Future Of The Postal Service Amid COVID-19
This episode originally aired on May 13, 2020.
Postal workers continue to handle and deliver more than 150 million pieces of first-class mail a day while the coronavirus lurks and financial and political pressures on the agency mount.
President Trump wants to privatize the postal service while Congress grapples with the best way to provide relief.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, the future of United State Postal Service in the age of COVID-19, financial woes and political pressure.
- Reid Epstein, political reporter, The New York Times
- Richard John, author and history professor, Columbia University
- Mark Dimondstein, president, American Postal Workers Union
- Jim Sauber, chief of staff, National Association of Letter Carriers
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