Pamela Sparks, a longtime postal worker in Baltimore, has several relatives at the Postal Service and worries about their jobs. (Courtesy: Monica Lopossay for The New York Times)
Postal Workers protest in support of bill HR1351 which will allow USPS to discontinue funding of a policy they say is bankrupting the organization. (Courtesy: Save USPS)
(AURN) -- US Postal Workers will be walking congressional halls this week promoting their hunger strike. Ten letter carriers will be sporting yellow t-shirts and foregoing food as they try to force Congress to pass HR1351 that would allow the USPS to discontinue its policy to prefund retirement packages for its employees 75 years in advance.