LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Postal employees say not only is cutting a day of delivery a disservice to customers, it'll cost some 22,000 jobs.
In a USA today interview, the post office's top executive claims Congress' mandate to cut Saturday delivery would save an estimated 2 billion dollars annually.
But postal workers gathered on the capitol steps Sunday to speak out.
David Anderson with the State Association of Letter Carriers says the rally is part of many going on throughout the nation.
Although some among the crowd disagree on who will be cut, they're in agreement that cuts will come. Either way, they stand together this Sunday in hopes someone will hear.