(Recasts with Enzi's comments) By Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON, July 26 (Reuters) - Agreement on a mammoth bill to strengthen the U.S. pension system was delayed on Wednesday as some lawmakers rebelled against Republican leadership plans to take popular tax breaks out of the legislation, the lawmakers and their aides said. By late on Wednesday, House and Senate negotiators had reached consensus on most outstanding issues in the pension bill, although they were waiting to see the language ...
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