ACMA endorses Postal Service Reform Act

ACMA endorses Postal Service Reform Act

The American Catalog Mailers Association (ACMA) has announced that it “wholeheartedly endorses” the Postal Service Reform Act – the bill for which was introduced by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on Tuesday (31 January). The ACMA describes the bill as “a critical milestone toward resolving the health of our nation’s Postal Service, which drives some 7.5 million jobs and $1.4 trillion in commerce”.

“We are delighted with the progress to resolve an enormous problem that only Congress can solve, and the House seems intent on doing just that,” said Bob Runke, ACMA’s Vice Chairman and CEO of Barco Products. “We commend Chairman Chaffetz, Ranking Member Cummings and the bipartisan co-sponsors for all their hard work in the past session and their leadership in the new Congress.”

“Passage of this bill is vital for the future survival of our Postal Service,” added the ACMA’s President & Executive Director Hamilton Davison. “Absent Congressional action, users of the mail will face increasing uncertainty that will drive business out of the mail and effectively force unprecedented taxpayer support to keep the USPS afloat – and nobody wants that.”

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