The lawsuit alleges the regulatory agency did not properly vet the plan before putting it into place, and only looked at a small portion of the 10-year scheme before implementation. The USPS said the suit is meritless and has moved to have it dismissed.
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State AGs Challenge Post Office Slowdown with New Lawsuit
A cohort of 20 state attorneys general is suing the Postal Regulatory Commission over the mail delivery slowdown that started Oct. 1. So reports CBS News.
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