(a) The board may not approve the installation of a permanent monument on the grounds
under the jurisdiction of the board, and erection or construction of an approved monument
may not begin, unless the board or the board's designee finds that the installation
of the monument will be complete not later than the fourth anniversary of the date
on which approval is granted. Installation by that anniversary date is a condition of the board's approval, and
if installation is not complete by that date the board's approval of the monument
is considered withdrawn and the monument may not be installed.
(a-1) Except as provided by Sections 443.01525 and 443.01526, after September 1, 2009, no additional monuments may be placed on the historic grounds
of the Capitol.
(b) In this section, “monument” means a marker, memorial, statue, or other commemoration
of a person, organization, or event, including one authorized or requested pursuant
to legislative resolution.
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