The postal service has a discrimintory mental illness regulation.
Can the Federal gov't and the U.S. Postal Service have Deliberate Discriminatory Regulations Prohibiting - Contact with the Public regarding anyone with a history of mental illness from having contact with the public? ELM-806 Section 152.3
Is such in violation of EEOC rules law and regulations?
You've heard of "going postal"? Maybe they are trying to avoid the fallout of employees going on a rampage.
Keep in mind that government workers, even more-so than employees in the private sector, have an unfounded sense of entitlement to their jobs and what they consider acceptable working conditions.
Listen to all the State of California crybaby employees making the news regarding cuts in hours and even possible layoffs.
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