By Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON, July 27 (Reuters) - U.S. House Republican leaders said on Thursday they still plan to strip popular tax breaks from a huge bill to shore up the pension system, despite protests from some senators who said it endangered fragile support for legislation. "I don't think they (the tax breaks) were ever in the pension bill," House Speaker Dennis Hastert, an Illinois Republican, told reporters in a Capitol Hill hallway. Hastert said he was aware senators in both ...
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