Marketplace audio: With USPS cuts, mail would move more slowly

Here in the U.S., the Postmaster General Patrick Donahue recently said the Postal Service could be going the way of Greece. That’s if Congress doesn’t pass a restructuring plan to close a multi-billion dollar budget gap. Donahue is proposing cuts to mail handling facilities — those big warehouses where your mail is sorted.

But as Marketplace’s John Dimsdale reports, this kind of postal austerity doesn’t come without a cost to customers.

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