Mississippi Legislature
2003 Regular Session

Report of All Measures

As of 05/14/03 at 08:20

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HB   1  Constables; increase annual fee paid by county for        Moak
   %    serving warrants and process.                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB   2  Delinquent county debts; county may pay debt collector    Moak
   %    up to 50% of amount collected.                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB   3  Elder death review teams; authorize counties to           Moak
        establish.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB   4  Nursing homes; allow resident or resident's kin or        Moak
        guardian to monitor resident's room with electronic    
        device.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB   5  Retirement; provide credit in Public Employees'           Fleming
        Retirement System for time served in United States     
        Peace Corps.                                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB   6  Genetic discrimination in health insurance; prohibit in   Fleming
        awarding policies.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB   7  Alcoholic beverage licenses; require to purchase          Moak
        certain liability insurance.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB   8  Motor vehicle liability insurance coverage; raise         Moak
        statutory minimum.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB   9  Salvage motor vehicles; provide for issuance of           Moak
   %    certificates of title.                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  10  Appropriation; Bureau of Narcotics for cases against      Moak
        purchasers and sellers of illegal drugs.               
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB  11  Mississippi Code; provide set to office of                Moak
        superintendent of each public school district.         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  12  Ad valorem taxes; revise rate of interest on land         Moak
   %    redeemed from tax sales.                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  13  Motor vehicles; require notice to buyer that vehicle      Moak
        may be salvaged or rebuilt and provide penalties for   
        violations.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  14  Retirement; remove members form PERS for certain          Moak
        criminal convictions.                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  15  State employees; increase salaries of.                    Moak
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  16  Prisoners; prohibit convicted felons from voting.         Martinson
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  17  IHL Board; abolish and establish separate board for       Fleming
   %    each institution.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  18  Special license tag; authorize to be issued for replica   Ishee
   %    motor vehicles.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  19  Bonds; issue general obligation bonds for repair and      Ishee
  $%    renovation of Beauvoir Visitors Center.                
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB  20  Traffic ticket; require officer to return to court        Robinson (84th)
        clerk within 15 days of issuance.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  21  Alcohol; prevent certain "drive through" sales of         Robinson (84th)
        alcoholic beverages, light wine and beer.              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  22  Municipal annexation; require approval by majority of     Robinson (84th)
        qualified electors in territory to be annexed.         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  23  Ad valorem tax; impose on nonproducing mineral estates    Robinson (84th)
  $%    held separately from surface estate.                   
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB  24  Gambling; clarify definition of unlawful gambling         Robinson (84th)
        devices.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  25  Income tax; exclude active duty military compensation     Robinson (84th)
  $%    from gross income.                                     
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB  26  Nonresident deer hunting; Commission on Wildlife,         Robinson (84th)
   %    Fisheries and Parks to establish three-day license.    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  27  License tag; distinctive tag issued to volunteer fire     Markham
   %    fighters without additional fee.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  28  Highway system; MDOT construct four-lane highway in       Maples
        Stone County.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  29  Hospitality station; transportation commission            Maples
        construct along U.S. 98 in George County.              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  30  Deer hunting season; extend deer hunting season until     Maples
        January 31.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  31  State highway system; MDOT continue to maintain portion   Maples
        of Highway 63 in George County.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  32  State highways; portions replaced or bypassed by          Maples
        four-lane highway program remain on state system.      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  33  State highway system; include portions of highways        Maples
        replaced or bypassed by four-lane program.             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  34  Mississippi Justice Information Center; clarify duties    McBride
        regarding.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  35  Purple Heart distinctive license tag; surviving spouse    Davis
  $%    entitled to one tax exempt tag.                        
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB  36  Restitution center; authorize establishment in            Moak
        southwest Mississippi.                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  37  Graffiti; authorize counties to adopt ordinances to       Moak
        remove or cover on private property.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  38  Genetic information; prohibit discrimination by health    Moak
        benefit plans on basis of.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  39  Children's Health Insurance Program; require insurance    Moak
        companies to offer same benefits or inform             
        policyholders.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  40  Dairy show; hold in Brookhaven in Lincoln County.         Moak
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  41  Health insurance; prohibit insurers from cancelling       Moak
        because insured bought second policy.                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  42  Commissioner of Insurance; exclude certain religious      Moak
        publications from jurisdiction of.                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  43  Workers' compensation; death claims shall include         Moak
        interest for beneficiaries.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  44  Uninsured motorist coverage; equal to or higher than      Moak
        liability limits.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  45  Pretrial intervention program; revise to provide          Moak
        keeping of nonpublic records of subsequent proceedings.
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  46  Out-of-state tuition; waive for nonresident military      Mayo
   %    veterans born in Mississippi.                          
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB  47  Municipal annexation; require election in both            Hamilton
        municipality and territory to be annexed if petition   
        signed.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  48  School employees' donated leave; require school board     Flaggs
        approval.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  49  Alternative schools programs; require separate space      Moss
        for students in Grades 5 and lower.                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  50  Deer hunting; allow hunting over grains.                  Nicholson
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  51  County road construction and repair; establish state      Nicholson
        funding program to assist.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  52  Ten Commandments; authorize display in public             Nicholson
        buildings.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  53  Driveways; authorize counties to maintain for home        Taylor
        health care recipients.                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  54  Resident hunting and fishing licenses; allow certain      Taylor
   %    nonresidents to purchase.                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  55  Hunting and fishing licenses; resident military           Taylor
   %    personnel on leave not required to procure.            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  56  Public employees; prohibit from recommending or           Taylor
        endorsing purchases.                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  57  Wills; require probate within five years or               Taylor
        ineffective.                                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  58  Loud or vulgar sound systems; prohibit operation in a     Taylor
        public place.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  59  Child support; allow evidence of extra support in         Taylor
        modification proceedings.                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  60  Public school districts; require competitive bidding      Horne
   %    for contracts for certain items sold to students.      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  61  Campaign contributions; prohibit acceptance or            Horne
 *      solicitation during regular and special sessions.      
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB  62  Alternate jurors; revise method of selecting.             McBride
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  63  State universities and community/junior colleges;         Bailey
 * %    authorize to offer certain courses.                    
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB  64  DNA testing; require for all felons.                      Whittington
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  65  Municipal annexation; existing buildings and              Hamilton
  $%    improvements; exempt from municipal ad valorem tax.    
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB  66  Municipal annexation; property of newly annexed           Ellington
  $%    territory is exempt from municipal ad valorem taxes    
        until services are provided.                           
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB  67  Baby drop-off; revise entities authorized to accept       Taylor
        newborn child.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  68  Bonds; mandate election on issuing county or municipal    Horne
        bonds.                                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  69  Whistleblower Law; provide for damages.                   Moak
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  70  Medicaid False Claims Act; create.                        Moak
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  71  Crimes; create offense of curbstoning.                    Moak
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  72  Adverse possession; payment of ad valorem taxes by        Taylor
        owner constitutes occupancy.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  73  Doctrine of adverse possession; repeal.                   Taylor
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  74  Adverse possession; prohibit if owner pays taxes.         Taylor
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  75  85% sentencing rule; change date of exemption for         Ishee
        nonviolent offenders to convictions after June 30,     
        1995.                                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  76  Court of Appeals; provide office operating allowance      Moak
        for certain judges.                                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  77  Poultry processors; provide penalties on loans to         Moak
   %    processors who violate the federal Clean Water Act.    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  78  Courts reporters; additional compensation for court       Moak
        administrator duties to be paid from judge's support   
        staff allowance.                                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  79  Auctioneer license; applicant must have obtained or be    Lott
   %    making satisfactory progress toward high school diploma
        or G.E.D.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  80  Gaming Counties Infrastructure Program; restrict          Janus
        projects and revenues to gaming counties.              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  81  Public waterway; certain lakes and bodies of water        Green
 *      shall be.                                              
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB  82  County court judges; establish uniform salary for.        Guice
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  83  Ad valorem taxes, exempt property; reimburse City of      Fleming
        Jackson for loss resulting from state ownership of     
        property.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  84  Domesticated pet; provide civil damages for               Fleming
        intentionally, negligently and unlawfully killing.     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  85  Ad valorem taxes; refund portion of school taxes to       Fleming
        employers that allow employees to take leave for       
        volunteer service in public schools.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  86  Mississippi Civil Rights Museum; create and place under   Fleming
        Department of Archives and History.                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  87  Ad valorem tax; reimburse municipalities for tax loss     Fleming
        resulting from state ownership of property.            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  88  Physical education; require public high schools to        Fleming
        teach daily.                                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  89  Veterinarians; prohibit debarking or surgically           Fleming
        silencing a vicious dog.                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  90  Corrections; authorize mandatory rehabilitation program   Fleming
        for offenders convicted of drug or alcohol related     
        crimes.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  91  Postsecondary academic courses on Internet; establish     Fleming
        tuition grant program for.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  92  Debilitating Disease Scholarship Program; establish.      Fleming
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  93  State Health Insurance; pay premium increases from        Fleming
        tobacco settlement funds.                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  94  Teachers, counselors and school officials; prohibit       Fleming
        from recommending psychiatric drugs for children.      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  95  Child care; create grant program to assist certain        Fleming
        parents with cost of providing for their children.     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  96  Child care facilities; create reimbursement program for   Fleming
        cost of obtaining criminal background checks.          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  97  Bonds; issue bonds for capital improvements for           Fleming
  $%    historically black public universities.                
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB  98  Salaries; provide increase in salary of Director of       Reeves
        Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB  99  Salaries; exempt professional employees of Mental         Reeves
 *      Health Department from the Governor's salary cap.      
           03/17 Approved by Governor
HB 100  State employees; include J.D. degree, master's degree     Guice
        and C.P.A. certification in list to receive educational
        benchmark.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 101  Optometrists; certified optometrists may administer and   Guice
        prescribe certain drugs and perform certain eye care   
        procedures.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 102  Professional services; restrict list of professionals     Guice
        with whom a county may contract.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 103  Workers' Compensation; revise definition of "injury" to   Guice
        exclude coverage for acts of terrorism against         
        nonprofit groups.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 104  DUI; include death of unborn fetus in manslaughter        Robinson (84th)
   %    provision.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 105  PERS; school bus drivers shall be eligible to be          Robinson (84th)
        members of.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 106  Highway construction contracts; require to include        Janus
        liquidated damages provision.                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 107  Suffrage; restore to Edison Lee Holder of Jasper          Stringer
        County.                                                
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB 108  Motor vehicle safety belts; authorize conviction for      Martinson
        primary offense.                                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 109  Boards of supervisors; provide for annual elections to    Martinson
 *      determine president and vice president.                
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 110  Hunting; change seasons for hunting deer with primitive   Ishee
        weapons and without dogs and hunting deer with guns and
        dogs.                                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 111  Disinterment of buried human bodies; define persons       Moak
        having right of consent to.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 112  Motor vehicle ad valorem tax; exempt portion for          Zuber
  $%    military personnel stationed out of state.             
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 113  Sales tax; decrease on sales of all-terrain vehicles      Montgomery (15th)
  $%    used for agricultural purposes.                        
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 114  Adoption; require background check of parents for child   Montgomery (15th)
        support delinquency.                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 115  Sheriffs; authorize to increase salaries of part-time     Montgomery (15th)
        deputies.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 116  Child support; require recipients to submit itemized      Montgomery (15th)
        statement of expenditures to chancery court.           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 117  Retirement; Narcotics Bureau agents get credit in         Montgomery (15th)
   %    Highway Patrol system for all PERS law enforcement     
        credit.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 118  Grand and petit jurors; maximum fee equal to amount       Dedeaux
        established for federal jurors.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 119  Drug Courts; create statewide system.                     Barnett (92nd)
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 120  CPR; require as part of health curriculum for high        Barnett (92nd)
        school graduation.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 121  Speed detection devices; authorize sheriffs in certain    Barnett (92nd)
        counties to use.                                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 122  Marriage; provide for covenant marriage.                  Cameron
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 123  Scholarships; establish program of free tuition at        Cameron
        state universities and colleges.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 124  Sentencing options; authorize courts to impose hard       Cameron
        labor.                                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 125  Frivolous lawsuits; require plaintiff to pay              Cameron
        defendant's cost of defending.                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 126  Voter identification; require at polls on election day.   Cameron
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 127  Methods for posting land; clarify.                        Cameron
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 128  Suffrage; restore to Richard E. Smith of Forrest          Watson
        County.                                                
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB 129  Board of Medical Licensure; require applicants for        Barnett (92nd)
        license to be fingerprinted.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 130  Gaming license fee; increase and use additional revenue   Clark
   %    for salary increases in K-12, community colleges and   
        universities.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 131  Used car salesmen; require continuing education.          Moak
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 132  Motor vehicles; require entity dismantling or crushing    Moak
        vehicles to notify lienholders and provide penalties   
        for violations.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 133  Right to sue; prohibit suit in automobile case if         Cameron
        person does not have driver's license and insurance.   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 134  Motor vehicle dealers; increase bond requirements as      Moak
        designated agents.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 135  County roads and bridges; increase monetary threshold     Moak
        requiring hiring engineer.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 136  State disability retirement; revise requirements for      Moak
        refiling claims.                                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 137  Constables; require counties to pay per diem for          Moak
   %    service as bailiff in criminal cases.                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 138  Orders of Board of Contractors; authorize sheriffs to     Fleming
   %    enforce.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 139  Contractors; require certificate of responsibility for    Fleming
        bids.                                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 140  Board of Contractors; court assistance for fine           Fleming
   %    collection.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 141  Real estate appraisals; prohibit more than one            Fleming
        appraiser from working public projects at the same     
        time.                                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 142  Crimes; provide that the murder of a police dog is a      Fleming
        felony.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 143  Genetic testing and discrimination; prohibit by           Fleming
        employers.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 144  Rape; extend statute of limitations to 10 years.          Fleming
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 145  Genetic information; define as personal property and      Fleming
        require informed consent to obtain.                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 146  Juries; require to be informed of real party in           Fleming
        interest.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 147  Managed care plans; cannot restrict providers from        Fleming
        prescribing brand name drugs for patients.             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 148  Personal finance and entrepreneurship course; require     Fleming
        for high school graduation.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 149  Public schools; prohibit zero tolerance discipline        Fleming
        plans.                                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 150  County courthouse; authorize sheriff to establish         Fleming
        security policy.                                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 151  Title pledge lenders; prescribe content of transaction    Fleming
        form and reduce service charge percentage.             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 152  Appropriations; IHL for funding grant program for         Fleming
        persons taking academic courses on Internet.           
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 153  Appropriation; IHL Board for Mississippi Engineers of     Fleming
        the 21st Century Scholarship Fund.                     
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 154  Retirement; PERS members may increase employee's          Fleming
        contribution rate and receive higher benefits.         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 155  State ballad; designate "Mississippi, The Promised        Moak
        Land" as official state ballad.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 156  Appropriation; Department of Transportation for           Fleming
        Highway-Railroad Crossing Safety Account.              
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 157  Appropriation; IHL for funding scholarship program for    Fleming
        persons having a debilitating disease.                 
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 158  Public purchasing; state contract vendors must sell       Fleming
        commodities at prices not more than fair market value. 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 159  Appropriation; Department of Public Safety for            Fleming
        Municipal Crime Prevention Fund.                       
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 160  Mississippi Crime Prevention Fund; establish.             Fleming
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 161  Absentee ballots; count and keep at circuit clerk's       Fleming
        office.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 162  Gasoline; prohibit the use of MTBE as a gasoline          Fleming
        additive and revise labeling requirements.             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 163  Appropriation; UM Medical Center for establishing a       Fleming
        model school of autism.                                
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 164  Income tax; provide a credit for taxpayers incurring      Fleming
  $%    expenses for tutorial services for dependents enrolled 
        in public schools.                                     
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 165  Medical errors; establish task force to evaluate          Fleming
        impact.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 166  Bonds; issue general obligation bonds for improvements    Fleming
  $%    to Level I and Level II public high schools.           
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 167  IHL Board; require to prepare largest budget for          Fleming
   %    institution with lowest enrollment--smallest budget for
        institution with highest enrollment.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 168  Psychiatric drugs; Health Department study use by and     Fleming
        effects on school-age children.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 169  Capital death penalty cases; provide for                  Fleming
        post-conviction motions for DNA testing.               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 170  Death penalty; abolish by 2012 and prohibit death         Fleming
        penalty sentences after January 1, 2004.               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 171  Firearms; require trigger locks and ballistic             Fleming
   %    fingerprints.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 172  State construction projects; prohibit bidding on by       Fleming
   %    contractors having certain amount of outstanding       
        projects.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 173  Sales tax; reduce rate on sales of certain food and       Fleming
  $%    revise certain diversions.                             
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 174  Alcoholic beverages; allow shipment of wine directly      Fleming
   %    from out of state to consumers under certain           
        circumstances.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 175  Income tax; authorize State Tax Commission to allow       Fleming
   %    taxpayers owing additional tax to pay through          
        installment agreement.                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 176  Gasoline excise tax; increase and deposit portion of      Fleming
  $%    proceeds into Mississippi Highway-Railroad Grade       
        Crossing Safety Account.                               
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 177  Sales tax; exempt clothing and school supplies one week   Fleming
  $%    a year.                                                
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 178  Gaming revenues; delete reverter on certain diversions    Fleming
        of.                                                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 179  Mississippi Engineers of the 21st Century Scholarship     Fleming
        Fund; create.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 180  County, legislative and statewide elections; held         Fleming
        during presidential election years.                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 181  Ad valorem tax; revise manner of payment on motor         Fleming
   %    vehicles.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 182  Business improvement districts; prohibit from taking      Fleming
        action that impedes or circumvents authority of        
        municipality in which located.                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 183  Income Tax; exclude overtime compensation from gross      Fleming
  $%    income.                                                
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 184  Income Tax; authorize deduction for medical expenses      Fleming
  $%    regardless of amount.                                  
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 185  Appropriation; DHS to fund reimbursement program to       Fleming
        child care facilities for background checks.           
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 186  Appropriation; DHS to fund grant program for certain      Fleming
        parents to provide for child care.                     
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 187  Adult entertainment business; prohibit establishment on   Fleming
        sixteenth section land or lieu land.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 188  Corrections; authorize use of county inmates for          Fleming
        skilled labor in other counties.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 189  Distinctive license tag; distribute portion of fees       Lott
   %    collected from issuance of Petal School District tag to
        Petal Education Foundation.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 190  Vehicle Inspection Law; repeal.                           Cameron
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 191  Teacher education program; require instruction in the     Martinson
        teaching of phonics.                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 192  Inherited metabolic diseases; create program to pay       Ishee
        cost of special formulas and foods for persons having. 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 193  Sheriffs; increase salaries of.                           Ishee
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 194  Appropriation; Education Department for support of        Ishee
        Enrich Program of Lutheran Social Ministries.          
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 195  Appropriations; Corrections Department for support of     Ishee
        Storybook program of Lutheran Social Ministries.       
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 196  Health insurance; senior status judges continue to        Moak
        receive state insurance coverage.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 197  Distinctive military license tags; additional fee         Janus
   %    charged only upon initial application.                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 198  Board on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and            Taylor
        Training; revise membership.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 199  Oil and gas drilling and exploration; surface owner of    Taylor
        land shall be notified before any activity is begun.   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 200  Insurance contracts for school districts; require         Taylor
        requests for proposals for certain amount.             
           02/13 (H) Died On Calendar
HB 201  Retirement; prohibit PERS retiree from being reemployed   Bowles
        by PERS employer.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 202  Election; require voter ID.                               Martinson
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 203  Budget and appropriations; increases in general fund      Fleming
        expenditures limited to 3% above previous year's       
        revenues.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 204  Election commissioners; remove requirement to declare     Fleming
        party affiliation.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 205  Medical savings accounts; increase the deductible of      Fleming
   %    similar health coverage in determining payment for.    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 206  Income tax; provide a credit for taxpayers that are       Fleming
  $%    required to conduct criminal background checks on      
        employees.                                             
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 207  Retirement; PERS and Highway Patrol members may retire    Fleming
        regardless of age with 20 years of service.            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 208  Hotels; prohibit room rental for less than 24 hours.      Fleming
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 209  Employers; prohibit from asking on an employment          Fleming
        application whether applicant is a convicted felon.    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 210  Probation; provide that a period of probation shall not   Fleming
        exceed two years.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 211  Abortion; restrict the time period during which it will   Fleming
        be legal.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 212  Needles; Board of Health adopt regulations to reduce      Fleming
        transmission of bloodborne pathogens through.          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 213  Wages; require Mississippi employers to pay wages of no   Fleming
   %    less than 15% above federal minimum wage.              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 214  Fair Pay Act of 2003; create.                             Fleming
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 215  Employment at will; abolish and establish the Good        Fleming
        Faith in Employment Act.                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 216  Death penalty; not applicable to persons under 18 or      Fleming
        with an IQ below 70.                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 217  Sentencing; prohibit death sentence when evidence         Fleming
        establishes racial bias in prosecution or sentencing.  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 218  Hate crimes; revise application.                          Fleming
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 219  Law enforcement; prohibit racial profiling.               Fleming
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 220  Compulsory School Attendance Law; include students in     Lott
        kindergarten and revise deadline for certificates of   
        enrollment.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 221  Scholastic year; prohibit schools from opening before     Markham
        August 15.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 222  Automatic expulsion; include sexual misconduct and        Ishee
        indecent exposure in definition of "disruptive         
        behavior."                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 223  Commercial fire suppression systems; require license      Martinson
   %    for sellers and installers.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 224  Ballots; allow copying by candidates after general or     Martinson
   %    primary elections.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 225  Liability insurance for boasts and uninsured boat         Martinson
        coverage; require self-propelled  boats to be covered. 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 226  Appropriation; Department of Corrections to provide       Moak
        funding for additional field officers.                 
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 227  Automobile insurance; prohibit increase or cancellation   Bowles
        when insured not at fault.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 228  Mineral interests; revise procedure for payment of        Ellzey
   %    taxes.                                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 229  Weight limits on state highways; fees, fines and          Ellzey
   %    penalties returned to counties for feeder road program.
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 230  Public schools; prohibit grouping students according to   Fleming
        ability.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 231  Campaign finance; strengthen laws regarding.              Horne
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 232  Health Care False Claims Act; create.                     Moak
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 233  Cyberstalking; establish law prohibiting.                 Moak
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 234  Trail in absence of accused; revised.                     Moak
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 235  Expunction; provide for certain crimes.                   Moak
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 236  Justice courts; assistant county attorney to attend       Moak
        criminal cases.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 237  Criminal procedure; clarify expunction when               Moak
        court-imposed conditions are completed or cases are    
        dismissed.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 238  Chancery courts; provide for posts in certain             Moak
        districts.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 239  Firearms; additional penalty for stealing during          Moak
        another crime.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 240  Circuit Courts; provide for posts in certain districts.   Moak
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 241  Elected offices; increase filing fees for certain.        Moak
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 242  Rental property; authorize disabled persons to break      Moak
        certain leases if public housing becomes available.    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 243  Mississippi Resident Tuition Assistance Grant (MTAG)      Markham
        Program; increase award amounts.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 244  Law enforcement officers; clarify weapon use in other     Fleming
        states.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 245  Bailiffs; increase compensation to $65.00 per day.        Moore (100th)
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 246  Administrative leave with pay; authorize for certified    Moss
        Red Cross disaster relief volunteers requested for     
        service in U.S.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 247  Sales tax, contracting; revise rate of tax on certain     Ellzey
  $%    work performed for farmers.                            
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 248  Income tax; provide a credit for ad valorem taxes paid    Ellzey
  $%    on poultry houses.                                     
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 249  Credit cards; person must have signed agreement before    Taylor
        can be held liable for charges made to account.        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 250  Retirement; certain unused personal leave shall           Taylor
        increase average compensation for.                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 251  State employee salaries; may not be increased with        Taylor
        funds allocated for additional positions not filled.   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 252  Time-limited state employees; include in state service.   Taylor
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 253  Municipal annexation; require approval by majority of     Ellington
        electors in territory to be annexed.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 254  State Personnel Board; report to legislative committees   Bowles
        on certain salary increases.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 255  Pharmacists; those with four- or five-year pharmacy       Bowles
   %    degree may use title "Doctor of Pharmacy."             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 256  Workers' compensation; allow attorney to be reimbursed    Bailey
        for reasonable litigation costs.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 257  Divorce; require counseling of parents and minor          Whittington
        children.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 258  Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property     Whittington
  $%    and services to Mississippi affiliates of Habitat for  
        Humanity International, Inc.                           
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 259  Motor vehicle; unlawful to ride in portion not designed   Martinson
        for passengers.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 260  Counties; authorize board of supervisors to employ        Martinson
        attorney as full-time county employee.                 
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 261  Headlights; require use during precipitation.             Martinson
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 262  Radar; Pearl River Valley Water Supply District may       Martinson
        use.                                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 263  Universities; phase out remedial courses in reading and   Martinson
   %    reading comprehension.                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 264  Headlights; require to be used whenever windshield        Ishee
        wipers necessitated.                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 265  Driver's license; require passage of vision screening     Martinson
   %    exam upon renewal.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 266  Radar; sheriff and deputies may use in counties over      Ishee
        60,000.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 267  Squirrel hunting; extend season in Zone 3 by one month.   Ishee
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 268  Funeral directors; require to complete continuing         McBride
   %    education courses each year.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 269  Death penalty; provide moratorium for purpose of          Mayo
        completing study on impact.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 270  Crimes; double penalty and no parole for persons using    Cameron
        weapons while committing crimes.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 271  Life insurance; benefits on policy issued on life of      Davis
        another payable only to insured's estate without       
        consent of insured.                                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 272  Income tax; provide a credit for taxpayers having a       Moore (60th)
  $%    dependent with a disability.                           
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 273  Crimes; create offense of knowingly exposing another      Moore (60th)
        person to a sexually transmitted disease.              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 274  Crimes; revise penalty for rape and sexual battery.       Moore (60th)
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 275  Justice court; judges to run under Nonpartisan Judicial   Compretta
   %    Election Act.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 276  Hunting and fishing licenses; waive fees for resident     Compretta
   %    who is member of United States Armed Forces, National  
        Guard or Reserves.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 277  Fishing license; waive fees for resident active duty      Compretta
   %    members of the armed forces, including reserves and    
        national guard.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 278  Liability insurance companies; require annual report of   Howell
        claims paid.                                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 279  IHL; amend FY03 appropriation to delete Ayers             Flaggs
 *      contingency on reappropriation of certain funds.       
           01/20 Approved by Governor
HB 280  Mississippi Auto Liability Insurance No Pay - No Play     Chism
        Act; create.                                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 281  State flag; require to be displayed at all county         Cameron
        buildings.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 282  Suffrage; restore to Jarvis Dow Watkins of Rankin         Rogers
        County.                                                
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB 283  Tax evasion; use as a method for prosecuting drug         Brown
        dealers.                                               
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 284  Sheriffs; felony conviction disqualifies from holding     Cameron
        office.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 285  Warfield Point County Park; donate to state to be under   Cameron
        Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks.           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 286  DNA; database for all convicted felons.                   Chism
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 287  Counties, cities and state; use previous year's           Mayo
        revenues in preparing next year's budget.              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 288  Jones County; increase the amount of assessment for       Shows
   %    misdemeanor cases in justice court and impose same on  
        county courts.                                         
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB 289  Telephone solicitation; transfer enforcement of           Dedeaux
        telephone solicitation laws from Attorney General to   
        Public Service Commission.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 290  Regulations; regulations affecting general public must    Moore (60th)
        be approved by Legislature.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 291  Elected school boards; elect members at general state     Moore (60th)
        and county elections.                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 292  State Superintendent of Public Education; elect at        Moore (60th)
   %    general state election.                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 293  Vulnerable adults act; clarify definition of caregiver    Mayo
        and vulnerable adult with regard to nursing facilities.
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 294  Eminent domain; property taken by governmental entity     Chism
        will never vest in a private entity.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 295  Automatic dialing devices; restrict hours may be          Eads
 *      operated and time period for disconnection of.         
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 296  School bonds; reduce vote required in districts with      Eads
   %    elected boards and appointed superintendents.          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 297  School districts; provide for elected trustees and        Eads
   %    appointed superintendents.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 298  Open Agreements Act; create.                              Eads
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 299  State employees and university and community college      Eads
        employees; provide COLA increase.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 300  State Employees Health Insurance; pay for certain         Eads
        expenses from Tobacco Trust Fund.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 301  School districts' bonded indebtedness; increase           Eads
   %    limitation.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 302  Bar dues; exempt federal administrative law judges from   Reynolds
   %    paying.                                                
           03/07 Approved by Governor
HB 303  Bad checks; revise deferred prosecution fee.              Smith (39th)
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 304  Suffrage; restore to Byron Weeks of Lowndes County.       Smith (39th)
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB 305  Appropriation; IHL for scholarships to USM's Summer       Davis
        Program for Academically Talented Youth.               
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 306  Lowndes County; may contribute to ICS for purchase of     Smith (39th)
        bus for Head Start.                                    
           03/31 Approved by Governor
HB 307  Motor vehicle insurance; mandate insurer of party at      Smith (39th)
        fault to pay towing and storage charges.               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 308  Pharmacy providers; require uniform treatment of by       Smith (39th)
        health benefit plans.                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 309  Judges; remove appellate judges from Nonpartisan          Snowden
   %    Judicial Election Act.                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 310  Court of Appeals; appoint judges.                         Snowden
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 311  Appellate judges; remove from Nonpartisan Judicial        Snowden
   %    Elections Act.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 312  Mississippi Motorists' Personal Protection Act; create.   Montgomery (74th)
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 313  Sales tax; provide for reduced tax on admissions to all   Snowden
  $%    publicly owned facilities.                             
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 314  Tax sales; require actual notice to owner and mortgagee   Snowden
   %    of land before pending tax sale.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 315  Death penalty; abolish for mentally retarded or           Fleming
        mentally challenged.                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 316  Mental retardation; allow to be mitigating factor in      Fleming
        death penalty cases.                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 317  Election; prohibit candidates from running for more       Robinson (84th)
        than one office simultaneously.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 318  Health Care Trust Fund; repay in 15 annual payments the   Brown
        funds that were transferred from in 2002.              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 319  Corrections; provide that certain offenders are not       Moak
        eligible for earned-time allowance.                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 320  State park rangers; authorize retiring rangers to         Moak
 *      retain side arm.                                       
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 321  Pain Relief Act; create.                                  Moak
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 322  Law enforcement officers; establish separate retirement   Janus
   %    system for.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 323  State and U.S. flags; require to be displayed on all      Janus
        public buildings.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 324  Teachers; establish performance pay plan.                 Cameron
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 325  Tax exemptions; provide that certain additional           Cameron
  $%    businesses may request tax exemptions provided under   
        Growth and Prosperity Act.                             
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 326  Voting; require identification to be shown before         Cameron
        voting.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 327  Public contracts; give preference to resident bidders;    Davis
        prescribe specific penalties for violations.           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 328  All-terrain vehicles; prohibit use on public highways,    Barnett (92nd)
        roads and streets in the state and provide a penalty.  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 329  Massage parlors; extend regulatory authority to all       Chism
        counties.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 330  Mississippi Marketable Record Title Act; create.          Snowden
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 331  Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property     Snowden
  $%    and services to East Mississippi State Hospital        
        Friends.                                               
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 332  Mississippi School of the Arts; name "Y Hut" for Helen    Barnett (92nd)
        Furlow Scruggs.                                        
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 333  Income tax; revise method of determining net business     Cameron
  $%    income of certain manufacturers.                       
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 334  Income tax; revise circumstances under which State Tax    Cameron
        Commission may go beyond three-year examination period 
        on tax return.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 335  Insurance companies; prohibit from settling claim until   Cameron
        approval of insured.                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 336  Ad valorem taxation; exempt business inventories from.    Markham
  $%       02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 337  Alcoholic beverages; allow sale of wine at wholesale by   Moak
   %    private entities.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 338  Income tax; authorize deductions for completing certain   Moak
  $%    education levels.                                      
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 339  State buildings; increase number of women's rest rooms.   Moak
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 340  Department of Environmental Quality; Attorney General     Moak
        to be sole legal advisor.                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 341  Highways 315 and 1; name portions after Dr. Dewitt        Reynolds
 *      Clinton French and C.B. "Buddie" Newman.               
           03/12 Approved by Governor
HB 342  Law enforcement officers; establish separate retirement   Fleming
   %    system for.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 343  Sales tax; reduce rate on sales of certain food and       Snowden
  $%    revise certain diversions.                             
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 344  Sales tax; reduce rate on sales of certain food and       Snowden
  $%    revise diversion to municipalities.                    
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 345  Sales tax; reduce rate on sales of certain food and       Snowden
  $%    revise diversion to municipalities.                    
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 346  Sales tax; phase out on sales of certain food.            Snowden
  $%       02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 347  Community Service Revolving Fund; place stipulations on   Fleming
   %    payments made by offenders.                            
           02/05 (H) Died In Committee
HB 348  Historical monuments and memorials; protect by            Fleming
        prohibiting alteration.                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 349  State flag; revise design of official state flag.         Fleming
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 350  State flag; reestablish flag design adopted by state      Fleming
        convention of 1861 as official state flag.             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 351  Power of attorney; authorize in conveyance of             Snowden
        homestead.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 352  Sales tax; reduce rate on sales of certain food and       Snowden
  $%    revise diversion to municipalities.                    
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 353  Sales tax; authorize exemption for retail sales of        Snowden
  $%    certain articles of clothing during the first weekend  
        in August.                                             
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 354  Sales tax; phase out on sales of certain food.            Snowden
  $%       02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 355  Elections; require voters to present ID before voting.    Snowden
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 356  Crimes; create offense of fleeing law enforcement         Snowden
        officer.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 357  Cellular phone use in automobiles; state law preempts     Denny
        any local ordinance.                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 358  Mandatory auto liability insurance; authorize municipal   Denny
   %    court clerks to collect costs of court for failure to  
        have.                                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 359  Municipal liens on blighted real estate; allow            Denny
        municipality to grant amnesty for certain.             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 360  Municipal employees; prohibit governing authorities       Denny
        from requiring to reside inside municipal boundaries.  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 361  Historical monuments and state flag; cannot be changed    Chism
        without 2/3 vote of Legislature.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 362  State flag; require it and U.S. flag to be displayed at   Chism
        all state-owned buildings.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 363  Municipal governing authorities; salary increase or       Chism
        decrease not effective until next term of office.      
           02/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB 364  Department of Human Services; authorize to compile list   Dedeaux
   %    of people interested in adopting children.             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 365  Purple Heart distinctive license tag; surviving spouse    Weathersby
  $%    entitled to receive tax free.                          
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 366  Hunting or discharging firearm on or across road;         Weathersby
        double fine for conviction.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 367  Sales tax; provide that electricity used for certain      Chism
  $%    purposes is a raw material for purposes of industrial  
        exemption.                                             
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 368  Motor vehicle seat belts and proof of liability           Chism
        insurance; tickets may be issued for violations at     
        roadblocks.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 369  Highway work zone; revise penalty for speeding.           Chism
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 370  Sales tax and use tax; exempt delivery charges and        Davis
  $%    freight charges from.                                  
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 371  Highway Patrol Officers; increase salaries.               Cameron
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 372  School voucher program; require State Department of       Cameron
        Education to establish.                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 373  County unit; provide for election in counties operating   Bowles
        under.                                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 374  School districts; provide for elected trustees and        Chism
   %    appointed superintendents.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 375  School boards; elect all.                                 Chism
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 376  University faculty; increase salaries over 3-year         Davis
        period.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 377  Tax collectors/assessors; create Mississippi Collectors   Reeves
        Education and Certification Program.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 378  State Police; create as a division of the Department of   Fleming
   %    Public Safety.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 379  Universities and colleges; authorize awarding of public   Davis
   %    construction contracts to single entity for facilities.
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 380  Correctional facilities; provide additional               Moak
        compensation for sheriff who provides management       
        support.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 381  State aid roads; provide supplemental funds in support    Bowles
        of.                                                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 382  Driver's license; judge may suspend in lieu of            Bowles
        conviction for certain traffic violations.             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 383  Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks; proposed rules to be       Bowles
        submitted to Legislature.                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 384  Municipal bypasses; replaced State Highway 15 in          Bowles
        Chickasaw County maintained by state.                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 385  Elected or appointed officials; must resign before        Bowles
        running for another office.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 386  State Fiscal Officer; approve or disapprove certain IHL   Bowles
        withdrawals from State Treasury.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 387  Agencies and other entities; prohibit from lobbying if    Bowles
        receiving appropriated funds.                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 388  Out-of-state tuition; waive for nonresidents whose        Bowles
   %    parents are IHL alumni and own property in state.      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 389  Emergency vehicles; require to operate emergency lights   Bowles
        and sound siren when exceeding speed limit.            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 390  State flag; counties lose homestead exemption             Cameron
        reimbursement upon failure to fly at county buildings. 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 391  Automobile liability insurance coverage; require before   Cameron
        receiving tag.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 392  Limited open enrollment policy; establish for students    Cameron
        in Level 1 and 2 school districts.                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 393  Crimes; create offense of fleeing law enforcement         McBride
        officer in a motor vehicle.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 394  Sales tax; provide for reduced tax on admissions to all   McBride
  $%    publicly owned facilities.                             
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 395  Ad valorem tax; agricultural land will retain             McBride
  $%    agricultural use value after development until         
        transferred and used for developed purpose.            
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 396  Sales tax; authorize special municipal sales tax to       Ishee
  $%    fund certain capital projects.                         
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 397  Mississippi Consumer Choice in Motor Vehicle Insurance    Chism
        Act; create.                                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 398  Bail; prohibit for appeal of sexual battery of a minor    Chism
        conviction.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 399  Suffrage; restore to Teresa Carol Tucker Wijesinghe of    Ford
        Lee County.                                            
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB 400  Glass repair; insurers shall not recommend a particular   Cameron
        contractor for automobile glass repair.                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 401  DUI; distinctive license tag for third offense.           Davis
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 402  Pharmacy Benefit Management Regulation Act; create.       Howell
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 403  Corrections; remove limit on number of days an            Malone
        offender's sentence may be reduced for meritorious     
        earned time.                                           
           02/13 (H) Died On Calendar
HB 404  Department of Mental Health; increase maximum salary of   Reeves
        Executive Director.                                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 405  Hospitality station in Coahoma County; designate as       Mayo
        "Delma Furniss Hospitality Station."                   
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 406  License tags; one distinctive tag for fire fighter        Chism
  $%    exempt from fees and taxes.                            
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 407  Capital murder; provide death penalty for murder of two   Moore (60th)
        or more persons.                                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 408  Concealed weapons; authorize persons to carry without     Moore (60th)
   %    license.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 409  Income tax; authorize adjustment to gross income for      Moore (60th)
  $%    disability insurance premiums paid by individuals.     
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 410  Vote fraud; revise penalty.                               Moore (60th)
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 411  Radar; authorize sheriffs in certain counties to use.     Moore (60th)
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 412  Schools; establish opening and closing dates of           Moore (60th)
        scholastic year.                                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 413  Motor vehicle liability insurance coverage; raise         Chism
        statutory minimum.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 414  Hunting and fishing licenses; exempt disabled veterans.   Dedeaux
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 415  Sales tax; exempt sale or transfer of motor vehicle       Moak
  $%    between siblings.                                      
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 416  Livestock shows; provide civil liability exemptions for   Montgomery (15th)
        certain sponsors.                                      
           03/23 Approved by Governor
HB 417  Income tax; phase out for corporations.                   Moore (60th)
  $%       02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 418  Coahoma County Sheriff; authorize annual salary           Mayo
        supplement for.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 419  Marriage; revise conditions for minors.                   Chism
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 420  Insurance carriers; shall honor certain assignment of     Chism
   %    benefits.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 421  Lawsuits; plaintiff liable for defendant's cost if        Chism
        defendant prevails.                                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 422  Income tax; provide a credit for taxpayers who purchase   Cameron
  $%    a gun safe or similar device.                          
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 423  Justifiable homicide; define to include force used to     Cameron
        prevent burglary of home, business or automobile.      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 424  Radar; cities may not use on federal or state highways.   Cameron
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 425  Four-lane roadways; vehicles to be driven in right-hand   Cameron
        lane.                                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 426  Primitive hunting firearms; authorize use of telescopic   Cameron
   %    sights.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 427  Tinted motor vehicle windows; require inspection          Chism
   %    stations to test and issue labels.                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 428  Crimes; revise penalties for false reporting of a         Robinson (84th)
        crime.                                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 429  Union workers; create certain rights concerning use of    Robinson (84th)
        union dues.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 430  Budget; prohibit certain actions by state agencies        Brown
        during current fiscal year.                            
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 431  Budget of state agencies; clarify that fiscal officer     Brown
        has discretion to reduce at any time if funds not      
        available.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 432  Justifiable homicide; give defense to pregnant women      Robinson (84th)
        who may or may not be in danger that protect fetuses   
        during any phase of pregnancy.                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 433  Dead bodies; provide family the right to exhume body      Taylor
        and move to another grave site.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 434  Sixteenth section land; authorize sale of to certain      Moak
        armed services veterans.                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 435  Radar; authorize sheriffs in certain counties to use.     Cameron
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 436  Constitution; delete requirement for explanatory          Bowles
        statement of proposed amendment on ballot.             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 437  Headlights; require use during precipitation.             Stringer
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 438  Anatomical donations; state employees who authorize       Stringer
        will receive additional day of personal leave.         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 439  Sales tax; exempt all sales of tractors or farm           Stringer
  $%    implements when sold by farmers.                       
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 440  Income tax; reduce rate of tax on income derived from     Stringer
  $%    gain on certain sales or other disposition of real     
        property or timber.                                    
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 441  Boards of supervisors; may bury livestock which have      Stringer
 *      died as a result of an emergency situation.            
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 442  Highway 18 in Jasper County; designate portion as "Tom    Stringer
 *      Royce Green Memorial Highway."                         
           03/31 Approved by Governor
HB 443  Deer hunting; allow over bait in certain counties.        Stringer
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 444  Drug dealers; death of person during drug violation       Stringer
        constitutes felony murder.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 445  Bureau of Narcotics; agents injured on duty not           Stringer
        required to use leave during recovery.                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 446  Wireless emergency telephone service; extend repealer.    Ishee
 * %       03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 447  Sales tax; exempt certain sales of farm equipment and     Nettles
  $%    farm implements.                                       
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 448  Property and casualty insurance; no cancellation for      Nettles
        claims not fault of insured.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 449  Asthma; schools shall permit self-administration of       Fleming
        medication by pupils for.                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 450  School enrollment; students may attend a school in a      Fleming
        different district if their parents are purchasing a   
        residence there.                                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 451  Election Commissioners; prohibit employment by            Fleming
        political party while in office.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 452  Appropriation; Agriculture Department for Senior          Fleming
        Farmers' Market Nutrition Program.                     
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 453  High school; require students to complete state           Fleming
        certified driver education training in order to        
        graduate.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 454  Open Meetings Law; provide civil penalty for              McBride
 *      violations.                                            
           03/31 Approved by Governor
HB 455  Medicaid; require notice to division in actions against   Taylor
        health care facilities by recipients of.               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 456  Motor fuel excise taxes; provide partial exemption on     Formby
  $%    sales of fuel to volunteer fire departments for use in 
        department vehicles.                                   
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 457  Highways; MDOT install rumble strips along shoulders of   Formby
        newly constructed or paved roadways.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 458  Income tax; authorize an adjustment to gross income for   Formby
  $%    portion of self-employment taxes paid by self-employed 
        individuals.                                           
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 459  Child custody; provide notice and procedure for           Formby
        relocating a child's residence.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 460  Controlled substances; felony to bring into state,        Formby
        county or municipal facility.                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 461  Workers' compensation; provide employer the right to      Formby
        require an autopsy in death cases.                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 462  Voting; require ID to be shown before voting.             Formby
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 463  Habitual offender; no plea bargaining for violent         Formby
        offenders.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 464  Workers' compensation; make certain medical information   Formby
        available to employers.                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 465  Workers' compensation; incarcerated individuals may not   Formby
        collect benefits.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 466  Workers' compensation; establish criteria for drug and    Formby
        alcohol testing under.                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 467  Workers' compensation; define purpose to be impartially   Formby
        construed.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 468  Workers' compensation; worker must give notice of         Formby
        injury before termination of employment.               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 469  Real property owners; revise standard of care owed to     Formby
        guests and invitees.                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 470  Child support payments; must be deposited into account    Formby
        that is accessible by the obligee only by debit card.  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 471  Sex offender registration; create fund for community      Formby
   %    notification and registration costs.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 472  Sales tax; reduce rate on sales of certain food.          Formby
  $%       02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 473  State budget; use previous fiscal year's revenues to      Moore (60th)
        prepare budget and make appropriations for next fiscal 
        year.                                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 474  Retirement; new PERS employees may elect to have all      Moore (60th)
        contributions paid into deferred comp instead of PERS. 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 475  Elections; persons convicted of any felony may not        Denny
   %    vote.                                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 476  Marriage of minors; require notarized signature of        Formby
        appropriate person on notice of marriage application.  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 477  Insurance drafts; prohibit financial institutions from    Chism
        charging customers a fee for processing certain.       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 478  Universities; require "Big 4" to each play at least one   Davis
        other in football annually.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 479  Public school grounds; expand authority of counties to    Weathersby
        maintain and improve.                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 480  Radar; allow sheriffs, deputy sheriffs and constables     Weathersby
        to use.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 481  Superintendent and Principal of the Year; provide Five    Weathersby
        Thousand Dollars yearly award for.                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 482  State employees; shall receive all overtime pay even if   Reeves
        compensation exceeds that of agency head.              
           02/13 (H) Died On Calendar
HB 483  Donated leave; reestablish policy and revise definition   Eads
        of "catastrophic injury or illness."                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 484  Sales Tax Incentive Fund; revise projects eligible for    Eads
        incentive payments.                                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 485  Elderly and vulnerable adults; create task force to       Eads
        study and report to Legislature.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 486  Mississippi Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Pilot        Fleming
        Program in Agriculture Department; create.             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 487  Corrections; increase trusty time allowance from 10       Malone
 *      days to 30 days for each 30 days of program            
        participation.                                         
           04/03 Died by Other Means
HB 488  Animals; provide definitions in chapter providing for     Whittington
        crime of cruelty to animals.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 489  Radar; sheriff and deputies may use in counties over      Eads
        38,000.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 490  County and municipal advertising; repeal authority to     Reeves
        expend certain tax monies for.                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 491  Preferential primary; establish.                          Chism
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 492  Cell phones; prohibit while driving.                      Eads
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 493  School bus parking areas on private land; authorize       Eads
        counties to maintain for school bus operators.         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 494  Criminal cases; extend authority for conditional          Eads
        dismissal to justice and municipal courts.             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 495  Income tax; revise method of determining net business     Eads
  $%    income of certain manufacturers.                       
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 496  Income tax; revise method of determining net business     Eads
  $%    income of certain manufacturers.                       
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 497  School districts; provide for elected school boards and   Eads
   %    appointed superintendents.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 498  Elections; enact open primary and abolish partisan        Cameron
   %    primaries.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 499  Sales tax; pay counties percentage of sales tax           Nettles
        generated from business activities in counties but     
        outside municipalities.                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 500  Elected school board members; elect all in November       Ishee
        rather than March.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 501  Drug testing; require for all elected officials.          Nettles
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 502  Temporary deputy sheriff; authorize appointment.          Moak
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 503  Intensive supervision program; revise eligibility for     Snowden
        program.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 504  Corrections; persons convicted of certain crimes shall    Moak
        not be placed in an intensive supervision program.     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 505  Narcotics Bureau agents; provide hazardous duty pay for   Reeves
        those who enforce drug laws in the field.              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 506  Communications towers; require percentage of sublease     Weathersby
        on property to be paid to landowner.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 507  Law enforcement officers; establish high speed pursuit    West
        training program.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 508  Court-ordered tobacco settlement payments; shall be       Chism
        paid into trust fund and be subject to budgeting and   
        appropriation.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 509  Municipal special elections; revise qualifying            Denny
        deadline.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 510  DUI; require designation on driver's license for          Moore (60th)
   %    conviction.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 511  Community public water system; limit required             Taylor
   %    management training to members with supervisory        
        responsibility.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 512  Task Force to Conduct a Best Financial Management         Formby
        Practices Review of the State Department of Education; 
        create.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 513  Garnishment; require writ to include social security      Formby
        number.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 514  Abuse/neglect central registry; criminal conviction not   Fleming
 *      required for inclusion in.                             
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB 515  Nonpartisan Judicial Election Act; repeal.                Fleming
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 516  Bail bond; revise provisions on taking insufficient       Rogers
        bond or neglecting to take bond.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 517  Adjutant General; authorize to designate certain state    Rogers
 *      employee security guard positions as law officers.     
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB 518  Swine farms; reinstate prohibition on issuing permits     Bowles
        for certain farms.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 519  Public funds; prohibit using for lobbying.                Bowles
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 520  Distinctive license tags; authorize for members of        Moak
   %    Mississippi Association of Realtors.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 521  Poultry processors; provide penalties on loans to         Moak
   %    processors who hire illegal immigrants.                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 522  IHLs; require cooperation with federal agencies in        Moak
        terrorism investigation.                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 523  Senior citizens; allow those with annual incomes below    Moak
        a certain amount to attend college tuition-free.       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 524  Divorce; authorize transfer of cases filed in chancery    Peranich
        court in wrong venue to proper venue.                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 525  Medicaid; SSA disabled persons with certain income        Pierce
        eligible for until become Medicare-eligible.           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 526  State employees; increase salaries five percent.          Pierce
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 527  Counties; authorize to donate money to Salvation Army     Pierce
 *      and Boys and Girls Club.                               
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 528  Deer hunting; permit hunting of deer over corn and        Pierce
   %    other supplemental feed under certain circumstances.   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 529  Crimes; create offense of fleeing law enforcement         Pierce
        officer in a motor vehicle.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 530  Deer hunting season; extend deer hunting season until     Pierce
        January 31.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 531  Department of Youth Services; create new agency and       Moore (100th)
   %    transfer functions from DHS to.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 532  Adolescent offender program counselors; require           Fleming
        probable cause hearing before arrest.                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 533  Vehicular manslaughter; require bail in DUI cases.        Fleming
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 534  Police pursuits; provide regulation of.                   Fleming
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 535  Retirement; PERS members with 10 years service may        Fleming
        receive one-time distribution from their contributions 
        for certain purposes.                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 536  Deferred compensation plan; require public employers to   Stringer
   %    match first $25.00 of employee's monthly contribution. 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 537  Cell phones; prohibit use of while driving without        Broomfield
        using hands-free accessories.                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 538  Consumer reporting agencies; require to provide           Reeves
        consumer with one free copy of his or her file per     
        year.                                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 539  Implied consent; clarify DUI manslaughter and maiming     Reeves
   %    where more than one death or injury occurs.            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 540  Assistant teachers; require to be qualified according     Reeves
        to federal standards.                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 541  Identification cards; Department of Public Safety issue   Green
   %    to retired or former members of Legislature.           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 542  County unit counties; allow member of board of            Holland
        supervisors to exercise certain management powers in   
        elected district.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 543  Gaming revenues; revise diversions.                       Fleming
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 544  City of Vicksburg; allow to house prisoners in            Flaggs
        Louisiana.                                             
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB 545  Law enforcement; provide immunity for damage during       Robinson (84th)
        pursuit of criminal.                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 546  Death of fetus; include in wrongful death statute.        Robinson (84th)
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 547  Absentee ballots; enhance penalties for violations        Robinson (84th)
        regarding.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 548  DUI; require clerk of the court to mail a copy of         Robinson (84th)
        traffic citation in convictions.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 549  Deer feeders; allow use if permitted by Department of     Robinson (84th)
   %    Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks.                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 550  New Capitol; place under general supervision and care     Robinson (84th)
        of Legislature.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 551  Home inspectors; extend grandfather clause for            Mayo
        licensing.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 552  Smoking; prohibit in family restaurants.                  Mayo
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 553  Smoking; prohibit in family restaurants except in         Mayo
        separately enclosed bars.                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 554  Bonds; issue to fund Phase I of Moon Lake State Park.     Mayo
  $%       02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 555  Highway work zone; revise penalty for speeding.           Miles
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 556  Bonds; authorize Department of Agriculture to use         Miles
  $%    proceeds for grants for livestock facility construction
        program.                                               
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 557  Municipally owned electric utilities; allow to clear      Miles
        obstructions on private property.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 558  Economic development; provide preference to Mississippi   Miles
        businesses in purchases made for certain projects      
        funded through MDA.                                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 559  Medical malpractice; create medical review panels.        Ishee
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 560  Licensed professional counselors; revise board make up    Whittington
   %    and require continuing education before license may be 
        renewed.                                               
           03/17 Approved by Governor
HB 561  Recording private communications; unlawful without        Robinson (84th)
        prior consent of all parties to the communication.     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 562  Crimes; create offense of fleeing law enforcement         Robinson (84th)
        officer.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 563  State agencies; prohibit from competing with private      Miles
        enterprise using state-funded materials and personnel. 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 564  Elections; establish open primary and abolish partisan    Ellzey
   %    primaries.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 565  District Attorneys; provide two additional assistant      Watson
        DAs for the Twelfth Circuit Court District.            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 566  Judges; provide additional judge for Twelfth Circuit      Watson
        Court District.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 567  Child custody; Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and     Watson
   %    Enforcement Act (NCCUSL).                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 568  Eminent Scholars Program; decrease ACT score              Watson
        requirement for eligibility.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 569  Motor vehicle liability insurance; revise statutory       Watson
        minimum.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 570  Uninsured motorist coverage; policyholder must reject     Watson
        knowingly in writing to decline coverage.              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 571  Workers' compensation; appeal commission decisions to     Watson
        the Court of Appeals instead of to the circuit court.  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 572  Family Support; update Uniform Interstate Family          Watson
        Support Act (NCCUSL).                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 573  Retirement; expense allowances and  reimbursement of      Watson
        Supreme Court justices included compensation for PERS. 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 574  Marriage; Uniform Premarital Agreement Act (NCCUSL).      Watson
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 575  Workers' compensation; increase benefits for              Watson
        disfigurement.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 576  Workers' compensation; prohibit discharge of employee     Watson
        filing claim in good faith.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 577  Uninsured motorist coverage; provide that coverage is     Watson
        mandatory in every automobile policy.                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 578  Judges; allow retiring judges to continue to receive      Watson
        state insurance coverage at their own expense.         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 579  Judges; continue insurance coverage of judge resigning    Watson
        due to disability for remainder of term.               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 580  Supreme Court; provide for appointed judges.              McBride
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 581  Computerized voice stress analyzer; authorize law         McBride
        enforcement officers to use.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 582  Income tax; exclude certain amounts received by a         Rotenberry
  $%    missionary living abroad from gross income.            
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 583  Open Meetings Law; apply to teleconference and video      Rotenberry
 *      meetings.                                              
           03/31 Approved by Governor
HB 584  Crimes; create offense of fleeing law enforcement         Rotenberry *
        officer in a motor vehicle.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 585  Water wells; delete public notice requirement for         Rotenberry
 *      reissuance of permit.                                  
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 586  Election commissioners; revise qualifications for         Rotenberry
        election.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 587  Income tax; revise type and amount of certain military    Rotenberry
  $%    compensation excluded from gross income.               
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 588  Sales tax; exempt retail sales of certain articles of     Rotenberry
  $%    clothing during the first weekend in August.           
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 589  Sales tax; exempt all sales of tractors and farm          Rotenberry
  $%    implements when sold by farmers.                       
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 590  Highway 49; bring segment between U.S. 90 and U.S. 80     Rotenberry
        up to highway standards.                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 591  Motor vehicle liability insurance policy; must include    Watson
        medical coverage.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 592  Judges; continue insurance coverage of judge resigning    Watson
        due to disability for remainder of term.               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 593  Workers' compensation; require emergency hearing upon     Watson
        request of either party.                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 594  Workers' Compensation Commission; appeals to go           Watson
        directly to Court of Appeals.                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 595  Guardian; revise bond and oath.                           Watson
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 596  Uninsured motorist coverage; equal to liability limits.   Watson
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 597  Court reporters; revise bond.                             Watson
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 598  Estates; revise amount for payment of indebtedness.       Watson
 *         03/17 Approved by Governor
HB 599  Property; Uniform Unclaimed Property Act (NCCUSL).        Watson
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 600  Civil Rights Division; establish in the Office of the     Watson
        Attorney General.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 601  Judges; revise office allowance for chancellors and       Watson
        circuit court judges.                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 602  Judges; increase office maintenance expense allowance.    Watson
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 603  Garbage; prohibit certain governmental entities from      Smith (39th)
   %    providing commercial collection services.              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 604  Controlled substances; allow certain agencies and         Eads
        boards to inspect records.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 605  Board of Medical Licensure; revise hearings and appeals   Eads
 *      provisions.                                            
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 606  Retirement; provide credit in PERS for any service in     Eads
        the U.S. Public Health Service.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 607  Tobacco products; increase excise tax on and earmark      Eads
  $%    revenues from increase for certain purposes.           
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 608  Sales tax; revise minimum average monthly liability       Eads
        required before a taxpayer must prepay June estimate of
        sales tax payment.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 609  Death from drug overdose; require reporting of to         Taylor
        medical examiner and Narcotics Bureau.                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 610  County court judges; revise terms.                        Flaggs
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 611  Law Enforcement Officers and Fire Fighters Death          Broomfield
        Benefit Trust Fund; revise surviving spouse award.     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 612  Sales tax; pay counties percentage of sales tax           Stringer
        generated from business activities outside cities.     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 613  Motor vehicle license tags; Mississippi Prison            Pierce
        Industries Corporation to manufacture.                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 614  Taxation; create task force to study to find additional   Denny
        revenue for local government.                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 615  District attorneys; increase office operating             Pierce
        allowance.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 616  Emergency telephone warning system; authorize counties    Moak
   %    to establish and support.                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 617  Agency rules; create joint legislative committee to       Bowles
        review.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 618  Camp Shelby; require State Auditor to audit timber fund   Bowles
        annually.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 619  Bail agents; revise definition of soliciting bail agent   Rogers
        and define surety.                                     
           03/23 Approved by Governor
HB 620  Bail agents; require criminal background checks.          Rogers
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 621  Real property; create task force to determine effects     Fleming
        of African-American loss of.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 622  License tag; distinctive tag for diabetic may be issued   Eads
        to immediate family member of diabetic.                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 623  Small Municipalities and Limited Population Counties      Eads
        Fund, Mississippi Business Investment Act; revise      
        definition of small municipality and small community.  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 624  Wills; wishes of testator or testatrix must be honored.   Eads
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 625  Authority for Educational Television; revise authority    Eads
        relating to contracts.                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 626  Interest on judgments; tie to the prime lending rate.     Rotenberry
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 627  Income tax; provide a credit for employers that incur     Whittington
  $%    costs to promote employee physical fitness.            
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 628  Income tax; provide tax credit for contributions to       Whittington
  $%    schools for use in providing physical fitness or other 
        health programs.                                       
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 629  Domestic violence; Uniform Interstate Enforcement of      Watson
        Domestic Violence Protection Orders Act (NCCUSL).      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 630  Domestic violence; revise protective order provision.     Watson
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 631  Department of Corrections; authorize to require           Denny *
   %    offenders to assist in payment of incarceration costs  
        at state/county facilities.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 632  Attempted murder; create criminal offense.                Denny
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 633  Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property     Denny
  $%    or services to Daughters of the American Revolution.   
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 634  Elected public officials; provide procedure for           Denny
        removal.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 635  Income tax; provide credit for taxpayer paying home       Denny
  $%    security expenses for primary residence.               
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 636  Local Governments Capital Improvements Revolving Loan     Denny
   %    Program; clarify maximum loan amount for recreational  
        and athletic facilities.                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 637  Bomb threat, weapons and explosives; include chemical,    Denny
        biological or other weapons of mass destruction.       
           03/17 Approved by Governor
HB 638  Motor vehicle privilege tax levied on certain trucks;     Denny
   %    clarify the distribution of.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 639  Highway patrol officers; authorize to use patrol cars     Holland
        assigned to them for personal or private purposes.     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 640  Natchez Trace Parkway; grandfather in certain buildings   Martinson
        not conforming to height restrictions.                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 641  District attorneys, assistants and criminal               Reynolds
   %    investigators; increase salaries and fund with felony  
        assessment.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 642  Sexual abuse of children; delete statute of               Fredericks
 *      limitations.                                           
           03/31 Approved by Governor
HB 643  Deer; allow taking of antlered deer with less than four   McBride
 *      points if necessary for deer management of DMAP lands. 
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 644  Local planning commission; require all counties and       Green
        cities to establish.                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 645  Juvenile Justice Mandatory Communication Act; create      Fleming
 *      for school districts and state and provide tracking by 
        Youth Services.                                        
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 646  Physicians; require license applicants to be              Barnett (92nd)
        fingerprinted.                                         
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 647  Automobile liability insurance policies; commissioner     Chism
        may approve if they exclude coverage for punitive      
        damages.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 648  Duplicate warrant; remove from requirement that an        Eads
        affidavit and bond shall be filed before issuance.     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 649  Chancellor; prohibit from hearing annexation or           Brown
        incorporation case if his judicial district overlaps   
        area being annexed.                                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 650  Internal auditors; require for certain agencies.          Brown
 *         03/18 Approved by Governor
HB 651  Administrative Procedures Act; create.                    Brown
 * %       02/19 Approved by Governor
HB 652  Public purchasing laws; amend provisions.                 Brown
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 653  Justice court judges; bring under the Nonpartisan         Holland
   %    Judicial Election Act.                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 654  Income tax; revise when interest begins to run, rate of   Cameron
   %    interest on payment of additional tax where taxpayer   
        has made underpayment.                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 655  Eminent domain; revise appraisal procedure.               Guice
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 656  Elections; repeal Nonpartisan Judicial Election Act.      Denny
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 657  Appellate judges; provide for appointed Supreme Court     Denny
   %    and Court of Appeals.                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 658  Ad valorem taxes; delete school boards' authority to      Denny
   %    increase without referendum approval.                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 659  Elected officials; indictment results in suspension       Denny
        without pay and conviction results in removal.         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 660  Public improvement districts; provide notice by           Moak
        newspaper publication when issuing certificates of     
        public convenience and necessity in uncertificated     
        areas.                                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 661  Notaries public; increase maximum fees allowed for        Moak
   %    services.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 662  Special education students; may appeal hearing            Warren
        officer's decision within 45 days of the decision.     
           03/17 Approved by Governor
HB 663  State classroom supply funds; clarify method of           Warren
 *      distribution and administration of.                    
           03/17 Approved by Governor
HB 664  Pat Harrison Waterway District; revise method of          Hamilton
  $%    funding.                                               
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 665  Gaming license fee; increase and use additional revenue   Warren
   %    for drug enforcement and public education purposes.    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 666  Public school students; authorize community service as    Hines
        an alternative to detention or suspension.             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 667  Donated leave; reestablish policy and revise definition   Hines
        of "catastrophic injury or illness."                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 668  Optometrists; certified optometrists may administer and   Guice
        prescribe certain drugs and perform certain eye care   
        procedures.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 669  Department of Human Services; funds apportioned           Guice
        equitably among county offices, and employees immune   
        from liability.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 670  Electronic terminals; privately operated terminals        Guice
        subject to same requirements as those operated by      
        banks.                                                 
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 671  Unemployment compensation benefits; clarify definition    Guice
        of misconduct for disqualification.                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 672  Teaching requirements; K-8 teachers must have completed   Guice
        college-level course in American History.              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 673  Schools; require to use construction manager for          Guice
        construction project of $15,000,000.00 or more.        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 674  Sale of checks law; revise certain provisions of.         Guice
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 675  Mississippi Department of Corrections; increase fee       Malone
 * %    paid by offenders on parole, probation or under other  
        supervision by Community Services Division.            
           03/17 Approved by Governor
HB 676  Telephone solicitations; prohibit for subscribers who     Rotenberry
   %    notify Public Service Commission.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 677  Mississippi Plant Act; include noxious weeds within       Holland
   %    regulation of pests.                                   
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 678  Meat Inspection Law; provide administrative procedures    Holland
 *      concerning penalties for violations.                   
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB 679  Weighmaster's bonds; require surety approval by           Holland
        Commissioner of Insurance.                             
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 680  Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property     Holland
  $%    and services to Mississippi affiliates of Habitat for  
        Humanity.                                              
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 681  Sales tax exemption; provide on parking fees/admission    Holland
  $%    to activities conducted on property belonging to the   
        State Fair Commission.                                 
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 682  Property and casualty insurance; prohibit insurers from   Holland
        charging higher rates solely on insured's single       
        status.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 683  Director of Division of Medicaid; remove from omnibus     Holland
        pay section.                                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 684  Organic certification law; revise to conform with         Holland
 *      national organic program.                              
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB 685  Public lands; authorize DFA to transfer certain           Holland
 *      property to Department of Agriculture and Commerce.    
           03/17 Approved by Governor
HB 686  Audits of insurance companies; clarify qualifications     Stevens
        required of the accountants who perform audits.        
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB 687  Legal process served on Commissioner of Insurance;        Stevens
   %    charge insurance company fee at time of service.       
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 688  Investment of certain funds by domestic insurance         Stevens
        companies; clarify percentage allowed.                 
           03/17 Approved by Governor
HB 689  Surplus lines insurance agents; revise qualifications     Stevens
 * %    for licensing of.                                      
           03/31 (H) Died In Conference
HB 690  Domestic insurance companies; prohibit from insuring      Stevens
        risks outside the United States unless authorized to do
        so.                                                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 691  Larger fraternal benefit societies; revise method/fee     Stevens
   %    for service of process upon.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 692  New domestic insurance company financial statements;      Stevens
        revise filing requirements.                            
           03/12 Approved by Governor
HB 693  Insurance agents; eliminate requirement to exhibit        Stevens
        agent certificate on demand.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 694  Foreign insurance companies; require to file their        Stevens
   %    bylaws and articles of incorporation.                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 695  Larger fraternal benefit societies; provide solvency      Stevens
        standard.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 696  Larger fraternal benefits societies; revise license       Stevens
   %    term.                                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 697  Larger fraternal benefit societies; clarify filing        Stevens
        requirements for admission of foreign societies.       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 698  Contracts; prohibit noncompetition provisions in          Ishee
        certain contracts between health care providers and    
        others.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 699  Tinted motor vehicle windows; require inspection          Woods
   %    stations to test and issue labels.                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 700  Divorce; revise grounds for irreconcilable differences.   Capps
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 701  Income tax; provide a credit for taxpayers who convey     McBride
 *$%    land or interests in land for certain conservation     
        purposes.                                              
           03/23 Approved by Governor
HB 702  Crimes; prohibit consumption of alcohol by minors.        Reeves
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 703  D.U.I.; create separate offense of violating D.U.I. law   Reeves
        with minor as vehicle occupant.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 704  Motor vehicle operators; unlawful to avoid driver's       Reeves
        license or sobriety checkpoint.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 705  Implied Consent Law; appeals from justice court for       Reeves
   %    violations given priority on county and circuit court  
        docket.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 706  Implied consent; no dismissal or not guilty finding for   Reeves
        failure to provide full information.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 707  Implied consent; revise penalties for 2nd and 3rd         Reeves
   %    offense with higher blood alcohol concentration.       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 708  Implied consent; no nonadjudication in zero tolerance     Reeves
   %    if no chemical test is given.                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 709  Implied Consent; revise officers authorized to            Reeves
        administer chemical tests.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 710  Implied consent; prohibit reduction of sentence for       Reeves
   %    second or subsequent offenses.                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 711  Seat Belt Law; authorize to be entered as a primary       Reeves
        offense.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 712  DUI manslaughter; clarify.                                Reeves
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 713  Deadly weapons; restrict possession by persons adjudged   Howell
        mentally ill.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 714  Controlled substances; suspend certain state-issued       Howell
   %    licenses for possession of.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 715  Campaign finance; require disclosure of name of           Howell
        candidate receiving in-kind contributions.             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 716  Elections; increase qualifying fees for candidates for    Howell
   %    public office.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 717  Ad valorem taxes; require tax assessor to notify          Howell
        taxpayer of increased assessed value of taxpayer's     
        property.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 718  Hospital; authorize CON for construction in City of       Woods
        Olive Branch in DeSoto County.                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 719  CON; not required to provide extracorporeal lithotripsy   Holland
        services.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 720  Medicaid; require all licensed health care providers to   Holland
   %    be Medicaid providers as condition of licensure.       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 721  Pupil-teacher ratio; set maximum class sizes in           Evans
        kindergarten through Grade 3.                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 722  Property; Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act (NCCUSL).       Watson
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 723  Exemptions from seizure under execution of attachment;    Watson
        revise list of exempt property.                        
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 724  All-terrain vehicles; require operator to present proof   Clark
        of ownership to law enforcement officer.               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 725  Legal holiday; provide that Juneteenth National Freedom   Clark
        Day be declared a legal holiday.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 726  Marriage licenses; shall be accompanied by a family       Clark
        life guide.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 727  Adopted children; establish right to know identity of     Clark
   %    biological parents.                                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 728  Gambling; discourage individuals from incurring           Clark
        gambling debts that may cause loss of home or other    
        serious financial harm.                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 729  Video camera; require in every public school classroom    Clark
        and bus.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 730  Division of Family and Youth Services; create study       Clark
        committee on.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 731  Family Literacy for Family Independence Act; create.      Clark
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 732  State employee salaries; may not be increased with        Clark
        funds allocated for positions not filled or vacant.    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 733  Trimester School Year Pilot Program; establish.           Clark
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 734  Life jackets; require all persons, regardless of age,     Clark
        to wear on board certain vessels.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 735  Mississippi Training and Education Marketing Board;       Clark
        establish.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 736  Mississippi History; require comprehensive course for     Clark
        nineth grade public school students.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 737  Cities of Louisville and Noxapater; authorize to levy     Moody
   %    hotel and motel tax for tourism.                       
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB 738  Community Mental Health Centers; authorize to             Moody
 * %    fingerprint and perform background checks on employees 
        and volunteers.                                        
           03/17 Approved by Governor
HB 739  Board of Mental Health; clarify authority to use          Moody
   %    fingerprinting for employee background checks.         
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB 740  Board of Mental Health; authorize to enter leases with    Moody
 * %    state and federal agencies.                            
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 741  Red Cross; authorize state departments and agencies to    Moody
        donate annually to.                                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 742  School districts; revise certain sections relating to     Warren
 *      the administration of.                                 
           04/22 Approved by Governor
HB 743  Vocational student organizations; allow Department of     Warren
        Education to utilize staff for and expend vocational   
        funds for.                                             
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 744  Schools; extend repealers on certain sections.            Warren
 *         03/17 Approved by Governor
HB 745  School boards; allow to contract with certain foresters   Warren
        regarding 16th section forest lands.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 746  Schools; exempt from 180-day minimum school calendar      Warren
 *      for time missed due to emergencies.                    
           03/31 (H) Died In Conference
HB 747  Pearl River Valley Water District; increase salary        Green
        authorized paid the executive director.                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 748  Liquefied petroleum gas; allow only owner to fill         Shows
        container.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 749  Automated external defibrillator; prescribe conditions    Moody
 *      for use outside health care facility.                  
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 750  Street rods and antique cars; allow use of blue rear      Montgomery (15th)
        lamps.                                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 751  State depositories; revise definition of "governmental    Guice
        unit" for purposes of public funds collateralization.  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 752  Mississippi Check Cashiers Act; extend repealer  and      Guice
   %    revise certain provisions.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 753  Title pledge lender license; revise amount of surety      Guice
   %    bond/fee for examination of records.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 754  Distinctive license tag; authorize for Mississippi        Eaton
   %    Forestry Association.                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 755  Health insurance; require reimbursement for services of   Moore (60th)
        a podiatrist.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 756  Voter ID; require at polling places.                      Eaton
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 757  Pest control operators; provide limits of insurance       Moore (60th)
        requirements by Commissioner of Agriculture.           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 758  Social workers; enact Mississippi Critical Social         Dedeaux
        Worker Shortage Act.                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 759  Unemployment compensation benefits; eliminate week's      Evans
   %    waiting period for eligibility.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 760  Unemployment compensation; increase weekly benefit        Evans
        amount by $10.00.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 761  Health and disability insurance; counties and             Evans
        municipalities provide free to fire fighters and law   
        enforcement.                                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 762  Workers' compensation; injured professional fire          Evans
        fighters and law enforcement officers receive full     
        amount for one year.                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 763  Mississippi Department of Labor; establish and create     Evans
        appointed position of Commissioner of Labor.           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 764  Workforce Education Program; extend repealer on           Ford
        provision regarding transfer of certain programs to.   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 765  Child care facilities; extend repealer on certain         Ford
        provisions regarding accreditation and exemptions.     
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 766  Nonviable community public water systems; extend          Ford
   %    repealer on provision requiring Health Department to   
        identify and assist.                                   
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 767  Education; extend repealer on required evidence of age    Ford
        for enrollment in public schools.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 768  Education; extend repealer on development of certain      Ford
        curricula by State Board of Education.                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 769  Students; extend repealer on authority to expel           Ford
        habitually disruptive students.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 770  School Crisis Management Program; extend repealer.        Ford
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 771  Oil and gas; extend repealer on exemptions to levy of     Ford
 * %    privilege tax on certain production.                   
           02/13 (H) Died On Calendar
HB 772  Alcoholic beverages; extend repealer on authority of      Ford
        alcoholic beverage control officers to enforce laws    
        regulating wine and beer.                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 773  State Personnel Board; extend repealer establishing;      Ford
 *   V  require board to approve certain salaries.             
           04/23 Vetoed
HB 774  Pregnancy; extend repealer on Mississippi Reducing        Ford
 *      Out-of-Wedlock Pregnancies Incentive Grant Fund.       
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB 775  Disabled persons; extend repealer on law for              Ford
        development of comprehensive plan for providing        
        services to.                                           
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 776  Medicaid; extend repealer on provisions pertaining to     Ford
        drug formulary.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 777  Infant Mortality Task Force; extend repealer on certain   Ford
 *      provisions applicable to.                              
           03/17 Approved by Governor
HB 778  Mississippi Water Resources Council; extend repealer.     Ford
 *         03/11 (S) Died In Committee
HB 779  Forests; extend repealer on provisions of Forestry        Ford
 * %    Commission and forest acreage tax.                     
           04/20 Approved by Governor
HB 780  Intensive Supervision Program; extend repealer.           Ford
 * %       03/17 Approved by Governor
HB 781  Real estate; extend repealer on certain provisions        Ford
   %    regulating brokers and sales of real estate.           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 782  Board of Bar Admissions; extend repealer.                 Ford
 * %       04/20 Approved by Governor
HB 783  Board of Animal Health; extend repealer.                  Ford
 * %       03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 784  Major Economic Impact Act; extend repealer on Yellow      Ford
        Creek Regional Project Board.                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 785  Special Needs Prison Program; extend repealer on.         Ford
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 786  State offenders; extend repealer allowing offenders to    Ford
        serve in county jails.                                 
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB 787  Insurance Integrity Enforcement Bureau; reenact and       Ford
 * %    remove repealer.                                       
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB 788  Court of Appeals; clarify beginning and ending of         Watson
        terms.                                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 789  Ambulance service; establish grant program for counties   Pierce
        with a population of not more than 15,000 to assist in 
        providing.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 790  Mississippi Advantage Jobs Act; revise definition of      Morris
        "new direct job" under.                                
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB 791  Forfeiture; authorize sale of seized weapons in drug      Moss *
        cases.                                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 792  Uninsured motorist coverage; provide that physical        McBride
        contact not necessary if unknown driver causes         
        accident.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 793  Public Service Commission; revise notice requirement      Pierce
 *      for when utilities petition for uncertificated areas.  
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 794  Telephone solicitations; prohibit being made to           Pierce
   %    telephone subscribers on newly established no-call     
        list.                                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 795  Appropriation; Adequate Education Program for full        Pierce
        funding.                                               
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 796  Volunteer fire fighters and first responders; provide     Pierce
        civil liability immunity for.                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 797  Department of Transportation; construct overpasses or     Pierce
        underpasses along U.S. 98 in George County.            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 798  Labor; create Mass Layoff Act.                            Fleming
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 799  State employees; create Organ Donor Leave Act.            Fleming
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 800  Teen court program; authorize establishment in any        Flaggs
 * %    county.                                                
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB 801  Voter registration; require social security number for    Rotenberry
        registration.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 802  Bonds; revise qualification bond for bail agents.         Rogers
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 803  Crimes; revise impersonating bail agent and revise        Rogers
        penalty for bondjumping and fugitive flight.           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 804  Distinctive license tag; authorize to support             Ishee
   %    prevention of child abuse.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 805  Animal euthanasia; authorize the Board of Veterinary      Whittington
   %    Medicine to certify technicians and certain agencies.  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 806  Pesticides; prohibit use or possession of certain         Cummings
        products containing strychnine.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 807  Marriage license; reduce waiting period and delete        Cummings
 *      blood test requirements.                               
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 808  Criminal investigator; additional for Sixth Circuit       West
        Court District.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 809  Mississippi Housing Institute; include for distribution   Wallace
 * %    of residential builder fees.                           
           02/11 (H) Motion to Reconsider Lost
HB 810  Juvenile detention centers; provide at least one          Hines
        certified teacher in each center.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 811  Mississippi Youthbuild Act; create.                       Hines
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 812  Community health clinics; provide immunity from           Robertson
        liability for those serving uninsured patients.        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 813  Professional licenses; suspend for default on state       Howell
   %    educational loans or service conditional scholarships. 
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 814  Capital punishment; abolish and impose life without       Fleming
        parole with hard labor imposed.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 815  Income tax; exclude active duty military compensation     Zuber
  $%    received by a resident while stationed out of state.   
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 816  Housing; prohibit employers from renting or contracting   Fleming
        to provide housing for their employees.                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 817  Real estate broker/salesmen; must be United States        Zuber
        citizen to take licensing exam.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 818  Education; delete repealer on transfer of certain         Frierson
        industrial, adult and workforce training program to    
        junior college board.                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 819  Automobile liability insurance coverage; require before   Ishee
        receiving tag.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 820  Health insurance policies; require coverage for           Whittington
        colorectal cancer examinations.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 821  State flag; revise design to incorporate certain state    Fleming
        emblems.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 822  Medicaid; division shall not provide reimbursement for    Fleming
        prescriptions of Ritalin.                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 823  Mississippi Skill Standards Board; create as advisory     Clark
        board on industry standards.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 824  Universities and community colleges; authorize            Clark
   %    gaming-related courses.                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 825  Health Care Expendable Fund; Treasurer shall deposit      Moody
        2003 tobacco settlement installment payment into.      
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB 826  Superintendent of the Mississippi Schools for the Blind   Warren
        and Deaf; salary to be determined by State Board of    
        Education.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 827  2003 tobacco settlement payment; transfer portion to      Shows *
        Medicaid for expenses of heart/lung transplants.       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 828  Prescription Drug Fair-Pricing Act; enact.                Evans
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 829  The Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision;    McBride
        authorize Governor to execute.                         
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 830  Sentencing; persons convicted of death or serious         Reeves
        injury while driving under the influence are subject to
        85% rule.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 831  Open container law; create.                               Reeves
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 832  Election campaign signs; require removal within 30 days   Howell
        after election.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 833  Tax assessors and collectors; revise salary scale.        Woods
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 834  State toy; set forth Mississippi's connection to the      Holland
        Teddy Bear.                                            
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 835  District attorneys and legal assistants; revise           Watson
        salaries.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 836  County prosecutor; allow Rankin County to employ full     Rogers
 *      time.                                                  
           04/22 Approved by Governor
HB 837  Mississippi Major Economic Impact Act; revise maturity    McCoy
 * %    date for notes issued under.                           
           03/31 (H) Died In Conference
HB 838  Mississippi Business Investment Act; increase amount of   McCoy
 *$%    bonds authorized for and revise use of bond proceeds.  
           04/15 Approved by Governor
HB 839  Bonds; increase amount of bonds that may be issued        McCoy
 *$%    under the Economic Development Highway Act.            
           03/29 (H) Died In Conference
HB 840  Mississippi Business Investment Act; revise matching      McCoy
        funds requirement for certain enterprises.             
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 841  MS Small Business Assistance Act; delete requirement      McCoy
        that planning and development districts file certain   
        reports with legislative committees.                   
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 842  Division of Community Services; extend repealer for       Ford
 *      division within Department of Youth Services.          
           03/29 Approved by Governor
HB 843  Emergency telecommunicators; extend repealer on           Ford
   %    training requirements and funding for training of      
        telecommunicators.                                     
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 844  Capital Improvements Preplanning Fund; extend repealer.   Ford
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 845  Individual On-Site Wastewater Disposal System Law;        Ford
 * %    extend repealer and revise certain provisions.         
           04/20 Approved by Governor
HB 846  Marketing and cultivation permits for certain fish;       Ford
   %    extend repealer on issuance by Department of           
        Agriculture.                                           
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 847  Standard state monetary assessments; extend repealer      Ford
 *      and create State Prosecutor Compensation Fund.         
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB 848  Public defenders; extend repealer on Mississippi Public   Ford
        Defender Task Force.                                   
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 849  Emerging Crops Fund; extend repealer on certain           Ford
 * %    programs funded under and use portion of funds for MS  
        Farmers Central Market purposes.                       
           03/07 Approved by Governor
HB 850  Appropriation; additional to Department of Human          Peranich
 *      Services to hire additional protective service social  
        workers for FY03.                                      
           03/18 (S) Died In Committee
HB 851  Judges; provide for posts in certain chancery and         Scott (17th)
        circuit court districts.                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 852  Health insurance; require reimbursement for services of   Stevens
        marriage and family therapists.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 853  Assignment of judges in civil actions; revise.            Eads
 *         03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 854  Public property; clarify certain property to be           Eads
 *      transferred by MDOT to University of Mississippi.      
           04/20 Approved by Governor
HB 855  Prohibition against deductions from salary of school      Brown
        employees; repeal.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 856  Bail agents; require that fingerprints of applicant be    Stevens
   %    sent to Department of Public Safety and FBI for        
        criminal check.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 857  Teachers; certain may be licensed if college work         Scott (17th)
        accredited by NCATE.                                   
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 858  Gaming license fee; increase and use for problem          Ellis
   %    gambling prevention and treatment program.             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 859  Department of Education; conduct a cost-benefit           Frierson
        analysis of mandatory kindergarten, pre-kindergarten   
        and optional diplomas.                                 
           03/23 Approved by Governor
HB 860  Primary health care clinics; allow counties and cities    Robertson
 *      to provide assistance.                                 
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB 861  Geographic information; establish MS Coordinating         Brown
 *      Council for Remote Sensing and Geographic Information  
        Systems.                                               
           04/20 Approved by Governor
HB 862  Elected judiciary, district attorneys and assistant       Watson
        district attorneys; increase salaries.                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 863  DeSoto Plan for Health Care Services Act of 2003;         Robertson
        establish.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 864  TANF and food stamp benefits; person using EBT card to    Warren
        access benefits must present photo ID.                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 865  Judges; provide additional chancellor for Thirteenth      Warren
        Chancery Court District.                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 866  Aircraft registration fees; exempt aircraft based in      Warren
   %    counties without airports.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 867  Firearms; require registration with Department of         Wallace
        Public Safety.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 868  Weapons; must be 21 to possess unless parents give        Wallace
        consent.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 869  Disabled person; revise qualifications for hunting and    Bailey
   %    fishing license exemptions.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 870  Freshwater fishing license; valid for twelve months       Bailey
   %    from date of issuance.                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 871  Driver's license; require vision screening upon renewal   Bailey
   %    by persons 70 years old or older.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 872  Child support; revise emancipation of a child for         Bailey
        support termination purposes.                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 873  Conviction records; allow expunction for misdemeanors     Bailey
        regardless of age of offender.                         
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 874  Inmate Canteen Fund; allow sheriff to spend for           Green
        educational related items.                             
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 875  Electric utilities; require establishment of farm         Eaton
        residential meters.                                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 876  Resisting arrest; clarify application to fleeing in       Eaton
        motor vehicle.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 877  Food service employees; require physical exam and blood   Eaton
   %    test and verifying health certificate every four years.
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 878  Radar; authorize sheriff and deputies to use on county    Zuber
        roads in counties with a population over 115,000.      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 879  Department of Marine Resources; authorize use of speed    Ellington *
        detection equipment for vessels on marine waters.      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 880  Charter boat; require captains to have proof of           Ellington
   %    participation in DOT random drug testing and liability 
        insurance.                                             
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB 881  Mississippi Fair Commission; receive certain state land   Martinson
   %    for Farmers' Market.                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 882  Highway work zone; revise penalty for speeding.           Ward
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 883  Wildlife; prohibit transportation of live wild hogs       Ward
        within the state.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 884  Scholastic year; decrease number of days required in      Ward
        public schools.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 885  Mortgage lenders; require notice to mortgagers upon       Ward
 *      assignment of mortgage.                                
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 886  Emergency lights; allow volunteer fire fighters to use    Ward
        flashing or strobe lights.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 887  Crimes; provide enhanced penalties for fleeing or         Snowden
        eluding law enforcement officer.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 888  Board on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and            Snowden
        Training; provide authority to establish budget and    
        provide support.                                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 889  Hunting and fishing licenses; exempt persons  disabled    Hamilton
   %    under federal civil service system.                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 890  Certificate of title; certificates for manufactured       Smith (39th)
        homes classified as real property may be cancelled.    
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 891  Sheriffs; authorize Claiborne County to supplement        Middleton
        salary.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 892  Auditor; require to audit certain school district         Frierson
        reports.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 893  State Law Library; allow counties to contract with to     Watson
   %    provide law library services.                          
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 894  Drug and alcohol employee testing statutes; clarify.      Moody
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 895  Drug repository program; establish for donation and       Moody
 *      dispensing of unused drugs to eligible individuals.    
           03/12 (S) Died On Calendar
HB 896  Medicaid; revise eligibility and services, and prohibit   Moody
   %    CONs for certain facilities.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 897  Medicaid; make technical amendments to Medicaid laws.     Moody
 * %       04/21 Approved by Governor
HB 898  Judges; abolish herd method of electing and provide       Watson
        posts in certain Circuit and Chancery Court Districts. 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 899  Ad valorem taxes, exempt property; reimburse City of      Wallace
        Jackson for tax loss resulting from state ownership of 
        property.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 900  Motorized vehicles; prohibit on city sidewalks.           Moak
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 901  Local System Bridge Program; reallocate unused monies     Eakes
        to other counties.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 902  Municipalities; authorize to create traffic-control       Wallace
        monitoring systems.                                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 903  Ambulance service; establish grant program for certain    Eaton
        rural counties to assist in contracting for.           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 904  Mississippi Human Relations Act of 2003; create to        Wallace
        promote equal opportunity for all.                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 905  County prosecuting attorney; delete specific office       Fillingane
   %    expense allowance in Lamar County.                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 906  County prosecuting attorney; increase office expense      Fillingane
   %    allowance in Lamar County.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 907  Judges; create subdistricts in First Chancery and         Moss
        Circuit Court Districts.                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 908  Mississippi Highway 828; delete segment in Yazoo County   Barbour
        from state highway system.                             
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB 909  Tax forfeited lands; revise certain provisions            Simpson
   %    regarding purchase and filing of patents.              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 910  Sixteenth section land; certain cemeteries have           Fillingane
        priority in leasing of for expansion.                  
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 911  Minority-owned businesses; certain entities doing         Wallace
   %    public business file plan on utilization of.           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 912  Minority-owned professional services businesses;          Wallace
        require utilization plan with public contracts.        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 913  Divorce; require counseling of parents of children        Franks
        under 15 years.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 914  Crime lab director and technicians; authorize testimony   Franks
        by affidavit.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 915  Implied consent; refusal of breath test for second or     Franks
   %    subsequent offense under zero tolerance constitutes    
        adult offense.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 916  Wills; revocation by divorce or annulment.                Franks
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 917  State park lakes; authorize counties to assist in         Montgomery (15th)
        reestablishing and improving.                          
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 918  Breast cancer; establish research program for at UMMC     Robertson
   %    and control program for in Health Department.          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 919  Small Enterprise Development Finance Act; increase        Morris
        maximum loan under.                                    
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 920  Health/physical education advisory councils; establish    Warren
        in school districts.                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 921  Overweight load permits; authorize to be issued           Warren
   %    annually for vehicles with GVW of 120,000 pounds or    
        less.                                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 922  Deer hunting season; extend to January 31 for hunting     Eaton
        with guns and dogs.                                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 923  Mobile and manufactured homes; revise collection of ad    Eaton
        valorem taxes.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 924  Boards of supervisors; delete requirement for official    West
        board action authorizing salary increase for members.  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 925  High school athletics; require physician at events        West
        having significant physical contact.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 926  Board on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and            McBride
 *      Training; revise membership.                           
           03/31 (H) Died In Conference
HB 927  Ethanol; remove requirement that gasoline pumps           Whittington
        containing ethanol display certain labels.             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 928  Ethanol; provide that the Commissioner of Agriculture     Whittington
 *      may make certain payments to producers of.             
           04/20 Approved by Governor
HB 929  Juries; implement 10-2 verdict in certain criminal        Ketchings
        cases.                                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 930  CON; increase minimum capital expenditure that requires   Ketchings
        CON review to $5 million.                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 931  Elections; require voter ID.                              Ketchings
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 932  Union workers; create certain rights concerning use of    Ketchings
        union dues.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 933  Critical teacher shortage programs; authorize teachers    Ketchings
        to serve in approved nonpublic schools.                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 934  Open enrollment; authorize students to attend any         Ketchings
        school within district.                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 935  School voucher program;  require State Department of      Ketchings
        Education to establish.                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 936  Driver's license; revise social security number           Evans
   %    requirement.                                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 937  Marine waters; conform channel marker description to      Ellington
        redesignated numbers by U.S. Coast Guard.              
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 938  Marine violations; allow the commission on marine         Ellington
        resources to suspend license for certain violations.   
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 939  Saltwater sports fishing licenses; valid for 12 months    Zuber
   %    from date of issuance.                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 940  Distinctive license tags; authorize for various           Moak
 * %    organizations.                                         
           04/20 Approved by Governor
HB 941  Liens; repeal law authorizing assignment of ad valorem    Moak
        tax liens.                                             
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 942  Medical documents; prohibit health care providers from    Moak
        charging excessive rates.                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 943  Distinctive motor vehicle license tags; provide for the   Moak
   %    issuance of to supporters of the Mississippi Nurses    
        Foundation.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 944  Adoption; authorize opening of adoption records when      Barnett (92nd)
   %    child reaches age eighteen years.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 945  Medical license; create limited faculty medical           Barnett (92nd)
 * %    license.                                               
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 946  Medical license; allow renewal by electronic means.       Barnett (92nd)
 * %       04/20 Approved by Governor
HB 947  County officials; increase salaries.                      Fillingane
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 948  Child support; provide for automatic arrest for six       Fillingane
        months delinquency on payments.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 949  School bus turnarounds; authorize counties to gravel      Fillingane
        and maintain for private school buses.                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 950  Consumer protection; allow refund instead of store        Fillingane *
        credit for returns of merchandise.                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 951  Wrongful death; when a will exists damages shall be       Fillingane
        distributed according to the will.                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 952  Deeds of Trust; require indexing instructions.            Fillingane
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 953  DNA testing; require for all felons.                      Fillingane
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 954  Alcoholic beverages and beer; require separate election   Fillingane
        to allow sale of when a wet city annexes a portion of a
        dry county.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 955  Parole; prohibit for persons sentenced to life            Fillingane
        imprisonment regardless of health status.              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 956  Medicaid; provide reimbursement for full body casts for   Fillingane
        certain adults with spina bifida.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 957  Telephone solicitors; prohibit from blocking consumers'   Fillingane
        use of caller I.D.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 958  Oil & gas wells; drilling company is responsible for      Fillingane
        reasonable payment to surface owner for land           
        displacement.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 959  Oil & Gas; revise notice requirements before drilling.    Fillingane
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 960  Life insurance; require interest to be paid from date     Fillingane
        of death until claim is paid.                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 961  Contact lens; Fair Trade Practice Act for procurement     Fillingane
        of.                                                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 962  Mississippi Highway 25; designate segment in Monroe       Markham
        County as "Walton Greene Gray Memorial Highway."       
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 963  Bail agents; raise bond requirement for licensure.        Baker
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 964  Abortion; if abortion fails child may not be              Fillingane
        intentionally allowed to die.                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 965  Appointments to executive agency boards and               Fillingane
        commissions; to be made from new congressional         
        districts.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 966  Distinctive license tags; authorize to support any        Rogers
   %    public school district in the state.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 967  Distinctive veterans license tag; additional fee due      Reynolds
   %    only upon initial application.                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 968  Legislative elections; change qualifying deadline for     Smith (39th)
        2011 only if 2010 census is not timely received by the 
        Governor.                                              
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB 969  Gaming license fee; increase and use portion of           Ellis
   %    additional revenue for salary increases for Bureau of  
        Narcotics.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 970  State Board of Human Services; create to provide policy   Holland
        direction for DHS.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 971  Death reports; notify Bureau of Narcotics of drug         Eads
 *      overdoses.                                             
           04/22 Approved by Governor
HB 972  Filing fees; revise for chancery and circuit court        Blackmon
 * %    complaints and petitions.                              
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 973  County court; increase jurisdiction limit.                Watson
 *         03/18 Approved by Governor
HB 974  Special fuels; repeal provision that allows nonhighway    McCoy
   %    use of undyed diesel fuel (STC).                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 975  Gaming licensees; State Tax Commission to prescribe the   McCoy
        manner in which gross revenue shall be reported for    
        taxes (STC).                                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 976  Ad valorem taxation; provide that embedded computer       McCoy
  $%    software is not exempt from (STC).                     
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB 977  Domestic abuse; violation of a protective order           Whittington
        constitutes misdemeanor.                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 978  Domestic abuse; require court to conduct hearing before   Whittington
        modification or termination of protective orders.      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 979  Domestic abuse; knowing violator of a protective order    Whittington
 *      guilty of misdemeanor and may be arrested without a    
        warrant.                                               
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB 980  Domestic violence; arrest that constitutes misdemeanors   Whittington
        must be reported to the Attorney General's office.     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 981  Child custody; create presumption against awarding        Whittington
        custody to parent with history of family violence.     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 982  Domestic violence; delete requirement of arrest under     Whittington
        certain circumstances for domestic violence.           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 983  Domestic violence; require convicted offenders to         Whittington
        participate in program endorsed by local domestic      
        violence program or shelter.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 984  Domestic Violence Fund; increase divorce fees to          Whittington
   %    generate revenue for funding.                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 985  Domestic violence; clarify 24-hour period for court       Whittington
        appearances and limit bail settings to misdemeanors.   
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB 986  Motor Vehicle Commission; revise qualifications of        Miles
        members and clarify manufacturer inducements allowed   
        for government sales.                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 987  County and city inmates; require to assist in the         Mayo
   %    payment of costs of incarceration.                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 988  State-owned or leased motor vehicles; authorize State     Stevens
        Fire Marshal's office to have certain unmarked cars.   
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 989  Council on Obesity Prevention and Management; extend      Whittington
 *      existence until 2006.                                  
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB 990  Factory-built homes; no felon shall be licensed as a      Stevens
   %    manufacturer, transporter, installer or dealer of.     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 991  Bail bondsmen; prohibit certain acts and revise           Stevens
        definitions.                                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 992  Local Government Information Systems Task Force;          Stevens
 *      create.                                                
           04/20 Approved by Governor
HB 993  Wardens; authorize as chief corrections officer for       Stevens
        regional correctional facilities housing state inmates.
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 994  Public Buildings; require Department of Finance and       Stevens
        Administration to prepare estimate of costs for certain
        bond-funded projects.                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 995  Medicaid and Rehabilitation Services; allow one vehicle   Moody
 *      to be unmarked.                                        
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB 996  Cigarettes; revise requirements related to cigarettes     Moody
        in interstate commerce.                                
           02/17 (H) Died On Calendar
HB 997  Infant Mortality Task Force; extend repealer on           Moody
        organization of.                                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB 998  Medical examiners; must perform death scene               Moody
        investigation for all unexplained infant deaths.       
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 999  Retirement; authorize members of MS National Guard to     Eads
        be included as a coverage group in PERS.               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1000  Medicaid; division shall apply for waiver of facility     Snowden
   %    assessment upon request.                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1001  Health insurance policies; require coverage for           Coleman (65th)
        colorectal cancer examinations.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1002  Mandatory motor vehicle liability insurance;              Coleman (65th)
        municipalities to retain portion of fines.             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1003  Business Corporation Act; technical revisions (BLAG).     Pierce
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1004  Controlled substances; revise precursor law.              Pierce
 *         03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1005  Abortions; physicians performing in clinics must be       Fillingane
        board certified in OB/GYN.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1006  Controlled substances analogue; include in Controlled     Moody
        Substances Act and other criminal penalty laws.        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1007  Law enforcement officers and emergency services           Evans
   %    personnel; establish separate retirement system for.   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1008  Department of Education; order textbooks, equipment and   Barnett (92nd)
 *      school supplies before beginning of fiscal year for    
        certain schools.                                       
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1009  Mortgage brokers; courses approved by Magnolia Mortgage   Wallace
   %    Brokers and Educational Association acceptable for     
        continuing education.                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1010  Distinctive license tags; authorize for Mississippi       Wallace
   %    Nurses Foundation.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1011  Hepatitis C; require health care provider licensing       Flaggs
        boards to establish guidelines to protect public from. 
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1012  Omnibus pay section; remove Director of State Board of    Holloway
        Pharmacy.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1013  State employees raises; require agencies and colleges     Holloway
        to comply strictly with legislative direction.         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1014  Income tax; authorize an adjustment to gross income for   Holloway
  $%    child support payments made pursuant to court order.   
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1015  Health insurance; mandate coverage of keloid removal.     Clarke
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1016  Elected officials; require to return contributions to     Clarke *
        political party if official changes political party    
        affiliation.                                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1017  Disabled parking; private property owner may tow          Fleming
        vehicles in violation.                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1018  Mississippi Emergency Management Law; clarify criteria    Hamilton
        for price restrictions during state of emergency.      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1019  Child care facility licensure; delete repealer on         Moody
        exemption for certain accredited programs.             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1020  Criminal background checks; clarify procedures for        Moody
   %    certain employees at health care facilities.           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1021  Department of Health; revise fees for food service        Moody *
        establishments, wastewater disposal systems and        
        pressure vessels.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1022  Personal care homes; delete repealer on certain           Moody
   %    licensure standards for.                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1023  Mississippi Civil Legal Assistance Fund; create and       Watson
   %    provide filing fee to fund.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1024  Mississippi Civil Legal Assistance Fund; create.          Watson
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1025  Vulnerable Adults Act; require report of death caused     Moak
        by abuse.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1026  Supreme Court; revise time for certain justices to take   Moak
        office.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1027  Drug courts; establish for each circuit court district.   Clarke
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1028  Garnishment; authorize payments in justice court to go    Holloway
        directly to plaintiff or his attorney.                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1029  911 Board of Commissioners; revise composition of board   Coleman (65th)
        and duties.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1030  Illegitimate children; delete requirement for Health      Moody
        Department to report birth information to DAs.         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1031  Liquefied compressed gas permits; require permittee to    Stevens
   %    obtain annual renewal and certain insurance.           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1032  Therapeutic riding instructors; establish state program   Ford
   %    of certification for.                                  
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB1033  Appropriation; K-12, college, university and other        Capps
 *      educational activities.                                
           02/05 Approved by Governor
HB1034  IHL; reduce and delete certain sums in FY03               Capps
        appropriation.                                         
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1035  Budget Contingency Fund; transfer monies from certain     Capps
        special funds into.                                    
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1036  Budget Contingent Fund; provide for transfer and          Capps
 * % V  deposit of certain funds into.                         
           04/04 (H) Veto Sustained
HB1037  Local System Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation        McCoy
  $%    Fund; issue bonds and revise appropriation requirement 
        for.                                                   
           03/18 (S) Died In Committee
HB1038  Sales tax; divert portion of revenue to Special Funds     McCoy
 *      Transfer Fund.                                         
           04/21 Approved by Governor
HB1039  Department of Information Technology Services; require    Reeves
        to develop certain policies regarding cellular         
        telephones.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1040  Facilities in a public utility's rate base; give native   Ellis *
 *      load customers priority in use of.                     
           03/14 Approved by Governor
HB1041  Home-schooled students; allow to participate in public    Frierson
        high school athletics if they pass a certain exam.     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1042  Medicaid; division shall establish policy prioritizing    Rotenberry
   %    services to be provided when under funded.             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1043  Voting; allow a voter who moves to a different voting     Fleming
        precinct in the state to transfer registration.        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1044  Medical marijuana; allow use by seriously ill patients    Fleming
        under doctor's supervision.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1045  Medicaid; revise reimbursement for ambulance.             Moody
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1046  Mississippi individual on-site wastewater disposal        Moody
   %    system law; extend repealer and reenact with changes.  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1047  Fees; limit county tax collector fees for services to     Flaggs
   %    actual cost of collecting taxes unless a contract      
        exists.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1048  Revenue maximization contracts; clarify reimbursement     Gadd
 *      of federal funds.                                      
           03/07 Approved by Governor
HB1049  Podiatrists; revise definition of practice of podiatric   Robertson
        medicine.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1050  Scholarships; establish program at state colleges and     Espy
        university for orphans.                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1051  Students; require meningitis vaccination when residing    Barnett (92nd)
        in university on-campus housing.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1052  Crimes; create offense regarding laser beams and          Ellington
        pointers.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1053  Public works project; increase dollar threshold           Stringer
        requiring engineer and architect for construction.     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1054  Chickasaw Trail Economic Development Compact; repeal      Woods
 * %    laws authorizing State of Mississippi to enter.        
           03/07 Approved by Governor
HB1055  Board of Dental Examiners; revise certain licensure       Moody
   %    requirements.                                          
           03/14 Approved by Governor
HB1056  Crop Duster loading vehicles; exempt from motor vehicle   Woods
   %    tags, taxes and load restrictions.                     
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB1057  Home health care workers; allow to report illegal         Wells-Smith
        activities they observe and provide immunity.          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1058  Drug and alcohol offenders; first-time nonviolent         Watson
   %    offenders go to rehabilitation.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1059  Municipal annexation; require election on question of.    Horne
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1060  County superintendent of education; prohibit electors     Mitchell
        in municipal school district from participation in     
        election.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1061  Medical Practice Disclosure Act; enact and require        Ryals
   %    certain physicians to undergo drug testing.            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1062  Retirement; remove remarriage penalty for surviving       Masterson
        spouses of deceased members of fire/police systems.    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1063  Highway signs; require MDOT to erect signs indicating     Mitchell
        the location of agricultural farming operations.       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1064  Wildlife Heritage Fund; authorize wildlife commission     Moore (100th)
        to obtain land for outdoor recreation.                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1065  Local system bridge program; unused county allocation     Mitchell
        of monies reallocated after 3 years.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1066  Per diem; increase for county port and harbor             Compretta
        commission.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1067  Court reporters; revise length of eligibility for         Smith (59th)
        temporary certification.                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1068  Deeds; require all city and county taxes to be paid       Hudson
        before recording.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1069  Parole; prohibit previously convicted felons from         Moore (60th)
        attaining.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1070  Director of the Real Estate Commission; authorize         Denny
        salary increase for director.                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1071  Helmets; must be worn by operators and passengers on      Ryals
        motorcycles only under certain age.                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1072  Asthma; student may self-administer medication while at   Moody
 *      school.                                                
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1073  Service contracts; make subject to the Mississippi        Stevens
 *      Consumer Protection Act.                               
           03/14 Approved by Governor
HB1074  Salaries; allow state, county and municipal employees     Robinson (84th)
        to receive additional compensation and compensatory    
        time.                                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1075  Radar; lower population requirement for cities to use     Mitchell
        on federally designated highways.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1076  Reappraisal; contracts with private firms may be made     Green
        only with those whose appraisers are state certified   
        real estate appraisers.                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1077  Criminal background checks for health care workers;       Smith (59th)
 * %    clarify procedures.                                    
           04/21 Approved by Governor
HB1078  Deer; unlawful to snare, trap, catch or capture.          Hudson
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1079  Railroad grade crossing; clarify safety requirements      Green
        for motorists.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1080  County inmates; sheriff may use to preserve historic      Ellis
 *      cemeteries and serve food for nonprofit organizations. 
           04/20 Approved by Governor
HB1081  Municipal employees; authorize governing authorities to   Evans
        deduct dues with employee authorization.               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1082  Public Records Act; exempt residential house floor        Jennings
        plans that are filed with local planning commissions.  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1083  State employees' leave; prohibit agencies from charging   Pierce
        personal leave to respond to call as volunteer fire    
        fighter.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1084  Remediated property; provide immunity to purchaser or     Moody
 *      owner of property associated with EPA National         
        Priorities List.                                       
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB1085  Fire fighters; authorize to keep badge and helmet upon    Compretta
 *      retirement.                                            
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1086  Highway system; add segment in Tunica, Quitman and        Henderson
        Panola Counties.                                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1087  Vaccinations; Health Department shall offer to first      Moody
 *      responders going to disaster locations.                
           04/22 Approved by Governor
HB1088  Oil and Gas; revise notice requirements before drilling   Hudson
        and secure surface owner's signature before seismic    
        exploration.                                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1089  Hunting and fishing license; authorize issuance of        Hudson
        resident license to out-of-state military personnel.   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1090  Motor vehicle repairs; prohibit use of aftermarket        Wallace
        crash parts without owner's consent.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1091  Circuit courts; create separate district for DeSoto       Jennings
        County.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1092  Eighty-five percent rule; apply to large quantities of    Moore (60th)
        controlled substances.                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1093  Municipal garbage disposal services; authorize            Denny
   %    authorities to exempt certain persons from charges.    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1094  Aircraft; revise definition of what constitutes           Barnett (92nd)
        operation of.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1095  Traffic tickets; authorize to be issued electronically    Compretta
 *      (DPS).                                                 
           04/22 Approved by Governor
HB1096  Community hospitals; revise types of investments for.     Howell
 *         03/14 Approved by Governor
HB1097  State Board of Health; revise composition of.             Moody
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1098  Business advertising signs; prohibit governing            Miles *
   %    authorities from imposing fees and privilege taxes.    
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1099  Unemployment compensation; disqualify permanently         Stevens
        employees disqualified for misconduct.                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1100  Gaming; public schools may not teach persons to gamble.   Ketchings
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1101  Distinctive license tag; authorize for attorneys.         Banks
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1102  Distinctive license tag; authorize for persons licensed   Banks
   %    by the State Board of Funeral Service.                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1103  Partition sale; right of first refusal for family         Banks
        members and co-owners.                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1104  Trial by jury; allow and restrict contractual waiver of   Moak
        right to trial by jury.                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1105  Crimes; revise malicious mischief (MPA).                  Blackmon
 *         03/18 Approved by Governor
HB1106  Disabled persons' license tag; authorize caretaker of     Robinson (84th) *
        disabled person to obtain.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1107  Adoption; prohibit facilitator from handling adoptions.   Zuber
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1108  Governor's Department of Disability; establish.           Holland
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1109  School transportation vehicles; require certain safety    Green
        procedures at railroad crossings.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1110  Auto insurers; must pay prevailing rate of repair shops   Wallace
        in certain geographical area.                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1111  Mississippi Code; provide one additional set to           Ford
 *      Legislative Budget Office.                             
           04/22 Approved by Governor
HB1112  Motor vehicle liability insurance; tickets may be         Chism
        issued for failure to have card at roadblocks and      
        accidents.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1113  Mississippi Residential Property Insurance Underwriting   Stevens
 * %    Association; create.                                   
           04/20 Approved by Governor
HB1114  C.O.N.; issue to establish end stage renal dialysis       Howell
        facility in Montgomery County.                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1115  Title pledge lenders; revise certain provisions of        Guice
   %    licensure law.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1116  Private security personnel; require firearms training.    Henderson
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1117  Ad valorem taxes, appraisal of property; authorize        Jennings
   %    counties to use aerial photography for.                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1118  Hunting and fishing license; exempt retired Mississippi   Davis *
   %    National Guard who are at least 55 years of age.       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1119  Crimes; prohibit injury to or killing of public service   Martinson
        animals.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1120  Crimes; create offense of killing or injuring a public    Robinson (84th)
 *      service animal.                                        
           03/31 Approved by Governor
HB1121  Crimes; increase threshold and revise penalties for       Blackmon
 *      larceny and related crimes (MPA).                      
           03/31 Approved by Governor
HB1122  Statewide privilege tax; revise definition of "place of   Eaton
  $%    business."                                             
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1123  Seat Belt Law; authorize person to be exempt from upon    Moak *
        filing a declaration with the Department of Public     
        Safety.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1124  Retirement; delete prohibition on military service        Cameron
        being used for credit in more than one PERS system.    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1125  Courts; allow chancery courts to hear tort claims act     Moak
        cases that are sent back from appellate courts.        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1126  Institutions of higher learning; prohibit preadmissions   Straughter
        testing for certain people and have students maintain  
        certain standards.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1127  Nursing homes; if only one nursing home in a county, it   Green
        may increase number of Medicaid beds without CON.      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1128  Mississippi Major Economic Impact Authority; authorize    Cummings
 * %    to convey certain property to local governments.       
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB1129  Seat belt; jury may be informed if injured passenger      Maples
        refused request from driver to wear.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1130  Trusty time allowance; increase from 10 to 15 days of     Banks
        reduction for program participation.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1131  Trusty time allowance; increase from 10 to 30 days of     Banks
        reduction for program participation.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1132  School districts; allow those anticipating high growth    Eads
   %    due to "Advantage Mississippi Initiative" to issue     
        certain bonds.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1133  Comprehensive Risk Pool for Medical Malpractice           Stevens
 *      Insurance; establish.                                  
           02/13 (H) Died On Calendar
HB1134  Retirement; allow certain PERS retirees to return to      Eads
        work and continue to receive a retirement allowance.   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1135  Auto liability insurance; require the Department of       Chism
   %    Public Safety to randomly sample registrations.        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1136  Insurance agent; revise definition under insurance        Moak
        laws.                                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1137  Justice court; authorize full-time public defender for    Jennings
        DeSoto County.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1138  Corrections; increase number of juvenile offenders        Malone
        Department of Corrections can contract for with Walnut 
        Grove Correctional Authority.                          
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1139  Voter registration; authorize mail-in applications to     Banks
        be distributed in polling places.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1140  Community colleges; require to participate in property    Rotenberry
        insurance plan administered by Tort Claims Board.      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1141  Community colleges; require to participate in property    Stevens
        insurance plan administered by Tort Claims Board.      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1142  Property purchased with stolen funds; provide for         Watson
 *      seizure, sale and distribution to victims.             
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1143  Homestead exemption; allow tax assessor to amend          Green
   %    application to correct certain errors.                 
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1144  Hospitals; provide for lien upon claims of injured        Moody
        persons treated by hospital for payment of bills.      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1145  Soil and Water Commission; conform membership to new      Holland
 *      congressional districts.                               
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1146  Elections; conform state election laws to the federal     Reynolds
 *      Help America Vote Act of 2002.                         
           02/12 (H) Ruled Improperly Before House
HB1147  Responsible Alcohol Vendor Program; establish.            Janus
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1148  Auto liability insurance policies; shall pay all          Chism
        compensatory sums insured obligated to pay.            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1149  Responsible Alcohol Vendor Program; establish.            Formby
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1150  Electronic commercial services; prohibit government       Coleman (65th)
 *      from providing when private sector does so.            
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1151  Caskets stores; require registration with and             Banks
        regulation by the State Board of Funeral Service.      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1152  County budget; increase maximum expenditures authorized   Jennings
        during election year for road work equipment and labor.
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1153  Contractors; clarify reciprocity on competency            Moore (60th)
   %    examination.                                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1154  Trucks carrying spillable loads; load must be covered.    Straughter
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1155  First grade; authorize enrollment of children under age   Straughter
        6 who pass assessment.                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1156  Curriculum; create pilot project to teach anger           Straughter
        management class in kindergarten through Grade 12.     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1157  Cellular phones; create misdemeanor offense for causing   Smith (27th)
        accident while using.                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1158  State automobile museum; designate the Tupelo Auto        Scott (17th)
        Museum, Inc., as.                                      
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB1159  Public contracts; one percent price preference given to   Rushing
        resident bidder in contracts of $25,000.00 or more.    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1160  Highway Patrol Officers; increase salaries.               Rushing
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1161  Retirement; provide for creditable service in PERS for    Rushing
        service in Mississippi National Guard.                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1162  Suffrage; restore to Hugh King of Claiborne County.       Middleton
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1163  Damages; include EMTs, paramedics and ambulance           Malone
        services in noneconomic cap.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1164  Commissioner of Corrections; authorize supervision of     Malone
        terminally ill offenders by Community Corrections      
        Division.                                              
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1165  The Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision;    Malone
   %    authorize Governor to execute.                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1166  Health insurance; must offer coverage for comprehensive   Moody
        rehabilitation services.                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1167  Child custody; rebuttable presumption that placement      Eads
        with abusive parent not in best interest of child.     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1168  Judicial appointments; revise procedure and               Banks
        requirements.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1169  Zoning; require petition of sixty percent of property     Wells-Smith
        owners to change.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1170  Motor vehicle privilege tax; clarify distribution of      Denny
   %    tax levied on certain trucks.                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1171  Marine license; authorize commission to establish         Ellington
   %    program to provide electronically.                     
           03/14 Approved by Governor
HB1172  Commercial seafood harvesting; broaden area of water      Ellington
        protected by deleting Pascagoula River System and      
        Jackson County.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1173  DUI offenders; commit to Whitfield.                       Mitchell
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1174  Driver's license; revise minimum age to 18.               Nettles *
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1175  Parking for disabled; revise definition to include        Pierce
        persons legally blind.                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1176  Board on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and            Robinson (84th)
        Training; add member.                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1177  Commercial contractors; delete exemption on commercial    Wallace
   %    projects and provide fee for application of certificate
        of responsibility.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1178  County election commissioner; allow to become a           Young
 *      candidate in a special election, provided he resigns.  
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB1179  Fishing licenses; authorize reciprocity with Alabama      Zuber
        for persons 65 and older.                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1180  Motor vehicle headlights; require to meet vehicle         Zuber
        manufacturer specifications.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1181  DNA identification; require every offender committed to   Mitchell
        the custody of the Mississippi Department of           
        Corrections to get DNA test.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1182  Public utility districts; increase maximum number of      Mitchell
        meetings for which commissioners may be compensated.   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1183  Outdoor advertising signs; revise certain size            Holland
        restrictions.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1184  Traffic accident reports; delete certain reporting        Compretta
 *      requirements (DPS).                                    
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1185  License tags for the disabled; revise time of             Green
        disability of applicant and expiration date.           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1186  Beaver Control Advisory Board; add members and            Green
        authorize reimbursement for travel expenses.           
           03/14 Approved by Governor
HB1187  Meritorious earned time; abolish limit on amount of       Malone
        time offender can earn.                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1188  Correctional Field Officers; authorize to retain          Malone
        service weapon upon retirement.                        
           02/11 (H) Tabled
HB1189  Restitution centers; establish eligibility standards      Malone
 *      for offenders.                                         
           04/22 Approved by Governor
HB1190  Intensive supervision program; provide field officers     Malone
 *      with discretion in arresting violators of program.     
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1191  Corrections; revise criteria for assigning or allowing    Malone
        offenders to participate in Public Service Work        
        Programs.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1192  Luminous reflectors; require installation on certain      Malone
        roads.                                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1193  Sex offender registration; create fund for community      Janus
   %    notification and registration costs.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1194  Construction defects; allow contractors to cure           Eads
        defects.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1195  Abandoned property; authorize municipality to deduct      Coleman (65th)
 * %    wrecker and storage fees from amount returned to owner 
        after sale of.                                         
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1196  Seat Belt Law; delete provision requiring violator to     Young
        be charged and convicted of some other offense and     
        increase fine.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1197  Vehicle inflatable safety restraint system; unlawful to   Compretta
        install using improper parts.                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1198  Master lease-purchase program; provide for mandatory      Brown
   %    hold back of portion of payments.                      
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1199  Pavement projects; require MDOT to perform life-cycle     Moore (60th)
        cost analysis.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1200  Mississippi Resident Tuition Assistance Grant Program;    Read
        include Tulane's coast branch.                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1201  Weapons; return of weapon after charges dropped if        Banks
        owner is an adult.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1202  Landlord/Tenant Act; require that certain properties      Fleming
        meet federal guidelines.                               
           02/13 (H) Died On Calendar
HB1203  Students; require vaccinations against hepatitis A and    Moody
        B before enrolling in college or university.           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1204  Municipal parking regulations; authorize governing        Denny
 * %    authorities to delegate authority to enforce.          
           02/05 (H) Died In Committee
HB1205  Zoning; require majority vote to change.                  Denny
           02/11 (H) Tabled
HB1206  Motor vehicle seat belts; tickets may be issued for       Straughter
        violations at roadblock.                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1207  Mandatory auto liability insurance; authorize agency      Chism
        writing ticket to keep 50% of the fine money.          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1208  State employees; direct State Personnel Board to          Mitchell
        provide a minimum salary of $1,200.00 per month.       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1209  Employee layoffs; require large retailers to give 12      Barbour
        months notice when layoff is 50 or more employees.     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1210  State employees; increase salaries by six hundred         Mitchell
        dollars.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1211  Fictitious grouping; allow if preferred rates are         Stevens
        actuarially justified and approved by Insurance        
        Commissioner.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1212  Mississippi Insurance Underwriting Association Law;       Simpson
   %    reenact to assure market for coverage on coast.        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1213  Electronic video machines; legalize in premises other     Hines
   %    than vessels.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1214  Parole; allow nonviolent second offenders to be           Malone
        eligible for.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1215  Retirement; state elected officials in PERS may           Moak
        purchase additional years of creditable service.       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1216  Telephone solicitations; prohibit for subscribers who     Barnett (116th)
 * %    notify Public Service Commission.                      
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1217  Medical bills; authorize to be collected as open          Guice
        account.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1218  Scholarships; give full to out-of-state students who      Robinson (63rd)
        meet certain requirements.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1219  Residential school; establish at Mississippi Valley       Clark
        State University for high school students who are      
        behind academically.                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1220  Hospital employees; establish program of paid             Moody
 * %    educational leave for.                                 
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1221  Hospitals; establish rural hospital assistance program    Holland
   %    for those in financial distress.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1222  Rehabilitation services; amend CON law to specifically    Moody
        address distinct-part rehabilitation services.         
           02/13 (H) Died On Calendar
HB1223  Omnibus Pay Section; delete Director of Rehabilitation    Maples
        Services.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1224  Brewpubs; allow to provide complimentary beverages to     Simpson
        certain persons, increase percent of alcohol in        
        beer/wine from 4% to 5%.                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1225  Smoking; prohibit in enclosed public places with          Mayo
        certain exceptions.                                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1226  State employees; provide 100% health coverage to first    Mitchell
        three dependents of all active full-time employees.    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1227  Life insurance; provide that the proceeds become due as   Stevens
 *      of the date of the death of the insured.               
           03/31 (H) Died In Conference
HB1228  Social workers; provide in schools having high            Scott (80th)
        incidences of crime and violence.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1229  Rural Fire Rescue and Extrication Equipment Program;      Ryals
   %    create and issue bonds to fund.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1230  State Board of Education; allow to invest surplus         Warren
 *      sixteenth section land funds like other political      
        subdivisions of the state.                             
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB1231  Auto liability insurance; require before receiving tag    Simpson
        on inspection sticker.                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1232  Medical Education Scholarship Program; revise             Moody
 *      commitment periods and loan amounts.                   
           03/14 Approved by Governor
HB1233  Recreational Facilities Activity Fund; create and use     Scott (80th)
        for recreational facilities on school property.        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1234  Homework; require teachers to incorporate daily and       Scott (80th)
        weekly assignments into their curriculum.              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1235  Local Governments Livable Communities Investment          Scott (80th)
   %    Program; create and issue general obligation bonds to  
        partially fund.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1236  Home Detention for Juveniles Program; establish under     Scott (80th)
   %    Department of Human Services.                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1237  Corrections; allow certain nonviolent offenders to be     Scott (80th)
        eligible for an increased earned-time allowance.       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1238  Drug offenders; require rehabilitation and testing        Scott (80th)
   %    before release.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1239  Insurance reform feasibility study committee; create.     Scott (80th)
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1240  Counselors; provide in elementary schools.                Scott (80th)
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1241  School resource officers; establish pilot program under   Scott (80th)
 *      Department of Education.                               
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1242  Criminal offense; prohibit racial profiling.              Scott (80th)
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1243  Employers; require to grant certain leave time to         Scott (80th)
        employees who are victims of violent crime.            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1244  Health instructions; require public schools to include    Scott (80th)
        in physical education courses.                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1245  State health care programs; create task force to study    Scott (80th)
        feasibility of merging various.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1246  Voter registration; require application to be offered     Scott (80th)
        by DPS at time of applying for license if 18 or over.  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1247  Children-at-risk; establish the Motivating Parents and    Scott (80th)
   %    Children (M.P.A.C.) pilot program for school districts.
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1248  Election ballots; pollworkers required to explain to      Scott (80th)
        voters.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1249  Community development corporations; establish a grant     Scott (80th)
        program within Mississippi Development Authority.      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1250  Study committee; create statutory committee to study      Scott (80th)
        racial profiling.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1251  Children; require counseling when parents divorce.        Scott (80th)
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1252  Domestic violence; DHS enforce standards to help          Scott (80th)
        protect TANF recipients who are victims of.            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1253  House Arrest Program; expand to include juvenile          Scott (80th)
   %    delinquents.                                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1254  Drugs; establish drug courts.                             Scott (80th)
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1255  Victims' compensation; establish for certain racially     Scott (80th)
        motivated criminal conduct.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1256  Residential lease; aged or disabled person may cancel     Scott (80th)
        without liability under certain circumstances.         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1257  Drug courts; establish statewide system (S.Ct.).          Barnett (92nd)
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1258  Mississippi Civil Right Monument Commission; create for   Banks
        purpose of constructing civil rights monument.         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1259  Judicial office allowance; clarify how funds may be       Banks
        used.                                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1260  Courts; abolish herd and provide posts in certain         Moak
        chancery and circuit court districts.                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1261  Poplarville School District; provide for elected school   Frierson
        board.                                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1262  School districts; provide for elected boards.             Frierson
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1263  Superintendents; have local school boards appoint.        Lott
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1264  Drainage districts; give quick-take authority for         Simpson
        rights-of-way and easements.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1265  Preneed funeral services; sellers must register with      Banks
   %    Board of Funeral Services.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1266  Garnishment and examination of judgement debtor; make     Guice
        available in justice court.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1267  Drainage districts; allow commissioners to receive        Simpson
        mileage and travel expenses as for public employees.   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1268  Mississippi Major Economic Impact Authority; exempt       Morris
        from certain public procurement laws.                  
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1269  Court of Appeals; clarify beginning and ending of terms   Watson
        of judges.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1270  County courts; increase jurisdictional limits in          Banks
        largest county.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1271  Justice court; increase jurisdictional amount.            Guice
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1272  Tort Claims Act; include certain emergency room           Dedeaux
        physicians in definition of employee.                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1273  Soil; declare Natchez silt loam as the official state     Dickson
 *      soil of Mississippi.                                   
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB1274  Toll roads; authorize Transportation Commission to        Dickson
   %    contract with private entities to construct.           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1275  Child support; require service on obligor in              Dedeaux
        delinquency cases.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1276  Radar; authorize sheriff of any county to use to          Masterson
        enforce speeding laws on county roads.                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1277  Medicaid physician immunity; limit damages to             Masterson
        $250,000.00.                                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1278  Damages; cap noneconomic damages in all civil actions.    Chism
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1279  Venue; revise in civil actions.                           Chism
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1280  Innocent seller; provide immunity.                        Chism
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1281  Absentee ballots; count and keep at courthouse.           Rushing
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1282  Suffrage; restore to Chad Loup of Walthall County.        Rushing
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1283  DNA testing; require for all felons.                      Rushing
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1284  Motorcycle Operator Safety Program; establish.            Read
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1285  Major Economic Impact Act; exempt certain purchases of    McCoy
        land from certain title requirements.                  
           03/13 (S) Died In Committee
HB1286  Light wine and beer laws; extend repeal date on           McCoy
 *      authority of alcoholic beverage control officers to    
        enforce.                                               
           03/14 Approved by Governor
HB1287  Mississippi Major Economic Impact Authority; give         McCoy
 * %    authority certain discretionary power with regard to   
        certain projects.                                      
           03/31 (H) Died In Conference
HB1288  Alcoholic Beverage Control; allow agents to retain one    McCoy
        side arm issued to them when they retire.              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1289  Income taxation; remove reverter on method of             McCoy
  $%    determining "arms length" transactions (STC).          
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1290  Tax commission; transfer funds in FY03 appropriation      Capps
        from one category to another.                          
           02/26 Approved by Governor
HB1291  Veterans Affairs Board; transfer funds in FY03            Capps
        appropriation from one category to another.            
           02/13 Approved by Governor
HB1292  Public Employees' Retirement System; transfer funds in    Capps
        FY03 appropriation from one category to another.       
           02/26 Approved by Governor
HB1293  Department of Corrections; transfer funds in FY03         Capps
 *      appropriation among various categories.                
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1294  Bureau of Narcotics; delete major objects of              Capps
 *      expenditure in FY03 appropriation.                     
           03/07 Approved by Governor
HB1295  Budget Contingency Fund; transfer monies from certain     Capps
        special funds into.                                    
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1296  Ballot resolution board; revise make up and establish     Scott (80th)
        standards for examining rejected ballots.              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1297  Schools; require all students to wear uniforms in         Scott (80th)
   %    districts selected for participation in pilot program. 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1298  Corrections; revise 85% rule by excluding nonviolent      Scott (80th)
        offenders and creating a rehabilitation program.       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1299  Ballots; optical mark reading equipment must be           Scott (80th)
        purchased by Jasper County.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1300  Fraudulent sales or contracts with persons 55 or older;   Scott (80th)
        felony offense.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1301  Physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants,    Scott (80th)
 * %    pharmacists; give income tax credit if move to and     
        practice in critical needs area.                       
           03/12 (S) Died On Calendar
HB1302  Uninsured motorist insurance coverage; revise number of   Chism
        vehicles required for nonstacking coverage.            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1303  Retirement; revise calculation of average compensation    Evans
        under PERS that is based on last 48 months of          
        compensation.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1304  Trust property; title to acquired property to vest in     Snowden
        trustee and conveyance deemed by trustee.              
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB1305  Mississippi Workers' Compensation Self-Insurer Guaranty   Stevens
 * %    Association Law; revise.                               
           04/22 Approved by Governor
HB1306  Child care facilities; DHS may disclose to Health         Moody
 * %    Department any employment applicant whose name is on   
        child abuse registry.                                  
           04/22 Approved by Governor
HB1307  Distinctive license tag; authorize for the Mississippi    Martinson
   %    Junior Golf Foundation.                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1308  Health insurance policies; require coverage for           Read
        colorectal cancer examination.                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1309  Kindergarten; make compulsory.                            Clark
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1310  Contractors; provide protection for subcontractors and    Barnett (92nd)
        contractors working with out-of-state contractor.      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1311  Sponsor of events/alcoholic beverages permittees;         Watson
        provide liability protection.                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1312  Sponsor or advertiser of events; provide liability        Watson
 *      protection.                                            
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB1313  Supreme Court; require position of Chief Justice to be    Fredericks
        rotated among the court districts.                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1314  Uniform Partnership Act; create (BLAG).                   Pierce
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1315  Economic Development Highway Act; revise definition of    Davis
 *      project.                                               
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB1316  Legal holiday; provide that Good Friday shall be a        Hudson
        legal holiday.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1317  Public utility districts; revise definition of employee   Mitchell
        for insurance coverage and change eligibility          
        requirements for commissioners.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1318  Teacher's license; person 55 or older not required to     Stringer
        take additional courses to renew.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1319  Paternity; if child is born during marriage, husband      Jennings
        will be the legal father.                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1320  Schools; establish education management best practices    Brown
        review for.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1321  Medicaid; division shall not set limits on drugs/tests    Flaggs
        for HIV/AIDS or Hepatitis C.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1322  Highway system; add segment of Mississippi 42 in          Hudson
        Jefferson Davis County.                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1323  Crimes; prohibit introduction of virus in computer.       Moore (60th)
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1324  Sales tax, prepayment; credit sales not included in       Formby
        estimated June liability if payment not received before
        June 20.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1325  State Law Library Fund; create, transfer county funds     Reeves
   %    into and authorize to assist county law libraries.     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1326  Mississippi Title Insurance Act; create.                  Stevens
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1327  Homestead exemption; increase for persons 65 years of     Weathersby
  $%    age or older or totally disabled.                      
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1328  Plumbers; provide for licensing and regulation of.        Weathersby
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1329  Ad valorem taxation; limit increase in true value of      Compretta
        homestead property.                                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1330  Litter Law; increase maximum amount of fine for           Compretta
        violation.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1331  Sales tax; reduce rate on retail sales of tractors used   Robertson
  $%    for certain business purposes.                         
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1332  Income tax; increase tax on gaming winnings and use       Fillingane
  $%    portion of revenue to assist cities and counties with  
        road and infrastructure projects.                      
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1333  DHS; provide for board, and terms for executive           Moody
        director and office directors.                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1334  Mississippi Development Bank; revise authority to make    Morris
 * %    loans and issue bonds.                                 
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1335  Mississippi Rural Impact Act; create and authorize        Morris
 * %    issuance of bonds to fund grant/loan program under.    
           04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1336  Employer-assisted housing program for municipal           Morris
        employees; establish.                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1337  Mississippi Business Investment Act; revise projects      Morris
 * %    for which assistance may be provided.                  
           04/20 Approved by Governor
HB1338  Public improvement districts; authorize to convey real    Morris
 * %    or personal property to certain entities.              
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1339  Bonds; issue state general obligation bonds for           Janus
  $%    construction of the Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art.         
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1340  Child custody; revise right of 12-year-old to select      Reeves
        custodial parent.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1341  Nonpartism Judicial Election Act; repeal.                 Moore (60th)
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1342  Post-conviction relief; revise filing limitation for      Watson
        appointment of counsel and revise personnel of Office  
        of Post-Conviction Counsel.                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1343  Justice court judges; base salary upon population         Pierce *
        according to 2000 census.                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1344  Eminent domain; authorize trials without jury under       Compretta
        certain circumstances (MDOT).                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1345  Highway work zone; revise penalty for speeding (MDOT).    Mitchell
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1346  Real property; clarify ad valorem tax exemption           Compretta
   %    whenever acquired by governmental entity (MDOT).       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1347  Highways; require board of supervisors to place and       Compretta
        maintain traffic control devices on county roads       
        (MDOT).                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1348  Transportation Department appropriation; delete           Compretta
        requirement for separation into program areas (MDOT).  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1349  Transportation Department; authorize to issue             Compretta
   %    rights-of-way permits for fiber optic transmission     
        lines (MDOT).                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1350  Ad valorem tax; agricultural land will retain             Young
  $%    agricultural use value after development until         
        transferred and used for developed purpose.            
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1351  School bonds; provide method of issuance of bonds in      Blackmon
   %    school districts with large increases in student       
        attendance.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1352  Southwest Mississippi Empowerment Zone Grant Program;     West
   %    create and issue state general obligation bonds to     
        fund.                                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1353  State budget; use previous fiscal year's revenues to      Weathersby
        prepare budget and make appropriations for next year.  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1354  State Board of Education; study and implement program     West
        of instruction of felony laws to certain students.     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1355  Gaming; allow persons 18 years of age or older and        Middleton
        married to be gaming employees.                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1356  Unemployment compensation; sweet potato farming shall     Grist
        be classified as seasonal industry.                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1357  Law enforcement officers; authorize to transport drunk    Grist
        citizens.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1358  Sexual offenses; revise time limitation application.      Grist
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1359  Rental units; require indoor plumbing.                    Grist
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1360  Sales tax; require that tax on sale of equipment and      Grist
        utility trailers be paid when ad valorem taxes are paid
        rather than at sale.                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1361  Firearm permit; authorize renewal permits to be issued    Cummings
   %    by sheriff.                                            
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1362  Casinos; require to call law enforcement immediately      Grist
        when patron reports a crime.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1363  Teachers; establish alternative for licensure for         Grist
        applicants failing national exam.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1364  Mississippi Child Equity Trust Fund; establish.           Grist *
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1365  Headlights; require use of when windshield wipers         Davis
        necessary.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1366  Juvenile Detention Facilities Task Force; reestablish,    Davis
 *      expand and provide for additional duties of.           
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB1367  Sales tax; require State Tax Commission to establish      Grist
        uniform procedure for allowing taxpayers to pay        
        delinquent taxes.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1368  Radar; prohibit city police from using on state or        Grist
        federal designated highways.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1369  Universities; require "Big 4" to each play at least one   Davis
        other in football annually at Mississippi Veterans     
        Memorial Stadium in Jackson.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1370  State health insurance; state pay fifty percent of the    Davis
        cost of premiums for retired employees.                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1371  Sales tax; exempt sales of tangible personal property     Davis
  $%    or services to the Military Order of the Purple Heart. 
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1372  School psychologists; authorize annual supplement for     Davis
        Nationally Certified School Psychologists.             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1373  Resort area; expand to include adjoining developments.    Simpson
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1374  Contractors; clarify reciprocity on competency            Blackmon
   %    examination.                                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1375  Legal Services; exempt from budget cuts special funds     Watson
        received by Attorney General under contracts with      
        agencies for.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1376  Tort Claims Act; revise exemptions.                       Watson
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1377  Death penalty; eliminate for persons who are mentally     Watson
        retarded.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1378  Jury bailiff; establish per diem for overnight duties.    Watson
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1379  Chancery court fees; increase.                            Martinson
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1380  Venue; revise in civil actions.                           Denny
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1381  Innocent seller; not liable for defective product if      Denny
        mere conduit.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1382  Business liability reform; enact.                         Denny
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1383  Damages; provide limitation on noneconomic damages.       Denny
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1384  Tort reform; enact certain civil justice reforms.         Denny
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1385  Voting; require identification before voting.             Denny
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1386  Police pursuits; ban for traffic violations.              Wells-Smith
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1387  Department of Public Safety; report all police pursuits   Wells-Smith
        to.                                                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1388  Police pursuits; provide uniform regulation and           Wells-Smith
        training.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1389  Fishing; allow without a license on every Friday in       Wells-Smith
   %    freshwater and saltwater.                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1390  License plates; provide distinctive plate for Youth for   Wells-Smith
   %    Christ, Inc.                                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1391  Motor vehicle liability insurance; municipalities         Wells-Smith
        retain portion of fines for failure to have.           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1392  Abortion; minors without parental consent may not         Fillingane
        obtain until court waives consent requirement.         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1393  Sales tax and use tax; exempt finance charges from.       Formby
  $%       02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1394  Habitual offender; no plea bargaining for violent         Formby
        offenders.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1395  Salaries; certain elected officials may not receive       Snowden
        salary increase during same term.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1396  Absentee ballot; prohibit issuing to person               Rotenberry
        incarcerated.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1397  Education; require disclaimer in textbooks regarding      Wells-Smith
        the teaching of certain theories.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1398  Prisoners; prohibit convicted felons from voting and      Martinson
   %    restore voting rights upon completion of sentence.     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1399  Retired teachers; may draw retirement benefits and be     Davis
        reemployed as teachers.                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1400  County or city real property; allow to be sold at         Davis
 *      auction if unneeded for governmental purposes.         
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1401  Sales tax; exempt retail sales of certain clothing and    Robertson
  $%    school supplies during the first weekend in August.    
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1402  Municipal annexation; require election in territory to    Formby
        be annexed if petition signed.                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1403  Motorcycles; establish operator safety program.           Formby *
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1404  Capital murder; apply to multiple murders.                Moore (60th)
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1405  Crimes; create offenses of online sale of stolen          Davis
        property and online theft by deception.                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1406  Capital offenses; penalties not involving death to be     Lott
        life without parole.                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1407  Comprehensive Crime Restitution and Reimbursement Act;    Formby
        create.                                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1408  Punitive damages; to be awarded for victim                Formby
        compensation.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1409  Products liability; limit when product has not been       Formby
        used in manner for which it has been designed.         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1410  First Responder; repeal provisions requiring              Moore (60th)
        certification of.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1411  Regulation Reduction Board; create.                       Moore (60th)
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1412  New Capitol; place under exclusive supervision of         Stevens
        Legislature.                                           
           02/13 (H) Died On Calendar
HB1413  Kindergarten; implement a summer program before and       Scott (17th)
   %    after regular school year.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1414  Nonprofit Debt Management Services Act; create.           Davis
 * %       03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1415  Corrections; authorize Delta Correctional Facility        Perkins
 *      Authority, Leflore County and DOC to exchange real     
        property in Leflore County.                            
           03/05 Approved by Governor
HB1416  Crimes; revise obstruction of justice (MPA).              Blackmon
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1417  Gaming; establish state lottery.                          Henderson
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1418  Regional economic development alliances; provide          Ford
        alternative method for creating.                       
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB1419  Medicaid and CHIP; require presumptive eligibility to     Espy
        be implemented statewide by July 1, 2003.              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1420  House arrest; prohibit offenders from becoming eligible   Moore (60th)
   %    until three months from parole date.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1421  Vaccinations; require college students living on campus   Moody
        to be vaccinated against meningitis.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1422  Psychiatric residential treatment facility; allow all     Woods
        beds in facility in DeSoto County to participate in    
        Medicaid.                                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1423  Elections; conform Mississippi Laws to Help America       Reynolds
        Vote Act 2002.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1424  Trusty time allowance; increase from 10 to 20 days of     Banks
        reduction for program participation.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1425  Cable television; place under Public Service              Guice
        Commission's jurisdiction.                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1426  Public lands; Mississippi Fair Commission to lease        Holland
 *      certain land to Homer's Barbecue.                      
           04/22 Approved by Governor
HB1427  Omnibus Pay Section; delete prescribed salaries of all    Hamilton *
        appointive and district officials; make salaries       
        subject to appropriation.                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1428  Health insurance; require insurance policies to offer     Masterson
        coverage for diseases of obesity.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1429  Hospitals; allow critical access hospitals to bank        Moody
        licensed hospital acute care beds.                     
           03/14 Approved by Governor
HB1430  Attorney's fees; provide for awarding of to DHS in        Peranich
   %    child support cases to use for legal division of Child 
        Support Unit.                                          
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1431  Mississippi Adequate Education Program; clarify time of   Jennings
        calculating average daily attendance for purposes of.  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1432  Funeral goods and services; codify federal price          Banks
        disclosure requirements.                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1433  Savings associations and savings banks; funds payable     Eads
        to survivors without administration may be from any    
        type account.                                          
           03/14 Approved by Governor
HB1434  Health care professionals; clarify disciplinary           Young
        measures concerned with paid educational leave.        
           03/18 Approved by Governor
HB1435  Mississippi Department of Labor; establish and create     Scott (80th)
        the Mississippi Labor Board who shall appoint the      
        executive director.                                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1436  State highway system; Old MS Highway 304 in DeSoto        Jennings
        County to remain in.                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1437  Hospitals; establish Essential Service Provider           Holland
   %    Assistance Program for rural areas.                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1438  First responders; not required to be under medical        Pierce
        control under certain circumstances.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1439  Education Enhancement Fund; divert money for supplies     Warren
        to school districts to offset insufficient state       
        funding.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1440  Property; authorize state to acquire WorldCom airport     Peranich
 *      hangar and lease certain real estate.                  
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1441  Justice court judges; salaries shall be based on county   Fillingane
        population according to latest census.                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1442  Justice court judges; base salaries on most recent        Fillingane
        federal decennial census results.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1443  Justice court judges; base salaries on population         Compretta
        according to 2000 census.                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1444  Crab traps and crabs; increase penalty for theft of       Ellington
        traps or crabs.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1445  Medical Practice Disclosure Act; enact.                   Ryals
   %       02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1446  Elections; municipalities with charter city, code         Flaggs
        charter or special charter shall not add requirements  
        to elective offices.                                   
           03/23 Approved by Governor
HB1447  Emergency powers; implement new policies and offenses     Watson
        related to domestic preparedness.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1448  Loans; create Mississippi Predatory Lending Act.          Dickson
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1449  Loans; define "other charges" and provide exclusive       Guice
        remedies for contracting/receiving unlawful other      
        charges.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1450  Credit Insurance Consumer Protection Act; create.         Stevens
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1451  Loans; define "other changes" and provide remedies for    Guice
        contracting/receiving unlawful "other charges."        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1452  Cellular telephones; prohibit personal calls or           Stringer
 *      reimbursement for personal phones.                     
           03/31 (H) Died In Conference
HB1453  Judges; justice court to be nonpartisan and provide       Moak
   %    posts in certain circuit and chancery districts.       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1454  Appropriation; additional to DHS for hiring additional    Barnett (116th)
        social workers in FY03.                                
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1455  Not-for-profit corporations that receive dues from        Stevens
        state agencies or local governments; require certain   
        financial reports.                                     
           03/04 (S) Died In Committee
HB1456  Salaries; authorize state agency executive head to        Evans
        deduct association or organization dues from an        
        employee's salary.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1457  Court proceedings; private way of necessity; circuit      Reynolds
 *      court to determine necessity.                          
           04/20 Approved by Governor
HB1458  Mississippi Mortgage Consumer Protection Law; revise      Guice
 * %    exemptions, examination fee, definition of "loan       
        originator."                                           
           03/31 (H) Died In Conference
HB1459  State vehicles; require to display decal depicting        Formby
        official state flag.                                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1460  Adequate Education Program Funds; withhold from           Formby
        districts failing to display flags and to recite pledge
        of allegiance.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HB1461  Perry County; authorize contribution to Pearl River       Taylor
        Valley Opportunity, Inc.                               
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1462  Washington County; extend repealer on convention and      Bailey
 * %    visitors committee.                                    
           03/31 Approved by Governor
HB1463  City of Hattiesburg; authorize contribution to            Davis
        Hattiesburg Downtown Association.                      
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1464  City of Hattiesburg; authorize contribution to the        Davis
        South Mississippi Children's Center.                   
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1465  Motor vehicle ad valorem tax; exempt portion for          Zuber
  $%    military personnel stationed out of state.             
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1466  Sales tax; exempt sales of food to persons age 65 or      Wallace
  $%    older or totally disabled.                             
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1467  Local income tax; authorize certain cities to levy.       Wallace
  $%       02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1468  Appropriation; Department of Health for HIV/AIDS          Bailey
        education, prevention and treatment programs/services. 
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1469  Appropriation; Dept of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks      Moore (100th)
        for feasibility study on project in Marion County.     
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1470  Sales tax; authorize counties to levy.                    West
  $%       02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1471  Income tax; partially exclude active duty military        Zuber
  $%    compensation received by a nonresident while stationed 
        in this state.                                         
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1472  Suffrage; restore to Marietta Johnson of Oktibbeha        Ellis
        County.                                                
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1473  Hazlehurst; authorize to levy hotel and restaurant tax.   Holloway
   %       04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1474  Hancock County; extend the date of repeal on the          Dedeaux
 * %    Hancock County Tourism Development Bureau.             
           04/02 Approved by Governor
HB1475  Income tax; exclude premiums paid for health insurance    Howell
  $%    from gross income.                                     
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1476  Motor vehicle ad valorem tax; authorize credit for        Ishee
  $%    national guardsmen.                                    
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1477  Suffrage; restore to Jimmy Dale Beck of Grenada County.   Ellis
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1478  Suffrage; restore to Raymond A. Wright of Harrison        Fredericks
        County.                                                
           03/24 (H) Failed
HB1479  City of Horn Lake; authorize to levy hotel and motel      Mayo
   %    tax for tourism.                                       
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1480  Ad valorem taxation; create 10% cap on increase in        Eaton
  $%    assessed value of agricultural property and commercial 
        poultry houses.                                        
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1481  Bonds; issue to fund the Railroad Revitalization Fund     Compretta
  $%    for loans for certain railroad projects (MDOT).        
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1482  City of Vicksburg; authorize donation to Keep             Masterson
        Vicksburg-Warren Beautiful.                            
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1483  Ad valorem taxes; authorize counties to grant partial     Eaton
 *$%    exemptions for commercial poultry houses.              
           03/18 (S) Died In Committee
HB1484  Bonds; issue bonds to construct an access road to the     Middleton
  $%    Grand Gulf Nuclear Power Station.                      
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1485  Harrison County; authorize to establish office of         Ishee
 * %    public guardian.                                       
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1486  Mississippi Home Corporation; increase the amount of      Morris
  $%    bonds that it may issue.                               
           03/23 Approved by Governor
HB1487  Alcoholic beverages; revise privilege tax for             Holland
  $%    manufacturer/distiller producing a product obtained    
        primarily from Mississippi ingredients.                
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1488  Bonds; issue general obligation bonds for construction    Mayo
  $%    of a National Guard Readiness Center in Clarksdale.    
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1489  Appropriation; reappropriation; DFA - Bureau of           Capps
 *      Building; FY04.                                        
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1490  Hancock County; authorize to contribute to "Save Our      Compretta
        Children" organization.                                
           03/31 Approved by Governor
HB1491  Airport authorities; increase the amount they may         Simpson
  $%    borrow on a short-term basis to $10,000,000.00.        
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1492  Tobacco products; increase excise tax on and earmark      Eads
  $%    revenues from increase for certain purposes.           
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1493  Emerging Crops Fund; increase amount of bonds that may    McCoy
 *$%    be issued for and extend repealer on certain           
        provisions.                                            
           04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1494  Homestead exemption; increase.                            Zuber
  $%       02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1495  Ad valorem tax, homestead property; exempt portion of     Zuber
  $%    increase in assessed value above assessed value for    
        preceding year.                                        
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1496  Bonds; issue to fund certain improvements to U.S.         Fillingane
  $%    Highway 98.                                            
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1497  Bonds; issue for repair and renovation of the Coahoma     Mayo
  $%    Community College-Delta State University Education     
        Center.                                                
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1498  Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of a new       Stevens
  $%    burn building at the State Fire Academy.               
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1499  Cigarettes; increase excise tax on.                       Barnett (92nd)
  $%       02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1500  Ad valorem taxation; exempt property of certain           Reynolds
  $%    not-for-profit foundations.                            
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1501  Appropriation; Department of Transportation for funding   Robinson (63rd)
        certain corridor project in Hinds County.              
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1502  Major Economic Impact Act; revise definition of project   Smith (39th)
 *$%    and authorize issuance of bonds for certain projects.  
           03/29 (H) Died In Conference
HB1503  Bonds; authorize issuance of general obligation bonds     Ishee
  $%    for construction of Gulf Coast Botanical Gardens at    
        Beauvoir.                                              
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1504  Appropriation; Pat Harrison Waterway District.            Read
 *         03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1505  Appropriation; Pearl River Basin Development District.    Read
 *         04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1506  Appropriation; Pearl River Valley Water Supply            Read
 *      District.                                              
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1507  Appropriation; Tombigbee River Valley Water Management    Read
 *      District.                                              
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1508  Appropriation; Yellow Creek State Inland Port             Read
 *      Authority.                                             
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1509  Appropriation; Board of Agricultural Aviation.            Read
 *         03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1510  Appropriation; Athletic Commission.                       Read
 *         03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1511  Appropriation; Auctioneers Commission.                    Read
 *         03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1512  Appropriation; Board of Cosmetology.                      Read
 *         03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1513  Appropriation; Board of Psychology.                       Read
           03/23 Approved by Governor
HB1514  Appropriation; Board of Examiners for Social Workers      Read
 *      and Marriage and Family Therapists.                    
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1515  Appropriation; Coast Coliseum Commission.                 Read
 *         03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1516  Appropriation; State Board of Barber Examiners.           Read
 *         03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1517  Appropriation; State Board of Registration for            Read
 *      Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors.             
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1518  Appropriation; Mississippi State Port Authority at        Read
 *      Gulfport.                                              
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1519  Appropriation; State Board of Medical Licensure.          Read
 *         03/23 Approved by Governor
HB1520  Appropriation; State Board of Nursing Home                Read
 *      Administrators.                                        
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1521  Appropriation; Board of Nursing.                          Read
 *         04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1522  Appropriation; Oil and Gas Board.                         Read
 *         03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1523  Appropriation; Board of Optometry.                        Read
           03/23 Approved by Governor
HB1524  Appropriation; Public Employees' Retirement               Read
 *      System-administrative expenses; maintenance and        
        operation of building.                                 
           04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1525  Appropriation; Veterans' Home Purchase Board.             Read
 *         03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1526  Appropriation; Mississippi Public Service Commission.     Read
 *         03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1527  Appropriation; Public Utilities Staff.                    Read
 *         03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1528  Appropriation; Real Estate Appraiser Licensing and        Read
 *      Certification Board.                                   
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1529  Appropriation; Real Estate Commission.                    Read
 *         04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1530  Appropriation; Mississippi Department of                  Read
 *      Transportation.                                        
           04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1531  Appropriation; Veterans Memorial Stadium Commission.      Read
 *         03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1532  Appropriation; Department of Marine Resources.            Green
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1533  Appropriation; Attorney General - support.                Watson
 *         04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1534  Appropriation; District Attorneys and staff.              Watson
 *         04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1535  Appropriation; Insurance Department.                      Watson
 *         04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1536  Appropriation; State Fire Academy.                        Watson
 *         04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1537  Appropriation; Supreme Court Services.                    Watson
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1538  Appropriation; Office of Capital Defense Counsel.         Watson
 *         04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1539  Appropriation; Office of Capital Post-Conviction          Watson
 *      Counsel.                                               
           04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1540  Appropriation; Department of Archives and History.        Flaggs
 *         04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1541  Appropriation; Arts Commission.                           Flaggs
 *         04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1542  Appropriation; expenses of Legislature, monthly           Flaggs
 *      expense, Legislative Budget Office, PEER Committee.    
           04/18 Approved by Governor
HB1543  Appropriation; benefit payments to retirants under the    Flaggs
        former Teachers' Retirement System.                    
           03/23 Approved by Governor
HB1544  Appropriation; State Department of Health-support.        Stevens
 *         04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1545  Appropriation; Governors Office - Division of Medicaid.   Holland
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1546  Appropriation; State Forestry Commission.                 Henderson
 *         04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1547  Appropriation; State Board of Registration for            Henderson
        Foresters.                                             
           03/23 Approved by Governor
HB1548  Appropriation; Grand Gulf Military Monument Commission.   Green
 *         04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1549  Appropriation; Soil and Water Conservation Commission.    Green
 *         04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1550  Appropriation; Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and      Green
 *      Parks.                                                 
           04/18 Approved by Governor
HB1551  Appropriation; Department of Human                        Moody
 *      Services-Consolidated.                                 
           04/18 Approved by Governor
HB1552  Appropriation; Rehabilitation Services - Consolidated.    Moody
 *         04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1553  Appropriation; Beauvoir Shrine.                           Denny
           03/18 (S) Died In Committee
HB1554  Appropriation; Department of Environmental Quality.       Denny
 *         04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1555  Appropriation; Mississippi River Parkway Commission.      Denny
 *         04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1556  Appropriation; IHL for funding several items at Jackson   Clarke
        State University.                                      
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1557  City of Okolona; authorize to assess additional fees      Bowles *
   %    for DUI and drug charges to support D.A.R.E.           
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1558  City of Columbia; authorize to contribute funds to and    Moore (100th)
 *      contract with Marion County Development Partnership.   
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1559  Marion County; authorize to contribute funds to and       Moore (100th)
 *      contract with Marion County Development Partnership.   
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1560  City of Columbus; authorize to place military aircraft    Smith (39th)
 *      at certain location on U.S. Highway 45 right-of-way.   
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1561  Homestead exemption; increase for persons 65 years of     Rotenberry
  $%    age or older or totally disabled.                      
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1562  Insurance premium tax; provide a credit for certain       Guice
 *$%    investments of certified capital.                      
           03/29 (H) Died In Conference
HB1563  Local government freight rail service projects;           Green
  $%    increase bonds to fund.                                
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1564  Bonds; issue bonds for construction of new baseball       Clarke
  $%    stadium on campus of Jackson State University.         
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1565  Bonds; issue bonds for repair and renovation at JSU       Clarke
  $%    necessary for compliance with the Americans with       
        Disabilities Act.                                      
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1566  Bonds; issue bonds for renovation of Dansby Hall at       Clarke
  $%    Jackson State University.                              
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1567  Suffrage; restore to Thomas James Fairley of Harrison     Barnett (116th)
        County.                                                
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1568  Appropriation; Recreational Facilities Activity Program   Scott (80th)
        Fund administered by Department of Education.          
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1569  Appropriation; State Department of Education for          Scott (80th)
        Motivating Parents and Children (M.P.A.C.) pilot       
        program.                                               
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1570  Appropriation; State Department of Education for school   Scott (80th)
        counselors.                                            
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1571  Appropriation; IHL to provide incentives to medical       Scott (80th)
        students and physicians to practice in critical needs  
        area.                                                  
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1572  Appropriation; Department of Human Services for funding   Scott (80th)
        "Meals on Wheels" program.                             
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1573  Appropriation; State Department of Education for          Scott (80th)
        Support Our Students (S.O.S.) program.                 
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1574  Appropriation; Department of Finance and Administration   Scott (80th)
        to construct a state school for children.              
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1575  Appropriation; Department of Human Services for school    Scott (80th)
        resource officers.                                     
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1576  Suffrage; restore to Judy A. Sykes of Covington County.   Warren
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1577  Suffrage; restore to Rufus L. Harris of Lincoln County.   Barnett (92nd)
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1578  City of Vicksburg; authorize to contribute to United      Flaggs
        Way of West Central Mississippi.                       
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1579  City of Vicksburg; increase benefits under the            Flaggs
        Disability & Relief Fund for Firemen and Policemen.    
           04/02 Approved by Governor
HB1580  Lafayette County; authorize to contribute to Keep         Eads
        America Beautiful.                                     
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1581  Claiborne County Board of Supervisors; authorize          Middleton
 *      establishment of Pattison Sewage District.             
           04/03 Approved by Governor
HB1582  Warren County; authorize contribution to United Way.      Flaggs
           04/02 Approved by Governor
HB1583  City of Vicksburg; authorize certain action by the city   Masterson
 * %    with regard to a project to widen the Yazoo Diversion  
        Canal.                                                 
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1584  Simpson county; authorize to purchase building and        Rotenberry
   %    issue bonds for purchase.                              
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1585  Sales tax; exempt sales made under court order or         Rotenberry
  $%    supervision.                                           
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1586  Small Business Assistance Act; increase amount of funds   Scott (80th)
  $%    available for loans and increase amount of bonds that  
        may be issued under.                                   
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1587  Bonds; issue general obligation bonds for construction    Scott (80th)
  $%    of State School for Children.                          
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1588  Bonds; issue bonds for repair and renovation of           Clarke
  $%    buildings and facilities at Jackson State University.  
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1589  Bonds; issue bonds for facility renovation and            Clarke
  $%    acquisition of digital equipment for TV23 at           
        Mississippi E-center/Jackson State University.         
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1590  Sales tax; exempt certain sales to certain 501(c)(3)      Reynolds
  $%    organizations for conservation projects.               
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1591  Bonds; issue bonds for correction of drainage problems    Clarke
  $%    on Jackson State University Campus.                    
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1592  Bonds; issue bonds for Water Pollution Control            McCoy
 *$%    Revolving Fund, increase bonds for Local Governments   
        and Rural Water Systems Improvements Revolving Loan    
        Fund.                                                  
           04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1593  Sales tax; authorize special municipal/county sales tax   Blackmon
  $%    to fund certain capital projects.                      
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1594  Bonds; issue bonds for IHL, state agency and              McCoy
 *$%    community/junior college capital improvements.         
           03/29 (H) Died In Conference
HB1595  Bonds; issue bonds to provide funds for Small             McCoy
 *$%    Municipalities and Limited Population Counties Fund.   
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1596  Bonds; issue bonds to provide funds for the Mississippi   McCoy
 *$%    Land, Water and Timber Resources Fund.                 
           04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1597  Bonds; issue bonds to provide funds for the Mississippi   McCoy
 *$%    Community Heritage Preservation Grant Fund.            
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1598  City of Ocean Springs; authorize to maintain and repair   Zuber
        nonprofit cemeteries.                                  
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1599  City of Vicksburg; authorize governing authorities to     Masterson
        donate, sell or lease property acquired from federal   
        government.                                            
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1600  City of Vicksburg; authorize governing authorities to     Masterson
        perform duties and provide assistance in accordance    
        with federal grants.                                   
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1601  City of Vicksburg; authorize to contract with Issaquena   Masterson
        Board of Supervisors for inmate labor.                 
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1602  Issaquena County Board of Supervisors; authorize to       Masterson
        contract with governing authorities of Vicksburg for   
        inmate labor.                                          
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1603  Bonds; issue bonds for improvements at the state          McCoy
 *$%    shipyard in Jackson County.                            
           03/29 (H) Died In Conference
HB1604  Bonds; increase amount of bonds that may be issued to     McCoy
 *$%    provide funds for the Building Fund for the Arts.      
           03/29 (H) Died In Conference
HB1605  Suffrage; restore to Charles Bennett of Grenada County.   Ryals
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1606  Ocean Springs; grant certain powers regarding tourism     Zuber
        and economic development.                              
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1607  Sales tax; revise rate of tax on certain sales to         Chism *
  $%    manufacturers.                                         
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1608  Washington County; levy hotel/motel and restaurant tax    Hines
   %    for construction/repair of convention centers.         
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1609  Oktibbeha County; authorize to establish a county         Roberson
        court.                                                 
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1610  Appropriation; Tax Commission; homestead exemption;       Green
        additional FY2002 and FY2003.                          
           02/26 (H) Died In Committee
HB1611  City of Vicksburg; authorize to adopt and enforce         Masterson
        building and design standards.                         
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1612  Hinds County; authorize to establish special assessment   Robinson (63rd)
   %    districts to assist economic development in the county.
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1613  City of Indianola; create Tourism Commission.             Capps
 * %       04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1614  Perry County; authorize to contribute funds to We Care    Taylor
        Day Care, Incorporated.                                
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1615  Jackson County; revise composition of the Emergency       Broomfield
   %    Communications District Board of Commissioners.        
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1616  Golden Triangle Community Health Foundation; revise       Smith (39th)
        investment authority of trustees of.                   
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1617  Lafayette County; authorize to contribute funds to        Eads
        Youth Baseball Association.                            
           04/02 Approved by Governor
HB1618  Monroe County; authorize to contribute funds to Monroe    Markham
 *      County Chamber of Commerce.                            
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1619  City of Amory; authorize to contribute funds to Monroe    Markham
 *      County Chamber of Commerce.                            
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1620  Monroe County; authorize to contribute funds to Monroe    Markham
        County Shrine Club.                                    
           03/31 Approved by Governor
HB1621  Tunica County; authorize to providing funding for         Henderson
 *      golf/tennis complex, arena and river park and to lease 
        such facilities.                                       
           03/27 Approved by Governor
HB1622  Tunica County; authorize to contribute funds to           Henderson
        Headstart.                                             
           03/28 Approved by Governor
HB1623  City of Houston; may levy sales tax on hotels, motels     Bowles *
   %    and restaurants for tourism.                           
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1624  Suffrage; restore to Marilyn Black of Jackson County.     Read
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1625  Suffrage; restore to Earnestine Robinson of Noxubee       Dickson
        County.                                                
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1626  City of Macon; authorize to construct, expand, operate    Dickson
        and maintain water distribution system.                
           03/31 Approved by Governor
HB1627  City of Waveland; authorize to assess additional fine     Compretta
   %    to support local fire department.                      
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1628  Marshall County; authorize to contribute funds to         Woods
        Institute of Community Services, Inc.                  
           04/02 Approved by Governor
HB1629  Suffrage; restore to Buford Edward Mitchell of Amite      Green
        County.                                                
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1630  Ad valorem taxation; provide partial exemption for        Compretta
  $%    persons owning historical property.                    
           03/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1631  Suffrage; restore to Sammye Sanders of Holmes County.     Clark
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1632  Holmes County; authorize to contribute funds to the       Clark
        Mississippi Food Network.                              
           03/31 Approved by Governor
HB1633  City of Natchez; authorize to convey certain property     West
        to the United States.                                  
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1634  Suffrage; restore to Christopher A. Lee of Smith          Eaton
        County.                                                
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1635  Suffrage; restore to Tiffany S. Dean of Harrison          Fredericks
        County.                                                
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1636  City of Vicksburg; may authorize continuation of          Masterson
        surviving spouse benefits after remarriage under       
        fire/police retirement system.                         
           04/02 Approved by Governor
HB1637  Tunica County; authorize to contribute funds to           Henderson
        Mid-State Opportunity, Inc.                            
           03/31 Approved by Governor
HB1638  Harrison County; create the Harrison County Stormwater    Simpson
   %    Management District.                                   
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1639  DeSoto County; revise law regarding county regional       Woods
 * %    utility authority.                                     
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1640  City of Vicksburg; authorize contribution to United Way   Flaggs
        of West Central Mississippi.                           
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1641  Tishomingo County; authorize to contribute funds to       Cummings
        local Boys and Girls Clubs.                            
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1642  Marion County; authorize to construct animal shelter      Moore (100th)
   %    facility.                                              
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1643  Jackson County; authorize additional assessment on        Guice
   %    cases in the justice, chancery, county and circuit     
        courts.                                                
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1644  Simpson County; authorize to purchase building and        Rotenberry
 * %    issue bonds for purchase.                              
           04/15 Approved by Governor
HB1645  Hancock County; authorize to contribute funds to the      Dedeaux
        Mississippi Contract Procurement Center.               
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1646  City of Pontotoc; may levy sales tax on hotels and        Montgomery (15th)
   %    restaurants for tourism.                               
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1647  City of Grenada; extend repealer on Grenada Tourism       Ryals
   %    Commission.                                            
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1648  City of Vicksburg; authorize to execute project           Masterson
        cooperation agreements for various government projects.
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1649  City of Vicksburg; authorize a tax on the retail sales    Flaggs
   %    of certain tourism oriented enterprises.               
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1650  Town of Oakland; authorize to borrow money for purchase   Reynolds
   %    of fire truck/fire suppression equipment.              
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1651  Coahoma County; authorize to engage in certain projects   Mayo
        for purpose of economic development.                   
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1652  Neshoba County Industrial Development Authority;          Eakes
 * %    clarify authority regarding promotion of economic      
        development.                                           
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1653  City of Jackson; increase rate of tax imposed on hotels   Coleman (65th)
   %    and restaurants, revise use of proceeds of tax.        
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1654  City of Magee; authorize contribution for purchase and    Rotenberry
        renovation of property.                                
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1655  Lee County; authorize to contribute funds to the          Holland
        Sanctuary Hospice House.                               
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1656  City of Laurel; may provide for additional annual         Shows
 *      payment to certain members of fire/police retirement   
        system.                                                
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1657  City of Meridian; may provide creditable service in       Snowden
 *      retirement systems for employment absences due to      
        military service.                                      
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1658  City of Hattiesburg; additional annual payment to         Davis
        fire/police retirees not tied to CPI.                  
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1659  Suffrage; restore to Charles Porter of Lowndes County.    Harrison
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1660  City of Gulfport; provide for additional annual benefit   Ishee
 *      and ad hoc benefit increase for fire/police retirees.  
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1661  Suffrage; restore to Jerry Wayne Jones of Lefore          Whittington
        County.                                                
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1662  Tunica County; authorize Board of Fire Commissioners to   Mayo
        give tax rebate for sprinkler systems installations.   
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HB1663  Pike County; allow  board to lease certain property for   Myers
        library.                                               
           04/22 Approved by Governor
HB1664  Education, community colleges and IHLs; amend FY04        Capps
    @   appropriations to increase funding & delete prohibition
        re health insurance charges.                           
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB1665  City of Biloxi; authorize to contribute to Back Bay       Creel
        Mission.                                               
           04/22 Approved by Governor
HB1666  Covington County; authorize to contribute to local Boys   Warren
        and Girls Club.                                        
           04/22 Approved by Governor
HB1667  Budget; Contingency Fund; State Treasurer shall           Capps
 *  @   transfer certain special funds into.                   
           04/23 Approved by Governor
HC   1  Amend Constitution; homeowner may purchase up to five     Taylor
        acres of sixteenth section land.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC   2  Commend Ms. Sarah Newman upon her participation in the    Barnett (92nd)
        2002 USA International Ballet Competition.             
           02/18 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC   3  Amend Constitution; authorize sale of sixteenth section   Moak
        land to certain veterans.                              
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC   4  Commend Joshua Clayton "Josh" Taylor on receiving Eagle   McBride
        Scout Award.                                           
           02/18 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC   5  Amend Constitution; require members of county boards of   Markham
        supervisors to have high school diploma or GED.        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC   6  Amend Constitution; require elections on municipal        Robinson (84th)
        annexations.                                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC   7  Amend Constitution; Governor elected by majority of       Martinson
        popular vote; require runoff if no majority; abolish   
        electoral votes.                                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC   8  Constitutional Convention; rescind previous resolutions   Martinson
        calling for.                                           
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC   9  Commend Picayune High School Baseball Team for winning    Formby
        State 4A Championship.                                 
           02/18 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  10  Call for a New Bretton Woods Conference for               Fleming
        international monetary system stability.               
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC  11  Endorse the Global Sullivan Principles of Corporate       Fleming
        Social Responsibility.                                 
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC  12  Amend Constitution; revise time for electing statewide,   Fleming
        legislative and county officials.                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  13  Requesting Congress to establish commission to study      Fleming
        slavery and plan of reparation.                        
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC  14  Requesting Congress to remove the repealer on the         Fleming
        preclearance requirement of the Voting Rights Act of   
        1965.                                                  
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC  15  Amend Constitution; restore suffrage of offenders of      Fleming
        nonviolent crimes upon completion of sentence.         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  16  Amend Constitution; abolish IHL Board; establish          Fleming
        separate boards for each institution.                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  17  Mississippi River Bridge near Greenville; urge Congress   Cameron
        to provide additional construction funds.              
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC  18  Constitution; amend to make official state flag as        Cameron
        described by Chapter 37, Laws of 1894.                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  19  Amend Constitution; prohibit persons convicted of any     Chism
        felony from voting.                                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  20  Amend Constitution; authorize metropolitan government.    Snowden
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  21  Amend Constitution; revise prohibition against public     Lott
        officer having interest in contract.                   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  22  Amend Constitution; delete requirement that legislative   Cameron
        bills be read.                                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  23  Amend Constitution; Governor elected by majority of       Snowden
        popular vote; require runoff if no majority; abolish   
        electoral votes.                                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  24  Amend constitution; appoint Supreme Court judges.         Snowden
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  25  Amend Constitution; place state elections in even year    Snowden
        with no presidential election.                         
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  26  Amend Constitution; prohibit title to condemned           Chism
        property from being conveyed to private person.        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  27  Amend Constitution; elect State Superintendent of         Moore (60th)
        Public Education.                                      
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  28  Amend Constitution; limit terms of Speaker of the         Lott
        House.                                                 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  29  Amend Constitution; reestablish as official state flag    Chism
        that flag established by Chapter 37, Laws of 1894.     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  30  Department of Public Safety; urge to process concealed    Bowles
        weapon permit applications within 30 days.             
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC  31  Amend joint rules; local and private bills imposing tax   Cameron
        to contain referendum.                                 
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC  32  Set Governor's address for January 9, 2003, at 11:00      Ford
        a.m.                                                   
           01/09 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  33  Amend Constitution; any felon disqualified as an          Denny
        elector.                                               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  34  Amend Constitution; require majority vote only for bill   Formby
        reducing taxes.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  35  Amend Constitution; delete provisions providing for       Watson
        State Librarian to be chosen by Legislature.           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  36  Amend Constitution; Supreme Court judges to be            McBride
        appointed.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  37  Amend Constitution; revise type of offenses that          Rotenberry
        disqualify a person as an elector.                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  38  Amend Constitution; Supreme Court Judges to be            Denny
        appointed.                                             
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  39  Amend Constitution; require majority vote only for bill   Denny
        reducing taxes.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  40  Commend Wayne County High School War Eagles for winning   Taylor
        state championship.                                    
           02/18 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  41  Amend Constitution; require Legislature to establish a    Evans
        Mississippi Department of Labor.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  42  Amend Constitution; repeal section establishing           Clark
        qualifications for electors.                           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  43  Calling for examination of costs of providing health      Fleming
        care to state and county offenders.                    
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC  44  HCR; commend Mr. Steve Azar.                              Cameron
           02/18 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  45  Commend life of William Weems Gates.                      Reynolds
           02/18 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  46  Amend Constitution; Legislature provide minimum funding   Reynolds
        for public education.                                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  47  Amend Constitution; Constitution not construed as         Fillingane
        granting right to have abortion.                       
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  48  Amend Constitution; felon or person having served term    Ketchings
        of imprisonment disqualified as elector.               
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  49  Amend Constitution; allow 10-2 verdict in certain         Ketchings
        criminal cases.                                        
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  50  Amend Constitution; felony conviction or imprisonment     Ketchings
        to result in loss of suffrage; suffrage restored upon  
        completion of sentence.                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  51  Amend Constitution; offender released from prison will    West
        automatically have suffrage restored.                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  52  Commend Bryan Packers American Legion Baseball Team       Chism
        from West Point.                                       
           02/18 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  53  Commend New Hope Slow Pitch Softball Team.                Chism
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  54  Commend Starkville School District teachers and           Chism
        counselors receiving National Board Certification.     
           02/18 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  55  Commend Cynthia Cooper; Time Magazine Person of the       Brown
        Year.                                                  
           02/18 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  56  Amend Constitution; limit amount of bonds Legislature     Brown
        may authorize to be issued each fiscal year.           
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  57  Amend constitution; suffrage restored automatically for   Banks
        first felony conviction upon completion of sentence.   
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  58  Amend Constitution; conform initiative and referendum     Mayo
        signature requirements to new congressional districts. 
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  59  Set sine die adjournment of 2003 session earlier than     Rushing
        deadlines.                                             
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC  60  Commend life of Mrs. Rose Ella Perkins Evans.             Roberson
           02/18 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  61  Commend Dr. James H. Meredith as a living legend.         Banks
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC  62  Commend Coach Kent Kirkland and Picayune High School      Formby
        Baseball Team on winning Class 4A State Championship.  
           02/18 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  63  Amend Constitution; voting rights restored upon           Martinson
        completion of disqualifying sentence.                  
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  64  Amend Constitution; prohibit issuance of bonds for        Ellington
        recurring expenses of state agency.                    
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  65  Endorsing, in concept, the extension of the interstate    Snowden
        highway system to connect Montgomery, Alabama, and     
        Meridian, Mississippi.                                 
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC  66  Amend Constitution; authorize Legislature to restrict     Chism
        and limit tort actions.                                
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  67  Amend constitution; require period of quiet reflection,   Pierce
        voluntary prayer or meditation at beginning of each    
        public school day.                                     
           02/04 (H) Died In Committee
HC  68  Congressional compensation; post-ratify amendment to      Chism
        U.S. Constitution.                                     
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC  69  Suspend deadlines for introduction; bring forward the     Compretta
        sections of law that provide for nonprofit medical     
        liability insurance corporations.                      
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC  70  Commend Mississippi Hall of Master Teachers.              Harrison
           02/18 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  71  Commend New Hope Slow Pitch Softball Team.                Chism
           02/18 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  72  Commend Bill Finney Cossar upon his retirement.           Ford
           03/04 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  73  Commend Taylorsville High School on winning 2A State      Eaton
        Football Championship.                                 
           03/04 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  74  Commend life of Mr. Jasper Neely, Jr.                     Perkins
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  75  Commend Mrs. Jane Roberts upon celebrating her 100th      Pierce
        birthday.                                              
           03/04 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  76  Commend Bishop William R. Houck upon his retirement.      Holland
           03/04 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  77  Commend Puckett "Wolves" Football Team for Class A        Moore (60th)
        State Championship.                                    
           03/04 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  78  d'Iberville High School Football Team; commend.           Barnett (116th)
           03/13 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  79  Commend West Point School District teachers and           Chism
        counselors upon receiving National Board Certification.
           03/13 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  80  Commend members of Phi Theta Kappa's All-Mississippi      Young
        Academic Team.                                         
           03/13 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  81  Celebrate Juneteenth.                                     Scott (80th)
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC  82  Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.; commend for their       Coleman (65th)
        71st Southeastern Regional Conference.                 
           03/13 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  83  Commend Gina Pambianchi for being selected to             Mayo
        participate in the international science expedition.   
           03/13 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  84  Dr. Robert Ballard; commend on his outstanding            Mayo
        achievements.                                          
           03/13 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  85  Commend Dr. A. Wallace Conerly upon his retirement.       Ford
           03/13 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  86  Commend Debbie Lowery for being named Covington County    Warren
        District Teacher of the Year.                          
           03/13 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  87  Dr. Rodney A. Pearson; commend for his service on the     Brown
        board for the Mississippi Department of Information    
        Technology Services.                                   
           03/13 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  88  Commend Reverend John E. Cameron for 33 years of          Flaggs
        service as pastor.                                     
           03/24 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  89  Commend Warren and Lorraine Norton upon celebration of    Ford
        60th wedding anniversary.                              
           03/13 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  90  Commend Clarksdale High School for receiving 2001-2002    Mayo
        Tech Prep Exemplary Site winner.                       
           03/13 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  91  Commend life of Stuart Irby, Jr.                          Denny
           03/27 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  92  Commend St. Stanislaus Rock-A-Chaws Soccer Team for       Peranich
        winning State Championship.                            
           03/13 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  93  Commend life of Mrs. Fannie Louise McGee Jackson.         Ellington
           03/24 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  94  Commend life of Medgar Evers and his surviving widow,     Clark
        Myrlie Evers-Williams.                                 
           03/13 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  95  Commend Dr. James Howard Meredith.                        Banks
           03/24 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  96  Suspend deadlines for further consideration of H.B.       McBride
        829; Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision;
        authorize Governor to execute.                         
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC  97  South McComb Baptist Church; congratulate on 100 year     Nettles
        anniversary.                                           
           03/24 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  98  Our Lady Academy Soccer Team; commend on winning State    Compretta
        Championship.                                          
           03/24 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  99  Marshall Bennett; commend on strong financial             Brown
        leadership and exceptional service to Mississippi.     
           03/27 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 100  Thomas King Swayze; commend the life and                  Capps
        accomplishments of.                                    
           03/27 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 101  Coach James Washington; commend on 29 years of            Mayo
        coaching.                                              
           03/27 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 102  Suspend deadlines for introduction; create the Armed      Scott (80th)
        Forces Tax Fairness and Relief Act of 2003.            
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC 103  Jack Alfred Pace; commend for outstanding service.        Rotenberry
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC 104  Nikki Quarles; commend life and works and expressing      Denny
        sympathy upon her passing.                             
           03/27 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 105  Suspend deadlines for introduction; education,            Capps
        community colleges and IHLs; increase funding and      
        delete prohibition re health insurance charges.        
           03/27 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 106  Champions for Life; commend on dedication and success     Woods
        of conducting prison ministries.                       
           03/27 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 107  Strider Academy Girls Basketball Team; commend for        Reynolds
        winning second place in the Mississippi Private School 
        Association Tournament.                                
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HC 108  Trinity Episcopal School Boys and Girls Cross County      Janus
        Teams; commend for their outstanding 2002 seasons.     
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HC 109  Suspend deadlines for introduction; delay diversion of    Compretta
        certain fuel taxes to gaming infrastructure program.   
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC 110  MS Gulf Coast Community College Men's Soccer Team;        Ishee
        commend for winning State/Region 23 Championship.      
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HC 111  Collins High School Tigers Football Team; commend for     Warren
        winning the Class 3A Championship.                     
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 112  National Missile Defense System; urge Congress to         Ellington
        support.                                               
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC 113  Mary Sprayberry; commend on being named Nurse of the      Holland
        Year.                                                  
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 114  Ripley High School Lady Tigers Basketball Team; commend   Ward
        for winning first-ever State Championship.             
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 115  John Guyton; commend on being named Mississippi PLT's     Zuber
        2003 Educator of the Year.                             
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 116  President Bush's 2003 Economic Growth and Tax Relief      Formby
        Plan; urge passage by Mississippi Congressional        
        Delegation.                                            
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC 117  Federal death tax; urge Mississippi Congressional         Formby
        Delegation to permanently repeal.                      
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC 118  2001 Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act;   Ellington
        urge congressional delegation to prevent sunset of     
        provisions.                                            
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC 119  Alternative Minimum Tax; request Congress to repeal.      Ellington
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC 120  Dr. Marion R. Wells; commend on outstanding career        Wells-Smith
        achievements.                                          
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 121  Copiah-Lincoln Community College; commend and             Barnett (92nd)
        congratulate for 75 years of service.                  
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 122  "Cover the Uninsured Week in Mississippi"; designate      Robertson
        March 10-16, 2003, as.                                 
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC 123  Coach Joe Bradshaw; commend on outstanding coaching       Reynolds
        career.                                                
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 124  Provine High School Boys Basketball Team; commend for     Wallace
        winning Class 4A State Championship.                   
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 125  Defense appropriations bill; commend Congress for         Denny
        giving first priority to support and pass.             
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC 126  President Bush; commend his leadership in effort to       Denny
        protect U.S. against Saddam Hussein.                   
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC 127  Pastor Joe Henry Henson; commend life and express         Howell
        sympathy upon passing.                                 
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 128  Legal reform legislation; encourage support by            Howell
        Mississippi Congressional Delegation.                  
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC 129  LaToya Thomas; commend on college basketball career.      Hines
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 130  Omarr Conner; commend on high school football career.     Dickson
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC 131  Velma Tillman Champion; commend on retirement and for     Rogers
        career achievements.                                   
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 132  Suspend deadlines for introduction; appropriation for     Dedeaux
        Department of Health to control West Nile virus.       
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC 133  Duane E. Walhood; commend life and express sympathy       Mayo
        upon his death.                                        
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 134  Donald H. Anderson; commend life and express sympathy     Mayo
        upon passing.                                          
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 135  Worker's Memorial Day; commemorate.                       Evans
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC 136  Suspend deadline for further consideration of HB 25;      Robinson (84th)
        income tax; exclude active duty military compensation  
        from gross income.                                     
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC 137  Mississippi Forks-of-the-Road Equal Human Civil Rights    West
        Commemorations Resolution of 2003; adopt.              
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC 138  Suspend deadlines for introduction; revise authority of   Moore (100th)
        Department of Human Services to expend timber sales    
        revenues from training schools.                        
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC 139  New Capitol; designate date for centennial celebration    Clark
        of the building and dedication of.                     
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC 140  Suspend deadlines for further consideration of SB2798;    Moak
        county officials; increase salaries.                   
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HC 141  Suspend deadlines for introduction; Budget Contingency    Capps
        Fund; Governor shall transfer certain special funds    
        into.                                                  
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HC 142  Suspend deadlines for introduction; Budget Contingency    Holland
        Fund; Governor shall transfer certain special funds    
        into.                                                  
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HR   1  Urge Congress to return a greater portion of the          Cameron
        federal unemployment tax to Mississippi.               
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HR   2  Commend Carolyn McGehee.                                  Montgomery (15th)
           02/10 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR   3  House rules; amend House Rule 69 to revise manner of      Fleming
        calling roll when members have the same surname.       
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HR   4  House rules; amend to disallow suspension of rules to     Bowles
        consider conference report without waiting one day.    
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HR   5  House rules; amend to create standing committee on        Bowles
        gaming.                                                
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HR   6  Commend Coach Kent Kirkland and Picayune High School      Formby
        Baseball Team on winning Class 4A State Championship.  
           02/10 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR   7  House rules; amend to limit terms for Speaker and         Nicholson
        Speaker Pro Tempore.                                   
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HR   8  Amend House Rules; limit number of bills that a House     Guice
        member may request and introduce.                      
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HR   9  Urge Congress to pass constitutional amendment to         Smith (35th)
        protect Pledge of Allegiance and National Motto.       
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HR  10  Commend life of Reverend Lucius Brainard Marion, Jr.      Mayo
           02/10 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  11  Commend life of Mrs. Alma Jean Woods.                     Mayo
           02/10 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  12  Commend Ms. Kay James.                                    Davis
           02/10 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  13  Commend New Hope Varsity Cheerleaders.                    Chism
           02/10 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  14  Requesting the House of Representatives of the State of   Snowden
        Mississippi to recite daily the Pledge of Allegiance to
        the United States Flag.                                
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HR  15  Commend Winson Hudson for accomplishments during civil    Clark
        rights movement.                                       
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  16  Commend Bertie Johnson on being selected as top teacher   Hamilton
        in Jackson County.                                     
           02/20 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  17  Commend Idrees Kenyatta Walker for outstanding            Young
        accomplishments.                                       
           02/20 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  18  Commend Ed Heidorn of Charleston, Mississippi.            Reynolds
           03/05 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  19  Ashley Meadows; commend for receiving a 2003 Prudential   Zuber
        Spirit of Community Award.                             
           03/05 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  20  Commend retirees of Greenwood Public School District.     Perkins
           03/13 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  21  Commend certain retirees of Mississippi Valley State      Perkins
        University.                                            
           03/13 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  22  Commend life of Bobby Ray Weldon.                         Ishee
           03/05 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  23  Commend J.B. Carter, Jr., on his retirement and           Broomfield
        community service.                                     
           03/05 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  24  Commend James W. Hill upon retirement.                    Hudson
           03/05 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  25  Commend Christina Grace Juneau upon receiving a           Davis
        Prudential Spirit of Community award.                  
           03/05 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  26  Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.; commend on 72nd         Perkins
        Annual Southern Region Convention.                     
           03/13 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  27  Lydia Rice; commend on being selected as a State Games    Snowden
        Athlete of the Year.                                   
           03/13 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  28  William Calvert; commend on being selected as a State     Snowden
        Games Athlete of the Year.                             
           03/13 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  29  Jason Kutack; commend on being elected as National        Fillingane
        President of Society of American Foresters.            
           03/24 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  30  Ridgeland High School Choral Group Etcetera; commend on   Martinson
        outstanding inaugural year.                            
           03/24 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  31  Create a House study committee to address law             Robinson (84th)
        enforcement officers' and fire fighters' loss of income
        due to job-related injuries.                           
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HR  32  Allison Blackwell; commend on receiving 2003 Prudential   Davis
        Spirit of Community Award.                             
           03/24 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  33  Dr. William G. Munn; commend for many years of            Rotenberry
        outstanding service.                                   
           03/27 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  34  Janice Davis; commend on outstanding track and field      West
        achievements.                                          
           03/27 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  35  Attorney General Mike Moore; commend for 25 years of      Brown
        service and congratulate upon retirement.              
           03/27 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  36  Richton High School Basketball Team; commend on winning   Pierce
        State Championship.                                    
           03/27 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  37  Grenada County School District; commend retirees for      Perkins
        service.                                               
           03/27 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  38  John Guyton; commend on being named Mississippi PLT's     Zuber
        2003 Educator of the Year.                             
           03/27 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  39  Thomas R. "Papa" Shack, Sr.; commend on being named a     Weathersby
        2003 Mississippi Ageless Hero.                         
           03/27 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  40  Joe F. Sanderson, Jr.; commend for being inducted into    Shows
        Mississippi Poultry Hall of Fame.                      
           03/27 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  41  Brad and Luanne Brooks; commend for being John Deere      Reynolds
        Outstanding Young Farmer of 2002.                      
           03/27 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  42  Reverend Guy Reedy; commend for outstanding service.      Reynolds
           03/27 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  43  Speaker Pro Tempore Robert George Clark, Jr.; commend     Ford
        upon retirement.                                       
           03/27 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  44  All Saints' Episcopal School; commend for outstanding     Reynolds
        education.                                             
           03/27 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  45  Corinth High School; commend and congratulate for         Moss
        winning the Class 3A championship.                     
           04/01 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  46  Speaker Tim Ford; commend upon his retirement.            Clark
           03/27 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  47  The Smith family; commend for their sacrifice and         Nicholson
        service to the United States military.                 
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  48  Mr. V. Birney Imes, Jr.; commend life and works and       Smith (39th)
        express sympathy upon his passing.                     
           04/01 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  49  Les Barnett; commend on outstanding service.              Ford
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  50  Billy Bowles; commend for many years of outstanding       Ford
        service.                                               
           04/01 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  51  Tom Cameron; commend for outstanding service.             Ford
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  52  Tommy Horne; commend for many years of outstanding        Ford
        service.                                               
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  53  Andrew Ketchings; commend on outstanding service.         Ford
           04/01 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  54  David Livingston; commend for outstanding service.        Ford
           04/01 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  55  Percy Maples; commend for many years of outstanding       Ford
        service.                                               
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  56  Keith Montgomery; commend on outstanding service.         Ford
           04/01 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  57  Clem Nettles; commend for outstanding service.            Ford
           04/01 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  58  Rob Roberson; commend on outstanding service.             Ford
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  59  Valeria Robertson; commend for outstanding service.       Ford
           04/01 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  60  Eloise Scott; commend on many years of outstanding        Ford
        service.                                               
           04/01 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  61  Charlie Smith; commend for outstanding service.           Ford
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  62  Corinth High School Warriors; commend on excellent        Moss
        basketball season.                                     
           04/01 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  63  Corinth High School Tennis Team; commend and              Moss
        congratulate for ninth state championship.             
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  64  House rules; amend to limit terms for Speaker and         Horne
        Speaker Pro Tempore.                                   
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HR  65  House Rules; Speaker Pro Tempore; abolish office.         Horne
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HR  66  Duane E. Walhood; commend life and express sympathy       Mayo
        upon his death.                                        
           04/01 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  67  Donald H. Anderson; commend life and express sympathy     Mayo
        upon passing.                                          
           04/01 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  68  Ripley High School Cheerleaders; commend for winning      Ward
        first place in the MHSAA competition.                  
           04/01 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  69  John Knox Mayfield; commend life of and express           Eaton
        sympathy upon passing.                                 
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  70  2nd Lt. Therrel Shane Childers; remember service and      Dedeaux
        commend life.                                          
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  71  Mary Holmes College; urge Southern Association of         Clark
        Colleges and Schools to renew accreditation.           
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
HR  72  Davey L. Whitney; commend on outstanding coaching         West
        career in college basketball.                          
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  73  Leflore County School District employees; commend on      Perkins
        retirement.                                            
           03/30 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  74  Kossuth High School Aggies Girls Softball Team; commend   Moss
        for outstanding 2003 season.                           
           04/01 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2001  Environmental self-audit privilege; remove availability   Nunnelee
 *      in criminal cases and conform to meet EPA requirements.
           01/20 Approved by Governor
SB2002  State Law enforcement officer; not required to use        Jackson
        personal leave for wound or injury in line of duty.    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2003  Alternative school programs; increase allotment of        Jackson
        funds for.                                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2004  Mississippi Prepaid Affordable College Tuition (MPACT)    Burton
 * %    Program; authorize payment for graduate school courses,
        etc.                                                   
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2005  Eminent domain; authorize trials without a jury under     Dearing
        certain circumstances.                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2006  Motorcycle Operator Safety Program; establish.            Dearing
 * %       03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2007  Retirement benefits; subject to child support orders.     White
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2008  Environmental justice; enact Environmental Equity Act.    Dawkins
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2009  Light wine or beer; authorize sale and possession at      Gordon
        any qualified resort area.                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2010  Official state song; adopt "Mississippi Song".            Nunnelee
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2011  Elections; qualified elector may vote absentee for any    Jackson
        reason.                                                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2012  Income taxation; grant a tax credit for contributions     Jackson
  $%    to certain student aid programs.                       
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2013  Lemon Law; prohibit transfer of buy-back and              Jackson
        nonconforming vehicles without notice.                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2014  State and local law enforcement/fire fighters; not        Jackson
        required to use personal leave for injury in line of   
        duty.                                                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2015  Erroneous conviction; provide civil cause of action.      Jackson
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2016  Ten Commandments; authorize display on school property.   Jackson
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2017  Absentee ballots; allow all persons qualified to vote     Jackson
        by absentee ballot to do so by mail.                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2018  Sales tax; exempt certain amount of retail sales to       Jackson
  $%    churches.                                              
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2019  Absentee ballot; require ballots to be sent               Jackson
        automatically to persons 65 years of age or older upon 
        written request.                                       
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2020  Approp.; Attorney General - Boys and Girls Clubs of       Jackson
        America from tobacco funds; FY2004.                    
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2021  Retirement system; authorize creditable service for       Jackson
        certain part-time employment as a school bus driver.   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2022  MS Transportation Commission; require adoption of a       Jackson
        pilot right-of-way management system.                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2023  Vehicle weight limit; make exception for certain          Jackson
   %    logging vehicles transporting equipment.               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2024  Regional Alternative School Pilot Program (R.A.S.P.);     Jackson
        authorize under Division of Youth Services.            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2025  Public schools; require certain appropriate conduct by    Jackson
        students.                                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2026  Approp.; tobacco litigation funds - supplemental health   Jackson
        ins. for law enforcement; FY 2004.                     
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2027  Capitol Complex Real Estate Board; create.                Jackson
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2028  Appointments to State Board of Chiropractic Examiners;    Little
        to be from 4 new congressional districts.              
           03/12 Approved by Governor
SB2029  Municipal judges; clarify authority to solemnize          Carlton
        marriages.                                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2030  Highway work zone; revise penalty for speeding.           Dearing
 *         03/14 (H) Died On Calendar
SB2031  Elections; authorize early voting.                        Jackson
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2032  Attorney General; revise method of retaining outside      Jackson
        counsel.                                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2033  Credit card issuers; prohibit charging merchants amount   Tollison
        in excess of contractual discount rate.                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2034  Bonds; issue general obligation bonds for repair and      Jackson
  $%    renovation of state-owned buildings and facilities.    
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2035  Election of municipal separate school district trustees   Gordon
        presently elected; to be held at the general election. 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2036  Income tax; allow credit for child adoption expenses.     Nunnelee
  $%       02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2037  Transfer of Industrial Training and Postsecondary Adult   Burton
        Training Programs to SBCJC; delete repealer.           
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2038  Lobbying law; include public employees engaging in        Nunnelee
        lobbying activities.                                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2039  Sales tax; exempt sales to the American Family            Nunnelee
  $%    Association.                                           
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2040  School superintendents; appoint all superintendents       Nunnelee
        after 1/1/2004.                                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2041  School-related fund-raising activities; provide certain   Nunnelee
   %    restrictions.                                          
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2042  Sales tax exemption; Habitat for Humanity.                Nunnelee
  $%       02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2043  Income tax; provide credit for contributions to school    Nunnelee
   %    tuition organizations or public schools.               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2044  Income tax; revise certain provisions regarding gains     Nunnelee
  $%    and losses and business deductions.                    
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2045  Election; prohibit convicted felons from voting.          Nunnelee
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2046  M.T.A.G. Scholarship Program; increase tuition            Nunnelee
        assistance for freshman and sophomore students.        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2047  Medical procedures on minor by Department of Health;      Nunnelee
        require parental consent.                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2048  Income tax; increase exemption for National Guard and     Ross
  $%    Reserve pay.                                           
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2049  Toll roads; authorize Transportation Commission to        Ross
 * %    contract with private entities to construct (MDOT).    
           03/12 (H) Died On Calendar
SB2050  Chancery court; create 21st district.                     Chamberlin
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2051  Death benefits trust fund; revise to include emergency    Chamberlin
        medical technicians.                                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2052  Teacher salary annual increment; authorize for up to 30   Chamberlin
        years of teaching experience.                          
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2053  Require reciprocal; hunting license fees for              Chamberlin
   %    nonresidents.                                          
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2054  Personal leave for state employees; eliminate first day   Gordon
        of illness requirement.                                
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2055  School bond limitation based on assessed valuation;       Tollison
   %    revise.                                                
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2056  Bonds; increase amount that may be issued to provide      Tollison
  $%    grants for livestock facilities.                       
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2057  Lost or destroyed warrants; remove requirement for        Tollison
        filing an affidavit and bond for a duplicate to be     
        issued.                                                
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2058  Federal highway funds; provide for allocation of TEA-21   Tollison
        funds.                                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2059  Contracts to a single entity for design and               Tollison
   %    construction of dormitories on university campus; IHL  
        authorized to enter into.                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2060  Fire rebate money; allow counties to use for              Jackson
        construction of building for fire protection purposes. 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2061  Constables; annual reports filed with State Auditor.      Jackson
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2062  Retirement system; social security finding of total       Jackson
        disability shall be accepted for disability retirement.
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2063  MS Motor Vehicle Safety Inspection Law; repeal.           Nunnelee
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2064  Responsible Alcohol Vendor Program; establish.            Minor
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2065  Psychiatric treatment facility and acute child            Minor
        psychiatric beds in Desoto County; may participate in  
        Medicaid.                                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2066  MS Transportation Commission; authorize to purchase       Kirby
 *      certain insurance policies.                            
           03/23 Approved by Governor
SB2067  Volunteer fire fighters; authorize to direct traffic      Carmichael
        while in the performance of their duties.              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2068  State income tax child care credit based on percentage    Farris
  $%    of federal credit; provide for.                        
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2069  Fire fighters of MS Military Department; allow to         Carmichael
        accrue additional leave benefits under certain         
        circumstances.                                         
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2070  Appropriation; scholarships for USM's Summer Program      Farris
        for Talented Youth, FY 2004.                           
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2071  State Employees Health Insurance; pay for certain exams   Tollison
        from Tobacco Trust Fund.                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2072  Light wine and beer laws; remove repeal date on ABC       Minor
 *      officer's enforcement authority.                       
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2073  Video games; protect children from violent videos.        Tollison
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2074  Medicaid reimbursable; EPSDT services provided by         Dearing
        licensed professional counselor.                       
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2075  Eminent domain, authorize trials without a jury under     Dearing
        certain circumstances.                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2076  Ad valorem taxation; exempt property of certain           Minor
  $%    not-for-profit legal foundations.                      
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2077  Television advertisements; unlawful to broadcast at       Furniss
        higher decibel levels.                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2078  Retirement system; allow credit for certain service as    Furniss
        student high school bus driver.                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2079  Highway Patrol Retirement System; increase benefit for    Furniss
        spouse of a deceased member.                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2080  Trucks; prohibit riding in open cargo area.               White
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2081  Sex crimes; reports to be confidential.                   White
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2082  HIV; establish crime of exposure.                         White
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2083  Religion; protect free exercise from state                White
        interference.                                          
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2084  Tobacco; driver's license suspension for youth offense.   Chaney
 *         03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2085  Certified animal euthanasia technicians; authorize MS     Canon
   %    Board of Veterinary Medicine to regulate.              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2086  DUI; enhance penalty when certain minors are              Chamberlin
        passengers.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2087  Contract with cities, counties or other private           Chamberlin
   %    entities for food establishment inspections; State     
        Board of Health auth. to.                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2088  Circuit court; create Twenty-third District.              Chamberlin
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2089  State Tax Commission; authorize the commission to enter   Smith
 *      into the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement.      
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2090  Insurance producer licenses; require biennial term.       Johnson (19th)
 * %       03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2091  Tax assessors; notify qualified homeowners who reach      Johnson (19th)
        the age of 65 of their eligibility for special         
        homestead exemption.                                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2092  Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize for      Kirby
 * %    various organizations.                                 
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2093  Marriage and family therapist educational                 Dearing
   %    qualifications; clarify accrediting agencies.          
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2094  Income tax; increase exemption for National Guard and     Burton
  $%    Reserve pay.                                           
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2095  CPR classes; require in health curriculum Grades 9        Burton *
        through 12.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2096  Driver's license; require vision for certain              Dearing
        applicants.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2097  Litter law; revise penalties for violation (MDOT).        Dearing *
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2098  Mississippi Code; provide set to office of school         Dearing
        superintendent and school board attorney.              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2099  Insurance agents; exempt 65 or older from continuing      Dearing
 *      education requirements.                                
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2100  Sales tax exemption; Ducks Unlimited fund-raising         Dearing
  $%    purchases.                                             
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2101  Bonds; increase amount that may be issued to provide      Dearing
  $%    grants for livestock facilities.                       
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2102  Transportation Commission; may adopt rules regarding      Dearing
 *      the management, sale or disposal of timber on highway  
        rights-of-way.                                         
           03/25 Approved by Governor
SB2103  Medicaid reimbursable; mental health services provided    Dearing
        by licensed professional counselor.                    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2104  Counties; maintain private roads used as Head Start       Jackson
        turnarounds.                                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2105  Counties; authorize to acquire cell phones for            Jackson
        Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks officers.                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2106  Performance targets for state agencies; optional in       Gordon
        appropriation bills beginning FY 2004.                 
           02/13 (S) Died On Calendar
SB2107  Motor vehicle inspection law; municipal law enforcement   Little
        officers enforce.                                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2108  Home school students; authorize dual enrollment in        Nunnelee
        public schools.                                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2109  "Disruptive behavior" by students which authorizes        Tollison
        disciplinary action by school officials; add certain   
        actions by students.                                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2110  School bus parking pads; allow counties to grade and      Tollison
        gravel.                                                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2111  Donation of leave time; reenact.                          Tollison
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2112  Donated leave; reestablish policy and revise definition   Tollison
        of "catastrophic injury or illness."                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2113  Appropriation; Human Services, expand Adolescent          Farris
        Offender Program, FY04.                                
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2114  Recall; revise petition and election procedures.          Chaney
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2115  Court-ordered payments to any state agency; shall be      Chaney
        subject to budgeting and appropriation.                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2116  Open container; prohibit in vehicles.                     White
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2117  Radar; allow use by any size municipality.                Dearing
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2118  Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries/Parks; enter into            Dearing
        interlocal agreements with any municipality to operate 
        a satellite golf facility.                             
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2119  Community college districts; may waive out-of-state       Dearing
   %    tuition for students living within 50 miles of campus. 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2120  Sheriff of Franklin County; authorize annual salary       Dearing
        supplement for.                                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2121  Bonds; issue general obligation bonds to improve Duncan   Dearing
  $%    Park Golf Course in Natchez.                           
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2122  Critical teacher shortage Masters Degree Program;         Smith
        authorize teachers licensed under alternate route.     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2123  Radar; authorize use by sheriffs.                         Lee
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2124  Hunting and fishing licenses to expire one year after     Chamberlin
   %    issuance; notify licensee to expiration.               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2125  Optometrists; certified optometrists may administer and   Minor
   %    prescribe certain drugs and perform certain eye-care   
        procedures.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2126  All special fund agencies shall be funded through the     Burton
   %    State General Fund; require.                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2127  Telephone solicitors; prohibit from blocking consumers'   Smith
        use of caller I.D.                                     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2128  Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; authorize          Smith
   %    issuance for supporter of POW's and MIA's.             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2129  State and School Employees Health Insurance Plan          Browning
        premium cost increases; to be funded from Tobacco      
        Litigation Expendable Fund.                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2130  Equal pay; enact Fair Pay Act of 2003.                    Walls
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2131  State travel agency contract; university may contract     Farris
        with separate agency without DFA approval.             
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2132  Annexation; require bifurcated hearing.                   Farris
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2133  Death penalty; eliminate for persons who are mentally     Walls
        retarded.                                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2134  Health care provider lien; create upon claims/actions     Farris
        of an injured person with an unpaid health care        
        provider bill.                                         
           02/11 (S) Died In Committee
SB2135  Traffic regulations; slow-moving traffic to keep right.   Walls
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2136  Traffic regulations; create offense of failure to         Walls
        yield.                                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2137  Larceny, petit; increase threshold, conform grand         Walls
        larceny.                                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2138  Retirement; law enforcement officers, fire fighters or    Walls
        emergency service employees may retire after 20 years' 
        service.                                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2139  Death penalty; repeal.                                    Walls *
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2140  Criminal defense; diminished capacity established.        Walls
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2141  Income tax; increase exemption for National Guard and     Furniss
  $%    Reserve pay.                                           
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2142  Jury duty; misdemeanor to dissuade and civil cause of     Walls
        action for retaliation.                                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2143  Employment-at-will doctrine; abolish and create Good      Walls
        Faith in Employment Act.                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2144  Gambling; cheating punished as larceny.                   Walls
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2145  Mississippi Individual On-Site Wastewater System          Huggins
   %    Disposal Law; reenact and make technical amendments to.
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2146  Rape, statutory; must be knowing and willful.             Walls
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2147  Bonds; issue g.o. bonds for expansion of the Department   Huggins
   %    of Health's public health laboratory.                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2148  Law enforcement officers; revise definition of.           Walls
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2149  Exemption from child-care facility licensure for          Huggins
 *      certain accredited programs; extend the repealer for   
        one year.                                              
           03/19 Approved by Governor
SB2150  Criminal records; certain young offenders may expunge.    Walls
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2151  Infant Mortality Task Force organization; extend          Huggins
        repealer.                                              
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2152  Youth courts; state-funded support staff.                 Walls
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2153  SDH report birth information on illegitimate children     Huggins
        to district attorneys; delete requirement.             
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2154  Joseph Harvey; restore suffrage.                          Harvey
           04/02 Approved by Governor
SB2155  Statewide Public Defender System; revise.                 Gordon
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2156  Organ donation; establish and empower a Mississippi       Walls
        Organ Donor and Education Board.                       
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2157  Telemarketers; require to obtain listings of MS           Burton
        consumers on national do-not-call list.                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2158  Suffrage; restore to Jerry McDonald of Newton County.     Burton
           04/02 Approved by Governor
SB2159  Commitment; limit time for transfer to state facility     Chamberlin
        and provide for treatment cost.                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2160  Teacher Retention Grant Program; scholarships available   Chamberlin
        to teachers working for a Master's or Doctorate of     
        Education degree.                                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2161  Distinctive motor vehicle license tags; provide for the   Minor
   %    issuance of to supporters of the Mississippi Nurses    
        Foundation.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2162  Public Service Commission; regulate cable television      Cuevas
        system.                                                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2163  Adult foster care family homes and group homes; provide   Burton
   %    for licensure and regulation of.                       
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2164  School superintendents; appoint all superintendents       Johnson (38th)
        after 1/1/2004.                                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2165  Law enforcement officers, fire fighters; revise death     Johnson (38th)
        benefits of when killed in line of duty.               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2166  Youth court; state-funded county courts.                  Walls
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2167  Investigators; license and regulate private and legal.    Walls
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2168  Traffic violations; double fine/no record for 1st or      Walls
   %    2nd.                                                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2169  Licenses tags; provide a partial ad valorem tax           Furniss
  $%    exemption for motor vehicles owned by active duty      
        members of the National Guard and Reserves.            
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2170  Bonds; issue general obligation bonds for a National      Furniss
  $%    Guard Readiness Center in Clarksdale.                  
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2171  Telephone solicitations; prohibit for subscribers who     Furniss
   %    notify PSC.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2172  Public housing; create drug-free zone.                    Furniss
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2173  County court judges; revise maximum salary of.            Chamberlin
 *         03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2174  Radar; boards of supervisors authorized to direct         Ross
        sheriffs to utilize.                                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2175  Bonds; issue to fund Phase I of Moon Lake State Park.     Furniss
  $%       03/18 (H) Died In Committee
SB2176  DUI; allow multiple counts for vehicular homicide.        Burton
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2177  Accumulated personal leave; authorize transfer between    Harden
        state and county agencies.                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2178  Education of exceptional children; revise parent due      Harden
        process and investigation procedures.                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2179  Commission on Human Rights; create.                       Harden
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2180  Human Relations Commission; establish.                    Harden
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2181  Sales tax; exempt retail sales of certain foods for       Harden
  $%    human consumption.                                     
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2182  Deferred Retirement Option Program (DROP); create.        Harden
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2183  Child-care facility educational standards and staff       Harden
   %    development program; DHS & SDE establish.              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2184  Mississippi Department of Labor and Commissioner of       Harden
        Labor; establish.                                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2185  Campaign finance disclosure; failure to receive notice    Harden
        of late filing may mitigate civil fine.                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2186  Study Committee on Retired Teacher Reemployment Option;   Harden
 *      create and require report.                             
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2187  Agreement between child development tech programs at      Harden
        the community colleges and the universities; require.  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2188  Veterans Memorial Stadium Commission; shall not charge    Harden
        JSU for use of stadium.                                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2189  School services for special population students;          Harden
        require course of study in teacher preparation         
        curriculum and in-service staff.                       
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2190  Flexible office hours for certain state agencies;         Harden
        authorize.                                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2191  Study selection and governance structures of local        Harden
        school boards; create task force.                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2192  Gun shows; prohibit attendance by certain minors          Harden
        without a parent or legal guardian.                    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2193  School districts; elect members of all school boards in   Harden
        2004.                                                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2194  Consumer collection agencies; require registration and    Harden
   %    prohibit certain acts.                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2195  State income tax credit for out-of-pocket classroom       Harden
  $%    supply expenditures made by public schoolteachers;     
        provide for.                                           
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2196  Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Bonds; authorize certain    Harden
  $%    school districts to issue.                             
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2197  "Education Independence and Accountability Act of         Harden
   %    2003"; enact and repeal supervision of State Dept of Ed
        over school districts.                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2198  Unemployment compensation benefits; eliminate one-week    Harden
        waiting period for eligibility.                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2199  Substitute teachers may be paid twice per month and       Harden
        while student teaching; authorize.                     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2200  Retired teachers; may draw benefits and be reemployed     Harden
        as teachers under certain circumstances.               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2201  Retired teachers; may draw retirement benefits and be     Harden
        reemployed as teachers if they have 25 years of        
        creditable service.                                    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2202  Justice court; revise civil procedure.                    Nunnelee
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2203  School district authority to contract for training        Harden
        activities; clarify.                                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2204  Taxation; income tax credit incentives for certain        Nunnelee
  $%    activities at brownfield sites.                        
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2205  Driver's license; no suspension of jail time for          Nunnelee
        driving with suspended of revoked license.             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2206  Free port warehouse; authorize partial exemptions for     Nunnelee
 *$%    property in.                                           
           04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2207  School term; revise first day and last day for all        Nunnelee
        schools.                                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2208  School board elections; elect members in all school       Nunnelee
        districts.                                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2209  Eviction; by district attorney for drug violations.       Nunnelee
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2210  Student and Family Privacy Protection Act; enact.         Nunnelee
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2211  Wrongful death action; damages not awarded parent who     Nunnelee
        has abandoned a child.                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2212  Youth special hunts; provide that the four-point          Posey
        restriction shall not apply.                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2213  Restitution; revise maximum in justice court.             Posey
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2214  Certificates of title; certificates for manufactured      Minor
        homes classified as real property may be cancelled.    
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2215  Health insurance; require coverage for cognitive          Carmichael
        rehabilitation therapy.                                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2216  Sales tax; reduce the tax on admissions to all            Carmichael
  $%    publicly-owned facilities.                             
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2217  Official state song; adopt "My Home Mississippi."         Furniss
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2218  Auto liability insurance; require proof at legal          Burton
 *      roadblocks.                                            
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2219  Law enforcement officers; allow family of officer         Posey
        killed in line of duty to keep sidearm.                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2220  Multicultural understanding; require courses for          Johnson (38th)
        students in colleges of education.                     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2221  Small Municipalities and Limited Population Counties      Tollison
        Fund, Mississippi Business Investment Act; revise      
        definition of small municipality and small community.  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2222  Physicians; Medical Practice Disclosure Act.              Jackson
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2223  Purple Heart distinctive license tag; surviving spouse    King
   %    entitled to one tax exempt tag.                        
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2224  Motor vehicle tinted window regulations; any municipal    Jackson
        police officer may enforce.                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2225  Environmental protection; prohibit concentrated animal    Dawkins
        feeding operation in floodplains.                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2226  Environmental Quality; remove authority of DEQ to hire    Dawkins
        attorneys and require Attorney General to provide legal
        counsel to department.                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2227  Statewide strategic plan and Administrative Services      Gordon
        Bureau to assist agencies; authorize DFA to establish. 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2228  Jurisdictional amount; revise for circuit and justice     Turner
        court.                                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2229  Land surveyors; limitation of liability.                  Kirby
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2230  Venue; intrastate forum non conveniens.                   Ross
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2231  Confederate historic structures; unlawful to destroy or   White
        remove.                                                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2232  Alienation of affection; abolish tort of.                 Jackson *
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2233  Elections; require voters to present I.D. prior to        Ross
        voting.                                                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2234  Retired teachers; may draw benefits and be reemployed     Carmichael
        as teachers.                                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2235  County road and bridge construction; revise method of     Jackson
        allocation of state monies in certain counties.        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2236  State Employee Management Training Act; create.           Smith
 *         03/12 Approved by Governor
SB2237  Voter Security Act of 2003; create.                       Smith
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2238  Fees charged by State Dept of Health for food service     Huggins
   %    establishments, wastewater disposal systems and        
        pressure vessels; revise.                              
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2239  Minimum insurance requirements for ambulance vehicles;    Huggins
        increase.                                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2240  Access to patient's medical records; provide for.         Burton
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2241  Legal state holiday; designate December 10th (date        Furniss
        Mississippi was admitted into the United States of     
        America).                                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2242  Pat Harrison Waterway District; revise method of          Robertson
  $%    funding.                                               
           03/18 (H) Died In Committee
SB2243  Bonds; issue to fund the Railroad Revitalization Fund     Dearing
  $%    for loans for certain railroad projects.               
           03/18 (H) Died In Committee
SB2244  Motor Vehicle Commission; revise qualifications of        Gordon
        members & clarify manufacturer inducements allowed for 
        government sales.                                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2245  Teacher license; require revocation if person convicted   White
        of child abuse or child sexual abuse.                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2246  Anti-mask prohibition; enact.                             Jackson
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2247  Ceiling established for salaries of public employees;     Gordon
        State Personnel Board may exempt professional engineers
        from.                                                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2248  Auto liability insurance; require insurers to furnish     Farris
        to the State Tax Commission certain information        
        regarding.                                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2249  Coroners to perform a death scene investigation for       Huggins
        unexplained infant deaths; require.                    
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2250  Municipal sewer and gas; municipalities under 10,000      Browning
 *      shall not be required to bear cost of removal from     
        highway rights-of-way.                                 
           03/23 Approved by Governor
SB2251  Tax Collectors Education and Certification Program;       Thames
        create.                                                
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2252  Highways; require board of supervisors to place and       Dearing *
        maintain traffic control devices on county roads.      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2253  Larger fraternal benefit societies; revise regulatory     Kirby
 *      laws.                                                  
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2254  Larger fraternal benefit societies; revise method/fee     Kirby
   %    for service of process upon.                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2255  Distinctive motor vehicle license tags; provide for       Posey
  $%    issuance of a tax exempt tag to chiefs of volunteer    
        fire departments.                                      
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2256  Audits of insurance companies; clarify qualifications     Kirby
        required of the accountants who perform audits.        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2257  Board of supervisors; revise salary scale in counties     Thames
        with certain acreage owned by federal government.      
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2258  Retirement; include judges in legislative retirement      Furniss
        plan.                                                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2259  Investment of certain funds by domestic insurance         Kirby
        companies; clarify percentage allowed.                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2260  Home repair fraud; create offense, prescribe              Moffatt
 *      punishment.                                            
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2261  Foreign insurance companies; require to file their        Kirby
   %    bylaws and articles of incorporation.                  
           03/12 Approved by Governor
SB2262  Highways; create the Four-Lane Highway Maintenance        Furniss
  $%    Account and fund with gaming fee increase.             
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2263  Surplus lines insurance agents; revise qualifications     Kirby
   %    for licensing of.                                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2264  Larger fraternal benefit societies; provide solvency      Kirby
        standard.                                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2265  Legal process served on Commissioner of Insurance;        Kirby
   %    charge insurance company fee at time of service.       
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2266  Larger fraternal benefit societies; revise license        Kirby
   %    term.                                                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2267  Public official bonds; provide civil penalty upon         Kirby
   %    sureties which fail to give reasons for nonpayment.    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2268  Insurance agents; eliminate requirement to exhibit        Kirby
        agent certificate on demand.                           
           03/17 Approved by Governor
SB2269  Unmarked vehicles; authorize use by Division of           Huggins
 *      Medicaid and State Fire Marshal's Office.              
           03/25 Approved by Governor
SB2270  Public water authorities; authorize creation.             Robertson
 * %       04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2271  Medical care; refusal to render constitutes misdemeanor   Walls
        under certain circumstances.                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2272  Child-care licensure requirements; delete certain         Huggins
   %    reports.                                               
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2273  Controlled substance analogue; include in Uniform         Huggins
        Controlled Substance Act and other criminal penalty    
        statutes.                                              
           02/13 (S) Died On Calendar
SB2274  Zoning ordinances; revise number of votes necessary for   Chamberlin
        amendments.                                            
           03/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB2275  MDOT; may issue rights-of-way permits for fiber optic     Dearing *
   %    transmission lines on freeways.                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2276  Public Employees Life Insurance Plan; increase            Dearing
        insurance limits for retirees.                         
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2277  Public Employees' Retirement System; authorize members    Tollison
        of the Mississippi National Guard to be included as a  
        coverage group.                                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2278  Art for Public Facilities Act; create.                    Farris
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2279  Mississippi Educational Television Authority; define      Chaney
 *      authority to enter into joint revenue generating       
        ventures.                                              
           03/14 Approved by Governor
SB2280  Real property; clarify ad valorem tax exemption           Dearing *
   %    whenever acquired by governmental entity (MDOT).       
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2281  Motorcycle helmets; revise requirement to wear.           Dearing
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2282  Cell phones; prohibit while diving.                       Furniss
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2283  Cities and counties; require per diem and expense         Posey *
        reimbursement to members of local human resource       
        boards.                                                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2284  County court judges; change basis for compensation for    Chamberlin
        certain counties.                                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2285  Labor organizations; prohibit from giving  money to       White
        members to give to political activities.               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2286  Radar; expand use by municipalities and counties upon     Smith
        approval by the Department of Public Safety.           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2287  Sales tax; provide that electricity used for certain      Canon
  $%    purposes is a raw material for purposes of industrial  
        exemption.                                             
           03/23 Approved by Governor
SB2288  Department of Audit; revise enforcement authority of      Ross
        investigative officers.                                
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2289  Elections; enact municipal open primary law.              Nunnelee
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2290  Public property; authorize DFA to purchase or             Jackson
        lease-purchase property to centrally locate state      
        agencies.                                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2291  Medical malpractice insurance for physicians providing    Johnson (38th)
        services for Medicaid/Medicare patients; establish     
        program.                                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2292  Law enforcement officer; create crime of fleeing or       Carmichael
        eluding.                                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2293  New domestic insurance company financial statements;      Kirby
        revise filing requirements.                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2294  State Board of Chiropractic Examiners; authorized to      Huggins
   %    establish preceptorship program, temporary and         
        emergency licenses.                                    
           03/12 Approved by Governor
SB2295  Certain licensure standards for personal care homes;      Huggins
   %    delete repealer.                                       
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2296  State Treasurer transfer certain funds into Budget        Gordon
        Contingency Fund for FY 2003; direct.                  
           02/13 (S) Died On Calendar
SB2297  MS Administrative Procedures Law; create.                 Ross
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2298  Mississippi Nursing Shortage Reduction Act of 2003;       Dawkins
        enact.                                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2299  Department of Transportation; require placement of        Dearing
        markers on rights-of-way memorializing vehicle accident
        deaths.                                                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2300  State Employees Health Insurance Plan; require coverage   Carmichael
        for hyperbaric oxygen therapy for cerebral palsy       
        children.                                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2301  Expulsion of a student for assaulting a teacher or        King
        other school employee; require.                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2302  Judges; create additional circuit judgeship in First      Nunnelee
        District.                                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2303  16th section school land classified as "forest land";     Stogner
        authorize exchange for other land producing more income
        for school district.                                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2304  State-owned vehicles; revise deadline for annual report   Thames
        prepared by State Auditor.                             
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2305  Mississippi drug and alcohol employee testing statutes;   Huggins
        clarify.                                               
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2306  Expunction; clarify for arrest record.                    Walls
 *         04/24 Approved by Governor
SB2307  Voice stress analysis; authorize law enforcement to       Hamilton
        operate with limitations.                              
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2308  DNA sample; require of certain convicted felons.          Hamilton
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2309  State Treasurer transfer certain funds into Budget        Farris
        Contingency Fund for FY 2003; direct.                  
           02/13 (S) Died On Calendar
SB2310  Allow all-terrain vehicles to be voluntarily titled in    Little
        this state and allow nonresidents to title them in this
        state.                                                 
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2311  Public school speech-language pathologists and            King
        audiologists; define year of experience for salary     
        purposes.                                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2312  Retiree health insurance; plan designed by PERS shall     Harden
        take effect July 1, 2003.                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2313  Minimum sick leave allowance for assistant teachers;      Harden
 *      provide.                                               
           03/23 Approved by Governor
SB2314  Annual leave for teachers; allow additional               Harden
        accumulation of personal leave.                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2315  Deferred Retirement Option Plan; create.                  Johnson (38th)
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2316  Sheriffs; increase salaries of.                           Thames
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2317  Donation of leave time; reenact.                          Thames
 *         03/25 Approved by Governor
SB2318  Contempt of the Legislature; prescribe crime for.         Chaney
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2319  Judicial elections; candidate may be elected by less      Chaney
        than a majority vote in certain circumstances.         
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2320  Income tax; exempt certain income received by foreign     Minor
  $%    lenders from a trust operating certain projects.       
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2321  Distinctive motor vehicle license tags; provide for the   Minor
   %    issuance to supporters of the Mississippi Loggers      
        Association.                                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2322  MS Major Economic Impact Act; clarify that MS Major       Minor
 * %    Economic Impact Authority may hold title to land,      
        revise note maturity date.                             
           04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2323  Counties and municipalities; report to State Auditor      Dawkins
        expenditures made when advertising resources of the    
        county/municipality.                                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2324  Radar; lower population requirement for cities to use     Dawkins
        on federally designated highways.                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2325  Optometrists; certified optometrists may administer and   Minor
   %    prescribe certain drugs and perform certain eye care   
        procedures.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2326  Medicaid prior authorization of drugs for                 Burton
        reimbursement; exempt antipsychotic drugs.             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2327  Appropriation; Department of Human Services, social       Little
 *      workers; additional FY2003.                            
           02/17 Approved by Governor
SB2328  Sheriffs; authorize to use Inmate Canteen Fund for        Dickerson
        educational related expenses.                          
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2329  Telephone solicitations; prohibit for subscribers who     Chamberlin
   %    notify PSC.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2330  Coastal wetlands; increase fee for sand and gravel        Dawkins
   %    removed from wetlands.                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2331  Legal holidays; include "Good Friday".                    Hyde-Smith
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2332  Highway work zone; revise penalty for speeding.           Hyde-Smith
 *         02/11 (S) Died In Committee
SB2333  Justice court judges; increase salary in Tunica County.   Furniss
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2334  Riding bailiffs; increase authorized compensation for.    Furniss
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2335  Quitman County Work Center; name softball field in        Furniss
        memory of Richard K. Paris.                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2336  Students residing in university on-campus housing;        Burton
        require vaccination against meningitis.                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2337  State and School Employees Health Insurance Plan;         Harden
        remove deductible amounts and allow certain copayments 
        under.                                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2338  State Board of Health; appointments to be from new        Huggins
 *      congressional districts.                               
           04/21 Approved by Governor
SB2339  Local school district health/physical education           Harden
 *      advisory councils; establish.                          
           03/18 Approved by Governor
SB2340  Critical access hospitals may relicense acute care beds   Huggins
 *   V  without CON; authorize.                                
           03/31 (S) Veto Referred To Public Health and Welfare
SB2341  District attorneys; increase office operating allowance   Thames
        for.                                                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2342  Circuit and chancery clerks; supervisors may pay          Thames
        employer contribution to retirement system.            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2343  Medicaid reimbursement for case management services and   Burton
        home-delivered meals; delete certain requirements.     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2344  Public purchasing laws; make various amendments           Burton
 * %    (MAGPPA).                                              
           04/21 Approved by Governor
SB2345  Transportation Department appropriation; delete           Dearing *
        requirement for separation into program areas (MDOT).  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2346  Medicaid; make technical amendments and place certain     Huggins
 * %    limits on services.                                    
           03/31 (S) Died In Conference
SB2347  Prohibition against deductions from salary of school      Harden
        employees; repeal.                                     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2348  DNA; biological sample from all convicted felons.         Carlton
 *         03/23 Approved by Governor
SB2349  Court-ordered home studies conducted by social workers;   Huggins
 * %    may be paid by parents involved.                       
           03/12 Approved by Governor
SB2350  Child support guidelines; clarify application of.         Huggins
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2351  School psychologists; define authorized program           Burton
        activities.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2352  Special fuels; repeal provision that allows nonhighway    Minor
   %    use of undyed diesel fuel (STC).                       
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2353  Ad valorem taxation; embedded software is not exempt      Minor
  $%    from (STC).                                            
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2354  Income taxation; remove reverter on method of             Minor
  $%    determining "arms length" transactions (STC).          
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2355  Sheriff; authorize Coahoma County to supplement salary.   Furniss
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2356  Labor; establish a MS Department of Labor-Management      Johnson (38th)
        Relations.                                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2357  Additional highways; reconstruct a portion of Highway     Mettetal
        315.                                                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2358  Sales taxation; exempt retail sales of certain articles   Michel
  $%    of clothing during the first weekend in August.        
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2359  Public Service Commission; regulate cable television      Mettetal
        systems.                                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2360  Judicial Performance; revise appointments to              Mettetal
        commission.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2361  Bail bondsmen; prohibit certain acts/revise               Kirby
        definitions.                                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2362  Retired teachers; may draw retirement benefits and be     Hyde-Smith
        reemployed as teachers in critical teacher shortage    
        areas.                                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2363  Abused or neglected children in custody of the            Huggins
 *      Department of Human Services; require annual permanency
        hearing.                                               
           03/19 Approved by Governor
SB2364  Emancipation of a minor and recovery of child support     Huggins
        payments in arrears in such cases; provide for.        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2365  Taxation; State Tax Commission prescribe the manner in    Minor
        which gross revenue shall be reported by gaming        
        licensees for taxes (STC).                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2366  Law enforcement officer; create crime of fleeing or       Mettetal
        eluding.                                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2367  Burglar alarms; license and regulate installation.        Mettetal
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2368  Rural hospital in financial distress assistance           Huggins
   %    program; establish under Hospital Equipment/Facilities 
        Authority.                                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2369  Executive Director, Employment Security Commission;       Thames
        annual salary to be established by the commission.     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2370  Executive Director, Department of Transportation;         Thames
        authorize commission to set salary of.                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2371  District attorneys and assistants; revise compensation    Thames
        of.                                                    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2372  Parks; waive auto entrance fee for elderly or disabled.   King
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2373  Paid educational leave for hospital employees;            Huggins
        establish program for.                                 
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2374  Medicaid; make technical amendments to (DOM).             Huggins
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2375  Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation Services; define   Huggins
        for CON purposes.                                      
           02/13 (S) Died On Calendar
SB2376  County prosecuting attorney; delete specific office       King
   %    expense allowance in Lamar County.                     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2377  Statewide collateral pool program; revise definition of   Mettetal
        "governmental entity."                                 
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2378  Denial of unemployment compensation benefits for          Huggins
        employees terminated for gross misconduct; clarify.    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2379  Motor Vehicle Safety-Responsibility Law; failure to       Mettetal
        possess insurance card is a primary offense.           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2380  English language; designate as official state             Michel
        government language.                                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2381  Department of Military; certain civilian guards shall     Furniss
        attend the MS Law Enforcement Officers Training        
        Program.                                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2382  State Personnel Board to fully recognize qualifications   Chaney
        of individuals holding a Mississippi Occupational      
        Diploma.                                               
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2383  MS Fire Personnel Minimum Standards and Certification     White
 *      Board; revise composition of.                          
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2384  Minimum standards; revise board membership.               King
 *         03/31 (S) Died In Conference
SB2385  Constables; authorized to serve process issued by         Huggins
 *      county, chancery or circuit courts.                    
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2386  Child support cases administered by DHS; procedures for   Huggins
        health insurance enrollment in.                        
           03/12 Approved by Governor
SB2387  Withholding orders in delinquent child support cases;     Huggins
        clarify procedures.                                    
           03/14 Approved by Governor
SB2388  Substantiated perpetrator of child abuse and neglect;     Huggins
        clarify for central registry maintained by DHS.        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2389  Child support enforcement; define services to be          Huggins
 * %    provided by the Department of Human Services.          
           04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2390  Alcoholic Beverage Control; allow agents to retain one    Minor
        side arm issued to them when they retire.              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2391  School boards; members who receive salaries as            Furniss
        compensation are eligible for retirement.              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2392  MS Fire Personnel Minimum Standards and Certification     Jordan
        Board; revise composition.                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2393  Rural Hospital Essential Service Provider Assistance      Huggins
   %    Program; establish under Hospital Equipment/Facilities 
        Authority.                                             
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2394  Five-year olds enrolled in full-day public school         Harden
        kindergarten; require attendance.                      
           03/14 Approved by Governor
SB2395  Statutes providing for administration of school           Harden
 * %    districts; make technical amendments to.               
           03/31 (S) Died In Conference
SB2396  Coastal Wetlands; require pile supported projects to      Dawkins
        comply with CMR conditions.                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2397  Vocational student organizations; authorize State         Harden
     V  Department of Education to perform services and expend 
        funds therefor.                                        
           03/31 (S) Veto Referred To Education
SB2398  Computer and electronic waste; require management plan    Dawkins
        for recycling and disposal.                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2399  Bureau of Building prepare principal/interest cost for    Canon
        all bonded projects; require.                          
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2400  State of emergencies; revise Governor's                   Nunnelee
 *      authority/clarify criteria for price restrictions.     
           03/25 Approved by Governor
SB2401  Sixteenth section lands; authorize school boards to       Harden
        contract with private forester for managing timber.    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2402  Bonds; issue general obligation bonds for construction    Hyde-Smith
  $%    of National Guard Readiness Center in City of          
        Monticello.                                            
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2403  Mississippi Transportation Commission; authorize to       Dearing
        acquire, own and operate railroads.                    
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2404  Schools; clarify minimum calendar regarding               Harden
 *      emergencies, and provide for additional funds for      
        certain high growth districts.                         
           04/21 Approved by Governor
SB2405  Superintendent of the Mississippi Schools for the Blind   Harden
        and Deaf; salary to be determined by State Board of    
        Education.                                             
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2406  Beverage containers; bottle bill requiring certain        Dawkins
        reusable containers and refundable deposits.           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2407  Hearing officer's decision regarding special education    Harden
        students; change appeal time.                          
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2408  Tax assessors and collectors; revise salary scale.        Minor
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2409  Motor vehicles; require collection and disposal of        Dawkins
        mercury-added components.                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2410  Weapons; forfeited to be auctioned, proceeds to buy       Michel
 *      bulletproof vests.                                     
           03/12 Approved by Governor
SB2411  Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; portion of fee     Minor
   %    for MADD tag shall be disbursed to MADD.               
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2412  Automatic repealers on certain public education           Harden
 *      programs; delete.                                      
           03/31 (S) Died In Conference
SB2413  Insurance premium tax; provide a credit for certain       Chaney
  $%    investment of certified capital.                       
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2414  MS Nonprofit Debt Management Services Act; create.        King
 * %       03/23 Approved by Governor
SB2415  Electronic monitoring devices in the rooms of residents   Dawkins
   %    of nursing homes; require on request of resident or    
        guardian.                                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2416  School bonds; majority vote required on school bond       Harden
   %    issues.                                                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2417  School bond issue; authorize for one-year period          Harden
   %    without election unless petition of the electorate     
        calls for an election.                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2418  Classroom supply funds; clarify distribution and          Harden
        administration of.                                     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2419  State employee personal leave; base accrual rate on       Dawkins
        actual service.                                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2420  Sheriff; authorize Alcorn County to supplement salary.    Little
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2421  Public Defender; extend repealer on task force.           Turner
 *         03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2422  Study committee on effects of Nissan plant on public      Michel
        school system; establish.                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2423  Natchez Trace Parkway; grandfather in certain buildings   Michel
        not conforming to height restrictions.                 
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2424  Public property; authorize DFA to purchase certain        Michel
        property located on North President Street in the City 
        of Jackson.                                            
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2425  Reappraisal; contracts with private firms may be made     Michel
        only with those whose appraisers are state certified   
        real estate appraisers.                                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2426  Manslaughter; mother's use of illegal drugs while         Furniss
        pregnant.                                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2427  Vulnerable Adults Act; revise definition of               Tollison
 *      exploitation and the penalty for exploitation of a     
        vulnerable adult.                                      
           04/24 Approved by Governor
SB2428  Hospital; authorize CON for construction in City of       Minor
        Olive Branch in DeSoto County.                         
           02/12 (S) Died In Committee
SB2429  Cobia; allow the sale of cobia caught in Mississippi      Gollott
        waters.                                                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2430  Memorial highways; dedicate portion/MS 9W to Dr. Dewitt   Tollison
 *      French, portion/MS 1 to "Buddie" Newman & portion/MS 25
        to Martha Segars.                                      
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2431  Deputy state fire marshals; may serve with volunteer      Mettetal
        fire department in any capacity.                       
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2432  Anti-litter law: place certain requirements on            White
        applicants for a driver's license.                     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2433  Campaign contributions; prohibit use of union dues for.   White
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2434  Alcoholic beverages; create offense of nonrestaurant      White
        licensee selling to persons under 21 on premises.      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2435  Gang behavior; continue existence of joint committee to   Jordan
        study.                                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2436  Insurance coverage for minimum amount of post-surgical    Jordan
        care for mastectomies; require.                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2437  Marine Resources; require certain information on marine   Gollott
        violation tickets.                                     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2438  Automated External Defibrillators (AED); require          White
        registration with State Department of Health.          
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2439  Oil and gas; define mixed waste.                          Johnson (38th)
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2440  Distinctive motor vehicle license tag; "Stop Child        Hewes
   %    Abuse."                                                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2441  Criminal investigators; revise number allowed.            Johnson (38th)
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2442  Open container; prohibit possession of open containers    White
        of alcohol in motor vehicles.                          
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2443  911 service districts; allow municipalities to create.    Jordan
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2444  Criminal background checks for health care workers;       Huggins
        clarify procedures.                                    
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2445  Telephone solicitations; prohibit for subscribers who     Robertson
 * %    notify PSC.                                            
           04/09 Approved by Governor
SB2446  Law enforcement; create offense of fleeing or eluding     Johnson (38th)
 *      and create study commission.                           
           04/21 Approved by Governor
SB2447  Motorcycle crash helmets; technical correction to         Carlton
        entity setting minimum standards for.                  
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2448  Judges; create new circuit judgeship in Subdistrict       Chamberlin
        17-1.                                                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2449  DHS; provide for board, and terms for executive           Hewes
        director and office directors.                         
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2450  State employees; special leave without pay for adoptive   White
        parents.                                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2451  Legal holiday; provide that Juneteenth National Freedom   Jordan
        Day be declared a legal holiday.                       
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2452  Automobile liability insurance; authorize municipal       Jordan
   %    court cost.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2453  Motor Vehicle Commission; revise qualifications of        Gordon
 *      members.                                               
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2454  Aircraft; revise definitions of operations.               White
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2455  DNA data bank; create.                                    Stogner
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2456  Nonprofit entities report how funds from public           Canon
        membership dues are expended; require.                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2457  Circuit clerks; shall charge filing fee for each named    Robertson
   %    plaintiff in civil complaint.                          
           02/12 (S) Died In Committee
SB2458  Service contracts; exempt from provisions of Insurance    Kirby
 *      Code.                                                  
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2459  Health insurance; provide coverage for services by        King
        athletic trainer.                                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2460  Appropriations; Veterans Affairs Board; Additional        Gordon
 *      FY2003.                                                
           04/02 Approved by Governor
SB2461  Students enrolling in colleges or universities; require   Huggins
        vaccination against Hepatitis A and B.                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2462  Partnerships; enact uniform act (BLAG).                   Ross
   %       03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2463  Students may self-administer asthma medication;           Huggins
 *      authorize.                                             
           03/12 (H) Died On Calendar
SB2464  Municipalities; revise qualifying deadline for special    Jordan
        elections.                                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2465  Medicaid reimbursement for ambulance transportation       Huggins
        services; provide for.                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2466  Use of false fingernails by restaurant employees;         Jordan
   %    direct State Board of Health to adopt regulations      
        governing.                                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2467  Mississippi Title Insurance Act; create.                  Kirby
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2468  Unused sick leave earned by teachers; authorize           Harden
        one-time payment by school district.                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2469  Unused personal leave for teachers; allow accumulation.   Harden
           03/12 (H) Died On Calendar
SB2470  Business Corporation Act; technical revisions (BLAG).     Ross
 *         03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2471  Marshals and constables; revise fees.                     White
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2472  Damages; restrictions on damages to lands from mineral    Scoper
        exploration.                                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2473  School tax collection charges; any charges by local       Harden
   %    taxing authority shall be separate levy excluded from  
        55-mill cap.                                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2474  Appropriations FY2004; to Department of Agriculture to    Smith
        create master plan for Farmers' Market.                
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2475  Highway 45 bridge over MS 19; designate as Military       Carmichael
 *      Order of the Purple Heart, Department of Mississippi,  
        Memorial Bridge.                                       
           03/31 (S) Died In Conference
SB2476  Regional correctional facilities; provide for             Canon
        appointment of warden by board of supervisors.         
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2477  Appointments to executive agency boards and               Dawkins
        commissions; to be made from new Mississippi           
        congressional districts.                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2478  Elections; remove from office elected public officers     Smith
        who declare a change in party affiliation.             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2479  Budget; require to Joint Legislative Budget Committee     Smith
        to make its final revenue estimate by   the first      
        Monday in March.                                       
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2480  Chief Justice of the Supreme Court; rotate position       Dawkins *
        among the senior judges from each district every two   
        years.                                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2481  Child abuse and neglect; revise.                          Scoper
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2482  Critical Needs Teacher Scholarship Incentive Program;     Harden
 *      limit to junior and senior level university students.  
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2483  Lobbyists; restrict campaign contributions during         Frazier
        legislative sessions.                                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2484  MS Rx Senior Patient Assistance Program; authorize DOM    Smith
   %    to establish using drug rebate payments.               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2485  Mississippi Reading Sufficiency Act of 2003; enact.       Smith
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2486  Discount prescription rates for veterans; require for     Smith
        pharmacists participating in Medicaid program.         
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2487  Freight rail and high-speed rail service; create a        Smith
        study committee to examine.                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2488  Approp. FY2004; SDE for additional teacher assistants     Smith
        in school districts with 60% participation in free     
        lunch program.                                         
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2489  DOC inmates; authorize appearance of inmates and other    Smith
        defendants by closed circuit television, internet.     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2490  DHS; provide for board, and terms for executive           Smith
        director and office directors.                         
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2491  Environmental protection; reinstate moratorium on hog     Dawkins
        farm permits until DEQ complies with Health Department 
        recommendations.                                       
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2492  Scenic streams; designate portions of Chunky Creek and    Burton
        Chunky River as state scenic stream and include in     
        stewardship program.                                   
           03/12 Approved by Governor
SB2493  Criminal prosecution; revise statute of limitations.      Burton
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2494  Vulnerable adults; revise sexual battery and fondling     Burton
        statutes.                                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2495  School board elections; elect members in all school       Johnson (38th)
        districts.                                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2496  Nursing regulations regarding practice in psychiatric     Huggins
        residential treatment facilities (PRTF); not more      
        stringent than federal requirements.                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2497  Qualifications for licensure by State Board of Dental     Huggins
   %    Examiners; revise.                                     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2498  Petit juries; increase participation on.                  Ross
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2499  Bail bondsmen; revise qualification bond.                 Minor
           03/12 Approved by Governor
SB2500  Bail bonds; revise provisions on taking insufficient      Minor
        bond or neglecting to take bond.                       
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2501  Bail bondsman; revise impersonation of.                   Minor
 *         03/23 Approved by Governor
SB2502  Bail agents; revise definition of soliciting bail agent   Minor
        and define surety.                                     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2503  Death penalty; eliminate for mentally retarded.           Burton
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2504  Environmental protection; require bond for a              Dawkins
        concentrated animal feeding operation.                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2505  Sponsor or advertiser of events; provide liability        Minor
        protection.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2506  Sponsor of events/alcoholic beverages permittees;         Minor
        provide liability protections.                         
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2507  Beer; define for purposes of the law legalizing its       Minor
        sale.                                                  
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2508  Sports Official; punish assault of.                       Williamson
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2509  Mississippi Bar Association; revise annual dues payable   Robertson
   %    by all members.                                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2510  Organic certification law; revise to conform with         Stogner
        national organic program.                              
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2511  Military records; not available on Internet.              Stogner
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2512  Meat Inspection Law; provide administrative procedures    Stogner
        concerning penalties for violations.                   
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2513  Law enforcement canines; prohibit injury to or killing    Hamilton
        of.                                                    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2514  Forestry commission; remove repealer on authority to      Harvey
 *      appoint law enforcement officers.                      
           03/27 (S) Died On Calendar
SB2515  Distinctive license tags; authorize a Vietnam veterans    Walden
   %    tag.                                                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2516  Board of Animal Health; reenact and extend repealer.      Stogner
 *         03/12 Approved by Governor
SB2517  Veterans' Home Purchase Board; correct location           Furniss
        reference to main office.                              
           03/12 Approved by Governor
SB2518  Ad valorem taxes; authorize counties to grant partial     Stogner
  $%    tax exemptions for commercial poultry houses.          
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2519  Highways; require construction of a certain highway       Stogner
        segment in Marion County.                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2520  Individual on-site wastewater disposal systems; revise    Ross
 *      criteria for determining feasibility and availability. 
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2521  Distinctive license tag; authorize for supporters of      Furniss
   %    Bobo Volunteer Fire Department.                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2522  Nonresident hunting licenses; increase fee and prohibit   Posey
 * %    certain special license or hunts.                      
           02/13 (S) Died In Committee
SB2523  Hunting enclosures of native game; direct Commission on   Posey
        Wildlife to study and report to Legislature.           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2524  Deer management; allow taking of bucks with less than 4   Posey
 *      points if necessary to manage deer herd under DMAP.    
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2525  Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks; authorize    Posey
 *      retirement incentive program for conservation officers.
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2526  Garnishment; authorize payments in justice court to go    Posey
        directly to plaintiff or his attorney.                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2527  Wildlife; authorize seizure of wild hogs imported into    Posey
        the state.                                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2528  Deer; authorize Commission on Wildlife to combat          Posey
 *      chronic wasting disease.                               
           04/03 (S) Died In Conference
SB2529  Deer; allow exception for four-point buck rule for        Posey
        certain area under wildlife biologist recommendations. 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2530  Duck stamp; authorize Wildlife to issue electronic        Posey
        form.                                                  
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2531  Highways; increase the maximum allowable length of        Dearing
 *      trailers.                                              
           03/23 Approved by Governor
SB2532  Bidi cigarettes; prohibit sale or distribution.           Williamson
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2533  Transportation Commission; authorize expenditures for     Dearing
        certain promotional materials.                         
           03/12 Approved by Governor
SB2534  Conservation officers; may draw retirement & be           Posey
        employed as law enforcement officers if they have 25   
        years of creditable service.                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2535  Anti-secrecy for court records; define.                   Williamson
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2536  Constitutional rights; contractual waiver only            Williamson
        effective if knowingly executed.                       
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2537  Divorce; require counseling of parents and minor          Williamson
        children before granted.                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2538  Dispensing opticians; provide for licensure of.           Dearing
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2539  Physicians; offer immunity from suit when rendering       Michel
        care to Medicaid patients.                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2540  Child custody; revise child's right to choose at age      Dearing
 *      12.                                                    
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2541  State Treasurer transfer certain funds into Budget        Gordon
        Contingency Fund for FY 2003; direct.                  
           02/13 (S) Died On Calendar
SB2542  Percentage limitation on appropriations from State        Gordon
 *      General Fund; revise for FY04 only.                    
           04/18 Approved by Governor
SB2543  Civil Legal Assistance Fund; provide legal                Williamson
 *      representation to the indigent.                        
           03/25 Approved by Governor
SB2544  Local System Road Program; increase fuel tax division     Williamson
        to fund (MAS).                                         
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2545  Mississippi Whistleblower Protection Act; create.         Williamson
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2546  Highway construction bids; disqualify contractors who     Gordon
   %    are in charge of projects that fall behind schedule    
        from bidding on contracts.                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2547  Residential Builders Notice and Opportunity to Cure       Robertson
        Act; create.                                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2548  Alcoholic beverage; allow holder of package/on-premises   Hewes
   %    retailer's permits to purchase from dist., if          
        unavailable from STC.                                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2549  Municipal Gas Authority of MS; authorize temporary        Robertson
        borrowings through revenue anticipation notes.         
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2550  MS Major Economic Impact Authority; require examination   Ross
   %    of proposals for surface water supply before           
        construction of transmission line.                     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2551  Life insurance; required interest to be paid from date    Kirby
        of death.                                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2552  Weighmaster's bonds; require surety approval by           Stogner
        Commissioner of Insurance.                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2553  Contractors; clarify reciprocity on competency            Dickerson
   %    examination.                                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2554  Seat belt law; make primary offense, revise aggregate     Frazier
 *      fine.                                                  
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2555  Public lands; authorize Department of Finance and         Stogner
 *      Administration to convey certain land to State Fair    
        Commission.                                            
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2556  Hunting; require commission to allow restricted use of    Farris
        ATV's by elderly hunters on public WMA's.              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2557  Wildlife; remove alternative surety bond condition for    Posey
        hunting license agents.                                
           03/12 Approved by Governor
SB2558  School social workers; allot adequate program funds       Simmons
        for.                                                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2559  MS Mortgage Consumer Protection Law; revise exemptions,   Mettetal
   %    examination fee, definition of "loan originator."      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2560  Title pledge lender license; revise amount of surety      Mettetal
 * %    bond/fee for examination of records.                   
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2561  Sale of checks law; revise certain provisions of.         Mettetal
 * %       03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2562  Bombs; clarify threat, revise prohibition.                Jordan
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2563  Fictitious grouping; allow preferred rates are            Kirby
        actuarially justified and approved by commissioner.    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2564  Tax sale of land; prorate portion of excess to            Jordan
        municipalities in certain situations.                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2565  Student loans; provide graduate degree teacher            Harden
        incentive loans to applicants agreeing to teach in     
        public schools or universities.                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2566  Business liability reform; enact.                         Robertson
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2567  Venue; revise in general civil actions.                   Robertson
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2568  Soil and Water Commission; conform membership to new      Stogner
 *      congressional districts.                               
           03/12 Approved by Governor
SB2569  Mississippi Department of Children's Affairs;             Smith
   %    establish.                                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2570  Airport authorities; increase the amount they may         Hewes
  $%    borrow on a short term basis to $10,000,000.00.        
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2571  Trucks; prohibit riding in open cargo area.               Robertson
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2572  Bonds; remove provision in Chapter 595, Laws of 1998,     Jackson
   %    requiring rental payments by state agencies to retire  
        debt service on bonds.                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2573  State Board on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and      Farris
        Training; authorize to employ director and             
        administrative staff.                                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2574  Mississippi Check Cashers Act; extend repealer and        Mettetal
 * %    revise certain provisions.                             
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2575  Pawnshops; require to maintain record of all              Hewes
        transactions of goods sold on the premises.            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2576  Circuit judges; repeal running in the herd for 10th       Carmichael
        District.                                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2577  Seat belt law; create primary offense.                    Frazier
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2578  Animal seizure law; clarify notice due owner.             Farris
           03/12 Approved by Governor
SB2579  Mississippi Business Investment Act; revise matching      Minor
        funds requirement for certain enterprises.             
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2580  Divorce; irreconcilable differences 13th ground.          Johnson (38th)
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2581  State Tax Commission; authorize the commission to enter   Minor
        into the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement.      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2582  Alcoholic Beverage Control; allow agents to retain one    Minor
        sidearm issued to them when they retire.               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2583  Open meetings; revise enforcement provisions.             Bryan
 *         03/31 (S) Died In Conference
SB2584  Mississippi Major Economic Impact Authority; give         Minor
 * %    authority certain discretionary power with regard to   
        certain projects.                                      
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2585  Weapons; selling or giving to minor is a felony.          Johnson (38th)
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2586  Sheriffs; allow certain counties to pay supplement        Hamilton
        based upon university student population.              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2587  School bus driver; require to open service door and       Dickerson
 *      driver's window at railroad crossing.                  
           04/24 Approved by Governor
SB2588  Constables and circuit clerks; revise fees.               Williamson
   %       03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2589  State health insurance plan; school district food         Cuevas
        service employees' benefits paid from state funds.     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2590  Gaming; require Gaming Commission to require training     Johnson (19th)
        of casino security personnel.                          
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2591  "MHOPE" scholarship program; establish study committee    Michel
        on.                                                    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2592  Public utility; revise notice requirements when           Robertson
 *      petitioning PSC to serve uncertificated area.          
           02/27 Approved by Governor
SB2593  Water Resources Advisory Council; extend repealer.        Scoper
 *         03/13 Approved by Governor
SB2594  Sales tax; increase diversion to municipalities from      Johnson (19th)
        18.5% to 20.5%.                                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2595  Sheriffs; may draw retirement benefits and continue       Hamilton
        serving as sheriffs if they have 30 years of creditable
        service.                                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2596  Health insurance policies; require to offer covered       Robertson
        benefits for treatment of obesity.                     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2597  Laser pointers; restrict possession and criminalize       Hamilton
 *      pointing of.                                           
           04/21 Approved by Governor
SB2598  Student school opportunity scholarship program;           Johnson (19th)
        authorize.                                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2599  Distinctive Tags; authorize for supporters of the Sons    Canon
   %    of Confederate Veterans.                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2600  Radar speed detection; authorize in any county.           Chaney
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2601  Bonds; issue general obligation bonds for a stadium on    Harden
  $%    the campus of JSU.                                     
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2602  Pawnshops; prohibit dealing in handguns.                  Harden
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2603  School district bond debt; include in lieu payments as    Harden
        part of general limitations.                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2604  Reductions in Minimum Education or EEF allotments;        Harden
   %    school district revenue shortfall borrowing authority  
        applies to.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2605  Drug courts; establish statewide standards (S.Ct.).       Hyde-Smith
 * %       04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2606  Retirement; certain employees of the Department of        Harden
        Corrections may retire after 20 years of service.      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2607  Education of exceptional children; revise parent due      Harden
        process and investigation procedures.                  
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2608  Distinctive licenses; provide for persons who are         Cuevas
   %    certified by the National Association of Underwater    
        Instructors.                                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2609  Burglar alarms; license and regulate installation.        Hewes
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2610  School districts; reinstate sovereign immunity.           Cuevas
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2611  Elections; hold political party primary elections in      Cuevas
        September.                                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2612  Tobacco litigation 2002 installment payment; authorize    Cuevas
        partial transfer to fund Alzheimer's patient care.     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2613  Workers' compensation; death claims shall include         Blackmon
        interest for beneficiaries.                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2614  Inspection of migrant labor housing conditions; direct    Harden
        MS Employment Security Comm. to contract for, &        
        establish advisory council.                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2615  State Department of Education Administration Budget;      Cuevas
        require phased-in reduction to average of the          
        contiguous states.                                     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2616  Liquefied petroleum gas; allow only owner to  fill        Cuevas
        container.                                             
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2617  Liquefied petroleum gas; allow only owner to fill         Cuevas
        container.                                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2618  Law enforcement officers; allow municipal police to       Jordan
        serve warrants outside city limits.                    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2619  Assignment of ad valorem taxes by taxpayers; repeal.      Carlton
   %       03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2620  Personnel Board; review salaries and job descriptions     Walls
        of paralegals.                                         
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2621  16th Section School Land Principal Fund; define           Harden
   %    authorized investments of.                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2622  Licensure standards for hospitals; require reporting of   Dawkins
        core performance ratings for certain emergency         
        treatment procedures.                                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2623  Seat belt law violation; is primary offense.              Harden
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2624  Retirement; retirees may be reemployed for 195 days per   Harden
        fiscal year.                                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2625  University off-campus instructional programs; repeal      Hewes
        approval authority of State Board for Community and    
        Junior Colleges.                                       
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2626  Appropriation; DOT Byram-Clinton/Norrell Road Corridor    Harden
        Project, FY2004.                                       
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2627  School districts provide an annual report of teacher      Harden
 *      vacancies to the State Superintendent of Education and 
        the Legislature; require.                              
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2628  Medical Malpractice Insurance Availability Act; create.   Kirby
 * %       04/24 Approved by Governor
SB2629  Termination of parental rights; clarify.                  Carlton
 *         03/13 Approved by Governor
SB2630  Outdoor advertising signs; remove height restriction.     Gollott
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2631  Charter schools; create new process for establishing      Nunnelee
   %    which is not limited to public schools.                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2632  Suffrage; restore to Thomas James Fairley.                Gollott
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB2633  Fire fighters; authorize to keep badge and helmet upon    White
        retirement.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2634  Wills; require probate within five years or               Blackmon
        ineffective.                                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2635  Public Purchasing Laws; delete RFP requirement for        Robertson
   %    certain waste disposal contracts.                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2636  Early Childhood Education programs assessment;            Harden
 *      authorize.                                             
           04/21 Approved by Governor
SB2637  Electronic Government Services Act; create.               Hewes
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2638  Cell phones; require hands-free while driving.            Cuevas
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2639  Personal care homes; create program of Medicaid           Harden
        assistance payments for.                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2640  Board of Bar Admissions; eliminate repealer.              Turner
           03/12 (H) Died On Calendar
SB2641  Elected offices; increase filing fees for certain.        Williamson
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2642  County court; revise jurisdiction limit (S.Ct.).          Turner
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2643  Public utilities; customer deposits shall earn interest   Robertson
        equal to the prime rate.                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2644  Product liability; seller not liable for defective        Robertson
        product if mere conduit.                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2645  Income tax; authorize an adjustment to gross income for   Michel
  $%    portion of self-employment taxes paid by self-employed 
        individuals.                                           
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2646  Income tax; all payments by self-employed persons for     King
  $%    health insurance are deductible as gross income.       
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2647  Disabled parking; date of expiration of windshield        Hewes
   %    placards must be visible.                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2648  Smoking; prohibit in enclosed public places, with         Dawkins
 *      certain exceptions.                                    
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2649  Additional privilege tax on heavy vehicles; clarify       Jordan
        distribution of by counties.                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2650  Auto insurers; must pay prevailing rate of repair shops   Blackmon
        in certain geographical area.                          
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2651  Marine waters; conform channel marker description to      Hewes
        redesignate numbers by U.S. Coast Guard.               
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2652  Auto liability insurance coverage; require before         Hewes
        receiving tag.                                         
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2653  Financial institutions; credit borrower's payment on      Hewes
        date of receipt.                                       
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2654  Tax amnesty; required Tax Commission to implement         Dawkins
        program for taxes payable in any year prior to 2003.   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2655  Tort liability, charitable activity; include food         Hewes
        donated to needy.                                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2656  Municipalities; garbage fee exemption for certain         Jordan
 * %    indigent or disabled persons.                          
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2657  Public swimming pools; Dept. of Health enforce            Hewes
        requirements for the abatement of suction hazards.     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2658  Efficiency in Government Act; create.                     Hewes
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2659  Distinctive motor vehicle license tags; authorize for     Michel
   %    members of the Mississippi Association of Realtors.    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2660  Marine violations; allow the Commission on Marine         Hewes
        Resources to suspend license for certain violations.   
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2661  Health insurance; certain policies required               Kirby
        reimbursement for services of marriages and family     
        therapists.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2662  Alcoholic beverages; authorize distribution by private    Hewes
   %    entities.                                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2663  Civil actions; provide limitations on noneconomic         Robertson
        damages.                                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2664  Personal leave for state employees; eliminate first day   Simmons
        of illness requirement.                                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2665  Marine waters; clarify waters closed to commercial        Hewes
        fishing.                                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2666  Coastal wetlands; clarify definition of coastal           Hewes
        preserve system.                                       
           03/14 Approved by Governor
SB2667  State song; designate "Mississippi" by Edward Miller as   Hewes
        official state song.                                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2668  Elections; require voter to present I.D. prior to         Hewes
        voting.                                                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2669  Teacher Scholarship Incentive Program; limit to junior    Chaney
        and senior level university students.                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2670  Seat belt law violation; is primary offense.              Chaney
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2671  Aftermarket crash parts; prohibit use on autos without    Kirby
        obtaining written consent.                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2672  Custody; chancellor's decision of record if child is      White
        over 12.                                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2673  Child custody; revise in cases of domestic violence or    White
 *      abuse (MCADV).                                         
           03/25 Approved by Governor
SB2674  Retirement; constables may withdraw from PERS.            White
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2675  Municipalities; authorize cities to obtain credit cards   Jordan
 *      for official travel.                                   
           03/14 Approved by Governor
SB2676  Annual overweight load permits; may be issued by MDOT     Harvey
 * %    for vehicles transporting heavy equipment with a GVW of
        140,000 pounds or less.                                
           04/21 Approved by Governor
SB2677  Municipal special elections; revise qualifying            Jordan
        deadline.                                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2678  Appropriation; Community and Junior Colleges, and         Gordon
 *      Institutions of Higher Learning; FY 2003 and FY 2004.  
           02/05 Approved by Governor
SB2679  CON for psychiatric residential and child/acute care      Chaney
 *      beds in Warren County; rescind old CON and issue new   
        CON.                                                   
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2680  Practice of chiropractic; authorize chiropractors to      Little *
        treat animals under certain conditions.                
           03/14 Approved by Governor
SB2681  Bonds; remove provision in Chapter 520, Laws of 1999,     Jackson
   %    requiring rental payments by state agencies to retire  
        debt service on bonds.                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2682  Wildlife; impose moratorium on importation of any due     Posey
 *      susceptible to chronic wasting disease.                
           04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2683  Emmitt Lewis Till Victims' Compensation Fund; create.     Walls
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2684  Wildlife personnel; clarify nonstate status of law        Posey
 *      enforcement trainees and special operations agents.    
           04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2685  Retiree health insurance; plan designed by PERS shall     Cuevas
        take effect July 1, 2003.                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2686  Liquefied compressed gas permits; require permittee to    Kirby
 *      obtain annual renewal and certain insurance.           
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2687  Marine resource; authorize DMR to place certain special   Hewes
        funds in interest bearing account.                     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2688  Mississippi Workers' Compensation Self-Insurer Guaranty   Kirby
   %    Association Law; revise.                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2689  Road hunting; require that firearms be cased under        Hyde-Smith
        certain conditions.                                    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2690  State Library Fund; establish, authorize transfer of      Turner
   %    fees (S.Ct.).                                          
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2691  Quality Education and Teacher and Principal Protection    Hewes
        Act; create.                                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2692  Congressional districts; reapportion in conformity with   Chaney
        court order.                                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2693  Health insurance policies; require coverage for           Blackmon
        colorectal cancer examinations.                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2694  MS Training and Education Marketing Board and Special     Horhn
        Task Force for Economic Development Planning; create.  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2695  County tax assessor; may amend homestead exemption        Dickerson
        applications under certain circumstances.              
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2696  Livestock shows; provide civil liability exemptions for   Hyde-Smith
        certain sponsors.                                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2697  Ad valorem school tax collections; clarify additional     Harden
   %    levy for collection costs and revise deadline for      
        transmitting tax collections.                          
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2698  Life insurance; require interest to be paid from date     Blackmon
        of death until claim is paid.                          
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2699  MS Public Accountancy Board; revise subpoena              Dawkins
        power/authorize civil penalty.                         
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2700  Mississippi Major Economic Impact Authority; authorize    Minor
   %    to convey certain property to local governments.       
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2701  Courts; revise certain procedures affecting justice and   Burton
   %    municipal courts, both civil and criminal.             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2702  DUI; certain convicts to serve prison term in county      Jackson
   %    jail.                                                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2703  Electronic video machines; legalize in premises other     Walls
   %    than vessels.                                          
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2704  Mississippi Residential Property Insurance Underwriting   Kirby
   %    Association; create.                                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2705  Teachers with 25 or more years of teaching experience;    Cuevas
   %    provide salary increases, state income tax benefits,   
        health ins. benefits for.                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2706  Child custody; rebuttable presumption that placement      Carlton
        with abusive parent not in best interest of child.     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2707  Seat belt law violation; is primary offense.              Simmons
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2708  Factory-built homes; no felon shall be licensed as a      Kirby
        manufacturer, transporter, installer or dealer of.     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2709  Windshield placards for disabled; must be displayed by    Dickerson
 *      placing on the left side of vehicle dashboard or by    
        hanging from rearview mirror.                          
           04/24 Approved by Governor
SB2710  Mississippi Development Bank; revise authority to make    Minor
 * %    loans and issue bonds.                                 
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2711  Children-at-risk; establish the Motivating Parents and    Simmons
   %    Children (M.P.A.C.) pilot program for school districts.
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2712  Retirement; constables may withdraw from PERS.            Minor
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2713  Sixteenth section land; grant immunity to certain         Horhn
        cities and school districts for recreational use of.   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2714  Elections; enact open primary and abolish partisan        Browning
   %    primaries.                                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2715  Construction contracts; require a set aside for small     Horhn
   %    businesses.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2716  Retirement; remove remarriage penalty for surviving       Chaney
        spouses of deceased members of fire/police systems.    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2717  Board of supervisors; eliminate alternating board         Horhn
        meetings in counties with two court districts (Hinds). 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2718  Tidelands Trust Fund; interest earned on fund to be       Hewes
        retained in the fund.                                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2719  Public contractors; expand coverage to all commercial     Minor
        buildings.                                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2720  Deduct union dues from municipal employees' salaries      Dawkins
        upon written request; authorize.                       
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2721  Public playgrounds; prohibit the use of chromated         Dawkins
        copper arsenate treated lumber in playground           
        structures.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2722  Amateur radio; restrict local zoning regulations of       Dearing
        antennae.                                              
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2723  Four-lane highway program; add a segment in Hinds and     Horhn
        Madison Counties.                                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2724  Trial court judges; provide for posts in certain court    Williamson
        districts - (S.Ct.).                                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2725  Boating; prohibit boat owner from allowing unqualified    Posey
        person from using boat on public waters.               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2726  Geographic information; establish MS Coordinating         Hyde-Smith
 *      Council for Remote Sensing and Geographic Information  
        Systems.                                               
           03/12 (H) Died On Calendar
SB2727  County prosecuting attorney; Rankin County employ on      Kirby
   %    full-time basis/establish max. salary.                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2728  Juvenile Crime Prevention and Recidivism Reduction        Thames
        Programs; create.                                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2729  Community colleges; require to participate in property    Robertson
        insurance plan administered by Tort Claims Board.      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2730  Woolfolk State Office Building; authorize sale to         Michel
        PERS/lease back to State of Mississippi.               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2731  Appellate judges; provide for appointment by the          Robertson
        Governor.                                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2732  Hospital lien for unpaid medical bills; provide for.      Huggins
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2733  Child custody, visitation; authorize emergency hearing    Ross
        for violation of order.                                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2734  Workers' compensation liability pools; must be            Kirby
        sponsored by bona fide trade or professional           
        associations.                                          
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2735  Airbags; make it unlawful to install an object in lieu    Dearing
 *      of an airbag in a motor vehicle.                       
           03/27 Approved by Governor
SB2736  Task force on local governmental information systems;     Canon
 *      create.                                                
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2737  Highway weight limit; express legislative intent that     Burton
 *      Transportation Commission allow increased load under   
        certain circumstances.                                 
           03/23 Approved by Governor
SB2738  Washington County; revise salary of the county            Walls
        prosecutor.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2739  Automated external defibrillators (AED); prescribe        Huggins
        certain training and supervision standards.            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2740  Bail bondsmen; require criminal background checks.        Minor
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2741  Court reporters; revise length of eligibility for         Kirby
 * %    temporary certification.                               
           04/10 Approved by Governor
SB2742  Contractors; clarify reciprocity on competency            Kirby
   %    examination.                                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2743  Probation and parole; create Department of Probation      Smith
   %    and Parole.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2744  Transportation Commission; authorize the appointment of   Dearing
 *      an additional deputy executive director for            
        administration.                                        
           03/23 Approved by Governor
SB2745  Paupers; clarify disposal of remains if body not          Smith
        claimed.                                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2746  Uniform Traffic Ticket Law; revise.                       Carlton
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2747  License tag; MS Prison Industries to manufacture.         Smith
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2748  Bonds; remove provision in Ch. 560, Laws of 1998,         Minor
   %    requiring rental payments by Archives & History to     
        retire debt service on bonds.                          
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2749  State agencies may donate to any nonprofit entity;        Huggins
 *      authorize.                                             
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2750  Court reporters; additional compensation for court        Williamson
        administrator duties to be paid from judge's support   
        staff allowance.                                       
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2751  Gaming; prohibit the cashing of TANF checks at casinos.   Johnson (19th)
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2752  Nonprofit medical liability insurance corporations;       Dawkins
        shall offer coverage to all moderate and low risk      
        physicians.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2753  Vaccination programs for first responders subject to      Huggins
 *      bioterrorism or natural disasters; provide for.        
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2754  Ayers Settlement Fund; extend date for establishment.     Burton
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2755  Circuit judges; create new judgeships for 22nd Circuit    Johnson (38th)
        Court District.                                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2756  Crimes; revise provisions regarding computer crimes.      Johnson (38th)
 *         04/24 Approved by Governor
SB2757  Chickasaw Trail Economic Development Compact; remove      Minor
 *      specific withdrawal provisions.                        
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2758  Drug repository program; establish for donation and       Dawkins
        dispensing of unused drugs to eligible individuals.    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2759  Coastal wetlands; revise permit fee schedule for          Dawkins
   %    coastal wetland construction projects.                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2760  Bail agents; require that fingerprints of applicant be    Kirby
   %    sent to Department of Public Safety and FBI for        
        criminal check.                                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2761  IHL, SBJCC & SBE enter into agreement on dual             Farris
 *      enrollment; direct.                                    
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2762  Automated teller machines; prohibit operation of          Mettetal
        certain terminals.                                     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2763  Hunting and fishing license: resident receive credit      Tollison
   %    for freshwater fishing license if later buys           
        combination hunting and fishing license.               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2764  Court reporters; revise annual salary for circuit and     Thames
        chancery courts.                                       
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2765  Poultry Growers; create grievance board and process.      Williamson
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2766  Contract with private entities to provide instructional   Harden
   %    services to pupils; authorize school districts to.     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2767  Alteration of historical monuments and memorials;         Chaney
        prohibit.                                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2768  Poultry; provide that state regulations on free-range     Williamson
 *      poultry be no more stringent than federal regulations. 
           03/23 Approved by Governor
SB2769  Motor vehicles; any law enforcement officer may issue     Burton
        citation for invalid inspection sticker.               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2770  Department of Procurement and Travel; create.             Burton
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2771  Retirement; establish the Correctional Officers'          Simmons
        Retirement System of Mississippi.                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2772  Open Meetings Law; apply to teleconference and video      Blackmon
 *      meetings.                                              
           03/31 (S) Died In Conference
SB2773  DUI; allow multiple counts for vehicular homicide.        Blackmon
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2774  Copyrighted musical composition; prohibit providing,      Smith
        publishing or selling without consent of the owner.    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2775  Disease management services; require for pharmacists      Huggins
        receiving Medicaid reimbursement.                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2776  First Offender DUI Program; create.                       Bryan
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2777  MS Development Council; create to set policy for MDA.     Chaney
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2778  Damages; provide limitations in connection with           Mettetal
 *      consumer credit loans and in civil actions for injury. 
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2779  Circuit clerks; increase fee for attendance upon court    Thames
   %    term.                                                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2780  Hunting enclosures; require certain records and testing   Posey
 *      of deer.                                               
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2781  License tags; provide preference for competitive bid by   Smith
        prison industries for manufacture.                     
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2782  Veterans; pay bonuses to certain servicemen and           Horhn
        surviving spouses.                                     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2783  Zoning change pursuant to protest petition; requires      Jordan
        majority vote of all members of the governing          
        authority.                                             
           02/12 (S) Died In Committee
SB2784  Department of Youth Services; create new agency and       Stogner
   %    transfer functions from DHS to.                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2785  Justice Court Judges; authorize board of supervisors in   Little
        Alcorn County to pay annual supplement.                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2786  Driver's license; revise social security number           Harden
 * %    requirement.                                           
           02/14 (S) Failed
SB2787  State highway system; delete certain segments from.       Dearing *
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2788  Beer; allow home-brewing.                                 Dawkins
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2789  State and district officials; revise salaries of.         Thames
 *         03/12 (H) Died On Calendar
SB2790  Public improvement districts; authorize to convey         Minor
   %    improvements to certain entities.                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2791  Pavement projects; require the Department of              Dearing
        Transportation to conduct a life-cycle cost analysis on
        certain projects.                                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2792  Nonproducing mineral estates; provide for redemption by   Blackmon
        surface owner of land.                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2793  Mississippi Plant Act; include noxious weeds within       Stogner
   %    regulation of pests.                                   
           03/14 Approved by Governor
SB2794  State elected officials and judiciary; increase           Thames
 *      salaries.                                              
           04/24 Approved by Governor
SB2795  Criminal investigators; DA's may supplement salary        Chamberlin
        under limited circumstances.                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2796  Gaming licensees; prefer Mississippi residents in         Horhn
        purchasing and hiring.                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2797  Wild hogs; allow the use of bait to trap when there is    Posey
        no open season on turkey or deer.                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2798  County officials; increase salaries.                      Thames
 *         03/31 (S) Died In Conference
SB2799  Regional cultural heritage tourism program; create        Horhn
        pilot program.                                         
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2800  Textbook and equipment orders for state school            Hyde-Smith
        students; SDE shall place prior to beginning of fiscal 
        year.                                                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2801  School boards; elect  members in all school districts;    Simmons
        appoint all school superintendents.                    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2802  Wildlife; revise use of commercial fishing gear and       Posey
        revise penalties for violations.                       
           03/14 Approved by Governor
SB2803  State land mammal; designate the black bear as state      Dawkins
        land mammal.                                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2804  County law libraries; revise authority of boards of       Turner
   %    supervisors to contract for (S.Ct.).                   
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2805  Crabs; increase penalty for theft of crab traps.          Hewes
           03/14 Approved by Governor
SB2806  Solid waste; prohibit disposal of cell phones in solid    Dawkins
        waste.                                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2807  "Families First" Family Resource Center program; define   Huggins
        scope of services.                                     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2808  Psychiatric treatment facility and acute child            Minor
        psychiatric beds in DeSoto County; may participate in  
        Medicaid.                                              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2809  Elections; require voter to present I.D. prior to         Hewes
        voting.                                                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2810  State boundary; Attorney General directed to determine    Cuevas
        true boundary in Gulf.                                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2811  Auto liability insurance; Dept. of Public Safety shall    Nunnelee
   %    randomly sample registrations for verification.        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2812  Mississippi Science, Technology, Engineering and          Nunnelee
        Mathematics (STEM) Education Competitiveness Act;      
        establish.                                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2813  Garbage; prohibit certain governmental entities from      Nunnelee
        providing commercial collection services.              
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2814  Highways; contracts for construction and maintenance to   Gollott
 * %    be awarded to a responsible bidder with the lowest and 
        best bid.                                              
           04/24 Approved by Governor
SB2815  Donated leave; reestablish policy and revise definition   Cuevas
        of "catastrophic injury or illness."                   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2816  Property; authorize DFA to convey certain property in     Thames
        Lincoln County.                                        
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2817  Alternative schools programs; require separate space      Blackmon
        for students in Grades 5 and lower.                    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2818  Witnesses; revise court appearance fee.                   Mettetal
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2819  State forfeited tax land; application for purchase need   Nunnelee
 * %    not be sworn and applications from gov't entities may  
        be acted upon when filed.                              
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2820  Animals; felony to maliciously injure or cruelly treat.   Gollott
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2821  Elections; comply with the federal Help America Vote      Robertson
 *      Act of 2002.                                           
           04/03 (S) Died In Conference
SB2822  Mississippi Civic Literacy Act; enact.                    Hewes
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2823  Workers' Compensation; make certain medical information   Hewes
        available to employers.                                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2824  Municipalities; delegate parking violation enforcement    Horhn
 *      by contract.                                           
           02/14 (S) Motion to Reconsider Lost
SB2825  Wildlife Heritage Fund; authorize Wildlife Commission     Stogner
        to obtain land for outdoor recreation.                 
           03/14 Approved by Governor
SB2826  Automatic transfer of certain students attending          Horhn
        nonpublic schools; authorize if test scores are        
        satisfactory.                                          
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2827  Railroad crossings; clarify when vehicles are required    Dickerson
        to stop at railroad crossings.                         
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2828  Elections; prohibit campaigning on election day in        Simmons
        courthouses used as polling places.                    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2829  Bail agents; revise definition of soliciting bail agent   King
        and define surety.                                     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2830  Mississippi Credit Insurance Consumer Protection Act;     Kirby
 *      create.                                                
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2831  Workers' Compensation; worker must give notice of         Hewes
        injury before termination.                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2832  MS Insurance Underwriting Association; reenact to         Hewes
        assure adequate market in coastal area.                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2833  Uninsured motorist coverage; revise number of vehicles    Hewes
        necessary to purchase nonstacking coverage.            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2834  Workers' Compensation; require impartial construction     Hewes
        of the act.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2835  Chancery clerks; revise fees charged by.                  Thames
   %       02/12 (S) Died In Committee
SB2836  Small Enterprise Development Finance Act; increase        Minor
        maximum loan under.                                    
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2837  Determination of average daily attendance under           Chamberlin
        adequate education program funding formula; clarify.   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2838  Minority set-aside; counties may establish for            Horhn
        professional services and public work contracts.       
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2839  Scholarships for children of deceased or disabled         Horhn
        officers or firemen; include emergency medical         
        technicians.                                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2840  School bonds; require 55% vote to pass.                   Horhn
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2841  Truth Commission; establish.                              Horhn
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2842  Term of office of county board of education; require      Carlton *
        county referendum on length of terms of members.       
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2843  Ethanol; provide that the Commissioner of Agriculture     Dawkins
        may make certain payments to producers of.             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2844  IHL; amend FY03 appropriation to delete certain funds     Gordon
        appropriated and reappropriated contingent on Ayers    
        settlement.                                            
           03/07 Approved by Governor
SB2845  Abused children; counties in which shortage of DHS        Gollott
        social workers may provide protective services for     
        abused and neglected children.                         
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2846  Municipal officers; provide for recall of elected         Gollott
        municipal officers.                                    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2847  Contractors tax; tax levied on four-lane highway          Minor
   %    program contracts shall be collected by Transportation 
        Commission.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2848  County prosecuting attorneys; increase salary of.         Thames
 * %       03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2849  Reimbursement of payment to insured; require timely       Blackmon
        reimbursement by company or provider who also receives 
        insurance payment.                                     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2850  Using motor vehicle manufacturer after-market crash       Simmons
        parts; prohibit insurer from using.                    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2851  Boats; clarify undocumented vessel exception.             Posey
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2852  Sheriff; authorize Claiborne County and Franklin County   Posey
        to supplement salary.                                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2853  Historic cemeteries; authorize sheriff to use prison      Dickerson
        labor to maintain.                                     
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2854  Mississippi Commission on Disability, establish.          Burton
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2855  Beaver Control Advisory Board; revise composition of.     Posey
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SB2856  County prosecuting attorney; Rankin County employ on      Ross
   %    full-time basis/establish max. salary.                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2857  Medicaid reimbursement rate for emergency                 Huggins
        transportation services; prescribe.                    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2858  Pearl River Valley Water Supply District; add two board   Horhn
        members from the City of Jackson.                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2859  Appointments to Archives and History Board of Trustees;   Canon
        to be made by Governor from new congressional          
        districts.                                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2860  Baiting deer; increase penalties for hunting deer with    Dawkins
        aid of bait.                                           
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2861  Property; authorize state to acquire WorldCom airport     Jackson
 *      hangar and lease certain real estate.                  
           03/14 Approved by Governor
SB2862  School districts; pilot program requiring pupils to       Simmons
        read a minimum of 4 books per school year.             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2863  Children's Health Insurance Program; require insurance    Blackmon
        companies to offer same benefits or inform             
        policyholders.                                         
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2864  Correction; require study of consolidation of alcohol     Smith
        and drug treatment programs and authorize pilot        
        project.                                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2865  Supreme Court; revise timing of election of certain       Turner
        justices (S.Ct.).                                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2866  Justice court judges; provide for nonpartisan election.   Dawkins
   %       02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2867  Reappraisal of property; revise qualifications of         Minor
 *      persons who perform under contract with counties.      
           03/23 Approved by Governor
SB2868  Electronics Government Services Act; create.              Horhn
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2869  State-owned or leased motor vehicles; authorize State     Kirby
        Fire Marshal's office to have certain unmarked cars.   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2870  Courts; redistrict chancery and circuit per               Turner
        constitutional mandate.                                
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2871  Education enhancement funds allocated for certain         Gordon
        purposes; divert for general education programs.       
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SB2872  License tags; provide a partial ad valorem tax            Gollott
  $%    exemption for motor vehicles owned by active duty      
        members of the National Guard and Reserves.            
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2873  Sales tax exemption; provide on parking fees/admission    Stogner
  $%    to activities conducted on property belonging to the   
        State Fair Commission.                                 
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2874  Sales tax exemption; exempt sales to Ducks Unlimited.     Dearing
  $%       02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2875  Sales taxation; exempt the sale of property and           King
  $%    services used in the improvement of realty for churches
        or religious institutions.                             
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2876  Bonds; increase amount of bonds that may be issued        Minor
 *$%    under the Economic Development Highway Act.            
           04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2877  Sales taxation; exempt sales to the Mississippi           Hewes
  $%    Troopers Association, Inc.                             
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2878  Income tax credit; allow for certain charges paid by      Hewes
  $%    taxpayers importing and exporting products at ports and
        airports.                                              
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2879  Ad valorem taxation; exempt business inventories from     Cuevas
  $%    ad valorem taxation.                                   
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2880  Tobacco tax; increase on tobacco product other than       Dawkins
  $%    cigarettes and earmark revenues from increase for      
        certain purposes.                                      
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2881  Tobacco tax; increase excise tax on cigarettes and        Dawkins
  $%    earmark revenues from increase for certain purposes.   
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2882  Rural Fire Truck Acquisition Act; revise provision;       Thames
  $%    exempt certain sales to fire departments from taxation.
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2883  Ad valorem taxation; exempt a portion of the assessed     Williamson
  $%    valued of egg houses, pullet houses and broiler houses.
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2884  Income taxation; provide deduction in gross income for    White
  $%    volunteer fire fighters and volunteer law enforcement  
        officers.                                              
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2885  "Senator Delma Furniss Hospitality Station"; designate    Jordan
  $%    and issue bonds for equipping.                         
           03/18 (H) Died In Committee
SB2886  Bonds; issue general obligation bonds for improvement     Moffatt
 *$%    at the state shipyard in Jackson County.               
           04/10 Approved by Governor
SB2887  MS Insurance Guaranty Association; member insurer may     Kirby
  $%    offset tax liability.                                  
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2888  Forestry acreage tax; eliminate repealer on section       Harvey
  $%    authorizing the tax.                                   
           03/18 (H) Died In Committee
SB2889  Hancock County Tourism Development Bureau; extend date    Cuevas
        of repeal on provisions of law creating.               
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB2890  Mississippi Business Investment Act; increase amount of   Minor
 *$%    bonds authorized for and revise use of bond proceeds.  
           03/31 (S) Died In Conference
SB2891  Jimmy Dale Beck; restore suffrage.                        Huggins
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB2892  Bonds; issue g.o. bonds for a recreational facility in    Johnson (19th)
  $%    Attala County.                                         
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2893  Appropriation; Fire Fighters Memorial Burn Center; FY     Furniss
        2004.                                                  
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2894  Bonds; issue to fund the Highway 98 Access Improvement    King
  $%    Program Fund.                                          
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2895  Appropriation; Department of Health - Trauma Care         Furniss
        System; FY 2004.                                       
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2896  Bonds; issue general obligation bonds to assist in        Horhn
  $%    construction of a park at Lake Hico.                   
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2897  Bonds; issue general obligation bonds for preplanning     Horhn
  $%    of a national civil rights museum.                     
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2898  City of Okolona; may levy additional assessments on       Gordon
        misdemeanor cases for D.A.R.E. program.                
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB2899  Harrison County; create the Harrison County Storm Water   Gollott
 * %    Management District Act.                               
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB2900  DeSoto County; may allow the use of surplus property      Chamberlin
        rent free by a nonprofit organization that distributes 
        food to the needy.                                     
           04/02 Approved by Governor
SB2901  Alcoholic beverages; revise privilege tax for             Huggins
  $%    manufacturer/distiller producing a product obtained    
        primarily from MS ingredients.                         
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2902  Appropriation; State Treasurer; Additional FY 2003.       Gordon
           03/25 Approved by Governor
SB2903  Appropriation; Judicial Performance; Additional FY2003.   Gordon
 *         04/02 Approved by Governor
SB2904  Appropriation; Medicaid; Additional FY 2003.              Gordon
 *         03/25 Approved by Governor
SB2905  Appropriation; Department of Human Services; Additional   Gordon
        FY 2003.                                               
           03/25 Approved by Governor
SB2906  Appropriation; Department of Corrections; Additional FY   Gordon
 *      2003.                                                  
           04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2907  Appropriation; Bureau of Narcotics; Additional FY 2003.   Gordon
           03/25 Approved by Governor
SB2908  Appropriation; Grand Gulf Military Monument Commission;   Gordon
        Additional FY 2003.                                    
           03/25 Approved by Governor
SB2909  Appropriation; Community and Junior Colleges;             Gordon
        Additional FY 2003.                                    
           03/18 (H) Died In Committee
SB2910  Appropriation; Board of Architecture; Additional FY       Gordon
        2003.                                                  
           03/25 Approved by Governor
SB2911  Appropriation; Board of Optometry; Additional FY 2003.    Gordon
           03/25 Approved by Governor
SB2912  Appropriation; Board of Funeral Services; Additional FY   Gordon
        2003.                                                  
           03/25 Approved by Governor
SB2913  Appropriation; District Attorneys & Staff; Additional     Gordon
        FY 2003.                                               
           03/25 Approved by Governor
SB2914  Appropriation; Attorney General-Judgments, Settlements,   Gordon
 *      Fees; Additional FY2003.                               
           04/02 Approved by Governor
SB2915  Bonds; issue to establish a community development         Horhn
  $%    corporation grant program.                             
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2916  Mississippi Home Corporation; increase the amount of      Minor
  $%    bonds that it may issue.                               
           03/18 (H) Died In Committee
SB2917  Appropriation; Veterans Memorial Stadium Commission;      Gordon
        Additional FY 2003.                                    
           03/25 Approved by Governor
SB2918  Appropriation; MS Institute for Forest Inventory; FY      Gordon
        2003 & 2004.                                           
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2919  City of Houston; authorize the levy of a hotel and        Gordon *
 * %    motel tax and a food and beverage tax to fund tourism  
        promotion.                                             
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB2920  City of Vicksburg; to contribute funds to keep            Chaney
        Vicksburg-Warren Beautiful, Inc.                       
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB2921  Estate tax; provide that tax schedule and deductions      Dawkins
  $%    shall not be coupled to federal law and provide for in 
        state law.                                             
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2922  Ad valorem tax exemption; grant for leasehold interests   Jackson
  $%    in certain property owned and leased by the United     
        States.                                                
           03/25 Approved by Governor
SB2923  Income tax; create the Beginning Farmer Tax Credit Act.   Williamson
  $%       02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2924  Appropriation; Mississippi Institute for Forest           Gordon
 *      Inventory; FY 2003 & 2004.                             
           03/25 Approved by Governor
SB2925  Scott County; authorize the levy of a tourist tax on      Burton
 * %    hotel and motel rooms.                                 
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB2926  Appropriation; Department of Health - Trauma Care         Furniss
        System; FY 2004.                                       
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2927  Appropriation; Ethics Comm.                               Gordon
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2928  Appropriation; Judicial Performance Comm.                 Gordon
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2929  Appropriation; Finance & Admin. Consol.                   Gordon
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2930  Appropriation; Gaming Commission.                         Gordon
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2931  Appropriation; Information Technology Services.           Gordon
 *         04/16 Approved by Governor
SB2932  Appropriation; Personnel Bd.                              Gordon
 *         04/16 Approved by Governor
SB2933  Appropriation; Tax Commission.                            Gordon
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2934  Appropriation; Dept. of Audit.                            Gordon
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2935  Appropriation; Governor's Office and Mansion.             Gordon
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2936  Appropriation; Fire Fighters Memorial Burn Center; FY     Gordon
        2004.                                                  
           03/23 Approved by Governor
SB2937  Appropriation; Secretary of State.                        Gordon
 *         04/16 Approved by Governor
SB2938  Appropriation; Debt Service-Bank Ser. Charge.             Gordon
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2939  Appropriation; Treasurers Office.                         Gordon
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2940  Appropriation; Mississippi Development Authority.         Gordon
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2941  Appropriation; Agriculture & Commerce - Support and       Gordon
 *      Grain Div.                                             
           04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2942  Appropriation; Egg Marketing Bd.                          Gordon
           03/23 Approved by Governor
SB2943  Appropriation; Farmers Central Market.                    Gordon
 *         04/16 Approved by Governor
SB2944  Appropriation; Animal Health Board.                       Gordon
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2945  Appropriation; Fair Comm. - Dixie Natl Livestock Show.    Gordon
           03/23 Approved by Governor
SB2946  Appropriation; Fair and Coliseum Comm. - Support.         Gordon
 *         04/16 Approved by Governor
SB2947  Appropriation; Emergency Management Agency.               Gordon
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2948  Appropriation; Military Dept.- Support.                   Gordon
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2949  Appropriation; Tenn-Tom Waterway Develop. Dist.           Gordon
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2950  Appropriation; Dept. of Corrections - Support and         Gordon
 *      Reimb. Local Confinement.                              
           04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2951  Appropriation; Bureau of Narcotics.                       Gordon
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2952  Appropriation; Dept. Public Safety - Consol.              Gordon
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2953  Appropriation; Veterans Affairs Bd.                       Gordon
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2954  Appropriation; Dept. of Mental Health.                    Gordon
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2955  Appropriation; Bd. of Architecture.                       Gordon
 *         04/16 Approved by Governor
SB2956  Appropriation; Banking and Consumer Finance.              Gordon
 *         04/16 Approved by Governor
SB2957  Appropriation; Chiropractic Examiners Board.              Gordon
           03/23 Approved by Governor
SB2958  Appropriation; Dental Examiners Bd.                       Gordon
 *         04/16 Approved by Governor
SB2959  Appropriation; Employment Security Comm.                  Gordon
 *         04/16 Approved by Governor
SB2960  Appropriation; Funeral Services Bd.                       Gordon
 *         04/16 Approved by Governor
SB2961  Appropriation; Mississippi Board of Registered            Gordon
 *      Professional Geologists.                               
           04/16 Approved by Governor
SB2962  Appropriation; Board of Massage Therapy.                  Gordon
           03/23 Approved by Governor
SB2963  Appropriation; Motor Vehicle Comm.                        Gordon
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2964  Appropriation; Pharmacy Bd.                               Gordon
 *         04/16 Approved by Governor
SB2965  Appropriation; Prof. Counselors Licensing Bd.             Gordon
           03/23 Approved by Governor
SB2966  Appropriation; Bd. of Public Accountancy.                 Gordon
 *         04/16 Approved by Governor
SB2967  Appropriation; Public Contractors Bd.                     Gordon
 *         04/16 Approved by Governor
SB2968  Appropriation; Office of State Aid Road Construction.     Gordon
 *         04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2969  Appropriation; Veterinary Exam. Bd.                       Gordon
           03/23 Approved by Governor
SB2970  Appropriation; MS Workers Compensation Comm.              Gordon
 *         04/16 Approved by Governor
SB2971  Bonds; issue state general obligation bonds for           Gollott
 *$%    construction of the Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art.         
           04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2972  Warren County; may contribute to the United Way of West   Chaney
        Central Mississippi to assist the " Information Line"  
        service.                                               
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB2973  City of Vicksburg; authorize certain action by the city   Chaney
   %    with regard to a project to widen the Yazoo Diversion  
        Canal.                                                 
           04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2974  Bonds; issue for repair and renovation of the Coahoma     Furniss
  $%    Community College-Delta State University Education     
        Center.                                                
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2975  Sales taxation; exempt certain sales to 501(c)(3)         Dearing
  $%    organizations for conservation projects.               
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2976  Taxation; impose a 2 per liter tax on retail sales of    Dawkins
  $%    bottled water.                                         
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2977  Bonds; issue for Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund   Jordan
  $%    & Local Governments & Rural Water Systems Improvements 
        Revolving Loan Fund.                                   
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2978  Bonds; issue general obligation bonds for capital         Frazier
  $%    improvements at Jackson State University.              
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2979  Taxation; provide various tax credits and exemptions      Minor
 *$%    for companies that provide broadband technologies.     
           04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2980  City of Vicksburg; authorize the performance of certain   Chaney
        activities with regard to federal programs.            
           04/02 Approved by Governor
SB2981  Insurance premium tax; provide a credit for certain       Chaney
  $%    investments of certified capital.                      
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2982  Bonds; issue to fund additional grants under the MS       Horhn
  $%    Small Business Assistance Act.                         
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2983  Mississippi Community Heritage Preservation Grant Fund;   Minor
 *$%    issue general obligation bonds to provide additional   
        funds for.                                             
           03/31 (S) Died In Conference
SB2984  Bonds; issue for the Water Pollution Control Revolving    Minor
 *$%    Fund.                                                  
           03/31 (S) Died In Conference
SB2985  Local System Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation        Minor
  $%    Fund; issue bonds and revise appropriation requirement 
        for.                                                   
           03/23 Approved by Governor
SB2986  Local government freight rail service projects;           Minor
 *$%    increase bonds to fund.                                
           04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2987  City of Vicksburg; authorize a contribution to the        Chaney
        United Way of West Central Mississippi.                
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SB2988  Bonds; issue state general obligation bonds for IHL,      Minor
 *$%    community colleges and state agencies.                 
           04/19 Approved by Governor
SB2989  Claiborne County; create the Pattison Sewer District.     Posey
   %       04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB2990  Bonds; issue general obligation bonds to provide funds    Minor
 *$%    for Small Municipalities and Limited Population        
        Counties Fund.                                         
           03/31 (S) Died In Conference
SB2991  City of Vicksburg; authorize certain action by the city   Chaney
   %    with regard to a project to widen the Yazoo Diversion  
        Canal.                                                 
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SB2992  Bonds; authorize issuance for construction of a new       Kirby
  $%    burn building at the State Fire Academy.               
           02/26 (S) Died In Committee
SB2993  Warren County; authorize contribution to United Way.      Chaney
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SB2994  Forrest County; authorize contributions to certain        King
        organizations.                                         
           04/02 Approved by Governor
SB2995  Lafayette County; authorize an annual contribution to     Tollison
 *      the Lafayette County Youth Baseball Association.       
           04/06 (S) Died On Calendar
SB2996  City of Vicksburg; reinstate certain spouse retirement    Chaney
 *      benefits from the Disability & Relief Fund for Firemen 
        and Policemen.                                         
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB2997  City of Natchez; authorize the conveyance of certain      Dearing
        historic property to the United States.                
           04/02 Approved by Governor
SB2998  Jackson County; revise membership of Jackson County       Robertson
   %    Emergency Communications District Board of Directors.  
           04/02 Approved by Governor
SB2999  Oktibbeha County; establish a county court.               Hamilton
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB3000  City of Gautier; legislative power vested in a mayor      Moffatt
        and six councilmen.                                    
           04/24 Approved by Governor
SB3001  Issaquena County and the City of Vicksburg; authorize     Chaney
        contracts for the use of inmate labor by Vicksburg.    
           04/19 Approved by Governor
SB3002  City of Vicksburg; increase benefits under the            Chaney
        Disability & Relief Fund for Firemen and Policemen.    
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB3003  Marshall County; may pay local matching share necessary   Minor
        for continuation of programs sponsored by Institute of 
        Community Services.                                    
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB3004  City of Vicksburg; authorize governing authorities to     Chaney
        donate, sell or lease property acquired from federal   
        government.                                            
           04/19 Approved by Governor
SB3005  Lafayette County; authorize to contribute to the Keep     Tollison
        America Beautiful program.                             
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SB3006  Norman Jones; restore suffrage.                           Simmons
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SB3007  City of Indianola; create Tourism Commission.             Simmons
   %       04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB3008  Gautier; authorize levy of a hotel, motel and bed and     Moffatt
   %    breakfast tax to fund tourism and economic development 
        activities.                                            
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SB3009  City of Meridian; authorize the sale of treated           Carmichael
 * %    effluent water from city's wastewater treatment        
        facility.                                              
           04/21 Approved by Governor
SB3010  City of Pontotoc; authorize a tax on hotels, motels and   Browning
 * %    restaurants to provide funds to promote tourism.       
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB3011  Pearl River Valley Opportunity, Inc.; authorize           Stogner
 *      contributions to by certain counties.                  
           04/24 Approved by Governor
SB3012  Forrest County; authorize a contribution to Pearl River   King
        Valley Opportunity, Inc.                               
           04/02 Approved by Governor
SB3013  City of Vicksburg; authorize a tax on the retail sales    Chaney
   %    of certain tourism oriented enterprises.               
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SB3014  City of Vicksburg; authorize a contribution to the        Chaney
        United Way of West Central Mississippi.                
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB3015  Jefferson Davis County; may utilize a portion of oil      Harvey
        and gas severance tax revenue to purchase garbage      
        trucks.                                                
           04/19 Approved by Governor
SB3016  Brian E. Collins; restore suffrage.                       Gordon
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SB3017  Hancock County; authorize contribution to Mississippi     Cuevas
        Contract Procurement Center.                           
           04/19 Approved by Governor
SB3018  City of Richland; may impose an additional court cost     Kirby
 * %    on DUI violations file in municipal court to fund      
        D.A.R.E. Program.                                      
           04/06 (S) Died On Calendar
SB3019  City of Biloxi; authorize a contribution to Back Bay      Gollott
        Mission.                                               
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB3020  The City of Hattiesburg and Forrest County cooperate      King
 * %    with regard to certain economic development projects;  
        authorize.                                             
           04/24 Approved by Governor
SB3021  City of Jackson; increase rate of tax imposed on hotels   Harden
   %    and restaurants, revise use of proceeds of tax.        
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SB3022  Marshall County; industrial authority may create the      Minor
   %    Chickasaw Trail Economic Development Area.             
           04/19 Approved by Governor
SB3023  Coahoma County; authorize to engage in certain projects   Furniss
        for purpose of economic development.                   
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SB3024  City of Jackson; may exempt certain households from       Frazier
   %    solid waste collection and disposal fees.              
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB3025  Neshoba County Industrial Development Authority;          Williamson
 * %    clarify authority regarding promotion of economic      
        development.                                           
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB3026  Washington County; authorize an additional tax on         Walls
 * %    hotels, motels and restaurants.                        
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB3027  City of Grenada; extend repealer on Grenada Tourism       Huggins
   %    Commission.                                            
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB3028  Yazoo City; authorize construction, ownership and         Blackmon
        acquisition of a telecommunications system.            
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SB3029  Town of Oakland; authorize to borrow money for purchase   Tollison
   %    of fire truck/fire suppression equipment.              
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 501  Const; protect MS Fire Fighters Memorial Burn Center      Furniss
        Fund.                                                  
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SC 502  School districts; resolution encouraging training staff   Johnson (19th)
        member in CPR and Heimlich.                            
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 503  Constitution; amend Section 252 to provide for            Nunnelee
        statewide elections to occur in even numbered years.   
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SC 504  School districts; resolution encouraging training staff   Johnson (19th)
        member in CPR and the Heimlich maneuver.               
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SC 505  Economic Development; create Special Committee on Rural   Jackson
        and Small town Economic Development.                   
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SC 506  Commend life and legacy of Stephen E. Ambrose, military   Cuevas
        historian and biographer.                              
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 507  Sine die adjournment of Regular Session of 2003; set.     Tollison
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SC 508  Commend Football "Coach of the Year" Marcus Boyles.       Harvey
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 509  Commend Collins High School "Tigers" Football Team for    Harvey
        AAA State Championship.                                
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 510  Commend Speaker Tim Ford for dedicated public service.    Little
           03/24 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 511  Taxation; joint committee to study state tax system.      Harden
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SC 512  Constitution; limit special sessions to 31 calendar       Johnson (19th)
        days.                                                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SC 513  Amend Constitution; same gender marriages void.           Nunnelee
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SC 514  Commend Magnolia Heights "Chiefs" Boys Baseball Team      Mettetal
        for State Championship.                                
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 515  Commend Magnolia Heights "Chiefs" Football Team for       Mettetal
        2002 season.                                           
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 516  Commend Senatobia High School "Warriors" Boys Baseball    Mettetal
        State Championship season.                             
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 517  Const. 211; authorize exchange of 16th section school     Stogner
        land classified as "forest land".                      
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SC 518  Commend life of famous musician, writer, and              Dawkins
        businessman Kenneth Haxton.                            
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 519  Constitution; amend 177A to add municipal court judge     Mettetal
        to Commission on Judicial Performance.                 
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SC 520  Commend life of former State Senator Thomas Arnie         Huggins
        Watson.                                                
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 521  Commend Mississippi's "Father of Waters Pipes & Drums."   Carmichael
           02/25 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 522  Constitutional amendment; right to hunt and fish          Thames
        amendment.                                             
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SC 523  Commend D'Iberville High School "Warriors" Football       Gollott
        Team for first State Championship.                     
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 524  Commend Prentiss Christian School "Saints" Football       Harvey
        Team.                                                  
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SC 525  Study Committee on a Statewide Building Code; create.     Chaney
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SC 526  Joint Rules; require code amendments to show deleted      Hewes
        language.                                              
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SC 527  Legislators; repeal immunity from arrest during           Frazier
        session.                                               
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SC 528  Study committee on Science, Technology, Engineering and   Nunnelee
        Mathematics (STEM) Education                           
        Improvement/Competitiveness; establish.                
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 529  Commend life of Theo "Tibby" Delahousey.                  Gollott
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 530  Commend life of longtime Delta Council executive B.F.     Huggins
        Smith.                                                 
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 531  Martin Luther King birthday; Legislature not convene.     Harden
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SC 532  Constitution; amend to provide for appointment of         Robertson
        Supreme Court judges.                                  
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SC 533  Commend Corinth High School Tennis Team for State         Little
        Championship.                                          
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 534  Constitution; provide that all regular sessions shall     Hewes
        be 90 days.                                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SC 535  Amend Constitution; provide a procedure for               Dawkins
        redistricting congressional districts in the event the 
        Legislature fails to do so.                            
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SC 536  Constitution; conform initiative and referendum           Tollison
        signature requirements to new congressional districts. 
           03/04 (H) Died In Committee
SC 537  Interim joint study committee; create to study            Horhn
        Mississippi's tax code.                                
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SC 538  Constitution; amend Section 241 to provide person         Nunnelee
        convicted of a felony may not vote.                    
           02/04 (S) Died In Committee
SC 539  Commend Debbie Lowery, Covington County School District   Harvey
        Teacher of the Year.                                   
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 540  Commend Mechelle Ramshur, Mississippi Outstanding         Harvey
        Elementary Science Teacher of the Year 2002.           
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 541  Commend Phi Theta Kappa All-Mississippi Academic Team.    Harden
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 542  Commend Puckett "Wolves" Football Team for Class A        Kirby
        State Championship.                                    
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 543  Commend Mike Piazza upon selection as Mississippi's       Posey
        Wildlife Officer of the Year.                          
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 544  Commend life of "Rusty" Dawkins, Fire Fighter with        Johnson (19th)
        Starkville Fire Department.                            
           02/25 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 545  Commend Ocean '02 Conference for Advancing South          Cuevas
        Mississippi's growing oceanography and ocean           
        engineering community.                                 
           02/25 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 546  Commend Warner Alford, Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame.   Michel
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 547  Recognize the Posthumous Induction of Bill Foster into    Michel
        the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame.                   
           02/25 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 548  Commend Sue Gunter, Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame.      Michel
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 549  Commend "Midge" Netter Graves, Mississippi Sports Hall    Michel
        of Fame.                                               
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 550  Commend Kent Hull, Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame.       Michel
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 551  Commend Jackie Slater, Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame.   Michel
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 552  Commend Bob Stevens, Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame.     Michel
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 553  Commend James Ray Carpenter, Mississippi Sports Hall of   Michel
        Fame.                                                  
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 554  Commend Samuel Scales, Civilian Aide to the Secretary     Hamilton
        of the Army for the State of Mississippi.              
           02/25 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 555  Commend former Governor William Winter on his 80th        Little
        birthday.                                              
           02/25 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 556  Commend Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.                       Harden
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 557  Commend Dr. Thomas L. Davis, Jr., President of EMCC.      Jackson
           03/24 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 558  Commend National Institute of Governmental Purchasing.    Burton
           03/14 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 559  Commend Hal Phillips, Mississippi writer from Kossuth,    Little
        Mississippi.                                           
           02/25 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 560  Commend all Mississippi National Guard troops serving     Hyde-Smith
        the United States both domestically and in foreign     
        countries.                                             
           02/25 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 561  Commend Wayne County High School "War Eagles" Football    Dickerson
        Team for winning 5A State Championship.                
           02/25 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 562  Suspend deadlines for further consideration of SB 2176;   Burton
        DUI; allow multiple counts for vehicular homicide.     
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 563  MS Department of Environmental Quality, Emergency         White
        Services Branch; commend.                              
           02/25 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 564  Commend Rust College A'Cappella Choir, Cultural           Little
        Ambassadors Award, 2003 Governor's Excellence in the   
        Arts.                                                  
           03/03 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 565  Commend Mississippi Alliance for Arts Education, 2003     Little
        Governor's Excellence in the Arts Award.               
           03/03 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 566  Commend Thallis Lewis, Leadership in Mississippi          Little
        Heritage Award, 2003 Governor's Excellence in the Arts.
           03/03 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 567  Commend Charles Burnett, Filmmaking Award, 2003           Little
        Governor's Excellence in the Arts.                     
           03/03 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 568  Commend International Ballet Competition for 2003         Little
        Governor's Excellence in the Arts Award.               
           03/03 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 569  Commend Dr. David Blackburn, Opera and Music Education    Little
        Award, 2003 Governor's Excellence in the Arts.         
           02/25 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 570  Commend William Eggleston, Achievement in Photography,    Little
        2003 Governor's Excellence in the Arts Award.          
           02/25 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 571  Commend Little Milton (Campbell) for Blues Ambassador     Little
        Award, 2003 Governor's Excellence in the Arts.         
           03/03 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 572  Commend public service of Dr. Wallace Conerly, longtime   Little
        Chief Executive Officer of UMC.                        
           03/14 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 573  Commend Taryn Foshee upon being named Miss Clinton        White
        2003.                                                  
           03/14 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 574  Designate 2003 as the "Year of the Blues."                Horhn
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SC 575  Commend Betty Sue O'Brian, Instructor of the Year at      Gollott
        the Jefferson Davis Campus of the MS Gulf Coast        
        Community College.                                     
           03/06 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 576  Commend Dr. Marie Davis-Heim, Perkinston Teacher of the   Gollott
        Year.                                                  
           03/06 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 577  Commend Rex Moak, Instructor of the Year at the Jackson   Gollott
        County Campus of the MS Gulf Coast Community College.  
           03/06 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 578  Express concern over banned drugs in imported shrimp      Gollott
        and urge federal action.                               
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 579  Commend Elizabeth Anne Finch upon selection as 2003       White
        Mississippi's Junior Miss.                             
           03/06 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 580  Commend Major General Buford "Buff" Blount, Commander     Harvey
        of 3rd Infantry Division in Kuwait.                    
           03/06 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 581  Commend Attorney General Mike Moore for dedicated         Little
        public service.                                        
           03/24 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 582  Commend life of Jackson business leader and               Michel
        philanthropist, Stuart C. Irby, Jr.                    
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 583  Commend State Treasurer Marshall Bennett for dedicated    Little
        public service.                                        
           03/24 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 584  Commend Corinth City Clerk Jim Billingsley.               Little
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 585  Commend Co-Lin Community College on 75th Anniversary.     Hyde-Smith
           03/24 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 586  Commend life of Felix Black.                              Gordon
           03/24 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 587  Commend Delma and Edith Furniss on 50th Anniversary.      Furniss
           03/24 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 588  Honoring life and dedicated service of World War II       Furniss
        Veteran Shelby E. Nassar.                              
           03/27 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 589  Suspend rules for drafting, etc, a bill entitled the      Blackmon
        Mississippi Armed Forces Tax Fairness and Relief Act of
        2003.                                                  
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 590  Commend Ingomar High School "Lady Falcons" Softball       Browning
        Team.                                                  
           03/24 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 591  Honor memory of two World War II Heroes:  Machinist       Furniss
        Mate Chadwick and Paratrooper Pfc. Rozelle.            
           03/24 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 592  Urge Congress to support the American Community Survey.   Simmons
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SC 593  Commend Ripley High School "Lady Tigers" Basketball       Little
        Team for first state championship.                     
           03/24 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 594  Designate March 10-16, 2003, as "Cover the Uninsured      Dawkins
        Week in Mississippi."                                  
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SC 595  Recognize history of Sunflower Consolidated High          Furniss
        School.                                                
           03/24 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 596  Commend public service and career of television           Little
        personality Kay Bain of Tupelo, Mississippi.           
           03/24 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 597  Commend career of Dr. Turnipseed, Executive Director of   Hamilton
        VSA Arts of Mississippi.                               
           03/24 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 598  Suspend rules; further consideration and passage of       Hamilton
        House Bill No. 1004, revise precursor law.             
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 599  Designate March as "Women's History Month in              Dawkins
        Mississippi" and recognize honorees.                   
           03/24 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 600  Commend Hillcrest Christian School Cougars Varsity Boys   White
        Basketball Team.                                       
           03/24 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 601  Designate May 11-17, 2003, as "Women's Health Week in     Little
        Mississippi".                                          
           03/27 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 602  Suspend deadlines for further consideration of H.B.       Smith
        829; Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision;
        authorize Governor to.                                 
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SC 603  Commend Prentiss High School Boys Basketball Team for     Harvey
        winning its first state title.                         
           03/27 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 604  Commend Benoit-Ray Brooks "Tigers" Basketball Team for    Walls
        Class 1A State Championship.                           
           03/27 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 605  Express support for U.S. Armed Forces participating in    Little
 *      military operations against Iraq.                      
           03/27 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 606  Commend Jackson Prep Boys Soccer Team for second          Ross
        straight MPSA State Championship.                      
           03/28 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 607  Commend Vicksburg High School "Gators" Boys Basketball    Chaney
        Team for winning Class 5A State Championship.          
           03/28 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 608  Commend JSU "Lady Tigers" Basketball Team and Coach       Frazier
        Denise Taylor.                                         
           03/28 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 609  Commend social service career of football legend Jim      Jordan
        Brown.                                                 
           03/28 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 610  Commend Northwest Rankin High School Boys Soccer Team     Ross
        for winning the Class 5A State Championship.           
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 611  Commend Broad Street High School "Lady Jags" Basketball   Walls
        Team for winning their first-ever State Championship.  
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 612  Commend James Worth Bagley for his contribution to the    Gordon
        MSU College of Engineering.                            
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 613  Commend life of Albert F. Hollingsworth.                  Burton
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 614  Commend Chief Phillip Martin for establishing             Williamson
        successful Choctaw Tribal businesses and enterprises.  
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 615  Commend Speaker Pro Tempore Robert George Clark for       Blackmon
        dedicated public service.                              
           03/30 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 616  Commend legacy of service of Bishop A.C. "Chip" Marble.   Chaney
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 617  Suspend deadlines for introduction; clarify release of    Horhn
        bond and return of defendant when held on charges in   
        another state.                                         
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SC 618  Designate May as Osteoporosis Month in Mississippi.       Hyde-Smith
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 619  Commend LaToya Thomas for her stellar basketball          Walls
        career.                                                
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 620  Commend George Spinks for his academic accomplishments    Jackson
        and leadership.                                        
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 621  Suspend deadlines for introduction; delay diversion of    Dearing
        certain fuel taxes to gaming infrastructure program.   
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 622  Suspend rules for further consideration of SB 2798;       Tollison
        county officials; increase salaries.                   
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 623  Suspend rules; for consid and passage SB 2423; Natchez    Little
        Trace; grandfather in certain buildings not conforming 
        to height restrictions.                                
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 624  Suspend rules; drafting, etc.; Budget Contingency Fund;   Little
        provide for transfer and deposit of certain funds into.
           04/04 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SN   1  Richard C. Robertson, Jackson, Mississippi, Miss.         LT. GOVERNOR
        Business Finance Corp., six-year term.                 
           03/26 (S) Notified of Approval
SN   2  Dennis Turner, Columbus, Mississippi, Mississippi         LT. GOVERNOR
        Institute for Forest Inventory, designated for an      
        individual who is a representative of the forest       
        products industry.                                     
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN   3  Jason Cutshall, Quitman, Mississippi, Mississippi         LT. GOVERNOR
        Institute for Forest Inventory, designated for an      
        individual who is a representative of the timber       
        harvesting industry.                                   
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN   4  Richard Thoms, Newton, Mississippi, Mississippi           LT. GOVERNOR
        Institute for Forest Inventory, designated for an      
        individual who is a citizen with forestry related      
        interests.                                             
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN   5  William L. Freeman, Newton, Mississippi, Miss. Business   LT. GOVERNOR
        Finance Corp., six-year term.                          
           03/26 (S) Notified of Approval
SN   6  Dr. Kevin Armbrust, Starkville, MS, Chemist, State,       MS STATE UNIVERSITY PRESI
        six-year term.                                         
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN   7  Dana Mason, Madison, Mississippi, Miss. Business          LT. GOVERNOR
        Finance Corp., six-year term.                          
           03/26 (S) Notified of Approval
SN   8  Nancy King, Jackson, Mississippi, Miss. Business          GOVERNOR
        Finance Corp., unexpired term ending March 30, 2007.   
           03/26 (S) Notified of Approval
SN   9  Joe Usry, Brandon, Mississippi, Miss. Business Finance    GOVERNOR
        Corp., unexpired term ending March 30, 2008.           
           03/26 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  10  Herman Doyle Bailey, Merigold, Mississippi, Veterans'     GOVERNOR
        Affairs Board, representing the 2nd Congressional      
        District for the unexpired term ending May 14, 2004,   
        vice Bob L. Keeling, Ph.D.                             
           03/19 (S) Appointment Confirmed
SN  11  Robert H. Montague, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Veterans'   GOVERNOR
        Affairs Board, representing Fifth Congressional        
        District for a five-year term ending May 14, 2007.     
           03/20 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  12  Debra F. Allen, Greenville, Mississippi, Nursing, Miss.   GOVERNOR
        Bd. of, representing the nurse educator position for a 
        four-year term commencing July 9, 2002 and ending June 
        30, 2006.                                              
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  13  Patricia Randall, McComb, Mississippi, Community & Jr.    GOVERNOR
        Colleges, State Board of, representing the Fourth      
        Congressional District, for the unexpired term ending  
        June 30, 2007, vice David Marsh.                       
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  14  Norman Marshall Price, Summit, Mississippi, Health,       GOVERNOR
        Board of, representing the Fourth Congressional        
        District, for a six-year term  ending June 30, 2008.   
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  15  Ruth Greer, RN, Holly Springs, Mississippi, Health,       GOVERNOR
        Board of, representing the First Congressional         
        District, for a six-year term ending June 30, 2008.    
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  16  Mary Kim Smith, Brandon, Mississippi, Health, Board of,   GOVERNOR
        representing the Third Congressional District, for a   
        six-year term ending June 30, 2008.                    
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  17  Dr. William Briggs Hopson, Jr., Vicksburg, Mississippi,   GOVERNOR
        Health, Board of, representing the Fourth Congressional
        District for the unexpired term ending June 30, 2004,  
        vice Walter Thomas Johnson.                            
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  18  Bob Provine, Jr., Greenwood, Mississippi, Mississippi     GOVERNOR
        State Board of Agricultural Aviation, as a licensed    
        applicator for a two-year term commencing May 9, 2002  
        and ending on May 9, 2004.                             
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  19  Virginia H. Adolph, Gulfport, Mississippi, Bd Examiners   GOVERNOR
        Soc Wkrs & Marriage/Fam Therapists, as a licensed      
        master social worker, for a four-year term of office   
        commencing July 1, 2002 and ending June 30, 2006.      
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  20  Malone Buchanan, Carthage, Mississippi, Mississippi       GOVERNOR
        State Board of Agricultural Aviation, as a registered  
        forester, for a three-year term commencing May 9, 2002 
        and ending on May 9,  2005.                            
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  21  Samuel Tom Hall, Oxford, Mississippi, Personnel Board,    GOVERNOR
        as an at-large member of the MS State Personnel Board  
        for a five-year term commencing July 1, 2002 and ending
        June 30, 2007.                                         
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  22  Martha Jo Leslie, Brandon, Mississippi, Veterans'         GOVERNOR
        Affairs Board, representing the state at large         
        position, for a five-year term ending May 14, 2007.    
           03/20 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  23  Roland E. ("Eddie") Mullins, Jr., Biloxi, Mississippi,    GOVERNOR
        Pharmacy Board, representing the Fifth Congressional   
        District, for a five-year term commencing July 1, 2002 
        and ending June, 2007.                                 
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  24  Sam Provenza, Greenville, Mississippi, Veteran's Home     GOVERNOR
        Purchase Board, representing the Second Congressional  
        District, for a four-year term commencing July 1, 2002 
        and ending June 30, 2006.                              
           03/20 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  25  Rosetta L. Richard, Gulfport, Mississippi, Education,     GOVERNOR
        St. Board of, representing the Second Supreme Court    
        District, for a nine-year term ending June 30, 2011.   
           03/26 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  26  Lenwood S. Sawyer, Jr., Gulfport, Mississippi, Real       GOVERNOR
        Estate Comm., representing the Fourth Congressional    
        District, commencing July 1, 2003, for a two-year term 
        ending June 30, 2005.                                  
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  27  Barney Schoby, Natchez, Mississippi, Worker's             GOVERNOR
        Compensation Comm., as a representative of employees,  
        for a six-year term commencing January 1, 2003 and     
        ending December 31, 2008.                              
           03/12 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  28  Cathy Shropshire, Ph.D, Terry, Mississippi, Mississippi   GOVERNOR
        Institute for Forest Inventory, representing an        
        enviromental organization, for a term commencing July  
        26, 2002 and serving at the pleasure of the Governor.  
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  29  David Smith, Starkville, Mississippi, Mississippi State   GOVERNOR
        Board of Agricultural Aviation, as a licensed engineer 
        with agricultural emphasis, for a four-year term       
        commencing May 9, 2002 and ending on May 9, 2006.      
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  30  Vernon L. Asper, Ph.D, Diamondhead, Mississippi,          GOVERNOR
        Mississippi Commission on Marine Resources,            
        representing a member of an incorporated nonprofit     
        environmental organization, for the unexpired term     
        ending June 30, 2006.                                  
           03/19 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  31  Dr. Lavon Fluker-Reed, Aberdeen, Mississippi,             GOVERNOR
        Education, St. Board of, representing an active and    
        full-time school administrator for the unexpired term  
        ending June 30, 2005, vice Jayne A. Burrows Sargent.   
           03/26 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  32  Claude Hartley, Belden, Mississippi, Education, St.       GOVERNOR
        Board of, representing the Third Supreme Court District
        for a nine-year term commencing July 1, 2003 and ending
        June 30, 2012.                                         
           03/26 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  33  James S. Meeks, Batesville, Mississippi, Oil and Gas      GOVERNOR
        Board, representing the Third Supreme Court District,  
        for the unexpired term ending May 7, 2008.             
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  34  Christopher Epps, Brandon, Mississippi, Commissioner of   GOVERNOR
        Corrections, for the term commencing August 31, 2002   
        and serving at the pleasure of the Governor.           
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  35  Jesse B. Davis, Abbeville, Mississippi, Veterans Home     GOVERNOR
        Purchase Board, representing the First Congressional   
        District, for a four-year term commencing July 1, 2002 
        and ending June 30, 2006.                              
           03/20 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  36  Sam Forbert, Jr., Meridian, Mississippi, Veterans Home    GOVERNOR
        Purchase Board, representing the Third Congressional   
        District, for the unexpired term ending June 30, 2004, 
        vice Johnnie Sartor.                                   
           03/20 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  37  Robert G. Waites, Brandon, Mississippi, Public            GOVERNOR
        Utilities Staff, for  a six-year term of office        
        commencing July 1, 2002 and ending June 30, 2008.      
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  38  S. Edward Kossman, Cleveland, Mississippi, Motor          GOVERNOR
        Vehicle Comm., representing the Second Congressional   
        District, for a seven-year term commencing July 1, 2002
        and ending June 30, 2009.                              
           03/26 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  39  Luther Lee Millsaps, Tupelo, Mississippi, Mississippi     LT. GOVERNOR
        Home Corporation Board, your appointment begins        
        immediately and will be for a six-year term.           
           03/26 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  40  Dr. Willie Ray Webb, Summit, Mississippi, MS State        GOVERNOR
        Board of Massage Therapy, as the licensed health       
        professional in a health field other than massage      
        therapy for the unexpired term ending June 30, 2003,   
        vice Dr. Mack Ballard.                                 
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  41  Dr. Willie Ray Webb, Summit, Mississippi, MS State        GOVERNOR
        Board of Massage Therapy, as the licensed health       
        professional in a health field other than massage      
        therapy for a four-year term commencing July 1, 2003   
        and ending June 30, 2007.                              
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  42  Angela K. Griffin, Jackson, Mississippi, MS Department    GOVERNOR
        of Information Technology Services, for the unexpired  
        term ending June 30, 2007.                             
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  43  Fred Carlisle, Holly Springs, Mississippi, Miss.          GOVERNOR
        Business Finance Corp., for the unexpired term ending  
        March 30, 2008.                                        
           03/26 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  44  Aldolf Hilliard, Cleveland, Mississippi, Miss. Business   GOVERNOR
        Finance Corp., for the unexpired term ending March 30, 
        2008.                                                  
           03/26 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  45  Billy F. Thornton, Jr., Gulfport, Mississippi, Miss.      GOVERNOR
        Business Finance Corp., for the unexpired term ending  
        March 30, 2006.                                        
           03/26 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  46  Roger Grady Cunningham, D.C., Ripley, Mississippi,        GOVERNOR
        Chiropractic Examiners Board, representing the First   
        Congressional District, for a five-year term commencing
        April 20, 2003 and ending April 20, 2008.              
           04/05 (S) Notified of Return
SN  47  Dr. Munson P. Hinman, Pascagoula, Mississippi,            GOVERNOR
        Chiropractic Examiners Board, representing the fifth   
        Congressional District, for a five-year term ending    
        April 20, 2007.                                        
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  48  Henry J. Sanders, M.D., McComb, Mississippi, State        GOVERNOR
        Board of Medical Licensure, representing the Second    
        Supreme Court District, for a six-year term commencing 
        July 1, 2002 and ending June 30, 2008.                 
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  49  Robert R. Smith, M.D., Jackson, Mississippi, State        GOVERNOR
        Board of Medical Licensure, representing the First     
        Supreme Court District, for a six-year term commencing 
        July 1, 2002 and ending June 30, 2008.                 
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  50  Dwalia S. South-Bitter, M.D., Ripley, Mississippi,        GOVERNOR
        State Board of Medical Licensure, representing the     
        Third Supreme Court District, for the unexpired term   
        ending June 30, 2006, vice William Henderson, M.D.     
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  51  James C. Holland, Fulton, Mississippi, Nursing Home       GOVERNOR
        Administrators, representing the Nursing Home          
        Administrators position for the unexpired term ending  
        June 25, 2006.                                         
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  52  Lisa T. Sykes, Brandon, Mississippi, Nursing Home         GOVERNOR
        Administrators, representing the hospital administrator
        position, for the unexpired term ending June 25, 2006. 
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  53  Dr. Dorothy Smith Nelson, Greenville, Mississippi,        GOVERNOR
        Community & Jr. Colleges, State Board of, representing 
        the Second Congressional District, for the unexpired   
        term ending June 30, 2007, vice Donald Green.          
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  54  Rubye Del Harden, Tupelo, Mississippi, College Savings    GOVERNOR
        Plans of MS Board of Directors, representing the First 
        Congressional District, for a five-year term commencing
        July 9, 2002 and ending June 30, 2007.                 
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  55  Stephen L. Clay, Meridian, Mississippi, Bd Examiners      LT. GOVERNOR
        Soc Wkrs & Marriage/Fam Therapists, in the capacity of 
        a licensed social worker appointee, your appointment   
        will be for a four-year term.                          
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  56  Dr. William Walker, Ocean Springs, Mississippi,           GOVERNOR
        Department of Marine Resources, commencing on July 8,  
        2002, pursuant to MS Code Annotated 49-15-305.         
           03/19 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  57  Mikel C. Gusa, Gulfport, Mississippi, Mississippi         GOVERNOR
        Commission on Marine Resources, representing a charter 
        boat operator, for the unexpired term ending June 30,  
        2006.                                                  
           03/19 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  58  Frank E. Melton, Jackson, Mississippi, Director -         GOVERNOR
        Bureau of Narcotics, effective immediately and serving 
        a term that is at the will and pleasure of the         
        Governor.                                              
           03/04 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  59  Patsy A. Boyd, Magnolia, Mississippi, Commercial Mobile   GOVERNOR
        Radio Service, representing the MS Chapter of National 
        Emergency Number Association for a four-year term      
        ending June 30, 2006.                                  
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  60  Thurmond Beasley, DDS, Tupelo, Mississippi, Dental        GOVERNOR
        Examiners, representing the state at large for a       
        six-year term ending June 30, 2008.                    
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  61  Dr. Stuart G. Denman, Jr., Charleston, Mississippi,       GOVERNOR
        Veterinary Medicine, representing the Third Supreme    
        Court District for the unexpired term ending May 22,   
        2007.                                                  
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  62  Walter B. Dennis, Natchez, Mississippi, Mississippi       GOVERNOR
        Institute for Forest Inventory, representing a         
        certified wildlife or fisheries biologist , for a term 
        commencing July 26, 2002, and serving at the pleasure  
        of the Governor.                                       
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  63  Thomas B. Wood, Tupelo, Mississippi, Mississippi          GOVERNOR
        Institute for Forest Inventory, representing a         
        Mississippi registered forester, for a term commencing 
        July 26, 2002, and serving at the pleasure of the      
        Governor.                                              
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  64  Patricia Ainsworth, Brandon, Mississippi, Mental          GOVERNOR
        Health, Board of, representing a medical doctor who is 
        a psychiatrist, for seven-year term ending June 30,    
        2009.                                                  
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  65  J. M. ("Flick") Ash, Potts Camp, Mississippi, Veterans'   GOVERNOR
        Affairs Board, representing the First Congressional    
        District, for a five-year term commencing May 15, 2003 
        and ending May 14, 2008.                               
           03/20 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  66  Clayton R. ("Rusty") Barnett, Decatur, Mississippi, Bd    GOVERNOR
        Examiners Soc Wkrs & Marriage/Fam Therapists, as a     
        licensed master social worker, for a four-year term of 
        office commencing July 1, 2002 and ending June 30,     
        2006.                                                  
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  67  Sonja C. Burnham, Oxford, Mississippi, Licensed           GOVERNOR
        Professional Counselors, Bd of Examiners, representing 
        the First Congressional District, for an unexpired term
        ending May 30, 2005.                                   
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  68  William B. Harper, D.O., Greenwood, Mississippi, State    GOVERNOR
        Board of Medical Licensure, representing the Third     
        Supreme Court District, for a six-year term commencing 
        July 1, 2002 and ending June 30, 2008.                 
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  69  Lynette Magee, Olive Branch, Mississippi, Real Estate     GOVERNOR
        Comm., representing the at-large position, for a       
        one-year term commencing July 1, 2002 and ending June  
        30, 2003.                                              
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  70  Lynette Magee, Olive Branch, Mississippi, Real Estate     GOVERNOR
        Comm., representing the at-large position, for a       
        four-year term commencing July 1, 2003 and ending June 
        30, 2007.                                              
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  71  Watkins G. ("Noggin") Wild, McComb, Mississippi, Real     GOVERNOR
        Estate Comm., representing Third Congressional         
        District, commencing July 1, 2003, for the two-year    
        term ending June 30, 2005.                             
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  72  Alfred E. McNair, Jr., M.D., Ocean Springs,               GOVERNOR
        Mississippi, Health, Board of, representing the        
        at-large position, for a six-year term ending June 30, 
        2008.                                                  
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  73  Edrice J. Polk, Prentiss, Mississippi, Licensed           BOARD OF EDUCATION
        Professional Counselors, Bd of Examiners, representing 
        the Fourth Congressional District, for an unexpired    
        term ending May 30, 2005.                              
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  74  Henry L. Johnson, Jackson, Mississippi, Education, St.    BOARD OF EDUCATION
        Superintendent of, beginning August 1, 2002,  and      
        serving at the will and pleasure of the Board.         
           03/26 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  75  James Waycaster, Natchez, Mississippi, Weight             ATTORNEY GENERAL
        Enforcement Appeals Board, for a four-year term        
        beginning July 1, 2002 and ending June 30, 2006.       
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  76  Thelma Woods Brittain, Canton, Mississippi, Executive     GOVERNOR
        Director - Dept. of Human Services, commencing on      
        January 6, 2003 and serving at the pleasure of the     
        Governor.                                              
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  77  Quoinsetta W. Franklin, Jackson, Mississippi, Physical    GOVERNOR
        Therapy, St. Bd. of, representing physical therapists  
        for a three-year term ending June 30, 2005.            
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  78  Anita Griffith, Cleveland, Mississippi, MS Real Estate    GOVERNOR
        Appraisal Licensing & Certif. Board, representing the  
        Second Congressional District for the unexpired term   
        ending January 1, 2006.                                
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  79  George G. Harrison, Coffeeville, Mississippi, Mental      GOVERNOR
        Health, Board of, representing the First Congressional 
        District for a seven-year term commencing July 1, 2003 
        and ending June 30, 2010.                              
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  80  Randolph T. Milliard, Brandon, Mississippi, MS            GOVERNOR
        Industries for the Blind, a representative in          
        manufacturing or a related field, for a four-year term 
        commencing November 9, 2003 and ending November 9,     
        2007.                                                  
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  81  Michael Ray Patterson, Cleveland, Mississippi, Physical   GOVERNOR
        Therapy, St. Bd. of, representing a consumer at large  
        for a four-year term ending June 30, 2006.             
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  82  Noal Akins, Oxford, Mississippi, Community & Jr.          GOVERNOR
        Colleges, State Board of, representing the First       
        Congressional District, for a six-year term commencing 
        July 1, 2003 and ending June 30, 2009.                 
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  83  Major General Denver Brackeen, Union, Mississippi,        GOVERNOR
        Community & Jr. Colleges, State Board of, representing 
        the Third Congressional District, for a six-year term  
        ending June 30, 2008.                                  
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  84  Dr. Watts Davis, Laurel, Mississippi, Optometry, St.      GOVERNOR
        Bd. of, representing the Fifth Congressional District  
        for a five-year term ending June 30, 2007.             
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  85  Gary L. Dearman, Leakesville, Mississippi, Wildlife,      GOVERNOR
        Fisheries & Parks, Miss. Comm. on, representing the    
        Fifth Congressional District for a five-year term      
        commencing July 1, 2003 and ending June 30, 2008.      
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SN  86  Eric Dickey, Biloxi, Mississippi, College Savings Plans   GOVERNOR
        of MS Board of Directors, representing the Fifth       
        Congressional District for a five-year term commencing 
        August 27, 2001 and serving through June 30, 2006.     
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  87  Josie Dorman, Ridgeland, Mississippi, MS State Board of   GOVERNOR
        Massage Therapy, as a consumer at large who is not     
        associated with or financially interested in the       
        practice of massage therapy, for the unexpired term    
        ending June 30, 2006, vice Sherri Bailey.              
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  88  Lynn Houston, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Educational       GOVERNOR
        Television, Miss. Auth. for, representing the teacher  
        or principal in a secondary school system, for the     
        unexpired term  ending July 1, 2005, vice Albert       
        Vaughn.                                                
           03/26 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  89  Dr. Robert Maddux, Jackson, Mississippi, Mental Health,   GOVERNOR
        Board of, representing a licensed medical doctor, for a
        seven-year term ending June 30, 2009.                  
           04/05 (S) Notified of Return
SN  90  Dr. Gene Mumbower, Jackson, Mississippi, Bd Examiners     GOVERNOR
        Soc Wkrs & Marriage/Fam Therapists, as a licensed      
        marriage and family therapist, for a four-year term    
        commencing July 1, 2002 and ending June 30, 2006.      
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  91  Fred Nabors, Tupelo, Mississippi, Funeral Service, Bd.    GOVERNOR
        of, as the public at large member, for the unexpired   
        term ending June 30, 2005.                             
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  92  Susan B. Pearson, Gulfport, Mississippi, Physical         GOVERNOR
        Therapy, St. Bd. of, representing physical therapists  
        for a four-year term ending June 30, 2006.             
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  93  Roy Thigpen, Louin, Mississippi, Mississippi Institute    GOVERNOR
        for Forest Inventory, representing a private           
        nonindustrial forest landowner, for a term commencing  
        July 26, 2002, and serving at the pleasure of the      
        Governor.                                              
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  94  Don Shelton, Jackson, Mississippi, Weight Enforcement     MS DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION
        Appeals Board, as the MDOT Executive Director's        
        representative to the Weight Enforcement Appeals Board.
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  95  Dr. Larry S. Anderson, Tupelo, Mississippi, Council for   GOVERNOR
        Educational Technology, for the  unexpired term ending 
        June 30, 2006.                                         
           03/26 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  96  Felix Adah, Clinton, Mississippi, Physical Therapy, St.   GOVERNOR
        Bd. of, representing physical therapists for one-year  
        term ending June 30, 2003.                             
           04/05 (S) Notified of Return
SN  97  Pshon Barrett, Jackson, Mississippi, MS Industries for    GOVERNOR
        the Blind, as a legally blind individual, for a        
        four-year term commencing July 1, 2003 and ending June 
        30, 2007.                                              
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  98  Charlie Dunagin, McComb, Mississippi, Environmental       GOVERNOR
        Quality, Miss. Comm. on, representing the Fourth       
        Congressional District, commencing July 1, 2003 and    
        ending July 1, 2009.                                   
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  99  Neva F. Greenwald, Jackson, Mississippi, Physical         GOVERNOR
        Therapy, St. Bd. of, for a two- year term ending June  
        30, 2004.                                              
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 100  Thomas Kline, Fulton, Mississippi, Mississippi State      GOVERNOR
        Board of Contractors, as a plumbing or heating and air 
        conditioning contractor for a  five-year term ending   
        May 29, 2007.                                          
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 101  Elizabeth Spencer Leflore, Greenwood, Mississippi,        GOVERNOR
        Pharmacy Board, representing the Second Congressional  
        District, commencing July 1, 2003, for a five-year term
        of office ending June 30, 2008.                        
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 102  John Charles Riles, Vicksburg, Mississippi, Funeral       GOVERNOR
        Service, Bd. of, as a Funeral Service Licensee,        
        representing the First Supreme Court District for a    
        four-year term commencing July 1, 2003 and ending June 
        30, 2007.                                              
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 103  Dr. Edwin Searcy, Mound Bayou, Mississippi, Physical      GOVERNOR
        Therapy, St. Bd. of, representing a physician for a    
        two-year term ending June 30, 2004.                    
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 104  David Senter, Booneville, Mississippi, Commercial         GOVERNOR
        Mobile Radio Service, representing the Mississippi 911 
        Coordinators Association for a four-year term ending   
        June 30, 2007.                                         
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 105  Joe Tufts, Cleveland, Mississippi, Physical Therapy,      GOVERNOR
        St. Bd. of, representing a physical therapist assistant
        for a one-year term ending June 30, 2003.              
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 106  George F. Walker, Clarksdale, Mississippi, Community &    GOVERNOR
        Jr. Colleges, State Board of, representing the Second  
        Congressional District, for a six-year term commencing 
        July 1, 2003 and ending June 30, 2009.                 
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 107  Vance Witt, New Albany, Mississippi, MS Health Care       GOVERNOR
        Trust Fund & Expendable Fund, representing the First   
        Congressional District, for the unexpired term ending  
        March 1, 2004, vice Dr. Dwalia South.                  
           04/05 (S) Notified of Return
SN 108  Brenda R. Yonge, Lucedale, Mississippi, Community & Jr.   GOVERNOR
        Colleges, State Board of, representing the Fifth       
        Congressional District, for a six-year term commencing 
        July 1, 2003 and ending June 30, 2009.                 
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 109  Lois B. McMurchy, Duncan, Mississippi, College Savings    GOVERNOR
        Plans of MS Board of Directors, representing the Second
        Congressional District, for a five-year term of office 
        commencing July 1, 2003 and serving through June 30,   
        2008.                                                  
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 110  Representative Frances Fredericks, Gulfport,              GOVERNOR
        Mississippi, MS Commission On Status Of  Women,        
        commencing July 1, 2003 for a four-year term ending    
        June 30, 2007.                                         
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 111  Margaret Hankins, Fulton, Mississippi, Cosmetology        GOVERNOR
        Board, representing the First Congressional District , 
        for the unexpired term ending August 8, 2006.          
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 112  Napolean Moore, Jackson, Mississippi, Community & Jr.     GOVERNOR
        Colleges, State Board of, representing the Fourth      
        Congressional District, for a six-year term ending June
        30, 2008.                                              
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 113  Jill Childress, Summit, Mississippi, MS Commission on     GOVERNOR
        Status of Women, representing the single parent        
        position, for the unexpired term ending June 30, 2006. 
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 114  Clarence E. Dubose, Sr., Moss Point, Mississippi,         GOVERNOR
        Pharmacy Board, representing the state at large,       
        commencing July 1, 2003, for a five-year term of office
        ending June 30, 2008.                                  
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 115  Charles R. Hampton, Sr., Louisville, Mississippi, MS      GOVERNOR
        Prison Industries Act Corporation, representing the    
        Manufacturing industry position for the unexpired term 
        ending May 5, 2006.                                    
           04/05 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 116  Kempe Hodges, Kosciusko, Mississippi, MS Real Estate      GOVERNOR
        Appraisal Licensing & Certif. Board, representing the  
        Third Congressional District, for a four-year term     
        commencing on January 1, 2003 and ending December 31,  
        2006.                                                  
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 117  Gary L. Honea, Magnolia, Mississippi, Commercial Mobile   GOVERNOR
        Radio Service, as a member who is a consumer           
        representing the state at large, for the unexpired term
        ending June 30, 2003.                                  
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 118  James N. Hunter, Jackson, Mississippi, Mississippi        GOVERNOR
        State Board of Contractors, as a roofing contractor,   
        for the unexpired term ending May 29, 2007.            
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 119  Dr. Charles Lowell Jones, Indianola, Mississippi,         GOVERNOR
        Optometry, St. Bd. of, representing the Second         
        Congressional District, for a five-year term commencing
        June 20, 2003 and ending June 20, 2008.                
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 120  Marijo Denson, Decatur, Mississippi, MS Prison            GOVERNOR
        Industries Act Corporation, representing the state at  
        large, for the unexpired term ending May 5, 2006.      
           04/05 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 121  Gary L. Honea, Magnolia, Mississippi, Commercial Mobile   GOVERNOR
        Radio Service, as a member who is a consumer           
        representing the state at large, for a four-year term  
        commencing July 1, 2003 and ending June 30, 2007.      
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 122  Steven Brown, Charleston, Mississippi, Mississippi        GOVERNOR
        State Board of Agricultural Aviation, as a licensed    
        applicator, for a one-year term commencing May 9, 2002 
        and ending on May 9, 2003.                             
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 123  Steven Brown, Charleston, Mississippi, Mississippi        GOVERNOR
        State Board of Agricultural Aviation, as a licensed    
        applicator, for a four-year term commencing May 9, 2003
        and ending on May 9, 2007.                             
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 124  John Garner, Hernando, Mississippi, Commercial Mobile     GOVERNOR
        Radio Service, as a wireless provider representative,  
        for a two-year term ending June 30, 2004.              
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 125  Teresa Rankin, Biloxi, Mississippi, MS Real Estate        GOVERNOR
        Appraisal Licensing & Certif. Board, representing the  
        Fifth Congressional District, for the unexpired term   
        ending January 1, 2006.                                
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 126  Robin Robinson, Laurel, Mississippi, Gaming Commission,   GOVERNOR
        for a four-year term commencing October 1, 2003 and    
        ending September 30, 2007.                             
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 127  L. Kent Robbins, Poplarville, Mississippi, Foresters,     GOVERNOR
        St. Bd. of Reg. for, representing the South East       
        Forestry District, for the unexpired term ending June  
        30, 2006, vice Johns.                                  
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 128  Howard R. Sanders, Hollandale, Mississippi, Gaming        GOVERNOR
        Commission, for the unexpired term ending September 30,
        2005, vice Pitts.                                      
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 129  Joel Sandifer, Greenville, Mississippi, Commercial        GOVERNOR
        Mobile Radio Service, representing the Mississippi     
        Chapter of the Association of Public Safety            
        Communication Officers for a four-year term ending June
        30, 2007.                                              
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 130  Ralph D. Ritch, Tupelo, Mississippi, Chiropractic         GOVERNOR
        Examiners Board, representing the First Congressional  
        District, for a five-year term commencing April 21,    
        2003 and ending April 20, 2008.                        
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 131  Webb Lee, Biloxi, Mississippi, Wildlife, Fisheries &      GOVERNOR
        Parks, Miss. Comm. On, representing the Fifth          
        Congressional District, for a five-year term commencing
        July 1, 2003 and ending June 30, 2008, vice Dearman.   
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 132  Franklin Johnson, Mississippi State, Mississippi, MS      LT. GOVERNOR
        Industries For The Blind, filling the position         
        designated for an individual who is legally blind,     
        effective July 1, 2003 and expires June 30, 2007.      
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 133  Michael J. Olivier, Gulfport, Mississippi, Miss.          LT. GOVERNOR
        Business Finance Corp., effective April 2, 2003 and    
        expires April 1, 2009.                                 
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SN 134  Patti B. Marshall, Esquire, Ridgeland, Mississippi, MS    ATTORNEY GENERAL
        Commission On Status Of  Women, to fill the unexpired  
        term of Mary Leary due to Mary's resignation effective 
        August 1, 2002.  Ms. Leary's term began on July 1, 2001
        and continued until June 30, 2004.  Ms. Marshall will  
        serve as her replacement through the June 30, 2004     
        date..                                                 
           04/03 (S) Notified of Approval
SR   1  Dr. James H. Meredith; commend and designate "Dr. James   Johnson (19th)
        Meredith Day" in Mississppi.                           
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
SR   2  Commend Mississippi Film Commission.                      Horhn
           01/17 (S) Adopted
SR   3  Commend Rev. Dr. James E. Warren.                         Harden
           01/24 (S) Adopted
SR   4  Commend Evelyn Bender for basketball career.              Burton
           01/31 (S) Adopted
SR   5  Commend Tyler Skelton for "Straight from the Heart"       Dawkins
        Award.                                                 
           01/31 (S) Adopted
SR   6  Commend Jerome Jackson.                                   Jackson
           01/24 (S) Adopted
SR   7  Commend D'Iberville High School "Warriors" Football       Gollott
        Team for first State Championship.                     
           01/31 (S) Adopted
SR   8  Commend life of Reverend Lucius Brainard Marion, Jr.      Furniss
           01/31 (S) Adopted
SR   9  Commend former Governor William Winter on his 80th        Little
        birthday.                                              
           02/07 (S) Adopted
SR  10  Commend Winson Hudson for accomplishments during civil    Jackson
        rights movement.                                       
           02/07 (S) Adopted
SR  11  Commend Ms. Sarah Newman upon her participation in the    Hyde-Smith
        2002 USA International Ballet Competition.             
           02/07 (S) Adopted
SR  12  Commend Dr. Thomas Davis, Jr., President of EMCC.         Jackson
           02/07 (S) Adopted
SR  13  Commend National Institute of Governmental Purchasing.    Burton
           02/07 (S) Adopted
SR  14  Commend Mid-Delta Home Health CEO, Mrs. Clara Reed, for   Jordan
        25th Anniversary.                                      
           02/07 (S) Adopted
SR  15  Commend Cellular South on 15th Anniversary.               Michel
           02/07 (S) Adopted
SR  16  Commend Poplarville Upper Elementary School for           Lee
        Presidential Physical Fitness Award.                   
           02/07 (S) Adopted
SR  17  Commend military and public service of Colonel Richard    Michel
        Wilkinson.                                             
           02/07 (S) Adopted
SR  18  Commend the life of Melvin Phillips.                      Walls
           02/07 (S) Adopted
SR  19  Commend James W. Hill, Sr.                                Hyde-Smith
           02/12 (S) Adopted
SR  20  Commend the life and contributions of Mrs. Jacobina       Gollott
        Sekul Gilich.                                          
           02/12 (S) Adopted
SR  21  Commend life of Mr. John Self.                            Hamilton
           02/12 (S) Adopted
SR  22  Commend life of Mr. Nick Mavar.                           Gollott
           02/12 (S) Adopted
SR  23  Commend the life of Captain Carrall Bosarge.              Gollott
           02/12 (S) Adopted
SR  24  Commend Ms. Clementine Williams for her contributions     Cuevas
        to education.                                          
           02/19 (S) Adopted
SR  25  Commend Mrs. Sincell Platts for her work with the         Gollott
        handicapped.                                           
           02/19 (S) Adopted
SR  26  Commend long-time Senate employee, Janice Ammann.         Little
           02/19 (S) Adopted
SR  27  Commend Dr. Val Husley, Curator of the Maritime and       Gollott
        Seafood Industry Museum.                               
           02/19 (S) Adopted
SR  28  Commend Robin Krohn-David, Executive Director, Maritime   Gollott
        and Seafood Industry Museum.                           
           02/19 (S) Adopted
SR  29  Commend Senator Tommy Gollott for Senate Award for        Johnson (19th)
        Distinguished Public Service.                          
           02/20 (S) Adopted
SR  30  Commend life of Dr. E.T. Riemann, Jr., of Gulfport,       Hewes
        Mississippi.                                           
           02/28 (S) Adopted
SR  31  Commend Madison-Ridgeland National Jaguars Baseball       Michel
        Team.                                                  
           02/28 (S) Adopted
SR  32  Commend Dr. Hickman M. Johnson.                           Horhn
           02/28 (S) Adopted
SR  33  Commend and congratulate Roy Gale Martin upon             Kirby
        retirement.                                            
           02/28 (S) Adopted
SR  34  Commend Mrs. Fannie Louise McGee Jackson.                 White
           02/28 (S) Adopted
SR  35  Commend Houston Vocational Center Solar Race Car Team.    Gordon
           02/28 (S) Adopted
SR  36  Commend 150th Anniversary of the First Baptist Church     White
        of Terry, Mississippi.                                 
           02/28 (S) Adopted
SR  37  Commend Tupelo High School "Lady Wave" Soccer Team for    Nunnelee
        winning their first Class 5A State Championship.       
           03/10 (S) Adopted
SR  38  Commend Jennifer Adcock, Miss Mississippi 2002.           King
           03/10 (S) Adopted