Doyle goes for hospital tax to help fix budget hole
To help make up an estimated $652 million state budget shortfall caused by lower than estimated tax revenues, Gov. Jim Doyle is once again proposing a tax on hospital revenues.
Doyle's secretary for the Wisconsin Department of Administration, Michael Morgan, presented the administration's plan to fill the projected budget hole to legislative leaders on Monday.
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