Colorado Springs, Colo. (AP) -- Postal service employees plan to
rally at Colorado Springs City Hall and other Colorado communities
next week to warn about the impact of proposed cuts.
The Communications Workers of America Union's Denver Chapter
says the rally on Tuesday is part of a national effort seeking
support for congressional action to shore up the struggling agency.
Union officials say cuts in service are not necessary and the
postal service isn't broke. They also said warnings of a possible
taxpayer bailout are unfounded.