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US Postal Service to Stop Shipping Electronics to Troops Overseas
US Postal Service to Stop Shipping Electronics to Troops Overseas
In an announcement made earlier this month, the US Postal Service told customers that as of May 16, they will no longer ship electronics like iPads, Kindles, smartphones and other devices containing lithium batteries overseas. This means that people who want to ship electronics to troops serving abroad will have to pay a premium to go through private shipping services.
Post Office Closures Delayed
Post Office Closures Delayed
Decisions about possible US Post Office closings will be delayed until May of 2012. The Postal Service made the announcement Dec 14, saying that Congress would get time to address to agency's financial problems. US Senator from Montana Jon Tester reacted favorably to the announcement, saying that Congress needs to adjust a 2006 law that puts a financial burden on the USPS operations... Read Mo

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