Postal Workers Worry About Their Jobs

Dozens of protesters spent Monday holding up signs in front of the federal building on the corner of S. Virginia St. and Liberty St. They’re concerned about a task force put together by the current administration to investigate privatizing the mail service. The Postal Service enjoys wide popularity, with a 90 percent favorable rating, and the reform package delivered to the president Aug. 10th has not been released. Mickey Grizzle, President of the Nevada Association of Letter Carriers tells KOLO 8, that would be a disaster. Grizzle argues that not only will prices go up, the right to a public post office was written in to the US Constitution.