USPS Faces Bipartisan Pushback As It Ramps Up Consolidation Efforts

The U.S. Postal Service is facing intensifying pressure as it prepares to significantly scale up its efforts to consolidate mail sorting into fewer facilities, with lawmakers in both parties and employees warning of the unintended consequences of the plan.

A Republican lawmaker, Rep. Bill Huizenga, R-Mich., recently questioned the consolidation plan’s impact on his district, saying it lacked transparency and would have negative impacts on mailers.┬áHis letter followed one last month from Rep. Pat Ryan, D-N.Y., who said Postmaster General Louis DeJoy was “sadly mistaken” if he thought he could “mess with post offices” in his Hudson Valley district.

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Eric Katz