Seven more bills aimed at fighting opioid and heroin abuse in Wisconsin have been endorsed by the state Legislature’s finance committee. All seven measures were among eleven included in a special session on the topic. The panel voted 16 to nothing in favor of the bills — some of which would pay for up to three regional opioid treatment programs. They would also create a new charter school for recovering addicts, give counties two-million dollars per year to treat drug and alcohol offenders, hire more state Justice agents for drug trafficking cases, and give mental health training to schools and teachers. Lawmakers have passed numerous measures in recent years to address abuses of heroin and opioids.