Rep. Sensenbrenner Statement on President Trump’s Executive Order on Privacy
“I urge our European allies to be patient as we transition into the new Administration...”
Congressman Sensenbrenner: “I urge our European allies to be patient as we transition into the new Administration, especially referring to President Trump’s new executive order on privacy. The order specifically says, “to the extent applicable with current law.” That means that all current laws supporting the Privacy Shield and the Umbrella Agreement remain in full effect. This includes the Judicial Redress Act. It would take an act of Congress to repeal it and there is no effort I’m aware of in either Congress or the Administration to do so. I remain committed to supporting both the Privacy Shield and the Umbrella Agreement—they are important pillars supporting the Transatlantic Relationship. I am prepared to defend them if they’re challenged, but the Trump administration has not done anything to undermine them. This is a false alarm.”
Press Releases by U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner - Page 4
Congressman Sensenbrenner Introduces Childcare Assistance Bill to Help American Families and BusinessesSep 8th, 2016 by U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner
“The cost of reliable, quality childcare has risen dramatically over the years. Changes to the Dependent Care Assistance Program are necessary to give our hardworking families a hand up and to ensure our businesses have a focused, productive workforce.”
State of Economy and Direction of the Country Among Biggest Concerns Listed in the 2016 Fifth District Survey ResultsSep 1st, 2016 by U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner
The annual district survey is another tool Congressman Sensenbrenner uses to ensure he is best serving those he represents.
Wisconsin delegation requests increased patient access to oropharyngeal strengthening therapy.
"We commend the Department’s efforts to guarantee the fair and efficient licensing of public performance rights for musical works.'
Deaths from prescription opioids and heroin set a record in 2014, climbing to 28,647.
The Rapid DNA Act would establish a system for the integration of Rapid DNA instruments for use by law enforcement to help reduce DNA backlog.
“Bill Clinton should not be soliciting a conversation with the Attorney General while her Department is investigating his wife.”
"The city met every environmental requirement, resulting in today’s unanimous approval granting Waukesha access to Lake Michigan water."
“Proposing that nearly 19 billion gallons of ethanol be incorporated into the fuel supply is another example of excessive EPA bureaucratic over-reach...”
It increases the availability of attorney fees for innocent owners, and places a higher burden of proof on the government.
Addiction to opioids such as heroin, morphine, and other prescription pain medicines, has a devastating hold on this country.