April 7, 2022
D.C. News
  • President Biden signed into law a sweeping U.S. Postal Service (USPS) reform bill that will overhaul the agency’s finances and allow it to modernize its service. The new law will require retired postal employees to enroll in Medicare when eligible and repeals a previous mandate that forced it to cover health care costs up front and years in advance. According to the House Oversight Committee, those two measures would save the USPS nearly $50 billion over the next decade. (Articles here, here, and here)