Mississippi Legislature
2006 Regular Session

Daily Action Report for 03/31/06



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Floor Actions

HB1250  Tourism; create new sales tax incentive program.          Peranich
           03/31 Suspend from Deadlines by HC 122



House: Committee Reports

SC 645  Recognize May 2, 2006, as World Asthma Day.               Burton
           03/31 (H) Title Suff Do Be Adopted



House: Floor Actions

HB 100  Eminent Domain; restrict use of.                          Franks
           03/31 (H) Recommitted For Further Conf
HB1658  Suffrage; restore to Shanell Renea Stubbs of Jefferson    Hudson
        Davis County.                                          
           03/31 (H) Concurred in Amend From Senate
           03/31 (H) Immediate Release
HC 122  Suspend deadlines for further consideration of House      Peranich
        Bill No. 1250; tourism; create new sales tax incentive 
        program.                                               
           03/31 (H) Concurred in Amend From Senate
           03/31 (H) Immediate Release
SB2511  Parole; provide that first-time offenders for selling     Jackson (32nd)
        drugs may be eligible for parole.                      
           03/31 (H) Conference Report Failed
SB2942  Bio-diesel fuel; create study committee.                  Lee (35th)
           03/31 (H) Conference Report Adopted
SC 645  Recognize May 2, 2006, as World Asthma Day.               Burton
           03/31 (H) Adopted
           03/31 (H) Immediate Release
           03/31 (H) Transmitted To Senate



House: Referred Other House

SB3122  Bonds; increase the amount of bonds that may be issued    Robertson
        under the Economic Development Highway Act.            
           03/31 (H) Referred To Ways and Means
SC 645  Recognize May 2, 2006, as World Asthma Day.               Burton
           03/31 (H) Referred To Rules



House: Measures That Have Died

HB 100  Eminent Domain; restrict use of.                          Franks
           03/31 (H) Died In Conference



House: Signed By The Speaker

HB 166  County superintendent of education; prohibit voters in    Mayo
        certain school districts from voting in election for.  
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 214  Curriculum choices; SDE design for students interested    Brown
        in direct entry into workforce.                        
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 298  Indigent Juvenile Appeals Resource Counsel; create        Flaggs
        position within Mississippi Office of Indigent Appeals.
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 308  Local school boards; authorize to make surplus            Brown
        textbooks available to parents of school age children  
        in the district.                                       
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 560  Child death review panel; create.                         Holland
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 565  Homestead exemption; delete repealer on definition of     Warren
        "home"; extend time limit on exemption for persons     
        confined to institution for treatment.                 
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 632  Municipal expenditures; revise exemptions for purchases   Baker (74th)
        made during last quarter of last year of term for      
        governing authorities.                                 
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 744  Income Tax Credit for Port Facilities and Annual Impact   Warren
        Reports; extend repealer on.                           
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 803  Mississippi Council for Remote Sensing and Geographic     Franks
        Information; clarify membership.                       
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 905  District attorneys; provide additional assistants for     Watson
        certain circuit court districts.                       
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 929  Wildlife conservation officers; authorize to perform      Robinson (84th)
        alcohol and drug tests in hunting accidents.           
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 992  Universities and colleges; authorize to lease land for    Weathersby
        constructing facilities by private financing.          
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1015  Public construction projects; revise various provisions   Dedeaux
        relating to.                                           
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1119  School districts; revise requirements relating to         Brown
        financial audits and reporting (Gov.).                 
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1492  Bonds; authorize for railroad line improvements in        Lane
        certain counties and certain Department of Wildlife    
        projects.                                              
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1495  Bonds; issue state g.o. bonds for loans to pay certain    Watson
        costs related to the redevelopment of the King Edward  
        Hotel.                                                 
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1634  Bonds; authorize for various purposes and projects.       Watson
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  77  State tartan; designate official state symbol in          Zuber
        observance of National Tartan Day.                     
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  72  Company A 1-198th Armor Battalion of the 155th Brigade    Montgomery
        Combat Team; commend Pontotoc members.                 
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  76  Gautier High School Soccer Team; commend upon             Read
        phenomenal 2005-2006 season.                           
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  77  Mrs. Bertha Mae Payne; commend life and express           Perkins
        sympathy upon her passing.                             
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  79  Mr. Larry Charles "Apple Head" Jackson; commend life      Carlton
        and express sympathy upon his passing.                 
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  80  Purple Heart Recognition Day; recognize August 7, 2006,   Carlton
        as in Mississippi.                                     
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  83  Mr. E. Howard Eaton; commend life and legacy and          Stringer
        express sympathy upon his passing.                     
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  85  West Point School District employees; commend upon        Gibbs
        retirement.                                            
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  86  Gary Bailey; commend on the occasion of his 50th          Aldridge
        birthday.                                              
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  87  Leflore County School District employees; commend on      Perkins
        retirement.                                            
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  88  Margaret Binz; commend life of.                           Mayo
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  89  Mississippi Valley State University employees; commend    Perkins
        on retirement.                                         
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  90  St. Martin Boys Basketball Team; commend on outstanding   Guice
        2005-2006 season.                                      
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  91  St. Martin High School Lady Yellow Jackets; commend on    Guice
        outstanding season.                                    
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  92  Mrs. Anna P. Hurt; commend and congratulate upon          Zuber
        retirement from field of education.                    
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  93  Dale Earnhart Day; designate April 29, 2006, as.          Upshaw
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2075  Hunting; ensure lands will always be available to         Posey
        Mississippians for hunting.                            
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2400  Elected state officials; extend repealer on provision     Thames
        fixing annual salaries for.                            
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2947  State loan programs; authorize renegotiation of loans     Cuevas
        in 6 most southern counties.                           
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3005  Appropriation; Judicial Performance Comm.                 Gordon
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3006  Appropriation; Ethics Comm.                               Gordon
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3007  Appropriation; Finance & Admin. Consol.                   Gordon
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3008  Appropriation; Dept. of Audit.                            Gordon
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3009  Appropriation; Governor's Office and Mansion.             Gordon
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3010  Appropriation; Secretary of State.                        Gordon
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3011  Appropriation; Debt Service-Bank Ser. Charge.             Gordon
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3012  Appropriation; Treasurers Office.                         Gordon
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3013  Appropriation; Alcorn State-Agricultural Programs.        Gordon
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3014  Appropriation; IHL - MSU -Agriculture & Forestry Exp.     Gordon
        Station.                                               
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3015  Appropriation; IHL - MSU -Cooperative Extension           Gordon
        Service.                                               
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3016  Appropriation; Forest & Wildlife Research.                Gordon
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3017  Appropriation; College of Veterinary Medicine.            Gordon
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3096  Suffrage; restore to Damain James Moore.                  Albritton
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3097  Suffrage; restore to Charlie Ray Barfield.                White
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3104  Suffrage; restore to Mark Pickering.                      Chaney
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3118  Sales taxation; grant sales tax exemptions for certain    Robertson
        nonprofit organizations.                               
           03/31 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed



Senate: Introductions

SB3122  Bonds; increase the amount of bonds that may be issued    Robertson
        under the Economic Development Highway Act.            
           03/31 (S) Referred To Finance
SC 645  Recognize May 2, 2006, as World Asthma Day.               Burton
           03/31 (S) Referred To Rules



Senate: Committee Reports

SB3122  Bonds; increase the amount of bonds that may be issued    Robertson
        under the Economic Development Highway Act.            
           03/31 (S) Title Suff Do Pass
SC 645  Recognize May 2, 2006, as World Asthma Day.               Burton
           03/31 (S) Title Suff Do Be Adopted



Senate: Floor Actions

HB 100  Eminent Domain; restrict use of.                          Franks
           03/31 (S) Conference Report Adopted
HB1655  Suffrage; restore to Charles Johnson of Claiborne         Holloway
        County.                                                
           03/31 (S) Transmitted To House
HB1693  Funeral protest; prohibit desecration of military         Reynolds
        funerals and provide penalties for violations.         
           03/31 (S) Transmitted To House
SB2942  Bio-diesel fuel; create study committee.                  Lee (35th)
           03/31 (S) Conference Report Adopted
SB3121  TANF eligibility; clarify applicant job search            Nunnelee
        requirement.                                           
           03/31 (S) Concurred in Amend From House
SB3122  Bonds; increase the amount of bonds that may be issued    Robertson
        under the Economic Development Highway Act.            
           03/31 (S) Passed
           03/31 (S) Immediate Release
           03/31 (S) Transmitted To House
SC 645  Recognize May 2, 2006, as World Asthma Day.               Burton
           03/31 (S) Adopted
           03/31 (S) Immediate Release
           03/31 (S) Transmitted To House
SN   9  John Wesley Campbell, Starkville, Mississippi, Board of   GOVERNOR
        Barber Examiners, four-year term ending June 30, 2009, 
        representing Third Congressional District.             
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  10  Eloise Strain (Gee Gee) Patridge, Morgan City,            GOVERNOR
        Mississippi, Mississippi Business Finance Corporation  
        as a member associated with small business of Madison, 
        unexpired term ending March 31, 2009.                  
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  14  Dr. Michael David Allen, Starkville, Mississippi, Board   GOVERNOR
        of Chiropractic Examiners, five-year term ending April 
        20, 2010, representing Third Congressional District.   
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  21  Dr. Robert Lewis Smith, Jr., Hernando, Mississippi,       GOVERNOR
        State Board of Dental Examiners, six-year term ending  
        June 30, 2011, representing Dental District Two.       
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  22  Dr. James A. (Tony) Bounds, Ellisville, Mississippi,      GOVERNOR
        State Board of Dental Examiners, six-year term ending  
        June 30, 2011, representing Dental District Three.     
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  24  Albert Wynnfield (Al) Alexander, Wiggins, Mississippi,    GOVERNOR
        Mississippi Forestry Commission, unexpired term ending 
        June 30, 2009, representing Fourth Congressional       
        District.                                              
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  25  Robert Eugene (Bob) Cox, Maben, Mississippi,              GOVERNOR
        Mississippi Forestry Commission, unexpired term ending 
        June 30, 2008, representing Third Congressional        
        District, vice Conner Thompson.                        
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  29  Dr. Robert Lewis (Bob) Robinson, Iuka, Mississippi,       GOVERNOR
        Executive Director of the Division of Medicaid, serve  
        at will and pleasure of Governor effective October 1,  
        2005.                                                  
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  30  John Richard (Rick) Barry, Meridian, Mississippi, State   GOVERNOR
        Board of Mental Health, seven-year term ending June    
        30, 2012, representing Third Congressional District.   
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  31  James Lamar Cummins, Jr., Leland, Mississippi, Board of   GOVERNOR
        Directors of the Mississippi Institute for Forest      
        Inventory as a certified wildlife and fisheries        
        biologist, two-year term ending March 22, 2007.        
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  32  Catherine Carter Shropshire, Terry, Mississippi, Board    GOVERNOR
        of Directors of the Mississippi Institute for Forest   
        Inventory as a representative of an environmental      
        organization, one-year term ending March 22, 2006.     
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  33  Opal Grice Ezell, Brookhaven, Mississippi, Mississippi    GOVERNOR
        Board of Nursing as a licensed practical nurse,        
        unexpired  term ending June 30, 2007.                  
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  34  Sherry Dianne Harrison-Bell, Duck Hill, Mississippi,      GOVERNOR
        Mississippi Board of Nursing as a licensed practical   
        nurse, four-year term ending June 30, 2009.            
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  35  Rosemary D. Caraballo, Collins, Mississippi,              GOVERNOR
        Mississippi Board of Nursing as a licensed practical   
        nurse, four-year term ending June 30, 2009.            
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  36  Emma L. (Emily) Pharr, Gulfport, Mississippi,             GOVERNOR
        Mississippi Board of Nursing as a licensed practical   
        nurse, four-year term ending  June 30, 2009.           
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  37  Nadara L. Cole, Booneville, Mississippi, Mississippi      GOVERNOR
        Board of Nursing as a representative of consumer health
        services at-large, unexpired term ending June 30,      
        2007.                                                  
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  38  Audine Dewey (A. D.) Buffington, Pearl, Mississippi,      GOVERNOR
        State Board of Nursing Home Administrators as a        
        licensed and practicing nursing  home administrator,   
        four-year term  ending June 5, 2009, representing First
        Supreme Court District.                                
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  41  James Clifton (Ciff) Kelly, Mount Olive, Mississippi,     GOVERNOR
        State Board of Pharmacy, five-year term ending June 30,
        2010, representing Post Four (4).                      
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  44  Barbara B. (Barb) Martin, Clinton, Mississippi, Board     GOVERNOR
        of Examiners for Social Workers and Marriage and Family
        Therapists as a marriage and family therapist,         
        four-year term ending June 30, 2008.                   
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  50  Elma M. Portero, Laurel, Mississippi, Mississippi         GOVERNOR
        Leadership Council on Aging as a representative of     
        community volunteer councils on aging, term at will and
        pleasure of Governor.                                  
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  53  William Jackie (Jackie) Thompson, Hazlehurst,             GOVERNOR
        Mississippi, State Board of Pharmacy as an             
        institutional pharmacist, five-year term ending June   
        30, 2010, representing Post Six (6).                   
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  56  Phillip Wayne (Phil) Moore, Ridgeland, Mississippi,       GOVERNOR
        Motor Vehicle Commission, unexpired term ending July 1,
        2006, representing Third Congressional District, vice  
        Robert Rogers.                                         
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  57  Stella M. Johnson, Tupelo, Mississippi, Board of          GOVERNOR
        Examiners for Social Workers and Marriage and Family   
        Therapists as a social worker, unexpired term ending   
        June 30, 2007.                                         
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  58  Donna Vaughn Yowell, Madison, Mississippi, Mississippi    GOVERNOR
        Commission on the Status of Women, four-year term      
        ending June 30, 2009.                                  
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  61  Jabari O. (JB) Edwards, Columbus, Mississippi, Board of   GOVERNOR
        Directors of the Health Care Trust Fund and Health     
        Care Expendable Fund, unexpired term ending March 1,   
        2007, representing Third Congressional District, vice  
        Jeanette Self.                                         
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  64  Phillip Wayne (Phil) Moore, Ridgeland, Mississippi,       GOVERNOR
        Motor Vehicle Commission, seven-year term beginning    
        July 1, 2006 and ending June 30, 2013, representing    
        Third Congressional District.                          
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  67  Martin L. O'Neal, Perkinston, Mississippi, Board of       GOVERNOR
        Directors of the Mississippi Institute for Forest      
        Inventory as a Mississippi registered forester,        
        three-year term ending March 22, 2008.                 
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  69  Royce Stanton (Stan) King, Brookhaven, Mississippi,       GOVERNOR
        Motor Vehicle Commission, seven-year term ending June  
        30, 2012, representing Fourth Congressional District.  
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  71  Wilson Holmes Carroll, Jackson, Mississippi, Board of     GOVERNOR
        Directors of the Mississippi Institute for Forest      
        Inventory, four-year term ending March 22, 2009,       
        representing private nonindustrial landowners.         
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  80  David Charles Hudson, Kosciusko, Mississippi, State       GOVERNOR
        Board of Pharmacy, five-year term beginning July 1,    
        2006 and ending June 30, 2011, representing Post 3.    
           03/31 (S) Notified of Return
SN  81  Larry E. Homan, Fulton, Mississippi, Mississippi          GOVERNOR
        Forestry Commission, six-year term beginning July 1,   
        2006 and ending June 30, 2012, representing First      
        Congressional District as presently constituted.       
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  82  Adolphus B. (Dolph) Baker, Jackson, Mississippi, Egg      GOVERNOR
        Marketing Board as a member associated with egg        
        industry-related business or discipline, six-year term 
        ending May 15, 2011.                                   
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval
SN  94  Stephanie R. Bolin, Jackson, Mississippi, Mississippi     GOVERNOR
        Commission on the Status of Women as a current or      
        former food stamps recipient, four-year term ending    
        June 30, 2008.                                         
           03/31 (S) Notified of Approval



Senate: Measures That Have Died

HB1493  Harrison County; revise policies and procedures of the    Simpson
        Civil Service Commission for the sheriff's department. 
           03/31 (S) Died On Calendar
HB1619  Leake County; authorize to levy additional court costs    Malone
        for funding DARE program.                              
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
HB1622  City of Pearl; exclude certain concession stands from     Rogers (61st)
        the tax levied in the West Pearl Restaurant Tax        
        District.                                              
           03/31 (S) Died On Calendar
HB1654  Suffrage; restore to Henry P. Byrd of George County.      Parker
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
HB1656  Suffrage; restore to Robin Rushing of Coahoma County.     Mayo
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
HB1657  Suffrage; restore to William J. McCarty, Jr., of Hinds    Fleming
        County.                                                
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
HB1659  Tunica County; authorize to contribute funds to certain   Burnett
        organizations.                                         
           03/31 (S) Died On Calendar
HB1662  City of Baldwyn; Wheeler Sewer Utility District           Turner
        authorize agreements with term of not more than 35     
        years for sewer services.                              
           03/31 (S) Died On Calendar
HB1664  City of Cleveland; authorize to fix and collect fees      Coleman (29th)
        for mosquito and pest control.                         
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
HB1666  Suffrage; restore to Eddie W. Logan of Holmes County.     Clark
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
HB1668  Marshall County; authorize to contribute funds for        Gadd
        community service programs.                            
           03/31 (S) Died On Calendar
HB1669  Marshall County; authorize to expend funds to New Hope    Gadd
        Village.                                               
           03/31 (S) Died On Calendar
HB1670  Marshall County; authorize to contribute funds to         Gadd
        Headstart.                                             
           03/31 (S) Died On Calendar
HB1678  Lowndes County; authorize board of supervisors to make    Smith (39th)
        periodic contributions to the Institute for Community  
        Services.                                              
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
HB1679  City of Magee; issue revenue bonds to construct and       Rotenberry
        equip certain health care facilities.                  
           03/31 (S) Died On Calendar
HB1682  City of Gulfport; increase bonds issued for Memorial      Fredericks
        Hospital.                                              
           03/31 (S) Died On Calendar
HB1685  Tunica County Utility District; revise property upon      Burnett
        which assessments may be levied for payment of bonds.  
           03/31 (S) Died On Calendar
HB1689  Warren County; authorize contribution to Central          Flaggs
        Mississippi Prevention Services, Inc.                  
           03/31 (S) Died On Calendar
HB1690  Caledonia Natural Gas District; authorize to contribute   Chism
        matching funds for employees' contributions to         
        deferred comp.                                         
           03/31 (S) Died On Calendar
HB1691  Hancock County; authorize to revise distribution of       Compretta
        certain gaming fees and taxes.                         
           03/31 (S) Died On Calendar
HB1694  Town of Boyle; authorize to collect and fix fees.         Huddleston
           03/31 (S) Died On Calendar
HB1695  Hancock County; authorize to pay for health insurance     Compretta
        and retirement contributions for certain persons       
        performing county services.                            
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
HC  57  Ronald Reagan Day; recognize February 6, 2006, as in      Formby
        Mississippi.                                           
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
HC  66  Jodi Harris; commend and congratulate for being           Janus
        selected as Instructor of the Year.                    
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
HC  67  Marie Paslay; commend on being selected as Instructor     Janus
        of the Year at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community        
        College.                                               
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
HC  68  Dr. David Knowles; commend upon selection as Instructor   Janus
        of the Year.                                           
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
HC  74  Ports and harbors; urge President to review contracts     Mayo
        awarding management of to certain companies.           
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
HC  76  Suspend deadlines for introduction; clarify and revise    Broomfield
        laws regarding state port authority operating a state  
        port or harbor.                                        
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
HC  81  Medicaid; encourage division to implement pilot program   Morris
        to provide management of chronic obstructive pulmonary 
        disease.                                               
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
HC  88  St. Martin High School Lady Yellow Jackets; commend on    Guice
        outstanding season.                                    
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
HC  89  St. Martin Boys Basketball Team; commend on fine          Guice
        2005-2006 season.                                      
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
HC 102  Congress; urge to adopt Marriage Protection Amendment     Lott
        as amendment to the U.S. Constitution.                 
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
HC 120  Suspend deadlines for introduction; Leflore County;       Perkins
        authorize to impose tourism tax.                       
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SB2922  Informed consent for an abortion; require a sonogram      Nunnelee
        and auscultation of fetal heart tone.                  
           03/31 (S) Died In Conference
SB3080  Bonds; issue for the Building Fund for the Arts and the   Robertson
        Mississippi Museum of Art Fund.                        
           03/31 (S) Died In Conference
SB3094  City of Oxford; authorize construction and operation of   Tollison
        parking facilities and conveyance of air rights above  
        parking facilities.                                    
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SB3095  City of Vicksburg; authorize to adopt and enforce         Chaney
        building and design standards.                         
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SB3099  City of Vicksburg; authorize to contract for housing      Chaney
        municipal prisoners in facility in the State of        
        Louisiana.                                             
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SB3102  Lauderdale County; authorize the levy of an additional    Burton
        emergency telephone service charge.                    
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SB3103  City of Tupelo; authorize to erect automated traffic      Nunnelee
        signal enforcement devices in city limits.             
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SB3112  Suffrage; restore to Steve Thompson of Benton County.     Doxey
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SB3119  Hancock County; authorize to pay for health insurance     Cuevas
        and retirement contributions for certain persons       
        performing county services.                            
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 506  Mississippi residents boycott travel to Aruba; urge.      Wilemon
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 507  Mississippi residents boycott travel to Aruba; urge.      Carmichael
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 509  Study committee to study valuation and ad valorem         Doxey
        taxation of land used for agricultural purposes;       
        create.                                                
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 511  Illegal aliens; memorialize Congress to assist the        Kirby
        states.                                                
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 512  Joint Rules; require code amendments to show deleted      Hewes
        language.                                              
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 514  Urge Congress to amend bankruptcy law to waive new        Dawkins
        requirements for residents of MS, LA and AL affected by
        Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.                           
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 517  Increase federal funding for special education; urge      Harden
        Congress to.                                           
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 518  Taxation; joint committee to study state tax system.      Harden
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 523  Study Committee on a Statewide Building Code; create.     Chaney
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 548  Human cloning is against public policy; declare.          White
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 551  Commend Taiwan for its close economic ties with           Burton
        Mississippi and call for enactment of free trade       
        agreement.                                             
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 566  Request Congress to protect workers from union            White
        violence.                                              
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 567  Recognize "Ronald Reagan Day" in Mississippi.             White
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 568  Request Congress to protect intellectual and physical     White
        property rights.                                       
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 569  Request Congress to repeal excise tax on                  White
        telecommunications.                                    
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 570  Request Congress to give Defense Appropriations first     White
        priority.                                              
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 573  Request Congress to abolish the death tax.                White
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 574  Request MS Congressional Delegation to reform U.S. Tax    White
        Code.                                                  
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 575  Request Congress to enact President's Medical             White
        Malpractice Reform.                                    
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 576  Commend U.S. Senate on confirmation of Justice Samuel     White
        A. Alito, Jr.                                          
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 593  Express need for a Mississippi Seafood Industrial Park    Gollott
        and Working Waterfront.                                
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 597  Request Division of Medicaid to implement pilot program   Nunnelee
        for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).      
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 598  Request Division of Medicaid to develop and report on     Burton
        long-term and alternatives assessment procedures.      
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 611  Suspend rules to draft a bill to provide equipment        Robertson
        upgrade for Hurricane Katrina recovery program at      
        Stennis Space Center.                                  
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 621  Suspend rules for drafting, etc.; clarify authority of    Burton
        political parties to conduct primary elections.        
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 629  Suspend rules for drafting, etc., for a bill requiring    Chaney
        the State Tax Commission to determine receipts from    
        sales tax on food.                                     
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 632  Suspend rules to draft a bill to increase the cigarette   Chaney
        tax by 62 per pack and dedicate increase for certain  
        purposes.                                              
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 633  Suspend rules for drafting, etc; name the MS Department   Horhn
        of Employment Security Building for the late Clyde     
        Kennard.                                               
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 634  Designate April 29, 2006, as "Dale Earnhardt, Sr., Day    Posey
        in Mississippi."                                       
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SC 644  Suspend rules for drafting, etc; Economic Development     Robertson
        Highway Act; increase bonds issued under.              
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SN   4  William Malcolm (Billy) Mounger, III, Jackson,            LT. GOVERNOR
        Mississippi, Telecom Conference and Training Center    
        Commission, term begins immediately and concurrent with
        Lt. Governor.                                          
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SN  59  Michael Paul (Mike) Brown, Sr., Redwood, Mississippi,     GOVERNOR
        Mississippi Transportation Commission Appeals Board,   
        four-year term ending June 30, 2008.                   
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SR   1  Senate Rules; limit number of resolution presentations    Michel
        on the floor of the Senate.                            
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SR  13  Commend Catherine Stagg, Clinton "Teacher of the Year."   White
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SR  15  Broadcast proceedings of the Mississippi Senate on the    Flowers
        Internet; amend Senate Rules to provide for.           
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SR  30  Recognize "Links Day" at Mississippi State Capitol.       Frazier
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee
SR  57  Commend Senator Ed Morgan for leading Pledge of           Flowers
        Allegiance.                                            
           03/31 (S) Died In Committee



Senate: Signed By The President

HB 166  County superintendent of education; prohibit voters in    Mayo
        certain school districts from voting in election for.  
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 214  Curriculum choices; SDE design for students interested    Brown
        in direct entry into workforce.                        
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 298  Indigent Juvenile Appeals Resource Counsel; create        Flaggs
        position within Mississippi Office of Indigent Appeals.
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 308  Local school boards; authorize to make surplus            Brown
        textbooks available to parents of school age children  
        in the district.                                       
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 468  Distinctive license tag; authorize for various            Gunn
        purposes.                                   
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 560  Child death review panel; create.                         Holland
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 565  Homestead exemption; delete repealer on definition of     Warren
        "home"; extend time limit on exemption for persons     
        confined to institution for treatment.                 
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 632  Municipal expenditures; revise exemptions for purchases   Baker (74th)
        made during last quarter of last year of term for      
        governing authorities.                                 
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 744  Income Tax Credit for Port Facilities and Annual Impact   Warren
        Reports; extend repealer on.                           
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 803  Mississippi Council for Remote Sensing and Geographic     Franks
        Information; clarify membership.                       
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 905  District attorneys; provide additional assistants for     Watson
        certain circuit court districts.                       
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 929  Wildlife conservation officers; authorize to perform      Robinson (84th)
        alcohol and drug tests in hunting accidents.           
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB 992  Universities and colleges; authorize to lease land for    Weathersby
        constructing facilities by private financing.          
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1015  Public construction projects; revise various provisions   Dedeaux
        relating to.                                           
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1119  School districts; revise requirements relating to         Brown
        financial audits and reporting (Gov.).                 
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1492  Bonds; authorize for railroad line improvements in        Lane
        certain counties and certain Department of Wildlife    
        projects.                                              
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1495  Bonds; issue state g.o. bonds for loans to pay certain    Watson
        costs related to the redevelopment of the King Edward  
        Hotel.                                                 
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1531  Leflore County; authorize to impose tourism tax.          Perkins
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1551  Appropriation; Legislative Expense, Regular.              Flaggs
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1553  Appropriation; Attorney General - support.                Coleman (29th)
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1554  Appropriation; District Attorneys and staff.              Coleman (29th)
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1555  Appropriation; Supreme Court Services.                    Coleman (29th)
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1556  Appropriation; Office of Capital Defense Counsel.         Coleman (29th)
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1557  Appropriation; Office of Capital Post-Conviction          Coleman (29th)
        Counsel.                                               
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1558  Appropriation; Office of Indigent Appeals.                Coleman (29th)
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1559  Appropriation; State Department of Education - General    Brown
        Programs, Education Reform Act and Vocational          
        Education.                                             
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1560  Appropriation; Mississippi Authority for Educational      Brown
        Television.                                            
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1561  Appropriation; Library Commission.                        Brown
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1562  Appropriation; Department of Marine Resources.            Frierson
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1563  Appropriation; Governors Office - Division of Medicaid.   Holland
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1564  Appropriation; State Department of Health-support.        Holland
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1565  Appropriation; State Forestry Commission.                 Eaton
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1567  Appropriation; Soil and Water Conservation Commission.    Eaton
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1568  Appropriation; Department of Archives and History.        Peranich
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1569  Appropriation; Arts Commission.                           Peranich
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1570  Appropriation; Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and      Broomfield
        Parks.                                                 
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1571  Appropriation; Grand Gulf Military Monument Commission.   Broomfield
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1572  Appropriation; Department of Environmental Quality.       Broomfield
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1576  Appropriation; Department of Human                        Brown
        Services-Consolidated.                                 
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1577  Appropriation; Rehabilitation Services - Consolidated.    Brown
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1578  Appropriation; Board of Cosmetology.                      Read
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1587  Appropriation; Athletic Commission.                       Read
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1594  Appropriation; Yellow Creek State Inland Port             Read
        Authority.                                             
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1595  Appropriation; Coast Coliseum Commission.                 Read
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1598  Appropriation; Mississippi State Port Authority at        Read
        Gulfport.                                              
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1606  Appropriation; Department of Transportation.              Miles
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1634  Bonds; authorize for various purposes and projects.       Watson
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HB1696  Appropriation; Department of Public Safety for            Cummings
        correcting administrative error regarding employee's   
        salary.                                                
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  77  State tartan; designate official state symbol in          Zuber
        observance of National Tartan Day.                     
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  94  Coach Johnny Hill: commend for selection as head coach    Akins
        of Mississippi All-Star Football Team.                 
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 105  Philadelphia High School Lady Tornadoes; commend on       Bounds
        winning Class 2A Basketball Championship.              
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 106  McAdams High School Boys Basketball Team; commend on      Smith (27th)
        winning the Class 1A State Championship.               
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 107  Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.; commend legacy upon     Perkins
        centennial anniversary celebration.                    
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB2269  Interpreters; appointment for non-English speaking        Harden
        persons in court proceedings.                          
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3010  Appropriation; Secretary of State.                        Gordon
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3011  Appropriation; Debt Service-Bank Ser. Charge.             Gordon
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3017  Appropriation; College of Veterinary Medicine.            Gordon
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3018  Appropriation; Student Financial Aid.                     Gordon
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3019  Appropriation; IHL - General Support - Consol. -          Gordon
        Subsidiary.                                            
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3020  Appropriation; Univ. Med. Cen. - Consol.                  Gordon
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3021  Appropriation; IHL - General Support.                     Gordon
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3024  Appropriation; Gaming Commission.                         Gordon
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3026  Appropriation; Mississippi Development Authority.         Gordon
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3027  Appropriation; Personnel Bd.                              Gordon
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3028  Appropriation; Tax Commission.                            Gordon
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3035  Appropriation; Tenn-Tom Waterway Develop. Dist.           Gordon
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3038  Appropriation; Military Dept.- Support.                   Gordon
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SB3086  Local System Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation        Little
        Fund; issue bonds and revise appropriation requirement 
        for.                                                   
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 636  Commend the life of Afghanistan casualty Staff Sergeant   Kirby
        Christopher L. Robinson.                               
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 638  Suspend rules for introduction of bill making an          Little
        appropriation to the State Board of Chiropractic       
        Examiners for FY2007.                                  
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 639  Commend Southeast Lauderdale High School "Lady Tigers"    Carmichael
        Basketball Team; Class 3A State Champions.             
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 640  Recognize popularity of NASCAR and Dale Earnhardt, Sr.    Posey
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 641  Designate May 7-13, 2006, as "Goodwill Industries         Hewes
        Week."                                                 
           03/31 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed

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