USPS workers hold rallies across the US to call for emergency relief funds

Postal workers in New York City and across the nation united on Tuesday to call on the government for assistance they say they are in dire need of.
Postal workers gathered on the steps of the main postal service building in Manhattan. They say they want the government to approve emergency relief as the United States Postal Service faces a financial crisis.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office reported that the agency is unable to fund their services through their revenue.
Postal workers say Americans will be significantly impacted if they don’t get help. They are asking all residents to call on their senators to step in.
Postal workers also say they want Postmaster General Louis DeJoy to be prevented from moving forward with the cutbacks he tried to implement before the election.
They say they are hoping more funding will let Americans continue getting their mail without any disruptions.