Is mail delivery a right or a privilege?

April 30, 2020

Postal workers, like doctors, nurses, fire, police and other essential workers, are getting sick and dying while working on the front lines of the corona­virus pandemic. And yet the critical service they provide all across America is in jeopardy.

Revenue to the U.S. Postal Service has nearly collapsed during the pandemic. With no federal aid, according to the postmaster general and the postal workers union, mail delivery could end as early as September.

Op-Ed by Linda Stamado, NJ.com, April 28, 2020

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