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House passes $25B in 'emergency' Postal Service funding, White House threatens veto
Legislation would reverse service changes, ban mail delays before 2020 election
Washington, August 23, 2020
The House of Representatives on Saturday passed a $25 billion funding infusion to the U.S. Postal Service in a bill that also would reverse new cost-cutting measures and ban any efforts to slow down the mail until at least next year.
The vote was 257-150 with 26 Republicans joining the Democrats.