By: Birdwell, Nichols S.B. No. 201
  relating to the continuation and functions of the State
  Preservation Board; providing penalties.
         SECTION 1.  Section 443.002, Government Code, is amended to
  read as follows:
         Sec. 443.002.  SUNSET PROVISION. The State Preservation
  Board is subject to Chapter 325 (Texas Sunset Act).  Unless
  continued in existence as provided by that chapter, the board is
  abolished and this chapter expires September 1, 2025 [2013].
         SECTION 2.  Section 443.003, Government Code, is amended by
  adding Subsection (e) to read as follows:
         (e)  The governor, lieutenant governor, and speaker of the
  house of representatives, as a member of the board, may designate a
  representative to act, including the ability to vote, on behalf of
  the member during a board meeting.
         SECTION 3.  Subsection (b), Section 443.004, Government
  Code, is amended to read as follows:
         (b)  The board shall meet at least twice each year and at
  other times at the call of the governor and as provided by board
         SECTION 4.  Section 443.0071, Government Code, is amended to
  read as follows:
  (a)  A proposal to construct a building, monument, or other
  improvement in the Capitol complex must be:
               (1)  consistent with Capitol complex design guidelines
  or standards adopted as part of a 1989 planning process or
  subsequently adopted based on a Capitol complex master plan; and
               (2)  submitted to the board for its review and comment
  at the earliest planning stages of any such project.
         (b)  Not later than the 60th day after the date the board
  receives final designs for a building in the Capitol complex, the
  board may by a public vote disapprove the project if the board
  determines that the project does not meet the requirements of
  Subsection (a)(1) or is not in the best interest of the state or of
  the Capitol complex.
         (c)  The project is considered to be approved by the board if
  the board does not hold the public vote authorized by Subsection (b)
  on or before the date required under that subsection.
         (d)  In this section, "Capitol complex" means the
  state-owned property within the area bounded on the north by Martin
  Luther King, Jr., Boulevard, bounded on the east by Trinity Street,
  bounded on the south by 10th Street, and bounded on the west by
  Lavaca Street.
         SECTION 5.  Chapter 443, Government Code, is amended by
  adding Section 443.031 to read as follows:
         Sec. 443.031.  MANSION RENEWAL TRUST FUND.  (a)  The Mansion
  renewal trust fund is created as a trust fund outside the treasury
  with the comptroller and shall be administered by the board, as a
  trustee on behalf of the people of this state, to maintain and
  preserve the Governor's Mansion.  The fund consists of:
               (1)  money transferred to the fund at the direction of
  the legislature; or
               (2)  money donated to the board for the purposes of
  preserving and maintaining the Governor's Mansion.
         (b)  Money in the fund may be used only for the purpose of
  major repairs to or preservation of the Governor's Mansion, as
  determined by the board.
         (c)  The interest received from the investment of money in
  the fund shall be credited to the fund.
         SECTION 6.  Chapter 445, Government Code, is amended by
  adding Section 445.014 to read as follows:
         Sec. 445.014.  MUSEUM DIRECTOR. The executive director of
  the State Preservation Board shall employ a museum director to
  manage and operate the museum.
         SECTION 7.  Chapter 445, Government Code, is amended by
  adding Section 445.015 to read as follows:
         Sec. 445.015.  The State Preservation Board shall formulate
  and adopt reasonable policies for naming spaces within the museum,
  including the designation of rooms, exhibition halls, or other
  areas in honor of donors or other benefactors, if appropriate.
         SECTION 8.  Subchapter F, Chapter 2165, Government Code, is
  amended by adding Section 2165.259 to read as follows:
  (a)  In this section, "State Capitol grounds" has the meaning
  assigned by Section 2165.255.
         (b)  A person commits an offense if the person is in
  possession of a burning tobacco product or smokes tobacco on the
  State Capitol grounds.
         (c)  An offense under this section is a Class C misdemeanor.
         (d)  The State Preservation Board shall adopt rules on the
  enforcement and notification of this section.
         SECTION 9.  The State Preservation Board shall develop and
  conduct a study to evaluate the feasibility of establishing
  lactation suites in the Capitol Complex for breastfeeding mothers,
  specifically to facilitate their expressing breast milk.
         SECTION 10.  This Act takes effect September 1, 2013.