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To establish a program through which each State may provide a bust to be displayed in one of the House Office Buildings.

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02/23/2010Introduced in House

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02/23/2010Referred to the House Committee on House Administration.
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02/23/2010Introduced in House
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Introduced in House (02/23/2010)

Establishes a program under which the Architect of the Capitol shall solicit, accept, and place busts from each of the states for display in one of the Cannon, Rayburn, or Longworth House Office Buildings.

Considers such bust a gift to the United States.

Limits such bust to one per state on display.

Requires the House Committee on House Administration to specify standards which must be met by such state provided bust, including that: (1) it must portray a leading political, religious, or cultural figure from the state's history; (2) it must conform to roughly uniform dimensions; (3) its construction must be in either bronze or marble; (4) its style must be realistic; and (5) no bust representing any individual may be accepted for display as part of the program until 50 years after his or her death.