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Postal workers held a rally on Monday, Oct. 8 in front of the Portland Post Office to express opposition to a Trump administration proposal — announced in June by the White House's Office of Management and Budget — to privatize the U.S. Postal Service. Members of several postal worker and letter carrier unions challenged White House claims that the USPS “can no longer support” the universal service requirement of daily mail delivery, six days a week, to 157 million U.S. addresses. They also asserted any selloff of the USPS would lead to both higher prices and service cutbacks for customers.
Do you support selling the USPS to a private company?
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