Mississippi Legislature
2004 Regular Session

Representative William J. McCoy

District 3

As of 01/22/07 at 11:15

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HB  16  Public buildings; rename 301 Lamar Street Building to     Robinson (63rd)
 *      Robert G. Clark, Jr., Building.                        
           02/20 Approved by Governor
HB 521  School bus drivers; state will pay health insurance       Gadd
 * %    cost for PERS retirees employed as.                    
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB 640  Interstate 59; designate portion in Forrest and Jones     Staples
        Counties as "Lance Corporal Roy M. Wheat Memorial      
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB 804  Crossbow; revise number of physician certificates         McCoy
 * %    required to certify disability for person to use when  
           05/12 Approved by Governor
HB 879  Retirement; retired PERS members get credit for active    McCoy
        duty military service occurring after retirement.      
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB 924  Consumer loan broker act; amend certain provisions of.    McCoy
 * %       04/20 Approved by Governor
HB 943  Tippah County; designate Highway 773 as "Joe Mitch        Ward
        McElwain Memorial Highway."                            
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB 998  Honorary high school diplomas; authorize school boards    Montgomery
        to award to Vietnam War veterans.                      
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB 999  Income tax; revise amount of certain military             Montgomery
 *$%    compensation for officers which is excluded from gross 
           05/04 Approved by Governor
HB1096  U.S. Highway 72; Transportation Department construct      Moss
        bypass for City of Corinth.                            
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB1128  Gaming license fees; redistribute portion of state's      McCoy
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB1252  Homestead exemption; extend date for surviving spouse     Reynolds
   %    to file for homestead exemption.                       
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB1279  Budget; reduce state budget costs and increase state      Watson
 * %@   revenues.                                              
           05/27 Approved by Governor
HB1383  District attorneys and their staff; allow reimbursement   McCoy
        for meals, both within and outside of their            
        geographical districts.                                
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB1431  Railroads; require removal of vegetation; clarify         Woods
 *      safety requirements.                                   
           04/28 Approved by Governor
HB1654  Major Economic Impact Act; authorize issuance of          Bentz
 *$%    additional bonds to address possible military base     
        closure and realignment.                               
           04/20 (S) Died In Committee
HC  79  Citizens of Spain; express our sorrow and respect to      Zuber
        concerning the bombing in Madrid.                      
           04/06 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  90  Suspend deadlines for introduction; to delete             McCoy
        prohibition on public school officials being interested
        in sale of books to schools.                           
           05/09 (H) Died In Committee
HC  98  Suspend deadlines for introduction; elections; to         Warren
        require identification before an elector votes.        
           04/14 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 105  Mississippi National Guard; encourage citizens to         Capps
        support and contact Mississippi servicemen currently   
           04/26 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 106  Eric Shows; commend upon receiving a Barry M. Goldwater   Read
        Scholarship and Excellence in Education Program Award. 
           04/23 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 114  Suspend deadlines for introduction; tort reform;          Blackmon
 *      revise.                                                
           05/09 (H) Died In Conference
HC 116  Suspend deadlines for introduction; cigarettes;           McCoy
        increase excise tax on to fully fund mental health     
        crisis centers.                                        
           04/30 (H) Failed
HC 120  Mrs. Allen Hobbs Capps; commend life of.                  McCoy
           05/06 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 128  Thomas Hamill; commend bravery and steadfastness of.      Dickson
           05/09 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  14  Sergeant Jonathan W. Lambert; commend life of.            McCoy
           02/04 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  37  Social security benefits; urge Congress to protect.       Reynolds
 *         03/05 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  52  Amy Burks; commend on receiving Presidential Award for    Moss
        Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.        
           04/08 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  90  Hinds Community College; recognize Golden Anniversary     McCoy
        of participation in 1954 Junior Rose Bowl.             
           04/23 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  99  Leslie Ellington; commend upon retirement as Capitol      Bondurant
           04/30 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR 101  Christopher Dale Mabry; commend life of.                  Robinson (84th)
           04/30 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR 102  Edward H. Buelow, Jr.; commend upon retirement.           Flaggs
           04/30 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR 107  Mrs. Winson Hudson; commend life of.                      Smith (27th)
           05/04 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR 110  Reverend Dr. Horace L. Buckley; commend on 35th           Coleman (65th)
        anniversary as pastor of Cade Chapel Missionary Baptist
           05/04 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR 115  Linda Bounds; commend upon retirement.                    Weathersby
           05/04 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR 123  Dr. Thomas L. Davis, Jr.; commend upon his retirement.    Chism
           05/08 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed

KEY: * = Amended % = 3/5ths Vote Required V = Vetoed
  $ = Revenue @ = Exempted From Deadline P = Partially Vetoed

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