The president is threatening to withhold future COVID-19 relief from the USPS unless it raises shipping prices.
In 2018, a White House task force released a proposal that, if implemented, would begin privatizing the Postal Service.
As advocates of privatization, Republicans also have much to gain from disrupting the 2020 census and mail-in voting.
The leader of the American Postal Workers Union says privatizing the USPS would be an attack on “a right of the people.”
There is no vote-by-mail if there is no postal service.
Postal workers are essential to our public health and integrity of our elections.
The bipartisan bill would ease the financial challenges that critics have used to justify privatization.
Some attempted to divert attention from the real cause of post office financial losses by blaming worker rights.
Take it from a postal worker: If the US sells its public mail service, consumers will lose big time.
Republicans created the problems with the Postal Service.