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"kara wei" Discussed on KCRW
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"kara wei" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
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"kara wei" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"All right. Rodney got glad to have you on the phone this morning, my friend. How are you? I'm doing well. Is there anything we can do to kick off since you're on such a great role to keep more of all campaigns for 20 mark Mt. That you look you're you're doing such a great job for backstop prison. Why would we stop? I mean, I just think you've got a good thing going. It's on ly one year of your life. Your your your hair will grow back even stronger. But I think we are rolling to the I'm making a play. Everybody keep Mark Ball 2020 run me. I love it that help. The backstop was in a big way. What? What is this? One year things? You speak of? How about through the big, you know, November push. But what will my Christmas photos look like? I think you should be all right. You can get a mark. You can get some of the best Santa Claus with it on their so neatly, man. You'd be like the kids all over town. He said. I think I saw Santa. Yeah, it's great. Great cause man, great cause great work. I want to make sure I go online and support But you're doing great. Kara Wei do appreciate that. Rodney. Thank you for that. And yeah, I think I used to see you at the guns and hold. I'm not mistaken. I usually see you moving around the crowd every year, so absolute And I'm not sure what what Their plans are for that this year, But if anything we can do to help out we're going to try to do that's for sure. In the meantime, you know, I know the governor has been taking a lot of grief. Over this special session and the reason he called it And then, of course, trying to add things to it. Once things got started. What's your take on what's going on down there? Yeah, I think that the part of it is the rollout. I think that the governor, you know, had the right intention. He wanted to do something to address crime. The challenge when you're doing that. In a special session and you need to have alignment between at least leadership in the House and Senate and the governor's office. And I think that's where there was conversations but not alignment. And so you know, the Legislature is you know, Mark is a very Powerful body in Missouri. The houses not descended and vice versa. So I think what happened is the government put the call out without having consistent around how the plan will be executed. And you're seeing that now because what the house decided to do Was instead of having one sort of omnibus bill with six parts that they wanna have Each of these issues rise or fall on their own a marriage, so they've decided to split them up. So what's happened is the Senate passed one. Comprehensive, you know, Safe component Bill and the House has opened it up. And then, in the meantime, from the time that the House the Senate passed Senate Bill one with six parts The governor was convinced that he should take a look at expanding the call, which is his eyes, right toe add some concurrent jurisdiction stuff and about Kim Gardener and when the attorney general could come in on cases in the city that called a lot of consternation because a lot of folks in the Legislature And outside said that this wasn't something that they had anticipated. Any working on. This is just, you know, Normally, this is the kind of stuff this year and Jeff City you see it all the time, and it's not as shocking to you. But when, when it's a special session and the spotlight on the sausage making a policy It looks somewhat on. I know the docks uneasy and on smooth, but this is this is in some ways the way the process has worked in someone paying attention to it. It's just in a special session without the backdrop of all the other issue that that you'd be hearing about. This is the process is front center. I think the Legislature is going to start the house is going to start having committee hearings this week on the subject separate bills, They'll take up the governor's special call stranded call, and we'll see what comes out of the house will go back to the Senate. And this thing will roll on for the next couple weeks as opposed to being one bill. It will be multiple bills were talking to Rodney Board right now. Let's talk about concurrent jurisdiction for a minute May May confuse a few people. But I did notice that that a a bunch of circuit attorneys or county attorney general's prosecutors got together and signed a letter. Opposing this idea, And I think that's interesting because, you know, I mean, some of them were Republicans. Some of them were Democrats across the state who signed on to this opposing this idea, But I mean, ultimately, isn't it just a matter of having an additional safeguards? That if a prosecutor is not doing their job after 90 days, the attorney general could step in and do something. When I was another layer. I mean, look, the prosecutors that sign on the letter. Most of them are elected. An elected politicians don't want to see elected local politicians because these air circuit attorneys, which is more of a county function, don't try to see the state you served that they feel like Hey, if you could take this hour away in one county, you could take away another, so I think that's their fundamental opposition. I think there's a step in there that no one talked about. Where wasn't it? The attorney general from what I saw could just come in. But after like you said, 90 days if there was no adjudication. Then the circuit attorneys in the local law enforcement to petition for the attorney general to come in and look at the case, and they would have to do that through a local judge. There was a step in now that was just short. Coming in and being able to say I'm going to take this case away. But that got lost on the circuit Attorneys don't want any infringement on their power. Look, I think at the end of the day There. I was a little intrigued by this particular process because there is a mechanism right now on old friend of mine used to used to serve this role in the attorney general's office, where he would go around the state in try cases for local circuit attorney they would invite the Attorney general's office in Either because of conflicts and experience, and they needed help. So it seemed to me if you had a mechanism that would be as you just said Providing additional human resource is because a lot of these Same circuit attorneys complain about being understaffed and overworked and not having the resource is so so, you know, it's like I think there's just desire to protect one's power base, which I certainly understand elected, but I get it. They're also ought to be some kind of way to have a conversation to say. Think about it This way. Nobody really had a big Sit around ST Louis or other parts of the state. When the U. S attorney's office, Jeff Jensen said, I'm going to come in and help. The worst crime in the city through the federal perspective, and I think you know, no one had a big complaint when former mayor sleigh and their crews and ask for Highway Patrol which state officers to come in and help on crime, I think if we could get pushed past some of the political Um, you know, have a conversation, but I've seen when we have asked for Howard Patrol. They were all over the highway. You remember this recently, because right after them come in. I mean, we've seen the U. S attorney's office..