Study says lack of postal reform would be bad for federal budget

'In contrast with the critics of postal reform who have charged that the proposed postal reform legislation would increase the deficit by as much as $1 billion per year, this new analysis shows that not passing postal reform could result in a loss of tax revenues in the $2 billion to $3 billion range.'
Institute for Postal Studies of the Envelope Manufacturers Association's Foundation Comment

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