It depends; it's correct if that is what you mean. If you take one out, you will change the meaning. 'On June 8' means not before and 'before June 8' would have the 7th as the last posting date. If you said 'by June 8' that would do the job with one preposition. I can't see why 'on or before' can't be used in a legal document.
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