The Wisconsin Assembly has sent a bill to Governor Scott Walker to make guards at the state’s juvenile institutions report child abuse. It’s the first legislative action that addresses alleged inmate abuse that the F-B-I is investigating at the state’s Lincoln Hills boys school and the Copper Lake girls’ school, both in Lincoln County. Also Wednesday, the Assembly okayed several bills to force people getting government assistance to follow work and/or drug testing requirements. Democrats opposed the bills — including a pilot program for a work mandate for those living in federally subsidized housing outside Dane and Milwaukee counties. G-O-P lawmakers say it would make recipients more self sufficient, while Democrats say it would increase homelessness.