(Adds American Airlines, Delta, GAO comments) WASHINGTON, June 22 (Reuters) - The main sponsor of a bill to tighten rules governing U.S. corporate pensions said on Wednesday he did not want any special airline aid added to the measure as it progresses in the House of Representatives. Republican Rep. John Boehner of Ohio said he intended to keep the pension bill free of specific relief for any particular industry, although he did not rule out such action in the Senate or later in the ...
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