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HE SAID/HE SAID: The inspector general's postal banking plan was "a bit of a surprise to us" and is "not in our wheelhouse," Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe (right) says. However, the idea was discussed with Donahoe and his colleagues, who "found it interesting" and were "anxious to see what Congress thought," postal IG David Williams says.
David Williams, the U.S. Postal Service's inspector general, defends a proposal that has come under fire from many in the financial industry.
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