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House Oversight Committee Chairwoman Maloney on passage of USPS bill

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Carolyn Maloney, Chairwoman of the House Oversight Committee, joins MSNBC's Alicia Menendez immediately following her vote on the passage of H.R. 8015. The bill, which will provide an additional $25 billion to the United States Postal Service, passed easily in the House. On Saturday, Maloney released a trove of documents that show how the extent of operational changes made within the Postal Service are much wider-reaching than Postmaster General Louis DeJoy has let on.