Rep Katie Porter: Postmaster DeJoy needs to go

On-time mail delivery has plummeted under Postmaster Louis DeJoy—forcing veterans to wait longer for prescriptions, seniors to scramble to pay bills without their Social Security checks, and communities to feel less connected. Postmaster DeJoy needs to go. pic.twitter.com/NxVivkOQZt — Rep. Katie Porter (@RepKatiePorter) November 16, 2021

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Video: U.S. Postal Service to Begin Cuts in Service Monday

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The U.S. Postal Service plans to slow down delivery of first class mail on Monday as part of cost-cutting efforts in 2015. First class mail consists of the bills and cards sent through the mail. As customers send more email and pay more bills online, the volume of first class mail has…

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Senators’ plea to delay postal closings ignored

(January 1, 2015) WASHINGTON — The Postal Service plans to begin a new round of plant closings and consolidations next week that will affect dozens of mail-processing centers, despite calls from the Senate to postpone the changes. Last month, 30 senators, all but one of them Democrats, issued a letter to Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe…

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Sisters and Brothers: Please adapt this press release to your local circumstances and send it out to local media

For Immediate Release 15/1/15 – Contact: (xxxxx name, phone number, email) On January 5, 2015 Overnight Delivery of First Class Mail will end throughout the country: unless there is Congressional action, a ruling by the Postal Board of Governors, or PMG action to postpone the changes. xxxxxxxx Postal Mail Processing Center is slated for closure on…

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