Here are the remainder of the House bills that have been filed (through 1/19):
HB 207 Land conveyance; require letter of attorney to be recorded in county where land is located.
HB 225 Fees associated with successful prosecutions of paternity case; revise.
HB 226 Retirement; PERS members convicted of job-related felonies shall be terminated from system.
HB 229 Uninsured motorist; provide certain may not recover noneconomic loss in accident with insured driver
HB 231 Capital murder; include beheading in definition of.
HB 232 Patent infringements; penalize bad faith assertions of.
HB 233 Mortgages; establish alternative foreclosure procedures giving borrowers a chance to modify their loans first.
HB 234 Mortgages; establish foreclosure procedures giving borrowers a chance to modify their loans first.
HB 235 Expunction; revise.
HB 236 Nursing homes; require to purchase and maintain a minimum amount of liability insurance.
HB 238 Subdivision plats; provide that future filings may be in digital media format
HB 240 Crimes; create offense of fraudulent use of military records.
HB 241 Controlled substances; include derivatives of synthetic cannabinoids.
HB 242 Expunction of misdemeanor convictions; revise provisions regulating.
HB 243 Voyeurism; revise meaning of.
HB 244 The Mississippi Children’s Good Samaritan Motor Vehicle Rescue Act; create.
HB 245 School Violence Prevention Act of 2015; enact to address the crime of cyberbullying.
HB 246 Fraud; create procedure to recover false tax claims and other claims.
HB 247 Radar; prohibit use within 1,000 feet of posted point where speed limit is reduced.
HB 249 Sexual assault evidence; provide policy for submission and analysis.
HB 250 Law enforcement officer; create discipline commission to hear complaints.
HB 251 Crimes; prohibit installing or selling counterfeit air bags.
HB 252 Public drunkenness; revise.
HB 253 Safe2Tell Program; establish to allow anonymous reports of threatening behavior or endangering activities by students.
HB 254 State health plan; prohibit false claims.
HB 254 State health plan; prohibit false claims.
HB 255 Rape kits; require inventory of those untested.
HB 256 Burglary; enhanced penalties for repeat offenders.
HB 257 Violent crimes; require DNA testing for arrests.
HB 258 DUI; revise penalty for second or subsequent offense of driving with suspended license.
HB 259 Expunction; revise.
HB 260 Restitution; revise for crime victims.
HB 261 Prescription monitoring program; collected data not subject to disclosure in any civil proceedings.
HB 262 Habitual offender; no plea bargaining for violent offenders.
HB 263 Controlled substances; felony to bring into state, county or municipal facility.
HB 264 Expunction; delete requirement that judge make specific findings for denying.
HB 265 Implied Consent Law; allow sentence for violations to include house arrest at rehab center.
HB 266 Employment-at-will doctrine; abolish and create “Good Faith in Employment Act.”
HB 267 Trains; create duty of operators of to look out for persons and property on railroad tracks.
HB 268 Execution or attachment; revise property exempt from seizure under.
HB 269 Law enforcement officers, firefighters and conservation officers; legal to videotape while on duty.
HB 270 Contracts; provide for postnuptial agreements.
HB 271 Drug or alcohol overdose; immunity for reporting and when seeking health care treatment for.
HB 272 Bad checks; include electronic transfers in definition of laws regulating.
HB 277 Controlled Substances Law; revise forfeiture proceedings.
HB 278 DNA; require from persons arrested for felonies.
HB 279 Marijuana; correctly spell in Uniform Controlled Substances Law.
HB 280 Expungement; include conspiracy.
HB 281 DUI; revise license suspension for test refusal if licensee pleads guilty.
HB 282 Implied consent; toll suspension period during appeals for refusal to submit to chemical test.
HB 283 Death penalty; prohibit imposition when based solely on circumstantial evidence.
HB 284 Drug forfeitures; allow constables to participate in seizure and distribution of assets.
HB 287 Nonviolent offenders; authorize reduction of sentences for passage of end-of-course subject area tests by the offenders.
HB 288 Department of Corrections; provide certain educational programs for adult offender
HB 290 Open meetings law; create civil penalty for disclosing information from executive session of public body
HB 293 Weapons; prohibit discharge near petroleum products.
HB 294 Harvest permits; revise vehicles eligible for to include those carrying disposal well waters to.
HB 295 Caylee’s Law; create.
HB 296 Sex offenders; require to list status on social media.
HB 298 Crimes; make felony for impersonating law enforcement officer.
HB 322 Littering; increase fine to $500.00 per violation.
HB 325 Radar; authorize sheriff to use in counties over 70,000 and impose additional state assessment for violation when used.
HB 331 Crimes; revise expunction of certain convictions.
HB 335 Speed limit; increase maximum for interstate highways and certain controlled access highways from 70 mph to 75 mph.
HB 346 MS Motor Vehicle Safety-Responsibility Law; allow certain exclusions and limitations on liability insurance required under.
HB 347 Drone Prohibition Act; create.
HB 348 Divorce; create 13th ground for noncohabitation
HB 358 Radar; authorize patrol officers of Pearl River Valley Water Supply District to use.
HC 1 Honorable Judge Henry W. Palmer; commend life and legacy of public service upon his passing
HC 4 Constitution; amend to authorize the Legislature to grant certain authority for metropolitan governmental creation.