Wisconsin Republican Rep. James Sensenbrenner, one of the most influential members of Congress on criminal justice issues, will not seek re-election next year after four decades on Capitol Hill.

In recent years, Sensenbrenner was best known in criminal justice circles for advocating the 2006 Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act, which includes the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA) which established minimum baselines for states to track sex offenders.


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