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Postal banking could provide free accounts to 21 million Americans who don't have access to a credit union or community bank

By Terri Friedline, Associate Professor of Social Work, University of Michigan
Ameya Pawar, Adjunct Lecturer at the Crown School of Social Work, Policy and Practice, University of Chicago
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About a quarter of census tracts with a post office lack a credit union or community bank, making the US Postal Service an efficient way to help more Americans get low-cost bank accounts.

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