The Statehouse Spin Cycle on Sine Die 

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Although Republicans and Democrats are offering different perspectives on the 2014 legislative session, they admit there were places were common ground was reached to offer bipartisan solutions to major issues.

Both sides agreed on expanding pre-K vouchers as well as reforming the criminal code, but they disagreed on the effect and impact of giving local governments the ability to repeal the business personal property tax.

Indy Politics has audio below from all five media availabilities today. Each has the length of the interviews as well as the time stamp for when the Q & A period starts with reporters.

Governor Mike Pence (30 min/5:20)

House Speaker Brian Bosma (26 min/5:56)

House Democratic Leader Scott Pelath (20 min/6:15)

Senate President Pro Tempore David Long (51 min/9:30)

Senate Minority Leader Tim Lanane (25 min/5:55)

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