President Joe Biden signed the bipartisan Postal Reform Act into law Wednesday. Proponents celebrated its passage and Senator Jon Tester elaborated on what this will mean for rural Montanans.
Postal Reform Act Passes U.S. Senate
The U.S. Senate passed the Postal Reform Act Tuesday which will ensure long-term reliable mail service and put the U.S. Postal Service on sound financial footing. The legislation passed the House earlier this week and will now go to President Joe Biden’s desk for his signature. Among other things it permanently requires the Postal Servic...
Legislation Addressing Postal Service Issues Advances In U.S. Senate
Senator Jon Tester’s bipartisan Postal Reform Act passed a key Senate procedural hurdle Monday and moves forward to a final Floor vote. It was passed by the House of Representatives in February. It is expected to put the U.S. Postal Service on sound financial footing and ensure long-term reliable mail service.
Changes Coming To Postal Service May Affect Delivery Times
Americans who have been frustrated with the slow service of the U.S. Postal Service since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, especially living in rural Montana who may depend on the mail for medications, will have a longer wait time. Starting Friday, the Postal Service is implementing new service standards which will mean an increased tim...