Postal Workers Local President in NYC Sentenced for Theft

By Carl Horowitz, National Legal and Policy Center

On November 14, Neil Cardoso, former president of American Postal Workers Union Local 1241, was sentenced in the New York State Court for New York County to one to three years in prison for theft from the Long Island City (Queens), N.Y. union.

Postal Reform Bill Riles Unions, Reduces To-the-Door Delivery

By Kenneth Corbin, ecommercebytes.com

A new proposal in the House of Representatives to rejuvenate the U.S. Postal Service would authorize the cash-strapped agency to phase out Saturday delivery of regular mail, move away from delivery to doors toward clustered mailboxes and undertake major cost-cutting reforms.