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  • VERA before any Bills will be passed
    jethro
    From the National Association of Letter Carriers: NALC: Breaking: Senate will take up S. 1789 after Easter recess: Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-CT) announced Monday evening that the Senate would not be taking up consideration of S. 1789, the 21st Century Postal Reform Act, until sometime in mid-April after Congress’ Easter recess. Lieberman is chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee and one of the co-sponsors of S. 1789, along with Sens. Tom Carper (D-MA), Susan Collins (R-ME) and Scott Brown (R-MA). “Thank you to the more than 50,000 NALC members who took part in Sunday’s national teleconferences,” NALC President Fredric Rolando said, “and thank you to the thousands of letter carriers and allies who, over the past two days, flooded Senate offices with calls to voice our Support to this bill. It’s this unparalleled level of commitment that will help us win the fight to preserve the Postal Service for decades to come. We hope that senators will now use this extra time to carefully analyze the Service’s financial problems, so that when the Senate resumes its business after the break, it will be prepared to work on realistic Early Retirement Incentives for all craft employees , to add to the 25k and/ or years, currently offered” Click here to find out how you can still contact your senators and urge them to support the bill in its current form. via NALC | The National Association of Letter Carriers, AFL-CIO ' Call Your Senators: 202-224-3121 (Capitol Switchboard) [Click here for direct #s] Tell them you Support  S. 1789
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