USPS temporarily denies anti-gay hate newsletters discount

The US Postal Service yesterday issued a temporary hold on an anti-gay group's bulk newsletter, Colorado's KKTV reports.
USPS refused anti-gay group discount on bulk mail Wednesday. (Courtesy of Centralized Mail Delivery)

The US Postal Service yesterday issued a temporary hold on an anti-gay group’s bulk newsletter, Colorado’s KKTV reports.

Citing obscenity and “force-able resistance against the government,” the USPS refused to issue the Family Research Institute a reduced, bulk mail rate for its newsletter, the station stated.

The local branch sent the newsletter to the District of Columbia for inspection, where the initial ruling was overturned, providing a reduced rate for the group’s mailing.

For the original KKTV story, click here.

For a copy of the newsletter in question, click here.

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