Mississippi Legislature
2002 Regular Session

Senator David Jordan

District 24

As of 01/08/03 at 08:45

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SB2083  Use of false fingernails by restaurant employees;         Jordan
   %    direct State Board of Health to adopt regulations      
           02/05 (S) Died In Committee
SB2116  Federal highway funds; provide for allocation of TEA-21   Dickerson
 *      funds.                                                 
           03/05 (H) Died In Committee
SB2249  Physical education classes K-9; express legislative       Harden
 *      intent.                                                
           04/11 Approved by Governor
SB2258  PERS; retired members may serve in county or municipal    Jordan
        elected office and receive retirement under certain    
           02/05 (S) Died In Committee
SB2270  Motor vehicles; clarify distribution of privilege tax.    Jordan
   %       02/05 (S) Died In Committee
SB2272  Bonds; issue for Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund   Jordan
  $%    & Local Governments & Rural Water Systems Improvements 
        Revolving Loan Fund.                                   
           02/27 (S) Died In Committee
SB2291  CAP loans; revise permitted purposes.                     Jordan
           02/05 (S) Died In Committee
SB2292  Insurance coverage for minimum amount of post-surgical    Jordan
        care for mastectomies; require.                        
           02/05 (S) Died In Committee
SB2293  Travel; reimburse city and county at federal rate.        Jordan
           02/05 (S) Died In Committee
SB2321  Display of United States flag and daily Pledge of         Little
 *      Allegiance; require in all public school classrooms.   
           03/20 Approved by Governor
SB2345  Catfish; revise labeling requirements and require         Huggins
 *      Public Health Department to regulate restaurants.      
           04/01 Approved by Governor
SB2370  Nontraditional teacher preparation and licensure;         Harden
 * %    provide for and qualify for scholarship incentive      
           04/11 Approved by Governor
SB2372  Mississippi Highway 42; designate a segment in Forrest    King
        County as the "Evelyn Gandy Parkway."                  
           03/05 (H) Died In Committee
SB2378  Catfish; revise labeling laws.                            Stogner
           02/05 (S) Died In Committee
SB2387  "MHOPE" scholarship program; establish study committee    Michel
           03/05 (H) Died In Committee
SB2404  Traffic signals; allow video evidence of running a red    Jordan
           02/05 (S) Died In Committee
SB2417  Copyrighted musical composition; prohibit providing,      Smith
 *      publishing or selling without consent of the owner.    
           03/15 (H) Died On Calendar
SB2421  Law enforcement officers; allow municipal police to       Jordan
        serve warrants outside city limits.                    
           02/05 (S) Died In Committee
SB2427  Municipalities; revise qualifying deadline for special    Jordan
           02/05 (S) Died In Committee
SB2531  911 service districts; allow municipalities to create.    Jordan
   %       02/05 (S) Died In Committee
SB2542  Yazoo-Mississippi Delta Levee Board; revise per diem      Thames
 *      paid to board members.                                 
           04/11 Approved by Governor
SB2545  Bombs; clarify threat, revise prohibition.                Jordan
           02/05 (S) Died In Committee
SB2547  Taxation; create a task force to study.                   Jordan
           02/05 (S) Died In Committee
SB2578  Highway program; revise the manner in which certain       Dearing
 *      highway projects are prioritized.                      
           03/05 (H) Died In Committee
SB2586  PERS; make certain technical revisions to laws            Thames
        governing the retirement system.                       
           02/07 (S) Died In Committee
SB2661  Law enforcement officers, fire fighters; revise death     Little
        benefits of when killed in line of duty.               
           03/18 Approved by Governor
SB2704  Hospitality station in Coahoma County; designate as       Jordan
        "Delma Furniss Hospitality Station".                   
           02/05 (S) Died In Committee
SB2705  Legal holiday; provide that Juneteenth National Freedom   Jordan
        Day be declared a legal holiday.                       
           02/05 (S) Died In Committee
SB2759  Gang behavior; continue existence of joint committee to   Jordan
           02/05 (S) Died In Committee
SB2772  Pregnancy-related assistance under CHIPS Program;         Dawkins
        authorize in accordance with federal Mothers and       
        Newborns Health Insurance Act.                         
           02/05 (S) Died In Committee
SB2915  Cellular phone; preemption of regulation of inattentive   Jordan
        driving and use of.                                    
           03/05 (H) Died In Committee
SB2921  Municipal liens for cleaning; may be waived for           Jordan
 *      blighted property.                                     
           03/18 Approved by Governor
SB2922  Forestry; create Forestry Inventory and Strategic         Little
 *      Planning Act of 2002.                                  
           04/11 Approved by Governor
SB2923  Automobile liability insurance; authorize municipal       Jordan
        court cost.                                            
           02/05 (S) Died In Committee
SB2924  Tax sale of land; revise settlement of excess.            Jordan
           02/05 (S) Died In Committee
SB2925  Municipal Crime Prevention Fund; extend repealer.         Jordan
           03/18 Approved by Governor
SB2926  Municipalities; authorize official travel on state        Jordan
           02/05 (S) Died In Committee
SB3099  Reappropriation; State Dept. of Education for textbooks   Little
        & classroom supplies; FY2003.                          
           03/19 (H) Died In Committee
SB3110  Taxation; reduce certain credits and exemptions by 50%    Blackmon
  $%    and require resulting revenue to be used for certain   
           02/27 (S) Died In Committee
SB3185  Sales tax; authorize special municipal sales tax to       Jordan
  $%    fund certain capital projects.                         
           02/27 (S) Died In Committee
SB3187  Ad valorem tax exemption; allow for property totally      Browning
 *$%    destroyed by a tornado during the 2001 calendar year.  
           04/08 Approved by Governor
SB3190  City of Greenwood; may purchase and improve railroad      Jordan
 * %    property and facilities and issue bonds for such       
           04/09 Approved by Governor
SB3195  Suffrage; restore to Richard O'Bryant.                    Jordan
           04/11 Approved by Governor
SB3198  Appropriation; Department of Education for Minimum        Little
 *      Program, additional for FY2002.                        
           04/09 Approved by Governor
SC 503  Former Senator Clyde Woodfield; commend life and          Gollott
        express sympathy of the Legislature.                   
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 506  Former State Senate President Pro Tempore Glen Deweese;   Little
        commend life and express sympathy of Legislature.      
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 508  Former State Senator Sam Wright; commend life and         White (29th)
        express sympathy of Legislature.                       
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 514  Deputy State Commissioner Lester Herrington; commend      Minor
        career of public service.                              
           02/07 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 522  Appointments to IHL to be from new Mississippi            Little
 *      congressional districts; amend Constitution to provide 
           04/05 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 559  "Freedom's Wind" by musician Bill Murphy; designate as    Johnson (19th)
        official patriotic gift of Mississippi to America.     
           02/19 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 562  Gerry Fountain Blessey; congratulate for Mississippi      Gollott
        Ageless Hero Award.                                    
           02/19 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 581  SBCJC Executive Director, Dr. Olon Ray; commend career    Burton
        of public service.                                     
           03/19 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 598  Former Mississippi Highway Commissioner and WWII combat   Little
        veteran Hershel Jumper; commend life and express       
        sympathy of Legislature.                               
           03/29 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 601  JSU Lady Tiger Basketball Coach Denise Taylor; commend    Frazier
        successful program.                                    
           03/29 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
SC 607  Harry H. Bonner, General Manager of Delta Electric        Huggins
        Power Association; commend career.                     
           04/12 (H) Died In Committee
SC 614  Donna Dye; commend public service.                        Gordon
           04/12 (H) Died In Committee
SR  14  Marvin Hogan, Executive Director of Friends of Children   Jackson
        of Mississippi; commend.                               
           02/08 (S) Adopted
SR  30  John Edward Jackson; commend upon his retirement.         Jordan
           03/08 (S) Adopted
SR  42  Bluz Boys; commend on 20th Anniversary.                   Little
           03/22 (S) Adopted
SR  43  Greenwood Radio Station WGNL; commend.                    Jordan
           03/22 (S) Adopted
SR  44  5-Time Olympian Willye B. White; commend career.          Jordan
           03/22 (S) Adopted
SR  68  Senator Johnnie "Teddy Bear" Walls; commend.              Jordan
           04/04 (S) Adopted
SR  76  Pearl Lower Elementary Principal Tara Kirby; school       Chaney
        district's Administrator of the Year.                  
           04/05 (S) Adopted
SR  80  Harry H. Bonner, General Manager of Delta Electric        Huggins
        Power Association; commend career.                     
           04/12 (S) Adopted

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