H. Res. 993 reaches 219 cosponsors

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A bipartisan majority of the House of Representatives has cosponsored House Resolution 993, calling on Congress to take all appropriate measures to ensure that the Postal Service remain an independent agency of the federal government and not be subject to privatization. The resolution now has 219 cosponsors. For more information on H. Res. 993, click here.

An identical resolution introduced in the Senate (S. Res. 633) now has 41 cosponsors. For more information on S. Res. 633,click here.


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Oh well – if the postal service stays the same, do you think it is going to get any better. Same shit in management, same loses every quarter. Same constant bullying, what fucking joke.

Radley Housel

They really need to look at the need for employees. The hiring process is a joke. So frustrating. Most career employees are working 6 days a week. Management could care less.


Your right on management. They don’t care about employees or their safety. It has been proven time and time again. If the postal service goes private, maybe a few of the over paid management to include the PMG will be out of a job. How do you keep a company in business with the problems it has, losing money every quarter, shit on the employees with the same people in charge. The union KNOWS the problems management causes and allows them to get away with it.

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