Government shutdown: Will I still get my mail?

Hundreds of thousands of federal employees could be barred from working if Congress can’t agree to a budget plan and avoid a shutdown.

But the country’s more than 500,000 postal service workers won’t be among them.

Mail service will continue uninterrupted, even during a government shutdown.

That's because the U.S. Postal Service is not funded by taxpayer dollars for everyday operations.


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