Bill of the Day: Prohibit cities and counties from restricting concealed carry

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A bill authored in the House would prevent any city or county from prohibiting or restricting the concealed carry of a firearm by an...
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Bill of the Day: Owners of dogs who bite could face their own penalties

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In this Bill of the Day filed by Representative Bain, HB 80, says any person who intentionally or negligently allows their dog escape from...

Bill of the Day: No more removing monuments or statues

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In recent years, there has been calls to remove statues and monuments that memorialize the Civil War, particularly those indicative of the Confederacy. HB 120...

Bill of the Day: An act to insure the integrity of unemployment insurance

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In a season where unprecedented numbers of Mississippians and Americans have relied on unemployment benefits to get them through the pandemic, there has been...

Bill of the Day: Vaping could receive increased tobacco tax

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In Senate Bill 2182, authored by Senator David Blount, it would define an “electronic smoking device” and add that to the definition of other...

Bill of the Day: An act to prevent social media censorship

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In a time when some say free speech is being censored by big tech companies, Representative Becky Currie is hoping to prevent that in...

Bill of the Day: No more straws for you, unless you ask nicely

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The potential for a straw ban has made it to Mississippi. In a bill offered by Senator Simmons (12th) it would prohibit a restaurant...

Bill of the Day: Back to Business loan expenses to be deducted from income...

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This bill of the day could give businesses a much needed break, after 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic struck. House Bill 1446 would allow for...

Bill of the Day: College athletes could get paid for their participation in advertising

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Ever wonder if college athletes get paid for all of the advertising they participate in when playing sports for a Mississippi University? A bill...

Bill of the Day: Firework sales all year long

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Do you long for the crackly of a firework well after New Years or the Fourth of July? Well, this bill could allow you...

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