AN ACT to amend the procedures for Protecting Monuments, Memorials, plaques, and works of art on public property.
(b) Except as provided by subsection (c) of this section, no monument, memorial, plaque, or work of art commemorating events, veterans, or persons of North Carolina history on public property of the State or any of its political subdivisions, may be relocated, disturbed, altered, or defaced.
(d) A person who lives, owns property, or operates a business in the vicinity of any monument, memorial, plaque, or work of art as set forth in subsection (a) of this section shall be considered a person aggrieved by a violation of the provisions of this section for the purposes of G.S. 150B‑4.
(e) A person who willfully violates the provisions of subsection (b) of this section shall be guilty of a Class l misdemeanor."
That's the earliest version of the Bill listed on the NCGA's website, supposedly "as filed," but they haven't fixed this later version (Edition 2) yet, which shows you what the Bill that survived Crossover was actually about: