Mississippi Legislature

2000 Regular Session

Senate Bill 2679

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Bill Text

History of Actions

Background

Title

Description: Retirement; law enforcement officers, firefighters or emergency services employees may retire after 20 years of service.

Bill Text: [Introduced]

History of Actions:

102/09/00(S)Referred To Finance
203/07/00(S)Died In Committee

Background Information:

Effective dateJuly 1, 2000
DispositionDead
DeadlineGeneral Bill/Constitutional Amendment
RevenueNo
3/5ths vote requiredNo

Senate Committee:

Principal Author: Walls

Code Section: A 025-0011-0111

Title: AN ACT TO AMEND SECTION 25-11-111, MISSISSIPPI CODE OF 1972, TO PROVIDE THAT ANY MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM REGARDLESS OF AGE, WHO WAS EMPLOYED AS A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, A FIREFIGHTER OR AN EMERGENCY SERVICES EMPLOYEE AT THE TIME OF SUCH EMPLOYEES' WITHDRAWAL FROM SERVICE, MAY RETIRE IF SUCH EMPLOYEE HAS COMPLETED AT LEAST 20 YEARS OF CREDITABLE SERVICE AS A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER AT THE TIME OF SUCH WITHDRAWAL FROM SERVICE; AND FOR RELATED PURPOSES.


Information pertaining to this measure was last updated on 03/07/00 at 17:39.



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