A Wisconsin panel has endorsed a bill to end the requirement that 16-and-17-year-olds get state permits and parental approval to get jobs. The Legislature’s Joint Finance Committee voted 12-4 Monday to advance the measure. Assembly Republican Amy Loudenbeck of Clinton says it would help teens with absent parents support themselves — while Milwaukee Senate Democrat Lena Taylor says it would remove a major protection for young people. The finance panel also voted 12-4 against a plan to help buy ten acres to preserve a natural area in Dane County — and it voted unanimously in favor of spending eleven-million dollars more each year to help underserved areas get high speed Internet service.