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The government watchdog agency urges the PRC to hold the Postal Service accountable for metrics in all of its 67 districts.
The editorial recognizes emergency relief is needed, but fails to consider Big Mail's role in the Postal Service's resuscitation.
Failure to pass a revised version of Tom Carper's iPOST bill could only spell more years of uncertainty for mailers, unions, and the Postal Service.
IPOST would bake the 4.3% exigency surcharge into the base rate, while freezing further rate increases until 2018.
Postal operations in downtown Philadelphia will be hampered by the national security event status of Pope Francis's historic visit.
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