The Washington Post reports:
Democrats are swarming to block a key piece of Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s 10-year restructuring plan for the U.S. Postal Service, casting doubt on the feasibility of his proposals for achieving financial stability for the agency.
A group of House Democrats on Friday introduced legislation to prohibit the Postal Service from lengthening mail-delivery windows and require it to adhere to present service expectations. They named the bill the Delivering Envelopes Judiciously On-time Year-round Act, or DEJOY Act.
Separately, Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro (D) threatened to take legal action to block the service cuts.
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SCOOP: Democrats are swarming to block Louis DeJoy’s planned USPS service cuts.
House Democrats introduced the “DEJOY Act” (yes, they really named it after him) to block any mail-slowing policies, putting major parts of DeJoy’s austerity plan at risk.https://t.co/7UHKwMi60R
— Jacob Bogage (@jacobbogage) March 26, 2021