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Phil Bryant's Voting Records on Issue:

Office: Governor (MS), Republican
We do not have any Key Votes for this candidate.

Executive Actions

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
April 5, 2017 HB 638 Authorizes Alternative Methods of Execution Signed - Executive
March 24, 2017 HB 645 Classifies Killing of First Responders as First-Degree Murder Signed - Executive
April 13, 2015 SB 2804 Authorizes Dismissal of Department of Corrections Employees Signed - Executive
March 27, 2014 HB 389 Authorizes Supervision Programs and Electronic Home Detention Vetoed - Executive
March 27, 2014 HB 1017 Authorizes The Mississippi Department of Corrections to Incarcerate Additional Offenders at County and Regional Correctional Facilities Vetoed - Executive

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