Advertising News & Analysis - April 26, 2012


In this issue:

- FDA FVM’s Four-Year Strategic Plan Takes Aim at Food Labeling, Dietary Supplements

- Senate OKs USPS Changes

- Ohio AG Announces Charitable Solicitation Settlement With InfoCision

- Flash Mobs Can Generate Buzz, Legal Issues

- FDA Releases Global Engagement Plan

- Events

An excerpt from "Senate OKs USPS Changes"

On April 25, the U.S. Senate approved a bill that moves Congress one step closer to overhauling the struggling U.S. Postal Service (USPS). The bipartisan measure passed 62 to 37.

The measure would give the USPS almost $11 billion to pay off its debts and offer buyouts or early retirement to a large number of staff. The bill modifies mail service standards to allow slower delivery in some cases and permits the USPS to end Saturday mail deliveries in two years, if financially necessary.

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