Jan 222013
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On the morning of December 17, half a dozen United States postal workers set up an “emergency encampment” and began a week-long hunger strike to fight for the future of the U.S. Postal Service and its employees. The protest demanded an end to Congress’ proposed office closures and budget cuts, including the removal of six-day mail delivery that would gut nearly 25,000 jobs…

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