The U.S. Postal Service has secured a major victory that will keep it afloat and address service delays that have plagued the agency in recent years. President Biden on Monday signed a sweeping bill into law that will overhaul the agency’s finances and allow it to modernize. But there are still questions about its future. Jacob Bogage, of the Washington Post, joins Geoff Bennet to discuss.
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