A plan to put strict limits on the public release of police body camera footage has been approved in the Wisconsin Assembly. It passed on a voice vote Thursday — but Democrats were highly critical of the limits proposed by Kewaskum Republican Jesse Kremer, who said the bill is needed to protect crime victims and witnesses. The only footage that could be made public are in cases of deaths, injuries, arrests, and searches — and bystanders in those videos and owners of the buildings shown would have to sign forms approving their public release. Madison Democrat Chris Taylor says the bill makes it too hard for the public to see the body camera footage they’re paying for. Kenosha Democrat Peter Barca says the signoff requirements are ambiguous — and he cannot imagine the Senate approving them.