Biden signs into law Postal Service reform bill

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President Biden on Wednesday signed into law a Postal Service reform bill that ensures mail delivery will still happen six times a week and puts the USPS on a more "sustainable and stable financial footing."

"Today, we enshrined into law our recognition that the Postal Service is fundamental to our economy, to our democracy, to our health, and the very sense of who we are as a nation," Biden said during a bill signing ceremony at the White House.

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