A state Assembly panel is scheduled to vote today (Tuesday) on two controversial bills to make more juvenile offenders spend more time behind bars. The measures drew heated debate earlier this month, because the offenders would have to stay in the embattled Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake boys’ and girls’ institutions — where the federal government has spent almost two and one half years investigating inmate abuses that have been alleged in lawsuits. G-O-P Representative Joe Sanfelippo of New Berlin is the lead author of both detention bills. One would end a three year limit for detaining juvenile offenders — and the other would add to the list of offenses that could send youths to the juvenile facilities.