Six-Day Delivery Remains the Center of Attention, Senate to Hear USPS Board of Governor Nominees
“The legislative strategy seems to rest with the unproven assumption that if the elimination of sixday delivery could be passed — independent of postal relief legislation — enough legislative maneuvering room would be created to permit action on comprehensive postal relief legislation.”
Earlier this week, there was an attempt to create the opportunity to delete the legislative requirement that the Postal Service delivery mail six days a week. In addition, on Monday, the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee will hold confirmation hearings for four nominees to the USPS Board of Governors, and succession heats up for the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. To read about these items link to the latest edition of the eNAPUS Legislative & Political Bulletin.