Limits on the public release of police body camera video will be considered by the Wisconsin Assembly this (Thursday) afternoon. Law enforcement says it needs uniform guidelines across the state — but open government advocates say the guidelines are so strict, that videos in cases of public interest may never be released. The Republican bill assumes that all police body camera video will be exempt from the state Open Records Law except cases that involve deaths, injuries, arrests, and searches. Even then, videos would remain secret unless all parties shown in those videos give their consent. Also today (Thursday), the Assembly plans to vote on a bill that would make it a crime to seek sexually explicit and nude photos from children.