This week in Frankfort, legislators and others spoke at great lengths about the state budget — but with few details about how Gov. Matt Bevin’s proposed cuts would be implemented.

A lawmaker clashed with the new Health and Family Services Cabinet secretary over the lack of budget specifics, and the chief justice of the Kentucky Supreme Court says the cuts will force the judicial branch to shut down for three weeks.

Also, a religious freedom bill threatens to override local anti-discrimination laws.

Here is this week’s edition of Kentucky Politics Distilled. (Listen in the audio player above.)

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Ryland Barton is the Managing Editor for Collaboratives.