Postal Service moves to end Saturday mail delivery
(MCT) — WASHINGTON — The U.S. Postal Service announced plans to end Saturday mail delivery starting in August while maintaining six-day delivery of packages, a move that faces an unclear future in Congress.
Post officials said the action was critical to keeping the agency solvent. It would be the biggest change in mail delivery since the post office ended twice-daily service in the 1950s.
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