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Leading Dignitaries to Debate USPS Mailbox Monopoly

Key stakeholders in our postal ecosystem will participate in the upcoming PostalVision 2020 “Delivery by Design” event in a session that will stage a critical debate on the pros and cons of the existing USPS mailbox monopoly in relation to the anticipated growth in ecommerce and increasing consumer delivery demands.

Portland OR Defends Door-to-Door Delivery

Members of the Portland [OR] Area Local attended a rally defending door-to-door delivery organized by the local branch of the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC), on Sept. 29.

NALC statement on USPS’ FY2016 Q3 report

Today’s quarterly report puts the year-to-date operating profit of the Postal Service at $1.3 billion, demonstrating the overall strength of the postal turnaround. Operating profits for each of the past two years have exceeded $1 billion, and the Postal Service is now into its fourth straight year of operating in the black

Celebrate ‘Postal Heritage Day’ on July 26

“This union knows well that the Postal Service is a vital institution belonging to the American people,” NALC President Fredric Rolando said. “We support events and campaigns, on our own and in alliance with others, in defense of the Postal Service—on July 26 and whenever else the opportunity arises.”

NALC statement on House Postal Service Reform Act of 2016

While this legislation is not perfect and contains unacceptable reductions in door delivery, NALC appreciates the committee’s dedication to working together and with stakeholders in a bipartisan manner to restore financial stability to this vitally important agency

NALC submits comments to House Committee on its bipartisan discussion draft

On behalf of the 277,000 active and retired members of the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC), I write to express our deep appreciation for your leadership on the important issue of postal reform. Your commitment to work together in a bipartisan manner and to approach the challenges facing the Postal Service with intelligence and creativity is most welcomed by the men and women who deliver the nation’s mail, newspapers, magazines and packages.