MADISON, Wis. (AP) – The Wisconsin Assembly is poised to vote on a bill that would bar police from tracking cellphone locations without a warrant. The warrant application would have to identify the phone, the owners or whoever is possessing it, the subject of the investigation, a statement of the crime and a statement of probable cause to believe criminal activity has been, is or will be afoot and how tracking the device will yield relevant information.┬áThe bill passed the Assembly’s judiciary committee on a 9-0 vote earlier this month. The full Assembly is set to take it up Thursday.