Nancy Pelosi calls House to decide on Postal Help changes

 


House Speaker Nancy Pelosi approached the House to return into meeting to decide on a bill that would forestall changes the Trump organization has made to the Postal Help, modifications Democrats state will cause an easing back of the progression of mail and possibly imperil the November political race. This vote will happen Saturday, on Rep. Carolyn Maloney's Conveying for America Act, which disallows changes to Postal Assistance activities set up on Jan. 1, 2020. Pelosi said the "lives, employments and the life of our American Majority rule government" are under danger from President Donald Trump, who a week ago said he contradicted giving the Postal Assistance more cash while simultaneously recognizing the absence of subsidizing may hamper the workplace's capacity to process mail-in polling forms. 


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