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Post office blues




U.S. Postal Service letter carrier Raymond Hou sorts through mail as he delivers mail along his route March 2, 2010 in San Francisco, California.
U.S. Postal Service letter carrier Raymond Hou sorts through mail as he delivers mail along his route March 2, 2010 in San Francisco, California.
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The U.S. Postal Service is pushing to cut Saturday delivery and raise rates to keep from a projected $7 billion loss this year. Postmaster General John E. Potter warned that without restructuring, the Postal Service could lose $238 billion by 2020. How can the Postal Service be saved? Would you rather see an increase in postage rates, or have mail delivery reduced to five days a week?

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Ed O’Keefe, author of the Federal Eye blog at Washingtonpost.com and Federal Government Reporter, Washington Post


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