Ruling: Postal Service can’t cut Saturday mail

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The Federal Government Accountability Office has ruled that the United States Postal Service can not stop Saturday mail delivery as a cost-cutting measure, WRAL reports.

The USPS announced last month that it would move to weekday-only mail service the week of Aug. 5, despite a provision in the 2012 Financial Services and General Appropriations Act requiring six-day and rural service.

The service says that provision is null and void because of a resolution passed by Congress in lieu of a federal budget bill doesn’t provide funding to make Saturday delivery financially feasible.

Read more at WRAL

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