Postal Service is profitable,
doesn't need to cut services
April 14, 2014—UPDATED 4/16—Ron Berry, a retired member of Marshfield, WI Branch 978 and a former local business agent, wrote a column for the Marshfield News Herald in support of the Postal Service.
Idaho State Association President John Paige continues to take advantage of the letters-to-the-editor sections of his state’s newspapers, with another such piece in the Twin Falls Times News.
A retired schoolteacher put together a terrific commentary for Montana Public Radio, a piece she later updated after noting how the NALC had helped clarify with her that the Postal Service hasn't received any taxpayer money in decades.
A Towanda, PA resident wrote a letter to the editor of Wilkes-Barre, PA’s The Citizens’ Voice in support of a robust Postal Service.
An April 16 story on Huffington Post about Staples, USPS and the postal unions quoted NALC President Fredric Rolando in support of a quality USPS with employees who are trained, uniformed and accountable.