Mississippi Legislature

52 Senators
  • 33 Republicans
  • 19 Democrats
122 Representatives
  • 48 Democrats
  • 74 Republicans
39 Senate Committees
47 House Committees

Bills

Recently Introduced

SR 23

Recognize Dr. Larry Johnson for 46 years of dedicated Christian service as Chaplain of Tougaloo College.

  • Introduced Mar 27 2019
  • Referred To Rules Mar 29 2019
  • Sponsored by Horhn

SR 21

Recognize increased risk to African-American men for developing prostate cancer.

  • Introduced Mar 26 2019
  • Referred To Rules Mar 29 2019
  • Sponsored by Butler, Simmons_(12th), Simmons_(13th), and 8 more.

JR 201

Reapportionment; amend boundaries of State Senate Districts 22 and 23.

  • Introduced Mar 26 2019
  • Referred To Rules Mar 29 2019
  • Sponsored by Norwood, Witherspoon, Frazier, and 3 more.

SC 667

Suspend deadlines for introduction; extend qualifying deadline for candidates in certain state Senate districts.

  • Introduced Mar 26 2019
  • Referred To Rules Mar 29 2019
  • Sponsored by Jordan, Witherspoon, Jackson_(11th), and 3 more.
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Recently Passed

SR 22

Recognize the Bicentennial (200th) Celebration of Columbia, Mississippi.

  • Introduced Mar 26 2019
  • Referred To Rules Mar 29 2019
  • Sponsored by Hill

SC 663

Commemorate the Bicentennial of the extension of the Mississippi eastern boundary to include Jackson County and Port of Pascagoula.

  • Introduced Mar 19 2019
  • Referred To Rules Apr 08 2019
  • Sponsored by Watson, Seymour, Debar, and 1 more.

SC 652

Acknowledge March 30, 2019, as "National Doctors' Day."

  • Introduced Mar 19 2019
  • Referred To Rules Apr 08 2019
  • Sponsored by Jackson_(11th), Blackwell, Jackson_(32nd), and 6 more.

SR 23

Recognize Dr. Larry Johnson for 46 years of dedicated Christian service as Chaplain of Tougaloo College.

  • Introduced Mar 27 2019
  • Referred To Rules Mar 29 2019
  • Sponsored by Horhn
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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2019 Regular Session 3436
2018 Regular Session 3235
2018 First Extraordinary Session 31
2017 First Extraordinary Session 68

Sources

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