Listen: Senate, Senator Donna Campbell And Senator discussed on Charlie Parker
"The legislature would stop the Elmo Senator for moving necessarily, Alabama Senate half has become a big issue. You're not getting in the current session of the legislature. Kyle Biedermann who's oh state Representative from Fredericksburg has in fact introduced a resolution that would bar the antibody for moving the Senate from where a currently is right in front of the Alamo where it was placed in nineteen forty now. State Senator Donna Campbell's Bill provides a little bit of wiggle room. She says before you could move the Senator for any purpose in any place. Two of the following three organizations would have to sign off on it. The general land office the Texas historical commission and the daughters of the Republic of Texas. Two of those would have to say we agree to move the Senate. Okay, now, there was a lot of comment at the state Senate hearing on this Bill about concerns at the Senate half might not be able to be. Removed. It has a very very deep foundation in Alamo plaza. And they're concerned that if we try to move it it will simply fall apart. Now, the land office is already said they're going to have to move it in pieces and a lot of people are concerned about that. But further than that, there was a lot of testimony from people who are just fed up. They said the people want the Senate to stay where it is. Why the heck is nobody listening to us? And that's not a bad argument to be making this point. I mean, I think if you were to take a vote people overwhelmingly want the Senate half to stay. Yeah. But anybody who's got any skin in the game city council? The general land office,"