April 25 Lunch Features David Stewart of Ways and Means
David Stewart, Majority Staff Director to Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Ways and Means, was the U.S. Capitol Historical Society’s (USCHS) honored guest at the Congressional Staff event on April 25.
Stewart joined over 30 members of the USCHS Leadership Council and Constitution Signers for lunch in the American Council of Life Insurers’ beautiful space overlooking the Capitol. Stewart thoughtfully commented on the Capitol Rotunda as a place for reflection. He also recited the poem on the bust of Václav Havel in Freedom Foyer of the Capitol to highlight the call to service, a theme that permeated his remarks. During Q&A, Stewart provided insight into the issues facing the Ways and Means Committee, including tax reform and trade.
USCHS wishes to thank the American Council of Life Insurers for generously hosting and exclusively supporting this event.
The U.S. Capitol Historical Society (USCHS) is a Congressionally chartered, non-partisan, non-profit 501(c)(3), educational organization founded in 1962 to inform the public about the rich heritage of the Capitol building and the United States Congress. We receive no government funding.