Mississippi Legislature
2001 Regular Session


As of 04/25/01 at 09:43

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HB 332  Motor vehicle; unlawful to ride in portion not designed   Martinson
        for passengers.                                        
           01/30 (H) Died In Committee
HB 917  Four-lane roadways; trucks to be driven in right-hand     Zuber
           01/30 (H) Died In Committee
HB1087  Vehicles hauling sand, dirt, gravel or rock; load not     Lott
        to extend more than certain height.                    
           01/30 (H) Died In Committee
HB1121  White lights; authorize use on rear of vehicle if         Compretta
 *      manufacturer meets certain design requirements.        
           03/26 (H) Died In Conference
HB1277  Highway weight restrictions; exempt rear axle of          Robinson (84th)
        knuckle boom log loaders from tire loading limitations.
           03/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1409  Vehicles with projecting loads; clarify provisions        Compretta *
 *      relating to operation at night (MDOT).                 
           03/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1636  Sales tax; exempt all sales of tractors or farm           Stringer
  $%    implements when sold by farmers.                       
           02/21 (H) Died In Committee
SB2368  Trucks; prohibit riding in open cargo area.               White (29th)
           01/30 (S) Died In Committee
SB2418  Motor Carrier Regulatory Law; transfer from PSC to        Dearing *
   %    MDOT.                                                  
           01/30 (S) Died In Committee
SB2428  Sideboards; prohibit use of while carrying loads of       Dearing *
        sand, dirt, gravel or rock.                            
           01/30 (S) Died In Committee
SB2737  Motor vehicle lighting; allow white lights that           Dearing
 *      illuminate the rear of the vehicle under certain       
           04/07 Approved by Governor
SB2740  Vehicles with projecting loads; clarify provisions        Dearing *
 *      relating to operation at night.                        
           04/07 Approved by Governor

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