21 attorneys general oppose USPS plan to delay first-class mail, warning 4- to 5-day delivery times could have ‘significant’ impact on mail-in ballots

Attorneys general from 21 states issued a statement opposing proposed changes at the Postal Service. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy has proposed delaying some first-class mail deliveries. Instead of two to three days, some mail would be delivered in a four- to five-day window. Twenty-one state attorneys general argued in a joint statement on Monday thatContinue reading “21 attorneys general oppose USPS plan to delay first-class mail, warning 4- to 5-day delivery times could have ‘significant’ impact on mail-in ballots”

The FBI is investigating Postmaster General Louis DeJoy over possible campaign finance violations, report says

The FBI is investigating Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, the Washington Post reports. The probe concerns possible campaign finance violations at his previous company.  DeJoy was previously an executive at New Breed Logistics before joining the USPS.  The Federal Bureau of Investigation is probing Postmaster General Louis DeJoy as part of an investigation into potential campaignContinue reading “The FBI is investigating Postmaster General Louis DeJoy over possible campaign finance violations, report says”

‘Fire This Guy’: DeJoy Gives Himself an ‘A,’ Asks Congress for Money to Further Slow Mail

“Frankly, your leadership of the Postal Service has been an utter disgrace,” Rep. Rosa DeLauro told DeJoy during a hearing Thursday. Handing congressional Democrats additional reasons to demand his removal, Postmaster General Louis DeJoy on Thursday asked House appropriators for more money to implement his forthcoming plan to further slow mail delivery and gave himself an “A” grade forContinue reading “‘Fire This Guy’: DeJoy Gives Himself an ‘A,’ Asks Congress for Money to Further Slow Mail”

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