So, a legislatire passes and a governor signs a budget, and then a gerrymandered legislator can put a hold on distributing the money? I don't think that's how it's supposed to work, but here, nothing's over until the MINjority twists the rules enough to "win."
Now, it looks like threats of not finalizing confirmation of one regent (another abnormal behavior by the hostage-takers) may cause her to switch her vote. Bad precedent. Bad governance. Still no input on the "deal" from students and staff.