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Congress (both the House and the Senate)

Source- 9th grade Georgia civics book.

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According to Article I, section 8 of the US Constitution, "[The Congress shall have power] To establish Post Offices and Post Roads.

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In the US, Congress has the constitutional power "to establish Post Offices and Post Roads."

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