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CSAC member Cary Brick wins praise as he departs committee
Former Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee member Cary Brick was lauded by Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe for “his enthusiasm for things all American” during his 12 years on the panel.
Senators comment on future of USPS at bill markup
Statements by two members of the United States Senate at different ends of the political spectrum illustrate how little agreement there is over the future of the U.S. Postal Service.
USPS modifies stamp selection criteria
The stamp subject selection criteria used by the United States Postal Service’s Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee has been slightly modified to include a call for stamps that reflect the nation’s diversity.
Canada suspends registered mail to the United States
By Jay Bigalke
Postal customers shun self-service machines
Those costly blue self-service postal kiosks found in more than 2,300 post offices nationwide are failing to save the financially troubled United States Postal Service millions of dollars each year. T
Union at odds with USPS-Staples plan
Shades of 1988: The United States Postal Service is once again at odds with the American Postal Workers Union over a USPS plan to sell stamps and other postal items in a retail chain.
Budget law requires six-day deliveries; USPS appeals rate increase
Congress has once again said no to the United States Postal Service’s plan to end Saturday mail deliveries.
Board of governors approved postal rates on Jan. 8; new rate stamp production started after approval
By Bill McAllisterWashington Correspondent
Stamp sought for gay leader Rustin
Many of the groups that pushed the United States Postal Service to issue a stamp for Harvey Milk, the gay San Francisco supervisor, are beginning an effort to have a second gay leader on a stamp.
Veteran prevails over Postal Service dismissal
Few groups proved as effective United States stamp lobbyists as the Military Order of the Purple Heart.
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