House of Representatives Returns to Vote on Post Office

Congress calls for the Postmaster General to testify.

The House of Representatives announced on Monday that it would be returning from a one month recess for an emergency vote on the future of the U.S. Post Office. The upcoming vote is expected to take place on Saturday. Some congressional members have expressed concerns that the Trump-appointed Postmaster General Louis DeJoy is actively trying to dismantle the USPS.

The president pushed back against critics saying, “I want to make the post office great again,” and “to have a post office that runs without losing billions and billions of dollars a year.″ Congress will hold hearings with Postmaster DeJoy this week to better understand what changes have been made, and how the actions would impact the November election.

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For God to lead Congress on how to direct the future of the Post Office.
  • For President Trump to be given wisdom on how to lead our nation.
  • That Postmaster DeJoy would be used by God to build a stronger USPS.

Sources: AP, NPR, CNN


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