Dejoy to wait until after election to make USPS changes
Joy is backing down. Saying he will suspend his widely criticized cost cutting measures, including removing mailboxes and hundreds of mail processing machines until after the election in a statement today, he claims he wants to avoid even the appearance of any impact on election mail. Some Democrats want D joy removed from his job. Supporters of the Post office held a national day of action to protect the service from political dismantling. WCBS is Peter Haskell. Reports from Union Square to slow down might be over. But Manhattan Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney is still troubled, not what's happened. Many huge changes. They're slowing down the delivery of male have no place in the middle of a pandemic. Maloney believes President Trump one of the problems to stymie Democratic voters. It's one of the most undemocratic things I've ever heard of. You are opposed to people who have to vote by mail being ableto but by mail disenfranchising them shall cheer a helps committee hearing with the postmaster general on Monday.