Sensenbrenner lays out what he sees as sensible bipartisan gun legislation


Pledging to continue seeking bipartisan solutions to keep our nation safe, U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner explains the legislation he supported in the house to reduce gun violence. The focus? Compel federal agencies to comply with the National Instant Criminal Background Check System statutes already on the books. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Where each member of Wisconsin’s Congressional delegation stands on net neutrality



The Cap Times runs through the net neutrality position of Wisconsin’s two U.S. Senators and all eight of its House Representatives.

Sensenbrenner rips “peacock” Johnson over tax reform opposition


Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner lambasted fellow Republican Sen. Ron Johnson for “strutting around like a peacock” this week for how he has shown his opposition to tax legislation moving through Congress. > Journal Sentinel

Republican primary dustup proves Paul Ryan is no lightning rod back home


If anyone doubts Paul Ryan’s standing with Republicans back home, this week pretty much set the record straight. When a Republican Senate candidate was caught on tape echoing anti-Ryan sentiments, leading conservatives in Wisconsin immediately rallied around the Speaker. > Washington Examiner

Sensenbrenner defends Ryan, chides GOP U.S. Senate candidate Nicholson


The dean of Wisconsin’s Congressional Republicans apparently is not very happy with Delafield businessman Kevin Nicholson, who is trying to gain the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate. In a highly unusual statement released Thursday, Sensenbrenner took issue with Nicholson’s recent comments about House Speaker Paul Ryan. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Sensenbrenner holding eight more town halls this month


In addition to town halls today in Hartland (9 a.m.) and Fort Atkinson (1 p.m.), U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner is holding town halls between Oct. 27-29 in Rubicon, Neosho, Lebanon, Hubertus, Wauwatosa, and Watertown. You can always find current town hall listings for Wisconsin at the Town Hall Project.

Cap Times: Duffy, Gallagher and Sensenbrenner worse than Trump


Is it possible that a single vote could tell you that a representative lacks the knowledge, the insight, the essential human decency that is necessary to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives? Yes, of course. And such a vote came last week. > Cap Times