That ends the Postal Service’s plans to end first-class mail delivery on Saturdays. The agency, which claims it lost $16 billion last year, said the move would save them $2 billion a year. One way the agency has been mitigating that damage is by raising stamp prices.
The Postal Service had requested that Congress remove a provision in legislation that has blocked it from reducing delivery service in the past. However, Congress passed the legislation with the provision, despite the request, Reuters reported.