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DMA chief says postal reform resolution unlikely this congressional term

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Scottsdale, Ariz.—After meeting Wednesday morning with legislators in Washington, Direct Marketing Association President-CEO John A. Greco Jr. said he doesn’t expect postal reform legislation to pass this autumn.

"It’s unlikely," Greco said Tuesday evening at the DMA’s annual B-to-B Conference here.

Greco said neither the House nor Senate versions of the reform bill is perfect, and that it is more important at this point to pass something that will help meet all the reform objectives backed by the DMA, including controlling rate increases. "I’d rather do it right than rush something through," he said.

—Carol Krol

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