The U-S Senate approved the 107 billion dollar Postal Service Reform Act Tuesday. U-S-P-S leaders say the financial overhaul will provide needed relief for the agency, allowing it to modernize and invest in efficient service. The Senate vote was 79-to-19, with Wisconsin Republican Ron Johnson among the no votes. Janesville Republican Brian Steil was the lone no vote from Wisconsin when the bill passed the House in February, 342-to-92. President Joe Biden has signaled his intent to sign the legislation.