How Bush sees 'postal reform' has posted what it says is a copy of what 'the White House told the House and Senate postal leaders it expected to see in a postal reform bill'. Most puzzling statement in the document is this:' The Administration believes that the Postal Service, not ratepayers, must continue to be responsible for its pension costs connected with military service credit for postal employees under [CSRS]'. (If the money doesn't come from ratepayers.....?) And given the ballooning federal deficit, the White House will apparently try to keep the USPS's overpayment of it's CSRS retirement liability. Comment

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