(Repeating to send to additional destinations) WASHINGTON, May 18 (Reuters) - Legislation to reform the traditional U.S. system of corporate pensions may not be finished before Congress recesses at the end of next week, one of the lawmakers working on the project said on Thursday. While "good progress" has been made on the legislation, according to Rep. Howard McKeon, he said he doubted it could be completed and passed before Congress breaks for a week in honor of Memorial Day on Monday ...
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