(New story with House Republicans boycotting meeting) By Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON, July 27 (Reuters) - Legislation to overhaul the U.S. private pension system suffered another setback on Thursday as key House Republican lawmakers boycotted a negotiating meeting in a fight over whether to keep some $35 billion in tax breaks in the bill. A furious Sen. Charles Grassley, Republican of Iowa, denounced the no-shows from the House as "scaredy-cats." But the chairman of the House of ...
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