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Cut rural post offices carefully

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The proposed service cutbacks being imposed in rural post offices over the next couple of years is a matter of survival for the U.S. Postal Service, which expects to lose $14 billion this year. And while people who live in small communities need, and deserve, mail service as much as those living in large ones, some sacrifices are obviously necessary if the Postal Service is to remain in business, and it makes the most sense ...

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