Newspapers face challenge with postal rate increase


A planned postal rate increase by the U.S. Postal Service to offset projected losses has stoked opposition from publishers and mailers, as well as members of Congress.

“We believe that the PRC, Postal Regulatory Commission, did not have the authority to approve a rate increase above the rate of inflation, which is what they did,” said Brett Wesner, National Newspaper Association chair and owner of 10 newspapers in western Oklahoma.

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