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History has in place only the south Texas Justice rules case, they don't like it love it. They say we're all round. The subjects Hollings re row and we do roll along. Thanks for tuning in and telling the friend that you hang out here on the other side at Texas. I'm your host Jay west Texas leases we go along broadcasting from the racer car wash studios. Racer car wash voted love express wash for five years running. Stop in the one of five convenient locations for across hub city for the best wash around. See your best location for best wash guaranteed. It racer wash dot com. He oh, something that's kind of been grinding my gears a bought a Toyota tundra. I was side swiped. I was going home from the radio show in. I was on avenue q in Lubbock, if you know avenue Q, it it is a it's almost a highway. I was going over the overpass and some people jumped out from a stop sign and T-Bone me in. It was just a downpour outside when they T-Bone me. 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Was these are some things going through my head right now. So far is you listening in one it'd be plugged in? I've got a question about kill Selga. We got Ross Ramsey coming up about seven minutes from now as we broadcast live. I've got some questions number one Kelso removed from the higher education coordinating air higher education committee in the Senate. Here's my question. How much money did Jon sharp raise for Dan, Patrick at the fundraiser that something that we're looking into here on the program. And I asked that question because of this. If you wanna make the vet school to be a hill die on. How much money's in the kitty from Texas AM for you not to because before all the kill Seliger spat. If you're just listening to the program, go back and listen to the podcast from yesterday listened to Ross Ramsey coming up. Before the spat between kill Seliger and Lieutenant governor, Dan, Patrick there was for appreciate all the people who listen in that office now, by the way. The senate's based budget had put up four million dollars four point one seven million dollars for the vet school. Now. What's known is this the Texas higher education coordinating board wants to see the house and the Senate pass a seventeen million three hundred fifty thousand dollar appropriation for the vet school, which is text full asking price. So it was only four point one seven million and it had a writer on it. That said that these funds will be distributed. If the coordinating board gives approval. Now, I've talked to team people over the past couple of weeks who say this that John Sharp has said that the chancellor Texas Ainum John Sharp has said that he will lay down on this. If it goes to the higher education coordinating board. And I think the reason he's saying that is because John Sharp. Has the Ford Nateing board ice? He's got them singing that battle that aggies wore, you know. And. But it just makes me go back to this on the higher education or on the higher education committee, always say higher education coordinating board. That's the credential bearing board. If you're John Sharp. Do you want kill Seliger who's based on Morello to be the chair of higher education? I don't think you do because then the committee chairman can hold up pieces of legislation that are important to you that A didn't want him to have any leverage in. I think that. I think it's beyond. I think it's beyond rumor to say that it's a plausible theory that John Sharp didn't want kill Selander in that role. And that's the way things rolled from there. And that's what we're going to be looking into because we know that John Sharp and Dan Patrick are both friends with empower Texans empower Texans tried to get killed so eager defeated and have been friends on occasion. At least their spokesperson has sat in Michael. Michael Quinn Sullivan has sat in John sharps booth. And I think it's plausible to say that there's a triumph sprint that's working against the vet school. In getting killed silver off a higher education was number one. This all predated the skirmish that we're going to get into with Ross Ramsey coming up. But it's what I want to kick off this program with and say, I think that there's smoke, and we're going to be looking for the fire right here on the other side of Texas, which is what we do stick with us quickey break. We got Ross Ramsey coming up on the other side of the other side be right back with you. Began. August saw. He is the executive editor of the Texas Tribune. He is Ross Ramsey. Ross ramsey. How are you today? My friend. Doing great. How are you, sir? I need to lay down on your political couch understand what's going on. The Texas legislature. It's all you down with the laugh a minute over here. Tell us let's just get out of the gates with this covered. It a little bit in the opening, but tell us your general thoughts on I know that you got a new piece up at ticks Tribune dog awarded but give us your thoughts on hell Seliger, Anna Lieutenant governor yet or seen anything like this Ross. I, you know, I've seen tips before, you know, they both, you know, they're both doing things that I've, you know, not seen Lieutenant governors or senators generally, do, you know, you have a Senator who's been sideways with the Lieutenant governor before the Lieutenant governor's top political guy. Alain late mover ran the campaign of gunning bitterly from mule shoe against Cal Seliger in the Republican primary last year as a pretty good sign if you're. Publican Senator that the Lieutenant governor is not happy with your work. Now, they both said those Cal celebrating Dan, Patrick said Patrick himself stayed out of that race, and you know, kind of hung it on Ellen blakemore, but still had the overtone of you know, the the Lieutenant governor's Maine's the little guys out in your opponent. And you start their Kellegher won that race got back into the Senate. So he's back and the question is how are things going with those two they had been warring before that race about celebrate the highest -cation committee where he was chairman and the speculation around Austin and around the Senate, frankly, was that Seliger was gonna lose the higher Ed chairmanship because he wasn't you know in line with what the Lieutenant governor wanted to do. So the Lieutenant governor taking away higher education was not a big surprise. It was. A bit of a surprise mild surprise that. He took Seliger all the way off of that committee. A definite surprise that. He took him off of the finance committee with rice the budget and surprise they took him off the education committee, partly because one of the things had been finding about was education funding specifically voucher. So, you know, there's a pile of things here, and you can say that when the Lieutenant governor did the committee assignments he was punishing Seliger. Now, it's not unusual for a Lieutenant governor to to do something like that. It's a little unusual for a Senator to say anything out loud, particularly in the media. But Celera did he told one of our reporters that, you know, he's not it was happy to have the culture committee and thought that was important to west Texas. But thought that the lose taking him off of finance was a disservice to the people in his district. The Lieutenant governor's office responded through spokeswoman and adviser to the Lieutenant governor who said, well, if he doesn't want agriculture if he doesn't think that's important. You know, would find somebody who does like it. Celebrate responded. You know, you were in the middle of this. 'cause he was talking through you at this point Seliger responded that it would I can't remember the phrase, you might introduce his her lips that his dairy and the Lieutenant governor responded to that by calling it a lewd remark and taking away his chairmanship of agriculture. So now, you have a Senator who has been completely defrocked in a Senate where the Lieutenant governor is a Republican needs every Republican vote on some issues and has now put one in jeopardy. So you could say that both of them have put themselves in kind of a pickle. So how does this question I've gotten what teen moms? Has Seliger made himself a larger figure or a smaller figure in the Senate at this point given how crucial his vote is. But today, he's a smaller figure, but it depends on what comes up and win. It comes up. You know today, you know, two days ago. He was a guy with a committee today. He's a guy without a committee. That's why the committee though Ross. I mean, I don't wanna get really is a commune. Well, it is. Yeah. Everything but. I think from where I speak and I'll talk RA guys today. An agriculture committee at the state level is just a committee. That says, hey, keep your nose out of agriculture. It's not a federal. It's not a federal committee. They can't drive policy is seems like a made up thing in my mind. The Lieutenant governor made up a committee because he needed somewhere to stick Selander that. Well, you're either in the leadership or you're not. And now he's not in the leadership. And okay, you know, if you know, the the I think the position you take from like an institutional standpoint is that, you know, there are a certain number of committees in the Senate. There are fewer committees in there are senators and so getting a committee is a Plum, and it puts you in the leadership in some form or fashion this committee, maybe more important than that committee. But no committee having no committee is a lesser job than having any committee. And so that's the first day take on this the second day take on this is, you know, seller going to be a reliable vote when Patrick needs him, and when they're sort of mutual interest, override, whatever Seliger's position might be. So so in a in a case where Seliger is on. The fence on a vote where the Lieutenant governor needs every Republican if Seliger was part of the leadership and owed something to listen a governor. He might say, well, I'm on the fence. I'll give that vote to Dan Patrick now. He's in a position where he doesn't have to give their vote anybody, and he can just go, you know, however, he wants to and on that day. He becomes a powerful member of the Senate because he can make something lie or not lie. So your question kind of has to answer today. He's weaker not in leadership as circumstances develop as this thing unfolds. He's gonna have moments where he might be a very important vote. And you know, they're gonna have to find a way to accommodate each other or to keep fighting. I heard this today from somebody down in the beltway. There is no calendars imagery in the Senate. Until now in that calendars committee is called kill sillier. What do you make of that? I don't think. That's right. I think it's going to be right on on some votes. Most votes are not straight already boats. And you know, that's going to be true on the on the situations where you have to have nineteen votes in the Senate to take up legislation for consideration. And most of what the legislature does is not democrat versus Republican. It's you know, different. It's, you know, maybe earned urban versus rural or trial lawyers versus business or you know, any kind of any number of ways to split things up, and so solid might or might not be the nineteenth vote that you need to make something happen or the or the on the other side of the thirteenth both that you need to stop something. But on those issues where he's that guy. He'll be powerful. He's not the only one the calendars committee in the Senate is really the Lieutenant governor because he decides which moats which bills are coming up for consideration by. The Senate which put in front of the Senate to ask them if they've got nineteen votes to proceed, you know. He is Ross Ramsey executive editor of the Texas Tribune. Let me throw this one at she talked a little bit about unfunded mandates in the role that the governor plays in it. Now ross. So there's been despite as, you know, over the last two or three sessions a lot of people have been paying attention to this where the legislature has debated whether state officials should limit the allowable amount of property tax increases at the local level without a vote. So they're basically saying should your local officials be able to raise your property taxes more than X percent without asking you last session house said, you know, if it's over six percent, they ought to ask voters. The Senate set of it's over four percent. They ought to ask voters. They couldn't get together on a Bill and the governor came in and said, well, you know, really, you're both wrong. It should be two and a half percent. So the issue here is whether they should limit local revenue the cities and counties in the hospital districts and other special districts came back and said, you know, you shouldn't be able to do that. We already have elections and voters already decide. I'd how this has been a go. And besides you keep sending us all these things to do without sending money and part of the reason our taxes are going up is because of your unfunded mandates, and that's been pretty effective argument on some level. That's one of the reasons the legislature has passed a Bill yet, the governor came out in his inauguration speech, and we'll probably hear more from him about this as as we go along, but he said in his inauguration speech that the state ought to abolish unfunded mandates. And if he's serious about that that either means stop requiring local officials to do these things altogether or since state money along when you require them to do these things, you know, one of the one of the big ones is who pays for indigent defense when someone's accused of crime and can't afford a lawyer and right now, the state makes up I think it's about forty million dollars out of about a quarter billion dollars that total cost of the. Local officials around the state have to local taxpayers have to pay the other two hundred million dollars. If the state was serious about stepping up. There's that one's got a pretty big price tag on it. And there are other bigger ones along the way, you know, there's jail costs. There are mental health costs. There's all kinds of things that the state requires local governments to do, but doesn't send the money along to help pay due to do. Yeah. So the governor is stepping into the fray to be an opponent on unfunded mandates. Well, he sounds like he's the cities in the county side, and you know, to some extent just by saying, you know, we ought to outlaw these things and okay, right? And if and if they outlawed them, then they wouldn't be on the hook. And the state could say we're gonna limit your revenue, and he would have taken away the argument that. The state's requiring them to spend money without giving them the means to raise it. The scene, and that's what I was saying the other. Okay. That's that's the deal with talk with you Ross is I'm okay. And then there's the semi colon. And then it's like, okay. It's the way these conversations work as we talk Ross rains as we do on Wednesdays here. House appointments come out. We know who the lieutenants are and who the lieutenants aren't at this point, what stuck out to you today is the house appointments, it committee appointments came out. You know, there are a lot of new faces. You know, the thing that really stuck out there. You know, you have a new speaker, and on some level, you, you know, you think that there might be some changes because the new speaker is going to have different friends than the old speaker, and they named the committee's is when you find out how big those changes are. And the changes are pretty big. There's some big there's some new names in here. Some interesting players some players from you know, you're part of the country Dustin boroughs, going very important committee and the four. Big sort of big cities in the tech the forbid committees in the Texas house, appropriations, which writes, the budget ways, and means which is where tax bills start calendars, which is the committee that says which bills you're going to take up, and when you're gonna take them up and state affairs, which is a repository for a lot of stuff that you know, is important and big and doesn't have a specific place to go one of the sort of famous chairman of state affairs, along the way was a guy named Pete Laney. You may remember him. So Dustin boroughs got the state affairs committee, which was a surprise to a lot of people are weighing ways. Sorry ways, and means it puts him in a place to play a big hand in this property tax bite that the governor who attend governor and speaker as one of the two items they wanna get done this year. Yeah. And then four price on calendar and surprise on calendars. That's a huge committee. That's the one that controls the flow of legislation in house, a lot of bills go into the calendars committee and never come out. It's kind of the hotel California of committees. And they decide when bills from how they come out, and in what order, and whether they're, you know, all alone where they're really gonna get considered or whether they're in a pack of bills that will never see the light of day. Yeah. And then state affairs is. I don't have it all the time. Suddenly blanking. But the you know, you go through these committees. And you get a bunch of of new faces and new names. And you know, I don't have it in front of me either. So we're we're just gonna have to suffer out here. That's all right. The whole list has thirty four committees on it. And you know, bonding has named a bunch of people to committees that you didn't expect these displaced some people drew Darby who was a big opponent of his or one of the probably the fiercest or the or the most likely alternates him speaker got demoted in a lot of ways. He's not a chairman of a committee. Now, that's to be expected in these things and for here we see how it plays out. We see you know, who's who really knows what they're doing. And who doesn't really know what they're doing? Yeah. It's Dade feeling is. Thank you. They feel sorry for efforting. There. Also, you know about Leland is a is a is another new face. He's another guy that. That you know, probably wasn't on most people's maps. He wasn't in the leadership and Joe Strauss's house, the committee chairman's dinner that it's a kind of a regular feature of a regular session of the legislature is going to have a bunch of new people at the tables. And that's where Dennis bonding is going to, you know, exercise a lot of his power and try to get a lot of you know, determine how the house moves. Yeah. Ross Ramsey is active editor of the Texas Tribune Ross, whatever give us some closing thoughts here over the next minute or two. You know, we've got the committees in both the house and the Senate are set. Now, they will begin referring bills, and you know, if you know legislative session starts a little bit like a roller coaster. You're all excited and you get to that. I hail and it kind of goes click. Click click, click, click up the hill, it seems like forever. And then the thing goes, really fast. We're in the uphill part of this. But it's going to speed up pretty quickly. The committees are names now they will start sending bills to the committee. They'll start meeting hearing testimony, the governor will give a state of the state speech on February fifth when I think he's going to spell out some of the things that he wants to do probably be more specific about the school finance plan and a property tax plan. And then this thing's gonna accelerate very quickly. And you know, the all the beginning stuff in the legislature. You know, the fixing to part is going to be over in a minute. And the actual doing will be underway. And you can fold all along there with Ross Ramsey following on Twitter at Ross Ramsey busy day here at the program. Busy couple days. Purchase making tons of money. Always apply to we'll talk to you. All right talk to you next week. Ross Ramsey, ladies and gentlemen, gonna get into quickey break and get back in with the program in the saints want to follow a lawsuit and candy hearts aren't going to be around this Valentine's Day. And I'm not sad about it. I I'm not said at all I don't like those things get into that in a little bit more as we were alone here on the program. Overtake not then she'll off your bone got food. On the. Asami made you sale. Sanjay and for something steel care about booking. Manny. Sherry texting in saying that's a great conspiracy theory on John Sharp and kill soldier higher education. Sherry I don't think it's conspiracy. I think that it's just a matter of going through. And I don't know if you meant that. As a slider. Not I'm gonna. My New Year's resolution was to give people the opportunity to meet my worse expectation. So I think that it's a matter that has to be looked at in follow the money. Where's the money and how much money was raised for Lieutenant governor? And it makes a lot of sense to get killed seller out of that position something that I've been looking at speaking of positions. I don't know how many of you watched NFL last weekend. But this from Yahoo sports the world spins forward. But some New Orleans Saints fans wanted to go backward. In C of Phileas, excuse me in B C affiliate W, D S. You first reported on Monday that the saints related lawsuit has been filed in New Orleans civil district court. The suit seeks to have the NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell enforce a rule that would allow the end of the disputed saints. Los Angeles Rams game to be replayed due to the missed pass interference call in the fourth quarter. You saw whole Cogan if you're on Twitter. Ho Cogan posted a photo of him photo shopped drop kicking Michael Thomas on the sidelines wide receiver for the saints. That's that's good fun. The saints lost that game. In overtime. A mini fans. Have missed have blamed the miscall, according to the New Orleans advocate saints ticket season holders, Tommy Bado. And of course, his name's Tommy Budo B A D E A U X and Candice Lambert hired personal injury. Lawyer to follow lawsuit against the NFL angle on their behalf in on the behalf of the entire who DAT nation. The suit claims the saints fan suffered incredible damages. From the miscall, including mental anguish emotional trauma loss of enjoyment of life and more including a loss of faith in the NFL. Here's a snippet of the damages section via the advocate as a direct result of said incident, plaintiffs herein had been left bereft and with no faith in the National Football League for fairness despite the league's own rules to correct such errors. Along with emotional anguish monetary loss for ticket holders whose purchases who purchases tickets with the presumption of integrity and fairness who knew you could sue the NFL over loss of faith. Once people realize that the NFL will be up to their necks in lawsuits, the suit doesn't specify any recourse, financial or otherwise. But the advocate reported that the suit did note rule seventeen section to article three of the NFL book, which gives Goodale the power to have a game or part of a game replay due to quote extraordinary circumstances, a blown call from extraordinary is far from extrordinary, but some faint saints fans, obviously believe this. Particular blown call is different than every other blown call that has ever happened in the NFL. So saints fans are they overreacting? Sore losers. I don't know. But I think it's fascinating that we've got that kind of lawsuit up in the courts right now and see how the NFL begins to deal with that. You know, Ross brought up the name dozen borough. Somebody who's not always been one of my favorites. But somebody who I think deserves some credit at this point has used a position as caucus chair of the Republican caucus and done it pretty effectively, and I mentioned him yesterday in I'll mention him again here. The criticism has been effectivity. But I think certainly effective whenever you look at Ross Ramsey delineate the four big committees in to be named one of the four big committee chairman a oh hats off to Desam borough. See can't see otherwise that you know, things can change in in a heartbeat. The speaker can change there can be all the dynamics that we've gone over with kill Seliger things can change. But for the time being hats off to Dawson boroughs, and I don't want to go through the whole diatribe from yesterday. But as certainly been affective one other thing, I wanna get into here in this break is America's favorite Valentine's can. Candy is unavailable this year. How did this happen? These candy hearts with messages won't be available. This year sweethearts the conversation. Heart candy is missing from shells. This Valentine's season after its original producer went out of business last year. Even though consumers might think chocolate when it comes to buying Valentine's gift for a loved. One candy store dot com reported that conversation hearts were the most popular candy for two thousand eighteen the popularity of the candy didn't keep its original producer New England, candy, confectionery company, also known as Niko from going out of business in July round hill. Investments bought Nico in an auction, but sold its Nico. Wafer brand in sweethearts to Spangler candy company. Several months later Spangler is best known candy is the dum dum lollipops who amongst us is not dumb dumbs for their children. The candy company and cannot riff for just second. We just did speaking children three science fair projects for our kids. And we started this like in early December delivered them this morning all a Louisa that they're done. Holy cow. It's a lot of pressure being apparent with three kids who are twenty months apart. We've got the eleven year old in then the two nine year olds nine year old twins in a whole lot of pressure there. If I might say so myself to get that stuff together. I walked into school this morning with a big smile on my face, the liberating our science, fair project boards and not just a big small. But a big relief. Oh, my face to get those out of our house, grace went on with she measured. Magnetic objects win when there would be a force of the magnet that compelled compelled. I don't even know what I'm saying right now it shows you the acumen on these projects, but drug the other magnets forward. Sam put salt in cups in figure it out which Cup could how much salt within the Mason. Jar would dra- would bring the ball to the top. And Jack did a little magnetic force tests use a magnetic force was the name of the story. Board and. What a two inch magnet could drag up with regards to half inch magnets. And if you're wondering it could drag up its own weight for half inch magnets to a two inch magnets. The candy company acquired the brands in September. And did not have the time to produce the conversation hearts for this Valentine's Day, Valentine's Day canceled quote. There are a lot of manufacturing challenges in unanswered questions at this point, and we wanna to make sure these brands meet consumer expectations when they reenter the market Spangler chairman and CEO Kirk Voss Shaw said in announcing the acquisition, the company is planning to relaunch sweethearts in time for next year's Valentine's Day. Nico wafers will be Rian do re introduced sometime this year. So there's the latest on your conversation hearts there. We bring that to you with pride here on other side at Texas once quick break tell you what we got. Coming up the rest of the week in next week here on the program stick right with us. Good stuff ahead right here on the other side. Play. Batty. Brought you own. Again, a lot of heat for bringing a lot of heat to Republicans with they are who is in charge in Texas right now. But to be fair, I want to take a moment here before I tell you what's coming up on the program. One of the least credible people leading this country right now is Sheila jackson-lee Sheila jackson-lee from down the Houston way. She is resigning now from two posts. After an aide says, she was fired for reporting sexual assault. Dateline washington. New York Times Representative Sheila jackson-lee facing fallout from lawsuit claiming she fired an aide who said she was sexually assaulted by supervisor at the Congressional Black caucus foundation sent on Wednesday. She decided to resign from the foundation as chairwoman miss Jackson Lee who cannot say to coach in paragraphs, that's Mon comment. A Texas democrat in her thirteenth term. Also stepped aside temporarily from an important House Judiciary subcommittee chairmanship, the committee said miss Jackson Lee, made the decision to step aside from both roles as pressure was growing within her own party to account for the claims in January eleven lawsuit. Brought by woman who worked in her congressional office in who said she was sexually assaulted by black caucus foundation. Supervisor miss Jackson Lee has adamantly denied she was fired from four retribution after the woman indicated she wanted to pursue legal action. But she planned to say Wednesday that she would not step aside. None the less. Members of the black congressional congress. I'm sorry. Congressional Black caucus foundation board had given miss jackson-lee in ultimatum last week after claims became public stepped down as chairwoman or face a vote of removal as soon as next week. According to an official familiar with conversations who was not authorized to. Discuss them. So Sheila jackson-lee stepping down from two posts this, according to the New York Times. Hey tomorrow on the program. We're going to have some technology Thursday with our friend, Mike bazaar. Also, get him with kin king will have our friend. Daniel we're going to give him the microphone again. Daniel the digital guru millennial jump in with us on Friday on the show next week looking forward to John Cornyn will heard Ross Ramsey, maybe bud. Kennedy a whole host guests lined up for us next week on the program. Appreciate you tuning in. Appreciate your emails as well. Jay. At other side of Texas dot com with your thoughts. You can always follow me along on Twitter at j Leeson on Twitter. And then you follow the show long on Facebook other side at Texas. Just look for other side of Texas at O S T X show on Twitter. And as always if you miss an episode of the program, you can always go anywhere. You can get a podcast you can just search for other side of Texas. 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