Governor Jim Doyle Tuesday again called on state legislators to get the budget job done. The governor met in Eau Claire with area school superintendents, who say they're having a hard time planning for the coming school year, which starts next week, when they don't know what they'll have to work with. Doyle compared state lawmakers to procrastinating students. "It is now nearly seven months that this budget has been in front of the legislature," he noted. "It's a little bit like having an assignment due, and it's now past due." Doyle said part of the legislature's job is to send him a budget that he'll sign. "I am not going to sign a budget that cuts education in this state by $130 million. So, let's get real about this." State law requires the budget to be completed by July 1, though there are no penalties for being late. Wisconsin is the last state in the nation to pass its budget this year. Doyle met at North High School in Eau Claire with Eau Claire superintendent James Leary, Altoona superintendent Greg Fahrman, and Augusta superintendent Stephen Lafave.