Postal Service Plan Would Save $20 Billion: White House

Postal Service plan would save $20 billion: White House

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration's plan to rescue the U.S. Postal Service would allow the agency to end Saturday mail delivery and sell non-postal products, according to documents released on Monday.

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