U.S. Postal Service board of governors could shrink to one member by December
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., the only 2016 presidential candidate to address postal issues in his campaign, has been acting without public attention on another important postal issue.
The Vermont senator single handedly has forced the United States Postal Service board of governors out of business, two individuals familiar with the issue have told Linn’s.
By placing holds on President Barack Obama’s appointments to the board during the past two years, Sanders has allowed the board to shrink to what will be a single presidential appointee as of Dec. 9.