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Saturday, August 24, 2019

How fentanyl flowed through the U.S. Postal Service and across the southern border

"...packages of synthetic opioids to the United States. "The most common distribution medium is via the U.S. Postal Service," the Treasury Department said in a statement announcing the sanctions. Trump weighed in on the issue Friday, tweeting that he was "ordering all carriers," including the Postal Service, "to SEARCH FOR & REFUSE all deliveries of Fentanyl from China (or anywhere else!)..."    


This Article is From: www.chron.com
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Wednesday, August 21, 2019

American Airlines settles $22.1 million fine for false mail delivery reports

"...The U.S. Justice Department said American Airlines (NASDAQ: AAL) has agreed to pay a $22.1 million civil penalty to resolve allegations that it falsely reported the times it transferred U.S. mail to foreign postal services..."    


This Article is From: www.freightwaves.com
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Friday, August 16, 2019

Why USPS Pulled a Branded T-shirt From Its Online Store

"...the aircraft controversy is what really cemented our interest. Lehman, who worked in aviation for 33 years, is pretty confident that the T-shirt shows a Soviet Tu-114, a renowned airliner from the late 1950s until 1976 and the civilian counterpart to the Tu-95, a bomber. That would mean, according to the Washington Post, that the USPS..."    


This Article is From: promomarketing.com
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Monday, August 5, 2019

Administration wants toroll back postal unions’ collective bargaining rights on compensation

"...USPS has defaulted on more than $43 billion in scheduled payments to that fund over the past decade. Administration officials, however, have recommended keeping the pre-funding mandate in place, and have instead suggested rolling back postal unions’ collective bargaining rights on compensation. The White House’s postal task force report also recommends further defining the agency’s universal service obligation, which outlines how many days a week the agency must make deliveries..."    


This Article is From: federalnewsnetwork.com
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