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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

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.