Monthly Archives: April 2014

Congress Cannot Cave on Postal Reform

The Senate has got to be kidding when it offered a postal reform proposal that would not only gut workers compensation benefits for postal workers but for a broad swath of other federal employees as well. According to the Washington … Continue reading

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In the Future, the USPS Must Still Deliver the Mail

The U.S. Postal Service apparently thinks its salvation might lie in offering same-day delivery of groceries and other products to individual households much in the manner of Amazon.com and similar companies. Speaking at a recent PostalVision 2020 conference, Nagisa Manabe, … Continue reading

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