Postal News Roundup
Washington Post: Postal Unions, Advocacy Groups Join Forces to ‘Save USPS’
The American Postal Workers Union will join other labor and advocacy groups Thursday to announce a new coalition designed to “save” the U.S. Postal Service from service cuts and efforts to privatize the mail system.The coalition of 63 religious coalitions, retiree organizations, educational and postal unions, lawmakers and progressive advocacy groups is calling itself “A Grand Alliance to Save Our Public Postal Service.”
Daily Kos: The Push for Postal Banking is Headed to the Bargaining Table
The campaign for postal banking could get its next boost next week when the American Postal Workers Union goes into contract negotiations planning to push the idea.
Antioch Herald: Postal Workers Stage On-Going Protest at Staples at Antioch Stores, Want Postal Workers Handling Mail
Holding signs that read “Don’t Buy Staples” and “The U.S. Mail is NOT for Sale” members of the American Postal Workers Union (APWU) were protesting in front of the Antioch Staples store, on Friday, January 30, as part of an ongoing effort to stop the office products chain from handling mail.