Stamps raised to .63 … after $107B bailout last year

By Taxpayers Association of Oregon

Congress passed the Postal Service Reform Act of 2022 which gave the floundering U.S. Postal Service a whopping $107 billion dollar bailout.

A few months later, the post office raised the price of stamps to 63 cents which went into effect this week.

Unions block any reforms, so the post office continues to lose tens of billions of dollars.

They continue to lose money, despite parcel shipments showing six years of growth by one measure.

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