Last week, American Consumer Institute CEO and President Steve Pociask published an op-ed in Real Clear Policy, highlighting the new reforms that Postmaster General Louis DeJoy has brought to the Postal Service. In less than four months, DeJoy has been able to implement meaningful reform, despite being delayed due to over-politicization and misinformation.

Specifically, Pociask points out the efforts of the PMG to lay the foundation for addressing the progression of package and competitive parcel handlings that has long plagued the agency, its consumers, and American taxpayers. 

“…The onslaught of parcels not only hinders the Postal Service’s fiscal imbalance but also inhibits regular mail distribution. At a time when traditional letter delivery has come under such scrutiny in the political world, there is obvious harm to consumers when status quo Postal Service policies entail clear-cut deprioritizing of letters to make way for packages.

You can read the full op-ed here.