A U.S. judge on Monday ordered the postal service to prioritize the vote by mail and immediately reverse the changes that were causing widespread delays in deliveries of items in several states across the country.
This federal decision was the most recent rejection of efforts by the company’s CEO, Louis DeJoy, to cut costs by implementing reforms that impacted the postal system and caused delays in the delivery of medicines, unemployment checks and other products. essential.
That judgment was issued on a lawsuit brought by the District Attorneys General of the District of Columbia and six North American states – California, North Carolina, Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania – that the Donald Administration accused Trump of harming the Post.
The allegations centered on criticism of the recall of high-speed postal delivery machines, the restriction on overtime and the mandate that trucks always leave on time, which resulted in delays because mail was left behind when it was not there. fully charged in the vehicle.