Governor Scott Walker says he’ll sign the bill that relaxes rules on high capacity water wells, after the Assembly gave final legislative approval to the measure. The lower House voted 64-35 in favor of what the Republican Walker calls a necessary step to help agriculture. Joel Kitchens of Sturgeon Bay cast the only Republican no vote, joining Democrats who say the bill weakens oversight of public waters in addition to the larger wells used by potato and cranberry growers, among others. Also, the Assembly voted 64-35 to end the required work permits for 16-and-17-year-olds, no longer requiring permission from their parents to get jobs. Supporters say teens with absent parents would have an easier time going to work, while Democrats say it would be harder for parents to know what their teens are doing.