USPS Drops Appeals but Pledges to Fight for DeJoy’s Reforms
The U.S. Postal Service has hit the brakes in its legal fight to maintain changes that led to slower mail delivery, effectively allowing injunctions blocking those reforms to remain in place.
USPS has ended its appeals of preliminary losses in a series of lawsuits, though the mailing agency will keep up its fight through the normal litigation process. The lawsuits across the country followed Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s efforts to overhaul operations in moves he said would lead to quicker and more efficient deliveries, but which ultimately had the opposite effect.