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The U.S. Representative for Wisconsin's 5th congressional district, serving since 1979.
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ENG: Frank James (Jim) Sensenbrenner, Jr. (born June 14, 1943) is an American politician who has been a member of the Republican Party in the United States House of Representatives since 1979, representing Wisconsin's 5th congressional district. The district, the state's richest, includes many of Milwaukee's northern and western suburbs, and extends into rural Jefferson County. It was numbered as the 9th District until 2003. He has been a strong proponent of the Bush Administration's War on Terror. He is the former Chairman of the House Science Committee and the former Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee; when the Republicans lost control of the House, he finished his six-year term as Chairman, and was not able to be chosen as the Judiciary Committee's ranking minority member ...
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Sensenbrenner discusses a wide range of topics

U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, R-Wisconsin, made a winter town hall appearance Monday morning at the Sullivan Village Hall, meeting with constituents to discuss everything from his ongoing battle against higher taxes to the proper destination of Canadian oil. “I have a most responsible voting record against higher taxes,” Sensenbrenner told a very small but politically passionate group gathered for the session — among its members was Assembly District 31 Rep. Steve Nass, R-Elkhorn. Sensenbrenner said he is proud of that voting record. “But I have voted against a lot of ...

Congressman critical of Obama's address

Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI) joined State Rep. Don Pridemore (R-Hartford) at Sussex Village Hall on Jan. 27 to speak with their constituents. Residents posed a host of questions to Sensenbrenner, asking him about the state of the U.S. Postal Service, the federal budget, taxes, military base closures, and his thoughts on President Obama's State of the Union address. When asked about the postal service, the GOP lawmaker said, "There are going to have to be some changes made. I don't think we need six-day-a-week mail. I do think that getting rid of Saturday delivery may be a mistake, ...

Sensenbrenner Insults Michelle Obama's 'Big Butt'!

We know we're in a nasty political climate but partisanship has gone way, way too far when a Republican Congressman attacks the First Lady for having a 'large posterior.' Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner you are a rude dude. You recently were heard complaining loudly at the Delta Crown lounge at Reagan National Airport in Washington, D.C., that Michelle Obama should practice what she preaches with her "Let's Move" campaign, promoting healthy eating and exercise habits."She lectures us on eating right while she has a large posterior herself," he complained on the phone. In other words, ...

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Sensenbrenner, Scott Introduce Bipartisan, State-tested Criminal Justice Reform Legislation
  Two years after beginning an intensive, comprehensive review of the federal criminal justice system as the leaders of the Over-Criminalization Task Force, Representatives Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI) and Bobby Scott (D-VA) today introduced bipartisan, state-tested legislation aimed at safely reining in the size and associated costs of the federal criminal code and prison system. The Safe, Accountable, Fair, and Effective (SAFE) Justice Act of 2015 takes a broad-based approach to improving the federal sentencing and corrections system, from front-end sentencing reform to back-end release policies.  It is also the first bill that addresses the federal supervision system – ensuring that probation does a better job stopping the revolving door at federal prisons.  The legislation, which is inspired by the successes of states across the country, will reduce recidivism, concentrate prison space on violent and career criminals, increase the use of evidence-based alternative
House lawmakers unveil bipartisan criminal reform bill
A bipartisan pair of lawmakers on Thursday unveiled a comprehensive criminal reform bill aimed at reducing the federal prison population.   The Safe, Accountable, Fair, and Effective (SAFE) Justice Act from Reps. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.) and Bobby Scott (D-Va.) calls for new rehabilitation methods and sentencing reforms.   The bill is the result of the House Judiciary Committee's over-criminalization task force which examined ways to reform federal prisons. The lawmakers discussed their legislation, alongside six co-sponsors, at a press conference Thursday afternoon.   Sensenbrenner said the bill was intended to reverse the staggering increase in the prison population, which has quadrupled in the last 30 years. Despite increased incarceration and spending on prisons, recidivism still remains a problem, he also noted.   The bill applies mandatory minimums only to major crimes, and “expands recidivism reduction programming to incentivize and reward thos
EPA Late with Sensenbrenner's Request for More Information on Ethanol Labels and Misfueling
Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.) today sent the following letter to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy regarding his earlier request for the EPA’s position on numerous enquiries, including E15 labels, misfueling, and Clean Air Act enforcement: Dear Administrator McCarthy: I write to you regarding my letter dated May 12, 2015.  The letter requested a response by June 1, 2015, but to date, we have not received one.    I specifically asked for a June 1 response because the summer volatility season begins that day, and the EPA’s position is of great interest to the American public.  Consumers have a right to know that fuels are safe and that retailers are using approved labels to prevent misfueling.  And Congress has to have confidence that the EPA is enforcing labeling requirements and Section 211(h)(1) of the Clean Air Act.  I look forward to your prompt response.  
Sensenbrenner Announces RFS Sunset Legislation
Today, Congressman Sensenbrenner introduced legislation to sunset the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) after 2022 if the EPA waived specific volume requirements. The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 created what is known as the “reset” section of the RFS.  If the EPA Administrator waives applicable volumes of the RFS by at least 20 percent for two consecutive years, or by at least 50 percent for a single year, then the EPA is required to modify subsequent RFS volumes starting in 2016.  Sensenbrenner’s RFS Sunset legislation is based on the reset section of the EISA of 2007. Congressman Sensenbrenner: “The RFS mandates have proven to be an unworkable policy that requires constant updating by the EPA Administrator. In May, the EPA finally released the volume requirements for 2014; 18 months late.  If that doesn’t prove that the RFS is bad policy, then I don’t know what does.  We haven’t succeeded in repealing the RFS, so it’s time we look fo

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