By Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON, March 27 (Reuters) - A third of the U.S. Senate wants to throw out legislative proposals that would force companies with poor credit ratings -- including two of the Big Three U.S. automakers -- to put more money into their pension plans for workers. The senators wrote to colleagues who are trying to merge House and Senate versions of pension legislation into one bill, asking that they toss out the credit rating provision and scale back language that cracks ...
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