The United States Postal Regulatory Commission is an independent regulatory agency created by the Postal Reorganization Act of 1970 to set the rates for different classes of mail by holding hearings on rates proposed by the United States Postal Service. It recommends rates to the Postal Service Board of Governors, which in turn may accept or reject the rates. Read more at Wikipedia→
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