March 24, 2013

Photo: Taking a stand on postal deliveries

Shawn Patrick Ouellette/ Staff Photographer

Bob Bruyere of Lebanon, left, and Scott Murray of Portland join a protest Sunday outside the U.S. Post Office on Forest Avenue in Portland by those who oppose eliminating Saturday mail delivery. Similar rallies took place across the country Sunday, sparked by the Postal Service's plan to deliver mail five days a week instead of six to save $2 billion a year. Lawmakers in Washington have begun debating the change.


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