House Committee Creates Postal Panel

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The House Government Reform Committee announced a panel Friday on postal reform and oversight.


The panel will work with the nine-member commission President Bush appointed in December to chart the future of the U.S. Postal Service.


Rep. John M. McHugh, R-NY, leads the panel. He served for six years as chairman of the committee's postal service subcommittee, which was disbanded in 2001.


The panel will report to committee chairman Tom Davis, R-VA. Other panel members are Reps. Edward L. Schrock, R-VA; Candice Miller, R-MI; Tim Murphy, R-PA; William Janklow, R-SD; Danny K. Davis, D-IL; Major R. Owens, D-NY; Carolyn B. Maloney, D-NY; and William Lacy Clay, D-MO.


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