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For rural Texans, the Postal Service is a lifeline, but some say it's been in decay for years

Business owners, farmers and local politicians said that they are more concerned with long-term problems than with the recent controversy surrounding the United States Postal Service.

Executive Director Denice Harlan at the Giddings Chamber of Commerce on Sept. 22, 2020. Harlan is one of many Texans across the state grappling with the postal service's shortcomings in recent months.
Exterior of the Giddings Post Office on Sept. 22, 2020.

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