Letter to Congressional Democrats by the 4 postal unions (4/7/20)

We write on behalf of more than 600,000 postal employees that directly support a $1.6 trillion mailing industry that employs nearly 7.0 million other workers. We are deeply concerned about the rapidly deteriorating financial situation of the United States Postal Service (USPS) as a result of the Covid-10 pandemic and the deep recession it is causing.


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2 thoughts on “Letter to Congressional Democrats by the 4 postal unions (4/7/20)

  1. Union and NAME of Local/Branch
    APWU - Oakland Local Retiree Chapter
    Office held, if any
    President, Oakland Area Retiree Chapter
    Email Address

    No President, Bush 1& 2, Clinton, Obama, Trump and no other Trump will ever support any type of Legislation assisting the USPS in their financial endeavors. The USPS employees are represented by a Labor Agreement, therefore The US government hands are supposed to be clean. The Other Federal employees 2.5 Millions Retirees and workers with no Union voice are under the Gun of the Presidential scrutiny.

  2. Union and NAME of Local/Branch
    NYSUT/Dobbs Ferry Public Schools
    Office held, if any
    Local President in Dobbs Ferry, NY (1972-3)
    Email Address

    Why not repeal the draconian retirement reserves required by the Legislature many years ago should be ended. This another slush fund politicians love to plunder. Cash flow would certainly be relieved and less aid required. That cash flow will become profit or the ability to cut consumer costs after this COVID-19 crisis passes.


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