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Audio Included in Post. Runs 42 Minutes. Audio ©2011 WTLC/Radio One. Afternoons with Amos, the first Indiana radio station to broadcast live from Indiana’s Legislature, began its 8th year of broadcasts live from the State Capitol. Amos talked with Democratic and Republican legislators about the major issues in this year’s Legislature. In Part Two of the program, State Rep. David Frizzell (R-Indy, Greenwood), Mary Ann Sullivan (D-Indy) and John Bartlett (D-Indy) discussed their differences and common ground on education reform, sentencing reform and putting Hoosiers back to work. State Rep. Mike Speedy (R Indy) talked about how education reform would impact his district. Activist and PBS Host Tavis Smiley and Dr. Cornel West talked about the issues from a national perspective and wondered if Congressman Mike Pence would run for Governor and Governor Mitch Daniels would run for President.  And new Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry explained why drunk driving charges were reinstated against IMPD Officer David Bisard.