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Senate Bill Could Shut Down Mail Service on Saturday

By Nick Starling, Nebraska.tv The 21st Century Postal Reform Act otherwise known as Senate Bill 1789 will eliminate Saturday service for post office workers. In Kearney, postal workers demonstrated saying the bill is deeply flawed. As one mail carrier said, it will kill the postal service as we know it. “It could go on the [...]
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