June 26, 2017
GCA asks industry to ‘sign to help stabilize USPS’

The Greeting Card Association (GCA) is asking the stationery industry to “tell Congress to pass legislation to stabilize USPS finances without reducing service or crippling rate increases.”

The GCA issued the following statement: “The health of the U.S. Postal Service is important to the health of the greeting card and social expression industry. This bill would reduce overall federal spending by $6 billion over 10 years.

An improved bill (H.R. 756) to stabilize Postal Service finances, has Committee approval and is awaiting a vote by the full House of Representatives.”

The GCA supports this legislation and is asking companies in the stationery industry to add their company’s name to a petition by Tuesday, June 27, to show support for H.R. 756, the Postal Service Reform Act of 2017.

Add your company name here:

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