Senate Approves Postal Bill, Action Now Moves to House

The Senate passed an amended version of the 21st Century Postal Service Act (S. 1789) on April 25, and legislative action on postal reform will now move to the House of Representatives.

Latest USPS Announcement on Consolidation Raises More Questions than It Answers

The Postal Service’s announcement on March 7 that it would suspend consolidation of mail processing and distribution centers during the “election mailing season” seems to have raised more questions than it answered.

Postal Workers Have the Right To Speak Out Against Facility Closures

Recent notices posted by management have generated questions about APWU members’ right to participate in activities opposing the closure of postal facilities.

Issa's 'Postal Destruction' Bill Passes House Subcommittee

A bill that would destroy the Postal Service as we know it passed a House subcommittee on Sept. 21 by a vote of eight to five, along party lines.

APWU Urges Members to Boycott “Voice of the Employee” Surveys

The APWU is asking union members to boycott USPS “Voice of the Employee” surveys in order to prevent management from manipulating the results to undercut the union during upcoming contract negotiations.