State Bill Tracking Report

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Bill Summary Latest Action
MS S 2499

Polk (R)

Student Education Finance Programs


Relates to student forgivable loan programs to include contracts for assistant teacher, health care, social worker education programs; clarifies eligibility requirements; provides a loan repayment mechanism and liability for failure to complete the program; relates to firefighter, law enforcement officer, and armed forces scholarship programs; relates to the public management intern program.

07/24/2014 :
  • Chapter No. 538
  • MS S 2860

    Clarke E (R)

    University Medical Center Appropriation


    Makes an appropriation for the purpose of defraying the expenses of the University of Mississippi Medical Center for fiscal year 2015.

    07/24/2014 :
  • Chapter No. 44
  • NC H 1181

    Dollar (R)

    Medicaid Delivery System Reform

    Senate Third Reading

    Modernizes and stabilize the State's Medicaid program through full-risk capitated health plans to be managed by a new Department of Medical Benefits.

    07/24/2014 :
  • In SENATE. Amendment number _1_ adopted on SENATE floor.
  • In SENATE. Amendment numbers 2,3 failed on SENATE floor.
  • In SENATE. Read second time. To third reading.
  • In SENATE. Placed on Calendar for: 07/28/2014
  • RI H 8104

    DeSimone (D)

    Statutes and Statutory Construction


    Provides for the annual statutory construction bill, prepared based upon recommendations of the Law Revision Office; makes technical changes and revisions to various general laws to include provisions regarding the sales and use taxes and remote sellers, public consulting services contracting, and the use of credit reports by insurers.

    07/08/2014 :
  • Signed by GOVERNOR.
  • Public Law No. 2014-528
  • VA H 5002 a

    Jones (R)

    Budget Bill


    Relates to appropriations of the Budget submitted by the Governor providing a portion of revenues for the two years ending respectively on the thirtieth day of June, 2015, and the thirtieth day of June, 2016.

    06/23/2014 :
  • In HOUSE. HOUSE overrode GOVERNOR'S veto of Item 25.10
  • In HOUSE. HOUSE sustained GOVERNOR'S veto of Item 136.A.19, 301.TTT.6 and part of 7a, 468.G.1.c, Sections 4-3.02d & 4-8.02b.
  • Governor's veto of Item 301.TTT.9 and 468.L. ruled out of order.
  • In SENATE. SENATE sustained GOVERNOR'S veto of Item 25.10
  • Line Item Veto sustained by SENATE.
  • Acts of Assembly. Chapter No. 2

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