USPS chief says he won’t restore mail-sorting machines ahead of election

During his first appearance before Congress, the US postmaster general, Louis DeJoy, said he would not bring back mail-sorting machines and mailboxes that have been pulled from service in recent weeks, saying they were routine responses to changes in mail volume due to the coronavirus pandemic. Democratic senator Maggie Hassan said the decision was ‘sabotaging’ efforts by USPS to sort mail efficiently
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