Cost of stamps will go up a penny later this month, while the USPS is also rolling out a new stamp for international letters.
The cost of stamps is going up again later this month. Effective Jan. 27, stamps for first-class letters will go up a penny to 46 cents. Postcards also will see a one-cent increase, to 33 cents. In addition, the U.S. Postal Service is rolling out a new "Global Forever Stamp," which allows customers to mail letters internationally for one set price of $1.10. Meanwhile, new pricing for Priority Mail Flat Rate products include: The Waukesha post office is at 300 E. Broadway
Congressman tells Sussex residents he doesn't support negative campaigning, continues his support of repealing health care reform.
U.S. Rep. F. James Sensenbrenner, R-Menomonee Falls, said the dramatic shift in polarization in this country can be credited to negative attack ads and how effective they are in drawing voters to one candidate as opposed to another. Sensenbrenner said negative ads are very effective tools for candidates to draw voters to them in an election cycle and therefore have become more prominent in the past two decades, which has in turn led to more polarization of the country. “Just go back to the height of the recall elections and all you heard about was why Alberta Darling was awful and why Sandy Pasch was awful, but you never heard about what they had accomplished,” he said. “I think (negative ads) are disgusting. I don’t believe in negative …