In 1906, national airlines were granted six national holidays. Christmas was not one of them and did not become a public holiday for rural organizations until 1923. In 1924, a special association committee visited Washington, D.C., to advocate for equipment maintenance assistance (EMA). The following year, it became law. In 1928, the NRLCA introduced term limits for its officers, and in 1932 the term limits were lifted. In 1941, the rationing of tires and gasoline during the Second World War concerned rural organisms. NRLCA President Walker has obtained some exceptions to rationing for rural companies. In 1946, the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) expressed interest in the inclusion of RFD in its union. In 1947, the NRLCA refused. On January 17, 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed Executive Order 10988 creating cooperation within the federal service.  Rural organizations chose the NRLCA as an agent and on July 12, the NRLCA was the first postal union to sign an exclusive national contract with the Post Office. To qualify, unions had to prove that they did not end up discriminated against on the basis of race.
Thus, the provision that only white delegates are eligible for seats in the national convention has been implicitly repealed from Article 3 of the RNR Constitution without the adoption of a resolution or statute.  The separate payment of the genre was also abolished by a judgment of Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy. It is an understatement to say that this year has posed unprecedented challenges for rural organizations, both as individuals and as crafts. It`s hard to imagine a more perfect storm. Despite the chaos and difficulties, I am optimistic about the ability of our profession to meet and meet these challenges. Every year, on Mother`s Day weekend, when they deliver their mail, mailmen in the countryside and in the city collect donations of non-perishable food left by mailboxes on their way from mail customers participating in the NALC Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. The purpose of this association is to improve the methods of rural factors, to serve their working conditions with the United States Postal Service (USPS) and to promote a fraternal spirit among its members.
The NRLCA negotiates all employment contracts of rural organizations with the post office, including salaries. Rural airlines are considered bargaining units within the USPS. This means that there is a contract between the Post Office and the NRLCA. Only the NRLCA can represent members of rural crafts in the appeal process, including protection in the event of disciplinary action.  In 2010, the NRLCA became a full partner for the annual trip (although the NRLCA has participated in the trip since the beginning), and the factors raised a record 77.1 million pounds of non-perishable food for the needy of postal customers.