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Slow mail is no way for USPS to cut costs, bipartisan group of lawmakers tells The Post

June 24, 2021
In The News

Rep. Suzanne Bonamici (D) in an interview: “I don’t think the new service standards are necessary. They don’t need to slow down. They could make the positive reforms without the delivery delays. And it would be serious, for example, if someone’s waiting for medication, and they missed a day or two of medication, if someone has important information they need to make a business decision. Or, critically, if somebody’s ballot doesn’t arrive or they’re sending in their ballot to vote by mail, their voice won’t count. That’s unacceptable. So, yes, it does matter. A day or two does matter.”