What the new USPS bill means for the next stimulus bill

USPS collection boxes near Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Erin Scott/Bloomberg/Getty Images

This story is part of Elections 2020, CNET’s coverage of the run-up to voting in November.

On Saturday, the US House of Representatives passed legislation that bans recent changes to the US Postal Service that could affect up to 80 million people’s ability to vote by mail during the November presidential election amid the coronavirus pandemic. The bill also provides $25 billion in additional funding for the USPS. Though the House came back from its August recess early for the vote, it did not vote on another coronavirus relief package, so we still don’t know when one will come, or when you might get your second stimulus check.

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