U.S. Postal Service to End Saturday Mail Delivery - ABC News

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Weekend mail delivery is about to come to an end.
The U.S. Postal Service will stop delivering mail on Saturdays, but will continue to deliver packages six days a week, the USPS announced at a news conference this morning.
While post offices that open on Saturdays will continue to do so, the initiative, which is expected to begin the week of August 5, will save an estimated $2 billion annually. The USPS had a $15.9 billion loss in financial year 2012.
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DealLeader (L5)
Feb 06, 2013
Doesn't surprise me. They've been spending money they don't have (like the rest of the federal government).
jkbane (L0)
Feb 06, 2013
this is a big bummer

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