With postal carriers stressed to the max, should the U.S. reduce delivery days?

CLEVELAND, Ohio — A shortage of delivery employees in the U.S. Postal Service has led to late deliveries or days without mail in communities throughout Northeast Ohio and the nation.

We’re talking about whether we should give the post office a break and demand home delivery fewer days each week on Today in Ohio

On one or two days every week these days, there is no mail delivery on my street. Until a few months ago, we often had mail delivered hours after dark, later than 9:30, by postal carriers wearing headlamps to make sure they could navigate the steps and sidewalks. Turns out this is a national problem. Why?

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