U.S. House Panel Considering USPS Reform
The service has been financially struggling, especially amid the pandemic which brought increased demand and decreased staffing.
A House panel is set to take up a set of bills considering a U.S. Postal Service reform.
USPS has been financially struggling, especially amid the pandemic which brought increased demand and decreased staffing.
The House Oversight and Reform Committee is looking at a measure that could save $40 to $50 billion over 10 years. It includes changes to retirement and health plans for employees.
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