Democrats have already begun discussions on major legislation — and forcing Postmaster General Louis DeJoy from office.
The nation’s mail service is slower and more erratic than it’s been in generations, via the confluence of an abrupt reorganization and pandemic-era anomalies that has fueled demands for reform and fundamentally different ideas on how to achieve it.
On one side is Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, who, with the backing of the U.S. Postal Service’s governing board, is expected as soon as next week to outline a new vision for the agency, one that includes more service cuts, higher and region-specific pricing, and lower delivery expectations .
Hey, leave him in long enough and it will cost $5.00 to mail a letter across town that never arrives at its destination.