The Wisconsin Senate majority leader says lawmakers should pass an overdue state budget instead of hurrying to give record tax breaks to Foxconn. Scott Fitzgerald says his Republican colleagues want to know more about the effects of the proposed three-billion-dollar incentive package for Foxconn’s new L-C-D screen plant in southeast Wisconsin — and they’re waiting for an analysis from the Legislative Fiscal Bureau that’s due out later this month. An Assembly panel plans a public hearing tomorrow (Thursday) on the Foxconn incentives, with a committee vote next week and a vote by the full lower house in mid August. Fitzgerald says the focus now should be on getting school and highway funding set and pass a budget that was supposed to take effect July first. Governor Scott Walker says a few weeks of debate on Foxconn is a “pretty good amount of time” — and he’s open to what he calls “small changes” while letting the state “pay for growth” by granting incentives as Foxconn meets certain job targets.