Postal workers rally, march to Obama's home
February 18, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Postal workers rallied and marched to the president's Kenwood neighborhood home Monday.
They are protesting the recent announcement of the elimination of Saturday postal service delivery. The move is supposed to save $2 billion a year, but the vice president of the letter carriers union behind Monday's rally disagrees with that assessment. He wants President Obama to stand with postal workers to save their jobs.
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