Seven Mysteries of the New Postal Rates
It sounds like a small price increase, but the new rates could have large implications for publishers, marketers, printers, and even paper mills.
Nearly three weeks after the U.S. Postal Service proposed hiking most postal rates, mailing experts and regulators can't figure out what the proposal means.
Agreeing with a coalition of mailers' groups that USPS's filing was incomplete for all but First-Class Mail, the Postal Regulatory Commission on Monday extended the discussion period on the proposed April 26 rate increases for "market-dominant" mail classes.