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They are especially accommodating if they are aware that the agency does not draw on tax revenue — a study by the USPS inspector general has found.

Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe testified before a Senate panel that the current cap on rate increases is too restrictive for the cash-strapped agency.

Postal Board to consider whether to request larger-than-normal rate increase for mailers

Key House committee tackles new proposals for postal reform

Savings from efficiency measures and increased revenues in some categories of business were not enough to prevent the second quarter USPS loss.

  • Eric Yoder and Josh Hicks
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  • May 10, 2013
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