Mississippi Legislature
2004 Regular Session

Senator David Jordan

District 24

As of 01/22/07 at 11:16

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SB2010  Municipalities; revise qualifying deadline for special    Jordan
 *      elections.                                             
           05/04 Approved by Governor
SB2014  Use of false fingernails by restaurant employees;         Jordan
   %    direct State Board of Health to adopt regulations      
           03/09 (S) Died In Committee
SB2055  Insurance coverage for minimum amount of post-surgical    Jordan
        care for mastectomies; require.                        
           03/09 (S) Died In Committee
SB2078  Military monuments and memorials; prohibit the            Carmichael
 *      alteration of.                                         
           04/29 Approved by Governor
SB2082  Mississippi Blues Commission; establish.                  Jordan
 *         04/20 Approved by Governor
SB2083  Consumer reporting agencies; prohibit reduction of        Jordan
        credit score without grace period.                     
           03/09 (S) Died In Committee
SB2093  Motor fuel excise taxes; provide partial exemption on     Carmichael
  $%    sales of fuel to volunteer fire departments for use in 
        department vehicles.                                   
           04/20 (H) Died In Committee
SB2122  Taxation; income tax credit incentives for certain        Nunnelee
 *$%    activities at brownfield sites.                        
           04/20 (H) Died In Committee
SB2138  State Board of Health; revise membership of.              Dawkins
           03/09 (S) Died In Committee
SB2171  Municipalities; may pay real estate brokerage fee upon    Carmichael
        sale or lease of real property.                        
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB2201  DUI; allow multiple counts for vehicular homicide.        Burton
 * %       04/16 (H) Died On Calendar
SB2256  Tallahatchie County Correctional Authority; expand        Huggins
   %    powers of.                                             
           05/09 (S) Died In Committee
SB2300  Office of Compulsory School Attendance Enforcement;       Chaney
 *      extend repealer.                                       
           05/03 (S) Died In Conference
SB2314  Task Force on Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention;        Mettetal
 *      revise membership.                                     
           04/12 Approved by Governor
SB2318  Disease management programs under Medicaid for persons    Mettetal
        with asthma, diabetes or hypertension; delete.         
           03/09 (S) Died In Committee
SB2321  Study Committee on Retired Teacher Reemployment Option;   Chaney
        create and require report.                             
           03/09 (S) Died In Committee
SB2352  PERS; increase amount of unused leave that may be used    Tollison
        to compute the retirement allowance of firemen and     
           03/09 (S) Died In Committee
SB2404  Vulnerable adults; revise sexual battery and fondling.    Burton
 *         04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB2467  Seat belt law; make primary offense, revise aggregate     Tollison
 *      fine.                                                  
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB2478  Health insurance policies; require coverage for           Williamson
        colorectal cancer examinations.                        
           03/09 (S) Died In Committee
SB2508  Highways; designate I-20 and Highway 15 interchange in    Burton
        Newton County as "Medgar Evers Memorial Interchange."  
           04/12 Approved by Governor
SB2510  "Chiropractic Physician"; licensed chiropractors may      Little
 *      use title.                                             
           04/29 Approved by Governor
SB2519  Critical access hospitals; revise definition to conform   Nunnelee
 *      to federal law.                                        
           04/12 Approved by Governor
SB2532  Law enforcement officers; expand coverage for line of     Albritton
 *      duty death benefits.                                   
           04/26 Approved by Governor
SB2545  Municipalities; revise method of notice of special        Burton
           04/12 Approved by Governor
SB2567  Zoning ordinances; revise number of votes necessary for   Chamberlin
 *      amendments.                                            
           05/13 Approved by Governor
SB2602  Corrections; authorize commissioner to transfer           Huggins
        employees to any corrections facility.                 
           04/14 (H) Died On Calendar
SB2621  Tunica County justice court judges; authorize salary      Jackson (11th)
        supplement for.                                        
           03/09 (S) Died In Committee
SB2623  Distinctive license tag; authorize for various            Michel
 * %    organizations and revise certain existing tags.        
           05/13 Approved by Governor
SB2629  Tax sale of land; prorate portion of excess to            Jordan
        municipalities in certain situations.                  
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SB2640  Purchase of supply of natural gas; authorize certain      Little
 * %    municipalities to contract for purchase and exempt from
        bid requirements.                                      
           05/14 Approved by Governor
SB2647  County officials; increase salaries.                      Little
 * %       05/04 Approved by Governor
SB2676  Corrections; authorize Department of Corrections to       Huggins
 *      contract with private facility in Tallahatchie County  
        to house state inmates.                                
           05/13 Approved by Governor
SB2681  Chronic Pain Treatment Act; prescribe standards for       Jordan
        treatment by certain health care providers.            
           03/09 (S) Died In Committee
SB2712  Eligibility for alternative teaching route programs and   Chaney
 *      teacher scholarship incentives; revise (Governor's     
           04/26 Approved by Governor
SB2726  Retired teachers; may draw retirement benefits and be     Butler
        reemployed as teachers if they have 25 years of        
        creditable service.                                    
           03/09 (S) Died In Committee
SB2777  Highway work zone; revise penalty for speeding.           Hewes
           04/12 Approved by Governor
SB2792  Distinctive license tags; create a "Mississippi, home     Jordan
   %    of the blues" distinctive tag.                         
           03/09 (S) Died In Committee
SB2808  Smoking; prohibit in enclosed public places, with         Dawkins
        certain exceptions.                                    
           03/09 (S) Died In Committee
SB2850  "Rural Health Availability Act"; enact.                   Burton
 *         04/29 Approved by Governor
SB2857  Elections; comply with the Help America Vote Act of       Chamberlin
 *      2002.                                                  
           04/06 Approved by Governor
SB2858  Campaign Finance Disclosure Law; clarify what             Chamberlin
 *      constitutes a contribution, require disclosure of      
        certain loans made to candidates.                      
           05/03 (S) Died In Conference
SB2877  Sale of gift certificate with expiration date or          Hyde-Smith
        service fee; prohibit under consumer protection        
           03/09 (S) Died In Committee
SB2880  Mississippi Major Economic Impact Act; revise             Cuevas
 *$%    definition of the term "project and authorize issuance 
        of bonds."                                             
           05/04 Approved by Governor
SB2882  Motor vehicle license tag; provide for a distinctive      Hyde-Smith
   %    breast cancer awareness tag.                           
           03/09 (S) Died In Committee
SB2892  Drug courts; provide assessments on offenses to provide   Hyde-Smith
 * %    funding.                                               
           05/13 Approved by Governor
SB2957  Identity theft; expand authority of Attorney General to   Tollison
 *      prosecute.                                             
           05/06 Approved by Governor
SB2960  Appropriation; General and Budget Contingency Funds       Little
        deposited to State & School Employees Insurance Fund;  
           04/20 (H) Died In Committee
SB2966  DPS to charge $2.00 fee per abstract for highway patrol   Gordon
   %    retirement fund; authorize.                            
           03/22 (S) Died On Calendar
SB2989  Rails-to-Trails Recreational Districts; allow             King
 *      municipalities to enforce rules and regulations of the 
           04/22 Approved by Governor
SB3039  Mississippi Mortgage Consumer Protection Law; revise      Jordan
   %    exemptions, examination fee, definition of "loan       
           03/09 (S) Died In Committee
SB3051  Small Municipalities and Limited Population Counties      Robertson
 *$%    Fund; increase the amount of bonds that may be issued  
           05/01 (S) Died In Conference
SB3068  Income taxation; provide a tax credit for expenses        Dawkins
  $%    incurred in rehabilitating certain historic structures.
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SB3072  Health Savings Accounts Act; establish and exempt         Hewes
  $%    certain contributions from gross income.               
           04/20 (H) Died In Committee
SB3077  Income tax; allow credit for child adoption expenses.     Nunnelee
  $%       04/20 (H) Died In Committee
SB3087  Emerging Crops Fund; continue minority loan program and   Robertson
 *$%    increase amounts that may be utilized in the program.  
           05/01 (S) Died In Conference
SB3169  Quitman County; authorize the issuance of refunding       Jackson (11th)
 * %    bonds for certain indebtedness.                        
           05/12 Approved by Governor
SB3173  Local System Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation        Little
  $%    Fund; issue bonds and revise appropriation requirement 
           04/20 (H) Died In Committee
SB3194  City of Greenwood; revise the membership of the           Jordan
 * %    Greenwood Tourism Commission and increase the amount of
        the room tax.                                          
           05/12 Approved by Governor
SB3195  City of Greenwood; authorize negotiations for contracts   Jordan
   %    to construct certain rail properties or facilities.    
           05/09 (H) Died In Committee
SC 503  Mississippi National Guard Troops; express support for    Little
        all presently serving the United States.               
           02/10 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 505  Designate May as Osteoporosis Month in Mississippi.       Hyde-Smith
           03/25 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 510  Commend life of famous attorney, actor and WWII veteran   Dawkins
        Boyce Holleman.                                        
           02/10 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 514  Amend Constitution; same gender marriages void.           Nunnelee
           04/06 (H) Died In Committee
SC 520  "Tenth Anniversary of the International Year of the       Hewes
        Family"; designate and urge promotion of family unit.  
           05/06 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 526  Horace B. Labat, Sr.; commend life.                       Dawkins
           04/16 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 527  Urge Congress to make more students eligible for free     Dawkins
        school lunches.                                        
           05/09 (S) Died In Committee
SC 538  Urge Congress to amend the U.S. Constitution; to          Little
        protect the Pledge of Allegiance and our National      
           05/06 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 543  Commend Phi Theta Kappa's All-Mississippi Academic        Harden
           02/26 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 544  Commend honorable service of Mrs. Elizabeth Powers on     Huggins
        Mississippi Ethics Commission.                         
           02/26 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 550  Commend David Robertson and Tony Busby for heroic         Jackson (15th)
           03/08 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 557  Commend life and military service of Army Sergeant        Butler
        Shanta Bridges.                                        
           03/15 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 563  Commend Colonel L.M. Claiborne, Jr., first                Jackson (32nd)
        African-American Director of the Highway Safety Patrol.
           03/15 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 564  Urge Congress to keep the mail processing plant in        White
        Jackson open.                                          
           05/09 (H) Died In Committee
SC 565  Commend Fiona Gipsen for perfect score on ACT exam.       Tollison
           03/15 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 567  Commend Eddie Khayat, Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame.    Michel
           03/15 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 573  Commend Willie Totten, Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame.   Michel
           03/15 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 578  Commend career of music heritage pioneer Rev. Arnold      Thomas
        Dwight "Gatemouth" Moore.                              
           03/25 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 579  Commend distinguished career of "Divorce Court" Judge     Harden
        Mablean Ephraim.                                       
           03/25 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 591  Commend life of Assistant Attorney General Alice Wise.    Ross
           04/01 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 594  Commend Earnest White for longstanding civic and          Jackson (32nd)
        charitable leadership.                                 
           05/09 (S) Died In Committee
SC 595  Designate National Boys and Girls Club Week.              Dawkins
           04/08 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 600  Commend service of 1st Battalion, 204th Air Defense       Burton
           04/16 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 601  Commend career of award-winning actress Tonea Stewart     Jordan
        of Greenwood, Mississippi.                             
           04/16 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 602  Commend career and civic contributions of Fred Carl,      Jordan
           04/16 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 604  Commend Senator Billy Hewes, 2004 ALEC National           Michel
           04/16 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 609  Suspend rules for drafting, etc. of bill to extend        Huggins
        repealer on housing state inmates in county jails.     
           04/26 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 617  Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Brown v. Board of     Horhn
           05/10 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 622  Commend Mr. Pearl Frazier on his 105th birthday.          Frazier
           05/06 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 624  Susp. rules further consideration/passage of S.B. 2930;   Doxey
        Economic Development Highway Act; revise term "high    
        economic benefit project."                             
           05/10 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SR  14  Commend Allison Kellogg on being named Miss Mississippi   Michel
           03/12 (S) Adopted
SR  16  Horace B. Labat, Sr.; commend life.                       Dawkins
           03/12 (S) Adopted
SR  18  Commend the life and humanitarian service of Dr. John     Gollott
        B. O'Keefe.                                            
           03/26 (S) Adopted
SR  26  Commend Robert D. "Bobby" Sims upon selection as          White
        Mississippi Music Educator of the Year.                
           04/16 (S) Adopted
SR  47  Commend Edward H. Buelow, Jr., Commissioner of Revenue    Chaney
        and former State Representative.                       
           05/03 (S) Adopted
SR  51  Commend the life and legacy of public service of Mr.      Horhn
        John H. Lee.                                           
           05/04 (S) Adopted
SR  52  Commend Linda Bounds upon retirement.                     Little
           05/03 (S) Adopted
SR  54  Commend life of Honorable Frank Stimley.                  Horhn
           05/06 (S) Adopted
SR  58  Commend Thomas Hamill for bravery.                        Jackson (32nd)
           05/06 (S) Adopted
SR  60  Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Brown v. Board of     Horhn
           05/09 (S) Died In Committee

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

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