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U.S. Postal Service Warns Ruling Could Undermine Mail Before Election

U.S. Postal Service Warns Ruling Could Undermine Mail Before Election

The U.S. Postal Service asked a federal judge to clarify a ruling on election mail, warning the decision could hinder the agency's ability to make prompt mail deliveries before the presidential election.

WASHINGTON: The U.S. Postal Service asked a federal judge to clarify a ruling on election mail, warning the decision could hinder the agency’s ability to make prompt mail deliveries before the presidential election.

Four U.S. judges have issued preliminary injunctions barring the Postal Service from making service reductions ahead of the November presidential election. The Postal Service asked Judge Emmet Sullivan to clarify his Sept. 27 ruling warning it “would

undermine the Postal Service’s ability to timely deliver the mail before the upcoming election.”

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