Congresswoman Michelle Steel was born in Korea, then embraced the American Dream in the Golden State and emerged as a leader for citizens fed up with high taxes and ever-growing government. Since winning election to the House in 2020, Steel has become a key player on the powerful Ways and Means committee.
Steel, whose staff is led by the first Hasidic Jew ever to serve in the Chief of Staff role, has been a staunch ally to the Jewish community. The House recently passed Steel’s bill to combat foreign influence and antisemitism on American college campuses. Steel is also the author of legislation to extend sanctions on Iran and a bill to make future U.S. aid to the Palestinian Authority contingent on the PA renouncing terrorism.