Postal reform is important for public safety. This has been largely overlooked as postal reform legislation languishes. With the Postal Service’s financial position becoming increasing untenable, and the threat of a liquidity crisis rising, it is important to take stock of these risks. A financially strong Postal Service will be better able to do its part in fighting the opioid crisis and have safer vehicles for its employees and the public. It will also be better able to provide many services that are important to Americans’ quality of life. Paul Steidler has written a commentary for InsideSources about this topic here.
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