U.S. Postal Service Inspector General is Investigating Changes at Post Offices
CBS News has confirmed the investigation
The internal watchdog for the U.S. Postal Service has launched an investigation into recent changes made at post offices across the country by the new postmaster general, who is a Trump appointee, CBS News has confirmed.
Senator Elizabeth Warren led a group of Democrats last week in requesting that the Postal Service inspector general probe staffing and policy changes made under Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, such as eliminating most overtime.
"Recent changes have slowed mail delivery, threatening the well-being of millions of Americans who rely on the Postal Service for delivery of Social Security checks, prescriptions, and everyday mail of all kinds – and they appear to pose a potential threat to mail-in ballots and the 2020 general election," Warren's office said in a statement last week calling for the probe.
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