We have just a few short weeks before senators return from their district work period and begin possible debate on S. 1789. As we continue to deliver our message to Senate staff members here in Washington, I’m counting on you to deliver a message out in the field on April 12:
“Congress: Don’t dismantle the United States Postal Service.”
When the Senate reconvenes, it is possible that it will take up S. 1789. This legislation is not the solution to the Postal Service’s financial woes, and the American people deserve a better plan.
On Thursday, April 12, from 5 to 6 p.m. (local time), members of the NALC will join forces with our allies to send a message to the nation and the Senate.
During these events, we will convene outside of Senate offices to urge each senator to oppose S. 1789 when it comes to the floor for a vote. These are not pickets against your senators, but rather a demonstration to educate them and the public on why S. 1789 is not the right reform to save the United States Postal Service.
Don’t let Congress jeopardize Saturday mail delivery,
phase out door-to-door mail delivery
and radically downsize the USPS and reduce service standards.
Join us for a demonstration to oppose this destructive postal reform bill, S. 1789.
Date: Thursday, April 12
Time: 5 to 6 p.m. (local time)
Location: Your local U.S. Senate offices. Click here for a list of locations.
The better the turnout, the more impact these events will have. And please wear your NALC colors. The timing and impact of these events will be critical in helping us stop S. 1789 and save America’s Postal Service.
For the most up-to-date information, visit nalc.org. Also:
Thanks in advance for your doing your part to save America’s Postal Service.
Fredric V. Rolando, President If you need to update your NALC e-Activist Network e-mail address, you need complete the sign-up process again to help us validate your membership information. Click here to go to the e-Activist Network sign-up page at nalc.org.
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