A good point: “The truth is that we have competed very well. With the 0-1 the field becomes very large. With the second part we have believed it and although they have put us 2 to 1 very fast we have made offensive changes and we have deserved the draw “. Great substitutions: “In Valencia we got a cross with the changes and now it was expensive. It seems that football owes us one after some hardships.”Hobby: “Almost from the hotel there were people cheering. Thank them and we have another final on Saturday.”Protests: “I claimed a bit of everything. I was losing a bit of a claw, I have four cards and I did not want to hook Carvajal. I saw the entrance and Bale has no option to play the ball, entrance from behind … Against Granada they expelled us to two players for less than this. Pitar Santiago Bernabéu is sometimes difficult. “Other assistance: “Well one more. Fedov has a lot of goal and has come to help us these six months. Now to celebrate and see if more arrive”
Post Office Seeks To Revamp Health Plan And Retiree Funding The postmaster general asks for congressional permission for the post office to run its own health plan for employees and retirees and modify the mandate that the agency pay $5.5 billion annually to fund future health benefits.The New York Times: Debt Mounting, Postal Service Asks To Alter Business ModelDuring a hearing before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, Patrick R. Donahoe, the postmaster general, asked Congress to give the Postal Service permission to run its own health plan for employees and retirees, modify a Congressional mandate that requires the agency to pay $5.5 billion a year into its fund for future employee health benefits, and end Saturday mail delivery. Mr. Donahoe said the changes would allow the agency to save $20 billion by 2016 (Nixon, 2/13).The Wall Street Journal: Senator To Press For Overhaul Of U.S. Postal OperationsThe Postal Service recorded a nearly $16 billion loss during its last fiscal year. Mr. Donahoe said losses near that level are likely to continue, as mail volumes continue to decline and as Congress restricts the ability to take cost-saving actions such as placing postal workers on a private health care plan (Morath, 2/13). This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription.