The Wisconsin Assembly is scheduled to act on more than 30 bills today (Thursday) in its first session since passing a state budget and billions in incentives for Foxconn. One measure to be considered would put more limits on insurance coverage for abortions in state government health plans. Current law only allows coverage for abortions that are medically necessary — and the new bill would only allow them in cases of rape and incest, or if the mother’s life is in danger. Also today, the Assembly is expected to end the state’s 19-year-old moratorium on new sulfide mines. Another bill would end the age limit for children who want to hunt, thus allowing those nine and younger to hunt for the first time.