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    Zero taxpayer dollars

    Tuesday, April 15, 2014

    Last year, the Postal Service processed 158 billion pieces of mail, serving 153 million homes and businesses across the country. But did you know that the Postal Service — our country’s only universal communications network — delivers the mail without a dime of taxpayer dollars? It’s funded by the sale …

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    Insights from Postal Vision 2020

    Friday, April 11, 2014

    This week, Jim Sauber, Chief of Staff to the President of the National Association of Letter Carriers, joined other leaders to discuss Postal Service issues at the Postal Vision 2020/4.0 conference in Washington, DC. At the conference, Sauber discussed the last-mile mail network and the …

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    USPS: Shipper of Choice for Etsy Shop Owner Katie St. John

    Thursday, April 3, 2014

    Katie St. John, the owner and artist behind Etsy shop Katiecats, is one of the Postal Service’s biggest fans—and an ardent supporter of Saturday delivery. Since launching out on her own as an artist in 2002, she has depended on reliable and affordable shipping from the USPS to sustain …

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    Lessons from Canada: Ending Door-to-Door Delivery Isn’t the Solution

    Wednesday, March 26, 2014

    Door-to-door mail delivery is part of our American experience – the thrill of receiving that special package or piece of mail delivered straight to our front doors by a USPS letter carrier.  Whether it’s a crucial business delivery or a wedding invitation, the Postal Service literally goes the very …

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    Bipartisan Support for the Postal Service

    Monday, March 10, 2014

    If there’s one thing that Washington should agree on, it’s bipartisan support for an institution that connects every American home and business and provides jobs to some 500,000 Americans – without a dime of taxpayer dollars. Americans depend on a strong Postal Service, but ongoing attacks by some in Congress …

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