A busy week begins today (Tuesday) in the Wisconsin Legislature, as the Senate considers the state’s incentive package for Foxconn. The Assembly has approved almost three-billion dollars in tax breaks and environmental law exemptions to encourage Foxconn to put its first U-S smartphone and T-V screen plant in Racine County with a promise of up to 13-thousand jobs. Last week, the Joint Finance Committee added several amendments — including a controversial plan to let Foxconn and its legal opponents bypass the state appellate court and let only the Supreme Court hear appeals. The Assembly would have to ratify the changes the Senate approves, and that’s expected to happen on Thursday. Also, the Assembly will meet tomorrow (Wednesday) to act on a new two year state budget that’s two and half months overdue.