Democratic state attorneys general across the country are reportedly in the process of filing lawsuits against the Postmaster General of the United States Postal Service (USPS) and the federal government in response to changes to postal operations that challengers argue could undermine mail-in voting during the November general election. In light of the backlash that has resulted, the USPS has reversed course on operational changes including removing mailboxes, reducing hours, and eliminating overtime.
Postal Service backs down on changes as at least 20 states sue over potential mail delays ahead of election, CNN, August 18, 2020
Complaint, Washington v. Trump et. al, filed August 16, 2020
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