The U.S. Postal Service is pushing for Saturday mail delivery to stop by Memorial Day in order to save billions of dollars a year.
Congress first has to approve the legislation. Postal
Service officials said going to five delivery days a week would save the Postal Service $2.7 billion a year.
Legislation to end Saturday paper mail, combined with changes to how the agency makes pension payments, would make the Postal Service profitable.
That hasn't happened since 2007.
US Postal Service pushes for no Saturday mail delivery
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