Save America's Postal Service
The future of the United States Postal Service is being debated right now in Congress and our brothers and sisters from the National Association of Letter Carriers would like your help in this debate. One of the proposals being considered in the United States Congress is eliminating a day of delivery. This proposal would lay off about 80,000 employees from the postal service. Not only would it harm union members at the postal service but also the general public. Eliminating Saturday delivery would harm those who are most vulnerable in the community including, seniors who rely on prescription drugs, rural communities and small businesses that rely on the affordability and reliability of the mail.
We need to send a message to the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction—the “super committee”— to include preservation of six-day mail delivery service in its recommendations to Congress this fall. Please help protect one of America’s most valued and trusted institutions.