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Last updated on Monday, December 5, 2011
(INDIANAPOLIS)(WISH) - The U-S Postal Service is expected to propose changes to its first-class mail delivery.
Right now, the agency says most customers get first class letters one-to-three days after they're mailed.
They'll propose changing that to two-to-five days after they're mailed.
The proposed rules are not a surprise.
The postal service asked for public comment back in September on "eliminating the expectation of overnight service" for first class mail.
They'll make the proposal on today.
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