Judge rules DeJoy Can Move Mail-Sorting Machines

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy was granted permission by a judge to reallocate some high-speed mail-sorting machines, after operational changes at the U.S. Postal Service that disrupted service for months and prompted a lawsuit by several states.

U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan in Washington on Saturday agreed to modify his September injunction to allow USPS to “move or remove” a “limited” number of machines “to optimize service and avoid mail delays.” The injunction was put in place at the request of Democratic attorneys general of New York, New Jersey and Hawaii, who accused DeJoy, a longtime Republican donor, of hobbling the USPS with “transformational” changes before the November election.


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