State attorneys general are pushing forward with legal challenges to the Trump administration’s changes to U.S. Postal Service operations ahead of the November election, even as the postmaster general says he will back off the reforms.

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy said Tuesday afternoon that he would hit pause on the operational changes to the postal service, after mass public backlash and increased congressional scrutiny.

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