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US Election – Postal service bill passed despite opposition from Republicans

Congress Votes to Block U.S.P.S. Changes


USA NEWS – According to information received by World News Superfast, the Postal Service Bill passed in the Representative in the House of the lower house of the US Parliament on Saturday.

In this, it has been proposed to provide $ 25 billion (about Rs 1.87 lakh crore) funding to the Postal Department for quick delivery of mail in ballot to the people. Republican party MPs opposed it.

Despite this, 257 of the 435 members of the House supported it and passed by a majority. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said it was necessary to bring the bill because President Donald Trump is trying to impede the election of mail in ballot.

They are trying to do this together with Post Master General Lewis Dijoy, Mail in Ballot related to the presidential election did not reach the people in time.

Voting on this bill will now be held in the Senate

According to information received by the World News Superfast, the bill will now have voting in the Senate i.e. the upper house of the US Parliament. Republican lawmakers are in the majority here. If it is passed in the Senate, it will be sent to President Trump for approval.

At the same time, Trump has said that the speaker will not approve the legislation brought by Pelosi. The White House has also said that Trump could be asked to use his veto power on the bill.

According to the US constitution, no bill can be approved without a president signing it.

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