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Protesters rally in Oldsmar to save USPS, demand funding

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Protesters rally in Oldsmar to save USPS, demand funding

Protesters rally in Oldsmar to save USPS, demand funding

About 50 people gathered along Tampa Road in Oldsmar equipped with signs demanding funding for the U.S. Postal Service.


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