Obama's Debt Reduction Plan Would End Saturday Mail Delivery

Obama's Debt Reduction Plan Would End Saturday Mail Delivery

September 19, 2011 Updated Sep 19, 2011 at 5:49 PM EST

Saturdays could become mail-free if President Barack Obama's proposed debt reduction plan is approved, according to a USA Today story.

According to the report, that's one of the changes included in the plan proposed by the President on Monday that would allow the U.S. Postal Service to avoid default by the end of the month. The financially troubles postal service has also proposed cutting Saturday delivery as a cost-saving measure.

Read the USA Today story HERE.

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