Registered sex offenders who work for the U.S. Postal Service are facing a Monday deadline to fess up.
The postal service says workers with past convictions must notify their human resources manager or lose their jobs. The postal service is the first federal agency to take this step. It will also start checking all employees against sex offender registries.
This comes after officials found three Texas postal workers had past convictions, including a mail carrier.
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