"From paintings to sculptures, a state lawmaker says Utah needs a better accounting of its state-owned art so that valuables won't be tossed out or given away.
Eagle Mountain Republican Sen. Mark Madsen's Senate Bill 10 would create an online database of all state-owned treasures held at universities, museums, courthouses and other locations.
Madsen says database project would cost about $33,000 upfront and a projected $25,000 annually thereafter.
The bill has cleared the Utah Senate but is on hold in the House because of its cost." -KSL.com