USPS Reform Law Sought To Ease Financial Burdens. A Year Later, What’s Changed?

The Postal Service, after trying for more than a decade, finally convinced Congress last year to pass reform legislation, in the hopes of improving the agency’s long-term financial health.

After USPS made it through the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic — which brought the agency to the brink of running out of cash — and released a long-awaited 10-year plan detailing ways it could cut costs and generate more revenue, lawmakers agreed on legislation that would save the agency save billions of dollars.

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Jory Heckman