Climate law prods Postal Service as EV feud continues

The massive climate law that President Joe Biden signed in August includes $3 billion for the U.S. Postal Service to buy electric vehicles and build up the infrastructure needed to support them.

It’s the latest development in an ongoing feud between USPS and critics who accuse the independent agency of dragging its heels on slashing emissions from its delivery fleet.

The Postal Service won’t say whether it welcomes that cash infusion, nor has it offered extensive details about how it intends to use the money, prompting criticisms from congressional Democrats and environmentalists.


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