Thursday, May 26, 2005 | News | Article-USPS Assures Mailers On Classification Changes News Article: "The June 1 implementation of the new mail eligibility rule interpretation initially was controversial among non-profits that feared they would be forced to pay higher First Class rates for many common types of non-profit mail unrelated to fundraising. Under a compromise issued by the USPS in a customer service ruling on May 18, the postal service indicated that personal information used in mail that related to any kind of solicitation qualified for the Standard rate.
These included non-monetary requests for volunteers or even prayers in addition to traditional sales and fundraising solicitations. "

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