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Promoting NAPS’ Legislative Agenda
The 2022 LTS will focus on promoting three unshakable NAPS priorities: Legislating a fair and equitable consultative and adverse action appeals process for all EAS-level postal employees, creating the statutory framework for a financially and operationally sound Postal Service and protecting the hard-earned retirement benefits of current and future NAPS retirees.
As the entire country and the U.S. Capitol emerge from the almost two-year-long coronavirus pandemic, NAPS is committed to equip LTS delegates with effective tools and essential information to be visible and articulate legislative advocates on behalf of all NAPS members. LTS delegates, whether first-timers or veterans, will benefit from engaging legislative seminars, hearing from key legislators and delivering our message to Capitol Hill on legislation that impacts NAPS members and the U.S. Postal Service.
Fundamental to our Washington mission is to become more comfortable with new ways to communicate with Congress and conduct meetings with our elected officials. Despite the proven importance of the Postal Service in delivering letters, periodicals, packages—and, yes, even democracy—NAPS LTS delegates still need to educate members of Congress about how the Postal Service continues to be an integral part of our nation’s essential infrastructure.
Delegates will be advising legislators of the importance of the Postal Service to the mailing public, mail recipients and American businesses. Legislation to enhance mail service benefits all America.
Finally, LTS delegates will advise legislators to reject any proposals to tamper with the earned benefits of NAPS members.