Business Management, Mailing/Fulfillment June 8, 2012 Congressman Higgins Calls for Immediate Removal of Postmaster General Facebook Facebook Twitter Twitter LinkedIn LinkedIn Email Email 2 Comments Comments Sincerely, Brian Higgins Member of Congress « Previous 1 2 All 2 Comments View Comments Related Content To Preserve Jobs, Quad Seeks FTZ Designation The Week That Was With Julie G (1/08/2018) U.S. Newspaper, Book Printers Buying Canadian Uncoated Groundwood Are Up in Arms Determination on Uncoated Groundwood Paper Keep an Eye On Capitol Hill GPO Completes Digitization of Congressional Record Comments Jim Albany The failure is with the government & elected officials more interested in appeasing their constituents than in letting the USPS adopt to the changing environmet like private companies have to! Jim Albany Sherrill Franklin It was Congress that insisted the USPS must fund its pensions 75 years in advance. This means that pensions for employees who aren’t even hired yet have to be fully funded. As such, some mail facilities have to close for the USPS to survive financially. Sinking the USPS is absolutely the goal of more than a few legislators. I hope they enjoy sending their legislative newsletters to constituents under a "private mail system" for $3 per letter.