This week in the Kentucky General Assembly, budget negotiations ground to a halt with time running out on the legislative session.

Gov. Matt Bevin cut higher education budgets for the current fiscal year, but Attorney General Andy Beshear says he’ll take Bevin to court if the governor doesn’t rescind the move.

As the old song goes, “the landscape is the grandest and the politics the … dangdest … in Kentucky.”

In the latest edition of Kentucky Politics Distilled, Capitol reporter Ryland Barton recaps what happened and looks ahead to what might be next.

Suggested reading:

Attorney General Tells Bevin To Rescind Education Cuts, Threatens Suit

Budget Impasse Remains As Clock Ticks On Legislative Session

Bevin Administration Knew Of Benefind Problems Before Rollout

Kentucky’s Felony Expungement Bill Nears Final Passage

Official Charged With Bribery ‘Double-Dipped’ On State Pay

Kentucky Politics Distilled is our weekly rundown of the big news — and sometimes the odd news — happening in the state Capitol.

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Ryland Barton is the Managing Editor for Collaboratives.