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Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks Committee, Mississippi State Senate

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The Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks Committee is a standing committee of the Mississippi State Senate. Per Senate Rule 36, the committee is made up of 11 members.[1]

Per Rules 7, 36 and 37 of the Senate Rules, committees of the Mississippi State Senate are appointed by the Lieutenant Governor of Mississippi, who serves as the President of the Senate.[2] After the adoption of Senate Rules, the committees are appointed. The first person named to a committee by the President shall serve as the chair, with the second serving as the vice chair. Any vacancies that have occurred in any committees after members have been appointed will be filled by the President.[3]

DocumentIcon.jpg See rules: Senate Rules

Function

This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.

A committee of the Senate shall report on the sufficiency of the titles of all bills and resolutions before their being put on final passage; and it shall be in order, before the passage of every bill or resolution, to move to commit or recommit for report upon the sufficiency of the title. Titles shall indicate clearly the subject matter of the proposed legislation.[4]


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