Send a message: Stop the Mail Slowdown
After a year when unprecedented mail delays outraged the country, Postal management is now trying to permanently slow down the delivery of our mail. USPS has announced slowdowns to their “service standards”, which are the on-time delivery targets for different kinds of mail.
Today, First Class Mail is supposed to be delivered within 1-3 days, depending on the delivery distance. Under the new proposed rules, this delivery time could be as long as 5 days for both first class and periodicals delivery.
Before these changes become permanent, USPS must first engage in two public reviews: a Federal Register rule-making process and an advisory opinion by the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC). Your comment will be emailed directly to the Federal Register, and if submitted by May 28, will also be included in the PRC submissions.
Your submission will have more impact if you briefly tell your story of why prompt delivery by the Postal Service is important to you and your community.
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