Latest plan to save US postal monopoly cuts front-door mail slot delivery

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September 19, 2011
Chicago Tribune    
Posted in News

"Republican lawmaker Darrell Issa plans to offer an amendment that boosts the annual savings in his bill to overhaul the U.S. Postal Service to more than $10 billion, his office said. ... A draft version of the Issa amendment viewed by Reuters doubles the amount the agency would have to save by closing mail processing facilities, phases out delivery to front-door mail slots, and reduces the postal workforce starting with retirement-eligible workers before laying off other employees." (09/19/11)  

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