Lexington Senior Fellow Paul Steidler is quoted in a May 7 National Public Radio (NPR) story about the appointment of Louis DeJoy, a North Carolina businessman, to the position of Postmaster General.
Though Congressional Democrats voiced strong opposition to the appointment, Steidler sees this as a positive development. NPR quoted from his May 7 issue brief that “the reset button has been pushed on potential additional Congressional assistance to the U.S. Postal Service … and on postal reform generally. This provides an opportunity for major and overdue reforms, rather than just putting tens of billions of dollars into a broken business model.”
Approximately 30 NPR affiliates also ran this story.
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