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Present--Akins, Aldridge, Arinder, Bailey, Baker (8th), Baker (74th), Banks, Barnett, Beckett, Blackmon, Bondurant, Bounds, Broomfield, Brown, Buck, Burnett, Calhoun, Chism, Clark, Clarke, Cockerham, Coleman (29th), Coleman (65th), Compretta, Cummings, Davis, Dedeaux, Denny, Dickson, Eaton, Ellington, Ellis, Espy, Evans, Fillingane, Flaggs, Fleming, Formby, Franks, Fredericks, Frierson, Gadd, Gibbs, Gregory, Guice, Gunn, Hamilton (6th), Hamilton (109th), Harrison, Hines, Holland, Holloway, Horne, Howell, Huddleston, Hudson, Ishee, Janus, Jennings, Johnson, Lane, Lott, Malone, Markham, Martinson, Masterson, Mayhall, Mayo, McBride, Middleton, Miles, Mims, Moak, Montgomery, Moore, Morgan, Moss, Myers, Nicholson, Norquist, Palazzo, Parker, Patterson, Peranich, Perkins, Read, Reed, Reeves, Reynolds, Robinson (84th), Robinson (63rd), Rogers (14th), Rogers (61st), Rotenberry, Scott, Shows, Simpson, Smith (59th), Smith (27th), Smith (39th), Snowden, Staples, Straughter, Stringer, Sullivan, Thomas, Turner, Upshaw, Vince, Ward, Walley, Warren, Watson, Weathersby, Wells-Smith, Whittington, Woods, Young, Zuber, Mr. Speaker. Total--120.
Present--Albritton, Brown, Browning, Bryan, Burton, Butler, Carmichael, Chaney, Chassaniol, Clarke, Cuevas, Davis, Dawkins, Dearing, Doxey, Fillingane, Flowers, Frazier, Gollott, Gordon, Harden, Hewes, Horhn, Hyde-Smith, Jackson G. (15th), Jackson R. (11th), Jackson S. (32nd), Jordan, King, Kirby, Lee P. (35th), Lee E. (47th), Mettetal, Michel, Moffatt, Morgan, Nunnelee, Pickering, Posey, Robertson, Ross, Simmons, Thames, Thomas, Tollison, Turner, Walley, Walls, White, Wilemon, Williamson. Total--51.
HC 35 Truett Robertson; commend upon retirement from Bounds Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks. 01/22 (H) Referred To Rules HC 36 Destination camping resort areas; establish legislative Robinson (84th) joint study committee to determine feasibility of. 01/22 (H) Referred To Rules HC 37 Workers Memorial Day; recognize observance on April 28, Evans 2007. 01/22 (H) Referred To Rules HC 38 Mayor Sheriel Perkins; commend as first African Perkins American and first female Mayor of Greenwood, Mississippi. 01/22 (H) Referred To Rules HR 13 State of Mississippi; commend on having the nation's Dickson largest elected body of African American officers. 01/22 (H) Referred To Rules HR 14 Pledge of Allegiance; request the House of Snowden Representatives of the State of Mississippi to recite daily. 01/22 (H) Referred To Rules HR 15 Law enforcement officers and fire fighters; create Robinson (84th) House study committee to address loss of income due to job-related injuries. 01/22 (H) Referred To Rules
HB1099 State parks; donate and convey Nanih Waiya State Park Bounds and Mound to Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians. 01/22 (H) DR - TSDP: WI To TR HB1492 State parks; Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks may lease McBride certain lands for commercial/residential development. 01/22 (H) DR - TSDP: WI To AP
HB1105 Joint Study Committee for a state civil rights museum; Reeves extend existence. 01/22 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Comm Sub HB1224 Private security regulation; create study committee. Compretta 01/22 (H) Title Suff Do Pass HR 13 State of Mississippi; commend on having the nation's Dickson largest elected body of African American officers. 01/22 (H) Title Suff Do Be Adopted
HB 642 Expunction; provide for certain crimes. Moak 01/22 (H) Passed HB 732 Mississippi Healthy Students Act; enact. Reeves 01/22 (H) Committee Substitute Adopted 01/22 (H) Amendment Failed 01/22 (H) Passed HB 770 Mississippi Public Defenders Task Force; extend Warren repealer and revise membership. 01/22 (H) Committee Substitute Adopted 01/22 (H) Amended 01/22 (H) Passed As Amended HB 822 Mississippi Bar; extend repealer (RP). Blackmon 01/22 (H) Passed HB 882 Weapons; revise penalties for felons possessing and for Franks carrying concealed (AG). 01/22 (H) Passed 01/22 (H) Motion to Reconsider Entered HB 989 Department of Marine Resources; authorize to purchase Frierson property damage insurance on equipment. 01/22 (H) Passed HB 990 Live bait shrimp; allow dealers to be located inland Frierson within the three coastal counties. 01/22 (H) Passed HB1048 Pro bono requirement; exempt elected officials and Banks government attorneys. 01/22 (H) Passed HB1176 Practice of engineering; revise definition. Blackmon 01/22 (H) Passed
SB3079 Bonds; increase amount for cooperative data center and Robertson building to house MDITS & revise for Marine Resources. 01/22 (S) Referred To Finance SB3080 Bonds; issue general obligation bonds to improve Duncan Dearing Park Golf Course in Natchez. 01/22 (S) Referred To Finance SB3081 City of Vicksburg; increase minimum benefits under Chaney Disability and Relief Fund for Firemen and Policemen. 01/22 (S) Referred To Local and Private;Finance SB3082 Contractor's tax; do not levy on amounts in contracts Fillingane for payment of the tax. 01/22 (S) Referred To Finance SB3083 Suffrage; restore to Howard "Butch" Newcomb. Wilemon 01/22 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division B SB3084 City of Vicksburg; allow to house prisoners in Chaney Louisiana. 01/22 (S) Referred To Local and Private SC 552 Commend Delta State University Head Football Coach Rick Dearing Rhodes. 01/22 (S) Referred To Rules SN 62 Trudy Dell Fisher, Brandon, Mississippi, Executive GOVERNOR Director of the Department of Environmental Quality, term effective January 1, 2007 to serve at will and pleasure of Governor. 01/22 (S) Referred To Environment Prot, Cons and Water Res SN 63 Dr. Virginia M. Crawford, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, GOVERNOR Mississippi Board of Medical Licensure, six-year term beginning July 1, 2006 and ending June 30, 2012, representing the Second Supreme Court District. 01/22 (S) Referred To Public Health and Welfare
SB2343 Commissioner of Banking; require fingerprints for Mettetal suitability of employment with department. 01/22 (S) DR - TSDP: BF To JB SB2350 MS Mortgage Consumer Protection Law; extend repealer Mettetal and make various amendments. 01/22 (S) DR - TSDPCS: BF To JB SB2746 Public Accountancy Board; provide minimum ownership Clarke requirements for CPA firms, authorize civil penalty. 01/22 (S) DR - TSDP: BF To JB
SB2117 Military personnel; professional license shall not King expire while on federal active duty. 01/22 (S) Title Suff Do Pass SB2321 Trust institutions; Banking Commissioner may examine Mettetal companies suspected of conducting business as. 01/22 (S) Title Suff Do Pass SB2577 Factory-Built Homes Law; define "modular home Kirby contractor" and provide license fee. 01/22 (S) Title Suff Do Pass SB2682 Title Pledge Act; remove repealer on provision Mettetal authorizing audit of licensees. 01/22 (S) Title Suff Do Pass SB2683 Residential Builders/Remodeling Law; make various Mettetal amendments to. 01/22 (S) Title Suff Do Pass Comm Sub SB2830 Public funds depositories; deposits meet FDIC Mettetal requirements if made upon certain conditions. 01/22 (S) Title Suff Do Pass SB2940 Sale of checks law; delete repealer on provision Mettetal authorizing commissioner to audit licensees. 01/22 (S) Title Suff Do Pass SB3034 Security freeze; require consumer reporting agencies to Mettetal place in file upon request by certain consumers. 01/22 (S) Title Suff Do Pass
HB 296 Unemployment compensation; increase benefits. Moss 01/22 (S) Referred To Labor HB 405 Bolivar County Regional Facility inmate drug and Malone alcohol program; extend repealer (RP). 01/22 (S) Referred To Corrections HB 555 State Board of Health and State Department of Health; Warren extend repealer (RP). 01/22 (S) Referred To Public Health and Welfare HB 603 Alcoholic beverages; manufacturer may have financial Moak interest in retail permittee serving alcohol under limited conditions. 01/22 (S) Referred To Finance HB 801 Poll worker training; increased hours may be Reynolds compensated. 01/22 (S) Referred To County Affairs;Fees, Salaries and Administration
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