Would you agree with The U.S. Postal Service that there is no "constitutional right" to timely mail delivery ?
"USPS admits delivery times are plummeting"
- Anonymous4 weeks agoFavorite Answer
No. It’s a felony to tamper with people’s mail. Post office employees don’t have immunity from that law. If they chuck someone’s mail into a corner and knowingly let it rot, that’s felony tampering.
- TaylorLv 44 weeks ago
That's why i mailed my ballot weeks ago, they accepted it
- samLv 74 weeks ago
Trump plan to cheat
- ahandle101Lv 74 weeks ago
While I'm no constitutional scholar, I don't remember reading anything about mail delivery in the Constitution.
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- xg6Lv 74 weeks ago
Every organization in the world strives to do the best job that they can. Trump's hand picked lackey is trying to destroy the US Post Office
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
I can neither agree nor disagree because the USPS has never made that assertion. That said, there's obviously no Constitutional right because the first mail delivery services in the US didn't come about until the mid-1800s, 70 years after the Constitution was written, and were not even part of the US government, the USPS itself not being founded until 1971.
- UndisclosedLv 64 weeks ago
I think there was a postal service fiasco about mail being delayed due to some "cutbacks". Maybe it's that.