Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: The U.S. Postal Service disregarded a federal judge's order Tuesday to sweep mail processing facilities serving 15 states, including Wisconsin.
The agency said late Tuesday it would instead stick to its own inspection schedule.
"Defendants have been working to comply with this Court's Order, which requires a 'sweep' of postal facilities within several specified districts, while recognizing the limitations caused by time and the Postal Service's pre-existing Postal Inspection processes," the Postal Service response read. "As of the time of this filing, that process remains ongoing."
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