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A Salute to the USPS and Its Employees
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A Salute to the USPS and Its Employees

By May S. Ruiz Benjamin Franklin appointed the first postmaster general in 1775 but it wasn’t until the passage of the Postal Service Act in 1792 that the post office department was created. In 1970, it became what we now know as the United States Postal Service (USPS). For all the noble purposes its creation…

USPS Delivery Delays Deepen Concerns About Mail-In Voting
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USPS Delivery Delays Deepen Concerns About Mail-In Voting

“Save our USPS” reads a hand-written sign outside Monrovia’s post office. The postal service, continuously ranked as the “most trusted” agency by Americans, is not only under siege by the massive use of email and other disruptions that have cut into the postal service’s vast and highly sophisticated delivery system, but by changes instituted by…

Attorney General Becerra Challenges Trump Administration Over USPS
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Attorney General Becerra Challenges Trump Administration Over USPS

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced Tuesday that he will join a multistate coalition of attorneys general, led by Pennsylvania, in a lawsuit to challenge the Trump administration’s over cutbacks at the United States Postal Service (USPS) that they say will affect mail-in voting and the election in November. A statement issued by the attorney general’s office argues that by…

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