EPA strengthened it's regulations for residential wood-burning stoves on February 3, 2015 in an effort to reduce air pollution.
Wisconsin legislators have decided that we don't need these regulations and have introduced a bill that would prevent WDNR from promulgating the new standards:
"This bill prohibits [the Wisconsin] DNR from promulgating a rule, or enforcing a federal regulation, that specifies a new source performance standard or other emission standard for residential or commercial wood stoves that is more stringent than any new source performance standard in effect on December 31, 2014."
I don't understand how this is helpful to preserving our environment or promoting the health of Wisconsin residents.
Information on new EPA standards: http://www2.epa.gov/residential-wood-heaters/final-new-source-performance-standards-residential-wood-heaters