U.S. Postal Service Funding Shortfall Could Derail Vote-By-Mail Efforts During Pandemic

Adrian Ovalle

If Congress permits the U.S. Postal Service to stop working– as President Donald Trump appears ready to do– the country’s capability to hold complimentary, reasonable elections would be at danger, as would millions of citizens who would be required to go to the surveys during a pandemic if they wished to exercise their rights. In […]

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Postal Workers Are Stressed And On The Front Lines Of The Coronavirus Pandemic

Adrian Ovalle

As millions of Americans are informed to remain home to safeguard themselves and stem the spread of coronavirus, postal workers across the country are still going to work, risking their health however staying dedicated to providing the letters, prescriptions and other mail people need. “It’s stressful. I think about it every day,” Michael, a letter […]

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