Legislative Bill Tracker

We fight to protect civil liberties for all Mississippians through our work at the state legislature. The 2021 legislative session began on January 5, 2021 and convened on April 4, 2021.

Now that the session has convened, take a look at our 2021 legislative session recap to learn what we were able to accomplish and what challenges we are still facing.

Our legislative priorities this year covered issues including, election and voting reform, criminal justice reform, ensuring fair housing, and establishing community schools. Take a closer look at the 2021 Legislative priorities.

During the session, use our legislative bill tracker to learn more about bills that affect your civil liberties. Sign up to recieve our action alerts when civil liberties are under attack.


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HB 83: Anti-Protesting

This bill creates a vaguely defined new felony offense targeted at peaceful protesting, punishable by up to three years in prison and a $5,000 fine.

April 6, 2021

HB 747: Criminal Justice Reform

​​​​​​The original version of House Bill 747 would have literally and formally revived Mississippi’s late 1800’s Leasing Law that forced incarcera

April 6, 2021

HB 586: Voter Suppression

This bill requires a comparison between data in the state’s elections management system and an unknown system to “ensure non-United States citizens are not registered to vote.”

April 6, 2021 Voter Rights

2019 #msleg Tracking


Click on the following links to see the bills we tracked this session.

January 30, 2019