The Wisconsin Assembly plans to vote this (Thursday) afternoon on a constitutional amendment to give crime victims more rights. Among other things, they could have a say in more court and parole proceedings — and they could say no to making depositions and being interviewed by defense lawyers. The Senate okayed the amendment Tuesday, and it would have to be approved again in the next session before going to the voters for a final endorsement. Also today (Thursday), the Assembly will consider dumping continuing education requirements for barbers and cosmetologists and making it easier to get licenses. Other bills up in the lower house would let farmers grow industrial hemp — let communities give grants and loans to homeowners to replace water pipes with lead — renew penalties for parents who host drinking parties for their childrens’ underage friends — let more students opt out of state achievement tests — and end the six month waiting period to remarry after a divorce.