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Postal Regulatory Commission rejected proposed rate hikes that would affect periodicals of nonprofit publications, and asked Postal Service to redraft.

"The Postal Regulatory Commission today rejected a rate increase proposal that had angered many nonprofits that publish printed magazines like Consumer Reports and Guideposts. The nonprofits complained of big spikes in the cost of mailing those publications the new postage rates had taken effect next month as planned. The commission sent the proposal back to the Postal Service and ordered changes." -- Holly Hall, the Chronicle of Philanthropy

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