Controversial USPS Plan To Slow The Mail Slammed By Postal Regulator

TOPLINE: The U.S. Postal Service’s new 10-year strategic plan, which will slow down mail delivery, was sharply criticized by the regulatory board overseeing the agency Tuesday, delivering a blow to controversial Postmaster General Louis DeJoy and validating Democratic critics—though it will not stop it from moving forward.

DeJoy and USPS leadership announced a new strategic plan in March, which proposed such controversial measures as cutting post office hours and extending service standards, which could result in as much as 30% of first-class mail now being delivered within five days instead of three days.

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Alison Durkee