The Postal Service will end Saturday delivery for first class mail this summer, Postmaster General Patrick Donahue said Wednesday. / Doug Benz for USA TODAY
Americans say they love to receive mail, but are less and less apt to send it.
In response to this, the U.S. Postal Service has decided to end Saturday mail service, which could save $2 billion annually.
Although the institution will continue to deliver packages six days a week, the cut to weekend mail delivery has stirred up conversations on social media.
Here are a sampling of the responses on Twitter. Join the conversation by including the #DailyChat hashtag in your tweet. Click here to join the conversation on Facebook.
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