(Recasts throughout after meeting on transition issues) WASHINGTON, May 25 (Reuters) - A tentative plan for changing the way a $140 billion asbestos compensation fund would operate in its early months was agreed to by several senators on Wednesday, one of the participants said. Sen. Jon Kyl said the aim was to put the changes in writing and win approval from others on the Senate Judiciary Committee. The bill's sponsors hope to send legislation creating the fund to the full Senate on ...
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