Postal Reform Bill Introduced In House

An updated Postal Reform Act of 2018 was introduced into the U.S. House of Representatives June 15, a mirror bill of the Postal Reform Act of 2017.

The only difference between the bills: a new provision that Members of Congress would be notified at least 10 days in advance of a postal facility closure or service reduction.

The bipartisan bill was introduced by Reps. Steve Russell (R-OK), Dennis Ross (R-FL), Gerry Connolly (D-VA), Elijah Cummings (D-MD), and Stephen Lynch (D-MA).
The bill’s timing is important, meant as a congressional offering to the current Task Force on the Postal Service ordered by President Trump.

Click for full text of the Postal Reform Act of 2018

Click for details on the original Postal Reform Act of 2017