CHICAGO - Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle unveiled a $62.7 billion budget for the next two fiscal years that eliminates a nearly $6 billion deficit through spending cuts, federal stimulus dollars, and a series of tax and fee increases.

The Democratic governor proposes chipping away at the deficit by cutting about $2.2 billion through a 1% across-the-board reduction in program costs, including aid to local governments, and the elimination of some services.

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