Rally held in Roselle Park over possible USPS cuts

If the U.S. Postal Service goes ahead with its plans to close some of its sorting facilities and post offices, it could cost thousands of New Jerseyans their jobs.

Tonight in Roselle Park, people rallied against the potential closure of the town's post office.

The USPS says it needs to cut $20 billion by the year 2015. In New Jersey, that translates to closing six processing centers and 50 post offices.

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