Postal Service will suspend cost-cutting changes until after election, Postmaster DeJoy says
Earlier Tuesday, Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney hosted a "Day of Action" over the Trump Administration's actions with a morning rally in Union Square.
"Take your feet off our necks, allow us to process the mail as we have done," said Yvette Johnson, vice president of the National Postal Mail Handlers union, at the rally. "Thank you for requesting that the postmaster general be made to answer for all of his draconian changes that he is trying to implement."
The House is set to vote Saturday on a measure, which Maloney is the sponsor, that is expected to include $25 billion in new funding to shore up the agency and stop any planned changes.
She said she has reservations as to whether Trump would sign the bill, but she's hopeful.