With the ubiquity of email, many of us haven’t sent a letter in some time. But in November, there will be incentive to break out the envelopes — the U.S. Postal Service is releasing a special Alzheimer’s disease semipostal stamp.

Semipostal stamps, which are sold at higher prices in order to raise money for a particular cause, are authorized by the Postal Service’s semipostal discretionary program. The stamps currently sell for 60 cents and are designated as first-class postage stamps…

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