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What Happens To Mailed Citations If the U.S. Postal Service Goes Bust?

A lot of bad things, actually

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The U.S. Postal Service informed Congress last week that it could run out of cash by September, without federal help, meaning that Americans who expect to receive their bills in the mail would need to transition receipt by email. [Originally written in April 2020. Updated in March 2021]




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