Facing deep budget deficits, the U.S. Postal Service is looking desperately for ways to save money. In our digital age, mail volume is steadily dropping, and so is the USPS's revenue. The government says mail delivery will never return to pre-recession levels.
Today, Postmaster General John Potter will announce some big changes to the USPS's business plan. They're considering raising stamp prices, laying off employees and slowing delivery time for letters, but the most dramatic option on the table is eliminating Saturday mail delivery.
Our question to you: Would you miss getting the mail on Saturday?