MADISON - Gov. Jim Doyle says he disagrees
with a couple of the major state budget revisions being pushed by
Doyle said Wednesday he favors keeping
a new tax on oil companies as he introduced. Senate Democrats want to
eliminate it and the Assembly's version allows oil companies to pass
the tax along to consumers at the pump up to 4.4 cents a gallon.
Doyle says he also disagrees with the
Senate's plan to increase capital gains taxes more than he proposed.
But Doyle says his focus is on seeing
the Senate quickly pass the budget and start negotiating with Assembly
leaders on a compromise.
The Senate is expected to pass the