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House Oversight Committee chair Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., introduced legislation on Wednesday aimed at reversing the recent changes.
The Delivering for America Act would prohibit the Postal Service from changing its “operations or level of service” until the end of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, reverting to whatever structures were in place as of Jan. 1.
“Our Postal Service should not become an instrument of partisan politics, but instead must be protected as a neutral, independent entity that focuses on one thing and one thing only—delivering the mail,” Maloney said in a statement about the legislation.