Pending new USPS trucks remain contentious
The pending first new USPS trucks in 30 years haven’t been driven. But they continue to be stuck before they start and the problem appears worse.
The problem, percolating for months, now may include an investigation into a decision by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy to purchase up to 165,000 gasoline-powered mail trucks over the Biden administration’s objections.
In a letter to Inspector General Tammy Whitcomb, lawmakers questioned whether the Postal Service had complied with a law requiring environmental reviews of major federal actions.