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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court just ruled that many mail-in ballots that aren’t received by Election Day will now be counted.
With touring on hold, artists have become increasingly dependent on music and merch sales, which means they're also relying a lot on the USPS.
"Save the post office" has become a widespread sentiment. Indeed, the post office needs saving; it has needed saving for a long time.
The lawsuit seeks to force the USPS to not only back off its threatened changes but also proactively repair damage already done.
There's so much more to the USPS than what makes the news. The Mail will deliver.
Request your ballot as early as your state allows, send it back more than a week before the election, and trust an institution that has delivered for more than 200 years.
Pennsylvania was decided by less than 1%, or 44,292 votes, in 2016.
'This will slow mail processing,' a union official wrote on one of the documents announcing the machine removals.
Good thing nobody's predicting a huge surge in mail any time soon.
It’s a massive, agency-wide reorganization announced suddenly that’s not supposed to impact employees. What gives?
Slashing hours at post offices around the country was not, though.
"If I can’t make it to the post office,” one local union rep for postal workers said, “I’m not going to use the post office.”