MISSISSIPPI LEGISLATURE

REGULAR SESSION 2019

47th LEGISLATIVE DAY

MARCH 22, 2019

74th CALENDAR DAY

HOUSE CALENDAR

IN CONFERENCE - APPROPRIATIONS

1.

H. B. No. 1618:

Appropriation; Public Employees' Retirement System.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Huddleston, Massengill
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


2.

H. B. No. 1622:

Appropriation; Psychology, Board of.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Huddleston, Clark
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


3.

H. B. No. 1624:

Appropriation; Medical Licensure, Board of.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Huddleston, Ladner
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


4.

H. B. No. 1633:

Appropriation; Legislative expenses.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Snowden, Bennett
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


5.

H. B. No. 1634:

Appropriation; Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and trial judges services.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Snowden, Beckett
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


6.

H. B. No. 1635:

Appropriation; Attorney General.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Snowden, Beckett
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


7.

H. B. No. 1636:

Appropriation; District attorneys and staff.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Snowden, Beckett
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


8.

H. B. No. 1637:

Appropriation; State Public Defender, Office of.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Snowden, Watson
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


9.

H. B. No. 1638:

Appropriation; Capital Post-Conviction Counsel, Office of.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Snowden, Watson
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


10.

H. B. No. 1639:

Appropriation; Insurance, Department of.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Snowden, Hines
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


11.

H. B. No. 1640:

Appropriation; Fire Academy.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Snowden, Hines
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


12.

H. B. No. 1641:

Appropriation; Public Service Commission.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Cockerham, Hines
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


13.

H. B. No. 1642:

Appropriation; Public Utilities Staff.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Cockerham, Holland
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


14.

H. B. No. 1643:

Appropriation; Education, Department of.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Bennett, Eure
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


15.

H. B. No. 1644:

Appropriation; Library Commission.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Bennett, Eure
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


16.

H. B. No. 1645:

Appropriation; Educational Television, Authority for.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Bennett, Eure
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


17.

H. B. No. 1646:

Appropriation; Archives and History, Department of.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Bennett, Eure
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


18.

H. B. No. 1647:

Appropriation; Arts Commission.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Bennett, Eure
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


19.

H. B. No. 1648:

Appropriation; Transportation, Department of.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Busby, Massengill
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


20.

H. B. No. 1649:

Appropriation; Health, Department of.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Mims, Bounds
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


21.

H. B. No. 1650:

Appropriation; Medicaid, Division of.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Mims, White
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


22.

H. B. No. 1651:

Appropriation; Rehabilitation Services, Department of.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Mims, Bounds
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


23.

H. B. No. 1652:

Appropriation; Human Services, Department of.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Mims, Beckett
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


24.

H. B. No. 1653:

Appropriation; Forestry Commission.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Sullivan, Pigott
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


25.

H. B. No. 1654:

Appropriation; Soil and Water Conservation Commission.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Sullivan, Pigott
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


26.

H. B. No. 1656:

Appropriation; Marine Resources, Department of.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Eure, Ladner
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


27.

H. B. No. 1657:

Appropriation; Environmental Quality, Department of.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Bounds, Beckett
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


28.

H. B. No. 1658:

Appropriation; Grand Gulf Military Monument Commission.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Bounds, Beckett
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


29.

H. B. No. 1659:

Appropriation; Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, Department of.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Bounds, Beckett
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


30.

H. B. No. 1660:

Appropriation; Oil and Gas Board.
HOUSE CONFEREES:
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


31.

H. B. No. 1667:

Appropriation; additional for various state agencies for Fiscal Year 2019.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Cockerham, Huddleston
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


IN CONFERENCE APPROPRIATIONS - GENERAL BILLS

1.

H. B. No. 740:

MS State Oil and Gas Board; remove from the provisions of the MS Budget Transparency and Simplification Act.
(Appropriations)
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Bounds, Staples
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


2.

H. B. No. 980:

Agencies; delete provision that contractual obligations of shall be considered as incurred in fiscal period to be paid.
(Appropriations)
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Huddleston, Denny
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


3.

H. B. No. 981:

Budget process; bring forward various sections relating to.
(Appropriations)
HOUSE CONFEREES: Read, Cockerham, Huddleston
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


IN CONFERENCE - WAYS AND MEANS

1.

H. B. No. 1307:

Land sold for nonpayment of ad valorem taxes; sale is voidable at option of owner if chancery clerk fails to send required notice.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Smith, Lamar, Barton
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


2.

H. B. No. 1456:

Ad valorem tax; revise certain provisions regarding the determination of true value of land used for agricultural purposes.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Smith, Lamar, Hood
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


3.

H. B. No. 1613:
  (3/5)(R)

Children's Promise Act; create.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Smith, Lamar, Baker
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


4.

H. B. No. 1674:
  (3/5)(R)

Bonds; authorize issuance for various purposes.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Smith, Lamar, White
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


5.

H. B. No. 1690:
  (3/5)(R)

Income tax; provide for method of apportioning income for certain freight forwarding businesses.
HOUSE CONFEREES: Smith, Lamar, Powell
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


IN CONFERENCE - GENERAL BILLS

1.

H. B. No. 150:

Mississippi Dyslexia Forgivable Loan Program; clarify type of service committee to qualify for.
(Education) (Appropriations)
HOUSE CONFEREES: Bennett, Byrd, Roberson
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


2.

H. B. No. 444:
  (3/5)
  (Filed 3/21)

Windstorm Underwriting Association; authorize to levy recoupable and nonrecoupable assessments.
(Insurance) (Appropriations)
HOUSE CONFEREES: Chism, Hines, Read
SENATE CONFEREES: Polk, Blackwell, Clarke

 


3.

H. B. No. 578:

Teacher and administrator licenses; clarify grounds for disciplinary action and reinstatement.
(Education)
HOUSE CONFEREES: Bennett, Barton, Cockerham
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


4.

H. B. No. 698:

Construction contracts; allow public entities to allocate additional funds to project budget.
(Public Property)
HOUSE CONFEREES: Weathersby, Holloway, Sullivan
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


5.

H. B. No. 779:

Emergency Road and Bridge Repair Fund; revise provisions regarding expenditure.
(Transportation)
HOUSE CONFEREES: Busby, Barton, Byrd
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


6.

H. B. No. 904:

Third Circuit Court District; remove residency requirements for judicial office.
(Judiciary A)
HOUSE CONFEREES: Baker, Beckett, Reynolds
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


7.

H. B. No. 961:

Department of Mental Health; authorize to transfer and convey certain real property to Board of Supervisors of Tate County, MS.
(Public Property)
HOUSE CONFEREES: Weathersby, Mettetal, Hale
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


8.

H. B. No. 1247:

Community college districts boards of trustees; remove requirement for automatic appointment of county superintendent of education to serve on.
(Education)
HOUSE CONFEREES: Bennett, Roberson, DeLano
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


9.

H. B. No. 1249:

Group health insurance; allow local governing authorities to pay employee's benefits for dependents.
(County Affairs)
HOUSE CONFEREES: Byrd, Bennett, Reynolds
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


10.

H. B. No. 1352:
  (3/5)

Criminal Justice Reform Act; create.
(Judiciary B)
HOUSE CONFEREES: Cockerham, White, Hood
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


11.

H. B. No. 1363:

Mississippi Railroad Improvements Fund; revise to provide that grants are for short line railroads.
(Transportation)
HOUSE CONFEREES: Busby, Steverson, Massengill
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


12.

H. B. No. 1375:

Wills; revise the procedures that regulate administration of.
(Judiciary A)
HOUSE CONFEREES: Baker, Roberson, Reynolds
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


13.

H. B. No. 1445:

Implied Consent Law Violation Assessments; increase general fund of.
(Judiciary B)
HOUSE CONFEREES: Cockerham, Zuber, Burnett
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


14.

H. B. No. 1547:

Controlled substances; revise Schedules I, II, and V.
(Drug Policy)
HOUSE CONFEREES: Willis, Hood, Horan
SENATE CONFEREES:

 


FOR CONCURRENCE OR NONCONCURRENCE

1.

H. B. No. 757:
  (3/5)

MS Comprehensive Workforce Training and Education Act; codify and extend repealers to 2026.
(Workforce Development)

 


RULES

1.

H. R. No. 113:

Heritage Academy Boys Basketball Team; commend for winning 2019 MAIS Class 3A State Basketball Championship and Overall Tournament Championship.
(Rules)

3/21


2.

H. R. No. 118:

Madelyn Sloan Berry; commend upon being named the U. W. winner of the Royal Commonwealth Essay Competition.
(Rules)

3/21


3.

H. R. No. 119:

Frank Blunston; commend life and career of dedication and service.
(Rules)

3/21


4.

H. R. No. 121:

Kim Rodgers; commend for his invaluable service to the Mississippi Independent Pharmacies Association.
(Rules)

3/21


5.

H. R. No. 124:

Senator Thomas A. "Tommy" Gollott; commend distinguished legislative career and public service upon the occasion of his retirement.
(Rules)

3/21


6.

H. R. No. 125:

Coach James Crain; commend for outstanding basketball coaching career.
(Rules)

3/21


7.

H. R. No. 126:

Simpson Academy Girls Basketball Team; commend upon winning 2019 MAIS Class AAAA Division II State Championship.
(Rules)

3/21


8.

H. R. No. 127:

Dr. Eddie A. Holloway; commend upon his retirement as Dean of Students for the University of Southern Mississippi.
(Rules)

3/21


9.

H. R. No. 128:

Coach Cameron Achord; commend for being named assistant coordinator for special teams for the New England Patriots.
(Rules)

3/21


10.

H. R. No. 129:

Presbyterian Christian School Boys Cross Country Team; commend for winning 2018 MAIS AAAA State Championship.
(Rules)

3/21


11.

H. R. No. 130:

Donna Dill; commend upon her retirement as Tishomingo County Circuit Clerk.
(Rules)

3/21


12.

H. R. No. 131:

Silver Bullet club; commend for its many impressive community contributions in the Tallahatchie County community.
(Rules)

3/21


13.

H. R. No. 132:

Presbyterian Christian High School Boys Track Team; commend for winning 2018 MAIS Class 4A State Championship.
(Rules)

3/21


14.

H. R. No. 133:

Honorable Adrienne Wooten; commend distinguished legislative career and congratulate upon election to the bench.
(Rules)

3/21


15.

H. R. No. 134:

Representative Willie James Perkins, Sr.; commend distinguished legislative career and congratulate on election as chancellor.
(Rules)

3/21


16.

H. R. No. 135:

Representative Preston E. Sullivan; commend for outstanding legislative career upon his retirement.
(Rules)

3/21


17.

S.C.R. No. 649:

Recognize Mississippi Excellence in Education Awards recipients from George County.
(Rules)

3/21


18.

S.C.R. No. 650:

Commend Kossuth High School "Aggies" and "Lady Aggies" Bowling Teams for winning Class 1 State Bowling Championship.
(Rules)

3/21


19.

S.C.R. No. 651:

Commend law enforcement service of Leake County Sheriff Greg Waggoner on his retirement.
(Rules)

3/21


20.

S.C.R. No. 653:

Recognize civic contributions and journalism excellence of WTVA 9 Tupelo News Anchor Tanya Carter.
(Rules)

3/21


21.

S.C.R. No. 654:

Commend Kossuth FFA Senior Livestock Judging Team for winning State Championship and representing Mississippi in Nationals.
(Rules)

3/21


22.

S.C.R. No. 655:

Recognize outstanding academic and administrative career of former JSU Provost Dr. Mark G. Hardy, Sr.
(Rules)

3/21


23.

S.C.R. No. 657:

Commend Hartfield Academy "Hawks" Girls Volleyball Team for winning MAIS State Championship.
(Rules)

3/21


24.

S.C.R. No. 658:

Recognizing the lasting legacy of Senator Tommy Gollott who is the longest-serving state lawmaker in Mississippi history.
(Rules)

3/21


25.

S.C.R. No. 659:

Commend Tate Reeves for his service as President of the Mississippi Senate.
(Rules)

3/21


26.

S.C.R. No. 660:

Commend service of Governor Phil Bryant.
(Rules)

3/21


27.

S.C.R. No. 661:

Commend Barbara Westerfield on her retirement as Director of Student Records and Registrar at UMMC.
(Rules)

3/21


28.

S.C.R. No. 662:

Commend life of Dr. John Neihof, Jr., past President of Wesley Biblical Seminary.
(Rules)

3/21


GENERAL

1.

H. B. No. 281:
  (2/3)

Suffrage; restore to Larry Braddock of Lowndes County.
(Judiciary B)

3/21


2.

H. B. No. 602:
  (2/3)

Suffrage; restore to James Vaughn of Tunica County.
(Judiciary B)

3/21


3.

H. B. No. 1009:
  (2/3)

Suffrage; restore to Catina Faulkner Taylor of Marshall County.
(Judiciary B)

3/21


4.

H. B. No. 1676:
  (2/3)

Suffrage; restore to Kathy Whitten Huling of Itawamba County.
(Judiciary B)

3/21


5.

H. B. No. 1692:
  (2/3)

Suffrage; restore to Anthony Leroy Wallace of Harrison County.
(Judiciary B)

3/21


6.

H. B. No. 1693:
  (2/3)

Suffrage; restore to Shannon B. Oatis of Harrison County.
(Judiciary B)

3/21


7.

H. B. No. 1713:
  (2/3)

Suffrage; restore to Dexter Lee Foster of Lee County.
(Judiciary B)

3/21


8.

H. B. No. 1722:
  (2/3)

Suffrage; restore to Jimmie Joseph Webb, Jr., of Harrison County.
(Judiciary B)

3/21


9.

H. B. No. 1725:
  (2/3)

Suffrage; restore to Miko Butler of Pike County.
(Judiciary B)

3/21


10.

H. B. No. 1728:
  (2/3)

Suffrage; restore to Christopher Mathis of Tippah County.
(Judiciary B)

3/21


11.

H. B. No. 1729:
  (2/3)

Suffrage; restore to Billy Gene Barnes of Tippah County.
(Judiciary B)

3/21


12.

H. B. No. 1746:
  (2/3)

Suffrage; restore to Donna Kaye Taylor of Panola County.
(Judiciary B)

3/21


13.

H. B. No. 1747:
  (2/3)

Suffrage; restore to Phillip L. Sterling of Lincoln County.
(Judiciary B)

3/21


14.

H. B. No. 1748:
  (2/3)

Suffrage; restore to Stanley Love of Tunica County.
(Judiciary B)

3/21


15.

H. B. No. 1749:
  (2/3)

Suffrage; restore to Dorothy Jones of Amite County.
(Judiciary B)

3/21


16.

H. B. No. 1751:

Suffrage; restore to Charles Frank Holloway, Jr. of Copiah County.
(Judiciary B)

3/21


17.

H. B. No. 1752:
  (2/3)

Suffrage; restore to Patrick J. Fick.
(Judiciary B)

3/21


LOCAL AND PRIVATE

1.

H. B. No. 1734:

Greene County; authorize to construct or acquire a county jail anywhere in county after voter approval.

3/19


2.

S. B. No. 2988:
  (3/5)

City of Flowood; extend repeal date on hotel and motel tax that may be imposed for construction of a convention center.

3/21


3.

S. B. No. 3074:

City of Pascagoula; reenact the hotel, motel and bed-and-breakfast tax, and extend the repeal date to July 1, 2023.

3/21


4.

S. B. No. 3099:

Coahoma County; authorize reserve and trust fund trustees to use certain amount to supplement county general fund.

3/21


5.

S. B. No. 3100:
  (2/3)

Marshall County; authorize board of supervisors to contribute to Bishop Houck New Hope Village.

3/21


6.

S. B. No. 3101:
  (2/3)

Marshall County; authorize board of supervisors to contribute to ARISE2Read literacy program.

3/21


7.

S. B. No. 2994:

Walnut Grove; authorize correctional facility to house prisoners who have been classified to any custody level.

3/21



SUPPLEMENT 1

RULES

1.

H.C.R. No. 96:

Chief Lee Vance; commend dedicated and meritorious career upon his retirement.
(Rules)

3/22


2.

H.C.R. No. 97:

Mrs. Essie Mae Buckner; commend the life and legacy upon the passing of.
(Rules)

3/22


3.

H.C.R. No. 98:

Dr. Beverly Wade Hogan; commend service upon her retirement as President of Tougaloo College.
(Rules)

3/22


4.

H.C.R. No. 99:

Senator Thomas A. "Tommy" Gollott; commend distinguished legislative career and public service upon the occasion of his retirement.
(Rules)

3/22