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USPS Doesn’t Need Money From Congress, It Needs Financial Reform (From The Detroit News) While there are compelling reasons for Congress and the Administration to provide a fifth COVID relief package, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) is today flush with cash. Beginning in April there were many predictions that USPS would collapse because of ...
Five Reasons Federal Stimulus Money To The Postal Service Is Harmful Congress is moving in the direction of enacting the country’s fifth COVID relief package. And with millions of Americans facing extraordinary life and death challenges, there is clearly a need for targeted emergency relief, especially to our tens of mi ...
Biden And The Postal Service: Why Conciliation Trumps Combat Joe Biden and his likely incoming administration must make a basic decision about how they will deal with the large and financially troubled U.S. Postal Service (USPS). Option one is to continue, even accelerate, House Democrats’ policy of belligerence ...
Mail-In Ballots: What Matters Most Tonight The U.S. Postal Service reported that on November 2 it delivered 89.59% of ballots on time to election officials. These figures have been reported daily since October 24 to the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. Figures in the accompanying chart for outstanding ballots come from the U.S. Elections Project with the University of Florida. Wisconsin and Florida figures are from today, November 3.
First-Class Mail Service is Awful, Admitted Postal Service Late Friday One of the oldest tricks in Washington, D.C. is to put out bad news late on a Friday in the hopes it will be missed. And the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) did just that when it announced late Friday that first-class mail service is now nearly as bad as it was during the worst period this summer. Eight days before the election, this is quite troubling.
AED: The Big Postal Issue That Needs More Attention For all the political controversy surrounding the U.S. Postal Service in recent months, there is one issue on which Democrats, Republicans and Independents should be able to come together: the need to better track packages from overseas so that opioids ...
U.S. Postal Service’s Detour Decade: First-Class Mail Plummets, Package Volume Spikes (Infographic) Even before this summer’s mail delays, first-class mail service had been sharply deteriorating. Today, it takes close to a day longer to deliver a letter than it did in 2012. The key reasons for this are the U.S. Postal Service has twice lowered delive ...
U.S. Postal Service’s Detour Decade: First-Class Mail Plummets, Package Volume Spikes Read the full report as a PDF here. Executive Summary The U.S. Postal Service’s (USPS) mail delivery standards and performance are under intense scrutiny as the election approaches and it recovers from a summer disruption. First-class mail delivered on ...
House Acting On Nonpartisan Postmaster General Act The U.S. House of Representatives Oversight and Reform Committee will be doing something today it has not done in this session of Congress: marking up, that is acting on, a piece of legislation specific to the U.S. Postal Service (USPS). On August 25, ...
Postal Service’s Latest Financial Report: A Brutal July As Postmaster General Louis DeJoy was testifying to the U.S. House of Representatives’ Oversight and Reform Committee on Monday, August 24, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) reported whopping losses for the month of July to the Postal Regulatory Commissio ...
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