Mississippi Legislature

122 Representatives
  • 77 Republicans
  • 42 Democrats
  • 3 Independents
52 Senators
  • 36 Republicans
  • 16 Democrats

Bills

Recently Introduced

HB 1512

Appropriation; City of Tupleo to make upgrades to Mitchell Road to bring it up to city standards.

  • Introduced Feb 03 2023
  • Sponsored by Thompson

HB 1516

Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Tupelo with construction of a new fire station.

HB 1508

Income tax; exclude forgiven, cancelled or discharged federal student loan debt from definition of "gross income".

  • Introduced Feb 03 2023
  • Sponsored by Evans

HB 1518

Bonds; authorize issuance to assist City of Holly Springs with construction of a wellness and aquatics center.

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Recently Passed

SB 2797

Mississippi State Asylum Records; provide procedures and exempt from confidentiality and privilege requirements.

  • Introduced Jan 16 2023
  • Passed Feb 03 2023
  • Sponsored by David Blount

SB 2698

Ad valorem tax; extend fee-in-lieu qualifying period for renewable energy project.

SB 2684

Children's Promise Act; revise definition of "eligible charitable organization."

  • Introduced Jan 16 2023
  • Passed Feb 03 2023
  • Sponsored by Tyler McCaughn

SB 2420

Public Funds Offender Registry; create.

  • Introduced Jan 16 2023
  • Passed As Amended Feb 03 2023
  • Sponsored by Jeremy England
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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2023 Regular Session 2691
2022 First Extraordinary Session 3
2022 Regular Session 3523
2021 Regular Session 2969
2020 Regular Session 3269
2019 Regular Session 3436
2018 First Extraordinary Session 31
2018 Regular Session 3235
2017 First Extraordinary Session 68

Sources

Data on Open States is updated periodically throughout the day from the official website of the Mississippi Legislature.

If you notice any inconsistencies with these official sources, feel free to file an issue.