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    The Truth About Saturday Delivery

    Monday, July 14, 2014

    Some in Congress believe that cutting Saturday mail delivery will help strengthen our nation’s Postal Service. But that’s just not true. Instead of cuts, we should focus on building the Postal Service’s unmatched network. Saturday services are an essential part of that network. It’s time the American people get the FACTS …

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    The Letter Writers Alliance Wants You to Put Pen to Paper

    Wednesday, June 25, 2014

    We’ve heard from people across the country about why they support the U.S. Postal Service. From paying bills, running their small businesses or receiving medicine, the Postal Service enables our daily connections. But often lost in why the mail matters is the simple act of handwriting a letter and dropping …

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    House GOP Plan to Fund Highways – strangely – puts USPS in Jeopardy

    Monday, June 9, 2014

    What does funding highway projects have to do with the mail? Absolutely nothing. But Republicans in the House are considering a proposal to temporarily pay for highway projects with a drastic cut to the U.S. Postal Service: eliminating six-day mail delivery. Yes, you read that correctly. With the …

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    Mail Matters to American Small Businesses!

    Friday, May 16, 2014

    Today marks the close of Small Business Week. This week on Facebook, we’ve profiled a number of small businesses that depend on the Postal Service and shared interesting facts on why the mail matters so much to them. Small businesses are …

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    Papa Jazz Records Runs Smoothly with USPS

    Monday, May 12, 2014

    Papa Jazz Records opened in 1980 and has since grown into the largest record shop in the southeastern United States. Located just blocks from the University of South Carolina, it is known for its knowledgeable staff and stocking the “rarest, coolest stuff” around. It also …

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