Congress Must Save Postal Service

Testifying before a Senate panel on Sept. 6, APWU President Cliff Guffey urged Congress to take action to prevent a collapse of the Postal Service, and he denounced USPS proposals to abrogate the union’s Collective Bargaining Agreement.

USPS Seeks Legislation To Allow Layoffs, End Federal Benefits

APWU President Cliff Guffey has condemned Postal Service legislative proposals that would permit the USPS to layoff 120,000 employees and remove postal workers from the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program and from federal retirement programs.

APWU Denounces Post Office Closure Plans

The union is “deeply disappointed” by the Postal Service’s announcement — via the Wall Street Journal  — that it plans to close as many as 2,000 post offices beginning in March, APWU President Cliff Guffey said Monday.

Support Crucial Postal Bills

The union is asking APWU members to give their U.S. representatives an important “welcome home” message during Congress’ August recess: Support H.R. 5746, a bill to restore financial stability to the Postal Service.

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