(Madison, WI)  —  The Wisconsin Assembly will consider a two year, $76 billion state budget Wednesday. Majority Republicans will reportedly consider some minor, undisclosed changes in the package, which the Joint Finance Committee approved last week after two months of GOP disagreements on how to pay for road work. Easy passage is expected in the Assembly, which has a 64-35 Republican majority. But assuming all Democrats will vote no, Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald can lose no more than three GOP votes in his chamber and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says four Republican senators remain undecided on whether they’ll vote for the current package. Big Bend Republican Dave Craig says a 3.1 percent increase in state spending is a problem for him but Fitzgerald says he’ll propose an amendment to try and appease the holdouts, with a goal of passing the budget on Friday.