The Legislature's Joint Finance Committee last month approved two new special agents and three new computer forensic analysts for the Internet Crimes Against Children taskforce. But Attorney General JB Van Hollen says that's not enough.

More than 15,000 computers in Wisconsin offer to share child pornography each year. Van Hollen says that's a good enough reason for lawmakers to approve six new agents to the taskforce. Van Hollen predicts the agents would be able to open more than 200 new investigations a year, if approved.

WSAU's Matt Lehman contributed to this report

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