Baucus, Tester call for passage of Postal Service reform
With the U. S. Postal Service moving forward with plans to consolidate its Kalispell mail sorting facility with Missoula's, Montana's U. S. senators are renewing their call for the U. S. House of Representatives to pass the Senate Postal Service reform.
"The Senate passed a commonsense plan to get the Postal Service back on track in April, and it's absolutely unacceptable that we are still waiting for action five months later while jobs are on the line, " Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., said in a release. "Targeting rural jobs is not the right way to put the Postal Service back in the black, and...
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