In response to the United States Postal Service’s staggering $6.5 billion end-of-year deficit, the American Consumer Institute issues a statement expressing concern over the USPS’s 17th consecutive year of fiscal losses. Despite receiving $120 billion in taxpayer funds since 2020, the Delivering for America plan by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy has failed to curb economic downturns. With total losses exceeding projections and price hikes on parcels, ACI calls for full financial disclosure and urges a reevaluation of USPS revitalization efforts. Isaac Schick, a policy analyst, emphasizes the need for responsible fiscal management—details in the complete statement below.

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