NALC: Budget deal could threaten future of USPS, cut letter carriers’ pay

From the National Association of Letter Carriers:

NALC-LOGODear Supporter,

Right now, Congress is considering a budget deal that could both threaten the future of the U.S. Postal Service by ending Saturday delivery and cutting letter carriers’ pay by increasing pension contributions.

Tell your member of Congress that the American economy and the USPS are growing.

Click here to send a message to your representative in the House that cutting Saturday delivery and increasing federal and postal pension contributions should not be in the budget deal.

Also, call toll-free 888-812-6038 to deliver that same message to your representative.

And click here to read my letter to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to find out more about what’s at stake.

Americans depend on a strong USPS.

In Solidarity,
Fred Rolando, President
National Association of Letter Carriers

 

  • Colette Bannister-Matthews

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  • Victor

    Bullshit! Keeping an unnecessary day of delivery has led to our demise. We are facing increased pension cost and cut in pay because we listened to the a*oles at the NALC. This is a place of bussiness and it must be run as such. 3 billion a year on Saturday deliveries is simply no longer fiscally possible. Saturday mail must be eliminated. The next step would be to control the management to craft ratio with independent congressional oversight.

  • Victor

    “Tell your member of Congress that the American economy and the USPS are growing.”
    God help us

  • Mailman

    Why do Postal employees need to contribute more into their pensions when it is already been overfunded by PAEA? Ryan and the Repubs just trying to screw us again.