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  1. House Bill 1523

    March 31, 2016LegislationEquality For All/Equal Access
  2. 2015 Legislative Tracking: Equality for all Mississippians

    May 1, 2015LegislationEquality For All/Equal Access
  3. 2015 Legislative Tracking: Criminal Justice Reform

    May 1, 2015LegislationEquality For All/Equal Access, Criminal Justice Reform
  4. 2015 Legislative Score Card: A Measurement of Progress on Issues of Equity and Inclusion in Mississippi

    May 1, 2015Legislation
  5. SB2237 - Would keep secret those involved in executions, including the execution team, lethal injection drug providers.

    May 1, 2016LegislationCriminal Justice Reform
  6. HB647: Provides that anyone who fails to pay a fine or appear in municipal court shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

    May 1, 2016LegislationCriminal Justice Reform
  7. HB 1399 - Requires municipal governments to provide police officers with body-worn cameras, requires police officers to wear cameras while on patrol, and makes an officer’s failure to wear the camera a misdemeanor offense.

    May 1, 2016LegislationCriminal Justice Reform
  8. SB2656 - Would require written consent to search during contact with law enforcement officer.

    May 1, 2016LegislationCriminal Justice Reform
  9. HB 1314 & SB 2620 - Would legislatively remedy the resurgence of modern-day debtors’ prisons in Mississippi – evidenced by federal class actions against two of its largest cities.

    May 1, 2016LegislationCriminal Justice Reform
  10. HB 669 & SB 2490 – Require that law enforcement officers employed by agencies which provide body-word cameras, operate the cameras and store the footage according to guidelines designed to ensure transparency and accountability while protecting...

    May 1, 2016LegislationCriminal Justice Reform

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