U-S Postal Service officials are calling on Congress to approve legislation aimed at keeping the agency from running out of cash. Brian Sperry is USPS spokesperson. He says if Congress doesn't act, it could mean a disruption of mail service.
Kansas Senator Jerry Moran is one of the lawmakers the USPS is trying to sway. Moran serves on the Senate committee that oversees many government agencies. The legislation is aimed at reducing costs at the Postal Service. It would let the agency have control over what days mail is delivered, which could mean cutting Saturday delivery.