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House approves additional Postal Service funding while Trump threatens veto

CBS News Sunday, 23 August 2020
The Democratic-led House of Representatives on Saturday approved an additional $25 billion in funding for the United States Postal Service. The legislation now moves to the Senate, but President Trump has threatened to veto the bill if it passes. Ben Tracy reports.
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House members passed a U.S. Postal Service funding bill Saturday that would also block changes that some fear could jeopardize mail-in ballots this fall, but it may have been nothing more than a symbolic gesture; Michael George reports for CBS2.

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