Mississippi Legislature
2005 Regular Session

Daily Action Report for 01/24/05

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House: Double Referred Reports

HB 664  Banking commissioner; take action to ensure that all      Guice
        supervised businesses are treated the same for zoning  
           01/24 (H) DR - TSDP: BB To MU
HB 715  Loans; revise closing fee that small loan licenses may    Guice
           01/24 (H) DR - TSDPCS: BB To AP

House: Committee Reports

HB 718  Consumer Loan Broker Act; exempt enrolled agents with     Guice
        the IRS from registration under.                       
           01/24 (H) Title Suff Do Pass
HB1066  Direct recording electronic voting equipment; authorize   Reynolds
        use at elections conducted in this state.              
           01/24 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Comm Sub
HC  44  Mrs. Almeta Covington Snowden; commend life of.           Robinson (84th)
           01/24 (H) Title Suff Do Be Adopted
HR  13  Auschwitz concentration camps liberation; recognize       Reynolds
        60th anniversary of.                                   
           01/24 (H) Title Suff Adopted Comm Sub

House: Floor Actions

HB  90  Agricultural leases of prison land; revise lease term     Mayo
        and authorize auction for.                             
           01/24 (H) Amended
           01/24 (H) Passed As Amended
           01/24 (H) Motion to Reconsider Entered
HB 771  Scenic streams; designate portion of Escatawpa River in   Parker
        George and Jackson Counties eligible for nomination to 
        scenic streams program.                                
           01/24 (H) Transmitted To Senate
HB 837  Scenic streams; designate portion of Red Creek in         Parker
        Stone, George & Jackson Counties as eligible for scenic
        streams program nomination.                            
           01/24 (H) Transmitted To Senate
HB1345  Parole Board; allow to place offenders in intensive       Malone
        supervision program and increase fee of program.       
           01/24 (H) Amended
           01/24 (H) Passed As Amended

Senate: Floor Actions

SN  72  Liles B. Williams, Raymond, Mississippi, Workers'         GOVERNOR
        Compensation Commission as Chairman of the Commission  
        and a representative of employers, six-year term       
        beginning January 1, 2005 and ending December 31, 2010.
           01/24 (S) Notified of Approval

Information pertaining to this report was last updated on 04/04/05 at 13:45.

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