The U.S. Postal Service Wants in on the Alcohol Delivery Business
The United States Postal Service is looking for ways to expand its revenues, after losing 16 billion dollars last year alone.
It wants to deliver alcohol, to compete with UPS and FedEx, but there is a problem.
In order for the USPS to deliver beer, wine and liquor, Congress would have to overturn a 100 year old temperance era law prohibiting the agency from shipping alcohol.
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