Bill Moves Forward to Protect Historic Monuments From Alterations

Friday, April 14, 2017


A bill preventing historic monuments from being altered or removed is moving forward. The House Committee on State Government in a voice vote gave its approval to the bill. The bill would require local governments to go to a state-appointed committee and get permission any time they want to remove a monument and would require approval from a judge to change a monument more than 20 years old. The bill now moves to the full House for consideration.


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