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2018 Mississippi Legislation

2018 Mississippi Legislation

January 19, 2018 Update

Apologies to list members not in Mississippi.

I have found the following bills filed in the MS Legislature this year. The next deadline is Jan. 30 for committees to report bills out. I wouldn’t worry much about any of them until they make it out of committee.

You can read the bills and track their status here, under “Legislation Search” on the left, or click “Legislation” at the top.

HB 26
Emergency Medical Technicians; authorize to carry firearms while in performance of duties.
01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B

HB 135
Concealed firearms on school premises; authorize local school board to adopt policy permitting certain school employees to carry.
01/02 (H) Referred To Education; Judiciary B

HB 236
Firearms; prohibit altering serial number.
01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B

HB 242
Purchase of automatic weapon; place certain restrictions on.
01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B

HB 245
Firearms; prohibit discharge near petroleum.
01/02 (H) Referred To Judiciary B

HB 406
Concealed weapon; authorize reduce fees for certain older persons.
01/05 (H) Referred To Ways and Means

HB 413
Stun gun; remove the term from the firearms category.
01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B

HB 452
Ammunition; require record-keeping of sales for.
01/05 (H) Referred To Judiciary B

HB 542
Enhanced carry firearms license; authorize to be carried onto public property.
01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B

HB 627
Firearms; revise limits placed on counties and municipalities to regulate.
01/08 (H) Referred To Judiciary B

HB 697
Concealed weapons; authorize license holders to carry on campuses of higher education institutions.
01/09 (H) Referred To Judiciary B

HB 924
Knives; remove from concealed weapons list.
01/11 (H) Referred To Judiciary B

HB1030
Shooting while in a dwelling; provide that such is a felony.
01/12 (H) Referred To Judiciary B

HB1083
Firearms, authorize those with enhanced carry to bring onto public property.
01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B

HB1086
Firearms; prohibit public employers from banning employees having permit and training endorsement from carrying on employer’s property.
01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B

HB1214
Firearms; authorize nonviolent felons to possess in their homes or motor vehicles.
01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B

HB1404
Bump stock device; define, prohibit the use of and provide penalties for a violation of the use of.
01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B

HB1415
Concealed firearm license; clarify prohibition for mentally incompetent.
01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B

HB1431
Concealed licenses for justice court judges; authorize for reciprocity with other states.
01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B

HB1432
Firearms Protection Act; create.
01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B

HB1451
Firearm possession; restore right for nonviolent felon who completes all terms of sentence.
01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B

HB1455
Enhanced carry permit; authorize DPS to create a distinctive permit for.
01/15 (H) Referred To Judiciary B

SB2068
Concealed-carry license; 18-year-old with instructor certification qualifies for enhanced.
01/03 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A

SB2090
Gun-free zones; businesses liable for injuries.
01/04 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A

SB2239
Imitation firearms; prohibit sale of.
01/09 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A

SB2314
Concealed carry permit holders; names of those revoked not confidential.
01/12 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A

SB2317
Retired judges; authorize to solemnize marriages and obtain a free pistol license.
01/12 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A

SB2456
Firearm; outlaw open carry of weapons at parades and demonstrations.
01/15 (S) Referred To Judiciary, Division A

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