Judge rules postal supervisors can’t take pay issue to court

A D.C. federal judge on Friday threw out a lawsuit brought by a worker group that argued the U.S. Postal Service underpays supervisors, finding that the law it cited regarding the shortfall provides administrative remedies for alleged violations but doesn’t let it take them to court.

Judge Royce Lamberth granted the Postal Service’s motion to dismiss the National Association of Postal Supervisors’ complaint and a motion to dismiss filed by the United Postmasters and Managers of America, which intervened in the case and argued that the supervisors association didn’t speak for postmasters because they are a distinct group of postal workers.


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