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The Obama administration has devised a new way for people to make their voices heard.
Through the “We the People” petitions, the White House is asking citizens for their input on important policy decisions. The White House will respond to all petitions that receive 5,000 signatures or more in the 30 days after each petition is created.
Two weeks ago, President Obama submitted a proposal to Congress that would allow the Postal Service to reduce mail delivery to five days a week. Then, five days ago, a “We the People” petition was created that seeks the preservation of six-day mail delivery service, citing the vital role Saturday delivery plays in the economic future of the USPS.
The six-day delivery petition has more than 1,700 signatures on it, so far. With your help, we can send a message to the White House about how important Saturday mail delivery is to the American people, and we can put on the petition many more than the 3,300 signatures needed between now and October 29.
Please click this link, sign up, and sign your name on the petition to preserve Saturday delivery.
Fredric V. Rolando, President
National Association of Letter Carriers
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