August 17, 2020

US states eye legal options in postal service dispute

Washington (AFP) – Several US state attorney generals on Monday were weighing legal options to prevent disruptions to the nation’s postal service as President Donald Trump’s attacks on the agency heightened fears of election tampering.Trump has repeatedly threatened the US Postal Service (USPS) in recent weeks after installing a new postmaster general in June, Republican fundraiser Louis DeJoy, who made changes that critics and union officials say have slowed mail delivery.Opposition Democrats have accused the White House of trying to disrupt the November presidential election that is expected…


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