Mail order medications, checks, legal documents, time-sensitive communications... There are lots of items for which a day's delay could be problematic. Business mail in particular. The sender can't always send something a day or two early to make a Friday delivery. It's not a good thing, and worse, it wouldn't have to be if Congress would only overturn the absurd 2006 law that has put the USPS in such a bind.
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