Bypass Rate To Be Lower Than Expected

Rural Alaskans will see an increase in the cost of the U.S. Postal Service bypass mail, but it won’t be as bad as expected. Prices will go up in May about 12 to 17 percent. That’s not as high as the 50 percent increases shippers and consumers feared, and the Postal Service had initially planned.

Libby Casey, APRN – Washington D.C.

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