Mississippi Legislature
2004 Regular Session

Representative John Mayo

District 25

As of 01/22/07 at 11:15

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HB   4  County and city inmates; require to assist in the         Mayo
   %    payment of costs of incarceration.                     
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB  16  Public buildings; rename 301 Lamar Street Building to     Robinson (63rd)
 *      Robert G. Clark, Jr., Building.                        
           02/20 Approved by Governor
HB 139  Death penalty; provide moratorium for purpose of          Mayo
        completing study on impact.                            
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB 448  School districts' bonded indebtedness; increase           Akins
   %    limitation.                                            
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB 449  Smoking; prohibit in family restaurants except in         Mayo
        separately enclosed bars.                              
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB 450  Smoking; prohibit in family restaurants.                  Mayo
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB 451  Smoking; prohibit in enclosed public places with          Mayo
        certain exceptions.                                    
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB 452  Death penalty; not to apply to minors.                    Mayo
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB 453  Counties, cities and state; use previous year's           Mayo
        revenues in preparing next year's budget.              
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB 544  Tallahatchie County Correctional Authority; expand        Huddleston
   %    powers of.                                             
           02/03 Approved by Governor
HB 609  Health Care Trust Fund; repay in 15 annual payments the   Brown
        funds that were transferred from in 2002 and 2003.     
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB 610  Budget of state agencies; clarify that fiscal officer     Brown
 *      has discretion to reduce at any time if funds not      
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB 611  Tax evasion; use as a method for prosecuting drug         Brown
           04/19 Approved by Governor
HB 612  Prohibition against making deductions from salary of      Brown
        school employees; repeal.                              
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB 640  Interstate 59; designate portion in Forrest and Jones     Staples
        Counties as "Lance Corporal Roy M. Wheat Memorial      
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB 641  Council on Obesity Prevention; allow to become            Whittington
        nonprofit entity, and allow agencies to contract with. 
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB 680  Coahoma County Sheriff; authorize annual salary           Mayo
        supplement for.                                        
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB 719  Justice court judges; base salary on population           Mayhall
        according to latest federal decennial census.          
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB 741  Adequate Education Program; delete repealer on            Jennings
 *      high-growth school district formula.                   
           05/27 Approved by Governor
HB 752  Cigarettes; increase excise tax on and earmark revenue    Whittington
  $%    from increase for Medicaid.                            
           03/31 (H) Died In Committee
HB 753  Distinctive license tag; authorize for American Cancer    Whittington
   %    Society.                                               
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB 794  Victims of Domestic Violence Fund; provide fee from       Reeves
 * %    divorce filings.                                       
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB 796  Mississippi Housing Institute; divert part of existing    Brown
 * %    fee for funding.                                       
           04/20 Approved by Governor
HB 810  Death penalty; abolish.                                   Clarke
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB 856  Sales tax; authorize special municipal/county sales tax   Mayo
  $%    to fund certain capital projects.                      
           03/31 (H) Died In Committee
HB 861  Tunica County; authorize to contribute funds to           Mayo
        Institute of Community Services, Inc. for additional   
        Head Start class.                                      
           05/04 Approved by Governor
HB 883  City managers; must possess certain qualifications to     Mayo
        hold position.                                         
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB 921  Tunica County Board of Supervisors; authorize to          Mayo
        increase salary of justice court judge.                
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB 922  Tunica County sheriff; authorize board of supervisors     Mayo
        to increase salary.                                    
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB 943  Tippah County; designate Highway 773 as "Joe Mitch        Ward
        McElwain Memorial Highway."                            
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB 967  Students; require those in Grades 7 through 12 to         Broomfield
        maintain certain grades to participate in athletics.   
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB 968  School superintendents; require to make salaries          Broomfield
        available for a twelve-month period at request of      
        certain employees.                                     
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB 998  Honorary high school diplomas; authorize school boards    Montgomery
        to award to Vietnam War veterans.                      
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB 999  Income tax; revise amount of certain military             Montgomery
 *$%    compensation for officers which is excluded from gross 
           05/04 Approved by Governor
HB1002  Tunica County; revise distribution of gaming revenue      Mayo
 * %    tax.                                                   
           05/06 Approved by Governor
HB1079  Mississippi Children's Museum; authorize construction     Brown
   %    and expand possible locations.                         
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB1080  Bonds; limit annual amount that Legislature may           Brown
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB1119  Municipal public water systems; increase population       Mayo
        requirement to qualify for exemption of water/sewer    
        removal costs.                                         
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB1127  Domestic violence; require offending party to pay costs   Jennings
        of housing abused parties in shelter.                  
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB1251  State Auditor; authorize to establish policies and        Brown
 *      procedures for accounting of student average daily     
           04/28 Approved by Governor
HB1279  Budget; reduce state budget costs and increase state      Watson
 * %@   revenues.                                              
           05/27 Approved by Governor
HB1337  Motor vehicle privilege taxes; require counties to        Mayo
   %    distribute portion to other taxing districts.          
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB1342  Mandatory motor vehicle liability insurance tickets;      Baker (74th)
        provide for portion of fine to go to political         
        subdivision enforcing.                                 
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB1401  Agricultural leases of prison land; revise lease term     Mayo
 *      and authorize auction for.                             
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1411  Sales tax; divert portion of revenue to special fund      Mayo
        for homestead exemption tax loss reimbursement.        
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB1430  Delta Great River Road Scenic Byway; designate.           Mayo
 *         04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1499  MDITS; assistance to political subdivisions provided      Mayo
   %    upon request of governing body.                        
           03/09 (H) Died In Committee
HB1552  School boards; authorize to implement a financial         Fleming
 * %    literacy program for students.                         
           04/06 (S) Died In Committee
HB1637  Interest on Real Estate Brokers' Escrow Accounts Act;     Morris
           03/18 (H) Died On Calendar
HB1654  Major Economic Impact Act; authorize issuance of          Bentz
 *$%    additional bonds to address possible military base     
        closure and realignment.                               
           04/20 (S) Died In Committee
HB1664  Tunica County; authorize board of supervisors to          Mayo
        contribute to Mid-State Opportunity, Inc.              
           05/04 Approved by Governor
HB1665  Tunica County; authorize funding and support of Tunica    Mayo
 *      County Economic Development, Inc.                      
           05/09 (S) Died In Committee
HB1669  Income tax; allow credit for child adoption expenses.     Lott
  $%       03/31 (H) Died In Committee
HB1695  Bonds; issue bonds for dining facility capital            Clarke
  $%    improvements at Alcorn State University.               
           03/31 (H) Died In Committee
HB1759  Bonds; issue general obligation bonds for construction    Mayo
  $%    of a National Guard Readiness Center in Clarksdale.    
           03/31 (H) Died In Committee
HB1780  Taxation; provide certain tax incentives for the          Peranich
 *$%    production of motion pictures in Mississippi.          
           05/12 Approved by Governor
HB1784  Income tax; increase amount of certain compensation for   Scott
  $%    military officers that is excluded from gross income.  
           03/31 (H) Died In Committee
HB1795  Taxation; increase certain taxes and deposit revenue      Mayo
  $%    from increase into Budget Contingency Fund for certain 
           03/31 (H) Died In Committee
HB1816  Tunica County; authorize to contribute funds to Aaron     Mayo
 *      E. Henry Community Health Clinic, Inc., and to G.A.    
        Stover Health Clinic, P.A.                             
           05/04 Approved by Governor
HB1827  Elections; require identification before an elector       Reynolds
 *  @   casts a vote in any election.                          
           05/09 (H) Died In Conference
HC  34  Commend Dr. Van Robinson Burnham, Jr., upon his           Mayo
           02/13 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  48  Amend Constitution; abolish requirement that Governor     Reynolds
 *      be elected by majority of popular and electoral votes. 
           03/18 (H) Failed
HC  70  Proclamation on the family; lend support.                 Denny
           05/09 (H) Died In Committee
HC  77  Joint rules; amend to require deleted language to be      Baker (74th)
        indicated in legislation that changes existing law.    
           05/09 (H) Died In Committee
HC  79  Citizens of Spain; express our sorrow and respect to      Zuber
        concerning the bombing in Madrid.                      
           04/06 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  86  Mildred D. Taylor; recognize April 2, 2004, as "Mildred   Dickson
        D. Taylor Day" in Mississippi.                         
           04/14 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC  98  Suspend deadlines for introduction; elections; to         Warren
        require identification before an elector votes.        
           04/14 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 105  Mississippi National Guard; encourage citizens to         Capps
        support and contact Mississippi servicemen currently   
           04/26 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 106  Eric Shows; commend upon receiving a Barry M. Goldwater   Read
        Scholarship and Excellence in Education Program Award. 
           04/23 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 114  Suspend deadlines for introduction; tort reform;          Blackmon
 *      revise.                                                
           05/09 (H) Died In Conference
HC 116  Suspend deadlines for introduction; cigarettes;           McCoy
        increase excise tax on to fully fund mental health     
        crisis centers.                                        
           04/30 (H) Failed
HC 120  Mrs. Allen Hobbs Capps; commend life of.                  McCoy
           05/06 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 121  Suspend deadlines for introduction; Income tax; revise    Fillingane
        gaming winnings subject to 3% tax.                     
           05/09 (H) Died In Committee
HC 124  Eli Manning; commend athletic accomplishments of.         Smith (39th)
           05/09 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 125  Suspend deadlines for introduction; Tobacco trust fund;   Robinson (84th)
        transfer sum from to fully fund mental health crisis   
           05/09 (H) Died In Committee
HC 128  Thomas Hamill; commend bravery and steadfastness of.      Dickson
           05/09 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HC 130  890th Engineer Battalion; commend for service in          Formby
        Operation Iraqi Freedom.                               
           05/09 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  37  Social security benefits; urge Congress to protect.       Reynolds
 *         03/05 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  42  GFWC-Mississippi Federation of Women's Clubs,             Brown
        Incorporated, commend for outstanding service.         
           03/24 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR  99  Leslie Ellington; commend upon retirement as Capitol      Bondurant
           04/30 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR 101  Christopher Dale Mabry; commend life of.                  Robinson (84th)
           04/30 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR 102  Edward H. Buelow, Jr.; commend upon retirement.           Flaggs
           04/30 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR 110  Reverend Dr. Horace L. Buckley; commend on 35th           Coleman (65th)
        anniversary as pastor of Cade Chapel Missionary Baptist
           05/04 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR 114  Ole Miss Rebels Football Team; commend for an             Gadd
        outstanding season.                                    
           05/04 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR 115  Linda Bounds; commend upon retirement.                    Weathersby
           05/04 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed
HR 118  Leon Shaifer; commend services to the State of            Rogers (61st)
           05/06 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed

KEY: * = Amended % = 3/5ths Vote Required V = Vetoed
  $ = Revenue @ = Exempted From Deadline P = Partially Vetoed

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