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Updated: September 28, 2020 | 4:56 pm

US judge orders stop to Postal Service cuts, echoing others rulings

“In a pandemic, states are even more reliant on the mail, especially when it comes to administering elections."
By Maryclaire Dale/The Associated Press

Post office defends accusations from Pennsylvania and five other states that cuts threaten election

The latest hearing on accusations that postal service cuts are slowing down the mail and threatening the integrity of the presidential election. took place in federal court in Philadelphia, where the attorneys general from Pennsylvania and five other states, as well as the District of Columbia have sued.

By Maryclaire Dale/The Associated Press

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Pittsburgh postal workers president urges Americans to ‘not lose faith’ in mail system

A Pittsburgh representative for postal workers said employees worry that the politicized debate over voting by mail and funding for the postal service may have already impacted the public’s view of the institution.

By Lucy Perkins/WESA

Inmates at state prisons are getting a new way to receive photos

"It's still industry being involved in communication... always going to give us pause. But it's still a win for so many people."
By Katie Meyer



Corrections Dept. says it has no plans to give inmates original copies of their mail

At an annual budget hearing in Harrisburg, Corrections Secretary John Wetzel reaffirmed the policy is staying put.
By Katie Meyer

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