Doyle wants to bring back automatic gas tax increase
It was three years ago when Gov. Jim Doyle repealed the annual automatic increases in Wisconsin's gasoline tax.
Now, Doyle says he'd like to see the so-called "indexing" return to build up money for road projects in the midst of a $5.4 billion state budget deficit.
The gas tax used to go up every April, based on inflation.
But in 2005, conservatives called it taxation without representation, because nobody ever voted on those tax hikes.