Letters to the Editor

Costly corporate rates

The U.S. Postal Service wouldn't need to be raising rates if it didn't continuously give special rates to corporations.

Have you ever looked at your mail? Corporations are paying anywhere from 29 to 32 cents for first-class mail when the rest of the population is paying 39 cents, which is now due to go up.

Think about the amount of mail that corporations mail out and think how much money the Postal Service is losing.

Peggy Lang

Clovis

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