Named Thames,Cuevas,Williamson
SC 654  Thomas Grayson Brown; commend upon receiving Medal of     Thames
SC 655  Avery Wood; Memorialize Commission on Wildlife,           Huggins
        Fisheries and Parks to name public landing in honor of 
        Avery Wood.                                            
SC 656  Florence High School Boys Soccer Team for winning State   Smith
        4A Championship; commend.                              
SR  43  Bobby Rush; commend Blues career and humanitarianism.     Jordan

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