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House to vote on additional $25 billion for U.S. Postal Service

CBS News Saturday, 22 August 2020
The rare Saturday session highlights the importance of the agency during the coronavirus pandemic and ahead of the November election.
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News video: House Passes Additional $25 Billion For US Postal Service

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The "Delivering for America Act" passed by the House ensures the U.S. Postal Service would not be able to put any operational changes into effect until January 2021, after the November election.

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