Michael J. Critelli

WASHINGTON, DC—The Bush administration has created a nine person, presidential postal commission to consider reforms in the nation's postal system. The announcement of the commission's formation brought nods of approval by both the members of the Mailing Industry CEO Council and the Printing Industries of America (PIA), as well as others in the printing and publishing world. "The health of the U.S. printing industry is tied directly to the health of a nationwide mail delivery system. We look forward to providing whatever assistance we can to the commission," notes Ben Cooper, PIA's executive vice president for public policy. The broad issue of postal reform was ranked by

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