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USPS dead in the water thanks to the Congress

There have been stories about the United States Postal Service reducing mail service. One big issue is that customers that receive their prescription medicine by post may not receive them in time due to the closure of postal centers and the deduction of delivery days. Well, order the medications earlier. And the complaint of all the “ad” (junk) mail. Greatly increase the postage of said mail. That will reduce some of the mail and increase revenue.

The main problem is the charter of the Postal Service. If Congress would get off its butt and change the charter to allow the USPS to provide services similar to what European and other governments are allowed to provide, that may delay the disappearance of mail service a bit longer.

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