Residents rally to save the post office; Indivisible chapters from Monroe and Cranbury rally at Hightstown Post Office


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Residents rally to save the United States Post Office on Aug. 22 at the Hightstown Post Office. An estimated 60 people, toting a variety of signs, came out in support of the USPS at the event, co-sponsored by Indivisible Cranbury and Indivisible of Monroe Township. The event was held in conjunction with Indivisible’s nationwide mobilization to protest policies hampering USPS operations.

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