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    • What's New at CPWU

      The U.S. Postal Service hit the headlines this week as a management stand up talk was given to all workers with outrageous plans to slow down mail/package sorting and delivery. These actions of the new PMG undermine our mission of service to the people of the United States and will drive away more business, all in the name of “cost savings. Read More...

      On May 11, over 60 Labor leaders sent a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, copying both the Postal Board of Governors and the Postmaster General, urging them support the United States Postal Service. Read More...

      Statement of NALC President Fredric Rolando on the Appointment of Louis DeJoy as Postmaster General On behalf of 210,000 active city letter carriers who serve in every city and town across the United States, I congratulate Louis DeJoy on his appointment as the 75th postmaster general.

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      Fifty years ago, postal workers waged a heroic nationwide strike to win better pay, benefits and the right to collective bargaining. This strike also recreated the United States Postal Service as an independent agency, designed to be free from the political patronage and cronyism that had plagued the old Post Office Department.

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