- Not enactedThe President has not signed this bill
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Committee on Oversight and ReformIntroducedMay 8th, 2018
- house Committees
The Postal Service rule against displaying portraits of the president and vice president in post offices is ridiculous, and anecdotal evidence it’s being selectively enforced is disturbing. People expect to see pictures of government leaders in public buildings, so all post offices should feature portraits of the president and vice president regardless of who is in office.
The Postal Service shouldn’t be required to display portraits of the president and vice president in every post office around the country. The regulation prohibiting such portraits needs to remain in place — but it mustn’t be selectively enforced based on the political leanings of local post office managers.