USPS sued over slow priority mail

The U.S. Postal Service falsely advertises its Priority Mail service as faster than less expensive first-class mail for some deliveries, a lawsuit says. Consumers Daniel Foote and John Foote, who sued in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, claim the Postal Service doesn’t provide any kind of “meaningful expedited delivery” of Priority Mail weighing less than 13 ounces for distances less than 300 miles away. The suit seeks a court order barring the Postal Service from advertising priority treatment as long as the results are similar to first-class mail.

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