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National Postal Mail Handlers Union A Division of LIUNA (AFL-CIO)

Media Center / Mail Handler Update

December 2019


Legislative and Political Director Bob Losi recently concluded his 25th SAMLU presentation on October 1, 2019, by announcing his upcoming retirement. Brother Losi has served the National Postal Mail Handlers Union in a variety of positions at the Local and National level, including Treasurer, Vice President, and President of Local 301. In July 2007, Bob was appointed to the National staff in support of our Legislative Department. In March 2009, Bob was named Political Director of our National Union, and he served in that capacity until March 2011, when he was named both Legislative and Political Director, a position he has held since.

With Brother Losi’s retirement, President Hogrogian has announced that the new Legislative and Political Director of the NPMHU will be Katie Maddocks. We are very fortunate to have Katie join the NPMHU team, as she is an experienced legislative representative. Katie has been working in legislative and political affairs for ten years. Over the past decade, she fought for fair pay; defended benefits for current and retired employees; and, protected the Postal Service from privatization. She is excited to continue this work for the National Postal Main Handlers Union. She knows our issues and understands the challenges we face on Capitol Hill. Please join us is welcoming Katie to the NPMHU.

December Update (Text)

Legislative Update — S. 2965, the USPS Fairness Act Introduced (Text)

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