From the National Association of Letter Carriers:
A bipartisan majority in the House backs six-day mail delivery: The NALC has learned that 218 House members from both parties—a majority—have now signed on as co-sponsors of H.Res. 137, the measure introduced by Rep. Sam Graves (R-MO) that expresses the sense of the House that the USPS should take “all appropriate measures” to ensure continuation of six-day delivery. “Our members’ hard work continues to pay off,” NALC President Fredric Rolando said. “This level of support will shore up our defense against the attempts by Congressman Darrell Issa and others to ‘save’ the Postal Service by cutting service—a counterproductive proposal that would surely fail if implemented.” Click here to find out whether your representative is among this majority, and if he or she is not, click here to find out how you can ask your House member to become a co-sponsor of H. Res. 137.