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WELCOME TO THE NPMHU LEGISLATIVE WEB PAGE

We are pleased to provide you with the most up-to-date information available on the US Congress, including details on important legislative initiatives that are critical to Mail Handlers, and to help facilitate contact with members of Congress. We hope that you will join us, and take an active role in the Legislative process. The link below will lead you to a section of the NPMHU web site, you will find an important array of tools at your disposal so that you can easily take an active, grass-roots approach to the legislative process.

In addition to NPMHU's legislative priorities, the union will often issue statements and letters to members of Congress, the United States Postal Service, and the White House. These statements and letters support NPMHU's direct priorities as well as other issues impact...

Below is a list of bills and resolutions NPMHU currently supports. The legislation listed strengthens the United States Postal Service; supports Mail Handlers and the rest of the postal workforce; and, promotes the labor movement.

H.R. 2382/ S. 2965 - USPS Fairness Act

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NPMHU fights to protect the legislative interests of all mail handlers and promote deeper involvement of its members in the legislative and political arenas. The legislative priorities of the 116th Congress include:

  • Promoting comprehensive postal reform, that protec...

After the Complaint was issued, and hearings were scheduled first for May 24 and then for June 26, 2018, the NLRB, the Postal Service, and the NPMHU entered into settlement discussions, the result of which will provide to the National Office of the NPMHU all of the inf...

In the Senate elections this November, the Republicans have a huge advantage this cycle. There are 33 seats up for re-election, 9 of which are held by incumbent Republicans, with the other 24 seats being held by incumbent Democrats and 2 Independents who vote with the...

“The plan itself is unsustainable,” said NPMHU President Paul Hogrogian after reading through the 128-page report.  “It starts by noting that public trust in the federal government has declined over the last decade, but then proposes to dismantle the most trusted compo...

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