Postal Bill in Lame Duck Session?
As predicted at the NAPUS National Convention, final stage negotiations over a postal bill seem to be taking place in a post-election environment. This legislative resurrection is due, in part, to the USPS’ recent financial report, illustrating a $16 billion loss for the fiscal year ending September 31. On Thursday, Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Chairman Joseph Lieberman convened a meeting with House and Senate key postal legislators to try to cobble together an agreement, which then must be presented to the Congressional leadership. To read more about this issue, the impending “fiscal cliff”, and new Members of Congress, link to the latest edition of the eNAPUS Legislative and Political Bulletin.