March 18, 2020

During the 10th week of session, the House met as a whole to discuss general bills that made it out of committee and onto the calendar.  Thursday, March 12 was the deadline for representatives to discuss these general bills.  Any bills not discussed in session by this...

March 10, 2020

The ninth week of the 2020 legislative session proved to be the busiest thus far.  Committee meetings to discuss House bills wrapped up early in the week because of Tuesday’s general bill deadline.  After Tuesday, all general bills that were not passed out of committee...

March 6, 2020

Committees met frequently during the eighth week of the legislative session, as next Tuesday’s deadline to have House Bills out of their corresponding committees quickly approaches.

After Tuesday, March 3, no additional general bills will be added to the House calendar...

February 26, 2020

Legislators had a full schedule during the seventh week of the 2020 Legislative Session.  The deadline for introducing bills was on Monday night, so the calendar quickly became full with bills and resolutions to discuss.  Although most work is still happening in commit...

February 18, 2020

On Monday, February 3rd, several legislators (including myself) paired up with youth from around our state to help show cattle at one of the livestock portions of the Dixie Nationals.  The Dixie Nationals is one of the biggest Ag events in our state, and attracts lives...

February 5, 2020

During the third week of the 2020 Legislative Session, Speaker Philip Gunn made the much anticipated announcement of committee assignments.  I am honored to have been named Vice-Chairman of the following three committees: Apportionment and Elections, Congressional Redi...

January 20, 2020

On January 7, 2020, the Mississippi State Legislature began the first session of the new four-year term.  Per the Constitution of the State of Mississippi, the first session of every term is scheduled to last 125 days, as opposed to 90 days.  This is done to accommodat...