Proposal would end door-to-door US Mail service

imageCongressman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) is proposing that the U.S Postal Service end door-to-door delivery in favor of neighborhood "cluster boxes" — the kind you might see in a condo complex.

Issa says the change could save the Post Office $4.5 billion a year.

(Contrary to popular belief, the USPS does not receive federal funding. All its money comes from postage and delivery sales and services.)

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One Response to Proposal would end door-to-door US Mail service

  1. Darrell Issa says the truth.It really a nice idea

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