Mississippi Legislature
2003 Regular Session

Daily Action Report for 04/02/03



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Pending Governor's Signature

HB1335  Mississippi Rural Impact Act; create and authorize        Morris
        issuance of bonds to fund grant/loan program under.    
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1532  Appropriation; Department of Marine Resources.            Green
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1537  Appropriation; Supreme Court Services.                    Watson
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1545  Appropriation; Governors Office - Division of Medicaid.   Holland
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1558  City of Columbia; authorize to contribute funds to and    Moore (100th)
        contract with Marion County Development Partnership.   
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1559  Marion County; authorize to contribute funds to and       Moore (100th)
        contract with Marion County Development Partnership.   
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1560  City of Columbus; authorize to place military aircraft    Smith (39th)
        at certain location on U.S. Highway 45 right-of-way.   
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1595  Bonds; issue bonds to provide funds for Small             McCoy
        Municipalities and Limited Population Counties Fund.   
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1597  Bonds; issue bonds to provide funds for the Mississippi   McCoy
        Community Heritage Preservation Grant Fund.            
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1616  Golden Triangle Community Health Foundation; revise       Smith (39th)
        investment authority of trustees of.                   
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1618  Monroe County; authorize to contribute funds to Monroe    Markham
        County Chamber of Commerce.                            
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1619  City of Amory; authorize to contribute funds to Monroe    Markham
        County Chamber of Commerce.                            
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1639  DeSoto County; revise law regarding county regional       Woods
        utility authority.                                     
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1640  City of Vicksburg; authorize contribution to United Way   Flaggs
        of West Central Mississippi.                           
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1641  Tishomingo County; authorize to contribute funds to       Cummings
        local Boys and Girls Clubs.                            
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1642  Marion County; authorize to construct animal shelter      Moore (100th)
        facility.                                              
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1647  City of Grenada; extend repealer on Grenada Tourism       Ryals
        Commission.                                            
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1648  City of Vicksburg; authorize to execute project           Masterson
        cooperation agreements for various government projects.
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1651  Coahoma County; authorize to engage in certain projects   Mayo
        for purpose of economic development.                   
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1652  Neshoba County Industrial Development Authority;          Eakes
        clarify authority regarding promotion of economic      
        development.                                           
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1654  City of Magee; authorize contribution for purchase and    Rotenberry
        renovation of property.                                
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1655  Lee County; authorize to contribute funds to the          Holland
        Sanctuary Hospice House.                               
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1656  City of Laurel; may provide for additional annual         Shows
        payment to certain members of fire/police retirement   
        system.                                                
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1657  City of Meridian; may provide creditable service in       Snowden
        retirement systems for employment absences due to      
        military service.                                      
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1658  City of Hattiesburg; additional annual payment to         Davis
        fire/police retirees not tied to CPI.                  
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1660  City of Gulfport; provide for additional annual benefit   Ishee
        and ad hoc benefit increase for fire/police retirees.  
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
HB1664  Education, community colleges and IHLs; amend FY04        Capps
        appropriations to increase funding & delete prohibition
        re health insurance charges.                           
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2206  Free port warehouse; authorize partial exemptions for     Nunnelee
        property in.                                           
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2270  Public water authorities; authorize creation.             Robertson
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2322  MS Major Economic Impact Act; clarify that MS Major       Minor
        Economic Impact Authority may hold title to land,      
        revise note maturity date.                             
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2389  Child support enforcement; define services to be          Huggins
        provided by the Department of Human Services.          
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2445  Telephone solicitations; prohibit for subscribers who     Robertson
        notify PSC.                                            
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2605  Drug courts; establish statewide standards (S.Ct.).       Hyde-Smith
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2682  Wildlife; impose moratorium on importation of any due     Posey
        susceptible to chronic wasting disease.                
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2684  Wildlife personnel; clarify nonstate status of law        Posey
        enforcement trainees and special operations agents.    
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2741  Court reporters; revise length of eligibility for         Kirby
        temporary certification.                               
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2876  Bonds; increase amount of bonds that may be issued        Minor
        under the Economic Development Highway Act.            
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2886  Bonds; issue general obligation bonds for improvement     Moffatt
        at the state shipyard in Jackson County.               
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2906  Appropriation; Department of Corrections; Additional FY   Gordon
        2003.                                                  
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2927  Appropriation; Ethics Comm.                               Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2928  Appropriation; Judicial Performance Comm.                 Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2929  Appropriation; Finance & Admin. Consol.                   Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2930  Appropriation; Gaming Commission.                         Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2931  Appropriation; Information Technology Services.           Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2932  Appropriation; Personnel Bd.                              Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2933  Appropriation; Tax Commission.                            Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2934  Appropriation; Dept. of Audit.                            Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2935  Appropriation; Governor's Office and Mansion.             Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2937  Appropriation; Secretary of State.                        Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2938  Appropriation; Debt Service-Bank Ser. Charge.             Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2939  Appropriation; Treasurers Office.                         Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2940  Appropriation; Mississippi Development Authority.         Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2941  Appropriation; Agriculture & Commerce - Support and       Gordon
        Grain Div.                                             
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2943  Appropriation; Farmers Central Market.                    Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2944  Appropriation; Animal Health Board.                       Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2946  Appropriation; Fair and Coliseum Comm. - Support.         Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2947  Appropriation; Emergency Management Agency.               Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2948  Appropriation; Military Dept.- Support.                   Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2949  Appropriation; Tenn-Tom Waterway Develop. Dist.           Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2950  Appropriation; Dept. of Corrections - Support and         Gordon
        Reimb. Local Confinement.                              
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2951  Appropriation; Bureau of Narcotics.                       Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2952  Appropriation; Dept. Public Safety - Consol.              Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2953  Appropriation; Veterans Affairs Bd.                       Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2954  Appropriation; Dept. of Mental Health.                    Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2955  Appropriation; Bd. of Architecture.                       Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2956  Appropriation; Banking and Consumer Finance.              Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2958  Appropriation; Dental Examiners Bd.                       Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2959  Appropriation; Employment Security Comm.                  Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2960  Appropriation; Funeral Services Bd.                       Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2961  Appropriation; Mississippi Board of Registered            Gordon
        Professional Geologists.                               
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2963  Appropriation; Motor Vehicle Comm.                        Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2964  Appropriation; Pharmacy Bd.                               Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2966  Appropriation; Bd. of Public Accountancy.                 Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2967  Appropriation; Public Contractors Bd.                     Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2968  Appropriation; Office of State Aid Road Construction.     Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2970  Appropriation; MS Workers Compensation Comm.              Gordon
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2971  Bonds; issue state general obligation bonds for           Gollott
        construction of the Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art.         
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2973  City of Vicksburg; authorize certain action by the city   Chaney
        with regard to a project to widen the Yazoo Diversion  
        Canal.                                                 
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2979  Taxation; provide various tax credits and exemptions      Minor
        for companies that provide broadband technologies.     
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2986  Local government freight rail service projects;           Minor
        increase bonds to fund.                                
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB2988  Bonds; issue state general obligation bonds for IHL,      Minor
        community colleges and state agencies.                 
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB3001  Issaquena County and the City of Vicksburg; authorize     Chaney
        contracts for the use of inmate labor by Vicksburg.    
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB3004  City of Vicksburg; authorize governing authorities to     Chaney
        donate, sell or lease property acquired from federal   
        government.                                            
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB3015  Jefferson Davis County; may utilize a portion of oil      Harvey
        and gas severance tax revenue to purchase garbage      
        trucks.                                                
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB3017  Hancock County; authorize contribution to Mississippi     Cuevas
        Contract Procurement Center.                           
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03
SB3022  Marshall County; industrial authority may create the      Minor
        Chickasaw Trail Economic Development Area.             
           04/02 Due From Governor 04/19/03



Signed By The Governor

HB1474  Hancock County; extend the date of repeal on the          Dedeaux
        Hancock County Tourism Development Bureau.             
           04/02 Approved by Governor
HB1579  City of Vicksburg; increase benefits under the            Flaggs
        Disability & Relief Fund for Firemen and Policemen.    
           04/02 Approved by Governor
HB1582  Warren County; authorize contribution to United Way.      Flaggs
           04/02 Approved by Governor
HB1617  Lafayette County; authorize to contribute funds to        Eads
        Youth Baseball Association.                            
           04/02 Approved by Governor
HB1628  Marshall County; authorize to contribute funds to         Woods
        Institute of Community Services, Inc.                  
           04/02 Approved by Governor
HB1636  City of Vicksburg; may authorize continuation of          Masterson
        surviving spouse benefits after remarriage under       
        fire/police retirement system.                         
           04/02 Approved by Governor
SB2154  Joseph Harvey; restore suffrage.                          Harvey
           04/02 Approved by Governor
SB2158  Suffrage; restore to Jerry McDonald of Newton County.     Burton
           04/02 Approved by Governor
SB2460  Appropriations; Veterans Affairs Board; Additional        Gordon
        FY2003.                                                
           04/02 Approved by Governor
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
SB2903  Appropriation; Judicial Performance; Additional FY2003.   Gordon
           04/02 Approved by Governor
SB2914  Appropriation; Attorney General-Judgments, Settlements,   Gordon
        Fees; Additional FY2003.                               
           04/02 Approved by Governor
SB2980  City of Vicksburg; authorize the performance of certain   Chaney
        activities with regard to federal programs.            
           04/02 Approved by Governor
SB2994  Forrest County; authorize contributions to certain        King
        organizations.                                         
           04/02 Approved by Governor
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
SB3012  Forrest County; authorize a contribution to Pearl River   King
        Valley Opportunity, Inc.                               
           04/02 Approved by Governor



House: Introductions

HC 139  New Capitol; designate date for centennial celebration    Clark
        of the building and dedication of.                     
           04/02 (H) Referred To Rules



House: Committee Reports

HB 487  Corrections; increase trusty time allowance from 10       Malone
        days to 30 days for each 30 days of program            
        participation.                                         
           04/02 (H) Conference Report Filed



House: Floor Actions

HB 487  Corrections; increase trusty time allowance from 10       Malone
        days to 30 days for each 30 days of program            
        participation.                                         
           04/02 (H) Reconsidered
           04/02 (H) Recommitted For Further Conf
HB 773  State Personnel Board; extend repealer establishing;      Ford
        require board to approve certain salaries.             
           04/02 (H) Motion to Recommit Lost
           04/02 (H) Conference Report Adopted
SB2306  Expunction; clarify for arrest record.                    Walls
           04/02 (H) Motion to Reconsider Tabled
SB2427  Vulnerable Adults Act; revise definition of               Tollison
        exploitation and the penalty for exploitation of a     
        vulnerable adult.                                      
           04/02 (H) Conference Report Adopted



House: Signed By The Speaker

HB1532  Appropriation; Department of Marine Resources.            Green
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1537  Appropriation; Supreme Court Services.                    Watson
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1545  Appropriation; Governors Office - Division of Medicaid.   Holland
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1558  City of Columbia; authorize to contribute funds to and    Moore (100th)
        contract with Marion County Development Partnership.   
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1559  Marion County; authorize to contribute funds to and       Moore (100th)
        contract with Marion County Development Partnership.   
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1560  City of Columbus; authorize to place military aircraft    Smith (39th)
        at certain location on U.S. Highway 45 right-of-way.   
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1581  Claiborne County Board of Supervisors; authorize          Middleton
        establishment of Pattison Sewage District.             
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1616  Golden Triangle Community Health Foundation; revise       Smith (39th)
        investment authority of trustees of.                   
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1618  Monroe County; authorize to contribute funds to Monroe    Markham
        County Chamber of Commerce.                            
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1619  City of Amory; authorize to contribute funds to Monroe    Markham
        County Chamber of Commerce.                            
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1639  DeSoto County; revise law regarding county regional       Woods
        utility authority.                                     
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1640  City of Vicksburg; authorize contribution to United Way   Flaggs
        of West Central Mississippi.                           
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1641  Tishomingo County; authorize to contribute funds to       Cummings
        local Boys and Girls Clubs.                            
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1642  Marion County; authorize to construct animal shelter      Moore (100th)
        facility.                                              
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1647  City of Grenada; extend repealer on Grenada Tourism       Ryals
        Commission.                                            
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1648  City of Vicksburg; authorize to execute project           Masterson
        cooperation agreements for various government projects.
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1651  Coahoma County; authorize to engage in certain projects   Mayo
        for purpose of economic development.                   
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1652  Neshoba County Industrial Development Authority;          Eakes
        clarify authority regarding promotion of economic      
        development.                                           
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1654  City of Magee; authorize contribution for purchase and    Rotenberry
        renovation of property.                                
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1655  Lee County; authorize to contribute funds to the          Holland
        Sanctuary Hospice House.                               
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1656  City of Laurel; may provide for additional annual         Shows
        payment to certain members of fire/police retirement   
        system.                                                
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1657  City of Meridian; may provide creditable service in       Snowden
        retirement systems for employment absences due to      
        military service.                                      
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1658  City of Hattiesburg; additional annual payment to         Davis
        fire/police retirees not tied to CPI.                  
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1660  City of Gulfport; provide for additional annual benefit   Ishee
        and ad hoc benefit increase for fire/police retirees.  
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1664  Education, community colleges and IHLs; amend FY04        Capps
        appropriations to increase funding & delete prohibition
        re health insurance charges.                           
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  53  Commend New Hope Slow Pitch Softball Team.                Chism
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  74  Commend life of Mr. Jasper Neely, Jr.                     Perkins
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 111  Collins High School Tigers Football Team; commend for     Warren
        winning the Class 3A Championship.                     
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 113  Mary Sprayberry; commend on being named Nurse of the      Holland
        Year.                                                  
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 114  Ripley High School Lady Tigers Basketball Team; commend   Ward
        for winning first-ever State Championship.             
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 115  John Guyton; commend on being named Mississippi PLT's     Zuber
        2003 Educator of the Year.                             
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 120  Dr. Marion R. Wells; commend on outstanding career        Wells-Smith
        achievements.                                          
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 121  Copiah-Lincoln Community College; commend and             Barnett (92nd)
        congratulate for 75 years of service.                  
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 123  Coach Joe Bradshaw; commend on outstanding coaching       Reynolds
        career.                                                
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 124  Provine High School Boys Basketball Team; commend for     Wallace
        winning Class 4A State Championship.                   
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 127  Pastor Joe Henry Henson; commend life and express         Howell
        sympathy upon passing.                                 
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 129  LaToya Thomas; commend on college basketball career.      Hines
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 131  Velma Tillman Champion; commend on retirement and for     Rogers
        career achievements.                                   
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 133  Duane E. Walhood; commend life and express sympathy       Mayo
        upon his death.                                        
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 134  Donald H. Anderson; commend life and express sympathy     Mayo
        upon passing.                                          
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2270  Public water authorities; authorize creation.             Robertson
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2322  MS Major Economic Impact Act; clarify that MS Major       Minor
        Economic Impact Authority may hold title to land,      
        revise note maturity date.                             
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2389  Child support enforcement; define services to be          Huggins
        provided by the Department of Human Services.          
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2445  Telephone solicitations; prohibit for subscribers who     Robertson
        notify PSC.                                            
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2605  Drug courts; establish statewide standards (S.Ct.).       Hyde-Smith
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2682  Wildlife; impose moratorium on importation of any due     Posey
        susceptible to chronic wasting disease.                
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2684  Wildlife personnel; clarify nonstate status of law        Posey
        enforcement trainees and special operations agents.    
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2741  Court reporters; revise length of eligibility for         Kirby
        temporary certification.                               
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2952  Appropriation; Dept. Public Safety - Consol.              Gordon
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2960  Appropriation; Funeral Services Bd.                       Gordon
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2961  Appropriation; Mississippi Board of Registered            Gordon
        Professional Geologists.                               
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2963  Appropriation; Motor Vehicle Comm.                        Gordon
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2964  Appropriation; Pharmacy Bd.                               Gordon
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2966  Appropriation; Bd. of Public Accountancy.                 Gordon
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2967  Appropriation; Public Contractors Bd.                     Gordon
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2968  Appropriation; Office of State Aid Road Construction.     Gordon
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2970  Appropriation; MS Workers Compensation Comm.              Gordon
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2971  Bonds; issue state general obligation bonds for           Gollott
        construction of the Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art.         
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2973  City of Vicksburg; authorize certain action by the city   Chaney
        with regard to a project to widen the Yazoo Diversion  
        Canal.                                                 
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2979  Taxation; provide various tax credits and exemptions      Minor
        for companies that provide broadband technologies.     
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2986  Local government freight rail service projects;           Minor
        increase bonds to fund.                                
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2988  Bonds; issue state general obligation bonds for IHL,      Minor
        community colleges and state agencies.                 
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3001  Issaquena County and the City of Vicksburg; authorize     Chaney
        contracts for the use of inmate labor by Vicksburg.    
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3004  City of Vicksburg; authorize governing authorities to     Chaney
        donate, sell or lease property acquired from federal   
        government.                                            
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3015  Jefferson Davis County; may utilize a portion of oil      Harvey
        and gas severance tax revenue to purchase garbage      
        trucks.                                                
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3017  Hancock County; authorize contribution to Mississippi     Cuevas
        Contract Procurement Center.                           
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3022  Marshall County; industrial authority may create the      Minor
        Chickasaw Trail Economic Development Area.             
           04/02 (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 616  Commend legacy of service of Bishop A.C. "Chip" Marble.   Chaney
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 619  Commend LaToya Thomas for her stellar basketball          Walls
        career.                                                
           04/02 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed



Senate: Committee Reports

HB 487  Corrections; increase trusty time allowance from 10       Malone
        days to 30 days for each 30 days of program            
        participation.                                         
           04/02 (S) Conference Report Filed



Senate: Floor Actions

HB 773  State Personnel Board; extend repealer establishing;      Ford
        require board to approve certain salaries.             
           04/02 (S) Conference Report Adopted
HB1663  Pike County; allow  board to lease certain property for   Myers
        library.                                               
           04/02 (S) Passed
HB1665  City of Biloxi; authorize to contribute to Back Bay       Creel
        Mission.                                               
           04/02 (S) Passed
HB1666  Covington County; authorize to contribute to local Boys   Warren
        and Girls Club.                                        
           04/02 (S) Passed
SB2338  State Board of Health; appointments to be from new        Huggins
        congressional districts.                               
           04/02 (S) Motion to Reconsider Entered
           04/02 (S) Motion to Reconsider Tabled
SB2427  Vulnerable Adults Act; revise definition of               Tollison
        exploitation and the penalty for exploitation of a     
        vulnerable adult.                                      
           04/02 (S) Conference Report Adopted
SB3011  Pearl River Valley Opportunity, Inc.; authorize           Stogner
        contributions to by certain counties.                  
           04/02 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
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.                                     
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                   
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                             
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
SN   6  Dr. Kevin Armbrust, Starkville, MS, Chemist, State,       MS STATE UNIVERSITY PRES
        six-year term.                                         
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                              
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                       
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.   
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.    
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                    
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                            
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                             
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.      
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                            
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                         
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                 
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                  
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.  
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.      
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.             
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.           
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.      
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                 
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                              
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
SN  42  Angela K. Griffin, Jackson, Mississippi, MS Department    GOVERNOR
        of Information Technology Services, for the unexpired  
        term ending June 30, 2007.                             
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.              
           04/02 (S) Appointment Returned To Gov
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.                                        
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                 
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                 
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.     
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                         
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
SN  52  Lisa T. Sykes, Brandon, Mississippi, Nursing Home         GOVERNOR
        Administrators, representing the hospital administrator
        position, for the unexpired term ending June 25, 2006. 
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.          
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                 
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                          
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                  
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
SN  60  Thurmond Beasley, DDS, Tupelo, Mississippi, Dental        GOVERNOR
        Examiners, representing the state at large for a       
        six-year term ending June 30, 2008.                    
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                                  
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                       
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                              
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                                  
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                                  
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                   
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                 
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                              
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                              
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                             
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                                  
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
SN  73  Edrice J. Polk, Prentiss, Mississippi, Licensed           GOVERNOR
        Professional Counselors, Bd of Examiners, representing 
        the Fourth Congressional District, for an unexpired    
        term ending May 30, 2005.                              
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.       
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                              
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.            
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                              
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                                  
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.             
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                 
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                  
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.             
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.     
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.              
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                  
           04/02 (S) Appointment Returned To Gov
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.      
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                             
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.             
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                              
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
SN  96  Felix Adah, Clinton, Mississippi, Physical Therapy, St.   GOVERNOR
        Bd. of, representing physical therapists for one-year  
        term ending June 30, 2003.                             
           04/02 (S) Appointment Returned To Gov
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.                                              
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
SN  99  Neva F. Greenwald, Jackson, Mississippi, Physical         GOVERNOR
        Therapy, St. Bd. of, for a two- year term ending June  
        30, 2004.                                              
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                          
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                        
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                              
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                    
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                         
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.              
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                 
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                  
           04/02 (S) Appointment Returned To Gov
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.                 
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                                  
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                         
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
SN 111  Margaret Hankins, Fulton, Mississippi, Cosmetology        GOVERNOR
        Board, representing the First Congressional District , 
        for the unexpired term ending August 8, 2006.          
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                              
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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. 
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                  
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                                  
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                  
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.            
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.      
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                             
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                             
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.              
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
SN 126  Robin Robinson, Laurel, Mississippi, Gaming Commission,   GOVERNOR
        for a four-year term commencing October 1, 2003 and    
        ending September 30, 2007.                             
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                  
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
SN 128  Howard R. Sanders, Hollandale, Mississippi, Gaming        GOVERNOR
        Commission, for the unexpired term ending September 30,
        2005, vice Pitts.                                      
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                                              
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.                        
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.   
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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.      
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
SN 133  Michael J. Olivier, Gulfport, Mississippi, Miss.          LT. GOVERNOR
        Business Finance Corp., effective April 2, 2003 and    
        expires April 1, 2009.                                 
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
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..                                                 
           04/02 (S) Appointment Confirmed
SR 104  Commend career of Capitol Correspondent Jack Elliott.     Little
           04/02 (S) Adopted
SR 105  Commend public service of State Senator Rob Smith.        Little
           04/02 (S) Adopted
SR 106  Commend public service of Senator Tim (Elvis) Johnson.    Little
           04/02 (S) Adopted
SR 107  Commend public service of Senator Glenn Hamilton.         Little
           04/02 (S) Adopted
SR 108  Commend public service of Senator Bill Canon, the "Dean   Little
        of the Senate."                                        
           04/02 (S) Adopted
SR 109  Commend public service of State Senator Delma Furniss.    Little
           04/02 (S) Adopted
SR 110  Commend public service of Senator Vince Scoper.           Little
           04/02 (S) Adopted
SR 111  Commend public service of Senator Neely Carlton.          Little
           04/02 (S) Adopted
SR 112  Commend Senator Bill Minor for public service.            Little
           04/02 (S) Adopted
SR 113  Commend public service of Senator Barbara Blackmon.       Little
           04/02 (S) Adopted
SR 114  Commend public service of Senator Ron Farris.             Little
           04/02 (S) Adopted
SR 115  Commend Transportation Commissioner Zack Stewart.         Minor
           04/02 (S) Adopted



Senate: Signed By The President

HB1532  Appropriation; Department of Marine Resources.            Green
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1537  Appropriation; Supreme Court Services.                    Watson
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1545  Appropriation; Governors Office - Division of Medicaid.   Holland
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1558  City of Columbia; authorize to contribute funds to and    Moore (100th)
        contract with Marion County Development Partnership.   
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1559  Marion County; authorize to contribute funds to and       Moore (100th)
        contract with Marion County Development Partnership.   
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1560  City of Columbus; authorize to place military aircraft    Smith (39th)
        at certain location on U.S. Highway 45 right-of-way.   
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1581  Claiborne County Board of Supervisors; authorize          Middleton
        establishment of Pattison Sewage District.             
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1616  Golden Triangle Community Health Foundation; revise       Smith (39th)
        investment authority of trustees of.                   
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1618  Monroe County; authorize to contribute funds to Monroe    Markham
        County Chamber of Commerce.                            
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1619  City of Amory; authorize to contribute funds to Monroe    Markham
        County Chamber of Commerce.                            
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1639  DeSoto County; revise law regarding county regional       Woods
        utility authority.                                     
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1640  City of Vicksburg; authorize contribution to United Way   Flaggs
        of West Central Mississippi.                           
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1641  Tishomingo County; authorize to contribute funds to       Cummings
        local Boys and Girls Clubs.                            
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1642  Marion County; authorize to construct animal shelter      Moore (100th)
        facility.                                              
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1647  City of Grenada; extend repealer on Grenada Tourism       Ryals
        Commission.                                            
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1648  City of Vicksburg; authorize to execute project           Masterson
        cooperation agreements for various government projects.
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1651  Coahoma County; authorize to engage in certain projects   Mayo
        for purpose of economic development.                   
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1652  Neshoba County Industrial Development Authority;          Eakes
        clarify authority regarding promotion of economic      
        development.                                           
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1654  City of Magee; authorize contribution for purchase and    Rotenberry
        renovation of property.                                
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1655  Lee County; authorize to contribute funds to the          Holland
        Sanctuary Hospice House.                               
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1656  City of Laurel; may provide for additional annual         Shows
        payment to certain members of fire/police retirement   
        system.                                                
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1657  City of Meridian; may provide creditable service in       Snowden
        retirement systems for employment absences due to      
        military service.                                      
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1658  City of Hattiesburg; additional annual payment to         Davis
        fire/police retirees not tied to CPI.                  
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1660  City of Gulfport; provide for additional annual benefit   Ishee
        and ad hoc benefit increase for fire/police retirees.  
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1664  Education, community colleges and IHLs; amend FY04        Capps
        appropriations to increase funding & delete prohibition
        re health insurance charges.                           
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  53  Commend New Hope Slow Pitch Softball Team.                Chism
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  74  Commend life of Mr. Jasper Neely, Jr.                     Perkins
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 111  Collins High School Tigers Football Team; commend for     Warren
        winning the Class 3A Championship.                     
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
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 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 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 127  Pastor Joe Henry Henson; commend life and express         Howell
        sympathy upon passing.                                 
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 129  LaToya Thomas; commend on college basketball career.      Hines
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 131  Velma Tillman Champion; commend on retirement and for     Rogers
        career achievements.                                   
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
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
SB2270  Public water authorities; authorize creation.             Robertson
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2338  State Board of Health; appointments to be from new        Huggins
        congressional districts.                               
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2344  Public purchasing laws; make various amendments           Burton
        (MAGPPA).                                              
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2389  Child support enforcement; define services to be          Huggins
        provided by the Department of Human Services.          
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2404  Schools; clarify minimum calendar regarding               Harden
        emergencies, and provide for additional funds for      
        certain high growth districts.                         
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2445  Telephone solicitations; prohibit for subscribers who     Robertson
        notify PSC.                                            
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2446  Law enforcement; create offense of fleeing or eluding     Johnson (38th)
        and create study commission.                           
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2597  Laser pointers; restrict possession and criminalize       Hamilton
        pointing of.                                           
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2636  Early Childhood Education programs assessment;            Harden
        authorize.                                             
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
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.                                
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2682  Wildlife; impose moratorium on importation of any due     Posey
        susceptible to chronic wasting disease.                
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2684  Wildlife personnel; clarify nonstate status of law        Posey
        enforcement trainees and special operations agents.    
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2741  Court reporters; revise length of eligibility for         Kirby
        temporary certification.                               
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2963  Appropriation; Motor Vehicle Comm.                        Gordon
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2971  Bonds; issue state general obligation bonds for           Gollott
        construction of the Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art.         
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2973  City of Vicksburg; authorize certain action by the city   Chaney
        with regard to a project to widen the Yazoo Diversion  
        Canal.                                                 
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2979  Taxation; provide various tax credits and exemptions      Minor
        for companies that provide broadband technologies.     
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2986  Local government freight rail service projects;           Minor
        increase bonds to fund.                                
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3009  City of Meridian; authorize the sale of treated           Carmichael
        effluent water from city's wastewater treatment        
        facility.                                              
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3015  Jefferson Davis County; may utilize a portion of oil      Harvey
        and gas severance tax revenue to purchase garbage      
        trucks.                                                
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3022  Marshall County; industrial authority may create the      Minor
        Chickasaw Trail Economic Development Area.             
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 612  Commend James Worth Bagley for his contribution to the    Gordon
        MSU College of Engineering.                            
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 614  Commend Chief Phillip Martin for establishing             Williamson
        successful Choctaw Tribal businesses and enterprises.  
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 619  Commend LaToya Thomas for her stellar basketball          Walls
        career.                                                
           04/02 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed

Information pertaining to this report was last updated on 04/09/03 at 09:42.



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