Postal Service Could Eliminate 1-Day Delivery

U.S. Postal Service will slow rate of first-class mail delivery in 2012.
0:25 | 12/05/11

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-- Postal Service is talking about making big changes to mail delivery about half of the 500 mail processing centers could close as soon as next march. First class mail which are supposed to be delivered within one to three days would now have a delivery target of two to three days. This -- -- not everything from check payments to mail order delivers. The Postal Service already has announced a one cent increase in first class mail to 45 cents come January.

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