This bill — known as the POTUS Act — would require each office of the U.S. Postal Service to display the official portraits of the president and vice president side-by-side with the president on the left. The portraits would be required to be equal in size and displayed at the same height.
Currently, there is a Postal Service regulation prohibiting photos of the president and vice president from hanging in post offices. This bill was introduced in response to a complaint from a constituent of the sponsor, who noted their local post office displayed portraits of former President Obama and Vice President Biden but began enforcing the rule after President Trump’s inauguration.The bill's full title is the Postal Operations To be Unbiased and Sensible (POTUS) Act of 2018.