MISSISSIPPI LEGISLATURE

REGULAR SESSION 2024

41st LEGISLATIVE DAY

FEBRUARY 27, 2024

57th CALENDAR DAY

HOUSE CALENDAR

MOTION TO RECONSIDER

1.

H. B. No. 286:

Sexual Battery; remove statute of limitations when DNA evidence is discovered.
(Denton, Horan, Owen)

 


APPROPRIATIONS

1.

H. B. No. 504:

Rural Firetruck Acquisition Assistance Program; authoirze an additional round for counties and municipalities.

2/27


2.

H. B. No. 1037:

Deficit appropriations; revise process for state agencies to avoid the need for. (PEER bill).
(COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE)

2/27


3.

H. B. No. 1460:

Municipality and County Water Infrastructure Grant Program; bring forward for possible amendment.
(AS AMENDED)

2/27


4.

H. B. No. 1704:

Appropriations; revise certain FY 2024 appropriations and direct transfers.
(COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE)

2/27


5.

H. B. No. 1705:

Budget process; bring forward certain sections relating to and provide for transfers of funds.
(AS AMENDED)

2/27


6.

H. B. No. 1706:

Programs funded with ARPA funds; revise certain provisions and bring forward sections of.
(AS AMENDED)

2/27


7.

H. B. No. 1707:

2023 Local Improvements Projects Fund; clarify and correct names and purposes of certain projects funded from.
(COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE)

2/27


GENERAL

1.

H. B. No. 775:

Prior authorization; impose certain requirements on health insurance issuers regarding.
(Public Health and Human Services)

1/31


2.

H. B. No. 702:

Transportation funding; authorize public-private partnerships to include naming rights.
(COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE) (Transportation)

2/14


3.

H. B. No. 903:

Machine gun; provide crime for conversion to.
(COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE) (Judiciary B)

2/15


4.

H. B. No. 445:
  (3/5)

Driver's license; restore ability to suspend for certain traffic violations.
(COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE) (Judiciary B)

2/15


5.

H. B. No. 1023:

DHS Fraud Investigators; allow to drive unmarked vehicles.
(Judiciary B)

2/15


6.

H. B. No. 934:

Consumer reports; limit redisclosure to third party.
(Business and Commerce)

2/15


7.

H. B. No. 564:

Urban renewal project powers; revise definition of.
(COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE) (Municipalities)

2/20


8.

H. B. No. 1123:
  (2/3)

MDOT; authorize the transfer and conveyance of certain real property to Greene County Board of Supervisors.
(Transportation)

2/21


9.

H. B. No. 1287:

Memorial highway; designate segment of MS Highway 30 in Prentiss County as the "Jamie Neal Guin, PCEPA Lineman, Memorial Highway."
(Transportation)

2/21


10.

H. B. No. 1288:

Memorial highways; clarify names of certain to reflect official title of U.S. service members for whom they are named.
(COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE) (Transportation)

2/21


11.

H. B. No. 74:

Memorial highways; designate segment in Noxubee County as the "Chief Petty Officer Andrew Triplett Memorial Highway".
(COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE) (Transportation)

2/21


12.

H. B. No. 75:

Memorial highway; designate a segment of U.S. Highway 45 in Macon, MS as the "Sgt. Travis S. Cooper Memorial Highway."
(COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE) (Transportation)

2/21


13.

H. B. No. 120:

Memorial highways; designate segment in Shannon, Lee County as the "Johnny R. Patterson Memorial Highway."
(COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE) (Transportation)

2/21


14.

H. B. No. 619:

Memorial highway; designate a segment of MS Hwy 15 in Jasper County as the "Major Samuel S. (Coach) King Memorial Highway.
(Transportation)

2/21


15.

H. B. No. 823:

Memorial bridge; designate north bridge on MS Hwy 309 as the "Hubert Ingram Memorial Bridge."
(Transportation)

2/21


16.

H. B. No. 991:

"Medal of Honor Trail"; designate portion of Interstate 22 and U.S. Highway 78 within the State of Mississippi as.
(Transportation)

2/21


17.

H. B. No. 1216:

Memorial highways; designate segment in Marion County as the "Sheriff J.V. Polk Memorial Highway.
(Transportation)

2/21


18.

H. B. No. 310:

Application for privilege license tag for vehicles; increase from seven to thirty working days.
(Transportation)

2/21


19.

H. B. No. 768:

Israel Support Act of 2019; extend repealer on.
(Banking and Financial Services)

2/21


20.

H. B. No. 1021:

Pawnbrokers; authorize Commissioner of Banking to establish by rule a process allowing certain purchased and/or pledged goods to be stored off premises.
(Banking and Financial Services)

2/21


21.

H. B. No. 1062:

Pawnbrokers; authorize to pass credit and debit card processing charges to customers.
(Banking and Financial Services)

2/21


22.

H. B. No. 1102:

DHS; authorize to use communication approved by financial institution for encumbrances.
(Banking and Financial Services)

2/21


23.

H.C.R. No. 23:
  (2/3)

Constitution; amend to provide that only citizens of the United States are allowed the opportunity to vote.
(COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE) (Constitution)

2/21


24.

H. B. No. 845:

Charitable organizations; require IRS forms filed annually with Secretary of State to be for the most recent fiscal year end.
(Business and Commerce)

2/22


25.

H. B. No. 1257:

Notary public; clarify maximum fee permitted and authorize qualified nonresidents to be commissioned as.
(Business and Commerce)

2/22


26.

H. B. No. 1269:

Landscape architects; authorize to participate with multi-disciplinary engineer and architecture firms.
(COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE) (Business and Commerce)

2/22


27.

H. B. No. 1000:

Corporations and LLCs; authorize notice of dissolution by electronic mail only.
(Business and Commerce)

2/22


28.

H. B. No. 1696:

Failing schools; revise processes relating to being placed into a District of Transformation and abolishing the MS Achievement School District.
(Education)

2/22


29.

H. B. No. 1670:

MAEP; clarify classification of exceptional children in preschool for reporting and purposes of funding teacher units.
(Education)

2/22


30.

H. B. No. 1669:

Assistant teachers; revise qualifications for employment.
(Education)

2/22


31.

H. B. No. 1194:

Expulsions; authorize aggregate reporting by State Department of Education of data relating to.
(Education)

2/22


32.

H. B. No. 1015:

Implied consent laws and investigation of traffic accidents; authorize the CTED within DPS to enforce.
(COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE) (Judiciary B)

2/22


33.

H. B. No. 1196:

Sextortion; create crime of.
(Judiciary B)

2/22


34.

H. B. No. 1390:

Grand jury; clarify procedures for recusal of district attorney.
(Judiciary B)

2/22


35.

H. B. No. 1441:

Felony; increase penalties for commission of with use of semi-automatic firearm.
(Judiciary B)

2/22


36.

H. B. No. 1454:

Conditions for parole eligibility; extend date of repeal on.
(COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE) (Judiciary B)

2/22


37.

H. B. No. 783:

Child custody; require presumption of joint custody and equal parenting time.
(Judiciary B)

2/22


38.

H. B. No. 1162:

Child sexual abuse; revise statute of limitatitons for claims.
(AS AMENDED) (Judiciary B)

2/22


39.

H. B. No. 1253:

Post-conviction collateral relief; require certain petitioners to obtain Supreme Court permission before filing in trial court.
(COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE) (Judiciary B)

2/22


40.

H. B. No. 1342:

Controlled substances; bring forward sections for unlawful possession of.
(Judiciary B)

2/22


41.

H. B. No. 724:

Expungement; clarify expungement of pardoned convictions.
(Judiciary B)

2/22


42.

H. B. No. 1087:

Ballot harvesting; include certain definitions in prohibition on.
(Apportionment and Elections)

2/22


43.

H. B. No. 1404:

Runoff elections; revise time for holding to four weeks.
(Apportionment and Elections)

2/22


44.

H. B. No. 1156:

Polling places; prohibit from being closed within sixty days before an election.
(COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE) (Apportionment and Elections)

2/22


45.

H. B. No. 585:

"Dignity and Safety for Incarcerated Women Act"; enact.
(COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE) (Corrections)

2/22


46.

H. B. No. 755:

Parole; extend repealer on statute prescribing conditions for eligibility.
(Corrections)

2/22


47.

H. B. No. 756:

Prison Industry Enhancement Program; extend repealer on.
(Corrections)

2/22


48.

H. B. No. 757:

State offenders; extend repealer on authority to house in county jails when space is unavailable.
(Corrections)

2/22


49.

H. B. No. 759:

Mississippi Prison Industries Act of 1990; extend repealer on.
(Corrections)

2/22


50.

H. B. No. 844:

State Parole Board; require to solicit recommendations from and provide notification to certain individuals before parole hearing.
(Corrections)

2/22


51.

H. B. No. 1353:

Horseracing; include in equine liability.
(Agriculture)

2/27


52.

H. B. No. 1220:

Tax forfeited property; authorize Secretary of State to reimburse local governments for tree removal and cleanup costs.
(Municipalities) (Appropriations A)

2/27


53.

H. B. No. 325:

Real property; right of first refusal expires on grantee's death unless specifically stated otherwise.
(Judiciary A)

2/27


54.

H. B. No. 694:

Commercial Driver's License; require notice to employer when possibility of suspension for unpaid child support.
(Judiciary A)

2/27


55.

H. B. No. 846:
  (3/5)

Chancery clerk; increase fees for recording deeds to land sold for taxes and redemption of such lands.
(COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE) (Judiciary A)

2/27


56.

H. B. No. 1234:

Tenancy by the entirety with rights of survivorship; create rebuttable presumption when deed to both spouses.
(AS AMENDED) (Judiciary A)

2/27


57.

H. B. No. 1343:

Scrivener's affidavit; revise authority for attorney who submitted but are now retired.
(Judiciary A)

2/27


58.

H. B. No. 418:

Continuing education training for police officers; extend to require for public colleges and universities and PRVWSD officers.
(Universities and Colleges) (Judiciary A)

2/27