Four black state Assembly members say at least one of them should be on a task force to study the need for a new prison. The state budget calls for the governor and legislative leaders to appoint members — and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says Assembly Speaker Robin Vos has named three whites, Republicans David Steffen, Michael Schraa, and Mark Born. Four black Milwaukee Democrats — Leon Young, Jason Fields, David Bowen, and David Crowley — responded by asking that one of them be named. They say the panel deserves black representation because blacks have a disproportionate percentage of people in prison compared to their share of the state’s population. Vos’s office says no blacks asked to serve before the speaker made his appointments, and the Senate did appoint one black to the task force, Milwaukee’s LaTonya Johnson.