Republican from Wisconsin
U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, R-Wis., has served in Congress since 1979. He represents a district covering Milwaukee suburbs.
Recent statements involving Jim Sensenbrenner
"Currently, it takes up to 25 years to obtain U.S. citizenship legally" but the Senate bill "would allow immigrants who came to the United States illegally to obtain citizenship in just 13 years."
Recent stories featuring Jim Sensenbrenner
Over the past year, we have done a number of articles related to veterans and the military.
They include factchecks of statements made by Wisconsin congressional representatives Paul Ryan and Gwen Moore, among others.
Today we introduce a new feature: the High Five.
We’ll recap the five PolitiFact Wisconsin items that received the most page-views at PolitiFact Wisconsin during the previous month.
In May, they included a one drink maximum; a girl, an injured woodpecker and the FBI; repeated hand-washing and a memorable Clinton vs. Johnson moment.
As the Supreme Court mulls over the fate of the Voting Rights Act, House Democrat Gwen Moore cites House Republican Jim Sensenbrenner's backing of the landmark law as she advocates for saving it.
But do the pair really agree on what constitutes a threat to voting rights? We take a look.
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