Lawmakers question USPS board member's role in choice of postmaster general
WashingtonTwo Democratic lawmakers sent a letter on Thursday questioning the role of a member of the U.S. Postal Service Board of Governors in the recent selection of Louis DeJoy as postmaster general, saying the process that led to his appointment w
Washington — Two Democratic lawmakers sent a letter on Thursday questioning the role of a member of the U.S. Postal Service Board of Governors in the recent selection of Louis DeJoy as postmaster general, saying the process that led to his appointment was "highly irregular." After assuming the role in June following his predecessor's retirement, DeJoy began implementing several operational changes to the Postal Service, which led to delays in mail delivery and concerns about the age...

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