A House budget panel on Tuesday, gave it’s support to a $6.4 billion budget plan that doesn’t balance without tax increases. The budget, according to the Associated Press, which was approved by the House Appropriations Committee, would fall about $133.6 million short if the Legislature does not increase taxes on alcohol and cigarettes, as Gov. Sam Brownback has recommended. Both chambers already have approved the largest portion of the state budget by passing the governor’s school funding overhaul. Brownback is expected to sign the plan later this week.