The Wisconsin Assembly will take up a Republican-backed bill to remove age limits for anybody who wants to hunt in the state.  Approval in the vote next Thursday would send the legislation on to the Senate.  For now, you have to be 12 years old to buy a hunting license or hunt with a gun.  Hunters as young as 10 can participate in an annual mentored hunt.  The new bill would also eliminate the restriction that the hunter and mentor carry only one gun, bow or cross bow at a time.