Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers says there might be some small tax increases, but he feels the budget he is backing is “pretty close” to his campaign promise not to raise taxes.  The plan includes one-point-three-billion dollars in new taxes and higher fees.  The Democrat says he believes Republicans can work with him to find a consensus.  Evers’ budget includes 688-million dollars in tax increases based on eliminating a capital gains exemption and 600-million which would come from a higher gas tax and fees charged for vehicle registrations.