Postal unions react to committee passage of postal bills
Today, the National Postal Mail Handlers Union saw a positive step forward on making substantive reforms that, if enacted, would provide sound financial footing to the United States Postal Service. The House Committee on Oversight and Reform passed the bipartisan Postal Reform Act of 2021 (H.R. 3076).
NRLCA President Ronnie Stutts said, “We welcome the introduction of this bipartisan legislation that addresses many of the reforms necessary to create a sustainable and profitable Postal Service, including the continuation of six-day mail delivery.” Read more
As the legislation progresses in the House and Senate, NALC will need the full engagement of letter carriers to help educate members of Congress on how this legislation will protect employees and our essential network. Keep an eye out for more information here and on the NALC Member App. Read more
“I applaud Chairwoman Maloney and Ranking Member Comer for their leadership and for coming together on a bipartisan basis to help to preserve America’s Postal Service,” said APWU President Mark Dimondstein. “Their efforts reflect the broad support across the country – regardless of party affiliation – for the essential and dependable public postal services the people rely upon. Read more