The Postal Service Reform Act would protect the Postal Service from future cuts and put it on more stable financial footing for years to come.
This bill is currently being considered in the Senate, but Sen. Pat Toomey just introduced an amendment to prohibit Postal Banking and end the money orders service USPS already provides.
Please call your senators right away: Urge them to defeat this harmful amendment and protect services, like money orders, that the Postal Service currently offers.
Call (202) 224-3121 to reach the Capitol Switchboard and ask to be connected to your senators’ offices. To reach both senators, you’ll need to call twice.
Here’s what you could say once you reach your senator’s office:
"My name is _____ and I live in CITY, STATE. I urge you to pass the Postal Service Reform Act and reject Sen. Toomey’s amendment to the bill.
This amendment could prohibit Postal Banking, a service that would help rural communities and bring in new revenue to the USPS. And it could end the money orders service that USPS currently provides.
Please protect the Postal Service from Sen. Toomey’s dangerous amendment and pass the full Postal Service Reform Act as soon as you can. Thank you for your time."