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Members of National Association of Letter Carriers rallied against privatization of the U.S. Postal Service in cities around the country including St. Louis on Monday.
Melody Walker | St. Louis Public Radio

Wearing bright blue T-shirts with the slogan “U.S. Mail — Not for Sale,” about 80 postal workers gathered Monday in downtown St. Louis.

They joined postal workers across the country rallying against a plan floated by the Trump administration to privatize the U.S. Postal Service.

(via Flickr/Tax Credits)

Tonight at midnight is the deadline to file taxes, and late filers in St. Louis beware: Unlike some years past, the main post office downtown will not stay open late or have employees at the street to collect returns.
 
Postal officials say customers can use the downtown post office at 1720 Market St. until 8 p.m. on Monday.
 
Though employees will not be on the street, customers can drop returns in large collection boxes along Market, or in collection boxes in the drive-thru lane in front of the main post office until midnight to ensure the April 15 cancellation.