SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) – Letter carriers across the US were pounding the pavement in protest of a Senate bill, they feel will “dismantle” the postal service.
On a typical Thursday afternoon, Lorraine Quinn is going door-to-door, delivering mail to the about 650 homes on her route.
This Thursday though, Quinn and members of her labor union, the National Association of Letter Carriers, were in front of Sioux City’s Federal Building, fighting US Senate Bill 1789.
“I was making sure I was off on time, so I wouldn’t miss this. I think it’s pretty important,” she said.