* U.S. Judge denies request for another official committee * Objecting bondholders to continue fight -- lawyer By Emily Chasan NEW YORK, June 23 (Reuters) - A U.S. bankruptcy judge has denied a request from a small group of General Motors Corp bondholders to become an "official committee" in the bankruptcy case. The group, which calls itself the "Unofficial Committee of Family & Dissident GM Bondholders" and says it represents the interests of some 2,000 individual GM bondholders ...
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