Trans Legislation Tracker

Mississippi

2022 anti-trans legislation

MS HB1099
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Incarcerated offenders; prohibit from petitioning to change name and/or gender.

An Act To Prohibit Physically Incarcerated Offenders From Requesting A Name Change Or Gender Transition; And For Related Purposes.

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An Act To Create The Transgender 21 Act; To Prohibit The State, Its Agents, And Political Subdivision From Infringing On A Parent's Right To Withhold Consent For Any Treatment, Activity Or Mental Health Care Services That Are Designed And Intended To Form Their Child's Conceptions Of Sex And Gender Or To Treat Gender Dysphoria Or Gender Nonconformity; To Prohibit Certain Medical Procedures From Being Performed Upon A Minor; To Provide A Penalty For Any Medical Profession Who Performs Certain Medical Procedures Upon A Minor; To Provide A Good-faith Exception For A Minor Born With A Medically Verifiable Genetic Disorder Of Sexual Development; To Prohibit Any State Agency, Political Subdivision Or Licensing Organization From Forbidding, Penalizing Or Taking Adverse Action Against An Individual Who Gives Or Receives Counsel, Advice, Guidance Or Other Speech Or Communication Consistent With Conscience Or Religious Belief; To Provide That No Individual Shall Be Discriminated Against For Providing Information About A Violation Of This Act To Certain Authorities; To Provide A Private Cause Of Action For Violations Of This Act; To Preempt Political Subdivisions From Promulgating Rules Or Regulations That Limits The Professional Conduct And Judgment Of A Mental Health Care Professional Or Counselor; To Provide That The Provisions Of This Act Are Severable; And For Related Purposes.

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An Act To Enact The Real You Act Of 2022; To Define Terms; To Prohibit Physically Incarcerated Offenders From Requesting A Name Change; To Prohibit Minors From Requesting Legal Recognition Of A Gender Transition; To Provide Certain Exceptions; And For Related Purposes.

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An Act Entitled The "transparency In Education Act"; To Provide Parents Of Public School Students Certain Rights Related To Their Child's Education, Including The Right To Review A Syllabus, Curriculum And Teacher-training Materials And Meet With The Teacher To Discuss Course Content, To Require Public Schools To Adopt Procedures To Ensure That A Parent Provides Written Permission Before Their Child Participates In Identity Curriculum Or Critical Theory Curriculum And Allow Parents To Exempt Their Child From Any Specific Lessons That Are Objectionable To The Family, To Direct Public Schools To Hold A Curriculum Night To Allow Parents To Review The Curriculum And Meet With Teachers And Staff, To Provide Parental Access To Certain School District Records Concerning Their Child, To Provide Complaint Procedures; To Amend Section 37-13-9, Mississippi Code Of 1972, In Conformity; And For Related Purposes.

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An Act To Enact The Mississippi Save Adolescents From Experimentation (safe) Act; To Provide For The Legislative Findings Related To The Safe Act; To Define Certain Terms Used In The Act; To Provide That A Physician Or Other Health Care Professional Shall Not Provide Gender Transition Procedures To Any Individual Under 18 Years Of Age; To Provide That A Physician Or Other Health Care Professional Shall Not Refer Any Individual Under 18 Years Of Age To Any Health Care Professional For Gender Transition Procedures; To Allow For Certain Exceptions To The Prohibition That Physicians Cannot Provide Such Services; To Provide That Public Funds Shall Not Be Distributed To Any Entity Or Individual That Provides Gender Transition Procedures To An Individual Under 18 Years Of Age; To Provide For Enforcement Of The Act; To Prohibit A Health Benefit Plan Under An Insurance Plan From Providing Insurance Coverage Of Gender Transition Procedures For Minors; And For Related Purposes.

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An Act Relating To Parents' Bill Of Rights; Providing That The State, Its Political Subdivisions, Other Governmental Entities, Or Other Institutions May Not Infringe On Parental Rights Without Demonstrating Specified Information; Providing That A Parent Of A Minor Child Has Specified Rights Relating To His Or Her Minor Child; Prohibiting The State From Infringing Upon Specified Parental Rights; Providing That Certain Actions By Specified Individuals Are Grounds For Disciplinary Actions Against Such Individuals; Prohibiting Specified Parental Rights From Being Denied Or Abridged; Requiring Each District School Board To Develop And Adopt A Policy To Promote Parental Involvement In The Public School System; Providing Requirements For Such Policy; Defining The Term "instructional Materials"; Authorizing A District School Board To Provide Such Policy Electronically Or On Its Website; Authorizing A Parent To Request Certain Information In Writing; Providing A Procedure For The Denial Of Such Information; Prohibiting Certain Health Care Practitioners And Their Employees From Taking Specified Actions Without A Parent's Written Permission; Prohibiting A Health Care Facility From Allowing Certain Actions Without A Parent's Written Permission; Providing Exceptions; Providing For Disciplinary Actions And Criminal Penalties; Providing That Certain Violations Relating To Parental Consent Are Grounds For Administrative Fines For Health Care Facilities; Providing That Failure To Comply With Certain Parental Consent Requirements Is Grounds For Disciplinary Action For Health Care Practitioners; And For Related Purposes.