House Resolution 54

House Resolution 54 (H. Res. 54) is a bipartisan measure that expresses the sense of the House of Representatives that the USPS should “take all appropriate measures” to restore the service standards that were in effect as of July 1, 2012.  The non-binding measure was introduced in response to the USPS decision, effective Jan. 5, 2015, to degrade service standards, slow mail delivery, and dismantle America’s postal network. 

This interactive map shows support for H.Res. 54 in the House. The greener a state looks, the greater the share of the House delegation co-sponsoring the resolution.

Hover over a state to see how many its representatives are co-sponsors of H. Res 54. Click on the map to see which representatives are co-sponsors and which are not, and to see contact information.

The APWU urges union members and supporters of a vibrant Postal Service to send the message that mail matters.  Call your U.S. representative, schedule a meeting, send a letter or an email and ask him or her to support and co-sponsor  H. Res. 54.

H.RES.54 Resolution

H.RES.54 Dear Colleague Letter

H.RES.54 Congressperson/Staff Leave Behind