USPS Backs Off Changes Following Public Outcry, 20-State Lawsuit

Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul talks about his decision to join the USPS lawsuit and what he’ll be watching between now and November.

Attorney General Kwame Raoul
Attorney General Kwame Raoul speak during a news conference in 2019. Noreen Nasir / Associated Press
Attorney General Kwame Raoul
Attorney General Kwame Raoul speak during a news conference in 2019. Noreen Nasir / Associated Press

USPS Backs Off Changes Following Public Outcry, 20-State Lawsuit

Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul talks about his decision to join the USPS lawsuit and what he’ll be watching between now and November.

Illinois on Tuesday joined a coalition of 20 states in a lawsuit against Postmaster General Louis DeJoy and President Donald Trump, challenging drastic operational changes at the U.S. Postal Service. Facing backlash, the postmaster general said USPS would suspend operational changes until after the presidential election.

Reset checks in with Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul about the lawsuit and what he’ll be watching between now and November.

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