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of post increased after 1583 when the Polish King Stefan Batory enforced standardised mail charges, thus providing universal access to mail.
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its charter still requires the agency to provide "universal access" to mail. delivery, something no business would be saddled with.
In the 2004 election, states permitting universal access to mail-in ballots saw a 6.7% increase in voter turnout, which was consistent for both