S. Rept. 112-143 - 21ST CENTURY POSTAL SERVICE ACT OF 2012.
Date Bill Question Vote result Position Party position; Dec. 28, 2012: H.R.5949: On the Amendment S.Amdt. 3439 to H.R. 5949 (FISA Amendments Act Reauthorization Act of 2012).
An Act to establish the Postal Services Commission and the Consumer Council for Postal Services; to provide for the licensing of certain postal services and for a universal postal service; to provide for the vesting of the property, rights and liabilities of the Post Office in a company nominated by the Secretary of State and for the subsequent dissolution of the Post Office; to make further.
Century Postal Service Act. We may count their vote on each of these amendments and others as a KEY VOTE when calculating the FreedomWorks Economic Freedom Scorecard for 2012. The Economic Freedom Scorecard is used to determine eligibility for the Jefferson Award, which recognizes members of Congress with voting records that support economic.
In particular, the Postal Services Act 2011 sets out Ofcom’s duty to secure the provision of the universal postal service. Under the Postal Services Act 2011 (“the Act”) Ofcom’s primary duty in relation to postal services is to carry out its functions in a way that it considers will secure the provision of a universal postal service.
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To be clear, we voted against the 21st Century Postal Service Act of 2012 because we believe that it does not adequately protect rural communities in West Virginia and other states from being targeted for disproportionate cuts in jobs and services, and does not do enough to require the Postal Service to rein in costs and increase revenue elsewhere.
NALC President Fredric Rolando criticized the Trump administration’s Office of Management and Budget (OMB) proposal to privatize the United States Postal Service, which was released today. “This report takes direct aim at numerous agencies including USPS under the guise of reforming and restructuring for the 21 st century,” President Rolando said.